California voters pass measure pushed by governor to tackle homelessness crisis in razor-thin win

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ACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California voters have approved a measure that will impose strict requirements on counties to spend on housing and drug treatment programs to tackle the state’s homelessness crisis, in a tissue-thin win for Gov. Gavin Newsom, who personally campaigned for the measure’s passage.

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The state accounts for nearly a third of the homeless population in the United States; roughly 181,000 Californians are in need of housing.

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