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FEATURING YSABEL JURADO - The recent rainstorm, brought to California by a so-called “atmospheric river,” dumped record-breaking amounts of rainfall onto the Western state. In Los Angeles, which earned the grim title of homeless capital of the United States in 2023, city and county officials have been scrambling to ensure there are enough shelters. But, as the city that will be hosting the 2028 Olympics continues to struggle with a skyrocketing cost of living, are there good solutions to ensuring the unhoused are treated with dignity? And, if so, who is helping to implement them?

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