CA Loses Track of $24BMeant to Fight Homelessness

An audit revealed that California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration has lost track of $24 billion in taxpayer money meant to curb the state’s homelessness crisis.


The April 9 California State Auditor’s report detailed the “gaps” in accountability regarding how the money was used during the 2018-2023 fiscal years.

Grant Parks, the lead auditor, said the state “has not collected sufficient data” to prove that the billions of dollars improved the situation.

Breitbart reported:

Parks, who was appointed by Newsom in 2022, added in the report that the California Interagency Council on Homelessness (Cal ICH) has “not consistently tracked and evaluated the State’s efforts to prevent and end homelessness,” since 2021.

Beege Welborn

Newsom is the picture-perfect Dem presidential candidate, more so every day.

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