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San Francisco Landlords Panicking About Small Businesses Not Working

San Francisco landlords are starting to panic about small businesses being out of work due to the coronavirus.

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San Francisco Opens Officially-sanctioned Homeless Camp Outside City Hall

The City of San Francisco opened its first officially-sanctioned homeless camp this week, located outside City Hall.

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Report: Half of California’s 15,000 Hotel Rooms for Homeless Are Empty

Half of the 15,000 hotel rooms leased under Operation Roomkey, California’s program to provide emergency housing to the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic, are empty.

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VIDEO: San Francisco Opens ‘Safe Sleeping Village’ for Homeless During Pandemic

The first temporary sanctioned tent encampment opened this week in San Francisco, California, to give the homeless somewhere to go during the health crisis.

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How More Conservative Cities Are Benefitting From California’s Demise

The roaring Trump economy, along with California’s political and cultural suicidal tendencies, will ensure the American West’s economic boom will continue for years to come.

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