LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles County leaders announced a lawsuit settlement agreement Monday that commits hundreds of millions of dollars to expand outreach and support services for homeless residents, marking the potential end of two years of litigation over the crisis of people living on the streets.
The agreement places LA County, operator of the local public health system, in direct partnership with the City of Los Angeles, which has pledged to house thousands of homeless residents as part of its settlement under the lawsuit concluded earlier this year.
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