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Trump pushing for crackdown on homeless camps in California

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
President Donald Trump has ordered White House officials to conduct a sweeping crackdown on homelessness in California, citing the state's growing crisis, according to four government officials aware of the effort.The planning has...

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