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$72 million slated for the homeless

December 25, 2007|Steve Hymon

The city is scheduled to receive $72 million from the federal government for homeless programs next year, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Monday.

The money from the Department of Housing and Urban Development is $13 million more than what Los Angeles received last year, when the federal government pulled some of the funding as the city's Housing Authority was being scrutinized for alleged mismanagement.

-- Steve Hymon

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