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    An Unsurprising Update on Homeless Response

    July 11, 2024
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    Stories of homeless response continue to dominate headlines in Colorado, and the Denver Gazette published a doozy the day before Fourth of July:

    "Denver officials celebrated the purchase of a 96-unit hotel last year with much hype, envisioning a homeless shelter that would offer an array of "supportive" services such as case management and therapy...The hotel cost taxpayers $9 million. Roughly 15 months later, not a single homeless person has moved into the building."

    Unfortunately for taxpayers, the true cost of Colorado's homeless response will likely never be fully known. It won't be audited. The combined local, state, and federal resources expended to, based on results, exacerbate the expansion of homelessness in Colorado guarantees plausible deniability on this issue.

    Accountability is required to restore sanity to Colorado, but accountability is nowhere in sight.


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