Homelessness

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    We are only as good as our weakest link, which is our homelessness. We will generate revenue & income through economic growth & development from our businesses, nonprofits & nonprofit holistic wellness centers to serve, provide to needs in community, & treat illnesses to become sustainable. Raise fees on developers for affordability. Meanwhile, we'll make sure all people have access to housing.

    Tiniell Cato

    Mayor,
    Seattle, Washington

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    As a community, we should be working together to shelter the homeless. Any of us could find ourselves homeless due to a loss of employment or a major medical issue. I support the “Housing First” model and the WLIHA.org legislative agenda and plan to focus on supporting and funding programs like San Francisco’s Navigation Center.

    Morrel James Muller

    State Representative,
    Snohomish, Washington

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    The legislature has a duty to the residents of Washington State, regardless of socioeconomic status. If a resident ends up homeless, we need to find avenues to support that person during a hard time. Homelessness plagues our society and it is caused by many factors. To end chronic homelessness, we need to look to programs like Housing First in Salt Lake City, Utah which has reduced it by 92%.

    Aaron Moreau-Cook

    State Representative,
    Bothell, Washington

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