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  • Mayor-elect Darrell Steinberg says Sacramento could gain 'tens of millions' for homeless housing

    Mayor-elect Darrell Steinberg says new legislation he championed will bring millions to the other to build permanent homes for people living on the streets. That money could come as soon as next year.

Mayor-elect Darrell Steinberg says new legislation he championed will bring millions to the other to build permanent homes for people living on the streets. That money could come as soon as next year. Anita Chabria The Sacramento Bee
Mayor-elect Darrell Steinberg says new legislation he championed will bring millions to the other to build permanent homes for people living on the streets. That money could come as soon as next year. Anita Chabria The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento region stands to gain ‘tens of millions’ for homeless people

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