Concerns mount over how San Jose is addressing homeless

The city of San Jose has until the Fall to come up with a plan on how it will address homelessness, and begin publicly reporting how its spending its money to do so. It comes after the California State Auditor published a report, finding that the state spent billions of dollars on homelessness, without tracking where the money was going. That same audit found that San Jose spent more than $300 million on homeless support services. Todd Langton, the executive director of Agape Silicon Valley and founder of the Coalition for the Unhoused of Silicon Valley, joined us on 'The Nine' to talk about the mounting issues.

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