In the United States, Utah has become a model for ending homelessness. The state has effectively brought the homeless rate down to zero in only a few years. But perhaps just as surprising as the result, is their approach to the problem. Utah simply gave homes to those without them. Which brings up the question, should housing be provided by the government?
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Read more about ending homelessness:
The Atlantic: How to Cut the Poverty Rate in Half (It's Easy)
Washington Post: The surprisingly simple way Utah solved chronic homelessness and saved millions