‘We Need A Federal Intervention’: California Resident Sounds Off On Homelessness Crisis

Daily Caller, Left: Stephanie Hamill Right: California resident Alexandra Datig Background Photo: A homeless encampment made of tents and tarps lines the Santa Ana riverbed near Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, January 25, 2018. People living along the riverbed recently learned they must pack their bags and move on, or risk arrest, but alternative housing options are limited. Urban development network CityNet says it has helped some 200 people get out of the street since July -- but the steady stream of new homeless people is relentless. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Veronique DUPONT, "Faced with camp evacuation, California homeless live in fear" (Photo credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

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California resident and conservative commentator Alexandra Datig is up in arms about the homelessness crisis in cities in her state, including where she resides in Los Angeles California.
Datig told the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill that she lives across the street from a homeless encampment which she claims is affecting her health.
This California resident isn’t the only one concerned about the homelessness crisis, others have taken to social media to slam lawmakers for looking the other way on this issue.