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Refusing to build public toilets doesn't make homeless people go away. It creates a public health crisis


Faced with an appalling shortage of public toilets in the Skid Row area, Los Angeles city officials promised in July to put up 10 more toilets by mid-September. Time’s up, but the toilets are not — at least not yet. City officials say they will unveil within a month a mobile “hygiene center” in…



Source: LA Times

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