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Guess How Long It's Been Since Newsom Launched His '10-Year Plan' to End Homelessness in San Francisco
 
Spencer Brown
December 19, 2023 10:00 AM
   
 

"I don't want to over-promise, but I also don't want to under-deliver — I want to hit the ground running."

Those were the words of then San Francisco Mayor-Elect Gavin Newsom in 2003 in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle about his plan to "aggressively" go after his administration's top priority: homelessness. Specifically, it was Newsom's "10-year plan for ending chronic homelessness and going after 'tens of millions' of new dollars in federal funding," the Chronicle explained at the time.

Seeking to differentiate himself from others who tried to address homelessness in San Francisco, Newsom said he was "committed" to solving the problem, somehow better than merely having an "interest" in solving homelessness.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/spencerbrown/2023/12/19/newsoms-10-year-plan-to-end-sf-homelessness-turns-20-n2632566
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