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HOUSING AND NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Creates public corporation to disburse funds to counties, other political subdivisions of the state, and non-profit organizations pursuant to county-wide plans, to provide emergency and transitional services for hungry and homeless persons, and for low-income housing as specified. Funding to come from new fines for the violation of existing laws and regulations relating to housing and food preparation, and bonds secured by the revenue from these fines. Includes other provisions. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: The initiative's adoption would result in an unknown increase in infraction penalties for violations of various codes regulating building standards and food preparation. Most of these revenues would be used by the state to increase funding for programs that provide housing, food, and social services directed as alleviating hunger and homelessness.
Conway H. Collis Californians Working Together Against Hunger And Homelessness, 2210 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 285, Santa Monica, California 90403 (213) 453-3661
Housing And Nutritional Assistance. California Initiative 418 (1987).