From Countable:

Steven Greenhut, the western region director for the libertarian R Street Institute, wrote in the Orange County Register recently that “Nothing really works and it’s cost prohibitive to build enough shelters for everyone. And some of the homeless are essentially feral—they’re not going to live in a shelter (especially ones that forbid drug and alcohol use) even if it’s offered.”

Using the southern-California county as the focal point of his argument, Greenhut outlines six points that must be considered in the debate about homelessness, shelters, and the right to homes, warning that “Policymakers need to focus more on harsh realities if they want real solutions.