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California will use state properties as homeless shelters 

Nearly 300 state properties will be made available. Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Bill Tarrant

Enterprise Editor, Reuters Asia

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California's homeless population rose 16% last year to 151,000. Image: United States Interagency Council on Homelessness
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