Sacramento leaders announce homeless agreement after Measure O

As Sacramento's homeless population rises across the city and county, leaders say they have reached an agreement that outlines how each entity will address the unhoused. The agreement between the city and county announced on Thursday comes in response to voters giving the likely approval to Measure O during the November election. Measure O makes it illegal for four or more people to camp out on public or private property in the city. It also relies on the city and county to agree on a partnership to provide services to the unhoused. Learn more: