Author Archives: Robert Davis

Robert Davis

Robert Davis

Robert is a freelance journalist based in Colorado who covers housing, police, and local government.

United Nations pushes back on criminalization of homelessness in the US

Criminalization of Homelessness Is a ‘Rampant’ Problem, Advocates Tell U.N.

Social workers, homeless service workers

Homeless Service Workers Need Significant Pay Raises to Afford Housing

House Speaker Kevin Mccarthy and political gamesmanship jeopardizes federal housing programs

Gamesmanship Over Government Spending Threatens Federal Housing Programs

Homeless woman dies in jail

Homeless Woman Dies in Arlington Jail Awaiting Court Date

Colorado Affordable Housing and the theory of trickle-down housing

Colorado Needs a New Model for Funding Deeply Affordable Housing Projects


Advocates Temporarily Stop Anti-Panhandling Ordinance in West Virginia

homeless sweeps in California

California Lawmakers Vow to Take Homeless Sweep Ruling to Supreme Court

asylum seekers in New York City

New York Could Save $3 Billion by Providing Housing Vouchers for Migrants

Skid Row

Could More Affordable Housing Be Coming to Skid Row?

Homelessness caused by Hawaii Wildfires

HUD Sends $1.3 Million to Support Homeless People After Hawaii Wildfires

Illinois plan to end homelessness

Illinois Seeks to Achieve ‘Functional Zero’ Homelessness

homeless encampment in california

San Francisco Mayor London Breed Joins Calls to Punish Homeless People, Overturn Martin v. Boise

Federal Agent Shoots Homeless Man

Police Video Shows Homeless Family Violently Arrested and Severely Injured for Living in Park

homelessness in Denver

Denver’s New Mayor Offers Trash Services to Some Encampments but Continues Sweeps

house republicans

Republicans Propose Deep Cuts to HUD Programs But Spare Rental Assistance

Junk fees for rental applications

White House Tackles Junk Fees for Renters 

homeless angelenos living in vehicles

40% of Homeless Angelenos Live in Vehicles

construction boom but fewer housing options for low-income households

Fewer Housing Options Exist for Low-Income Households Despite U.S. Construction Boom