I say yes with a few reservations. First off, this newer office should be kept financially limited in the scope of encouraging and helping the states find their own resources for combating homelessness in their jurisdictions. Secondly, this office should be a sub-office of Veteran Affairs because it is mainly targeting men and women in uniforms. Thirdly, this office should be working closely with food banks and homeless shelters that are already combating the homelessness in their areas and use these methods in a national effort. I am all for helping homeless people, but the scope and energy of the Federal government was made to unite the states and have a face for the foreign nations to look at. It was not built to help and maintain the domestic integrity of each and every state, that is why there are multiple republics in this great land of ours.