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At the height of the pandemic, New York city put up some of its homeless population in the city’s empty hotels. Now, as the city comes back to life, the program is ending -- but the city’s unhoused population doesn’t want to go “back to normal”
Guest: Jacquelyn Simone, Senior Policy Analyst for the Coalition for the Homeless.
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