GUESTS: MARIA FOSCARINIS *Founder & Executive Director, National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty AMOS BROWN *Member, San Francisco Board of Supervisors JOHN DONOHUE *Director, Chicago Coalition for the Homeless *Member, Executive Committee, National Coalition for the Homeless Once a vital issue in the national discourse, the problem of homelessness seems to have been forgotten. But while the economy is booming, homelessness remains a problem, and the demographics are shifting. More families and working people have joined the ranks of the homeless, as affordable housing is increasingly out of reach for those with low-paying jobs. Join Ray Suarez and guests as they examine what's being done about homelessness, and why people aren't taking more notice...on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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