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Affordable Housing Scarce for Low-Wage Workers

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Affordable Housing Scarce for Low-Wage Workers

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Affordable Housing Scarce for Low-Wage Workers

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Affordable housing isn't affordable if you rely on a minimum-wage salary to pay your rent and keep the lights on, a report from the National Low-Income Housing Coalition says. NPR's Allison Keyes talks with Danilo Pelletiere, research director for the National Low-Income Housing organization.

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