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Housing First: HOPE's Promise of Better Housing

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Housing First: HOPE's Promise of Better Housing

Housing First: HOPE's Promise of Better Housing

Housing First: HOPE's Promise of Better Housing

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As part of NPR's year-long Housing First project, Morning Edition this week airs three reports on the economics of housing for some of the neediest Americans. In the third report, NPR's Cheryl Corley reports from Boston on a controversial program that's had some success turning around crumbling neighborhoods, but can also be used to clear desirable land for high-rent construction.

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