Libraries Become Temporary Refuge for Homeless

Chip Ward, the former assistant director of the Salt Lake City Public Library, talks about his op-ed that appeared in Sunday's Los Angeles Times, where he discusses how public libraries have doubled as shelters for the homeless.

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