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Friday Round-up: this week in the news
  • Just in time for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Maryland announces two new laws to help protect victims of domestic violence:
  • The high cost of domestic violence:
  • “D.C. public housing officials said Wednesday that they are considering suspending the city’s waiting list for housing aid.”
  • What do you think of this interesting new business model? A company promises to donate one bed, for every bed sold, to a person transitioning out of homelessness:
  • On storage program in San Diego for people experiencing homelessness: “It actually weighs these people down and perpetuates the cycle of homelessness because you can’t go to a job interview with all your worldly possessions on your back — who’s going to hire you?”
Categories: Calvary News
Tags: D.C., domestic abuse, domestic violence, domestic violence awareness month, homeless, homelessness, housing, storage
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