Matthew Fraidin (Visiting Law Professor at the David A. Clarke School of Law) article in the Huffington Post
This is what passes for good news in D.C. social services.
The District government is congratulating itself because Denise Gibson finally has a place to live. According to a story in the Washington Post, Gibson will be one of the first residents of the newly-redeveloped Mississippi Avenue Apartments, a subsidized-rent apartment complex. Gibson has been homeless for six years and, as D.C. Councilmember Jim Graham said, "this is really a way to move up."
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