U.S. Allows Ex-Inmates To Live With Relatives In Public Housing

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One criminal-justice change that President Obama has made is to make it easier for people with criminal records to live in subsidized housing, reports NPR. In New York City, Margaret diZerega supervises prison re-entry programs at the Vera Institute of Justice. She’s a consultant for a pilot program that allows former felons to move in
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