Erin McMorrow

Director of Housing Policy at the LA Coalition to End Hunger & Homelessness

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Erin McMorrow on KCRW

The Federal Department of  Housing and Urban Development  rejected all the new projects proposed by the City of Los Angeles this year to house homeless people.  All $15 million has…

HUD Re-Allocates Section 8 Money Away from Los Angeles

The Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development rejected all the new projects proposed by the City of Los Angeles this year to house homeless people.  All $15 million has…

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