Richard Berry

Mayor of Albuquerque

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Mayor of Albuquerque

Richard Berry on KCRW

We begin a week-long series about how cities are finding innovative solutions for their homeless problems. Albuquerque has a program that provides employment to panhandlers.

Albuquerque creates a jobs program for panhandlers

We begin a week-long series about how cities are finding innovative solutions for their homeless problems. Albuquerque has a program that provides employment to panhandlers.

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