A flawed public-housing program leaves vulnerable residents at the mercy of developers

George Hinson lived at the Station House in Philadelphia for eight years. The former train station had been converted into apartments serving low-income Philadelphians, many of whom, like Hinson, were recovering from addiction. But the building had fallen into a state of disrepair. According to residents, it was infested with rodents and bedbugs, covered in […]

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