Thousands Of Homeless People Living Near LA Freeways To Be Moved Into Shelters Under New Deal
After months of clashes and ongoing negotiations, Los Angeles and city officials have reached a federal court agreement to move an estimated 7,000 homeless people living near highways to emergency shelters and permanent housing. Katie Johnston reports.
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