A 2016 survey ranked D.C. as having the highest rate of homelessness among 32 cities.

A 2016 survey ranked D.C. as having the highest rate of homelessness among 32 cities.

A recent Washington Post investigation revealed that the District returned nearly $16 million in federal affordable-housing money in the past three years after missing spending deadlines. Those number anger advocates in a place that last year was ranked as having the highest rate of homelessness among 32 cities. Kojo sits down with the head of the city’s housing department.

Guests

  • Polly Donaldson Director, D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development; @maryrandolph

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