Dem candidates for Congress talk budget deficit

 

Dem candidates for Congress talk budget deficit
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The party’s three contenders for those seats held a rare, joint news conference to oppose Medicare cuts proposed in Washington. “We cannot balance the budget on the backs of our most vulnerable,” said Tammy Duckworth, (D) 8th Congressional District

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In Sacramento, Budget Cuts Leave Homeless Without Bathrooms, Water Overnight


Faced with a $200 million deficit accumulated over the past five years, Sacramento, Calif., like many other struggling municipalities, is severely cutting back.

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com

waiting lists for vouchers in almost every community

Indeed, as the report notes, there are currently “waiting lists for vouchers in almost every community,” and only 1 in 4 eligible households receives a voucher or some other form of federal rental assistance. Half of the current households in the voucher program include seniors or people with disabilities, and the rest are mostly families with children.

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WATCH: Homeless Vet Saves Shooting Victim’s Life


A homeless veteran called upon his military experience to save another man’s life.

One man shot another man in Seattle after an argument between the two escalated Monday at 3 a.m., according to the Seattle Times.

Source: http://www.seattletimes.com

Attack Homelessness, Not Homeless People


As unemployment and foreclosures continue to drive record increases in homelessness, many cities are stepping up efforts to criminalize it. That’s wrong, ineffective and costly. But some communities are bucking the trend, demonstrating that there is a better way.

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com

Public Safety De-Escalation Tactics for Military Veterans in Crisis

The Upper Midwest Community Policing Institute (UMCPI) is developing and delivering an 8-hour training on Public Safety De-Escalation Tactics for Military Veterans in Crisis. The goal of the training is to build the capacity of public safety personnel to respond to military veterans (all branches).

Source: http://vetsuccess.gov