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26 September 2003

Shameful Tale of Minneapolis Public Housing

My friend Doug Mann, sometime school board candidate and author of a pamphlet (soon to be published) on the history of public education "reform", has an article in Pulse of the Twin Cities about the recent history of the Holman Consent Decree and the legal manoeuverings by the Minneapolis City government to get out of their obligations to public housing tenants under it. As hundreds of public housing tenants have been under-housed or homeless for over ten years waiting for promised replacement housing, Doug asks: "Where is the money"?

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