In many American cities, there’s a growing crisis of homelessness. The highest rates are on the west coast. Suffering one of the worst problems is Seattle: home of the high tech boom and a city once considered a jewel. Correspondent Eric Johnson, of Sinclair station KOMO in Seattle reported on the issue in an hour long special called ‘Seattle is Dying.’ Here’s an excerpt.
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