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Anthony says he is a survivor. He is a homeless veteran who did two tours of Vietnam and now lives in the streets of Gainesville, Florida.

Anthony is working with the legal system to get support from the Veterans Administration. He feels that it’s OK to stay in line to¬†receive the support he needs.

No one should have to stand in line to get out of homelessness and it’s a disgrace that any veteran ends up homeless.

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