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I met Darryl in Florida. He has been homeless for three weeks.

Darryl wants to be in a home, but right now sleeps in abandon house.

We need to take a serious look at reentry into society from jail. Support services have been seriously reduced and recidivism rates are increasing. Our current system is increasing homelessness and thus increasing the burden on tax payers.

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