A joint Human Relations and Housing Committee meets on September 20, 2019 to discuss homelessness in Chicago.

One day after the city cleared dozens of homeless people living under the viaducts, a joint committee on Housing and Human Relations met to discuss two initiatives aimed at reducing homelessness in Chicago. The resolutions, proposing a joint subcommittee on homelessness and the exploration of a possible “tiny house” program to provide low-cost or free housing, were both approved after more than three hours of testimony.

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