Former offenders already face huge barriers. Housing shouldn't be one of them.

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Mar 25, 2019
Karen Freeman-Wilson for The Washington Post
Many former offenders are denied housing — not because of the lack of funds or the failure to meet objective criteria, but because of their criminal history. Case in point: Matthew Charles, one of the first prisoners released under the First Step Act and one of President Trump’s guests at the State of Union address in February, has had difficulty securing an apartment, even with help from Kim Kardashian West.
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