New structures in sanctioned encampments revive debate on how to address homelessness
One county in Nevada is rolling out new accommodations for people without a home, who had previously been living in tents. But some critics say the effort falls short of a sustainable solution to addressing homelessness.
Lucia Starbuck of the Mountain West News Bureau reports.
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