Baltimore fights affordable housing crisis while population falls

The concept of an affordable housing crisis is associated with thriving cities, such as New York and San Francisco, coping with demand that is driving up housing costs. But housing advocates argue that Baltimore, which struggles with declining population, swaths of vacant houses and violent crime, is also undergoing a similar problem. In Baltimore, activists contend, the ...
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