Help for the homeless in Maricopa County

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors recently approved $2 million in federal and county dollars for programs that will help reduce homelessness, unemployment and recidivism. The money will go to several different programs that help the homeless. We’ll hear more from Maricopa County chairman Bill Gates and Bruce Liggett, Maricopa County director of human services.

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Maricopa County chairman Bill Gates, Bruce Liggett, Maricopa County director of human services

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