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A proposed HUD rule could make it easier for people with criminal backgrounds to get housing assistance, but it wouldn’t apply to housing choice vouchers

This year, Tulsa County, Oklahoma’s annual homeless census found that of the area’s estimated 1,427 people experiencing homelessness, 56% had a history of incarceration. After leaving prison, people often have trouble finding jobs and housing that accept applicants who have been incarcerated, which can lead to homelessness.

Source: Street Light
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