December 31, 2015 | Chicago Tribune
When Lanice Walker moved in 2012 from public housing to a private rental in Chicago’s Austin neighborhood, she thought she finally had secured a safe, cozy place for her family to live.
Not only did the Chicago Housing Authority provide a taxpayer-subsidized voucher that paid most of Walker’s rent, the agency sent an inspector to ensure the narrow frame house had adequate heat and plumbing, working smoke detectors and no signs of lead paint hazards. [...]
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