Ep # 74
Tags: Los Angeles, homelessness, homeless count, neighborhoods, community, civic duty, local politics, housing, concussion, physical therapy, car accident,
Description: Annabelle tells Laura why she took part in the Los Angeles Homeless Count, despite her frustration with the city’s handling of the homelessness problem. Plus, Hannah from Ft. Lauderdale learned she’s made of sterner stuff in the wake of a concussion.
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