Harvey Victims Speak Of Persistent Housing Difficulties


(Houston, TX)  --  A group of Harvey victims that has formed a coalition called "Houston Rising" is sounding off about its lingering housing needs.  

Dozens of them gathered Thursday at Houston City Council chambers to attend a hearing of the Texas House of Representatives Urban Affairs Committee. 

They spoke about the ongoing financial problems involved in repairing their homes or living for months in a hotel.  State Representative Carol Alvarado chaired the meeting and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner was in attendance.


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