FRONTLINE and NPR join forces to investigate the crisis in affordable housing and why so few low-income people are getting the help they need.
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In a nine-month investigation that takes them from Dallas to Miami, to an upscale resort in Costa Rica, FRONTLINE’s Rick Young and NPR’s Laura Sullivan explore why just one in four households eligible for Section 8 assistance is getting it, and why the nation’s signature low-income housing construction program is costing more and producing less.
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