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"The DC area has no shortage of affordable housing. Its all in undesirable places in SE, PG county and N Virginia. Welcome to a market economy. People want to live in DC and should be expected to pay a premium to do so. If you cant afford DC, too bad, move to Maryland."
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Statements like this make it reasonable for one to question whether affordable housing is honestly a priority in the "new DC".

by ceefer66 on Nov 19, 2012 6:03 pm • linkreport

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