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so an immigrant family, with a job in NoVa, is supposed to move to a high crime area in EOTR DC, and accept a long commute (either very long via transit, or fairly long in a cheap auto that they can barely afford given the wear and tear the long commute imposes). A high crime area with substandard schools no less.

To a certain extent, yes. The notion that a person or family is entitled to live in a neighborhood that is close to jobs, in a good school district, etc. is very odd. Money provides choices. Lack of money decreases those choices. It isn't the government's responsibility to maximize convenience for everyone.

by dcd on Dec 19, 2012 1:48 pm • linkreport

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