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Montana city grapples with rise of people living in vehicles

In some cities with growing numbers of people experiencing homelessness, the issue goes beyond encampments in public places — they’re also coping with more people living in cars and RVs parked on city streets. City leaders in Bozeman, Montana, are dealing with the tensions brought on by this more visible display of homelessness. Joe Lesar of Montana PBS reports.

Montana city grapples with rise of people living in vehicles

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