Wed
Feb 13 2019
11:36 pm
By: michael kaplan

From NPR:

Severe mold, asbestos and electrical hazards are among the dangers in private military housing for thousands of service members' families, according to a new survey conducted by the Military Family Advisory Network.

The report was released Wednesday, in conjunction with a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing about the state of privately managed military housing.

Nearly 17,000 people responded to the survey across 46 states. And more than 55 percent of participants who lived in private housing said they were dissatisfied with how management companies oversaw their dwellings.

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Privatizing of much of our

Privatizing of much of our governmental functions will lead to the destruction of our nation caused from corporate greed. But I guess I'm preaching to the choir.

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