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Colorado Town Cracks Down On Long-Term Motel Stays Among Low-Income People05:17
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Agencies helping low-income people who need a place to stay often rely on motels to keep them off the streets and out of shelters. But some communities say long-term motel stays rob them of tax dollars and create pockets of crime and poverty.

As Colorado Public Radio's Michael E Sakas (@_msakas) reports, one small town in Colorado has taken steps to stop the practice.

This segment aired on April 19, 2018.

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