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Elizabeth To Join Newark's Forgotten Families Lawsuit

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Elizabeth To Join Newark's Forgotten Families Lawsuit

Elizabeth To Join Newark's Forgotten Families Lawsuit

CBS2's Lisa Rozner has the latest on the growing lawsuit against New York City over their controversial homeless relocation program that has moved people into unlivable conditions.

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