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    In a program aimed at “ending homelessness one family at time,” Jackson County gave newly renovated houses to two Kansas City families on Thursday. If they keep up with expenses, they will get title in seven years.

In a program aimed at “ending homelessness one family at time,” Jackson County gave newly renovated houses to two Kansas City families on Thursday. If they keep up with expenses, they will get title in seven years. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
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Frank White hands two needy Kansas City families the keys to their new homes

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