During the final years of the Obama Administration, the US Department of State created a little bookletfor communities to use to help plan for their town to be a new resettlement site.
This morning, reader Joanne sent this newsfrom Colorado: Ft. Collins hasn’t enough low income housing so refugees are not being placed there in any numbers.
I’ll give you the news and then send you to places where you can learn more about the refugee program. (Commenter Nancy, in a followup e-mail, asked to be further educated!). Apologies to long-time readers who find the repetition boring!
FORT COLLINS COLORADOAN – While national rhetoric on immigration, presidential executive orders and international factors slow in the number of refugees settling in the U.S., a lack of affordable housing has all but halted refugee resettlement in Fort Collins, experts say.
Just 13 refugees have resettled in Fort…
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