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    The state’s housing shortage is forcing people like Nancy Avalos, a Sacramento mother of three, out of their homes.

The state’s housing shortage is forcing people like Nancy Avalos, a Sacramento mother of three, out of their homes. Angela Hart The Sacramento Bee
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