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I-135 and the promise of a more inclusive Seattle 

In 2020, the year a deadly pandemic began to ravage our state, an estimated 40,000 people in King County were left without a home – living instead in cars and tents, on a friend’s couch, or in a homeless shelter¹. If you had gathered them all together in one place, it would have been a community the size of Issaquah.

This staggering injustice is the direct result of a catastrophically broken housing system …

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