Mass. has a huge waitlist for state-funded housing. So why are 2,300 units vacant? 

A WBUR and ProPublica investigation found that nobody is living in nearly 2,300 state-funded apartments across Massachusetts, with most sitting empty for months or years. The state pays local housing authorities to maintain and operate the units whether they're occupied or not. / WBUR PHOTO VIA THE ASSOCIATED PRESS / JESSE COSTA
BOSTON (AP) – Deb Libby is running out of time to find a place to live.  Libby, 56, moved to Worcester, Mass., four years ago, in part to be closer to the doctors treating her for pancreatic cancer.  But the landlord wants her out by the end of the month and she can't find anything…

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