Disabled U.S. Army veteran Mark Jameson keeps track of both his vacuum's electrical cord and his own oxygen cord as he cleans his apartment Thursday in Tacoma. Jameson said that without a federal housing voucher for homeless veterans he received last year, he would be living on the streets.
Disabled U.S. Army veteran Mark Jameson keeps track of both his vacuum's electrical cord and his own oxygen cord as he cleans his apartment Thursday in Tacoma. Jameson said that without a federal housing voucher for homeless veterans he received last year, he would be living on the streets. The Olympian
Disabled U.S. Army veteran Mark Jameson keeps track of both his vacuum's electrical cord and his own oxygen cord as he cleans his apartment Thursday in Tacoma. Jameson said that without a federal housing voucher for homeless veterans he received last year, he would be living on the streets. The Olympian

Veterans housing program targeted

March 11, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED March 11, 2011 07:32 AM

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