On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Mollie Hemingway are joined by Robert McManus of the Manhattan Institute to discuss an in-depth piece in the New York Times about a homeless girl in New York City, why liberal policies have failed to reign in homelessness and what the conservative response should be to Dasani’s story.
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