Did the bank bail out make federal housing?

There is an argument that when the tax payers bailed out the banks and mortgage industries without our dollars that the foreclosed and vacant homes held by those companies then became publically owned and could and should be seen as “public housing” for the homeless and low-income.  A Group in Madison Wisconsin is taking that stance and moving families into forclosed and vacant homes.

But, is it fair to move someone in for free when others have to pay rent?

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Mommy. Social worker. Nice lady seeking to end homelessness and end poverty. FightOn

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