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Pha Eyes Easing Rules

PROVIDENCE \x97 The Providence Housing Authority is considering easing its rules for allowing people with criminal histories to live in public housing, but critics say the proposed changes don’t go far enough to eliminate discrimination.

On Wednesday morning, according to Sophia Wright, an organizer with the Behind the Walls Committee of Direct Action for Rights and Equality, a group of volunteers hung a 20-foot protest banner in front of the authority’s administrative office. The bann

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