Meet the airport homeless

Many resist removal from round-the-clock shelters

Next to bleary-eyed travelers, tattered clothes and weathered bags are the only hint the displaced men and women holed up at airports across the U.S. aren’t waiting for a flight. They are the airport homeless. According to an Associated Press story, despite efforts to remove them, the round-the-clock warmth, water and safety of an airport keeps them coming back.

Associated Press

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