Losing Housing to Soccer, Activists in Bridgeport Take Aim at State Priorities, Funding

Leslie Caraballo, center, organized the April rally to protest eviction notices sent to her and her Bridgeport neighbors by a New York property management company. Officials like State Sen. Herron Gaston, right, also attended (CT Examiner).


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BRIDGEPORT – “They got us all evicted. Not because we didn't pay rent, but because this is the game plan that they had all along,” Leslie Caraballo told CT Examiner on Tuesday.

The former school b...

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