Forget NHA and give me a cell

Proposed new prison rules offer inmates reading material, large windows with natural light, intimate time with spouses, children and relatives as well as in-house day care centers.

Displaced or financially-challenged persons arguably now have an attractive option to begging for a NHA house—or paying legal fees.

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