31 Jan '18, 7pm

More proof of how this #IllegitimateRegime loves those who have served #Veterans

REDDING, Calif. (Tribune News Service) — Redding officials and others were scrambling Tuesday to try to find a way to head off the possible eviction of a 71-year old disabled U.S. Navy veteran and his quadriplegic wife from their modest Sherman Way rental home. But time is running out. Dan Horton and his wife of 52 years, Frankie, 70, have lived at the home for 11 years under a federal Section 8 housing voucher assistance program for low-income families administered by the city's Housing Authority. But Horton, whose life revolves around caring for his 70-year-old wife, saw their rental assistance contracts terminated in November after failing to supply the necessary documentation to the city this past summer to continue the couple's eligibility in the program. It was Horton's belief he did not have to rush or worry about providing that information to the city, noting his p...

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