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Hawaii Homeless Initiative Would Send Some Back To Mainland

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The state is implementing a controversial pilot program that offers homeless people a way to leave Hawaii and reunite with family members in other states. Melissa Block gets the latest on the pros and cons of the "Return-to-Home" plan from Chris Tanaka, a reporter for Hawaii News Now.
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