Veterans struggle with cost of living on Long Island

Former Marine Corps sergeant James Brooks, who along

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Former Marine Corps sergeant James Brooks, who along with eight other veterans shared a house, spoke on June 16, 2017, about the high cost of living on Long Island. The veterans had been living at a house operated by the Family and Children's Association, a nonprofit, which has given them notice to vacate, saying the house was only intended as temporary housing for veterans in need. (Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa)

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