De Blasio talks about new outreach program to tackle NYC’s homeless crisis

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Mayor Bill de Blasio is taking an aggressive approach to tackle the city's homelessness problem with a new outreach program. The program, called HOME-STAT, aims to get people off the street and into permanent housing.

The move comes just days after the city's homeless services commissioner, Gilber Taylor, resigns.

Is the program a little too late? Mayor Bill de Blasio joins the PIX11 Morning News to talk about his new plan.

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