How housing matters in real life solutions

12th May, 2016 by

By Randy Wyrick

VAIL — You won’t be surprised to learn that Jami Duffy did not keep her room clean, and once gave her stuffed animal collection haircuts so she could put stuffing and fur in her craft box.In the fifth grade she was a shopkeeper in a mock American colonies project in history class. Before long, she couldn’t pay her proverbial taxes. The mock banker three desks over wasn’t working that hard, but was paying his taxes just fine.“I realized we had no choice but to revolt,” Duffy said.So, she convinced her fellow fifth graders to protest and carry signs during recess.Duffy …

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