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Detroit launches plan to improve access to jobs, housing for disabled residents


“‘I'm going to use this opportunity now to ensure that we do everything that we can to influence policy changes for a universal participation, and increasing accessibility,’ said Samp. ‘I look forward to working with our community partners and disability advocates to transform Detroit to be more of a warm and accessible city.’"

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan hold a briefing at Detroit Public Safety Headquarters on Thursday, March 4, 2021. The mayor on Monday joined with city departments and disability advocates to detail a multi-year plan to improve access to jobs, housing and transportation for Detroit's disabled residents. Todd McInturf, The Detroit News

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