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How Houston’s Most Vulnerable Are Still Being Evicted (Oct. 8, 2020)

On Thursday’s Houston Matters: Why some people are losing their homes without being evicted, Congressional candidate Sri Preston Kulkarni answers questions, food writers dish on the sweetest treats in town, and addressing maternal mortality in Harris County.


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On Thursday’s Houston Matters: Houston is in the middle of a housing crisis. But even with rental assistance programs and the CDCs national eviction moratorium in place, some of Houston’s most vulnerable are still losing their homes. We find out why.

Also this hour: Our next candidate interview features a conversation with Democratic Congressional candidate Sri Preston Kulkarni. He's running to represent District 22 against Republican Troy Nehls and Libertarian Joseph LeBlanc.

Then, on this month’s edition of The Full Menu, our local foodies share some of their favorite places for sweets, treats, cookies, and cakes.

And we learn about Mothers First, an initiative to address Harris County's high rate of maternal morbidity.

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