Gov. Cuomo rolls out next phase of homelessness plan

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo is cracking down on homelessness in New York State.

On Tuesday, Cuomo announced the next phase in his $20 billion, five-year plan to create or preserve more than 100,000 affordable housing units and another 6,000 supportive housing units for people in need.

Currently, the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative will provide $30 million for 1,200 supportive housing units statewide.

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