Former NJ Governor Goes Undercover as Homeless Man

Posted on March 9, 2012

     Former NJ governor, Richard Codey, went undercover as a homeless man to see how the conditions were for men seeking shelter, and to gather information so he can help create a positive change for NJ’s homeless.  This is a fantastic article, which not only highlights the greatness of this governor, but of the difficulties that the homeless face in terms of being admitted to sleep at a shelter.  Without an ID or the proper paperwork many find it next to impossible.  Hopefully, thanks to the resourcefulness of Richard Codey, the homeless will be able to access what they need more easily.

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