A group of county workers prepares a count of downtown Miami's homeless population.
A group of county workers prepares a count of downtown Miami's homeless population. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald file 2015
A group of county workers prepares a count of downtown Miami's homeless population. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald file 2015

Hundreds of Miami-Dade homeless face loss of beds with cuts in federal aid

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