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November 5, 2015

Rex Hohlbein was a successful Seattle architect who made a good living designing million-dollar homes. But Hohlbein gave up his architectural career to become an advocate for the homeless. What motivated him to do so? How did a talented, homeless artist affect his decision? What are his thoughts on Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's and King County Executive Dow Constantine's state of emergency declarations for the city and county, in response to the growing rate of homelessness? Enrique Cerna takes up those questions and more with Hohlbein in an in-depth conversation about the homeless.


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