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Controversial New York city policy forces some unsheltered people to receive mental health care

America's unsheltered population has grown significantly in the past decade. New York City Mayor Eric Adams' plan to involuntarily remove and treat those with severe mental illnesses has been controversial among human rights advocates. Tony Dokoupil speaks with Donna Leiberman of the NYCLU as well as Shams DaBaron, a former homeless man now backing Adams' policy.
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