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Lowell Emergency Shelter Faces Funding Crisis as Massachusetts Grapples with Influx of New Arrivals – State and Federal Support Urgently Needed!

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Lowell Emergency Shelter Faces Funding Uncertainty Amid Influx of Massachusetts Migrants

Urgent Call for State and Federal Aid as Lowell Emergency Shelter Struggles to Meet Demand

Families moved into Lowell emergency shelter due to many people moving to Massachusetts, according to the report of CBS News. The city manager said money isn’t running out yet but might later if more people come. He praised city departments for helping.

Legislators say money will finish this month. They’re making a plan to get more money and Governor Healey wants help from the federal government.

Data shows many families need shelter in Massachusetts and some were moved to Lowell from Bedford to save money. Lawmakers talk about using savings but haven’t decided yet.

More help is needed from both state and federal governments to support migrants and provide shelter.

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Lowell Emergency Shelter Faces Funding Shortfall Amidst Rising Demand

Furthermore, money isn’t gone yet but lawmakers say it will finish this month. Lawmakers talk about using savings but they haven’t decided yet. Both state and federal governments need to help.

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