Nehemiah Johnson, 5, slides down a slide as Ezekiel Johnson, 6, plays with a toy Thursday, Feb. 8, at an indoor play area at the Tacoma apartment complex they live in. Their family is one of thousands in Pierce County that uses rental assistance provided by the Tacoma Housing Authority.
Nehemiah Johnson, 5, slides down a slide as Ezekiel Johnson, 6, plays with a toy Thursday, Feb. 8, at an indoor play area at the Tacoma apartment complex they live in. Their family is one of thousands in Pierce County that uses rental assistance provided by the Tacoma Housing Authority. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
Nehemiah Johnson, 5, slides down a slide as Ezekiel Johnson, 6, plays with a toy Thursday, Feb. 8, at an indoor play area at the Tacoma apartment complex they live in. Their family is one of thousands in Pierce County that uses rental assistance provided by the Tacoma Housing Authority. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com

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