Counting Frederick's homeless and discussing the temporary deal to open the federal government

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Workers counted over 300 people who are experiencing homelessness in Frederick County last year, an increase of 70 people over the previous four years.

News-Post reporter Wyatt Massey accompanied Frederick Community Action Agency employees as they conducted the annual 2019 count, and he joins Frederick Uncut to describe the people, tents and belongings he came across along the way.

Host Emma Kerr also talks about the government shutdown as a temporary deal leaves federal workers — like Matthew Perry, who joins the podcast as well — feeling uncertain.

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