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Military Families Say Base Housing Is Plagued by Mold and Neglect

December 13, 2019, New York Times

Ben Block is quoted in the New York Times regarding the firm’s representation of military families in their suit against Corvias, a company managing the privatized housing at the Fort Meade military base since 2002. Mr. Block says, “What they really want is to ensure that what they went through doesn’t happen to the next family, and the family after that. These contractors made a deal to manage these houses and keep them habitable, and they need to honor that deal.” He adds, “When the first thing they say is, they’re worried that their son or daughter won’t be able to join up because they got asthma, because of the house they lived in on post. We’ve got fewer and fewer people willing to sign up and do their part for the greater good, and we should be taking better care of them.”

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