Carbondale Limits Number of Residents Per Square Foot

Many towns and counties across the country are enacting stricter laws regulating how many people can live together in a home. Often, these measures are driven by an influx of immigrants who are crowding into homes and apartments so it's more affordable for them. Now, Carbondale, home to a large number of Latino immigrants, has begun enforcing its own anti-crowding measure. Aspen Public Radio's Sarah Hughes reports for KCFR News.

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