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Actively retired Rev. and businessman, Donald Tye Jr., grew up in a pre-HUD Code factory built home that he and his wife still own. He says that federal law should be enforced, so that more can take advantage of modern manufactured home living, instead of being 'warehoused' in big housing projects.

ItsJustasWrongTousetheNWordToDescribeBlackAsTWordToDescribeManufacturedHome

ItsJustasWrongTousetheNWordToDescribeBlackAsTWordToDescribeManufacturedHome

ItsJustasWrongTousetheNWordToDescribeBlackAsTWordToDescribeManufacturedHome

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