Professor Jorge Elorza, a Housing Court judge in Providence, joins Rhode Island's NPR to talk about housing, economic development, Latino politics, and more.

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Elorza on Housing and Development

Professor Jorge Elorza, a Housing Court judge in Providence, joins Rhode Island's NPR to talk about housing, economic development, Latino politics, and more.

From WRNI, Rhode Island's NPR: "Bonus Q+A: Elorza on Trying to Put Vacant Buildings to New Use" by Ian Donnis   

Professor Jorge ElorzaRoger Williams University Law School professor Jorge Elorza, a Housing Court judge in Providence, joins us on Bonus Q+A to talk about housing, economic development, Latino politics, and his own future plans.

To listen, click here.