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Communist Activist Who Wants To Defund Police, Abolish Prisons Offered Job As Seattle’s ‘Homelessness Czar’

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By Ashe Schow

A Seattle activist who has called for abolishing the police and prisons has been named the city’s “Homelessness Czar,” a position that will allow him to establish and run the new Regional Homeless Authority for Seattle and surrounding King County.

KOMO News reported that Marc Dones, a consultant and executive director of the National Innovation Service, was offered the job last Thursday. The Seattle Times reported that Dones accepted the job.

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