Across California, cities are struggling with rising homelessness. So you might be surprised to learn there's actually been some progress in finding homes for one part of the homeless population: military veterans. Some places in California have even seen the number of vets living on the streets or in shelters drop by 50 percent. Of course behind these numbers are people with important stories, and all too often they're stories we don't hear. We turn away. Reporter Michael Montgomery spent a lot of time getting to know one homeless vet with a dramatic story of survival, a guy named George Arthur.
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