Shutdown delays move-in for San Francisco's homeless

Aired: 10/9/2013 | 0:05:22 | Clip
A new housing development in San Francisco is ready for its new tenants -- homeless individuals and families -- to move into apartments of their own. But due to the government shutdown, units that are federally subsidized sit empty. Mina Kim of KQED reports on how the standstill in Washington is affecting people in California.