SEATTLE — You can see the problem on just one block in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Newer, more expensive housing -- is replacing the older, more affordable housing that many families relied on.
Housing advocates say even people with middle class incomes "are being forced to choose between paying rent and paying for health care, or for their kids' education. They are being forced further and further from the jobs and opportunities of this city," said Susan Boyd of Bellwether Housing.
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