Baltimore program to steer ‘squeegee kids’ to other work

  • A young man washes a windshield as motorists wait at a red light, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, in Baltimore. Young “squeegee kids” who wash car windshields while darting in and out of Baltimore traffic could eventually go from street hustling to conventional employment under a privately-funded program pitched by Mayor Catherine Pugh. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

  • A young man washes a windshield as motorists wait at a red light, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, in Baltimore. Young “squeegee kids” who wash car windshields while darting in and out of Baltimore traffic could eventually go from street hustling to conventional employment under a privately-funded program pitched by Mayor Catherine Pugh. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

BALTIMORE — Young “squeegee kids” who wash car windshields while darting in and out of Baltimore traffic could eventually go from street hustling to conventional employment under a privately-funded program pitched by the city’s mayor.

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