ELKHART — An estimated 25 to 50 people are spending the night in frigid temperatures without a place to stay, representative Kevin Farmwald told the League of Women Voters on Thursday during a roundtable discussion. 

The League of Women Voters, a civic group aimed at helping its members take a larger role in public affairs, asked Farmwald and other advocates to talk about the homeless situation in the city and about the Elkhart City Homeless Coalition, which seeks to help the homeless and those who are at risk.

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