80 percent of New York City’s 400,000 public housing residents spent days without heat or hot water this winter. Now one tenant group is fighting back. They have sued the city over a pattern of neglect. Beyond heat and hot water, the lawsuit claims toxic lead paint, vermin, and broken lights and elevators have endangered residents.

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