Harold “Hap” Morgan from Madison, Wisconsin, has been without a permanent home, but he’s in line to get a 99-square-foot house provided by Occupy Madison Build, run by people originally involved with the Occupy Movement. OM Build is part of a nationwide movement providing tiny houses for the homeless. They are cheaper to build than conventional housing. Typically a number of them are built in proximity to each other, providing the occupants a sense of community. The movement began in Eugene, Oregon, after the city shut down an encampment for homeless people. The city helped them acquire land for micro-houses (AP).