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Building costs can counteract the expected affordability improvements that arise from more new small homes being completed and sold.
A better option is to require servicers to evaluate borrowers for all loss mitigation for which they are eligible.
The Supreme Court’s ruling opens the door to increased use of this extremely harsh sentence, which disproportionately punishes Black children.
Senior renters will need more affordable, senior-friendly housing in the next two decades.
Before the pandemic community colleges had been increasingly embracing distance education because of its flexibility and accessibility. New research shows the pandemic may have accelerated this trend.
Removing barriers could support the healthy development and well-being of millions of American children.
Federal leadership and broader public awareness of the discrimination faced by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders can help move us closer to the promise of the Fair Housing Act.
Without changes now, the outlook for earned time credits having a meaningful impact on opportunities for early release is bleak.
Corporations are increasingly committing to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion but could do more for people with criminal backgrounds.

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