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Closed-door tax incentive negotiations can create a harmful “prisoners’ dilemma” among state and local governments.
While multifamily lending is smaller than single-family lending, it has an outsize effect in meeting the needs of low- and moderate-income communities.
The National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling program helped 2.14 million homeowners after the crisis of 2008.
Of five sites studied by Urban, Los Angeles was the most challenging in which to find housing with a voucher.
In the past 15 years, black homeownership rates have declined to levels not seen since the 1960s.
Volunteering for the "Point-in-Time" count means spending the night talking to people who may be experiencing homelessness.
On Monday, President Trump signed an executive order aiming to ensure America's leadership in artificial intelligence.
Nearly all states allocate money to local school districts using an education funding formula.
As states roll out new training initiatives for home-based providers, they also seek to learn more about their goals and needs.
Capital Bikeshare users have generated millions of rides, but use and station placement varies around the city.

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