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Healthcare Reforms Open Door to Housing Collaborations

Center for Housing Policy research identifies the opportunities and describes promising programs and developments in different parts of the country that have developed since the Affordable Care Act took effect. Read More
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Report Examines Effects of Homelessness on Children’s Health

Interventions focused on preventing child and family homelessness can be especially effective before birth, according to a research brief by Children’s HealthWatch and the Center for Housing Policy at the National Housing Conference. Read More
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Prolonged Housing Crisis Diminishes Confidence in the American Dream, 2015 Housing Matters Survey Finds

A significant majority of Americans believes the country is still not past the housing crisis that began seven years ago, according to a new survey of housing attitudes released today by MacArthur. Read More
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Statewide Housing Market Analysis Finds Housing Insecurity Widespread

The Chicago Rehab Network’s latest Illinois Housing Market Analysis shows housing insecurity is more widespread across Illinois communities and income levels, suggesting a need for stronger interventions. Read More
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Make Room Campaign Highlights Lack of Affordable Rental Housing

A national campaign called Make Room is staging concerts, convening forums, and sharing stories to deepen awareness about the lack of affordable rental housing and the impact that is having on American families. Read More

Congress Just Passed an Energy Efficiency Bill

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
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BPC Co-Chair, Former Senator Call for Housing Finance Reform

The nation’s housing finance system is still in need despite the fact Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are now turning a profit, argue Bipartisan Policy Center Housing Commission Co-Chair Henry Cisneros and former U.S ... Read More