Recent data shows that the Expanded CTC helped millions during the pandemic. Its success is an argument for updating the tax code to help poor families.
Three states and 83 local communities have effectively ended veteran homelessness in their jurisdictions as of March, 2021, according to federal data.
Rising rents and limited rental assistance resources have led many low-income renters to put off important health care needs, according to a recent health report.
A new bill proposed in Congress would make it illegal for landlords to deny applicants just because they use public assistance to pay the rent.
HUD upheld a finding that Texas discriminated against minority and low-income residents when awarding money to rebuild after Hurricane Harvey.
A housing resource agency in California is encouraging landlords to house low-income renters with its Landlord Gold Standard program.
Last week, President Biden announced his administration’s plan to lower housing costs by spurring the development of thousands of new affordable homes.
A bipartisan Senate proposal would make emergency rental assistance a permanent program, and provide other support for renters at risk of eviction.