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Senators urge Fannie, Freddie to aid lower-income households

More than 30 Democrats in the U.S. Senate called for the regulator of government-controlled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to direct the companies to resume contributions for affordable housing initiatives.
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Housing Authority commits $36.5 million for Addison Terrace housing complex

The Pittsburgh Housing Authority on Thursday earmarked $36.5 million to redevelop the Depression-era Addison Terrace complex in the Hill District.

Rental Assistance Helps Veterans Fight Homelessness

Rental assistance helps about 340,000 veterans afford decent homes and has been central to recent reductions in homelessness among veterans.
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Homeless count of unsheltered sets fed. funding

Each year, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development collects data from the national Point In Time Homeless Count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless.
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Bill taking needed line vs. domestic violence

The PA Coalition Against Domestic Violence commends the PA House for unanimously passing House Bill 1796, sponsored by Rep. Todd Stephens, which eliminates so-called local nuisance ordinances that threaten to evict victims of domestic violence from their homes if they call the police multiple times.
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Amendments Delay DPW Name Change

Last week, State Senators began an amendment process for HB 993 -- the bill to rename the Department of Public Welfare the Department of Human Services.
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RFP: Development/Consultant Team/RAD Conversion

Mercer County Housing Authority (“MCHA or Housing Authority”) is seeking proposals from qualified developers/consultants to participate in the Rental Assistance Demonstration ("RAD") Program.
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NLIHC's Annual Organizing Awards - Nominate Today!

Do you know outstanding examples of successful affordable housing campaigns at the state or local level?
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Pa. voter ID law struck down

A judge struck down PA's controversial voter identification law, ending for the moment a two-year legal fight between defenders who saw it as a shield against fraud and critics who deemed it an act of voter suppression.
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Job Opening: Program Manager - National

The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) is hiring.
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