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Jun06

New Resources Show Impact of Housing Bonds and How Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act Would Result in More Affordable Homes

The ACTION Campaign (ACTION), which Enterprise co-chairs, released new fact sheets that demonstrate the impact of multifamily housing bonds (Housing Bonds) with the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit), as well as the projected additional affordable homes from establishing a minimum 4 percent Housing Credit rate at the national scale and for the top 12 states that would benefit.
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May23

Enterprise Opposes HUD Proposal That Would Roll Back Transgender Protections at Federally Funded Homeless Shelters

On May 22, HUD announced a forthcoming proposed rule that would roll back protections for transgender people experiencing homelessness by allowing federally-funded homeless shelters whose facilities are segregated by sex (such as bathrooms and sleeping quarters) to establish an admission policy that considers an individual’s sex and a range of other factors.
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May20

When Residents Are Engaged, Communities Win

People have a natural desire to build community. Whether it’s by sharing the proverbial cup of sugar or through more organized block associations, our neighborhoods provide opportunities to develop connections with one another and get engaged in the decisions that impact everyone’s quality of life.
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May10

Enterprise Joins Affordable Housing, Civil Rights, and Immigration Organizations in Opposing HUD Rule that Would Separate or Evict Mixed-Status Families

Enterprise joins housing, civil rights, social justice, faith-based, and immigration organizations in strongly opposing a HUD rule that would prohibit “mixed-status families”—households whose members have different citizenship and immigration statuses—from living in public and other subsidized housing.
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May03

Policy Convening Identifies Ways to Improve Disaster Recovery

Enterprise convened a group of over 60 current and former government officials, disaster recovery and resilience experts, and fair housing advocates for a policy event Improving Disaster Recovery and Building Community Resilience. The convening highlighted the need for Congress to permanently authorize the CDBG-DR Program at HUD.
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