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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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Apr03

Survey: When Housing Costs Undermine Health and Peace of Mind

More than half of the renters surveyed (54 percent) said they have delayed medical care specifically because they couldn’t afford it. The survey found the need for affordable homes that are healthy and connected to opportunity especially critical for survey severely cost-burdened survey respondents, who spend more than 50 percent of their monthly income on rent.
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