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Trump’s budget guts affordable housing during an affordable housing shortage

The new budget proposal shifts the responsibility of funding affordable housing from the federal government to local governments and the private sector Home prices and rents are regularly hitting new all-time highs. The share of Americans who spend more than 50 percent of their income on housing is rising. Private sector home builders are catering to the high-end market, not low-income families.
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