A PRRAC program review. By Sarah Oppenheimer, Megan Haberle, and Philip Tegeler, with research support from Kayla Kitson (2013). One of the three statutory goals of the HUD Moving to Work (MTW) demonstration is to “increase housing choices for low-income families.” The MTW program allows HUD to waive provisions of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 and various HUD regulations at the … [Read more...] about Increasing Housing Choices: How Can the MTW Program Evolve to Achieve its Statutory Mandate?
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A PRRAC-Lawyers' Committee-National Fair Housing Alliance Program Review (January 2013). Excerpt: "During the first term of the Obama Administration, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has reaffirmed a broad commitment to fair housing. However, while fair housing enforcement at the agency has increased noticeably, the task of reforming HUD’s own programs … [Read more...] about Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing at HUD: A First Term Report Card (Lawyers’ Committee, National Fair Housing Alliance & PRRAC, January 2013)