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PHA, Landlord Inspection Bombshell

It had been quietly in the works since the explosive failure of the Alexander County Housing Authority in Cairo, Il, and the embarrassing revelations at the privately contracted Eureka Gardens Section 8 housing complex managed by the Global Ministries Foundation in

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Spartan HUD Budget Continues

While the FY 2019 spending blueprint gives HUD $3 billion more than the department requested, it is still about $3 billion less than authorized in the current continuing resolution’s annualized amount for FY 2018.

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NYCHA Deal Begins To Unravel

Apparently New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s (D) gushy accolades about HUD Secretary Ben Carson failed to win over Carson’s complete confidence in a solution to rescue the beleaguered New York City Housing Authority.

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Landlord Loyalty, Interest In Question

One of HUD Secretary Ben Carson’s first moves when he moved in the top seat in mid-2017 was to map a plan to attract landlords to the Section 8 housing voucher program and keep edgy landlords in the subsidized housing fold.

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Waters Wants Housing Funding Surge

Homelessness eradication will be House Financial Services Chairman Maxine Waters’ (D-CA) chief housing priority as she describes in a brief statement before an audience at the Center for American Progress liberal think tank.

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Shutdown Highlights Homelessness

However the federal government shutdown plays out, it has served to put the spotlight on the growing homelessness crisis in America.

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HUD Readies For Long-Term Shutdown

While Congress and the Trump administration are unlikely to drag out the federal government’s partial shutdown with a presidential election year on the horizon, HUD officials still on duty are mapping strategies to protect programs that affect millions of people -- programs such as public

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HUD Shutdown Complicates Programs

On the day after the New Year holiday, the halls of the cavernous HUD headquarters 10-story building in Washington, DC remained largely silent 12 days into the operational shutdown prompted by a lack of FY 2019 spending authorization or stopgap spending approval.

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Patenaude Resignation Rattles HUD Operations

The abrupt resignation of HUD Deputy Secretary Pamela Patenaude after less than 15 months in the key day-to-day administrative post plunges HUD into more turmoil resulting in the naming of FHA Commissioner Brian Montgomery to temporarily substitute for her. The substitution

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Homeless Crisis Moves To Forefront

While national leaders have sidestepped or at most paid lip service to the country’s exploding homelessness crisis, more pockets of homelessness are popping up across the nation, particularly in areas where the plight has rarely been a problem.

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