When HUD Secretary Ben Carson on June 11 dropped his plan to increase the tenant rent obligation in public and assisted housing because the FY 2018 budget deal was sufficient to cover costs, the universal thought was that the idea was dead or at least on a lengthy hiatus. Wait just a minute! Not so fast with that conclusion. Apparently, Carson’s decision didn’t sit well with the cost-conscious White House Office of Management & Budget. The HUD secretary got the hint to resurr [...]
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7/20/18 5:31 PM