April 2, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Secretary Donovan and other Obama cabinet members addressed youth violence at a forum in D.C. Two housing non-profits in Hawaii received HUD grants to address HIV/AIDS. More vouchers for veteran’s homelessness in Oklahoma. “It’s simple: You can’t be healthy if your home is sick,” And John Trasvina talks fair housing in Westhaven.

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March 19, 2012

On the Road in Detroit: Focus on Housing & Homelessness

Cross posted from WhiteHouse.gov Across the country, organizations and individuals are doing important work to address the housing needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and prevent homelessness among members of the LGBT community.  Earlier this month, hundreds of advocates, community organizers, and interested members of the public came together in Detroit, Michigan […]

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February 16, 2012

HUD’s Proposed Budget: Doing More with Less

Have you had a chance to check out HUD’s fiscal year 2013 budget proposal? If so, you will find a plan that seeks to strengthen, yet streamline, HUD programs so that they help the economy. Titled Housing and Communities Built to Last, the budget reflects the vision of an America that can draw strength from […]

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February 7, 2012

Administration Joins Local Officials to Create an America Built to Last

Cross posted from White House.gov Following the President’s State of the Union, Administration officials hit the road to talk about how the proposals in the President’s speech will help Americans across the country. At many stops, mayors joined the Administration to talk about the local impact of these proposals and make the case for an […]

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January 30, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-up

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                    Secretary Donovan on Ending Housing Discrimination Against LGBT Americans. HAMP extended for another year. Affordable housing project in the works for residents in Fort Collins, Colorado. Volunteers in Houston, Texas; Bell County, Texas; Hudson County, NJ; Jacksonville and Cumberland County, NC hit the streets for […]

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