Items Tagged with 'Ben Carson'

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  • HUD seeks public comment on AFFH amendments

    The Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule is up for restructuring
    On Monday, HUD announced it is moving forward with its goals of “streamlining” the controversial Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule by inviting public comment on proposed amendments to it. The embattled regulations were originally enacted by the Obama administration to assess and encourage diversity in communities receiving HUD funds.
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  • New York Times: Housing affordability issue is getting worse, government continues to reduce aid

    Ben Carson, Trump administration appear committed to reducing housing assistance
    In the face of the growing housing affordability crisis, HUD Secretary Ben Carson and the Trump administration are holding course on their proposed reduction of housing assistance. According to the New York Times, local housing authorities are feeling the squeeze and as many as three out of four eligible applicants for housing vouchers are being turned away.
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  • Hensarling: HUD has failed far too many for far too long

    Congress debates effectiveness of HUD policies
    Wednesday morning HUD Secretary Ben Carson appeared before the House Committee on Financial Services. During the hearing, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling stated that it’s hard not to conclude that HUD has failed far too many for far too long.
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  • 174 Congress members pressure Carson to finalize FHA condo rules

    54 Senators and 120 House members are pushing Carson to finalize H.R. 3700
    Congress and industry players like NAR, teamed up to put pressure on Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson to finalize the rules regarding condos and Federal Housing Administration loan approval. Fifty-four Senators and 120 house members sent a letter to HUD to hurry along the finalization of the rules in H.R. 3700.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Ben Carson backtracks on plan to raise rents for poor

    Plus what to expect in world economy’s most important week
    HUD released a plan in April that HUD Secretary Ben Carson says will push millions of low-income households toward self-sufficiency. Now, he could be pulling back from that proposed plan. Also, here’s everything you need to know about the most important week of the year for the world economy.
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  • Ben Carson breaks ground at HUD's first EnVision Center

    Also announces the first round of EnVision Center designations
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson traveled to his hometown of Detroit for the groundbreaking of the agency's first EnVision Center. Carson also announced the first round of EnVision Center designations in 17 communities nationwide.
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  • Coalition of states, cities join fight to force HUD to enforce Obama fair housing rule

    Maryland, California, Massachusetts, Oakland, Seattle, others want AFFH rule back
    The fair housing advocates that are suing the Department of Housing and Urban Development and HUD Secretary Ben Carson over the Trump administration moving to delay a controversial Obama-era fair housing rule already have support from the state of New York, and they now have a whole new group of allies in their corner.
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  • New York suing HUD, Ben Carson to enforce Obama fair housing rule

    State joins fair housing advocates lawsuit against Trump administration
    The state of New York is moving to join a lawsuit against the Department of Housing and Urban Development and HUD Secretary Ben Carson over Trump administration recently moving to delay a controversial Obama-era fair housing rule meant to address segregation in housing.
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