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This is Part 5 in a series about the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty. …
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Geoffrey Cananda will step down from his role as chief executive of the Harlem Children’s Zone in June, the New York Times reported. more
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Cristina Jimenez, managing director of United We Dream, was recognized in Forbes Magazine as one of the top 30 law and policy influencers under 30. more
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Resale-restricted, owner-occupied housing (also known as “shared-equity homeownership”) offers an option for bringing homeownership within reach for lower-income households. Few standardized policies and procedures exist for valuing and taxing resale-restricted homes, even in states where public policy favors this category of housing. Because little research has been done in the United States to document the various ways this housing is taxed or to evaluate methods of taxation, this paper by former NHI Research Director Carla J. Robinson aims to fill the information gap.
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