Trump admin. worsens affordable housing crisis by favoring landlords, keeping the poor out

July 2, 2018

As Housing Secretary Ben Carson moves to make life more difficult for America’s struggling poor from his well-furnished, secure office in Washington, D.C., a national exhibit, “Evicted,” has opened in the National Building Museum across town. The exhibit is a compelling look at the grim, painful and often lasting experience of being without a home, and serves to alert the public to the fact that eviction has become nothing short of a national health crisis.

NJ.com, Opinion by Linda Stamato, July 2, 2018

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