Ambitious proposals like the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act would help end housing poverty and homelessness in America by directly address the underlying cause of the affordable housing crisis -- the severe shortage of affordable rental homes for people with the lowest incomes.
The American Housing and Economic Mobility Act (S.787, H.R. 1737), introduced by Senator Warren (D-MA) and Representative Richmond (D-LA), would provide a robust investment of nearly $45 billion annually to the national Housing Trust Fund. It also includes resources to repair public housing, build or rehabilitate housing in tribal and Native Hawaiian communities, and create and preserve affordable homes in rural areas.
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View the lists of House and Senate cosponsors for the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act to see if your members have signed on.