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Housing Crisis Tag

Co-published with The Salt Lake TribuneThe state will continue paying landlords for application assistance but stop funding advocacy groups.

Co-published with DefectorViolette knows she is not alone in her housing insecurity, and wants to give hope to others that adaptability is possible.

Co-published with The NationAs the pandemic closed down New York City, Fitzgerald found her daughter and herself priced out of a place to live.

Co-published with NewsweekSo many veterans who leave the tangle of war end up on America's streets, still fighting daily for their survival.

Co-published with The NationWhen Lisa Ventura’s father needed help filing for unemployment, she got an overload of what experts call “administrative burden.”

Co-published with the Utah Investigative Journalism Project and The Salt Lake Tribune. Utah could use federal funds for eviction prevention programs—instead of just paying landlords’ legal …

Co-published with The New York Review of BooksAmid the 1840s economic crisis, landlords tried to drive out tenants in default. The remarkable movement that rose to challenge …

Co-published with Columbia Journalism ReviewA Seattle newspaper models how to cover unhoused people—and puts money in their pockets.

Co-published with The American Prospect. The Biden-Harris administration did not expand Section 8 vouchers in its recent infrastructure proposals, which could leave millions of renters behind.

Co-published with LA Progressive. San Francisco is calling on corporate landlords to use their leverage for the greater good.

Co-published with The New Republic. In a city with thousands of vacant homes, families are still homeless. Jennifer Bennetch decided to do something about it.

Co-published with the Utah Investigative Journalism Project and The Salt Lake Tribune. Supporters say the fees can make a huge difference in affordability to low-income renters.

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