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Senator Steinberg Announces Proposal Directing 20% of Cap-and-Trade Funds to Affordable Homes Near Transit


(from Housing California) Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg held a press conference to release his long-term investment strategy for revenues generated by California's Cap-and-Trade program. The program is estimated to generate between $3-5 billion/year, and Senator Steinberg's proposal directs 20 percent of these funds to the development of affordable homes near transit.
 

Thank You! Over 3,000 Organizations Sign On To National Letter.

Thank you. SCANPH members' helped make a difference in our request for signing on in support of a national letter to Congressional leaders, urging them to allocate the highest possible levels of funding to programs protecting economic and transit opportunity, as well as ensuring a safe and stable home for all Americans.
 
A letter signed by 3,267 organizations was delivered yesterday to Congressional leadership. To read the letter click here.

 

Tax Reform Act of 2014 Would Preserve Housing Credit


(from the ACTION Campaign) In Washington, Congressional House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) released his long-awaited comprehensive tax reform discussion draft, the Tax Reform Act of 2014. The National ACTION Campaign (of which SCANPH is a member),  is reporting that the draft preserves the Low-Income Housing Credit, even while eliminating dozens of corporate tax expenditures in order to bring top corporate rates down to 25 percent.

California Short One Million Affordable Homes for Low Income Californians


New Study Details Depth of California’s Affordable Home Crisis: California Short One Million Affordable Homes for Low Income Californians

With Housing Bond Funds Drying Up and Redevelopment Funds Gone, Report Calls for Renewed State Investment in Affordable Homes

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