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“… SEMINAL NEWS AGGREGATOR, MOST WIDELY CITED SOURCE BY HOUSING POLICY STAKEHOLDERS (NONPROFITS, THINK TANKS, ADVOCATES, GOVERNMENT STAFF).”

– The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and CSB consulting. Online Housing Resources: Current Landscape & Usage. October, 2011.

How did you start off the week yesterday morning? If it wasn’t with Memo to Members then you should join the 4,000+ housing advocates who get NLIHC’s acclaimed weekly newsletter e-mailed directly to them every Monday morning. It’s easy – by becoming a member of NLIHC, you can stay up-to-date with all the latest housing-related news from Capitol Hill, HUD and the Administration; the latest research on housing and related issues; and major updates from our state coalition partners and other housing advocacy organizations from across the country. Read by everyone from community and resident organizers to reporters to members of the Administration and Congressional staff, Memo is a must-read for any housing advocate. Support this critical publication by joining NLIHC today!

Top stories from this week’s issue of Memo to Members include:

  • Eight National Organizations Send Letter to HUD, OMB, DPC Urging Regulatory Actions
  • House and Senate Focus on Budget and Appropriations
  • Houses Passes VAWA Legislation
  • House Meeting on HOME Documents Requested From HUD
  • Bill on Homeless Veterans Introduced
  • HUD Releases Section 811 NOFA
  • Proposed Project-based Voucher Rule Implements 2008 HERA Changes

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