It's getting harder for working families who earn $25,000 to $50,000 per year to find an affordable place to live in Florida.
Whether we agree on the same solutions as a society, the fact remains that the United States has a deep affordable housing shortage that disproportionately impacts our most vulnerable populations. Extremely low-income households are more likely to contain seniors, individuals with disabilities, and children.
Federal housing vouchers are one of the key ways for a low-income family to pay for a place to live. And landlords have the option to accept or reject
The shutdown’s impact on the poor is about to get a lot worse.