Blog Posts Tagged: NLIHC

Fiscal Year 2018 Proposed Budget

Written by Sarah Torrico, Policy Intern The Trump administration has rolled out what they’re calling their “skinny budget” proposal for fiscal year 2018. Many are taking note of the budget’s plan to severely cut and even eliminate multiple social equity programs. While Trump and his team are positioning this to be a strike against what… Read more »

Affordable Housing is Out of Reach in Michigan

Written by Heidi Kurnaiwan, Policy Intern There is no state, county, or city in the United States where a full-time worker earning the prevailing minimum wage could afford a modest two-bedroom apartment. Only twelve counties and one metropolitan area has a minimum wage sufficient enough to even afford a modest one-bedroom apartment. These statistics are just… Read more »