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Housing problems haunt Americans

But Bush plan may cut 250,000 vouchers in 2005
Published on Feb 17, 2004

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Nearly 65 million low-income people–24 percent of the entire U.S. population–are experiencing housing problems, including cost burdens, substandard conditions, overcrowding or homelessness, according to a report released Thursday from the National Low Income Housing Coalition. The most common housing problem ...