(St. Paul, MN) — A proposed rental voucher program is aimed at slashing public housing waitlists. Lawmakers in the Democrat-controlled House and Senate say the program would ensure low-income Minnesotans don’t spend more than 30-percent of their income on rent. Officials say housing demand is far outstripping supply, that there is a significant racial gap in homeownership, and that the problem of homelessness is worsening. The program would cost around one-point-seven billion dollars a year.
Proposed Rental Voucher Program Aimed At Slashing Public Housing Waitlists
By Ashley Hanley|2023-01-12T05:49:48-06:00January 12th, 2023|