Senator's Bill Would Eliminate Tax-Credit Hurdle

Barnett, Susanna Duff
July 2004
Bond Buyer;7/27/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31934, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that U.S. Senator Blanche Lincoln has proposed a legislation that is identical to a House Bill that would eliminate what critics say is an unneeded requirement in the low-income housing tax credit program. Aims of the bill; List of affordable housing advocacy groups who supported the bill; Helpfulness of the bill in improving the overall efficiency of the housing program.


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