Sen. Enzi Calls for Review and Bipartisan Reform of Federal Housing

Taxpayers fund more than 160 overlapping federal housing programs at an annual cost of more than $50 billion, but America still has too few homes for low-income families, according to Senate Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.). “With programs scattered across multiple federal agencies, the system leads to overlap and waste and actually limits resources that should be going to those in need,” Enzi told a budget panel hearing on the housing problem Wednesday. “We should undertake a serious, bipartisan review to find improvements to the system, and identify solutions and gather ideas about reform. This will allow these programs to work better for thoRead More From Source

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