Why Congress should preserve the Low Income Housing Tax Credit

09/10/2013 | Roll Call (free content)

As Congress considers comprehensive tax reform, lawmakers should preserve the Low Income Housing Tax Credit, the best possible way to promote affordable housing, writes former Rep. Rick Lazio, R-N.Y., who now is a trustee of Enterprise Community Partners and a partner at Jones Walker. "The housing credit promotes job growth, strengthens communities, leverages private capital, encourages federalism, sidesteps bureaucracies and holds stakeholders accountable," he writes.

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