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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