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Tax Policy as Housing Policy: The EITC's Potential to Make Housing More Affordable for Working Families
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Despite the economic prosperity of the late 1990s, housing became less affordable for
millions of working families. Because current housing programs cannot fully close the
affordability gap, policymakers should consider expanding support in the tax code for working families to help a greater number meet the high and rising costs of housing. (Authors)
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2003
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