The Bush Administration's Section 8 Voucher Proposal
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This paper presents arguments opposed to the Bush Administration's proposal to convert the Section 8 voucher program into an aggregated block grant to the state.
From the Paper:"The Section 8 voucher program, which was started in 1976, helps approximately 2 million low-income families and people with special needs, such as the elderly and disabled, pay for rented housing. The program can also be used by these people to save up for down payments when purchasing housing. The program is administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, which currently distributes the funds to low-income families through public housing agencies."
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