Section 8

Tens of thousands of low-income renters nationwide could lose housing assistance, including many seniors and people with disabilities.
One has to look no further than the recent hepatitis A outbreak to see that elected officials’ failure to get up to speed
Location is king, but there are other important reasons for why you pay what you pay.
As anyone in Seattle knows, homelessness doesn't just hurt the homeless -- poor leadership, squandered opportunities and bureaucracy over the long term, hurts the taxpayer as well.
One way to address housing discrimination is by giving low-income families, who are disproportionately low-income, more opportunities to live in communities with greater resources. The Section 8 program is an important tool in that effort, but we need to do more than hand out vouchers to the fortunate few families.
When a woman in McKinney, Texas, told Tatiana Rhodes and her friends to “go back to your Section 8 homes” at a public pool
Many American children won't have a safe, stable home this holiday season. Homelessness among families with children isn't an intractable problem; federal rental assistance -- like the Housing Choice Voucher program -- is an effective solution. But funding is seriously inadequate and has faced significant cuts.
Phillip Andrew Morton's latest project, Spanish Lake, takes a serious look at the former, predominantly white-inhabited suburb of St. Louis.
According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, a renter in San Diego's Metropolitan Statistical Area would need
In a new budget agreement last fall, Congress replaced some of the voucher money, but in Rice's estimate it wasn't enough