President Donald Trump announced his intention to nominate Neal Rackleff to be the assistant secretary for HUD’s Office of Community Planning and Development. Mr. Rackleff has served as the director of Houston's Housing and Community Development Department. According to a White House announcement, during his tenure Houston became the first major city to effectively end veteran homelessness while chronic homelessness declined more than 70%. Mr. Rackleff is a partner at the Locke Lord law firm where he focuses on community and economic development, affordable housing, and inner-city revitalization.
Point of View: HUD “Mixed-Status” Immigration Rule is Based on a Lie – by NLIHC President and CEO Diane Yentel
Last week, HUD proposed to evict families with undocumented immigrants in their households from public and other subsidized housing. Over fifty thousand deeply poor children – all US citizens or…May 13, 2019
Trump Administration Publishes Proposed “Mixed-Status” Rule that Would Lead to Family Separations and Evictions for Certain Immigrant Families
HUD published a proposed rule in the Federal Register on May 10 that would lead to thousands of “mixed-status” immigrant families that have members who are undocumented or otherwise ineligible for…May 13, 2019
NLIHC recently held a webinar for residents of subsidized housing on the public housing-related provisions of HUD’s proposed revisions to Section 3 regulations. During the webinar, public housing and…May 13, 2019