NLIHC in the News for the Week of June 10

The following are some of the news stories that NLIHC contributed to during the week of June 10. Hundreds of news stories featured information and data from NLIHC’s Out of Reach: The High Cost of Housing 2018 report, which was released on June 13. Here are just a few:

  • “Report: Modest Rental Homes Out of Reach for Many in Vermont,” US News & World Report, June 15 at:
  • “Minimum wage doesn't cover the rent anywhere in the U.S.,” CBS News, June 14 at:
  •  “SF's minimum wage earners would need to work 171.5 hours per week to afford 'fair market' rental,” SF Gate, June 14 at:   
  • “A minimum-wage worker can’t afford a 2-bedroom apartment anywhere in the U.S.,” The Washington Post, June 13 at:    
  • “Bleak New Figures Show Just How Unaffordable Rent Is In Every U.S. State,” The Huffington Post, June 13 at: