Bowser and D.C. Council offer competing visions on affordable-housing crisis | Washington Post

May 22, 2019
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On May 22, 2019, D.C. Policy Center Executive Director Yesim Sayin Taylor was quoted in a Washington Post article on affordable housing funding in the 2019 D.C. budget:

“Yesim Sayin Taylor of the D.C. Policy Center, a centrist think tank, said rental vouchers can be looked at as an operating subsidy for affordable-housing developments, as opposed to capital subsidies at a project’s outset.”

Read more: Bowser and D.C. Council offer competing visions on affordable-housing crisis | Washington Post

Related: Taking Stock of the District’s Housing Stock: The Full Report | D.C. Policy Center

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