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If the Election Produces No Clear Winner, the Military Is Definitely Not the Answer | Mises Wire

Last month, retired generals John Nagl and Paul Yingling wrote an open letter to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Milley claiming that the military ought to be ready to intervene to remove Donald Trump from the presidency if he loses. 1,318 more words

HUD Publishes Guidance on RAD and CARES Act Funding

Earlier today, HUD published PIH 2020-26, titled “Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) – Supplemental COVID-19 Guidance.” This notice does two things. First, in obligating operating funds for a RAD conversation in the first calendar year in which a housing assistance payment (HAP) contract is effective, this notice states that the project is eligible to receive up to the CARES Act operating fund grant amount provided (prorated by the number of ACC units converted and removed from PIC). 40 more words

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HUD PIH to Hold Call on CARES Act Reporting Requirements and CDC Eviction Notice Declaration

In an email sent earlier today, HUD’s Office of Public and Indian Housing (PIH) announced that it will hold a call to discuss CARES Act reporting requirements and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) eviction notice order. 75 more words

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A long wait for your property back

There’s been another government announcement for landlords on ending tenancies. You might have seen the first two points coming but point three perhaps wasn’t expected and it is significant. 436 more words

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National: Universal Housing Assistance (United States)

The following post discusses the current state of Federal housing assistance in the United States, ongoing efforts to make rental assistance an entitlement available to all qualifying households in the era of COVID-19, and why Housing Choice Vouchers is not the right model for a universal housing assistance program. 1,286 more words