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Federal Issues 2016-12-21T15:11:47+00:00
COHHIO works closely with our partners in Washington, like the National Low Income Housing Coalition and the National Alliance to End Homelessness, to monitor and influence federal policies on housing and homelessness.

Medicaid Expansion Key to Reduced Homelessness

Ohio’s move to expand Medicaid has been a critical factor in helping local efforts to prevent and reduce homelessness, according to a new report released today. The Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio’s (COHHIO) [...]

Washington Update

COHHIO, with the help of our national allies, has been monitoring the flurry of recent activity in Washington that herald dramatic and alarming changes on homelessness and housing issues in Ohio. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson [...]

Bill Faith’s Year End Message

At the close of a tumultuous year, Ohioans have reason to be thankful: we are finally seeing significant progress in the fight against homelessness in Ohio. Over the past five years, Ohio has made significant [...]

Recommendations For the President-elect

President-elect Trump has called for rebuilding American cities and proposed investing in our nation’s infrastructure in order to spur economic growth. This National Low Income Housing Coalition memo shows how making affordable housing investment part [...]

Stopgap Federal Spending Bill

Congress unveiled its plan to fund the federal government through the end of April to avert a government shutdown. The new short-term continuing resolution maintains the fiscal year 2017 spending cap of $1.07 trillion and [...]

Housing Advocates Offer Recommendations to Trump Transition Team

The Campaign for Housing and Community Development Funding (CHCDF), a coalition of 70 national housing, homeless, and community development organizations, sent President-elect Donald Trump's transition team a memo outlining a host of recommendations necessary to [...]