Federal Issues2017-10-25T16:47:45-04:00
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.

Bill’s Summer Update

The Ohio Senate recently added an amendment to the budget that would dramatically increase taxes on affordable housing properties, jeopardizing the homes of 100,000s of vulnerable, low-income Ohioans. Needless to say, we are fighting this [...]

HOME-ARP Program Creates New Housing Opportunities

The American Rescue Plan Act makes a significant investment in long-term solutions to our homelessness crisis by allocating $5 billion through the HOME Investment Partnerships Program, with Ohio expecting $204 million. The HOME-ARP program represents [...]

Emergency Housing Vouchers Coming to Ohio

A new housing voucher program is one of many investments in housing access included in the American Rescue Plan. Since the pandemic, and its economic impact, have made matters so much worse for many Ohioans, [...]

Sign Here: Housing Is Infrastructure!

Congress and the White House are currently working on the Biden Administration’s infrastructure proposal, which calls for a $213 billion investment in housing. This proposed legislation presents a tremendous opportunity to significantly reduce the affordable [...]

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