US government proposes rent raise on federally subsidised housing

Under the Trump Administration's plan, some of the poorest families may end up paying three times as much in rent.

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    About two million people in the United States, who are on low incomes and receive housing assistance are now expected to pay a lot more for their homes.

    Under the Trump Administration's plan, some of the poorest families may end up paying three times as much in rent.

     

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey has more.


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