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Big Tech’s Affordable Housing Push Doesn’t Let Them off the Hook

In the face of Microsoft’s announcement of a large allocation for loans to help middle- and low-income families meet the costs of housing. People working in affordable housing across the country, including John Duda, have called attention to the fact that this is not a long-term solution. 

Publication date: 2019-01-17
Parent publication: Next City
Publication URL: https://nextcity.org/daily/entry/big-techs-affordable-housing-push-doesnt-let-them-off-the-hook

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