Congress Expands Program Giving Housing Authorities More Autonomy Local participants in Moving to Work, a Department of Housing and Urban Development program, like the freedom. But critics say the program doesn't benefit the individuals who rely on those agencies.
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Congress Expands Program Giving Housing Authorities More Autonomy

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Congress Expands Program Giving Housing Authorities More Autonomy

Congress Expands Program Giving Housing Authorities More Autonomy

Congress Expands Program Giving Housing Authorities More Autonomy

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Congress expanded a Department of Housing and Urban Development program called "Moving to Work" that gives local housing authorities increased autonomy. Longtime participants, such as the Pittsburgh housing authority, like the freedom. But not everyone agrees that the program benefits the people who rely on those agencies.