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June 26, 2017: NHLP Submits Comments on Moving To Work Expansion

On June 5, NHLP submitted comments on behalf of HJN in response to HUD's notice on the Moving to Work Demonstration expansion. The comments focused on five areas of the Operations Notice that will have the greatest impact on tenants: waivers, resident participation, funding, regionalization, and evaluation.

June 23, 2017: A New Form of Predatory Lending is on the Rise - "Green" Loans Leave Vulnerable Homeowners in the Red

In recent years, the federal government and several state legislatures have created the legal framework for the marketing of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loans to residential homeowners to allow them to finance green upgrades like solar panels. While the concept of the PACE program looks good at first blush, the actual implementation has been a different story. Because of the way they are marketed and structured and because certain critical consumer protection laws are not being applied to them, residential PACE loans create a serious risk of foreclosure, particularly for low-income, senior and other vulnerable homeowners.

June 21, 2017: NHLP Partners with ChangeLab Solutions's The BLOCK to Explore the Intersection Between Housing and Health

NHLP is excited to share the launch of The BLOCK Project, an initiative from ChangeLab Solutions. Over the last year, NHLP has partnered with The BLOCK Project team to explore the relationship between health and housing. This week, ChangeLab Solutions introduced on Medium the Porch Light Debates, a series of provocative conversations illuminating tensions at the intersection of health and housing practices and highlighting the opportunities and challenges hospitals, public health departments, and housing authorities have to improve health equity. NHLP contributed a piece on access to justice as a public health strategy to reduce displacement and other negative effects of gentrification.

June 20, 2017: NHLP Executive Director Shamus Roller Speaks at CA Assembly Committee Hearing

On June 21, NHLP Executive Director Shamus Roller will speak at the inaugural hearing of the California Assembly Select Committee on Nonprofits. Shamus will discuss the economic and social impact of nonprofits in California.

June 19, 2017: NHLP Attends National Alliance for Safe Housing Meeting

NHLP's Supervising Attorney Karlo Ng is in Portland, Oregon for the annual meeting of the National Alliance for Safe Housing (NASH). NASH helps to inform and support the work of the Domestic Violence and Housing Technical Assistance Consortium, which consists of federal partners: the Department of Justice (OVW and Office for Victims of Crime), the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Health and Human Services (Family Violence Prevention and Services), as well as four technical assistance providers: District Alliance for Safe Housing, the National Network to End Domestic Violence, the National Resource Center for Domestic Violence, and Collaborative Solutions, Inc.

June 15, 2017: NY Appellate Court Strikes Down Groton, NY's Nuisance Ordinance

Today, NY Appellate Division Third Department issued a decision concluding that the Village of Groton, New York's nuisance ordinance was unconstitutional under the First Amendment. The court adopted many of the points raised in the amicus brief joined by NHLP discussing the negative impact on domestic violence survivors and in support of the landlord challenging the ordinance.

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