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EEFA Sign On Letters in Support of Federal Programs

EEFA Sign On Letters

Preceding the passage of the new tax bill, EEFA states sent sign on letters explaining the importance of federal programs like the Housing Credit, Section 8 project-based rental assistance, Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, Private Activity Tax Exempt Bonds and the Weatherization Assistance Program to their representatives. Copies of all the sign on letters can be found below.

Year: 
2017
Resource File: 
AttachmentSize
PDF icon Sign On Letters 2017.pdf1.08 MB
Categories: 
Regulations and Policies
Tags: 
Federal Policy

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