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Section 8 Housing

Section 8 provides affordable housing to millions of Americans each year. In fact, it is one of the most successful government programs for tenants and landlords. Although Section 8 refers to the part of...

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Food Stamps (SNAP)

According to USDA data, about forty-seven million people in the United States receive food stamps. The Federal Food Stamp Program, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program/SNAP–has helped low income people and families to buy...

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How to Repair a Credit Report

A negative credit history can have serious repercussions. Lenders may refuse to extend credit, but a bad credit report can also cause landlords to deny potential tenants and employers to reject applicants. The credit...

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Campaign Finance Reform in 2016

The influence of money on political matters has always been a prominent issue. Protesters were incensed when a 2010 decision by the Supreme Court found it unconstitutional to prohibit independent donations by unions and...

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Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Everyone with student loan debt wonders if there’s some secret method to discharging college loans. For some people, there is a way to make a student loan balance disappear, but there are several stipulations....

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Small Business Administration’s Lending Programs Falter

The Small Business Administration’s top priority is providing small business owners with the funds they need to continue to operate their enterprises. The amount of money that the administration received from the federal government...