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Housing Markets and Housing First

Where do "housing first" policies to address homelessness succeed or fail? Vanessa Brown Calder is coauthor of a new Cato briefing paper examining several of these attempts to make permanent housing a prerequisite for other assistance.

Briefing Paper: Housing Markets First: Housing Supply and Affordability Are Key to Reducing Homelessness

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