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SF public housing privatization threatens tenants and union workers

May 1, 2014

The plan to privatize and sell our public housing projects in San Francisco and across the nation is harmful to the poor, elderly and disabled, including the thousands of union workers who have spent years maintaining our public housing units. Thousands of union workers are presently facing job losses due to public housing privatization schemes.

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'Uphill Struggle' 'Stop Ellis Act evictions' by Ronnie Goodman, web

Public housing privatization and Ellis Act evictions are stealing our homes, our lives

February 24, 2014

Calls have flooded the POOR Magazine office from families and elders in desperate search for help and support to battle land thieves that utilize the Ellis Act to break laws that are in place to “protect the people” but that are overlooked or flat out ignored. As the hipster-techies invade the once family-oriented “City by the Bay,” the families and elders who contributed to the life of the Bay Area now watch helplessly as our homes are being stolen from us.

Democrats cave in to another round of sequestration budget cuts

October 1, 2013

The attack on low-income families in the Section 8 voucher program (Housing Choice Voucher Program) in Oakland, Berkeley, San Francisco and across the nation intensified Sept. 27 when the U.S. Senate voted to continue with the catastrophic across-the-board budget cuts known as sequestration with their vote for the Reid-Mikulski Amendment No. 1974 to House Joint Resolution 59.

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Eighth Annual Citgo-Venezuela Heating Oil Program launched

February 2, 2013

On Jan. 31 CITGO Petroleum Corp. President and CEO Alejandro Granado and Citizens Energy Corp. Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy II launched the eighth annual CITGO-Venezuela Heating Oil Program with the first heating oil delivery of this winter’s initiative. The program has become a humanitarian symbol of unity between the people of Venezuela and those in need in the United States.

HUD housing programs at risk locally and across the nation

January 26, 2013

Massive spending cuts to the nation’s federal housing programs are scheduled to go into effect on March 1, 2013, threatening thousands of low-income families in Oakland and other Bay Area cities with higher rent than they can pay. Additionally, several hundred thousand or more low-income families all across the nation could lose their vouchers.

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Budget cuts, pathway to homelessness

May 4, 2011

With the passing of HR 1473, which cut around $38 billion from the nation’s domestic programs, the Republicans smell blood. They want even deeper budget cuts to the programs and are scheming to make the rich even richer.

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