Vouchers Are More Costly than PHA Reform, Study Says

A recent report by the Center on Policy and Budget Priorities (CPBP) claims that reforming public housing is less costly than increasing the number of rental assistance vouchers.

CPBP, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit think tank, found that the cost of modernization and operating subsidies is 8 percent less than the price of providing replacement vouchers to individuals.

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