The Homes for All Coordinating Team has submitted a letter urging Speaker Hortman and Majority Leader Gazelka to include funding for homelessness and homelessness prevention as part of the state's response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Read the letter here.
In politics and public opinion, affordable housing is at a tipping point, capturing attention in the media and securing bipartisan support at all levels of government. At the Minnesota state legislature, Homes for All has been successful in informing and galvanizing advocates from across the state to encourage their lawmakers to support increased investments and smart policies that support the full housing continuum.
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@AgateServicesMN @AinDahYungCtr @AlignMPLS @AvenuesforYouth @AvivoMN @cctwincitiesorg @chumduluth @Churches_United… https://t.co/ax9yoE1Yw040 minutes ago Reply Retweet Favorite
RT @RepKeeler: Fighting to end Homelessness is a team effort, and this team is full of passion and purpose. We have the opportunity to ma…21 hours, 36 minutes ago Reply Retweet Favorite
And, we once again want to thank @RepKeeler for championing and supporting these provisions both in the Pathway Hom… https://t.co/p3YNjLl09p23 hours, 14 minutes ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Today, a bunch of our members testified in front of the House Children & Families Committee restating the need for… https://t.co/OpAtkjhhIx23 hours, 20 minutes ago Reply Retweet Favorite
RT @Homes4AllMN: NOW, the Minnesota Senate is debating HF 1440 to provide immediate emergency rental assistance for Minnesotans across the…2 days, 17 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite