PoliticsBrickbat: Still Interested?

Brickbat: Still Interested?

In 1993, Jeanette Taylor, then a 19-year-old mother, applied for a housing voucher from the Chicago Housing Authority. The CHA responded in 2004 only to tell her she could not have her son on the lease. Taylor, now a city alderwoman, recently received a letter from the CHA in May saying she had made it to the top of the waiting list and asked if she still wanted the voucher.

Original Source Link


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Henry Ford Health, Acadia Healthcare Break Ground On Behavioral Health Hospital

Academic and integrated health system Henry Ford Health (Detroit) and behavioral healthcare company Acadia Healthcare (Franklin, Tenn.) broke...

Will Sackett v. EPA Clarify the Scope of Federal Regulatory Jurisdiction Over Wetlands?

On Monday, the first day of the new Supreme Court term, the justices will hear oral argument in Sackett...

Mifo O5 Plus Gen 2 earbuds review

The Mifo O5 Plus Gen 2 earbuds are the 2022 upgrade to their predecessor, the O5 Plus. With...

Incomes in Greater Philadelphia's 10 wealthiest ZIP codes surged at the start of the pandemic

Residents of Greater Philadelphia's 10 richest neighborhoods saw their incomes jump 7.4% in 2020 despite the widespread economic...

Alex Rodriguez FINALLY Shares His Thoughts On Ex Jennifer Lopez Marrying Ben Affleck!

No matter what, Alex Rodriguez still has nothing but love for Jennifer Lopez! As Perezcious readers will recall, the...

Must Read

watch NASA test its planetary defense system

By Michael Grothaus 2 minute ReadWe’ve seen the...

If It Pleases the Court

Court documents say former Brooklyn Surrogate Court judge...
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you