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RESULTS U.S. Poverty Monthly Policy Forum - Shared screen with speaker view
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
22:59
Good evening everyone, Karyne Bury, joining you all from Hollywood, FL
James Lee
23:34
Good evening everyone, James Lee Charlotte NC
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
23:51
Hello James, great to see you on tonight!
Shaun Curry
30:16
https://www.theamericanconservative.com/in-defense-of-rent-subsidies/
Shaun Curry
30:22
sorry read this the other day...:)
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
30:45
Thanks for sharing Shaun
Virginia Vogts
32:08
Can you please give us that link as well?
Beth Wilson
39:11
Is this an annual amount credit or a monthly amount?
Lynne Patalano
39:38
Good question Beth!
Beth Wilson
41:12
Does this apply to those who do not itemize their taxes?
Virginia Vogts
44:40
Sometimes people say the RTC will just contribute to raising rents by landlords. How will this be controlled?
Leslie Weinberg
49:56
Where I live, whenever our Social Security goes up, so does our Rent. Leslie
Leslie Weinberg
56:17
Depending on our incomes and expenses, where I live we can get Rent Rebates as well.
Beth Wilson
57:20
Seems like living without housing is a symptom of something else - lack of sufficient affordable housing? Bad design of our economy? Housing market structure? Would be good to treat the cause as well as the symptom.
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
57:58
Our Fall Campaign Resources page includes links to resources to talk about the Renters Tax Credit (and more!) along with a tracker of state RTCs https://results.org/resources/2022-fall-campaign-resources/
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him/his)
59:06
In light of the information we just shared with you , what would be most helpful to hear about or learn from this topic as we approach the end of the year and the beginning of a new Congress?
Maureen Bowling
59:57
Thanks everyone!