Urban Research Monitor HUD
March/April 2000Vol. 5 · Issue 1
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Housing Assistance and Welfare Reform: Uncertain Linkages

The Increasing Use of TANF and State Matching Funds to Provide Housing Assistance to Families Moving from Welfare to Work
Barbara Sard and Jeff Lubell
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 2000

The Home Front: Implications of Welfare Reform for Housing Policy
Sandra J. Newman, ed.
The Urban Institute Press, 1999