FEATURE-Hoping to reduce segregation, U.S. revamps housing subsidy for the poor
Contributed by NAMPA / Reuters.
By Carey L. Biron
Washington, Feb 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tiara
Moore, a public-school bus aide, has been living with her uncle
and young daughter in a high-crime, high-poverty part of Chicago
— and she's wanted to move.
Her top choice is DuPage County, just outside Chicago and
closer to where her mother lives, but moving has not been easy
because the size of the housing assistance she receives from the
federal government has limited her choices.