HUD Announces Nearly $90 Million to Make Low-income Families’ Homes Safer and Healthier

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“Today, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced nearly $90 million available to reduce residential health hazards for low-income families, including lead-based paint hazards, carbon monoxide, mold, radon, fire safety, and asbestos, advancing President Biden’s Lead Pipe and Paint Action Plan. With this investment, since 1993, HUD has made more than $3.5 billion available to protect children, families, and individuals from exposure to lead and other hazards in their homes.”

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