State of the Union Address Reflects Quiet Shift in Housing Policy

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January 23, 2015

Once a means for the middle class to obtain economic security, homeownership is now the ends by which economic security is measured, writes Forbes contributor Nela Richardson.
 
In President Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, housing policy was barely mentioned – a big change from the speeches delivered by former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton when addressing middle-class economics.
 
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