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Federal Policy Ripple Effects: Impacts on Affordable Housing

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California Endowment

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Don't miss SCANPH's federal policy workshop featuring three top experts flying in from DC to share their insights on the federal outlook. Better yet, UCLA Professor Chris Tausanovitch will now join the discussion to share his research-based expertise on effective federal advocacy strategies and the likelihood of tax reform.

As the new administration takes the reins and Republicans control Congress, now is the time for advocates and stakeholders in the affordable housing community to prepare for potentially worrisome changes in the federal landscape that could have a material impact on financing and production of affordable housing. Experts will discuss:

*Potential effects of tax reform on the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC)
*Financial regulatory reform
*The future of HUD programs
*Lobbying efforts and strategies to elevate industry interests

February 8, 2017
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
The California Endowment, Redwood Room
Federal Policy Ripple Effects: Impacts on Affordable Housing

Speakers:
Alan Greenlee, Executive Director, SCANPH (MODERATOR)
Kristin Siglin, Senior Vice President, Policy at Housing Partnership Network
Peter Lawrence, Director, Public Policy & Government Relations at Novogradac & Company
Andrew Jakabovics, Senior Director, Policy Development and Research at Enterprise Community Partners
Chris Tausanovitch, Assistant Professor of Political Science, UCLA

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