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Don't let tax reform pull plug on crucial housing programs

As the Trump administration prepares to tackletax reform, many bankers hope that a new tax policy will respect the important role of tax-assisted community development programs in encouraging business investment in distressed neighborhoods. Preserving and expanding these high-impact programs can provide a pathway to broader economic growth.

Across the country, financial institutions are working closely with local partners, who are actively engaged in transforming communities to create jobs

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