I just read an article depicting the cost of rental housing relative to a workers hourly earnings. http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/realestate/the-hourly-wage-needed-to-rent-a-two-bedroom-home-in-every-state/ar-BBCRiHi So I wondered how the radical wings, which is all we seem to have right now, would address the issue behind closed doors. Like they do the people’s business in Washington. D.C. That is. Of course, this is for one wage earner? Then we have to get two people working to afford housing. Wait that was done in the Seventies. Well we can get the State and Federal government to pick up the difference. Wait that was done in the Sixties through … Continue reading What to do to fix the excess need for low income housing?