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New Haven officials are considering a proposed 500-unit apartment complex for the city’s waterfront.

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Connecticut has ramped up distribution of federal rental assistance following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that blocks a temporary moratorium on evictions set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced changes to the state's Emergency Rental Assistance Program on Wednesday.

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Riverhead officials have proposed a change to town rental code that would require landlords to only rent to tenants who resemble a “traditional family.” Fair housing advocates urged them to reject the proposal at a public hearing this week.

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As housing advocates call on Congress to take action after the federal eviction moratorium expired July 31, a new report suggests a lack of funding has created a backlog in low-income families and people in poverty receiving federal housing assistance. On Long Island, some people seeking housing vouchers to live in Brookhaven wait for assistance for over nine years — among the longest reported wait times in the country.