“I’m homeless, and my family is homeless,” Tanya Vera said, fighting back tears. “They’re destroying our communities. I just need help.”
Vera is a 49-year-old mother of two who’s been putting herself through California State University East Bay, studying hospitality management. She’s also disabled and currently scheduled for a major surgery. One of her daughters is recovering from a brain injury. Vera and her kids were living at the Bidwell Pointe apartments in Folsom, in a unit that’s part of the federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program, which subsidizes the construction of affordable housing for low- and moderate-income tenants.
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