Kansas Bill Provides Money for New Housing

By: 13 News
By: 13 News

A bill signed by the governor will set aside $28 million over the next seven years for a new housing program.

The relief would initially go to disaster-stricken communities to help residents rebuild their homes.

In two years, rural communities that lack enough affordable housing also would be eligible for some of that money.

This bill is a response to last year's disasters.

The new law takes effect next week, setting aside $4 million each year until 2014.

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