NY can help homeowners — and save money

The state must allocate $20 million a year in the state budget permanently to fund the Homeowner Protection Program, or it would virtually disappear overnight.


Newsday Editorial by Michael Wigutow (Senior Staff Attorney for the Nassau Suffolk Law Services) and Ian Wilder (Executive Director at Long Island Housing Service).


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