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Phoenix to get nearly $40 million housing grant (access required)

The city of Phoenix is getting a nearly $40 million grant from a housing and economic recovery law passed by Congress during the summer. The money could be used to provide buyer assistance for foreclosed homes, rehabilitate homes that become blighted after abandonment and demolish homes that are beyond repair. The city had expected about ...

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