William Gilmartin has led a life committed to public service. He spent over 44 years in Washington with the Army, Congressional offices, and reaching the level of Assistant Secretary of Congress and Intergovernmental Relations for HUD under President Clinton.
He recounts the leaders who worked across the aisle to strengthen HUD and make every effort to help families with affordable housing. Over time he’s seen housing drop off the Congressional radar, lost in a dark cloud of partisanship that only seems to be growing. He details what must change and the heroes who are that are pushing to make affordable housing the priority it ought to be.
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