favorable interest rate on to those who are acquiring housing. A technique of this kind, through a bit more indirection, is already used to finance industrial development, and the provisions of housing should be equally important. Moreover, diligent inquiry into federal programs would probably disclose one or more sources of funds that would be available to help with the modest burden of creating the revolving fund.
Many observers are highly skeptical that Milwaukee governmental officials would be disposed to open housing in the City even if a way could be found to have open housing in the region. The way is outlined in this comment. The excuse for inaction has been removed. It remains to be seen whether the Milwaukee government has the will.
Donald G. Hagman
Associate Professor of Law and Assistant Director, Institute of Government and Public Affairs, UCLA
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