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Mel Martinez to the post during his administration. Martinez ended up becoming a housing advocate through his role as secretary, CityLab wrote. The bigger concern with Carson is that he could be a do-nothing secretary, the article said, and the Trump administration could cut funding for the agency. “All the existing programs that we’re so dependent on for building affordable housing in this country could be thrown in the air or dismantled,” Melora Hiller, the CEO for Grounded Solutions Network, told CityLab. “Decades and decades of programs could be dismantled.” Locally, Gerhart, of the Fair Housing Action Center, tried to sound an optimistic note for what Carson’s appointment could mean for New Orleans. She said that his appointment underscored the need for advocacy at the local level. “I think this election forces advocates to focus on local progress and the gains that can be made at the state or city level,” Gerhart said in a statement. “Luckily, New Orleans has been a national leader in efforts to affirmatively further fair housing and undo the effects of segregation, and I have every hope that we don’t roll back that progress. Now more than ever, the work that we do as a city matters.” . .
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