Gov't says $250M in grants going to tribal housing

Gov't says $250M in grants going to tribal housing

Housing Secretary Shaun Donovan says the government will offer more than $250 million in housing grants to American Indians and native Alaskans as part of the federal stimulus package.
The competitive grants can be used to purchase land, build new homes and retrofit existing homes to make them more energy efficient.
The money comes from the $787 billion stimulus plan signed into law Feb. 17 by President Obama.
Donovan said Wednesday the money could reduce crowding on reservations and improve living conditions for Native Americans across the country.

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