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For the FIRST TIME: Both North Carolina Senators Sign on as Cosponsors for AHCIA 2023

For the first time in the multi-year effort of passing a critical piece of federal legislation known as the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act of 2023 (AHCIA) – S.1557, H.R.3238, BOTH of North Carolina’s senators, Senator Thom Tillis, and Senator Ted Budd, have signed on as cosponsors. This has been a goal of the coalition for the last several years, and we are incredibly excited at the continued bipartisan support that this legislation is receiving.

We’d like to send a big THANK YOU to Senator Thom Tillis, and Senator Ted Budd for supporting this important piece of legislation that would have benefits nationwide, including in our beloved state of North Carolina.

See below for the current list (as of July 20, 2023) of North Carolina cosponsors:

Call to Action: The list below includes the remaining representatives from North Carolina that have yet to officially sign on as cosponsors for AHCIA 2023. If they represent your community and/or you have a relationship with them, please reach out to them and encourage them to sign on to cosponsor the AHCIA before they leave for summer recess. 

Representative Alma S. Adams – D – District 12
Representative Chuck Edwards – R – District 11
Representative Dan Bishop – R – District 8
Representative Deborah K. Ross – D – District 2
Representative Donald G. Davis – D – District 1
Representative Valerie P. Foushee- D – District 4
Representative Virginia Foxx – R – District 5

For questions reach out to Stephanie Watkins-Cruz, Director of Housing Policy at or Anna Patterson, Housing Policy Analyst at 

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Many thanks to our sponsors