US grants $ 105 million to eliminate dangers of low-income households By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A pedestrian walks past the Department of Housing and Urban Development at the start of the third day of a federal government shutdown in Washington, United States, January 22, 2018. REUTERS / Joshua Roberts

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Biden administration on Wednesday awarded $ 105 million in grants to nonprofit groups and state and local governments in 29 states to protect children and families from home health risks such as lead-based paint, mold and carbon monoxide.

The Ministry of Housing and Urban Development said the grants would help grantees identify and address health and safety risks in some 7,400 households of families with income at or below 80% of income level. median of the region.

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