Kane Brown went to capitol hill yesterday to addresss the U.S. about the rental housing crisis across the U.S. Low income families are facing a difficult time finding affordable housing and making ends meet as housing costs have risen across the country.
Brown told the Senate: “We lived in eight or nine different houses, and six or seven different apartments growing up. I was working at Lowes and Target then FedEx, and still did not have enough money to pay rent on my own. “As a country we can do better. Our home should be a source of stability, not insecurity. This issue is personal for me … even with a steady paycheck I couldn’t pay rent.”
Brown has partnered with the group, Make Room, to raise awareness about the housing crisis in this country.