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Historically black colleges and universities would get $50 billion to spend as they please.This bit of political purchasing power is estimated to cost $1.25 trillion over ten years.Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisThe Warren vs Sanders battle for liberal hearts Trump trails Biden, other 2020 Democrats in new poll 2020 Democrats upend digital campaign playbook MORE (D-Calif.) has a plan to give $100 billion to people, primarily African-Americans, who want to buy a home.If your annual family income is under $100,000 (or $125,000 in high cost areas) and you live in one of the  areas — usually majority-black — that were once ‘red-lined,’  you could get up to $25,000 to help with your down payment and closing costs on your home.Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerCenk Uygur: Here's how to choose a president 2020 Democrats push tax hike on wealthy investors Trump nominees meet fiercest opposition from Warren, Sanders, Gillibrand MORE (D-N.J.) has proposed that anyone with a rental cost that exceeds 30 percent of their income will have the difference paid for by the government, a.k.a. with other people’s taxes.It is estimated that 57 million people, including 17 million children, would be covered by this massive new subsidy program.

As said here by Judd Gregg, opinion contributor