The House Ways and Means oversight subcommittee proposed a series of changes Thursday to make the low-income housing credit more effective.

Members who support the tax credit hope the largely technical changes will deflect committee Chairman Bill Archer's efforts to repeal it. A letter urging the Texas Republican to preserve the program was signed by 23 of the committee's 39 members and released after the hearing.

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