EXCERPT: “The Minneapolis Public Housing Authority is going to offer some carrots to get landlords to accept low-income tenants. Come May, however, they’ll also have a stick. In testimony before the Community Development Committee of the Minneapolis City Council this week, the authority’s leadership detailed a series of incentives and policy changes meant to remove reasons cited in the past by landlords for not taking Section 8 tenants, who pay rent with the help of government-subsidized housing vouchers.” FULLSTORY: