Both the House and Senate are currently debating the HUD Appropriations Bill (known as T-HUD) for Fiscal Year 2014. As we previously reported, the base senate bill funds HUD programs at significantly higher levels than the House bill. For this reason CSH supports the Senate bill, and opposes the House bill in its current form.
HUD, affordable housing programs get a boost in latest congressional spending bill. While Trump’s budget cut funding for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by 18.3 percent.
House bill guts National Housing Trust Fund, threatens fair housing. On June 9, the House approved, by a 216 to 210 vote, its THUD FY16 funding bill (H.R. 2577). The bill provides $42 billion for HUD, which is $1 billion above the FY15 enacted level but $3 billion less than the President requested in his budget.
The House Appropriations Subcommittee that oversees funding levels for affordable housing and community development programs at HUD will vote today on a draft fiscal year (fy) 2018 spending bill that significantly underfunds federal investments that serve low income people and communities. The full.
HUD funds would be cut more severely: H.R. 1 would eliminate two-thirds of the funding for CDBG and more than two-thirds for Section 202 and Section 811. It would eliminate housing counseling funds and would reduce funding for HOME, public housing, and Native American housing. It would continue funding for the Rural Innovation Fund and SHOP.
A dozen mayors from across the country released a letter Thursday warning that the Trump administration’s proposed $1.3 billion cut to the. the poor. In all, the budget proposal released in May.
· Get full access to The Modesto Bee content across all your devices.. in December that HUD would reduce its funding by the $385,135 for the 2018-19 budget year.. will not cut back its.
Trump administration considers $6 billion cut to HUD budget – The Trump administration has considered more than $6 billion in cuts at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, according to preliminary budget documents obtained by The Washington Post. a.
Trump budget proposal would decimate HUD funding The proposal is more extreme than last year’s budget, but like last year’s, this budget is unlikely to pass By Jeff Andrews Feb 12, 2018, 5.