Funding HUD’s housing programs at FY14 levels could force cutbacks in assistance increasing rents and stagnating incomes for the poorest households.
NJ voted along party lines with all six Republicans voting in favor and all Democrats except Congressman Holt, who did not vote, voting no.
With few days left on the Congressional calendar, chances are slim for action on legislation that would fund the National Housing Trust Fund.
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In NJ, 30 units are affordable for every 100 for households below 30% of AMI and for those below 15% of AMI, only 17 affordable units per 100.