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Videos from the Congressional Reception

Brian Kulas and Senator Robert Menendez

21 Videos from the Congressional Reception Videos are on Youtube

We are pleased to share 21 Congressional Reception videos from the July 26, 2017 event where 450 New Jersey advocates attended NJ Hill Day to advocate for No Housing Cuts.

All of the Congressional Reception videos were taken by Jay Everett. Please share and/or use them on your website, social media or other materials. All we ask is to credit the source and person.

To view, like and share on the public YouTube gallery on click here.

Over the next few weeks we will be doing individual posts about the speakers and the video when the spoke.

The following members attended:

The following members sent senior staff:

The following members did not take part:

Due to low spending limits, the draft U.S. House of Representatives Transportation Housing and Urban Development (T-HUD) Appropriations Committee bill, released earlier this month, provides at least $1.5 billion less than what is needed. This proposed funding level will not ensure that every household in New Jersey currently receiving housing remain in their homes.

The funding cuts in the House Bill are not as deep as President Trump’s proposed budget released in May. However, the bill significantly cuts funding that New Jersey relies on for critical affordable housing resources that rebuild the lives of extremely low income seniors, people with disabilities, families with children, veterans, and other vulnerable population.

You can follow the coverage of the Congressional Reception in the news on Twitter and Facebook at #NJHillDay, #NoHousingCuts and #OurHomesOurVoices as well as on our website.


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