A very real potential effect is that poor families who rely on aid through the TANF could lose their job training funding and child care subsidies.
center for budget and policy priorities
Policymakers have cut non-defense discretionary programs more deeply than defense since 2010, when they began efforts to shrink deficits, and this will continue in 2014.
Robert Greenstein, the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) Founder and President, posted a commentary on the House proposed SNAP cuts on CBPP’s website.
Housing Choice Vouchers are a critical resource for community efforts to end homelessness, yet sequestration has sharply reduced the number of vouchers available in most communities.
As the HUD Budget Call-In Week continues, it is critical to reach out to our congressional delegation to encourage them to increase HUD funding, including the McKinney-Vento program.