The House and Senate have convened a conference committee that will likely focus on whether to replace some of the sequestration cuts in place for fiscal year 2014
Focus of Federal Government Has Shifted In an October 25, 2013 Rooflines blog post, Allan Mallach, National Housing Institute senior fellow, writes, “The Fed Bows Out: We’re On Our Own.” Many would agree that the conversation about the federal government has changed over the past few weeks. Argues Mallach, the recent federal government shutdown signifies […]
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.
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.
Citing limited floor time because of the Syria debate, House leaders announced on September 2, 2013 that they would not resume consideration of the THUD bill in September.