The House plans to introduce a full-year FY14 stopgap funding measure, at the relatively low $967 billion topline spending level outlined in the initial House FY14 Budget Resolution.
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The NOFA, and the cuts it contains, offers a unique opportunity to get a very strong message to Congress: cuts to homeless assistance programs are simply unacceptable.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) urged his House colleagues to stick to the $967 billion spending level outlined in the initial House FY 2014 Budget Resolution.
On October 7th, 75 people participated in a forum held by HNPC and Congressman Andrews and voiced their concerns and their experiences relating to federal budget cuts.
Priced out of their Section 8 apartments, they do not have the money for moving expenses or a security deposit and face uncertainty about where they will live.