This is the year to end the sequester. If we do not do it this year it will become permanent and its impact will grow.
As far as an endgame one option that would slash domestic spending in FY14 with the hope of additional cuts replacing the next 2 years of the sequester.
These five organizations will help provide individuals and families throughout our state with unbiased, clear information – not only about the marketplace plans, but also Medicaid and CHIP options.
A speech that could have spoken to all would have called for funding for the only solution to the affordable rental housing shortage – the National Housing Trust Fund.
We need to support affordable rental housing and keep up our fight against homelessness because nobody in America should be left to live on the streets.
HUD is committed to our mission of building strong and healthy communities across the country and promoting information about the Affordable Care Act with the people we serve.
HCDNNJ, Fair Share Housing and NJ Future are sending a letter of recommendations to HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan and the President’s Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force.
The Senate allocation for the Transportation, Housing & Urban Development (THUD) Subcommittee is expected to be higher than the $44 billion the House recently allocated.
On May 29th, the NJ Department of Community Affairs was awarded 75 new VASH vouchers valued at $665,055. The Lyons VA Medical Center will provide supportive services.
Over the next two and a half years, HUD will consolidate its field employees, who currently work in 50 offices, down to 10, affecting 900 employees.