Senate, Senate Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Senate Jack Reed has offered an amendment that would provide equal OCO funds to NDD programs.
NJ Hill Day focused on policy priorities to create homes families can afford and end homelessness and invite members to the Congressional Reception.
Let us together break the silence and advocate for a budget that creates homes people can afford and makes ending homelessness in budget priority!
The Congressional Reception will now be on Wednesday, July 13th as the the House and Senate will be in session and we can focus on Stopping the Cuts.
On April 5, 2016, advocates from NJ concerned about the need for affordable homes will travel to Washington, DC for a Congressional Reception.
The omnibus spending bill is not perfect, or even acceptable, but it could have been a lot worse if the sequester spending caps were nor raised.
Ideological policy riders would threaten the passage of an omnibus that is critically needed to fund federal investments.
Congress has until December 11, when the current continuing resolution (CR) expires, to enact an omnibus spending bill or pass another CR.
NDD United encourages groups to become involved in the campaign and use the hashtags #cleanbudget with #noriders in social media.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016, advocates from NJ concerned about the needs for affordable homes will travel to DC for a Congressional Reception.