February 18, 2005

LOCAL EFFECTS OF VOUCHER FUNDING SHORTFALLS

The state links below each connect to three tables providing local-level data on housing voucher cuts facing low-income families:

For background information on the voucher funding shortfalls and the methodology used to develop these estimates, see Appropriations Shortfall Cuts Funding For 80,000 Housing Vouchers This Year: Congress Rejected Deeper Reduction Sought By Administration and President’s Budget Would Restore Some Rental Vouchers Cut In 2005 But Reduce The Program Substantially In Future Years: 370,000 Fewer Families Could Receive Voucher Assistance By 2010.

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