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  • Sequestration Could Cut Housing Vouchers for as Many as 185,000 Low-Income Families by the End of 2014
    Douglas Rice
    November 6, 2013

    Because of the sequestration cuts instituted on March 1 of this year, state and local housing agencies are facing substantial shortfalls in funding to renew the Housing Choice Vouchers that more than 2.1 million low-income households use to rent modest private-market housing at an affordable cost.  If Congress does not cancel sequestration as part of …
  • Senate HUD Funding Bill Reverses Harmful Sequestration Cuts in Housing Assistance
    Douglas Rice
    July 19, 2013

    Related files Report without appendices (12pp.) Table A: Housing Choice Voucher Cuts, by State (2pp.) Table B: Public Housing Operating and Capital Fund Cuts, by State (2pp.) Table C: HOME Funding Cuts, by State (2pp.) Table D: Community Development Block Grant Cuts, by State Table E: Emergency Solutions Grant Cuts, by State, 2013 As early as next week, the House and Senate will consider separate bills to fund the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for fiscal year 2014.  The stark …
  • Sequestration Could Deny Rental Assistance to 140,000 Low-Income Families
    Douglas Rice
    April 2, 2013

    The budget cuts known as “sequestration,” initiated on March 1, will likely force state and local housing agencies to cut the number of low-income families using Housing Choice Vouchers to afford housing by roughly 140,000 by early 2014.[1]   This represents a sharp break from Congress’ bipartisan commitment — …
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