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Local Estimates of Public Housing Capital Fund Cuts Under House GOP Bill

March 7, 2011

The 2011 funding proposal (H.R. 1) that the House of Representatives passed on February 19 would reduce public housing capital funding by nearly $1.1 billion, or 43 percent, compared to the 2010 level. This cut would prevent local housing agencies from carrying out needed repairs to public housing developments, such as replacing boilers or fixing roofs.

To read the associated report, House Spending Bill Renews Most Low-Income Rental Assistance but Would Undercut Efforts to Reduce Homelessness and Meet Other Critical Housing Needs, click here.

Click on the state abbreviations below to see how communities in your state are affected:

Estimated Public Housing Capital Fund Cuts Under House GOP Bill
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