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House Passes Omnibus Appropriations Bill; Mixed Bag for Federal Housing Programs

12 December 2014
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National Housing Conference

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the federal omnibus appropriations bill late on December 11, setting FY15 funding levels for a dozen federal agencies, including the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The funding levels included in the omnibus bill negotiated by Congress and the White House offer a mixed bag for housing and homeless assistance programs. While most programs are funded at levels close to prior years, advocates have warned that these levels - particularly for the voucher programs – will be insufficient to maintain current assistance levels. 

National Housing Conference has some preliminary analysis available on their Open House Blog – click here to read the post. 

Click here to read the statement released by the National Low Income Housing Coalition. 

Click here to read a summary of the major HUD provisions by the Center of Budget and Policy Priorities.