Note: Adjusted for inflation. Key HUD programs include Tenant-Based Rental Assistance, Project-Based Rental Assistance, Public Housing Capital and Operating Funds, CDBG, HOME, Section 202, and Section 811. A significant share of the FY23 increase was the result of earmarks for CDBG, which are unlikely to directly address housing affordability challenges for the lowest-income renters.
Congress Passes and President Biden Signs into Law Debt Ceiling Agreement Capping Federal Spending Programs for Two Years
Congress passed and President Joe Biden signed into law the “Fiscal Responsibility Act,” an agreement to lift the federal debt ceiling until 2025 in exchange for capping federal spending programs at…June 5, 2023
Federal Housing Finance Agency Announces Opportunity to Advance Tenant Protections; NLIHC Urges Advocates to Weigh In!
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced a Request for Input (RFI) regarding ways the agency can create and enforce renter protections for households living in rental properties with…June 5, 2023
NLIHC Submits Comment on CFPB and FTC Request for Information on Tenant Screening Practices
NLIHC submitted a comment on May 30 in response to a Request for Information (RFI) released by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The RFI solicits…June 5, 2023