Congress passed its final FY17 spending bill on March 4, ending months of uncertainty. The bill passed with bipartisan support in both chambers by a vote of 309-118 in the House and 79-18 in the Senate and was then signed by President Donald Trump. For details on FY17 funding levels for affordable housing and community development programs, see NLIHC's analysis here.
Advocates Secure Increased Funding for Housing and Community Development in Final FY21 Spending Bill
House and Senate leaders released today a final bill to fund affordable housing and community development programs at HUD and USDA as part of a larger omnibus package for fiscal year (FY) 2021.…December 21, 2020
The House of Representatives passed on December 8 a one-week continuing resolution (CR) to extend current funding for federal agencies and programs through December 18. The bill (H.R. 8900) passed…December 14, 2020
Congressional leaders are moving quickly to negotiate final details in a bipartisan COVID-19 relief package to provide critical aid, including $25 billion in emergency rental assistance and a…December 7, 2020