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.
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The Trump administration published a proposed rule on May 10 that would prohibit “mixed-status” immigrant families from living in public and other subsidized housing (see related article in this Memo…May 13, 2019
The House Appropriations Committee approved, by a party-line vote of 30-22, spending limits for its fiscal year (FY) 2020 spending bills on May 8. For FY20, the Committee would provide the…May 13, 2019
The Trump administration proposed a rule on April 17 that would prohibit undocumented immigrants from living in subsidized housing. Under the proposed rule, HUD will require expanded use of the…April 22, 2019