OSAH Campaign Sends Letter to Congress Urging Leaders to Reject Budget Cuts

The Opportunity Starts at Home (OSAH) campaign sent a letter to Congress on April 21 urging congressional leaders to reject any proposal to cut domestic spending, including investments in affordable housing and homelessness, or to reduce housing benefits by imposing arbitrary time limits, work requirements, or rent increases. Signatories of the letter included 31 leading national organizations from an array of sectors, such as the Catholic Health Association of the United States; CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Centers; Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance; Poverty & Race Research Action Council; National Education Association; and UnidosUS. Read the letter here