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House Panel Approves Fiscal 2019 HUD Budget

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House Panel Approves Fiscal 2019 HUD Budget

The House Appropriations Committee approved $53.1 billion for HUD in fiscal 2019, which represents a $440 million, or 0.8% increase from fiscal 2018 levels and nearly $12 billion more than the Trump administration’s fiscal 2019 request.

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Administration Proposes $40 Million Cut for Rural Housing Programs

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Administration Proposes $40 Million Cut for Rural Housing Programs

The Trump administration has proposed a $15.4 billion package of spending cuts that includes a $42 million reduction for the Rural Housing Service (RHS).

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Congress Approves $1.3 Trillion Spending Package

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Congress Approves $1.3 Trillion Spending Package

Congress has approved a $1.3 trillion spending bill that will fund the federal government through the end of the current fiscal year, which expires Sept. 30. The sweeping appropriations legislation includes several areas of interest to the housing community.

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Short-Term Spending Bill Keeps the Government Open Through Jan. 19

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With the government funding set to run out on Dec. 22, Congress moved to approve a short-term continuing resolution to keep the lights on at federal agencies through Jan. 19.

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Senate Panel Approves $40.24 Billion HUD Budget for Fiscal 2018

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Senate Panel Approves $40.24 Billion HUD Budget for Fiscal 2018

The Senate-T-HUD Appropriations Subcommittee today approved $40.24 billion in appropriations for HUD for fiscal 2018, which starts Oct. 1. This is an increase of $1.4 billion above the current level.

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House Panel Set to Approve HUD Funding for Fiscal 2018

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House Panel Set to Approve HUD Funding for Fiscal 2018

The House T-HUD Appropriations Subcommittee is expected this evening to approve a spending bill for HUD for fiscal 2018, which starts Oct. 1, 2017.

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Trump Proposes $6.2 Billion Budget Cut to HUD

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Trump Proposes $6.2 Billion Budget Cut to HUD

President Trump today proposed a $4.09 trillion budget request for fiscal 2018, which begins on Oct. 1. The plan would slash HUD funding by $6.2 billion, or 13%, to $40.7 billion, and includes billions of dollars of cuts to other Cabinet agencies to help offset a proposed $54 billion increase in defense spending.

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Lawmakers Agree on Spending Package Through Sept. 30

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Lawmakers Agree on Spending Package Through Sept. 30

Congress has agreed to a massive spending bill to fund the federal government through Sept. 30, the end of fiscal year 2017.

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Congress Must Act this Week to Avoid a Government Shutdown

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Congress Must Act this Week to Avoid a Government Shutdown

The federal government will shut down at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 28 unless Democrats and Republicans work together to enact a continuing resolution that will keep the government open. At this time it is unclear whether lawmakers will seek a stopgap funding bill for a week or two until a long-term solution can be reached or enact a spending bill that will fund the government through Sept. 30 – the end of fiscal 2017 – at roughly the 2016 spending level.

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Temporary Measure Funds Federal Government Through April 28

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Temporary Measure Funds Federal Government Through April 28

With a stopgap fiscal 2017 bill to fund the federal government set to expire on Dec. 11, Congress today approved another continuing resolution that will extend current funding levels for most federal agencies through April 28.

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