After the Election: What the DC Budget Debate Means for Housing Opportunity...

After the Election: What the DC Budget Debate Means for Housing Opportunity for PA’s Most Vulnerable Citizens

November 5, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — After the November 6 elections, Congress will reconvene for a “Lame Duck” session to tackle some very difficult issues related to the federal budget. As things stand now, significant, across-the-board cuts known as “sequestration” will go into effect on January 1, 2013, on all “discretionary” spending, including housing, homelessness and community development programs that many Housing Alliance members rely on to address the most pressing housing needs in our communities.

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