Reconciliation Package Moves Forward as Congress Prepares to Pass Continuing Resolution to Fund Federal Government

The House Financial Services Committee voted 30 to 22 on September 14 to invest $327 billion in affordable housing, including significant funding for the HoUSed campaign’s top priorities: $90 billion for rental assistance, $80 billion to preserve public housing, and $37 billion for the national Housing Trust Fund to build and preserve homes affordable to people with the lowest incomes.

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