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May 2, 2017: House Appropriations Committee Releases 2017 Omnibus Appropriations Bill

Yesterday, the House Appropriations Committee released the fiscal year 2017 Omnibus Appropriations bill, the legislation that will provide discretionary funding for the federal government for the current fiscal year. The funding level for HUD reflects a $513 million increase above the fiscal year 2016 enacted level and is $824 million below the requested level.

Net total of $38.8 billion for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, a $513 million increase above the fiscal year 2016 enacted level, and $824 million below the request.

Section 8 and Public Housing – Included in the bill is $27.5 billion for Public and Indian Housing. This is an increase of $623 million above the fiscal year 2016 enacted level and $760 million below the requested level. This level will continue assistance to 2.2 million low-income households.

Office of Housing – Other housing programs are funded at $11.5 billion – an increase of $259 million above the fiscal year 2016 enacted level. The bulk of this increase is needed to continue assistance to those currently served by these programs. Project-Based Rental Assistance is funded at $10.8 billion; Housing for the Elderly is provided with $502 million; and Housing for Persons with Disabilities receives $146 million.

The bill trims HUD’s administrative payments to Public Housing Agencies by $427 million below the previous Administration’s request. It also includes a provision prohibiting HUD from guaranteeing mortgages seized by eminent domain

Community Planning and Development – The bill contains $6.8 billion for Community Planning and Development programs – $152 million above the fiscal year 2016 enacted level.

Community Development Block Grants are funded at $3 billion – the same as the fiscal year 2016 level. The HOME Investment Partnerships Program is funded at $950 million – the same as the current year. Grants for Homeless Assistance are funded at $2.4 billion, an increase of $133 million over current level

Emergency Funding for Disaster Relief – In addition to regular appropriations, the legislation includes an additional $948 million in disaster relief. Of this amount, $528 million is for the Emergency Relief Program for qualifying emergency road and bridge repair expenses, and $400 million is for Community Development Block Grant disaster recovery assistance.

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