Federal Housing Spending Bill Moves to Senate, Rejects Rent Policy Changes

Federal Housing Spending Bill Moves to Senate, Rejects Rent Policy Changes



The Senate Appropriations Committee voted on June 7 to approve draft legislation to largely boost or maintain spending on housing programs. A similar bill was approved last month by the House appropriations panel. The Senate’s $71.4 billion measure increases spending on programs by more than $1 billion over 2018 levels. The bill now heads to the Senate floor. 

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