HUD Programs and Congress' Impending FY 2016 Appropriations Fight

On Sept. 8, Congress returned from recess and lawmakers scheduled 12 legislative days before the start of the 2016 fiscal year on Oct. 1. In that time, Congress must come to a broad new agreement that lifts legally imposed spending caps or, more likely, pass a short-term measure, known as a continuing resolution (CR), to keep the government running for the rest of the year. Current spending laws expire on Oct. 1.

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