PHADA Position Paper: FY 22 Appropriations
The White House and the U.S House of Representatives released their funding proposals late for FY 22 as other legislative action, including infrastructure and reconciliation negotiations, took center stage. Their respective HUD spending plans, the best we have seen in many years, are very close overall but have some differences in key accounts. The White House budget, released in late May, provides $68.7 billion for HUD, an increase of $9 billion, or 15 percent from last year, while the House appropriations bill, released in July, provides slightly less with $68.4 billion for HUD.
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