President Obama’s 2012 budget included a 3.2% increase in funds for HUD, equaling $44.76 billion. Ali Solis, SVP and Public Policy & Corporate Affairs Executive for Enterprise Community Partners discusses the potential impact on affordable housing.
In February 2012, President Obama submitted a $3.8 trillion budget to Congress with $4 trillion in long-term deficit reduction measures that included spending cuts, tax increases and other measures of tax reform. The President called for $44.76 billion to be spent on programs in the Department of Housing and Urban Development, a 3.2% increase over the previous year’s budget.
Affordable Housing Podcast host Joanne Greene discusses the potential impact of these budgets with Ali Solis, Senior Vice President and Public Policy and Corporate Affairs Executive for Enterprise Community Partners.
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