Legislative & Policy
Current Legislative Issues
The House of Representatives may vote as soon as next week on bipartisan legislation to permanently authorize HUD’s Community Development Block Grant–Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) program.
Yesterday, CLPHA submitted comments in response to HUD’s notice outlining the first details of the NSPIRE demonstration. NSPIRE is a voluntary demonstration, expected to last at least two years, that would replace UPCS inspections for participating properties.
Today, CLPHA and its counsel Reno & Cavanaugh submitted comments on HUD’s recent notice of proposed rulemaking on changes to the disparate impact standard.
In August, HUD issued a notice seeking comment on details of the National Standards for the Physical Inspection of Real Estate (NSPIRE) Demonstration. NSPIRE is a voluntary demonstration, expected to last at least two years, that would replace UPCS inspections for participating properties.
Current Policy/Regulatory Issues