CLPHA Advocacy

CLPHA, Industry Groups Urge PHAs to Sign Congressional Letter Advocating for Housing Funding Levels to Be Kept in Build Back Better Act



Negotiations and progress on enacting Build Back Better legislation have reached an impasse, and Senate opponents to the bill, as written and passed by the House, have indicated they prefer a slimmed down, reduced funding bill.

Consequently, CLPHA has been made aware that funding for housing programs is, once again, at serious risk of being removed from the Build Back Better Act.

CLPHA, MTW Collaborative Urge White House, Congressional Leadership to Keep LIHTC Investments in BBB Legislation


In a joint letter sent today, CLPHA and the MTW Collaborative strongly urged President Joe Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to maintain investments in the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program as part of the historic Build Back Better legislation.

CLPHA Joins Housing Organizations in Urging That Housing Be Retained in Build Back Better Act


CLPHA has joined organizations representing housing authorities and administrators to urge Congress to keep housing funding in the Build Back Better Act.

Housing is at serious risk of being removed from the Build Back Better Act, under consideration in the budget reconciliation negotiations currently underway in Congress and the White House. The negotiations are on a fast track and taking place at the highest levels between the House and Senate leadership, key members of Congress, and the White House.

CLPHA Stands Ready to Assist Housing Authorities Impacted by Hurricane Ida and California Wildfires


While we may not know the full extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Ida or the California wildfires, our thoughts immediately turn to the most vulnerable segments of our population: low-income families and those who risk displacement from their homes.

The Council of Large Public Housing Authorities and its entire membership supports providing assistance in every way we can to colleagues, partners, friends, and housing residents who have been affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Ida and the wildfires in California.

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