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LeadingAge Comments on RAD for PRAC Draft
LeadingAge is enthusiastic about the future implementation of RAD for PRAC authority which will allow certain Section 202 PRAC senior housing providers a way to bring private financing to preserve their communities and pursue expansion of enriched affordable living opportunities for seniors by converting ...
2019 Fair Market Rents and Income Limits
2019 Income Limits Likely to be Late HUD typically releases income limits for effect on April 1 each year but is not typically consistent on getting those figures out much in advance. The HUD release dates for the last four years were March 6, ...
Advocate for Older Adults at the Leadership Summit
This year, our members will be tackling the tough policy issues that face LeadingAge members every day: During their meetings with congressional offices, LeadingAge advocates will be highlighting the need to fix our workforce crisis in aging services. This includes asking Congress to pass H.R. 1265, the Nursing ...
2020 Budget Proposal Would Slash Funding for Aging Services
For the budget category of domestic discretionary programs, which includes senior housing and home- and community-based services, the 2020 Trump budget invokes the draconian spending caps imposed under the Budget Control Act of 2011. In recent years, Congress has waived these caps because appropriators could not reasonably ...
President Asks Congress to Cut HUD Funding by 16.4%
President Trump's request, which Congress will consider as it sees fit, asks for a $9.6 billion, or 16.4%, cut to HUD compared to the FY19 HUD funding. The request would cut funding for the Section 202 account by $34 million, or 5%, from the FY19-enacted level of $678 million. What the Administration released ...