Trump Administratiоn Rеpоrtеdlу Cоnsidеrs ‘dеvastating’ $6 Billiоn Cuts Tо Fеdеral Public Hоusing Dеpartmеnt

The draft, drawn up by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and first obtained by The Washington Post, outlines a budget that would jeopardize public housing support and uproot most federal development grants for services such as meal assistance and abandoned property cleanup in low-income neighborhoods. Under the proposal, HUD’s budget would be cut by roughly 14% to $40.5 billion for the 2018 fiscal year.