SUPPORT THE NATIONAL HOUSING TRUST FUND
Sign on to a Letter Urging Senate Banking Committee Members
If you have not yet signed your organization on to the letter urging your Senator to work towards support of the Johnson-Crapo housing finance reform bill, please do so now. If you have already signed, please urge other organizations in your network to do so as well.
The mark-up of the Johnson-Crapo housing finance reform bill, originally scheduled for April 29, has been postponed until next week. Several members of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs have not yet agreed to support the bill. Their support is crucial to the future of the bill, and to the future of the National Housing Trust Fund.
Senators Reed, Schumer, Menendez, Brown, Merkley, and Warren are all ardent supporters of the NHTF. They are pleased with the treatment of the NHTF in the Johnson-Crapo bill, but have a variety of other concerns that have not yet been resolved to their satisfaction.
Please sign your organization on to a letter urging these six Senators to work together to resolve concerns so that the bill has the support it needs to move forward to a vote on the Senate floor this year. It is crucial that these six Senators find a way to support the bill. This moment is too important to let slip by. Tell your Senator to stay at the table!
HOW YOU CAN TAKE ACTION
To ensure the National Housing Trust Fund sees funding at long last:
TIMELINE FOR ACTION
Senators will continue negotiations on the bill through the weekend. Please sign your organization on to the letter and call your Senator TODAY. We will send the letter to Capitol Hill by close of business today.
Sign your organization on to the letter at: http://bit.ly/1kw4dnj
Click here to view the letter.
To find contact information for your Senator’s office, call the Congressional switchboard at 877-210-5351, or visit NLIHC’s website and enter your zip code on the right side to find your Senator’s number.
To see the way funding for the NHTF under the Johnson-Crapo bill would be allocated to each state, visit http://bit.ly/1rMqvnz
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Thank you for your support!
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