December Monthly Update: Legislative State of Play & Other Housing Credit Updates

The ACTION Campaign monthly call will be held on Friday, December 3 at 2:00 PM EST. Please find the Zoom call information below, and download and import the iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system. Join Zoom Meeting: Meeting ID: 976 9100 9830 Password: 314424 One tap mobile: +19292056099,,97691009830# US

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ACTION Alert: House Passes Build Back Better Act; Bill Includes Historic Housing Credit Investment

This morning, the House passed the Build Back Better Act, H.R. 5376, by a vote of 220-to-213. The legislation includes the largest expansion of the Housing Credit program since its inception in 1986 and would finance an estimated 811,900 affordable rental homes over 2022-2031, housing nearly 1.9 million low-income people. The almost $12 billion in

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Thank You Veterans!

Today on this Veterans Day, ACTION honors the brave people who served on the Armed Forces. Thank you to all veterans nationwide for your service to protect our home! Unfortunately, many veterans do not have homes to call their own. In 2020, more than 37,000 veterans were without homes on

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Advocating for the AHCIA—The Tools You Need

ACTION has created an advocacy toolkit that includes a number of fact sheets, including the impact of the Housing Credit on specific communities and issue areas using national, state, and district level data. There are also email templates and messaging points that are shared on our blog, under the category “Advocacy Actions.”

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Urgent Call to Action!

ACTION Campaign leadership have just heard that all Housing Credit investments and program changes are at imminent risk of being removed from the Build Back Better reconciliation legislation. We need to make a direct appeal to the White House and Congressional leadership immediately to have any chance at maintaining these priorities. 

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