Housing advocates say Trump budget cuts would eliminate more than 7,400 housing vouchers for poor, elderly and disabled Virginians

04.02.2017

At least 7,400 low-income, elderly and disabled Virginians and their families would lose help with housing under President Donald Trump’s efforts to exorcise federal bloat, analysts say.

The cuts unveiled as part of a spending plan for the next fiscal year would slash funds that are used to staff and repair public housing communities and reduce the number of vouchers issued to some of Virginia’s most vulnerable families...

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