President Joe Biden released the complete details of his fiscal year 2022 budget proposal, requesting $6 trillion in spending and a $1.8 trillion annual deficit. The administration requested increases across most departments and agencies, including a 6.5 percent boost to nondefense discretionary spending.
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Posted by Lissette Rivera on May 18, 2021 9:37:47 AM
President Joe Biden delivered his first joint address to Congress on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, with a masked and socially distanced crowd visual history of this address will reflect the pandemic. He outlined his vision for the country and spoke to what he sees as his administration's initial accomplishments as he approached 100 days in office. Biden told Congress that it must "prove [it] can deliver for the people."
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and other health care payment and delivery system reforms have provided new or expanded opportunities at the state and local levels to forge collaborations between health care and housing providers. The expectation is that partnerships will result in fewer people experiencing homelessness, preventable institutional living; a more stable tenant population for housing providers; a better platform for effective...