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    Advocacy Toolkit

    This Toolkit contains advocacy materials to help promote NCSHA's legislative priorities.

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    2014 Annual Awards for Program Excellence

    Thank you to everyone who submitted a 2014 Award entry. The winners will be celebrated October 20 at NCSHA’s Annual Conference in Boston!

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    Exhibit at the Annual Conference Showplace

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    • Blog Post
      September 19, 2014
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      On September 18, the Senate passed by a vote of 78 to 22 the House-passed continuing resolution (CR), H.J. Res. 124. The CR continues funding for all federally funded programs through December 11, 2014 at slightly below FY 2014 funding levels, on an annualized basis. To offset new funding provided through a few targeted provisions in the CR while not exceeding the overall FY 2014 spending level, the CR includes an across-the-board funding reduction of almost 0.06 percent, compared to FY 2014 levels.

    • Blog Post
      September 18, 2014
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      Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), in collaboration with the Rockefeller Foundation (Rockefeller), announced the National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC). The competition will award nearly $1 billion in HUD disaster recovery funds to eligible communities across the nation. HUD states the competition will help the selected communities recover from previous disasters and improve their ability to respond to and recover from natural hazards in the future. Rockefeller will provide technical support and offer training workshops to every eligible state and local government along with assisting applicants applying for HUD funding.

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      September 17, 2014
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      On September 17, the House passed by a vote of 319 to 108 a continuing resolution (CR), H.J. Res. 124, that continues funding for all federally funded programs through December 11, 2014 at slightly below FY 2014 funding levels, on an annualized basis. To offset new funding provided through a few targeted provisions in the CR while not exceeding the overall FY 2014 spending level, the CR includes an across-the-board funding reduction of almost 0.06 percent, compared to FY 2014 levels. The Senate is expected also to approve the CR this week.