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Vol. 44, Issue 2

February 2014

The February issue of the Housing Law Bulletin includes two articles examining the impact of the FY 2014 appropriations on federal affordable housing program funding. The first article focuses on HUD programs, while the second summarizes FY 2014 funding for Rural Housing Service programs. Additionally, this month's Bulletin features an extensive overview of three federal circuit court opinions concerning anti-immigrant rental housing ordinances. The issue also contains summaries of recent cases, notices, and regulations.


Table of Contents

  • FY14 THUD and Rural Housing Appropriations Enacted
  • HUD CPD Reiterates VAWA’s Coverage of HOME-funded Programs
  • An Overview of FY 2014 Appropriations for Rural Housing Programs
  • Federal Circuit Courts Split on Validity of Anti-Immigrant Housing Ordinances
  • Recent Cases
  • Recent Housing-Related Regulations and Notices

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Articles

  • FY14 THUD and Rural Housing Appropriations Enacted

    The President signed the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014” (the Act) into law on January 17. The Act included full bills for all 12 appropriations subcommittees, including the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies (THUD) bill and the Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies bill. The THUD portion provides funding...


  • An Overview of FY 2014 Appropriations for Rural Housing Programs

    The FY 2014 appropriations for the nation’s rural housing programs are generally in the same range as the FY 2013 appropriations, except for the Rental Assistance program. That program received a very significant increase to allow the Rural Housing Service (RHS) to renew all expiring rental assistance contracts and avoid the problems the agency faced in late FY 2013 when it ran out of...


  • Federal Circuit Courts Split on Validity of Anti-Immigrant Housing Ordinances

    In summer 2013, three federal appellate courts issued decisions on whether local jurisdictions could regulate undocumented immigrants’ rights to live in rental housing. Two of these courts—the Third and Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeals—continued the broader federal courts’ trend of striking down local anti-immigrant housing laws by asserting that such laws are preempted by federal...


  • February 2014 Housing Cases, Notices and Regulations

    This section includes summaries of recent housing cases, notices, and regulations.

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