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2 Senate Proposed 302(b) Allocations House Proposed 302(b) Allocations  302(b) allocations represent the amount each subcommittee will have to spend on all the programs under its purview.  The Senate’s FY 2013 Transportation-HUD 302(b) allocation is $53.4 billion, $2 billion less than in FY  The proposed 302(b) allocation for Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education is $157.7 billion.  The House Appropriations Committee released its 302(b) proposed allocations on April 24 th.  The House’s FY 2013 Transportation-HUD 302(b) allocation is $ billion, $6 billion less than in FY  The proposed 302(b) allocation for Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education is $ billion. $6.5 billion less than FY 2012.

3  Great work on calling Senator Durbin, member of the Senate Appropriations T-HUD Subcommittee  The Subcommittee proposed a funding level of $2.15B for McKinney-Vento, a $245 M INCREASE.  On April 19 th, the Senate full Appropriations Committee approved a FY’2013 funding bill for HUD which included: › $2.15B for McKinney- Vento Homeless Assistance Grants › Still $80M below President’s Request

4  With elections looming and such a vast difference between the House and Senate 302(b) proposed spending levels for Transportation-HUD, ($1.794 billion), there will likely be continuing resolutions to keep government running throughout the fall.  Be sure and attend SHPA Legislative Committee calls and look to the Monday Memo for important advocacy action alerts.

5  Monday Media Madness  Heavy Weight Wednesdays  Have you been doing your part?  Has there been in a story in your local media?  Introduction of NEW SHPA lobbyist: ThomsonWeir LLC  Update from Aaron Chambers and Michael Weir of THomsonWeir LLC

6 Keep in the Loop! Take Action! Your Voice Counts!  The Legislative Committee will meet weekly throughout the end of the State Legislative Session (May 14, 21, 29 at 9am) with a wrap-up of the spring session on June 7, 2012 at 9am.  Conference Call Number is  Access Code is #  To join the Legislative Committee fill out the Get On Board with SHPA form and return to a SHPA staff member.


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