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Congress needs to pass a new funding bill before the April 28th deadline, or the government will shut down. 45 is trying to pressure Congress into gutting critical programs and funding his top priorities. The White House has proposed $18 billion in domestic spending cuts for the next 6 months of fiscal year 2017, mostly related to education, labor and health.. These are a sampling of the many proposed cuts:
$3 billion from education programs, including cuts to after-school programs, financial aid for college students
$1.6 billion in Housing & Urban Development Grants, including cuts to programs like Meals on Wheels
$314 million reduction in disease prevention, funds which are used to prevent outbreaks of ebola, incidence of lead poisoning, and even to defend against bioterrorism
$90 million in emergency response (FEMA) funding, which are used to respond to natural disasters and other emergencies
$242 million in Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) funding, jeopardizing access to clean air and water
Massive cuts to a slew of critical government agencies, including U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Dept. of Health and Human Services (HHS), and National Institute of Health (NIH)
Elimination of arts and culture programs, including cutting all funding for PBS and eliminating the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
Trump has also requested a supplemental funding request (often referred to simply as the “supplemental”) containing a $3 billion down payment on the border wall, detention camps, and his deportation force. Blocking funding to Trump’s mass deportation agenda is the best point of resistance that we have in Congress. Trump can give orders to the federal agencies to terrorize communities, tear families apart, and build a pointless wall—but he can’t give them the money to do that without Congress’ help.



So - We need to call Congressman Knight's office and say:




With regard to the President's budget, I oppose cuts to programs social programs like disease prevention, FEMA, the arts, after school programs, college assistance, and environmental protection, and I definitely oppose funding for a wall and mass deportation.



Washington: 202.225.1956

SCV: 661.255.5630

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What do you think about this? Prices in California have gone crazy and these no money down loans are back. While it would never be as bad as the crash before with stock market peaking record numbers and housing at all time highs things could bust again.

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