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Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (www.cbpp.org) is an organization that works at the federal and state levels on fiscal policy and public programs affecting low- and moderate-income families and individuals.
Prior to HUD, Lubell worked as a housing policy analyst with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a nonprofit organization that is one of the leading independent authorities on programs affecting low-income families.
The cuts proposed by Bush are the deepest by a president since Ronald Reagan in the 1980s, said Robert Greenstein, executive director of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Recent reports from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities lay out concerns regarding the impact that the fiscal year 2005 budget process may have on domestic discretionary spending.
Actually, "83 percent of households will get less than the average amount cited by the Administration," the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities found.
A report issued by the National Governors Association last November said that states face "the most dire fiscal situation since World War II." And the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities said last December that "the budget deficits now looming over state governments will likely reach $60 billion to $85 billion in state fiscal year 2004 and constitute the largest state budget gaps in half a century."
The Washington-based Center on Budget and Policy Priorities believes the 50 states collectively must close between $60 and $80 billion in deficits for the 2004 fiscal year, which for most states starts in June 2003.
State budget deficits spell trouble for public health insurance programs, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities says.
State budget deficits spell trouble for publicly funded health insurance programs, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities reports.
"He really saw the legal issues and broad policy contexts of what the laws were trying to implement," said Michael Mazerov a former co-worker now at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
While all anti-hunger advocates supported the provisions of the Lugar Bill, many national policy organizations, like the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the Food Research and Action Center, were also pleased that the Harkin bill provided increased funding and after Democrats refused to budge they were hesitant in pressing the issue.
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