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  • Chairman Rogers Announces GOP Subcommittee Membership for the 113th Congress
    Jan 15, 2013  - Rogers: “It is my honor and privilege to serve side by side with some of the hardest workers in Congress – the Subcommittee Chairs and Members of the Appropriations committee. It is through their dedication and steadfast commitment to responsible governing that we can help address the nation’s many fiscal challenges." More
  • Chairman Rogers Introduces Emergency Legislation for Hurricane Sandy Recovery
    Jan 4, 2013  - House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers today introduced legislation to provide needed funding for Hurricane Sandy relief and recovery (H.R. 152). The base bill totals $17 billion, and will provide funding to meet immediate and critical needs for Sandy victims and their communities. More
  • Chairman Rogers Releases Emergency Legislation for Hurricane Sandy Recovery
    Jan 1, 2013  - House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers (R-KY) today released legislation to provide needed funding for Hurricane Sandy relief and recovery. The base bill totals $27 billion, and will provide funding to meet immediate and critical needs for Sandy victims and their communities. More
  • Chairman Rogers Announces Subcommittee Chairs for the 113th Congress
    Dec 31, 2012  - House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers today announced that the Republican Steering Committee has approved the 12 Appropriations subcommittee Chairs for the 113th Congress. More
  • House Approves Fiscal Year 2013 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill
    Jun 7, 2012  - The House today approved the fiscal year 2013 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Appropriations bill by a vote of 234-182. The legislation strengthens America’s homeland security efforts while at the same time reducing government spending. The bill provides $39.1 billion in discretionary funding for DHS, a decrease of $484 million below last year’s level and a decrease of $393 million below the President’s request. More
  • Appropriations Committee Approves Fiscal Year 2013 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill
    May 16, 2012  - The House Appropriations Committee today approved the fiscal year 2013 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Appropriations bill. The legislation strengthens America’s homeland security efforts while at the same time reducing government spending. The bill provides $39.1 billion in discretionary funding for DHS, a decrease of $484 million below last year’s level and a decrease of $393 million below the President’s request. More
  • Appropriations Committee Releases Fiscal Year 2013 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill
    May 8, 2012  - The House Appropriations Committee today released its proposed fiscal year 2013 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Appropriations bill, to be considered in subcommittee tomorrow. The bill strengthens America’s homeland security efforts while at the same time reducing government spending. The bill provides $39.1 billion in discretionary funding for DHS, a decrease of $484 million below last year’s level and a decrease of $393 million below the President’s request. More
  • Deadlines Extended for Member Programmatic and Language Submissions
    Mar 20, 2012  - New deadlines have been posted for each of the 12 subcommittees. More
  • Chairman Rogers Applauds House Approval of Final Fiscal Year 2012 Appropriations Legislation
    Dec 16, 2011  - House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers today praised the passage of the Conference Report on the Consolidated Appropriations Act of Fiscal Year 2012 (House Report 112-331) – the final funding legislation of the year. The report passed on a vote of 296-121. More
  • UPDATED - Fiscal Year 2012 Appropriations Package Introduced
    Dec 14, 2011  - House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers has announced that the final fiscal year 2012 Appropriations legislation has been introduced in the House. This package of legislation will provide critical funds for national security, one of the most basic responsibilities of the federal government. The bill will also prevent a potential government shutdown, support important domestic programs and services that the American people rely on, and make significant policy changes that will help rein in government overreach and help put the economy on more stable footing. More