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July 29, 2021 Press Release
The House today passed H.R. 3237, the Emergency Security Supplemental to Respond to January 6th Appropriations Act on a bipartisan 416 to 11 vote.
July 29, 2021 Statement
"The brave men and women of our Capitol Police protected us. And since that fateful day, they have continued to work day in and day out, with only the barest minimum of support. They have soldiered on with physical, mental, and emotional trauma and have sacrificed their own needs and those of their families for the safety and security of our democracy. We need to respect their service."
July 29, 2021 Press Release
The House today passed, on a 219 to 208 vote, a package of seven 2022 appropriations bills.
July 28, 2021 Press Release
The House today passed, on a 217 to 212 vote, the 2022 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs funding bill. The legislation funds U.S. diplomatic, development, and foreign policy agencies and programs, including the Department of State, the United States Agency for International Development, and the U.S. Mission to the United Nations.
July 28, 2021 Press Release
The House today passed, on a bipartisan 215 to 207 vote, the 2022 Legislative Branch funding bill. The legislation provides annual funding for the Congress, the Capitol Police, and other Legislative Branch agencies.
July 28, 2021 Statement
"Together, the initiatives in this bill will not only protect the Congress and our democracy – they also strengthen and sustain it."
July 28, 2021 Statement
“This is a good bill, and I’m proud that it makes a substantial investment to expand recruitment and retention of staff, prioritizes funding to expand diversity and inclusion Campus wide, and funds needed investments to support the day-to-day operations of the House.”
July 28, 2021 Statement
"The State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs funding bill puts those words into action. It makes America stronger at home and respected again in the world. It restores American leadership by responding to global health threats, including the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. And it addresses urgent humanitarian needs while confronting the climate crisis."
July 28, 2021 Statement
"With unprecedented levels of human suffering and so many complicated challenges around the world, the bill rightfully increases funding for global health and the prevention of future pandemics and for migration, refugee, and disaster assistance, and continues our support for key allies and partner organizations such as the UN."
July 27, 2021 Statement
"The bill recommends $29 billion. This is an increase of $4.8 billion above the comparable fiscal year 2021 level."

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