Latest Appropriations News
The House Appropriations Committee today released the draft fiscal year 2022 Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies funding bill, which will be considered in subcommittee tomorrow. The legislation funds agencies and programs in the Department of Energy, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Reclamation, and several independent agencies.
The House Appropriations Committee today released the draft fiscal year 2022 Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies funding bill, which will be considered in subcommittee tomorrow. The legislation funds agencies and programs in the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Education.
July 9, 2021 Press Release
House Appropriations Committee Chair Rosa DeLauro (D-CT-03) and Legislative Branch Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman Tim Ryan (D-OH-13) released the following statement on the urgent need for Senate action to fund the Capitol Police
The House Appropriations Committee today approved the fiscal year 2022 Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies bill on a 32-24 vote.
"This presents us with an opportunity to build a green economy and create new, good-paying American jobs. This bill helps achieve that by providing $45 million for renewable energy development, $213 million for a national initiative to reclaim abandoned mines and cap orphan oil and gas wells, and it provides funding for the Administration’s Civilian Climate Corps, which will be crucial in our ongoing efforts to reduce emissions and to fight climate change."
"I’m proud that this bill makes long-overdue investments to care for our planet, fight the climate emergency, and meet our trust obligations to tribal nations."
The House Appropriations Committee today approved the fiscal year 2022 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs bill on a 32-25 vote.
"I am proud that the bill before us today restores American leadership around the globe in dealing with responding to threats, including the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, addressing urgent humanitarian needs, and confronting the climate crisis."
"A deadly pandemic still rages in most of the world. New COVID variants, left unchecked, could soon overwhelm our domestic efforts to defeat the virus. A global economic hangover caused by the pandemic has pushed millions who recently climbed out of extreme poverty back into deprivation. We need to address this economic damage lest it slow our own recovery at home. And the United Nations anticipates that more than 235 million people require humanitarian assistance and protection - which is a 40 percent increase over 2020 - and 80 million people have been forcibly displaced – the highest on record – the United States must lead."
The House Appropriations Committee today approved the fiscal year 2022 Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies bill on a 33-24 vote.