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September 27, 2022 Press Release
House Committee on Appropriations Chair Rosa DeLauro (D-CT-03) released the following statement on the Continuing Appropriations and Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2023, which continues vital federal funding through December 16, 2022, and provides Congress time to enact an omnibus.
August 31, 2022 Press Release
House Appropriations Committee Chair Rosa DeLauro (D-CT-03) released the following statement on Representative Charlie Crist’s (D-FL-13) resignation from Congress
July 20, 2022 Press Release
The House today passed H.R. 8294, a package of six fiscal year 2023 federal funding bills, on a 220 to 207 vote.
July 19, 2022 Statement
“I’m proud that this bill was able to include 98% of members community project funding requests, including from Democrats and Republicans.”
July 19, 2022 Statement
“This bill improves the quality of life on military installations, and honors servicemembers and their families once they leave these facilities, by ensuring veterans receive the care and support they earned.”
July 19, 2022 Statement
“The impact of the agriculture division is far-reaching and touches the lives of every citizen. We all eat the food, rely on the medicine and medical devices, and wear products made from fibers, such as cotton, made possible by this bill.”
July 19, 2022 Statement
"This year’s T-HUD bill makes forward-looking investments in our housing and transportation infrastructure, all while bolstering safety and uplifting vulnerable populations. It will benefit communities across America and lay a strong foundation for economic growth and resiliency."
July 19, 2022 Statement
“This bill will strengthen the foundational components that underpin every aspect of our nation, and it represents a strategic investment in America’s future.”
July 19, 2022 Statement
"When taken together, this package meets the moment at a time when so many want to see critical changes in our priorities. It reaches every corner of our nation to give hard working Americans, the middle class, and the vulnerable a better shot."
July 18, 2022 Statement
“The FSGG bill includes $29.8 billion in funding, an increase of $4.3 billion over last year…I’m proud that this bill was able to include 98% of members community project funding requests, including from Democrats and Republicans. This funding will go directly to important projects in members' districts.”

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