Latest Appropriations News
"This is a good bill which works to keep our communities safe while working to help Americans all over the country gain greater opportunity."
“The Commerce, Justice, Science appropriations we put forward for fiscal year 2023 will help build a safer, more just, bolder, more prosperous, and more competitive America."
The House Appropriations Committee today approved the fiscal year 2023 Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies bill on a 32 to 24 vote.
“By harnessing the power of clean energy sources such as hydrogen, solar, nuclear, wind, hydropower, and biomass – as well as strengthening energy conservation through efficient building materials and conservation strategies – we will lower costs, create good-paying jobs, and sustain life on Earth."
“I am so proud of the bill before us. The bill strengthens our commitment to advancing our energy security and our national security and to rebuilding our crumbling water infrastructure. As we know well, this bill reaches every corner of our nation, and its impact will be profound."
The House Appropriations Committee today released its reports accompanying the fiscal year 2023 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs and Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies appropriations bills.
"The resources provided through this bill to diplomatic, development, and humanitarian efforts enables the United States to be on the front lines every single day working to save lives, promote stability, and increase engagement."
The House Appropriations Committee today released its reports accompanying the fiscal year 2023 Energy and Water Development and Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies appropriations bills.
“I am also particularly proud of strong funding increases to help underserved entrepreneurs and small businesses access capital and contracting opportunities. With these resources and funding to protect the integrity of our elections, we are safeguarding our democracy, growing our economy, and investing in the programs that matter most to working families.”
“The bill includes $13.6 billion for the IRS, an increase of $1 billion above fiscal year 2022 and continues restoring the IRS from draconian cuts this agency has suffered for over almost a decade. This investment will support more effective and efficient enforcement activities that address taxpayers in all tax brackets. This funding will also support better customer service by reducing wait times and increasing assistance to people trying to pay their taxes."