As we continue to move through markups, it is important to remember that this is not a normal funding year. Trillions of dollars were spent outside of the annual appropriations process during the last Congress, and we must re-evaluate our spending priorities.
Good morning, everyone. The Subcommittee will come to order.
This morning we will markup the Fiscal Year 2024 Financial Services and General Government appropriations bill.
First, I want to thank Chairman Fleischmann for his work on this bill.
It delivers responsible appropriations in support of a stronger national defense, economy, and energy sector.
As the former chair of the Defense Subcommittee, I know firsthand what it takes to craft this bill.
I want to thank Chairman Calvert for his hard work.
WASHINGTON – Today, the Full Committee met to consider the Fiscal Year 2024 bill for the Legislative Branch Subcommittee. The measure was approved by the Committee with a vote of 33 to 24.
WASHINGTON – Today, the Full Committee met to consider the Fiscal Year 2024 bill for the Homeland Security Subcommittee. The measure was approved by the Committee with a vote of 33 to 25.
Let me begin by thanking the Members of the Committee for their participation in the process of putting the Homeland Security bill together.
WASHINGTON - Today, the House Appropriations Committee released the Fiscal Year 2024 bill for the Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee. The bill will be considered tomorrow, June 22nd at 8:30 a.m. The markup will be live-streamed and can be found on the Committee’s website.
Thank you, Chairwoman Granger.
I would like to start by saying thank you to our Ranking Member, Mr. Espaillat. His cooperation and patience as we have moved through the process this year is greatly appreciated.
First, I want to thank the Subcommittee Chairman for his work on the Legislative Branch appropriations bill.
This bill is a great example of what needs to be done to reduce overall spending while funding our highest priorities.