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"Last year, we made unprecedented investments to fight the climate crisis, return science as the foundation for decision-making, dedicate the highest level of federal funding to the arts and humanities ever, and continue our commitment to tribal nations. I am pleased that this bill will continue to build on those successes."
The House Appropriations Committee today released its reports accompanying the fiscal year 2023 Defense and Legislative Branch appropriations bills and its fiscal year 2023 302(b) subcommittee allocations.
"The 2023 Energy and Water funding bill meets so many of our most pressing energy, water infrastructure, and climate challenges while helping to lower energy costs."
"All around the world, climate change is fueling conflicts over scarce resources, forcing families from their homes, and increasing human suffering. With this bill, House Democrats are confronting this crisis while creating good-paying American jobs.”
“By increasing resources for Internal Revenue Service, we are helping the agency provide better customer service and crack down on big corporations and the wealthy who are not paying their fair share in taxes.”
"The federal investments in the Financial Services and General Government bill are varied and their impact is vast, including some of the programs most important to working and middle-class families."
"The agencies and programs under the jurisdiction of the Financial Services and General Government subcommittee are uniquely varied. Each one plays an important role in the functioning of our government, whether in terms of core services or in relation to government responsiveness, transparency, and efficiency."
June 16, 2022 Statement
"The history of our nation is one of unprecedented immigration, refuge, and fight. I reject the false dichotomy that we must leave our values at the door as we look to protect and strengthen our nation’s security. This bill is proof of that."
June 16, 2022 Press Release
"From dramatic investments in our nation’s cyber infrastructure to prevent increasingly pervasive cyber-attacks to ensuring our Coast Guard has the tools it needs to protect our country from Russian aggression in the Arctic, this bill is key to bolstering our national security.”
"Our Subcommittee has one of the most controversial jurisdictions, which makes it all the more important for us to work collegially. I think we do that well, and I very much appreciate the Ranking Member’s contributions to maintaining that approach, along with those of the other subcommittee members. And outside of the border security and immigration enforcement areas, there is much in the bill on which we are in full agreement."