Madam Chair, thank you for presenting the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs bill today. I appreciate the work that you and Ranking Member Carter have done this year to fund many projects important to our Members.
Thank you, Chairman Ryan, for presenting the fiscal year 2023 Legislative Branch appropriations bill. I also want to recognize Ranking Member Herrera Beutler for her work on this subcommittee. Both of you are dedicated to addressing priorities of all Members of Congress, and I will start with some of the items you have worked on together.
WASHINGTON – Today, the Defense Subcommittee; Legislative Branch Subcommittee; Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee; and Agriculture, Rural Development, and Food and Drug Administration Subcommittee considered their appropriations bills for fiscal year 2023.
Mr. Speaker, I rise today in opposition to H.R. 7790, the Infant Formula Supplemental Appropriations Act.
American families are facing yet another crisis. Parents don't have access to the formula their young children need. They are angry and frightened, and I understand why.
WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Kay Granger (TX), the Lead Republican on the House Appropriations Committee, announced Rep. Julia Letlow (LA) will fill the vacant Republican seat on the committee for the remainder of the 117th Congress.
Madam Speaker, I rise today in support of H.R. 7691, a bill that would provide additional assistance to Ukraine and other partners in the region.
Ten weeks ago, we witnessed Russia begin its attack on the sovereign nation of Ukraine.
Thank you, Madam Chairwoman. Welcome, Secretary Mayorkas. I sincerely thank you for joining us today.
Continuing the dialogue that we had on a bipartisan basis before the Easter break will be important in the weeks to come.
I want to thank the chairwoman for holding this important hearing on the Department of Homeland Security’s fiscal year 2023 budget.
Thank you also, Secretary Mayorkas for joining us. We look forward to your testimony today.
Lead Committee Republican Kay Granger wrote an op-ed for The Washington Times on the crisis at the southern border, warning that the situation could become catastrophic if we don’t change course. The piece was published shortly after the administration announced plans to stop enforcement of Title 42.
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