Appropriations Committees Release First FY24 Package

Mar 3, 2024
Press Release

WASHINGTON - Today, the House and Senate Appropriations Committees released the first package of final Fiscal Year 2024 appropriations bills. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2024 will be considered in the House the week of March 4th. House Appropriations Chairwoman Kay Granger released the following statement after the package was released: 
"In recent years, spending on domestic priorities has skyrocketed, adding trillions to our national debt. The House Republican Conference made a commitment to change the trajectory of federal funding and put an end to wasteful spending, especially on initiatives that received billions of dollars outside of the normal appropriations process.
"The final Fiscal Year 2024 appropriations bills achieve what we set out to do: strategically increase defense spending and make targeted cuts to wasteful non-defense programs.  

"Even with a Democrat as President, a divided Congress, and a slim Majority, House Republicans, led by Speaker Johnson, maintained longstanding legacy riders that Democrats sought to repeal, rejected harmful policies proposed in the President’s Budget and Senate bills, and fought for and secured conservative wins."

A summary of the package is available here.
Bill text is available here.
Joint explanatory statements for each division of the package are available below:

The list of Community Project Funding requests included in the package is available here.



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