Appropriations Committees Release Second FY24 Package

Mar 20, 2024
Press Release

WASHINGTON - Today, the House and Senate Appropriations Committees released the second package of final Fiscal Year 2024 appropriations bills. The Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2024 will be considered in the House in the coming days. House Appropriations Chairwoman Kay Granger released the following statement on the package: 
 
“House Republicans made a commitment to strategically increase defense spending, make targeted cuts to overfunded non-defense programs, and pull back wasteful spending from previous years. I am proud to say that we have delivered on that promise, and this bill is proof.
 
“Given that the world is becoming more dangerous, we wanted to send a strong message that we will do everything in our power to protect the American people and defend our interests. This bill funds our highest national security priorities - it invests in a more modern, innovative, and ready fighting force, continues our strong support for our great ally Israel, and provides key border enforcement resources. At the same time, we made cuts to programs that have nothing to do with our national security and pulled back billions from the Administration.
 
“With the odds stacked against us, House Republicans have refocused spending on America's interests, at home and abroad, and I urge support of this bill.”


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:

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