Statements

May 19, 2022 Statement
"FDA continues to play a vital role in ensuring the safety and efficacy of vaccines and drugs designed to address the coronavirus.  However, there are countless other ways your work matters to Americans, and we need to ensure those critical responses get the attention they need." 
May 19, 2022 Statement
"Every year, we work incredibly hard to include as many Member priorities as possible in our bill, and hearing from Members today will help us focus on what is important to Members this year."
May 18, 2022 Statement
"I am proud that this bill meets this urgent need. People are looking for some relief, and I am proud that we are on the Floor tonight to ensure that families get this help as soon as possible. But we should not, and we will not, be made to choose between the health and the safety of our babies and the supply that keeps them fed. I reject this dangerous and false dichotomy."
May 18, 2022 Statement
"Our subcommittee has heard from several major CJS agencies about their fiscal year 2023 funding requests, and we will now hear from Members representing the American people about their priorities within the programs and agencies funded in our bill."
May 18, 2022 Statement
"I am pleased to welcome each of you to the Legislative Branch Member Day hearing. It’s very important that the Subcommittee hear the concerns of our fellow legislators and members of the public before we begin to work on marking up our fiscal year 2023 subcommittee bill."
May 18, 2022 Statement
"These are important investments that will better enable the National Park Service to understand and adapt to the significant challenges it faces in the 21st century so that it can meet its mission for future generations."
May 18, 2022 Statement
"Our time today provides us with an opportunity to focus on how we can work together to fulfill the IRS’s mission to provide American taxpayers with top quality service and enforcing tax laws with integrity and fairness for all."
May 18, 2022 Statement
"As all the Services have said in these hearings, and I assume the Navy and Marine Corps will say today, that the most valuable asset they have is their people. Well, the recruitment, retention, comfort, health, protection, and readiness of those people starts with MilCon.Reducing military construction funding, when there is an overwhelming backlog of required priorities, is not only a threat to our nation’s security, but is also just bad government." 
May 18, 2022 Statement
"We must better understand what the Navy is doing to ensure Sailors, Marines, and their families have the support they need to do the extraordinary job we ask of them." 
May 18, 2022 Statement
"We look forward to discussing how the FTC will use these funds effectively to support its consumer protection and competition work – including important initiatives that I have long supported like increasing consumer rights to repair the things that they own."

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