Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies
- Betty McCollum, Ranking Member
- Chellie Pingree
- Derek Kilmer
- Marcy Kaptur
- Department of the Interior (except Bureau of Reclamation and Central Utah Project)
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Related Agencies
- Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
- Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (HHS)
- Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
- Commission of Fine Arts
- Council on Environmental Quality and Office of Environmental Quality
- Forest Service (USDA)
- Indian Health Service
- Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Development
- John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
- National Capital Planning Commission
- National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities (except Institute of Museum and Library Services)
- National Gallery of Art
- National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (HHS, formerly EPA/Superfund)
- Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation
- Presidio Trust
- Smithsonian Institution
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Eisenhower Memorial Commission
- Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman-designate Nita M. Lowey has released a legislative package that will reopen the federal government and end the Trump Shutdown. The legislation is expected to be considered in the House on January 3. The full text of the legislation is available at the links below.
House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman-designate Nita M. Lowey (D-NY-17) today filed legislation to reopen the federal government and fund most federal agencies through the remainder of fiscal year 2019. The legislative package, consisting of six full-year appropriations bills and a CR until February 8 for Homeland Security, is expected to be considered by the House on January 3.
Mr. Chairman, I rise in strong opposition to the Interior-Environment and Financial Services and General Government minibus that fails the American people by slashing environmental protection, rolling back consumer protections, and even cutting basic election security funding.
This week, the House is expected to consider the FY 2019 Interior-Environment appropriations bill as part of a two-bill minibus. This Republican bill puts the health and safety of the American people at risk by slashing critical funding for environmental protection.