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Chairwoman and the House Appropriations Committee are investing in America’s working families. Updates from staff.
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Nancy Pelosi 16h
., 800,000 Americans are going without pay. Re-open the government, let workers get their paychecks and then we can discuss how we can come together to protect the border.
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“How long can it go on? We’re counting the days until we’re out of business” These are some of the many faces of the : furloughed, working without paychecks, or unsure if their business will survive without critical programs & federal funds.
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Rep. Betty McCollum Jan 19
Mr. President, open the government – now! We need federal workers on the job & getting paid! Dreamers deserve permanent status. The White House & Republicans in Congress are using federal workers and Dreamers as pawns. Open the government now!
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Jan 19
POTUS proudly claimed he owns the shutdown. Now he owns the fact that the families of 800,000 federal workers are trying to make ends meet without a paycheck. He owns the fact that our food is going uninspected. He owns the fact that small business loans are going unapproved.
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As workers continue to go without pay & families continue to worry about their SNAP benefits and when their next paycheck will come — our entire economy faces long-term damage. Americans deserve better. They deserve an end to this .
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House Appropriations Jan 19
Replying to @NitaLowey @POTUS
.: Protecting Dreamers & TPS recipients is the right thing to do. is wrong to hold them hostage over money for a wasteful wall that could be better spent on more effective border security measures.
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House Appropriations Jan 19
NEW: Chairwoman responds to : are ready to negotiate on border security & immigration policy, but first we must reopen the government & pay federal employees. Read the full statement →
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Senator Dick Durbin Jan 19
My response to reported White House offer to end President Trump's government shutdown in exchange for the border wall and DACA:
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House Appropriations Jan 19
There are 800,000 federal workers across the U.S. that haven’t been paid for the 29 days of the . The average worker has now missed more than $5,000 in wages – that’s more than $200 million across the United States EVERY DAY.
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Rep. Joe Neguse Jan 19
Replying to @RepJoeNeguse
Without a full staff at the IRS, the is stalling financial aid applications for American students. Enough is enough.
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Grace Meng Jan 19
The reckless continues to harm government workers, our economy and the American people. With the President’s shutdown dragging on, I’ve put together the following guide that answers many questions on how you may be impacted: .
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Rep. Betty McCollum Jan 19
Beyond the immediate impacts – 800K workers without paychecks, damage to our public lands, etc. – the is also starting to look like a crisis that could nudge the U.S. toward a recession.
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House Appropriations Jan 19
Traveling for the long weekend? Beware of long TSA lines & closed checkpoints, all courtesy of the . After 29 DAYS of airport security & air traffic controllers working without pay or being furloughed, it’s time to .
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Joyce Beatty Jan 18
Kids can't learn if they are hungry!
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Ways & Means Committee Jan 18
Update: House Democrats have voted NINE times to reopen the government. Republicans? 0.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Jan 18
Are you one of the 800,000 federal employees who are affected by the ? Share your story and let us know what kind of impact the shutdown is having on you and your family.
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Rep. Emanuel Cleaver Jan 18
The shutdown began while GOP controlled House, Senate, and White House. House Democrats have voted 9 times to reopen the government. has refused to hold one vote to end the shutdown. This is 100% on & Leader McConnell.
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Congressman Tim Ryan Jan 18
The House has voted 9 times to reopen the government. The Senate - 0. Tel Mitch McConnell to do his job and pass our bipartisan bills.
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Rep. Joe Neguse Jan 18
Replying to @RepJoeNeguse
A typical federal worker has missed $5,000 in pay from the shutdown, combined that's more than $200 million per workday. We are COSTING the American family $200 million in economic uncertainty every day. Enough is enough.
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David E. Price Jan 18
Steps have taken to end : →Jan 3-passed 6 approps bills & CR for DHS through 2/8 →Jan 9-open Treas/IRS →Jan 10-open USDA/FDA →Jan 10-open HUD/DOT →Jan 11-open EPA/DOI →Jan 15-CR through 2/1 Steps has taken: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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