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Mario Diaz-Balart May 25
In my bill that passed this week, I included $ to provide our air traffic controllers w proper resources to keep our skies safe+efficient w . Next time you hop on a plane, thank the operators in the control centers that keep you on the go!
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House Appropriations May 24
The FY19 Financial Services Appropriations bill has been approved by the subcommittee on a voice vote.
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House Appropriations May 24
Chairman expresses support for the FY19 Financial Services Appropriations bill.
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House Appropriations May 24
At today’s Subcommittee markup of the FY19 Financial Services Appropriations bill, Chairman highlights the Fund for America’s Kids and Grandkids, which safeguards $585M for future generations.
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House Appropriations May 24
Starting soon: Subcommittee Chairman leads the Subcommittee markup of the FY19 Financial Services Appropriations bill. Watch live:
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House Appropriations May 23
The Committee has approved the report on the suballocation of the budget allocations for fiscal year 2019 (the 302(b)s) on a vote of 29-22.
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Mario Diaz-Balart May 23
. just passed my FY19 and Urban Development funding bill. I look forward to getting this bill to the House floor in regular order and am thankful for this unique opportunity to deliver results for and our great country 🇺🇸
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House Appropriations May 23
Chairman : Approval of these suballocations today will allow the Committee to move forward and bring our bills to the House floor.
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House Appropriations May 23
Chairman : We do not, nor should we, have unlimited funds to spend. While there are many important programs across the federal government, tough decisions have to be made as to which provide the most benefit to the American people.
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House Appropriations May 23
Chairman : They represent a balanced, responsible approach to government spending, ensuring domestic programs are also adequately funded, including infrastructure, efforts to combat opioid abuse, and school safety.
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House Appropriations May 23
Chairman : First and foremost, these suballocations prioritize robust national security - rebuilding our Armed Forces, securing our homeland, and supporting our law enforcement agencies.
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House Appropriations May 23
The 302(b)s abide by the Bipartisan Budget Agreement of 2018, and continue funding for both Defense and domestic priorities as outlined by this bicameral deal.
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House Appropriations May 23
The Committee is now considering the 302(b) suballocations, which provide the topline funding level for each of the 12 Appropriations bills.
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House Appropriations May 23
The Committee has approved the FY19 Transportation, HUD Appropriations Bill on a vote of 34-17.
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House Appropriations May 23
The Committee has resumed consideration of the FY19 Transportation, HUD Appropriations bill.
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House Appropriations May 23
The Committee stands in recess due to House votes.
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House Appropriations May 23
The Committee has approved a Manager’s Amendment making technical and noncontroversial changes to the FY19 Transportation, HUD funding bill on a voice vote.
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House Appropriations May 23
Chairman : This legislation exercises the power of the purse prudently on behalf of the people we represent at home.
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House Appropriations May 23
Chairman : The bill also supports and other critical community development programs. This includes funding for core housing programs that provide shelter for the nation’s most vulnerable citizens
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House Appropriations May 23
Replying to @HouseAppropsGOP
The Administration has spent an inordinate amount of time thwarting these rail safety improvements, the completion of which might actually give some credibility to its infrastructure mantra.
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