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Appropriations Republicans
Members committed to reviewing the Federal budget, conducting oversight, and making funding decisions, line-by-line. Ranking Member (R-TX)
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Appropriations Republicans Aug 6
Republican Leaders on Defense on the Need for Defense Funding in COVID Response Bill "The cannot afford to incur over $20 billion in unfunded coronavirus impacts without damaging their hard-fought readiness gains and combat capability."
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 31
House Democrats’ funding bill is a deal breaker. Our budget agreement has been forgotten and controversial policies have been inserted. Democrats have turned their backs on their commitment.
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 30
Replying to @HouseAppropsGOP
Not only would these bills jeopardize our nation’s safety and security, they also trample upon the rights and freedoms of the American people.
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 30
House Democrats’ funding bill gives in to the voices that want to: ❌ encourage illegal immigration, ❌ reverse pro-life protections, & ❌ defund the police.
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 30
Just like last week, House Democrats are jamming a partisan funding bill through the House floor that would add to our skyrocketing national debt.
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Rep. Tom Cole Jul 30
WATCH: This morning, I'll be managing general debate for on the second set of FY 2021 appropriations bills. Tune in now:
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 24
Seven Democrats joined Republicans in opposition of the extremely partisan four-bill appropriation package.
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Frank Lucas Jul 24
Instead of staying true to Congress’ bipartisan budget agreement, House Democrats are playing politics with the appropriations process. The funding bill before the House today spends BILLIONS over current budget caps, jeopardizes national security, and adds harmful regulations.
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House Republicans Jul 24
Reminder: For House Democrats, this isn’t about legislating effectively. It’s about advancing their partisan agenda. This is nothing more than a partisan messaging bill that has NO chance of becoming law.
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 24
Granger on Democrats’ First Appropriations Package
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 24
Replying to @HouseAppropsGOP
China's threat is significant, and now is not the time to retreat in our efforts to stop their destructive actions.
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 24
🚨ALERT🚨: Appropriations Republican Leader just offered a motion to restore funding for the Countering Chinese Influence Fund, woefully underfunded in the Democrats’ partisan bill.
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 24
Replying to @RepKayGranger
“We cannot spend more money simply because we aren’t willing to make tough decisions.” – Appropriations Republican Leader
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 24
Democrats are blatantly ignoring our budget agreement that was signed into law last year.
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Michael Burgess, MD Jul 23
This approps pkg has some bipartisan provisions, but it ignores the Budget Act agmt & w/ poison pills can't support. Dems should negotiate w/ so we don't abandon the American people at the end of the fiscal year.
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Ken Calvert Jul 23
Replying to @KenCalvert
The bill also puts politics before the safety of Americans by unnecessarily restricting the ability of the commander-in-chief to respond to emergencies.
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Ken Calvert Jul 23
The appropriations bill House Democrats are bringing to the floor today breaks their previous bipartisan budget agreement by spending billions of dollars above those negotiated caps.
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 23
House Democrats’ funding bill is a deal breaker. It walks back our bipartisan budget agreement made last summer and includes countless partisan riders. This messaging bill has NO chance of becoming law.
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House Republicans Jul 23
"We made an agreement, Democrats and Republicans, less than a year ago. We set budget caps into law, and we agreed to no poison pills. 𝗛𝗼𝘂𝘀𝗲 𝗗𝗲𝗺𝗼𝗰𝗿𝗮𝘁𝘀 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝘄𝗮𝗹𝗸𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗮𝘄𝗮𝘆 𝗳𝗿𝗼𝗺 𝘁𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗮𝗴𝗿𝗲𝗲𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁." -
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House Republicans Jul 22
For House Democrats, it's politics over progress. They removed existing, bipartisan provisions in favor of partisan poison pills that: ❌ Jeopardize our national security ❌ Stop the wall on the southern border ❌ Threaten American energy independence -
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