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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 Jul 25
Ranking Member Kay Granger’s Remarks on H.R. 3877, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019 (As Prepared):
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White House OSTP Jul 24
We had a great discussion today with and on priorities for US and tech leadership. Director Droegemeier highlighted efforts to strengthen our R&D enterprise with the Joint Committee on Research Environments:
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Chuck Fleischmann Jul 24
Some are leaving the impression that refuses to do the kind of humanitarian work needed on the border. But I’ve been to the border, toured facilities, & that’s not what I have seen. Speaking w/ in the homeland hearing:
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Rep. Kay Granger Jul 23
I have known Secretary Esper for many years - he is an outstanding leader and a true patriot, and he has the right mix of experience and character to get the job done. I am pleased he has been confirmed to serve as 27th Secretary of Defense.
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 23
Top House Republican Appropriator Issues Statement on Budget Deal
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 16
Replying to @RepKayGranger
“There will be real consequences for Turkey’s actions.”
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Appropriations Republicans Jul 16
Granger on Turkey’s Participation in the F-35 Program
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Donald J. Trump Jun 27
Bipartisan Humanitarian Aid Bill for the Southern Border just passed. A great job done by all! Now we must work to get rid of the Loopholes and fix Asylum. Thank you also to Mexico for the work being done on helping with Illegal Immigration - a very big difference!
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Hal Rogers Jun 27
This is a victory for national security at our southern border, and for meeting the needs of the skyrocketing number of migrants illegally flooding into our country. This crisis not only demands our attention, but meaningful action, and I'm proud to support this emergency funding
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Ken Calvert Jun 27
Read my full statement on today's vote to provide much needed humanitarian aid and the federal response to the crisis on the border here:
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Leader McConnell Jun 27
I’m glad our House colleagues passed the Senate’s bipartisan funding bill for the humanitarian crisis on our southern border. I just signed off on this badly-needed legislation and now it’s finally on its way to the President’s desk.
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Tom Graves Jun 27
There is a full-blown humanitarian crisis at our southern border. 58 days after President Trump requested emergency funds it was time for Congress to act.
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Chuck Fleischmann Jun 27
After 57 days, it is good news that a number of Democrats prioritized the needs of our country & joined to do what we have been asking of them all along – address the crisis at our southern border. My statement on the humanitarian assistance supplemental:
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Rep. Steve Womack Jun 27
After 8 weeks of stalling by House Dems, emergency funding to address the humanitarian crisis on our southern border is finally headed to . The urgency shouldn’t end here - we must continue working to tackle the root causes of this growing crisis.
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Rep. Will Hurd Jun 27
$4.6 billion for the border crisis. More immigration judges. More border protection. More for ICE overtime. More for migrant care and sanitary conditions. Voting on this bipartisan supplemental deal was the right thing to do. Now let's address root causes.
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Rep. Ron Estes Jun 27
UPDATE ➡️ After delaying a vote all day, our efforts finally forced to bring the bipartisan Senate bill to a vote in the House, where it passed 305-102. I'm glad this bill to address the humanitarian crisis at the border is now headed to the president's desk.
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John Joyce Jun 27
For the first time since I took office, the House exercised some common sense regarding the situation at the southern border. Read my full statement on tonight's vote here ->
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Rep. Clay Higgins Jun 27
I commend the 129 House Democrats who joined with Republicans to pass bipartisan humanitarian assistance for our southern border. This funding is desperately needed for border agents to restore order and humanely carry out their mission.
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Susan W. Brooks Jun 27
Replying to @SusanWBrooks
I am proud that today, Congress is showing the American people we can work together in a bipartisan way to address the ongoing humanitarian crisis at our southern border.
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Michael Burgess, MD Jun 27
After Members asked Democrats more than 80 times to allow a vote on bipartisan legislation that passed the Senate 84-8, the House finally has voted to deliver desperately-needed humanitarian aid to the border - sending the bill to ' desk.
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