Cong. ARRINGTON: House Passes 3 Key National Security Bills


 
“It unds Dyess Air Force Base, supports the development of the B-21, and ensures the brave airmen who serve have everything they need to deter our enemies and defend our allies.”

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — “Protecting our citizens, defending our freedom, and providing for the nation's common defense is the first and most important job of the federal government – but unfortunately, President Biden’s self-inflicted open-border crisis has brought our nation’s most imminent threat right to our doorstep,” said Lubbock Congressman & House Budget Committee Chairman Jodey Arrington (TX-19,) as the U.S. House of Representatives passed three major Appropriations Bills to ensure our nation's troops have the resources & supplies needed to effectively defend and protect the United States.
 
“That’s why I was proud to support these bills. They ensure our troops have the resources they need to safely and effectively do their jobs, and restore American leadership in the world while compelling President Biden to secure the border and enforce the laws of the land," said Arrington.
 
As the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, State, Foreign Operations & Related Programs Appropriations Act, and the Department of Defense Appropriations Act were voted on and passed by the House, Chairman Arrington noted the benefits the bills provided to Texas:
 
“Furthermore, it funds Dyess Air Force Base, supports the development of the B-21, and ensures the brave airmen who serve at Dyess have everything they need to deter our enemies and defend our allies.”
 
  • Learn more about the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act here. 
  • Learn more about the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act here. 
  • Learn more about the Department of Defense Appropriations Act here.





















 
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