This was the vote for the final reconciled National Defense Appropriations Act of FY22, which authorized $740 billion in funding for the Department of Defense activities and programs and $27.8 billion for nuclear programs within the Department of Energy. Thankfully, it did not include a separate war-related slush fund, but was still a higher budget than in previous years. Passed 363-70.

  • Our Position: Opposed
  • Latest Action: Passed
  • Chamber: House




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