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  • House Nears Debate On FY 2019 Defense Appropriations Bill

    The full U.S. House of Representatives is expected to take up its version of the fiscal year 2019 defense appropriations bill the week of June 25-29. The debate on the $674.6-billion measure will likely occur June 27, according to a spokeswoman for the House Appropriations Committee (HAC).  The House Rules Committee has set a deadline […]
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  • Senate Passes FY 2019 Defense Authorization Bill, Setting Up Conference With House

    The U.S. Senate passed its version of the fiscal year 2019 defense authorization bill late June 19, sending the $716 billion measure to a conference committee with the House. The Senate approved the legislation by an 85-10 vote, capping almost two weeks of floor debate.  Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), who steered the bill through the […]
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  • Senate Panel Proposes Increase To DHS Budget, Fully Funds Border Fence

    The Senate panel that oversees funding for the Department of Homeland Security is recommending $48.3 billion for the department in fiscal year 2019, an increase above the requested amount and the current budget. The proposal is $900 million more than the Trump administration requested and $611 million above the fiscal year 2018 appropriation, and includes […]
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  • Senate Panel Backs Space Station Funding Beyond 2025

    The Senate Appropriations Committee (SAC) has rebuffed the Trump administration’s proposal to end federal funding for the International Space Station (ISS) by 2025. In a new report explaining its fiscal year 2019 Commerce, Justice, Science appropriations bill, the committee said it supports maintaining ISS funding “beyond 2025 until a viable alternative exists to achieve NASA’s […]
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  • Senator Slams Upcoming Move Of F-35 Brake Work To Turkey

    Honeywell [HON], which makes brake components for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter in South Bend, Ind., plans to move that work to Turkey this summer, drawing criticism from the state’s senior U.S. senator. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) said on the Senate floor late June 13 that if U.S.-Turkish relations continue to deteriorate, he is concerned […]
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