This week, the full House considered and passed the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Legislative Affairs bills on Wednesday and Thursday respectively. Both measures are considered uncontroversial and passed by overwhelmingly. It is unclear when the full House will take up the Commerce, Justice, and Science bill, which the House Appropriations Committee also unveiled
The House Appropriations Committee released three appropriations bills for FY 15, or a quarter of the annual appropriations measures, today. The bills released were: Legislative Affairs (HR 4487); Military Construction and Veterans Affairs (HR 4486); and Commerce, Justice and Science. The bills are expected to marked up by the House Committee on Tuesday and Wednesday.
House Majority Whip Eric Cantor (R-VA) announced today that the House will consider the first of its 12 appropriations bills for FY15 next week. The bills up for consideration are Military Construction-Veterans Affairs (H.R. 4486) and Legislative Branch (H.R. 4487). The next appropriations bill in line is Commerce-Justice-Science, which is expected to be marked up in« Previous Page