Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies
Chaka Fattah (PA), Ranking Member
Mike Honda (CA)
José Serrano (NY)
Derek Kilmer (WA)
State Justice Institute
2014 enacted level: $51.6 billion
2015 budget request: $51 billion
2015 Omnibus: $50.1 billion
Highlights and key points:
Previous Commerce, Justice, and Science Bills
Fiscal Year 2014
Highlights of 2015 Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations Act
2014 enacted: $51.6 billion
2015 President’s request: $51.0 billion
2015 Committee mark: $51.2 billion
The Chairman’s mark provides:
I rise to offer to the House our support for the base bill. The chairman of this committee, whom I have had the honor to work with for a number of years, has laid out in some detail some of the appropriations in this bill. And as our Constitution requires, no dollar out of our Treasury shall be appropriated, except by act of Congress. So we are here in our constitutional roles.
Neuroscience funding was one of several key priorities championed by Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA) that received a boost in today’s full Appropriations Committee markup of the FY 15 Commerce, Justice, and Science (CJS) Appropriations Act.
Before I make my statement, I’d just like to take a moment to thank Chairman Wolf for his service to this Committee and our country. Chairman Wolf, it has been a pleasure working with you on our shared commitment to keep our country safe, and I wish you the best of luck in your next chapter.
WASHINGTON—Today, Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA), Ranking Member on the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science (CJS) and Related Agencies joined in approval of the FY2015 CJS Appropriations Bill, praising the bipartisan nature in the subcommittee’s work and highlighting several of his own priorities.
Congresswoman Nita Lowey (D-NY), Ranking Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee, today issued the following statement on President Obama’s FY 2015 budget request:
2013 enacted level: $50.1 billion
2014 Committee mark: $47.4 billion
2014 Omnibus: $51.6 billion
· $5.3 billion for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which is $320.4 more than the 2013 enacted level.