Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies
State Justice Institute
The 2018 CJS Appropriations bill fails to fund priorities critical to communities, including the COPS hiring program, economic development investments, legal representation for low-income Americans, and climate research, while including divisive riders relating to firearms and U.S. policy toward Cuba.
Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Thank you, Chairman Culberson, Chairman Frelinghuysen, and Ranking Member Serrano for your work on this bill.
Thank you, Chairman Culberson, and I would like to join you in welcoming the Secretary of Commerce, the Honorable Wilbur Ross, to the subcommittee.
Serrano Hears Bipartisan Testimony From Lawmakers Supporting Programs Endangered by Trump
Members Day Hearing Features Testimony in Support of VAWA, COPS, and Legal Services Corporation