Financial Services and General Government
- Mike Quigley, Ranking Member
- José Serrano
- Matt Cartwright
- Sanford Bishop
Department of the Treasury
District of Columbia
Executive Office of the President
Compensation of the President
Council of Economic Advisers
Executive Residence at the White House
Federal Drug Control Programs
High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program
National Security Council
Office of Administration
Office of Management and Budget
Office of National Drug Control Policy
Office of Policy Development
Official Residence of the Vice President
Special Assistance to the President
Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
White House Office
White House Repair and Restoration
Administrative Conference of the United States
Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Election Assistance Commission
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of Inspector General
Federal Election Commission
Federal Labor Relations Authority
Federal Trade Commission
General Services Administration
Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
Merit Systems Protection Board
Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation
National Archives and Records Administration
National Credit Union Administration
National Historical Publications and Records Commission
Office of Government Ethics
Office of Personnel Management and Related Trust Funds
Office of Special Counsel
Securities and Exchange Commission
Selective Service System
Small Business Administration
United States Postal Service, Payment to the Postal Service Fund, Postal Regulatory Commission and Office of Inspector General
United States Tax Court
General Provisions, Governmentwide
The 2018 Financial Services & General Government Appropriations bill embodies the worst of the policy priorities of the Republican majority. It would repeal Dodd-Frank consumer financial protections, undermine the Affordable Care Act, restrict women’s access to legal health services, meddle in the District of Columbia’s internal affairs, and diminish federal assistance t
Thank you Mr. Chairman,
I would like to first start by thanking staff on both sides for the long nights and weekends spent drafting this bill and preparing us for this markup.
Their efforts are what really keep the wheels turning around here and I know all the Members on my side share the same sentiment.
However, I must oppose the bill before us today.
This bill embodies the worst of the damage the Republican agenda would inflict on American families and the worst of a broken and secretive process.
Mr. Chairman, it’s nearly July, and we have no budget resolution, no allocations for the majority of appropriations bills, and no plan to avoid a catastrophic debt default.
Thank you Mr. Chairman,
I would like to join you in welcoming Treasury Secretary Mnuchin to the committee.
I thank you for making the time to be here today.