Congress’s priorities: More dollars to Israel, Ukraine, Taiwan for endless wars

Thanks, Rick Rozoff.

House to hold separate votes on Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan aid

The roughly $95 billion package is split into three separate bills, but nevertheless it closely mirrors the foreign aid bill the Senate passed 70-29 in February. The House is scheduled to vote on the three bills on Saturday, punting it back to the Senate for another round of votes in the upper chamber. See here.

House Republicans unveil aid bills for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan as Johnson pushes forward

The three bills would provide $26.4 billion to support Israel, $60.8 billion to bolster Ukraine and $8.1 billion to counter China in the Indo-Pacific, including billions for Taiwan.

 

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