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Capitol Correspondence - 04.29.19

House Schedules Hearing to Begin Funding Health and Human Services, Labor, and Education

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As shared by Politico:

“The House Appropriations Committee has scheduled its first subcommittee markup of the year, starting with a bill to fund the departments of Labor, Health and Human Services and Education.

The Labor-HHS-Education subcommittee will take up its fiscal 2020 spending bill on Tuesday at 4 p.m. in 2358-C Rayburn. The text of the bill is expected to be released about 24 hours in advance.

House spending leaders will be assuming a total of $733 billion in defense spending and $631 billion in non-defense spending as they mark up fiscal 2020 funding bills this spring, Appropriations Chairwoman Nita Lowey said earlier this month.”