Political and Legislative

Negotiators Advance Appropriations Bills Through House

House negotiators have advanced spending bills worth more than $1 trillion for the coming fiscal year as the chamber’s leadership seeks to put a bow on its messy appropriations work.

The House Appropriations Committee on Thursday approved two fiscal year 2023 funding bills that cover the departments of Labor, Health and Human Services (HHS), Transportation and Housing and Urban Development (HUD). They were the final two of 12 annual government funding bills to pass out of the committee this year and their passage capped off weeks of partisan battles over how the government should be funded.

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