Interior Subcommittee Members House Appropriations Committee

February 8, 2019 7:20 am by admin
Today the u s house of representatives interior appropriations subcommittee approved legislation on a voice vote to fund the national endowment for the
Rep john e peterson r pa speaks on his amendment
Interior Subcommittee Members House Appropriations Committee

Traditionally, after a federal budget for the upcoming fiscal year has been passed, the appropriations subcommittees receive information about what the budget sets as their spending ceilings.[2] This is called “302(b) allocations” after section 302(b) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. That amount is separated into smaller amounts for each of the twelve Subcommittees. The federal budget does not become law and is not signed by the President. Instead, it is guide for the House and the Senate in making appropriations and tax decisions.[2] However, no budget is required and each chamber has procedures in place for what to do without one.[2] The House and Senate now consider appropriations bills simultaneously, although originally the House went first. The House Committee on Appropriations usually reports the appropriations bills in May and June and the Senate in June. Any differences between appropriations bills passed by the House and the Senate are resolved in the fall.[2]

Membership[edit] Members, 115th Congress Majority Minority Ken Calvert, California, Chairman Mike Simpson, Idaho, Vice Chair Tom Cole, Oklahoma David Joyce, Ohio Chris Stewart, Utah Mark Amodei, Nevada Evan Jenkins, West Virginia Betty McCollum, Minnesota, Ranking Member Chellie Pingree, Maine Derek Kilmer, Washington Marcy Kaptur, Ohio Ex officio Rodney Frelinghuysen, New Jersey Nita Lowey, New York External links[edit] Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies References[edit] This United States Congress–related article is a stub.

You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

There are three types of appropriations bills: regular appropriations bills, continuing resolutions, and supplemental appropriations bills.[1] Regular appropriations bills are the twelve standard bills that cover the funding for the federal government for one fiscal year and that are supposed to be enacted into law by October 1.[4] If Congress has not enacted the regular appropriations bills by the time, it can pass a continuing resolution, which continues the pre-existing appropriations at the same levels as the previous fiscal year (or with minor modifications) for a set amount of time.[1] The third type of appropriations bills are supplemental appropriations bills, which add additional funding above and beyond what was originally appropriated at the beginning of the fiscal year. Supplemental appropriations bills can be used for things like disaster relief.[5]

Appropriations bills are one part of a larger United States budget and spending process. They are preceded in that process by the president’s budget proposal, congressional budget resolutions, and the 302(b) allocation. Article One of the United States Constitution, section 9, clause 7, states that “No money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law…” This is what gives Congress the power to make these appropriations. The President, however, still has the power to veto appropriations bills.[1]

Republicans Ken Calvert, California, Chairman Mike Simpson, Idaho Tom Cole, Oklahoma David Joyce, Ohio Chris Stewart, Utah, Vice Chair Mark Amodei, Nevada Evan Jenkins, West Virginia

1 Appropriations process 2 Appropriations bills 3 Membership 4 External links 5 References

United States House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies

Categories: Subcommittees of the United States House of RepresentativesUnited States Congress stubs

An appropriations bill is a bill that appropriates (gives to, sets aside for) money to specific federal government departments, agencies, and programs. The money provides funding for operations, personnel, equipment, and activities.[1] Regular appropriations bills are passed annually, with the funding they provide covering one fiscal year. The fiscal year is the accounting period of the federal government, which runs from October 1 to September 30 of the following year.[3]

The House Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies is a standing subcommittee within the House Appropriations Committee. The United States House Committee on Appropriations has joint jurisdiction with the United States Senate Committee on Appropriations over all appropriations bills in the United States Congress.[1] Each committee has 12 matching subcommittees, each of which is tasked with working on one of the twelve annual regular appropriations bills. This subcommittee has jurisdiction over the budget for the United States Department of the Interior and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

Democrats Betty McCollum, Minnesota, Ranking Member Chellie Pingree, Maine Derek Kilmer, Washington Marcy Kaptur, Ohio

Related Images of Interior Subcommittee Members House Appropriations Committee
Epa administrator scott pruitt testifies before a house appropriations subcommittee on the agencys fiscal year 2018 budget request
Smithsonian secretary david skorton testifies before a house appropriations subcommittee on his agencys fiscal year 2017 budget request of 922 million
House subcommittee outlines 2018 interior budget cuts to epa additional funding for indian health and education services included in bill
Epa administrator testifies at a house appropriations subcommittee hearing on his agencys budget request for fiscal year 2019
In advance of tomorrows house appropriations committee vote on environmental program cuts teddy roosevelt impersonator
Epa administrator scott pruitt arrives to testify before the house appropriations committee subcommittee on interior
Americans for the arts funding bill cuts 5 million from nea
National institute of allergy and infectious diseases and the national institutes on aging and drug abuse testify on the fiscal year 2017 nih budget
In advance of tomorrows house appropriations committee vote on environmental program cuts teddy roosevelt impersonator
Epa administrator scott pruitt testifies before the house appropriations committee subcommittee on interior environment
House appropriations committee ranking democrat rep norman dicks d wash arrives
Panel approves interior epa spending bill
Who
Subcommittee markup fy2019 t hud appropriations bill eventid108309
House science space and technology committee chairman lamar smith tx 21 house committee on appropriations subcommittee on interior environment
Appropriations committee
U s senate and the chairman of the senate energy and natural resources committee and senate appropriations interior and environment subcommittee sen
Ranking member
Spanish House Reveals Multiple Meanings
Spanish House Reveals Multiple Meanings

Spanish House Reveals Multiple MeaningsSpanish House Reveals Multiple Meanings to express the roughness of a time estimate (where it can […]

Tips For How To Stage A Bedroom To Sell Celebrating Everyday Life
Tips For How To Stage A Bedroom To Sell Celebrating Everyday Life

Tips For How To Stage A Bedroom To Sell Celebrating Everyday LifeTips For How To Stage A Bedroom To Sell […]

401 Best Interior Design Simply Scandinavian Images On Pinterest
401 Best Interior Design Simply Scandinavian Images On Pinterest

401 Best Interior Design Simply Scandinavian Images On Pinterest401 Best Interior Design Simply Scandinavian Images On Pinterest 401 Best Interior […]

Best Modern House Plans And Designs Worldwide
Best Modern House Plans And Designs Worldwide

Best Modern House Plans And Designs WorldwideBest Modern House Plans And Designs Worldwide Alright, now let’s hear what you think […]

Fiza Studio Contemporary Interior Design Bethesda
Fiza Studio Contemporary Interior Design Bethesda

Fiza Studio Contemporary Interior Design BethesdaFiza Studio Contemporary Interior Design Bethesda Hourly consultation for all of your interior design needs […]

Apartment Decorating
Apartment Decorating

Apartment DecoratingApartment Decorating Get the look: orange lamp ($84, amazon.com), pink pillow cover ($5, amazon.com), pink striped pillow ($6, amazon.com) […]