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July 10, 2006

FY 2007 DHS approps moves to the Senate floor

Filed under: Budgets and Spending — by Christian Beckner on July 10, 2006

The full Senate is preparing to vote tomorrow on the FY 2007 homeland security appropriations legislation – a vote that is likely be strongly in favor of passage, sending the bill to conference with the House and putting it on a timetable that should ensure passage before the end of the fiscal year. The Senate Appropriations Committee’s report on the legislation is now available online, detailing the provisions in the bill. I’ve put together a summary chart that compares the four different funding levels of key programs in (a) FY 2006, (b) the administration’s request, (c) the House bill, and (d) Senate bill – available in the jpg file at this link for your perusal.

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