H R 7691 Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2022 PASSED

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Vote (361-57)

On Passage: H R 7691 Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2022

Passage of the bill, as amended, that would provide approximately $40.1 billion in emergency funding to support the Ukrainian resistance against the Russian invasion, including approximately $20.1 billion for the Defense Department, $13.9 billion for the State Department and $4.4 billion for the U.S. Agency for International Development.

It would also authorize $11 billion in presidential drawdown authority to provide emergency foreign military assistance in fiscal 2022.

Within Defense funding, it would provide $17.9 billion for military operations, including $6 billion for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative and $9.1 billion to replenish defense article stocks and reimburse defense services and training provided by the Defense Department to assist Ukraine; $1.2 billion for weapon procurement, including $500 million for critical munitions; and $600 million for purchases under the Defense Production Act.

It would increase from $450 million to $950 million the cap on assistance the U.S. can provide to support friendly foreign countries in fiscal 2022.

Within State Department funding, it would provide $8.8 billion for the Economic Support Fund; $4 billion for the Foreign Military Financing program; and $350 million for migration and refugee assistance.

Among other provisions, it would authorize $900 million for the Administration for Children and Families to provide refugee assistance; $54 million for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention public health activities and medical support for displaced populations from Ukraine; and $67 million for Justice Department activities related to seizing forfeited property related to Russian aggression.

Passed by a vote of 368 - 57:
  • Republicans 149-57
  • Democrats 219-0

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