House Appropriators Approve $124.2B HHS Bill That Hikes Health Spending

By Jessica Karins / June 30, 2022 at 6:50 PM
Updated Story The House Appropriations Committee on Thursday (June 30) approved a $124.2 billion fiscal 2023 spending bill for HHS that increases funding for many key health programs. The funding level is $15.6 billion above the fiscal 2022 enacted level but $298 million below the president’s request. The bill was part of a broader Labor, HHS, Education spending package approved by the committee by a vote of 32-24. Republican members opposed the legislation because of concerns about...

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