House fails to pass $19 billion disaster relief bill

Image – Wikimedia

The House on Friday didn’t pass the Senate-passed $1 9 billion bill delivering crisis aid financing to portions of their United States struck by hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes, and wildfires after a Republican lawmaker objected.

The House strove to pass the step during a pro forma session with unanimous consent since most lawmakers had left for a week-long Memorial Day recess the day just before.

Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, cried, saying the charge didn’t deal with the humanitarian crisis in the U.S.-Mexico border and it was not paid.

“Our nation is strong enough, and compassionate enough, to have a more reactive and fiscally responsive way to aid those who hurt in the wake of natural disasters,” he said.

Related posts

gurugram Muslim case – CCTV shows no skull cap thrown, neither kurta was tore

NT Staff

Mamata banerjee to attend Modi’s swearing-in ceremony

NT Staff

Pakistan PM Imran Khan congratulates India’s Modi on election Success, calls for peace

NT Staff

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More