Second Leadership Summit connects youth with legislators on urgent international issues.
House and Senate appropriators approved their respective Fiscal Year 2019 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs (SFOPS) bills. This follows their work on Agriculture appropriations bills, which they completed earlier in the month. Across these spending packages, Congress rejected the Administration’s proposal to cut foreign aid by more than one-third.
CRS joins more than two dozen U.S.-based organizations praising the bill.
Foreign aid is needed as the world's poor face an increasing number of challenges.
Leaders call on countries to ensure safe and legal pathways for migrants and refugees.
House Agriculture Committee passes the 2018 Farm Bill out of Committee.
Cuts would negatively impact millions of lives around the world.
CRS is deeply concerned about the proposed drastic cuts to international aid.
"Terminating TPS will tear families apart."
“This withdrawal does not reflect the values of the American people”