Leahy, Clean Budget Leaders Call on Congress to Reject Poison Pills in December Spending Bills
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), ranking member on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, and leaders from the Clean Budget Coalition are calling on Congress to reject partisan, poison pills attached to the December spending bills.
Partisan Poison Pills Don’t Belong in December Appropriations Bills
A diverse array of groups in the Clean Budget Coalition sent a letter today urging members of Congress to remove all of the partisan, poison pill policy riders from the December appropriations bills.
Congress Should Pass FY 2019 Appropriations Bills With No Poison Pill Riders
We urge Members of Congress to fully fund important programs and to reject any flawed bills that include ideological poison pill policy riders that would undo essential public safeguards.