H.R. 8771 – Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2025 (2024)

Agreed to by Recorded Vote

Burchett/Cammack #9– Prohibits funds from being used to finalize any rule or regulation that has resulted in or is likely to result in an annual effect on the economy of $100 million or moreAGREED TO210-204
Mace#36 – Reduces Migration and Refugee Assistance funding by $500 million and increases International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement funding by $500 millionAGREED TO213-199
Moskowitz#45 – Prohibits funds appropriated by this act to be made available for the State Department to cite statistics obtained from the Gaza Health MinistryAGREED TO269-144

Ogles #50 – Prohibits the use of funds from being used to administer or enforce National Security Memorandum 20 (National Security Memorandum on Safeguards and Accountability With Respect to Transferred Defense Articles and Defense Services)AGREED TO216-197
Tenney #63– Prohibits funding for Executive Order 14019, relating to Promoting Access to VotingAGREED TO208-202
Tenney #64– Prohibits federal funds to pay the salary of, reinstate, or reemploy Robert MalleyAGREED TO218-188

Waltz #72
– Prohibits funds from this Act from being used to support the Gaza pierAGREED TO209-200
Wilson (SC) #75– Clarifies the funding prohibition of taxpayer dollars going to the Assad regime in the bill encompasses taxpayer dollars that are provided both directly and indirectly to the regimeAGREED TO257-154

Failed by Recorded Vote

Brecheen #1– Reduces funding for educational and cultural exchange programs to FY2019 levels FAILED164-246
Brecheen #2– Reduces funding for the Global Environment Facility by $139,575,000FAILED180-227
Brecheen #3– Reduces funding for the U.S. Institute of Peace to FY2019 enacted levelsFAILED164-244
Burchett #4 – Reduces the salary of the Special Assistant to the Director of Programming at Voice of America to $1FAILED166-244-2
Gosar #13– Prohibits funds for the TechCamp public diplomacy program of the Bureau of Educational & Cultural AffairsFAILED156-254
Gosar #14– Prohibits funds to approve of Foreign Military Sales to UkraineFAILED61-350
Gosar #15– Prohibits funds for the Bilateral Security Agreement Between the United States of America and UkraineFAILED76-334
Gosar #16– Prohibits funds for the Special Representative for Ukraine's Economic RecoveryFAILED109-303
Greene #18 – Reduces the salary of, Samantha Power, Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development, to $1FAILED133-277-1
Greene #19 – Prohibits funding for UkraineFAILED70-342
Greene #20 – Prohibits funding for USAIDFAILED81-331
Hageman #21 – Prohibits funds for the Food and Agriculture Organization FAILED175-236
Hageman #22 – Prohibits funding for the International Organization for Migration's activities in the Western Hemisphere FAILED187-225
Mace #35 – Prohibits funds made available by this Act from being obligated, expended, or otherwise made available to the United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesFAILED163-249
Perry #54 – Strikes International Disaster Assistance fundingFAILED101-312
Spartz #59 – Prohibits funding for the UN unless specifically authorized by CongressFAILED182-230
Steube #61– Prohibits funds from being provided to the Lebanese Armed ForcesFAILED103-308
Tiffany #68– Prohibits funds from being used to pay any United States contribution to the United Nations or any affiliated agency of the United NationsFAILED149-259

Agreed to by Voice Vote

En Bloc #1 (Burgess #7, Connolly #10, Connolly #11, Foster #12, Issa #25, Jackson Lee #26, Jackson Lee #27, James #28, Keating #29, LaLota #30, Lawler #31, Lawler #33, Lawler #34, Miller (WV) #40, Miller-Meeks #41, Molinaro #42, Molinaro #43, Moore (WI) #44, Moylan #46, Ogles #51, Ogles #52, Ogles #53, Pfluger #55, Schweikert #58, Steil #60, Thompson (PA) #65, Tiffany #66, Titus #69, Vasquez #70, Waltz #71, Wilson (SC) #73, Wilson (SC) #74)
Burchett #5– Prohibits funding for the U.S. Agency for Global Media
Burchett #6– Prohibits the funding of the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate
Burlison #8– Prohibits funding for the World Economic Forum
Issa #23– Prohibits funding for documents, statements, or other communications that refers to the General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party by the title of ‘‘President”
Issa #24– Prohibits funds appropriated by this Act from being made available to support the implementation or negotiations toward an extension of the Scientific and Technological Cooperation Protocol Between the United States of America and China
Lawler #32– Increases funding for the Peace Corps account by $20 million to match the FY24 enacted level. Decreases funding for the Office of the Secretary of State, through the Diplomatic Programs account, by $20 million
Ogles #48– Prohibits the use of funds to delist the People's Republic of China from the "Majors List"
Ogles #49– Prohibits the use of funds from being made available to pay the salary and expenses of Antony Blinken
Steube #62– Prohibits funds from being delivered to the government of Iraq
Tiffany #67– Prohibits funds from this Act from being used to enforce arbitrary restrictions on executive branch officials regarding travel to Taiwan and normal communication with Taiwanese officials imposed by the State Department through the “Memorandum for All Department and Agency Executive Secretaries” entitled “Revised Guidelines on Interaction with Taiwan” dated June 29, 2021

Failed by Voice Vote

Ramirez #57– Strikes paragraph prohibiting support of Migration Management

Not Offered

Greene #17– Reduces the salary of David Pressman, United States Ambassador to Hungary, to $1
Mast #37– Prohibits funds from enforcing Executive Order 14115 that has been used by the Administration to sanction Israelis
Mast #38– Reduces the funds provided to State Department's Educational and Cultural Exchange program to $0
Mast #39– Reduces the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor to $0
Nehls #47– Reduces Migration and Refugee Assistance funding by 25%
Phillips #56– Increases the Development Assistance account by $10 million for the purpose of supporting democracy, civil society, and economic development in Tunisia (decreases same amount from USAID's Operating Expenses)

H.R. 8771 – Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2025 (2024)
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