September 26, 2021
House Passes $691.7 Million OSHA Budget, Teeing Up Senate Battle
The House has passed, largely along party lines, a sweeping fiscal year 2022 spending bill that includes a $100 million budget increase for OSHA, setting the stage for Democrats to seek common ground with Senate Republicans on a bill that can clear the filibuster before current funding levels expire at the end of September. On July 29, the chamber by a 219-208 vote backed the “minibus” bill combining FY22 provisions from seven appropriations proposals including the labor, health and human...
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