Joyce Leads Full Committee Markup for FY25 Financial Services Appropriations Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Dave Joyce (OH-14) led the House Appropriations Committee full committee markup for the Fiscal Year 2025 Financial Services and General Government bill. Congressman Joyce is the primary author of this funding bill as Chairman for the Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government. 

See full opening remarks here.

“The core mission of this bill is to protect the integrity of America’s financial and judicial systems,” said Congressman Joyce. “In order to fulfill that mission, this bill makes cuts to prevent agency overreach by prohibiting funds for dozens of regulating actions such as blocking the FCC from regulating broadband rates, the FTC from controlling how every day Americans purchase a car, and the SEC from collecting and surveilling transactions of everyone who invests in the stock market. With these key priorities in the bill, I am proud we were able to advance it out of Committee and to the House floor.”

“The FY25 FSGG bill protects taxpayers and constrains bureaucratic overreach. The integrity of our financial, judicial, and election systems is supported while reducing spending from the previous fiscal year. Importantly, we reject the reckless spending and radical policy agenda pushed by the Biden Administration. By refocusing agencies on their fundamental missions, we implement needed accountability. Chairman Joyce ensured government works for – and not against – the people,” said House Appropriations Chairman Tom Cole.

Bill text, before adoption of amendments, is available here.
Bill report, before adoption of amendments, is available here.

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