CCAGW Annual Ratings

Fiscal 2022 State-Foreign Operations Appropriations -- En Bloc Amendments


Lee, D-Calif., en bloc amendments no. 2 to the bill, including seven amendments that would prohibit the use of funds provided by the bill to be used for U.S. membership in or contributions to the World Health Organization; decrease by $307.6 million funding for obligations of membership in international multilateral organizations; strike a provision that would waive the requirement that Congress authorize certain loans to the International Monetary Fund; prohibit the use of funds provided by the bill to be used to make assessed or voluntary contributions on behalf of the United States to or for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, or the Green Climate Fund; strike from the bill a provision that would require not less than $760 million of funding provided for global health activities to be made available for family planning and reproductive health, including in areas where population growth threatens biodiversity or endangered species; decrease by $70 million, thereby eliminating all funding provided, funding for the United Nations Population Fund, which is the U.N.'s sexual and reproductive health agency; and strike from the bill a provision that would authorize funding provided by the bill for U.S. contributions to the United Nations for international peacekeeping activities to exceed an existing statutory cap on contributions to the U.N.

Vote Number: 
House Vote 240
Bill Number: 
HR 4373
CCAGW Position: 
Vote Results: 
Rejected 202-217 : D 0-215; R 202-2