$1,000 per U.S. Family in War Spending Up for a Vote Today
[Update: The Senate counterpart to this bill has been introduced as S. 1054.]
Today, the House is scheduled to debate a supplemental spending bill, mostly for funding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The bill would spend about $1,000 per U.S. family. (OK, the precise figure is $988.)
H.R. 2346 is the bill. If you want to speak with your Member of Congress about it, you can dial (202) 224-3121 to reach the Capitol switchboard. When you’re put through, be polite.
Here’s the current vote on H.R. 2346, The Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009. Click to vote, comment, learn more, or edit the wiki article about the bill.