The Senate will begin their work on the FY20 budget when they return from August recess after Labor Day, including spending levels for critical U.S. international assistance that supports migrants and refugees overseas through humanitarian aid and development programs.
The administration released its budget proposal in March--proposing drastic cuts to this life-saving assistance. Foreign aid helps migrants and refugees around the world meet their basic needs, and addresses factors, like violence, hunger, and lack of economic opportunity, that force people to migrate.
Oppose cuts to foreign aid and ensure the Senate protects life-saving programs that reduce hunger, provide shelter and create opportunities for the future at the highest levels possible.
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