WASHINGTON – Today, Congresswoman Jahana Hayes (CT-05) voted to advance three national security bills to support Ukraine in the fight against Russia, Israel to defend against Hamas and Iran, and the Indo-Pacific for deterrence against Chinese aggression. The legislation also delivers humanitarian aid for Gaza and vulnerable populations around the world in places like Haiti, Chad, Sudan and others. The passage of these bills follows months of delay by House Republican leadership, despite an immediate need for funding. House Democrats delivered the votes to advance this vital legislation.

“Today, I voted to provide urgently needed funding for our foreign allies and deliver overdue humanitarian aid. For months, I have been firm in my support for Ukraine, Israel, the Indo-Pacific, and the innocent Palestinians in Gaza and have advocated to advance national security funding,” said Congresswoman Hayes. “National security experts have expressed the need to support our allies with security funding, and months of delays in the consideration of any supplemental legislation puts the safety of Americans and our global partners at risk. These funding bills will now advance to the U.S. Senate, and I look forward to the legislation being signed into law by President Biden, finally supplying our allies with the resources they desperately need.”

The Indo-Pacific Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024 passed 385-34-1. Summary available here.

The Israel Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024 passed 366-58. Summary available here.

The Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024 passed 311-112-1. Summary available here.