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Washington, D.C.– As Congress considers passing another short-term deal to keep the government open, Bread for the World today urged lawmakers to address four issues that have a significant impact on people who struggle with hunger and poverty.
Bread believes that any continuing resolution passed by Congress must:
Increase funding for non-military programs
Enact bipartisan legislation that provides Dreamers with a pathway to citizenship and keeps immigrant families together.
Fully fund and reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
Provide disaster relief for Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Texas, Florida, and California.
“We pray that our nation’s leaders can reach an agreement and approve these four measures,” Beckmann said.
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