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Today, U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra (R-Hull) voted for, and the U.S. House of Representatives passed, a critical military and humanitarian aid package to support Ukraine’s war effort against Vladimir Putin and rebuild the American military to prepare for potential conflicts around the globe. It passed the House by a bipartisan vote of 368 to 57.

“Despite all odds, the brave people of Ukraine are beating back Putin’s unjustified invasion of their country, and now more than ever, the United States must show strength and leadership on the global stage as Ukraine’s existence hangs in the balance,” said Rep. Feenstra. “Further, this crucial legislation will rebuild our military might and ensure American troops stationed near Ukraine receive the benefits they deserve. As a beacon of hope for freedom around the world, we must continue to support Ukraine and ensure that Putin is resoundingly defeated.”


Among several provisions, this package will specifically provide $8.7 billion to replenish U.S. stockpiles of military equipment sent to Ukraine through drawdown authority and $3.9 billion for mission support, intelligence support, and hardship pay for American troops deployed in the region.

Feenstra has supported every piece of legislation this Congress to help Ukraine defend itself against Putin’s evil regime, including:

Author: Press Release

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  1. He’s as nutty as the rest of them. What law gives them the power to steal people’s assets just because they are Russian? Why are they risking nuclear war for a corrupt country with a large contingent of genuine nazis? This money must be coming back to politicians in some form or other. It’s one big money laundering operation at the expense of US taxpayers and the Ukrainian people.


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