HFAC Markup July 10th


House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Michael McCaul announced the full committee will hold a markup to consider various measures on Wednesday, July 10th.

What: Markup of eighteen measures, including H.R. 8926, H.R. 8345, H.Res. 1323, H.R. 7914, H.R. 8232, H.R. 7151, H.R. 8924, H.R. 8892, H.R. 8936, H.Res. 837, H.R. 8566, H.Res. 554, H.R. 1425, H.R. 7025, H.J.Res.164, H.Res. 1328, H.R. 8934, and H.R. 3042. 

Date: Wednesday, July 10, 2024

Time: 10:00am ET

Location: Rayburn 2172


H.R. 8926, To modify and reauthorize the Better Utilization of Investments Leading to Development Act of 2018;

H.R. 8345, To limit funds to the United Nations and other organizations that provide any status, rights, or privileges beyond observer status to the Palestine Liberation Organization, and for other purposes;

H.Res. 1323, Rejecting the United Nations decision to place the Israel Defense Force on a list of child’s rights abusers;

H.R. 7914, To require the imposition of sanctions on the Popular Resistance Committees and other associated entities, and for other purposes;

H.R. 8232, To authorize the Secretary of State to withdraw from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East Federal funds previously made available to such organization;

H.R. 7151, To amend the Export Control Reform Act of 2018 to provide for expedited consideration of proposals for additions to, removals from, or other modifications with respect to entities on the Entity List, and for other purposes;

H.R. 8924, To require the Secretary of Commerce to identify and report on foreign adversary entities using intellectual property related to emerging technology without a license, and for other purposes;

H.R. 8892, To modify certain provisions relating to bilateral agreements and AUKUS defense trade cooperation under the Arms Export Control Act, and for other purposes;

H.R. 8936, To provide protection, support, and humanitarian assistance to Rohingya refugees and internally displaced people as well as promote accountability and a path out of genocide and crimes against humanity for Rohingya;

H.Res. 837, Reaffirming ties between the United States and the Philippines;

H.R. 8566, To require reports and certain actions with respect to the Republic of Georgia;

H.Res. 554, Affirming the nature and importance of the support of the United States for the religious and ethnic minority survivors of genocide in Iraq;

H.R. 1425, To require any convention, agreement, or other international instrument on pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response reached by the World Health Assembly to be subject to Senate ratification;

H.R. 7025, To extend and authorize annual appropriations for the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom through fiscal year 2026;

H.J.Res.164, Providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Department of Commerce relating to “Revision of Firearms License Requirements”;

H.Res. 1328, Recognizing the actions of the Rapid Support Forces and allied militias in the Darfur region of Sudan against non-Arab ethnic communities as acts of genocide;

H.R. 8934, To require the imposition of sanctions with respect to foreign persons engaged in piracy, and for other purposes; and

H.R. 3042, To modify the requirements for candidate countries under the Millennium Challenge Act of 2003, and for other purposes.


***NOTE: Measures may be added or changed. Check here for updates.***

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