Anti-terrorism funding boost
By a vote of 200 for and 227 against, the House on Wednesday rejected a GOP effort to boost spending in HR 264 for the Treasury Department's Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, which combats terrorist financing in U.S. and international financial systems, enforces economic sanctions and polices global money laundering. Republicans sought to increase the office's 2019 budget by $2 million to $161 million. A yes vote was to increase the bill's anti-terrorism funding by about 1 percent.
Yes: Fitzpatrick, Meuser
No: Dean, Houlahan, Wild, Cartwright