Immigration enforcement agencies, including U.S. Customs and Border Protection, would lose millions in funding under a House spending bill released Tuesday.
- CBP would get $14.1 billion in net discretionary appropriations, almost a billion dollars less than the current fiscal year and a half-billion dollars less than the White House requested, under the draft fiscal 2022 homeland security appropriations bill
- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement would get $1.55 million less than fiscal 2021, while U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services would get a $346.7 million increase, which would help address processing backlogs
- Measure would rescind more than $2 billion from prior year ...