“For over six months we have been calling on the administration to use every existing resource at their disposal to address this crisis,” Rogers said in a statement.
“Our calls have been met with little action, while the White House continues to cast aspersions and blame at others for lack of funding,” Rogers continued. “It is clear yet again, with the announcement today, that federal agencies do indeed have existing funds available within their budgets that can...
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