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House Pakistan Aid Bill Introduced « The Washington Independent

Jul 31, 2020
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That didn’t take long. On the heels of the Senate passing a $7.5 billion Pakistan aid bill, Rep. Howard Berman (D-Calif.) introduces his counterpart legislation. From a Berman statement:
“After many weeks of discussion and negotiation, this step now clears the way for U.S. efforts to help create a better future for Pakistan,” Berman said. “Our bicameral, bipartisan legislation demonstrates our intention to cement effective partnerships with the people, leaders, and institutions of Pakistan. I look forward to seeing it pass the House soon.”
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