From a House Foreign Affairs Committee press release this afternoon:
. . . the House today voted overwhelmingly to expand the landmark U.S. effort to combat HIV/AIDS worldwide that, during the past five years, has saved millions of lives.
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The 2003 law provided the U.S. global health effort $15 billion over five years; the legislation passed by the House today authorizes $50 billion for the next five years. The President had called for only a $30 billion reauthorization, and the White House renewed that call just after the February committee vote; nevertheless, yesterday the Administration issued a statement strongly supporting the legislation. Some members of Congress this week sought amendments to cut the program’s budget back to $15 billion, but they did not succeed.
Now on to the Senate, but it seems likely to pass there given the politics.