From Inside PFAS Policy

House Approves Boost To PFAS Cleanups In FY25 Military Spending Bill

June 5, 2024
The House has approved a fiscal year 2025 spending bill after boosting spending on PFAS cleanups at closed military bases by $60 million while also directing officials to establish a registry of veterans who may have been exposed to PFAS in firefighting foam, although the measure faces a veto threat from President Joe Biden over other issues. Lawmakers approved H.R. 8580, the FY25 Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, on a 209-197 vote June 5. The bill...


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