Congressman Bergman’s Statement on Voting in Favor of H.R. 3922
“I’m proud to have supported this legislation, which provides funding for essential healthcare programs for children and those most in need. These common-sense policies protect the most vulnerable, while prioritizing spending, reducing federal subsides, and ensuring tax-payer money is spent efficiently and effectively. We can and must continue to invest in programs like the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and Community Health Centers because of the invaluable services they provide in Michigan’s First District and across the country. However, with our national debt over $20 trillion, Congress must also be vigilant about how we prioritize spending on federal programs. The types of reforms included in this legislation should accompany any spending bill that Congress approves.”
The CHAMPIONING HEALTHY KIDS Act (H.R. 3922) includes:
H.R. 3922 passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a bipartisan vote of 242-174.