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US, Ukraine need to agree on goals

May 20, 2022 Lawrence J. Haas The Hill

Are the United States and its allies willing to pay the price, assume the risks, and support Ukrainian efforts not only to restore the borders of Feb. 23 but also retake Crimea? They may be. But let’s make sure there’s no misunderstanding on that score in Kyiv, Washington, or the capitals of our NATO allies.

Congress shouldn’t rubber stamp Biden’s $33 billion supplemental for Ukraine

May 10, 2022 Victoria Coates, Rep. Chip Roy The Hill

Given the extraordinary size of President Biden’s most recent request, it is well past time for Congress to stop being a rubber stamp and start exercising proper oversight by demanding answers to some fundamental questions—first and foremost being “what is the overarching purpose of this assistance?”