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Washington, DC – Today, U.S. Representative Young Kim (CA-40) voted in favor of H.R. 8752, the Homeland Security Appropriations Bill for Fiscal Year 2025 (FY25).  

Included in the bill is $1.875 million in community project funding Rep. Kim secured for the City of Chino Hills Fire Risk Reduction Project, which will help remove dead brush and wildfire fuel near urban areas and protect public safety. 

Rep. Kim also worked on two bipartisan amendments that were included in the bill to: 

  • Force the Biden administration to create a strategy to secure our Southern border; and, 
  • Increase resources for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Urban Search & Rescue Response System (US&R) task forces, which are deployed to respond to natural disasters in California and across the nation. Watch Rep. Kim speak on the House floor in support of US&R funding HERE

“Communities I represent face heightened public safety concerns, risks of wildfires and other natural disasters, and are just a two-hour drive away from ground zero of the worst border crisis in history,” said Rep. Young Kim. “Protecting public safety and strengthening national security are critical to keeping us safe and ensuring the American dream remains alive for future generations. I’m proud to support this bill to support border patrol and emergency responders, and I’m thrilled this includes vital emergency resources for CA-40 communities and my amendment to force the Biden administration to finally create a Southern border strategy.”  

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