Biden Proposes Nearly $2 Billion More for ATF in Fiscal 2024

President Biden’s fiscal 2024 budget proposal adds about $2 billion to the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Control Agency (ATF) budget.

The proposal to replenish the ATF comes at a time when some in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives are calling for the ATF to be abolished, while others are pushing to abolish an ATF initiative they deem unconstitutional. increase.

The funding proposal also comes at a time when numerous lawsuits have been filed against the ATF over the AR Pistol Stabilizer Brace Rule, the 80% Flame Rule, and the Bump Stock Ban.

page 40 Biden’s budget proposal Add $1.9 billion to ATF.

Funding is ubiquitous in adding ATF personnel and working against gun trafficking.[increased] Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) has teamed up with Democrats to secure a seat in the summer of 2022.

Biden’s budget provides an additional $51 million to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Many Republicans believe the FBI has been weaponized.

Biden’s budget also specifies the allocation of nearly $3 billion more to U.S. attorneys.

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