This week, House Republicans will vote on the FY24 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which provides for our nation’s defense and delivers on a key pillar of our Commitment to America - a nation that’s safe.
The FY24 NDAA supports our servicemembers and their families through a pay increase as well as improved housing and access to healthcare while pushing back against the radical woke ideology being forced on our servicemembers.
MAKE NO MISTAKE: House Republicans will always prioritize military readiness and our servicemembers' needs over President Biden's Far Left, woke agenda at the Department of Defense.
Prohibits funding for the teaching of CRT in the military.
Prohibits funds for any DoD advisory committee dealing with CRT.
Requires DoD to report to Congress on how much time and taxpayer dollars have been wasted on CRT training.
Ending DEI Overreach
Repeals the DoD’s unnecessary Chief Diversity Officer.
Guts the Pentagon’s DEI bureaucracy by prohibiting the DOD from paying anyone whose job it is to carry out DEI programs more than $92,000 (GS-10 level).
Requires the Secretary to assess and validate the need for every position in the DEI bureaucracy.
Eliminates funding for the DoD’s politically biased Countering Extremism Working Group.
Prohibits DoD from contracting with NewsGuard Technologies or similar advertising firms that blacklist conservative news sources.
Prohibits funds for any DoD advisory committee dealing with race, gender identity, sexual orientation, or social justice.
Prohibits Drag Shows
Eliminates funding for drag shows, Drag Queen Story Hours, or similar events.
Halts the Navy’s promotion of a drag queen as a “Digital Ambassador”.
Protecting Parents Rights
Includes a Parents Bill of Rights to ensure parents of children in DoD schools have the right to review curriculum, books, and instructional materials; meet with teachers; and provide consent before any medical exams or screenings by the school.
Preventing a Military Green New Deal
Does NOT authorize climate change programs.
Blocks DoD from requiring defense contractors to document the impact their weapons systems have on greenhouse gas emissions and submit plans to reduce emissions.
Ensures military ranges in the Gulf of Mexico remain open for critical training.
Cuts funding for questionable combat vehicle electrification research programs.
Prohibits funds for DoD advisory committees dealing with environmental justice.