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From Rep. Larsen, representing Washington

BREAKING: The Senate passed the $40B Ukraine aid package in a 86-11 vote, clearing the way for Biden to sign it.

All 11 NO votes were Republicans: Blackburn, Boozman, Braun, Crapo, Hagerty, Hawley, Lee, Lummis, Marshall, Paul, and Tuberville.

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☑️ Support for the Ukrainian people & to help the young democracy continue to defend itself from Putin’s unprovoked attack #StandWithUkraine

From Sen. Cardin, representing Maryland

The U.S. flag is raised at the embassy in Kyiv, as it was reopened following three months of closure in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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Throughout this war, Ukraine has shown strength and resilience. It is important to see the U.S. resume operations in Kyiv and to see the U.S. flag once again flown above the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv. #StandWithUkraine

Cited source — go.com
From Rep. Vargas, representing California

Last week, I voted to send additional military, economic and humanitarian aid to Ukraine as they continue to fight off Putin’s brutal invasion.

The Senate MUST #StandWithUkraine and pass this critical funding now.

From Sen. Baldwin, representing Wisconsin

I support bipartisan legislation that helps Ukraine continue their fight against Putin's war attacking the freedom and independence of the Ukrainian people. The Senate needs to end the unnecessary delay, pass this emergency aid now, and #StandWithUkraine.

From Sen. Scott, representing Florida

McDonald’s will quit Russia and sell its business there, ending more than three decades in the country, over its invasion of Ukraine

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This is the right move, @McDonalds. For months, I’ve been urging companies to get out of Russia. Remaining in Russia only fuels Putin’s murderous war machine & his attacks on Ukraine.

Every American company needs to STOP DOING BUSINESS IN RUSSIA & #StandWithUkraine 🇺🇸🇺🇦

From Rep. Levin, representing California

This is horrific. Vladimir Putin is a war criminal and must be held accountable for his crimes.

This week, I voted to provide Ukraine with more military and humanitarian aid to help them confront these atrocities. #StandWithUkraine 🇺🇦

From Sen. Scott, representing Florida

This evening, my bill to freeze Russia and Belarus out of future IMF financing passed the House of Representatives with a final vote of 417-2.

My full statement can be read below.

Rep. French Hill (R-AR-2)
Little Rock, AR

Glad the House overwhelmingly passed this bipartisan, bicameral bill to prohibit the IMF from financing Russia & Belarus’ attacks against Ukraine.

I'm proud to lead this bill with Sen. Joe Manchin, III (D-WV) in the Senate & I urge our colleagues to quickly pass it. #StandWithUkraine

Cited source — hill.house.gov
From Rep. Manning, representing North Carolina

Yesterday, I voted to #SupportUkraine by passing a federal funding bill to equip the Ukrainian people with training, weapons, supplies, services, and intelligence support.

We must continue to bring immediate support to the people of Ukraine. #StandWithUkraine

From Rep. Fletcher, representing Texas

We must #StandWithUkraine in response to Russia’s unprovoked and unconscionable war against Ukraine.

Last night, I voted to send equipment, refugee services, and disaster assistance, and I will continue working to support Ukraine and protect democracy—abroad and at home.

From Rep. Kind, representing Wisconsin

I was proud to join my colleagues on both sides of the aisle in voting for this critical aid to support the Ukrainian people.

We will continue to #StandWithUkraine as they bravely defend their country, freedom, and democracy from Putin's brutal attack.

Cited source — cnbc.com