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Appropriations Request







Please Note: This is not a form for Federal grant requests.

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Part of my duties in representing Texas' Fourth District, is to ensure that our federal government works for the citizens and not the special interests.  In the appropriations process, that remains my goal and the principal consideration behind all appropriations made by Congress.

If you would like to request a specific funding level or submit a request for specific legislative or report language, that would assist the constituents of Texas' Fourth District, please submit an appropriations request using the form below.  If you have trouble using the form below, please complete and email this file to submissions not using the office's form will be deleted. 

All requests must be submitted a minimum of two weeks before the subcommittee’s posted deadline. Requests submitted late will not be considered. For assistance with this form please call the Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-6673.


Submission of this form does not guarantee that the programmatic/language requested will be included in the final legislation, nor does it create any obligation for the office of Congressman Pat Fallon to submit any request or ensure that any program, organization, or group will receive funding at a specific level, or any level at all.  Any evaluations of this submission will be carried out consistent with congressional and agency rules and regulations. This request may also be made publicly available.

House Rules prohibit Members from specifically requesting earmarks.  House Rule 21 defines earmarks as:

“a provision or report language included primarily at the request of a Member, Delegate, Resident Commissioner, or Senator providing, authorizing or recommend a specific amount of discretionary budget authority, credit authority, or other spending authority for a contract, loan, loan guarantee, grant, loan authority, or other expenditure with or to an entity, or targeted to a specific State, locality or Congressional district, other than through a statutory or administrative formula-driven or competitive award process.”