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More than $100 billion worth of taxpayer-funded aid has been sent to Ukraine for its fight against Russia, but where’s it all gone? That’s the question House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) and his fellow House Republicans want to answer.

“Since Russia invaded Ukraine nearly a year ago, Congress has provided more than $113 billion for security, humanitarian, economic, and governance assistance,” Oversight Republicans said this week. “It is critical that government agencies administering these funds ensure they are used for their intended purposes to prevent and reduce the risk of waste, fraud, and abuse.”

Given the federal government’s reputation – and recent revelations about how much fraud took place in the distribution of COVID-era aid – the Oversight Committee should be scrutinizing the use of tax dollars in Ukraine to ensure Americans’ aren’t being defrauded or having their hard-earned tax dollars wasted. Read more…