Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has proposed an amendment to a supplementary funding bill for Ukraine that mandates members of Congress who vote “in favor” to join the Ukrainian military. The introduction of Greene’s amendment coincides with the release of the legislative text by House Republicans, which encompasses four bills consolidated into one, as reported by CBS News.

The first three bills allocate $26.4 billion to Israel, $60.8 billion to Ukraine, and $8.1 billion to address the threat posed by China in the Indo-Pacific region and provide foreign aid to Taiwan. The fourth bill is centered on implementing additional defense measures to enhance the “national security” of the United States.

“Any Member of Congress who votes in favor of this Act shall be required to conscript in the Ukrainian military,” the amendment reads.

During a closed meeting of the House Republican Conference on Monday, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) unveiled his strategy to consolidate all four bills into a unified piece of legislation, with a single vote to be taken.

If successful, this vote would pave the way for separate votes on each of the individual bills. The legislative package, along with the four individual bills it encompasses, would only require a majority of support on the floor.

Previously, Johnson had announced that each of the four bills would be presented on the floor, allowing members of Congress to propose additional amendments before a final vote takes place. Members of Congress were reportedly given a 72-hour window to review the legislative package before the scheduled vote on Saturday.