H.R.5538 – Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2017. House Amendments

H.R.5538 – Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2017. House Amendments

Mr. Bishop (UT) raised a point of order against the content of the measure. Mr. Bishop (UT) raised a point of order against section 128 of the bill, stating it changed existing law and constituted legislation in an appropriations bill. The Chair sustained the point of order.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Castor (FL), numbered 1 printed in House Report 114-683 to match the budget request for Law Enforcement of the National Wildlife Refuge System. On agreeing to the Castor (FL) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 197 – 225 (Roll no. 417).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Cicilline, numbered 2 printed in House Report 114-683 to increase funding for the Operation of the National Park System (ONPS) account by $2,500,000, and decrease funding for the Departmental Operations Account for the Department of Interior by $2,500,000. On agreeing to the Cicilline amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Himes, numbered 3 printed in House Report 114-683 to fund the New England National Scenic Trail at $300,000 within the Operation of the National Park System. On agreeing to the Himes amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 183 – 241 (Roll no. 418).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Griffith, numbered 4 printed in House Report 114-683 to provide a distribution of funds among Appalachian states for reclamation of abandoned mine lands in conjunction with economic and community development, offset by funds from the Environmental Programs and Management account. On agreeing to the Griffith amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lujan, Ben Ray (NM), numbered 5 printed in House Report 114-683 to decrease and increase funding to the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) by $1 million to require that the BIA to report, identify and adjudicate to landowners egress and ingress easements where they do not exist for landowners on land parcels adjudicated under the Pueblo Lands Act of 1924. By unanimous consent, the Lujan, Ben Ray (NM) amendment was withdrawn.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lujan, Ben Ray (NM), numbered 6 printed in House Report 114-683 to decrease and increase funding to the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) by $1 million to require the BIA to update and digitize its inventory of rights-of-way records and to make them publicly available in a commonly used mapping format.  By unanimous consent, the Lujan, Ben Ray (NM) amendment was withdrawn.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Ellison, numbered 8 printed in House Report 114-683 to reprogram already appropriated funds to create an Office of Good Jobs for the Department of Interior. On agreeing to the Ellison amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 173 – 251 (Roll no. 419).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Norcross, numbered 9 printed in House Report 114-683 to add $13,060,000 to the Hazardous Substance Superfund (equal to President’s Budget request) and reduces Payments In Lieu of Taxes by the same amount. On agreeing to the Norcross amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 143 – 282 (Roll no. 420).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Beyer, numbered 10 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike lines 4 through 19 on page 67.  On agreeing to the Beyer amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 190 – 235 (Roll no. 421).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Huffman, numbered 11 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike Section 122. On agreeing to the Huffman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 184 – 240 (Roll no. 422).

An amendment, offered by Ms. Castor (FL), numbered 12 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike section 124. On agreeing to the Castor (FL) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 186 – 237 (Roll no. 423).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Huffman, numbered 13 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike Section 127 of the Act, which would delay the finalization and implementation of the proposed rule for air quality control, reporting, and compliance in specific offshore areas of the Gulf of Mexico and the Arctic Ocean. On agreeing to the Huffman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 181 – 244 (Roll no. 424).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Smith (MO), numbered 14 printed in House Report 114-683 to eliminate funding for the Air, Climate and Energy Research Program under EPA. On agreeing to the Smith (MO) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 208 – 217 (Roll no. 425).

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Lummis, numbered 15 printed in House Report 114-683 to increase the EPA’s Inspector General fund by $10,038,000 to bring up to President’s request and decreases the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Environmental Programs and Management fund by $14,000,000. On agreeing to the Lummis amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gosar, numbered 16 printed in House Report 114-683 to redirect funds from EPA bureaucracy to the Forest Service Hazardous Fuels account in order to prevent dangerous wildfires. On agreeing to the Gosar amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Westerman, numbered 17 printed in House Report 114-683 to remove funds from the EPA bureaucracy, and places them into the US Forest Service’s Forest and Rangeland Research Account, which funds the Forest Products Laboratory and Forest Inventory and Analysis, among other programs. On agreeing to the Westerman amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Johnson (GA), numbered 18 printed in House Report 114-683 to ensure implementation of the EPA’s Final Rule on the Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals from Electric Utilities is consistent with Executive Order 12898. On agreeing to the Johnson (GA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Esty, numbered 19 printed in House Report 114-683 to direct $10,000,000 to Brownfields projects within State and Tribal Assistance Grants (STAG) from Superfund cleanup to help states leverage $18 for $1 expended for the purpose of cleaning up brownfield properties, such as abandoned factories or former dry cleaning establishments, in their communities. On agreeing to the Esty amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Palmer, numbered 20 printed in House Report 114-683 to eliminate funding for Diesel Emission Reduction Grants and sends the savings to the spending reduction account. On agreeing to the Palmer amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 175 – 250 (Roll no. 426).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lujan, Ben Ray (NM), numbered 21 printed in House Report 114-683 to decrease and increase State and Tribal Assistance Grants by $6 million to direct the EPA to work with the affected States and Indian tribes to implement a long-term monitoring program for water quality of the Animas and San Juan Rivers in response to the Gold King Mine spill. On agreeing to the Lujan, Ben Ray (NM) amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 219 – 207 (Roll no. 427).

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Dingell, numbered 22 printed in House Report 114-683 to remove language that would exempt a number of potentially damaging activities in National Forests from consideration, including public notice and comment and alternatives analysis, under the National Environmental Policy Act. On agreeing to the Dingell amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 170 – 256 (Roll no. 428).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Cartwright, numbered 25 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike section 425, which prohibits the EPA from acting on changes to the definition of `fill material’ and `discharge of fill material’ under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. On agreeing to the Cartwright amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Lawrence, numbered 26 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike section 427. By unanimous consent, the Lawrence amendment was withdrawn.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Cartwright, numbered 27 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike language that would delay implementation of the EPA Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule. On agreeing to the Cartwright amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 195 – 231 (Roll no. 429).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Becerra, numbered 28 printed in House Report 114-638 to strike section 430 of Interior Appropriations bill for FY 17. On agreeing to the Becerra amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 190 – 236 (Roll no. 430).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Peters, numbered 29 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike section 431. On agreeing to the Peters amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 182 – 244 (Roll no. 431).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Peters, numbered 30 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike Section 434 to allow the EPA to regulate ozone-depleting substances under the Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) program to improve public health and fight the root causes of climate change. On agreeing to the Peters amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Peters, numbered 31 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike Section 436 to allow federal agencies to use the social cost of carbon in rule makings and guidance documents. On agreeing to the Peters amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 185 – 241 (Roll no. 432).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grijalva, numbered 32 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike section 453.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Polis, numbered 33 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike section 439, regarding methane emissions.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lowenthal, numbered 34 printed in House Report 114-683 to allow the Interior Department to proceed with updating royalty rates and valuation for federal coal, oil, and gas by striking Section 440.

UNANIMOUS CONSENT – Mr. Calvert asked unanimous consent that amendments numbered 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, and 40 printed in House Report 114-683 be considered en bloc. Agreed to without objection.

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. McNerney, Amendments numbered 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, and 40 printed in House Report 114-683.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grijalva, Amendment numbered 41 printed in House Report 114-683 to strike section 453.

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Black, numbered 42 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the EPA from using funds to implement, administer, or enforce the agency’s `Phase 2′ fuel-efficiency and emissions standards, or any rule with respect to glider kits and glider vehicles. On agreeing to the Black amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Blackburn, numbered 43 printed in House Report 114-683 to impose a 1 percent across-the-board spending cut to the bill. Failed

An amendment, offered by Mr. Boustany, numbered 44 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the Secretary of the Interior to implement, administer, or enforce any rule or guidance substantially similar to the proposed guidance that the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management made available for public comment on September 22, 2015, regarding financial assurances for oil and gas operations on the Outer Continental Shelf. On agreeing to the Boustany amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Boustany, numbered 45 printed in House Report 114-683 to ensure that no money is permitted for the implementation of the Well Control Rule. On agreeing to the Boustany amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 444).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Brat, numbered 46 printed in House Report 114-683 to sunset Land and Water Conservation Fund grants with states or local government units after 20 years. On agreeing to the Brat amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Buck, numbered 47 printed in House Report 114-683 to prevent the Department of Interior from partnering with private organizations to create or expand national heritage areas in southeast Colorado. On agreeing to the Buck amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Burgess, numbered 48 printed in House Report 114-683 to restrict funds from being used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to hire new employees under the Title 42 Special Pay Program or transfer existing employees into the Title 42 Special Pay Program authorized for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). On agreeing to the Burgess amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Byrne, numbered 49 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit any funds from being used to develop or propose legislation to redirect funds allocated from the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act (GOMESA). On agreeing to the Byrne amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Byrne, numbered 50 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funding from being used to implement, administer, or enforce the Obama administration’s National Ocean Policy. On agreeing to the Byrne amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 445).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Cramer, numbered 51 printed in House Report 114-683 to ensure no funds are provided to finalize or implement the Fish and Wildlife Service rule entitled “Management of Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights.”  On agreeing to the Cramer amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Crawford, numbered 52 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the EPA from enforcing or implementing the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule on farming and ranching operations. On agreeing to the Crawford amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Crawford, numbered 53 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds in support of grassroots advocacy campaigns intended to persuade the outcome of legislation pending in Congress or state legislatures. On agreeing to the Crawford amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Davis, Rodney, numbered 54 printed in House Report 114-683 to prevent any funds from being used for the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations at the EPA and reduces the Environmental Programs and Management account by $4,235,000. On agreeing to the Davis, Rodney amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Goodlatte, numbered 57 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from using any funds to take retaliatory, or EPA described “backstop” actions, against any of the six states in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed in the event that a state does not meet the goals mandated by the EPA’s Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load. On agreeing to the Goodlatte amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 446).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gosar, numbered 58 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds to implement, administer, or enforce the draft EPA-USGS Technical Report entitled “Protecting Aquatic Life from Effects of Hydrologic Alteration.”  On agreeing to the Gosar amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Jenkins (WV), numbered 62 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funding for the EPA to develop, finalize, promulgate, implement, administer, or enforce any rule under section 112 of the Clean Air Act that applies to glass manufacturers that do not use continuous furnaces. On agreeing to the Jenkins (WV) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Graham, numbered 63 printed in House Report 114-683 to ensure none of the funds made available by the Act may be used to research, investigate, or study offshore drilling in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico Planning Area. On agreeing to the Graham amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 447).

An amendment, offered by Mr. King (IA), numbered 64 printed in House Report 114-683 to ensure that no funds appropriated by this Act can be used to implement, administer, or enforce Davis-Bacon prevailing rate wage requirements. On agreeing to the King (IA) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 448).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lamborn, numbered 66 printed in House Report 114-683 to Prohibits the use of funds to implement, administer, or enforce the final rule entitled “Hydraulic Fracturing on Federal and Indian Lands”. On agreeing to the Lamborn amendment; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lamborn, numbered 67 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds to implement or enforce the threatened species or endangered species listing of any plant or wildlife that has not undergone a periodic 5 year review as required by section 4(c)(2) of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. On agreeing to the Lamborn amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 449).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lamborn, numbered 68 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds to implement or enforce the threatened species listing of the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse. On agreeing to the Lamborn amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 450).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Loudermilk, No. 69 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds from being used to regulate trailers under the Clean Air Act.  On agreeing to the Loudermilk amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Lummis, No. 70 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funding to finalize, implement, or enforce EPA proposed rulemaking regarding in situ uranium production. On agreeing to the Lummis amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Westerman, No. 71 printed in House Report 114-683 to limit permit inspection regulations with respect to the export of squid, octopus, and cuttlefish products.On agreeing to the Westerman amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (FL), No. 72 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit use of funds to carry out seismic airgun testing or seismic airgun surveys in the OCS Planning Areas located within the EEZ bordering the State of Florida. On agreeing to the Murphy (FL) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 451).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Newhouse, No. 73 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the Department of Interior to treat any Gray Wolf in the 48 contiguous states as an endangered or threatened species under the Endangered Species Act after June 13, 2017. On agreeing to the Newhouse amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 452).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Newhouse, No. 74 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds by EPA to issue and expand new regulations under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) that would apply to Animal Feeding Operations.  On agreeing to the Newhouse amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Newhouse, No. 75 printed in House Report 114-683 to restore $1 million for the Wolf Livestock Loss Demonstration Program offset by reducing funds for EPA Environmental Programs & Management by a similar amount. On agreeing to the Newhouse amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Palmer, numbered 76 printed in House Report 114-683 to ensure that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Criminal Enforcement Division. On agreeing to the Palmer amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 453).

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Lummis, numbered 77 printed in House Report 114-683 to remove federal protections for the New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse under the Endangered Species Act On agreeing to the Lummis amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gosar, numbered 78 printed in House Report 114-683 to remove federal protections for the Mexican Wolf under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and would prevent the expansion of the species habitat outside of its historic range. On agreeing to the Gosar amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 454).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Perry, numbered 79 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds to develop, administer, purchase, acquire, or operate an unmanned aircraft system owned by the Department of Interior or the Environmental Protection Agency to perform surveying, mapping, or collecting remote sensing data. On agreeing to the Perry amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 455).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Perry, numbered 80 printed in House Report 114-683 to reduce Appropriations made in this Act for the Environmental Protection Agency by 17 percent. On agreeing to the Perry amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 456).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Ratcliffe, numbered 84 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds from being used to finalize, implement, administer, or enforce the proposed rule entitled `Clean Energy Incentive Program Design Details. On agreeing to the Ratcliffe amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 457).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Perry, numbered 81 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds to give formal notification under, or prepare, propose, implement, administer, or enforce any rule or recommendation pursuant to, section 115 of the Clean Air Act. On agreeing to the Perry amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Pompeo, numbered 82 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds from being used to finalize, implement, administer or enforce EPA’s proposed rule on Accidental Release Prevention Requirements: Rink Management Program Under the Clean Air Act. On agreeing to the Pompeo amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Calvert, comprised of the following amendments offered En Bloc: Amendment Nos. 83, 86, 107, 118, 127 and 129 printed in House Report 114-683. On agreeing to the Calvert amendments; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Smith (MO), numbered 85 printed in House Report 114-683 to block the use of funds to carry out the third sentence of section 107(f )(1) (CERCLA). On agreeing to the Smith (MO) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 458).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Westerman, numbered 87 printed in House Report 114-683 to prevent funds from being used to enforce a federal court decision that stopped implementation of the 2014 EA and take permit plan for double-crested cormorants. On agreeing to the Westerman amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Smith (MO), numbered 88 printed in House Report 114-683 to restrict federal agencies from using funds to pay legal fees under any lawsuit settlement regarding a case that arises under the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act. On agreeing to the Smith (MO) amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 459).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Young (AK), numbered 89 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds to be used to finalize, implement, or enforce new regulations on offshore Arctic energy exploration and development. On agreeing to the Young (AK) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Young (AK), numbered 90 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds to be used to implement a final plan to designate areas of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska as wilderness. On agreeing to the Young (AK) amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 460).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Young (AK), numbered 91 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds to be used to implement a final rule by the Fish and Wildlife Service and a proposed rule from the National Park Service. On agreeing to the Young (AK) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Young (AK), numbered 93 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds from this Act to be used by the Department of Interior to change existing placer mining plans of operations in regard to re-vegetation. On agreeing to the Young (AK) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Young (AK), numbered 92 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds to be used to remove 3 Arctic Sales from the 2017-2022 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Proposed Program. On agreeing to the Young (AK) amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 461)

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Calvert, comprised of the following amendments offered En Bloc No. 2: amendments Nos. 108, 109, 110, 112, 115, 117, 121, 124, 125, and 126 printed in House Report 114-683. On agreeing to the Calvert amendments; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Zeldin, numbered 74 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds from being used to designate a National Marine Monument in the EEZ via presidential proclamation. On agreeing to the Zeldin amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 462).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Beyer, numbered 95 printed in House Report 114-683 to prevent funds from being used to block science-based protections for imperiled wildlife that has or may need Endangered Species Act protections. On agreeing to the Beyer amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 463).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Beyer, numbered 96 printed in House Report 114-683 to require that no funds made available by this Act be used in contravention of Executive Order 13653 or Executive Order 13693. On agreeing to the Beyer amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 464).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Beyer, numbered 97 printed in House Report 114-683 to require that no funds made available by this Act be used authorize, permit, or conduct geological or geophysical activities in support of oil, gas, or methane hydrate exploration and development in the Atlantic. On agreeing to the Beyer amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 465).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Beyer, numbered 98 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act may be used to implement or enforce section 120, 425, 426, or 427. On agreeing to the Beyer amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 468).

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Capps, numbered 99 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds to be used to process any application for a permit to drill or a permit to modify that would authorize use of hydraulic fracturing or acid well stimulation treatment in the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf.  On agreeing to the Capps amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 469)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grijalva, numbered 100 printed in House Report 114-683 to prevent funds in the bill from being used to abolish law enforcement offices at the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service. On agreeing to the Grijalva amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 470).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Higgins, numbered 101 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds by a State in contravention of the Great Lakes Compact, an interstate compact ratified by Congress detailing how the States will work together to manage and protect the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin. On agreeing to the Higgins amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lowenthal, numbered 102 printed in House Report 114-683    On agreeing to the Lowenthal amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 471)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Pocan, numbered 103 printed in House Report 114-683 to protect the Administration’s climate change and environmental sustainability executive order to ensure that no funds be used to weaken the executive order within this Act. On agreeing to the Pocan amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 472).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Polis, numbered 104 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds to pursue any additional legal ways to transfer Federal lands to private owners in contravention of existing law.  On agreeing to the Polis amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 473).

An amendment, offered by Ms. Speier, numbered 105 printed in House Report 114-683 to Prohibits any funds from being made available to implement the proposed rule for dog management in the Golden Gate National Recreational Area. On agreeing to the Speier amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Tsongas, numbered 106 printed in House Report 114-683 to prevent a provision of the bill that would block BLM resource management plans from going into effect if failing to implement the plans would limit BLM’s ability to meet its multiple use obligations, including providing opportunities for hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation. On agreeing to the Tsongas amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 474).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Chaffetz, numbered 111 printed in House Report 114-683 to increase BIA funding for dirt school bus routes by $1.5 million. The cost is offset by decreasing EPA’s Environment Programs & Management fund by $1.75 million. On agreeing to the Chaffetz amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grayson, numbered 113 printed in House Report 114-683 to increase funding for the National Estuary Program by $468,000. On agreeing to the Grayson amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Norcross, numbered 114 printed in House Report 114-683 to add $15,282,000 to the Hazardous Substance Superfund. On agreeing to the Norcross amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 475).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Polis, numbered 116 printed in House Report 114-683 to increase and then decrease the amount provided for Wildland Fire Management by $2 million in order to apply additional funds to the Volunteer Fire Assistance grant program. On agreeing to the Polis amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gosar, numbered 119 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds for the Fish and Wildlife Service to continue to prohibit tubing, waterskiing and wake boarding in an area on Lake Havasu. On agreeing to the Gosar amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Weber (TX), No. 120 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the use of funds by EPA in contravention of the Clean Air Act provision requiring EPA to evaluate the impact of its actions with respect to jobs in America. On agreeing to the Weber (TX) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gallego, No. 122 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit funds from being used to issue grazing permits or leases in contravention of BLM regulations. On agreeing to the Gallego amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 476).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grayson, No. 123 printed in House Report 114-683 to prohibit the government from entering into a contract with an entity that discloses, as it is required to by the Federal Acquisition Regulation, that it has been convicted of fraud or another criminal offense in the last three years in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public contract or subcontract; prohibit the government from contracting with entities that have been notified of any delinquent Federal taxes for which the liability remains unsatisfied. On agreeing to the Grayson amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Polis, No. 130 printed in House Report 114-683 to prevent funds from being used for Surgical Sterilization of Wild Horses. By unanimous consent, the Polis amendment was withdrawn.