HR 3354 Amendments

House Amendments to HR 3354

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Culberson, comprised of the following amendments offered as En Bloc No. 3: Amendments Nos. 81, 82, 84, 86, 88, 89, 90, 92, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 102, 103, 107, 110, and 111 printed in House Report 115-297. On agreeing to the Culberson amendments Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Torres, numbered 87 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for the Manufacturing Extension Partnership program which is offset by a reduction in funding for the General Administration Salaries and Expenses of the Department of Justice. On agreeing to the Torres amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 279 – 137 (Roll no. 493).

An amendment, offered by Mr. McKinley, numbered 91 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide funding for the NOAA Environmental Security Computing Center to support an increase in electrical capacity and completion of the build out. On agreeing to the McKinley amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Rosen, numbered 94 printed in House Report 115-297 to maintain FY17 funding level for National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) On agreeing to the Rosen amendment; Failed by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Cohen, numbered 101 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for Legal Services Corporation by $10 million, offset by a $10 million reduction to the increased amount allocated in the bill to the U.S. Marshals Service. By unanimous consent, the Cohen amendment was withdrawn.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 105 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce the funding level for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives by five percent. On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 98 – 313 (Roll no. 494).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 106 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike language that currently prevents funds from being used to process applications for relief from personal firearms disabilities. On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Cohen, numbered 108 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide funds for the support of Juvenile Justice. By unanimous consent, the Cohen amendment was withdrawn

An amendment, offered by Mr. Pascrell, numbered 109 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $100 million for the COPS Hiring Program. On agreeing to the Pascrell amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Smith (TX), numbered 112 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase basic research in the physical and biological sciences by 0.5% of the NSF Research budget. On agreeing to the Smith (TX) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Scott (VA), numbered 113 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike section prohibiting the EEOC from using funds to implement pay data collection. On agreeing to the Scott (VA) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 192 – 223 (Roll no. 495).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Zeldin, numbered 115 printed in House Report 115-297 to lift the ban on striped bass fishing in the Block Island Transit Zone between Montauk, NY and Block Island, RI. On agreeing to the Zeldin amendment; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Ms. Norton, numbered 117 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit the Federal Bureau of Prisons from requiring individuals in halfway houses or on home confinement to pay a subsistence fee. On agreeing to the Norton amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 189 – 225 (Roll no. 496).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Latta, numbered 118 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit the ATF from reclassifying the M855 ammunition as armor piercing ammunition. On agreeing to the Latta amendment; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gaetz, numbered 122 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit NOAA from using funds to relocate the Southeast Fisheries Science Center located in Virginia Key, Florida. On agreeing to the Gaetz amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Serrano, numbered 123 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds in the bill for private prisons. On agreeing to the Serrano amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Flores, numbered 124 printed in House Report 115-297 to state that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to implement, administer, or enforce Executive Order No. 13547 (75 Fed. Reg. 43023, relating to the stewardship of oceans, coasts, and the Great Lakes), including the National Ocean Policy developed under such Executive Order.On agreeing to the Flores amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 216 – 199 (Roll no. 497).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Buck, numbered 125 printed in House Report 115-297 to require that localities receiving State Criminal Alien Assistance Program funds comply with federal immigration law. On agreeing to the Buck amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 226 – 191 (Roll no. 498).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Amash, numbered 126 printed in House Report 115-297 to restrict the federal government’s use of adoptive forfeiture. On agreeing to the Amash amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Roskam, numbered 127 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit bonuses to the Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture division of DOJ until they make decisions on the backlog of petitions of remission or mitigation on civil asset forfeiture cases. On agreeing to the Roskam amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Walberg, numbered 129 printed in House Report 115-297 to limit funds to carry out Department of Justice Policy Directive 17-1, which reinstates the adoptive seizure policy and circumvents state limitations on civil asset forfeiture. On agreeing to the Walberg amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Raskin, numbered 130 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from being used to implement Order Number 3946-2017 allowing Department of Justice components and agencies to forfeit assets seized by State or local law enforcement agencies.On agreeing to the Raskin amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Cole, comprised of the following amendments offered as En Bloc No. 4: Amendments Nos. 132, 140, 143, 144, 146, 147, 148, 151, 153, 157, 159, 162, 163, 166, 177, 181 and 185. On agreeing to the Cole amendments; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Kildee, numbered 131 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for Youth Employment Activities by $10 million and reduces Department of Labor Salaries and Expenses by the same amount. On agreeing to the Kildee amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 247 – 170 (Roll no. 499).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Mitchell, numbered 133 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce by 10% general administrative and departmental salary and expense accounts in Division F, and transfers the savings to the Spending Reduction Account. On agreeing to the Mitchell amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Pocan, numbered 134 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore funding to worker protection agencies, offset with DOL/HHS/ED program administration funds. On agreeing to the Pocan amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 199 – 219 (Roll no. 500).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Sablan, numbered 136 printed in House Report 115-297 to transfer funds from OSHA-Salaries and Expenses-Compliance Assistance-Federal Assistance to OSHA-Salaries and Expenses-Federal Enforcement to fund a Full Time Employment position to increase OSHA enforcement presence in the Pacific as a result of recent worker fatalities and numerous injuries at construction and other work sites. On agreeing to the Sablan amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Meng, numbered 138 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for the Women’s Bureau within the Department of Labor by $1.064 million, and decrease funding by the same amount for the Bureau of Labor Statistics Prices and Cost of Living Division.On agreeing to the Meng amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 220 – 198 (Roll no. 501).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Foster, numbered 139 printed in House Report 115-297 to require the Bureau of Labor Statistics to submit an estimate of the resources needed to model for various changes in the workforce composition because of technological displacement On agreeing to the Foster amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Meng, numbered 141 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for the Behavioral Health Workforce and Training program by $5 million. On agreeing to the Meng amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Meng, numbered 142 printed in House Report 115-297 to Increases funding for HRSA’s Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program by $4 million, consistent with the current enacted level of funding, and decreases funding for the Office of the Secretary of the HHS by the same amount. On agreeing to the Meng amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Kildee, numbered 145 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for the Healthy Start Program by $24.8 million and decrease General Departmental Management in the Office of the Secretary by the same amount. On agreeing to the Kildee amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 243 – 175 (Roll no. 502).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Flores, numbered 149 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase CDC funding by $40 million for an opioid drug overdose prevention program, increases National Cancer Institute funding by $40 million for pediatric cancer research, increases National Institute on Aging funding by $40 million for Alzheimer’s research, decreases CMS Program Management by $120 million.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Tenney, numbered 150 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase $10 million to Community Services Block Grants and reduces funding for Global Health by $14 million By unanimous consent, the Tenney amendment was withdrawn.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Nolan, numbered 152 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase National Cancer Institute funding by $3,819,000, offset with a reduction to the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Secretary account. On agreeing to the Nolan amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Clark (MA), numbered 154 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore funding to SAMHSA’s mental health programs, offset with HHS program administration funds. On agreeing to the Clark (MA) amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 225 – 192 (Roll no. 503).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 155 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase court-ordered Assisted Outpatient Treatment by $5 million to support the severely mentally ill, allowing them to get treatment in the community without incarceration or hospitalization.On agreeing to the Murphy (PA) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 198 – 219 (Roll no. 504).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Kelly (PA), numbered 156 printed in House Report 115-297 to support funding of the Infant Adoption Awareness Training Program to train pregnancy and health counselors regarding how to offer adoption as an option to women with unplanned pregnancies. On agreeing to the Kelly (PA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Bonamici, numbered 158 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase Aging and Disability Services by $51,000,000 and reduces General Departmental Management by $64,000,000 to provide additional funding for Older Americans Act Title III, parts B, C, and E nutrition programs. On agreeing to the Bonamici amendment; Failed by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lujan, Ben Ray, numbered 160 printed in House Report 115-297 to decrease funding for HHS General Departmental Management by $2 million and transfer those funds to the Peer Support Programs. On agreeing to the Lujan, Ben Ray amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 213 – 205 (Roll no. 505).

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Lowey, numbered 161 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore funding to 21st Century Community Learning Centers program, offset with Department of Education program administration funds. On agreeing to the Lowey amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 228 – 188 (Roll no. 506).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Courtney, numbered 164 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase Funding for Magnet Schools Assistance by $1,184,000. Decreases funding for Charter School Grants by $1,184,000. On agreeing to the Courtney amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 204 – 212 (Roll no. 507).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lewis (MN), numbered 167 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for Career and Technical Education (CTE) State Grants by $70,246,000. On agreeing to the Lewis (MN) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 153 – 263, 1 Present (Roll no. 508).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 168 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce funding for the Department of Education’s Program Administration , Office of Inspector General, and Office of Student Aid Administration by 2%. On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 131 – 285 (Roll no. 509).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 170 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) budget by $99,000,000, funding the NLRB at $150,000,000 for FY2018. The amendment also reduces budget authority by $99 million and outlays by $92 million. On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 175 – 241 (Roll no. 510).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Meadows, numbered 172 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce the number of positions and funding at Mine Safety and Health Administration by 10% On agreeing to the Meadows amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 178 – 238, 1 Present (Roll no. 511).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Walberg, numbered 173 printed in House Report 115-297 to prevent funding to implement the National Labor Relations Board’s Ambush Election rule. On agreeing to the Walberg amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 221 – 196 (Roll no. 512).

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Blackburn, numbered 174 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide for a 1% across the board cut to Division F. On agreeing to the Blackburn amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 156 – 260 (Roll no. 513).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 175 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $5 million for grants that enhance infant and early childhood mental health promotion, intervention, and treatment programs.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 176 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $9 million to provide access to behavioral health integration in pediatric primary care by supporting the development and improvement of statewide or regional pediatric mental health care telehealth access programs.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 178 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $5 million for the creation and operation of a National Mental Health and Substance Use Policy Laboratory. By unanimous consent, the Murphy (PA) amendment was withdrawn.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 179 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $10 million in grants to develop, maintain, or enhance a database of inpatient psychiatric facilities, crisis stabilization units, and residential community mental health and residential substance use disorder treatment facilities to address a lack of inpatient psychiatric beds.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Burgess, Amendment numbered 182 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $10,000,000 to the Controlled Substance Monitoring Program, per 42 U.S.C 280g-3. The amendment is offset by a reduction in the Office of the Secretary, General Department Management for $10,000,000. On agreeing to the Burgess amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Scott (VA), numbered 184 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit the use of funds in this Act to prepare for or facilitate the transfer of the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs into the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. On agreeing to the Scott (VA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Ellison, numbered 186 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from going federal contracts with willful or repeated violators of the Fair Labor Standards Act.On agreeing to the Ellison amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 191 – 226 (Roll no. 514).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gibbs, numbered 187 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds to implement, administer, or enforce the final regulations on “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses.” On agreeing to the Gibbs amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 215 – 201 (Roll no. 515).

 

 

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Aderholt, comprised of the following amendments offered En bloc No. 1 : Amendments Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 19, and 20 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295. On agreeing to the Aderholt amendments; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Cicilline, numbered 10 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to strike language that restricts funding for Executive Order 13547, National Ocean Policy. On agreeing to the Cicilline amendment; Agreed to by voice vote

n amendment, offered by Mr. Davis, Rodney, numbered 14 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit the use of funds provided by the Act to be used to revoke exceptions made pursuant to the rule entitled “Exceptions to Geographic Areas for Official Agencies Under the USGSA” on a date before April 14, 2017. On agreeing to the Davis, Rodney amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. King (IA), numbered 15 printed in House Report 115-295 to ensure that no funds are used to implement, administer, or enforce the Davis-Bacon Act. On agreeing to the King (IA) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 176 – 241 (Roll no. 445).

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Hartzler, numbered 16 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit the USDA from using funds to implement the Paid Lunch Equity provision in the National School Lunch Act. On agreeing to the Hartzler amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Carter (GA), numbered 17 printed in House Report 115-295 to prohibit funds from being used by the Food and Drug Administration to finalize, implement, or enforce the draft standard memorandum of understanding made available for public comment on February 19, 2015, entitled “Draft Memorandum of Understanding Addressing Certain Distributions of Compounded Human Drug Products Between the State of [Insert State] and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. On agreeing to the Carter (GA) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 141 – 279 (Roll no. 446)

An amendment, offered by Mr. King (IA), numbered 18 printed in Part B House Report 115-295 to ensure that no funds may be used on new hires who have not been verified through the E-Verify program, except for an employee compensated under a local compensation plan established under section 408 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980. On agreeing to the King (IA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Diaz-Balart, offered by Mr. Diaz-Balart, comprised of the following amendments offered as En Bloc No. 2: 23, 24, 27, 30, 31, 34, 35, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, 47, and 60 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295. On agreeing to the Diaz-Balart amendments; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lipinski, numbered 21 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to decrease the Office of the Secretary of Transportation Salaries and Expenses account by $9,000,000 and increase the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Salaries and Expenses account by the same amount for the purpose of expanding NHTSA’s connected and automated vehicles oversight and regulatory capabilities. On agreeing to the Lipinski amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Mitchell, numbered 22 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to reduce by 10% general administrative and departmental salary and expense accounts in Division H, and transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account. On agreeing to the Mitchell amendment; Failed by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. McClintock, numbered 25 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to reduce funding for the Essential Air Service program by $150 million and appily the savings to the spending reduction account. On agreeing to the McClintock amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 140 – 280 (Roll no. 447)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Kildee, numbered 26 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for the HOME Investment Partnerships Program by $100 million, reduce FAA Operations/Air Traffic Control by the same amount. By unanimous consent, the Kildee amendment was withdrawn

An amendment, offered by Mr. Woodall, numbered 28 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to ensure greater flexibility for state departments of transportation to make targeted recissions. On agreeing to the Woodall amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Budd, numbered 32 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to eliminate a $900 million allocation for the upgrade of an Amtrak rail line between Newark and New York City by increasing funding for national New Starts Projects by $400 million and applying savings from the elimination of the TIGER Grant program to deficit reduction. On agreeing to the Budd amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 159 – 260 (Roll no. 448).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Brooks (AL), numbered 33 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to defund Amtrak. On agreeing to the Brooks (AL) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 128 – 293 (Roll no. 449).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Soto, numbered 36 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for the Small Starts program by $48 million. By unanimous consent, the Soto amendment was withdrawn

An amendment, offered by Mr. Carbajal, numbered 37 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to provide $1,000,000 to PHMSA for the finalization of an automatic valve shut-off safety rule. On agreeing to the Carbajal amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Rosen, nubmered 38 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation (NeighborWorks America) by $35M, bringing total NeighborWorks appropriations to the same level as FY16. On agreeing to the Rosen amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 200 – 220 (Roll no. 450).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 39 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to decrease the funding for the Public and Indian Housing Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Program by $177,362,500, excluding veterans, elderly, and the disabled. On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 124 – 295 (Roll no. 451)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Courtney, numbered 20 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to provide funding in the Community Development Block Grant program to examine the application of grant funds to mitigating and remediating the effects of pyrrhotite-related residential damage. On agreeing to the Courtney amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 46 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to decrease funding for the Project-Based Rental Assistance Housing Program by $266,000,000.On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 139 – 282 (Roll no. 452).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Stivers, numbered 48 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for Administrative Enforcement Initiative by reducing funding from Private Enforcement Initiative.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Stivers, numbered 48 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for Administrative Enforcement Initiative by reducing funding from Private Enforcement Initiative. On agreeing to the Stivers amendment; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Thompson (PA), numbered 49 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit funds to be used for establishing or collecting tolls on I-80 in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. On agreeing to the Thompson (PA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. King (IA), numbered 51 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit the use of funds to be used to implement, administer, or enforce the Davis-Bacon Act. On agreeing to the King (IA) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 180 – 241 (Roll no. 453).

An amendment, offered by Ms. Jackson Lee, numbered 52 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 provide that the Secretary may make grants to State and local authorities for the purpose of undertaking capital projects. On agreeing to the Jackson Lee amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Herrera Beutler, numbered 53 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to state that no Funds can be used to establish or collect tolls on Interstate 5 or Interstate 205 in the state of Washington or Oregon. On agreeing to the Herrera Beutler amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 54 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to reduce the funding level for the Department of Housing and Urban Development by two percent.On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 140 – 280 (Roll no. 454).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Barr, numbered 55 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit funding for HUD’s rule on `On-Site Completion of Const ruction of Manufactured Homes,’ their `Interpretative Bulletin for Model Manufactured Home Installation Standards Foundation requirements in Freezing Temperature Areas Under CFR 3285.312(b),’ and any implementation of the June 2014 memorandum titled `Construction of On-Site Installation of Add-Ons, such as an Attached Garage.’ On agreeing to the Barr amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Smith (MO), numbered 56 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prevent funds from being used for a State, or local government entity or official if that entity prohibits, or in any way restricts, any government entity or official from sending to, or receiving from, the Immigration and Naturalization Service information regarding the citizenship or immigration status, lawful or unlawful, of any individual. On agreeing to the Smith (MO) amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 225 – 195 (Roll no. 455).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Perry, numbered 57 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit the use of funds for the NHTSA and FMCSA to finalize the notice of proposed rulemaking regarding speed limiting devices (81 Fed. Reg. 61941). On agreeing to the Perry amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Babin, numbered 58 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit funds from being used to implement or enforce the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate. On agreeing to the Babin amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 173 – 246 (Roll no. 456).

An amendment, offered by Mr. King (IA), numbered 59 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to ensure that no funds may be used on new hires who have not been verified through the E-Verify program. On agreeing to the King (IA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Carter (TX), comprised of the following amendments offered En bloc No. 3 : Amendments Nos. 61, 62, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 72, 73, 79, 82, 86, and 89 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295. On agreeing to the Carter (TX) amendments; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Ms. Lujan Grisham, M., numbered 63 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prioritize funding within the DHS Office of the Secretary to complete a study on the treatment of detainees and the conditions of private detention centers. On agreeing to the Lujan Grisham, M. amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Jayapal, numbered 66 printed in Part B of House 115-295 to strike the $535 million increase for ICE enforcement and adds $30 million to ICE’s Office of the Inspector General and $10 million to the Department’s Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. On agreeing to the Jayapal amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Fitzpatrick, numbered 70 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding to the Department of Homeland Security, Office of Inspector General, to meet their budgetary request, so they may fully execute their mission of rectifying fraud, waste, and abuse. On agreeing to the Fitzpatrick amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Castro (TX), numbered 71 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for the CBP Camera Technology Initiative. On agreeing to the Castro (TX) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 459).

An amendment, offered by Ms. Roybal-Allard, numbered 74 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to reduce funding for ICE–Operations and Support (Enforcement and Removal Operations) by $849,500,000 and increases funding for Coast Guard–Acquisition, Construction, and Improvements (Polar Icebreaker) by the same amount. On agreeing to the Roybal-Allard amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 460).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Castro (TX), numbered 75 printed in Part B of House Report 115-292 to increase funding for ICE to incorporate body-worn cameras. On agreeing to the Castro (TX) amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 461).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Correa, numbered 76 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to reduce funding for ICE–Operations and Support (Enforcement and Removal Operations) by $100,000,000 and increase funding for Coast Guard–Acquisition, Construction, and Improvements (cutters for drug interdiction) by the same amount. On agreeing to the Correa amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 462)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Hunter, numbered 77 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to transfer $5 million dollars from the Coast Guard’s Operations Expenses to its Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Account, for the purpose of supporting Coast Guard Icebreaker sea trials. On agreeing to the Hunter amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 463).

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Torres, numbered 78 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to strike Section 209 of Division E, which grants the Secretary of Homeland Security authority to reprogram or transfer funds for the purpose of detaining aliens prioritized for removal. On agreeing to the Torres amendment; Failed by voice vote.

Carter (TX) amendment; modified by unanimous consent. Modification to amendment numbered 79 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295, before “dollar amount” insert “first”. Carter (TX) amendment; modified by unanimous consent. Modification to amendment numbered 79 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295, before “dollar amount” insert “first”.

An amendment, offered by Mr. King (IA), numbered 80 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit the use of funds to be used to implement, administer, or enforce the Davis-Bacon Act. King (IA) amendment; modified by unanimous consent. After the words “this Act” insert “or Divisions A, C, D, F, or G”.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Castro (TX), numbered 81 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit the use of privatized immigration detention facilities.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Jayapal, numbered 84 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit funding from being used to expand or build new detention facilities. On agreeing to the Jayapal amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 180 – 230 (Roll no. 466).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Zeldin, numbered 85 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to lift the ban on striped bass fishing in the Block Island Transit Zone between Montauk, NY and Block Island, RI. On agreeing to the Zeldin amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. King (IA), numbered 88 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit the use of funds to be used for a new hire who has not been verified through the E-Verify program.  King (IA) amendment; modified by unanimous consent. After the words “this Act” insert “or Divisions A, C, D, or F”. On agreeing to the King (IA) amendment; as modified Agreed to by voice vote

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Rogers (KY), comprised of the following amendments offered as En Bloc No. 4: Amendments Nos. 90, 93, 100, 102, 103, 104, 105, 108, 109, 111, and 117 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295. On agreeing to the Rogers (KY) amendments; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Rothfus, numbered 91 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to transfer $30 million to the International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement account from the Fulbright Program. n agreeing to the Rothfus amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 467).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Scott, Austin, numbered 92 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase the appropriation for Western Hemisphere Regional Cooperation by $10 million dollars and reduces the appropriation for contributions to International Organizations by $10 million. On agreeing to the Scott, Austin amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 468).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Buck, numbered 94 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to defund the United States Institute of Peace and transfer funds to the spending reduction account. On agreeing to the Buck amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Engel, numbered 95 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for USAID’s global health programs by $209 million in order to increase funding for bilateral tuberculosis (TB) assistance to $450 million. On agreeing to the Engel amendment; Failed by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Ms. Frankel (FL), numbered 96 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for the Economic Support Fund by $8.5 million. By unanimous consent, the Frankel (FL) amendment was withdrawn

An amendment, offered by Mr. Hastings, numbered 97 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to designate $12 million for programs benefiting the Ethiopian-Israeli community.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Hastings, numbered 98 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to designate $20 million for psychosocial support programs for religious and ethnic minorities persecuted by ISIS.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 99 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to reduce the amount appropriated for the Economic Support Fund by $12,000,000. On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 469)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Paulsen, numbered 101 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to increase funding for the US African Development Foundation by $15 million. On agreeing to the Paulsen amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Yoho, numbered 110 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prohibit funds from being used to make any U.S. contributions to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), the United Nations Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). On agreeing to the Yoho amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 470).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gaetz, numbered 113 printed in Part B of House Report 115-295 to prevent funds from being given to a list of Palestinian schools named after terrorists. On agreeing to the Gaetz amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Calvert, comprised of the following amendments offered En bloc No. 1: 3, 7, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 34, 35, 47, 48, 49, 58, and 79 printed in House Report 115-297. On agreeing to the Calvert amendments; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grijalva, numbered 2 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore funding to Superfund enforcement within the Hazardous Substance Superfund account with an equivalent cut to the oil and gas program within the BLM account. n agreeing to the Grijalva amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 471).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Bacon, numbered 5 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce the US Fish and Wildlife land acquisition account by 4,000,000 and redirects funds to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Endangered Species delisting efforts. By unanimous consent, the Bacon amendment was withdrawn.

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Calvert, comprised of the following amendments offered En bloc No. 2: Amendments Nos. 1, 6, 24, 28, 33, 52, 54, and 70. On agreeing to the Calvert amendments; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Ms. McSally, numbered 8 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase the National Park Service’s Facility Maintenance and Operations account by $9.692 million to help address longstanding deferred park maintenance needs. On agreeing to the McSally amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Griffith, numbered 13 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore the number of Appalachian states eligible for grants for the reclamation of abandoned mine lands to be used for economic and community development from 3 to 6.

Griffith amendment; modified by unanimous consent. Modification adds language to provide a more balanced 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; as modified Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Thompson (PA), numbered 15 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore funding for the Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation pilot program to its 2017 level, while reducing EPA’s Environmental Programs and Management by the same amount ($32,491,000).On agreeing to the Thompson (PA) amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 472).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grijalva, numbered 18 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore funding for the Environmental Justice Program within the EPA Environmental Programs and Management account with an equivalent cut to Leadership and Administration within the DOI Office of the Secretary. On agreeing to the Grijalva amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 473)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Price (NC), numbered 21 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $104,235,000 to restore funding to EPA’s Science and Technology account. On agreeing to the Price (NC) amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Langevin, numbered 27 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding by $1 million for the Southern New England Program under Geographic Programs. By unanimous consent, the Langevin amendment was withdrawn.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Biggs, numbered 29 printed in House Report 115-297 to cut $10,234,000 from the EPA Environmental Programs and Management Account enforcement line and redirects funds to the EPA Spending Reduction Account. On agreeing to the Biggs amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 474).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Katko, numbered 30 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase the Clean Water State Revolving fund by $250 million, maintaining fiscal year 2016 levels to preserve critical water infrastructure funding. On agreeing to the Katko amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lujan, Ben Ray, numbered 31 printed in House Report 115-297 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 amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 475).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Beyer, numbered 36 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike section 430 on page 134, lines 17 through 25, relating to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. On agreeing to the Beyer amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Beyer, numbered 37 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike section 431 on page 135, lines 1 through 23, which authorizes the Administrator of the EPA and the Secretary of the Army to withdraw the WOTUS rule without regard to any provision of statue or regulation that establishes a requirement for such withdrawal. On agreeing to the Beyer amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Ellison, numbered 38 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike the language that would delay the implementation of the new Ozone Standards. On agreeing to the Ellison amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 476).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lowenthal, numbered 39 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike a provision relating to the use of the National Ocean Policy. On agreeing to the Lowenthal amendment; Failed by recorded vote: (Roll no. 477).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Long, numbered 40 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from being used to enforce reporting requirements of hazardous substances from farms in accordance with Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986. On agreeing to the Long amendment; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Buck, numbered 41 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit the federal government from entering into an agreement to establish a heritage partnership program in nine counties in southeast Colorado. On agreeing to the Buck amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Young (AK), numbered 43 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds to be used to implement a rule by the National Park Service regarding wildlife management practices on National Preserves in Alaska. On agreeing to the Young (AK) amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: (Roll no. 478).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Young (AK), numbered 44 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from this Act to be used by the Department of Interior t o 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. Westerman, numbered 45 printed in House Report 115-297 to restrict funding from being used to enforce the final rule entitled “Onshore Oil and Gas Operations; Federal and Indian Oil and Gas Leases; Measurement of Oil” and published by the Bureau of Land Management on November 17, 2016 (81 Fed. Reg. 81462). On agreeing to the Westerman amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Goodlatte, numbered 50 printed in House Report 115-297 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. 479).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Sanford, numbered 51 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds to authorize, permit, or conduct geological or geophysical activities in support of oil, gas, or methane and hydrate exploration and development in the North Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic or the Straits of Florida. On agreeing to the Sanford amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Blackburn, numbered 55 printed in House Report 115-297 to call for 1% cuts across the board. On agreeing to the Blackburn amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 156 – 248 (Roll no. 481).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Palmer, numbered 56 printed in House Report 115-297 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: 178 – 227 (Roll no. 482)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Carbajal, numbered 57 printed in House Report 115-297 to state that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to process any application under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (43 U.S.C. 1331 et seq.) 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 Carbajal amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 177 – 230 (Roll no. 483).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Perry, numbered 59 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from being used 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.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Pearce, numbered 62 printed in House Report 115-297 to prevent funds being used to implement the Bureau of Land Management’s “Onshore Oil and Gas Operations; Federal and Indian Oil and Gas Leases; Site Security” rule. On agreeing to the Pearce amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 216 – 186 (Roll no. 484).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Pearce, numbered 63 printed in House Report 115-297 to prevent funds from being used to implement the Bureau of Land Management’s “Waste Prevention, Production Subject to Royalties,and Resource Conservation” rule.

An amendment, offered by Mr. McEachin, numbered 65 printed in House Report 115-297 to prevent funds from being used to prepare a five-year offshore oil and gas leasing program that would schedule OCS oil or gas leases before 2022. On agreeing to the McEachin amendment; Failed by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 66 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from being used to implement, administer, or enforce the rule entitled “National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone” published by the Environmental Protection Agency in the Federal Register on October 26, 2015. On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lamborn, numbered 67 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds for being used to implement or enforce the threatened species or endangered species listing of any plant or wildlife that has not undergone a review as required by section 4(c)(2) of the Endangered Species Act. On agreeing to the Lamborn amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lamborn, numbered 68 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds for being used to implement or enforce the threatened species listing of the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse under the Endangered Species Act. On agreeing to the Lamborn amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Knight, numbered 69 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds related to certain mineral contracts. By unanimous consent, the Knight amendment was withdrawn

n amendment, offered by Mr. Smith (MO), numbered 72 printed in House Report 115-297 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 voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Mullin, numbered 73 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds for enforcing the Obama Administration’s EPA methane rule. On agreeing to the Mullin amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 218 – 195 (Roll no. 488).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Mullin, numbered 74 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds for implementing the Obama Administration’s Social Cost of Carbon rule. On agreeing to the Mullin amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 225 – 186 (Roll no. 489).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Polis, numbered 75 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from being used to support the closure or consolidation of any regional office of the Environmental Protection Agency. On agreeing to the Polis amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 201 – 212 (Roll no. 490).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Polis, numbered 76 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit the use of funds to pursue any extra-legal ways to transfer Federal lands to private owners in contravention of existing law. On agreeing to the Polis amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 198 – 212 (Roll no. 491).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Norman, numbered 77 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce total appropriations to the Environmental Protection Agency by $1,869,087,000. On agreeing to the Norman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 151 – 260 (Roll no. 492).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 155 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase court-ordered Assisted Outpatient Treatment by $5 million to support the severely mentally ill, allowing them to get treatment in the community without incarceration or hospitalization.On agreeing to the Murphy (PA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Kelly (PA), numbered 156 printed in House Report 115-297 to support funding of the Infant Adoption Awareness Training Program to train pregnancy and health counselors regarding how to offer adoption as an option to women with unplanned pregnancies. On agreeing to the Kelly (PA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Bonamici, numbered 158 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase Aging and Disability Services by $51,000,000 and reduces General Departmental Management by $64,000,000 to provide additional funding for Older Americans Act Title III, parts B, C, and E nutrition programs. On agreeing to the Bonamici amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lujan, Ben Ray, numbered 160 printed in House Report 115-297 to decrease funding for HHS General Departmental Management by $2 million and transfer those funds to the Peer Support Programs.

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Lowey, numbered 161 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore funding to 21st Century Community Learning Centers program, offset with Department of Education program administration funds.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Courtney, numbered 164 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase Funding for Magnet Schools Assistance by $1,184,000. Decreases funding for Charter School Grants by $1,184,000.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Lewis (MN), numbered 167 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for Career and Technical Education (CTE) State Grants by $70,246,000.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 168 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce funding for the Department of Education’s Program Administration , Office of Inspector General, and Office of Student Aid Administration by 2%. On agreeing to the Grothman amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 98 – 313 (Roll no. 494)

An amendment, offered by Mr. Grothman, numbered 170 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) budget by $99,000,000, funding the NLRB at $150,000,000 for FY2018. The amendment also reduces budget authority by $99 million and outlays by $92 million.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Meadows, numbered 172 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce the number of positions and funding at Mine Safety and Health Administration by 10%.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Walberg, numbered 173 printed in House Report 115-297 to prevent funding to implement the National Labor Relations Board’s Ambush Election rule.

An amendment, offered by Mrs. Blackburn, numbered 174 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide for a 1% across the board cut to Division F.

n amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 175 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $5 million for grants that enhance infant and early childhood mental health promotion, intervention, and treatment programs.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 176 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $9 million to provide access to behavioral health integration in pediatric primary care by supporting the development and improvement of statewide or regional pediatric mental health care telehealth access programs. On agreeing to the Murphy (PA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 178 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $5 million for the creation and operation of a National Mental Health and Substance Use Policy Laboratory. By unanimous consent, the Murphy (PA) amendment was withdrawn.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Murphy (PA), numbered 179 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $10 million in grants to develop, maintain, or enhance a database of inpatient psychiatric facilities, crisis stabilization units, and residential community mental health and residential substance use disorder treatment facilities to address a lack of inpatient psychiatric beds. On agreeing to the Murphy (PA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Burgess, Amendment numbered 182 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide $10,000,000 to the Controlled Substance Monitoring Program, per 42 U.S.C 280g-3. The amendment is offset by a reduction in the Office of the Secretary, General Department Management for $10,000,000. On agreeing to the Burgess amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Scott (VA), numbered 184 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit the use of funds in this Act to prepare for or facilitate the transfer of the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs into the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. On agreeing to the Scott (VA) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Ellison, numbered 186 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from going federal contracts with willful or repeated violators of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gibbs, numbered 187 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds to implement, administer, or enforce the final regulations on “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses.”

Amendments en bloc offered by Mr. Graves (GA), consisting of amendments numbered 194, 197, 202, 209, 210, 214, 215, 216, 217, 219, 220, and 224 printed in House Report 115-297. On agreeing to the Graves (GA) amendments; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Roskam, numbered 190 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit any funds from being used to authorize a transaction by a U.S. financial institution (as defined under section 561.309 of title 31, Code of Federal Regulations) that is ordinarily incident to the export or re-export of a commercial passenger aircraft to the Islamic Republic of Iran. On agreeing to the Roskam amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Roskam, numbered 191 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit any funds from being used to issue a license pursuant to any Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) memo regarding section 5.1.1 of Annex II to the JCPOA, including the OFAC memo titled, “Statement of Licensing Policy For Activities Related to the Export Or Re-Export to Iran of Commercial Passenger Aircraft and Related Parts and Services” and any other OFAC memo of the same substance. On agreeing to the Roskam amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Palmer, numbered 192 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit funds from being used to implement the District of Columbia’s Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment Act. On agreeing to the Palmer amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 214 – 194 (Roll no. 518).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Gohmert, numbered 195 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce the Internal Revenue Service’s Operations Support account by $165,300.00 and apply the savings to the spending reduction account. On agreeing to the Gohmert amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 186 – 223 (Roll no. 519).

An amendment, offered by Ms. Norton, numbered 196 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike the repeal of the District of Columbia’s Local Budget Autonomy Amendment Act of 2012  On agreeing to the Norton amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 189 – 225 (Roll no. 496).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Ellison, numbered 199 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike section 926 on page 590, relating to bringing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau into the regular appropriations process. On agreeing to the Ellison amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 183 – 226 (Roll no. 521).

n amendment, offered by Mr. Ellison, numbered 200 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike section 915 on page 563, relating to manufactured housing. On agreeing to the Ellison amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 163 – 245 (Roll no. 522).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Ellison, numbered 201 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike section 928, relating to removal of authority to regulate small-dollar credit. On agreeing to the Ellison amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 186 – 221 (Roll no. 523).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Mitchell, numbered 204 printed in House Report 115-297 to reduce by 10% general administrative and departmental salary and expense accounts in Division D, and apply the savings to the spending reduction account. On agreeing to the Mitchell amendment; Failed by recorded vote: 166 – 241 (Roll no. 524).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Jenkins (WV), numbered 205 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) by $6 million with an offset from the IRS Enforcement account. On agreeing to the Jenkins (WV) amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Ms. Jackson Lee, numbered 206 printed in House Report 115-297 to increase funding for the Fund Program Account of the Community Development Financial Institutions by $500,000 and reduces funding for taxpayer services at IRS by $1 million. On agreeing to the Jackson Lee amendment; Failed by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Huizenga, numbered 207 printed in House Report 115-297 to prohibit the use of funds to implement, administer, or enforce a SEC rule pursuant to Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act relating to conflict minerals. On agreeing to the Huizenga amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 211 – 195 (Roll no. 525).

An amendment, offered by Mr. Heck, numbered 211 printed in House Report 115-297 to restore funding for the Small Business Administration’s ScaleUp program, offset by the Department of the Treasury’s salaries and expenses account. On agreeing to the Heck amendment; Failed by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Mr. Amodei, An amendmend numbered 221 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike section 906 in title IX which would eliminate the provision of the bill which subjects the NCUA to appropriations. On agreeing to the Amodei amendment; Agreed to by voice vote.

An amendment, offered by Mr. Kildee, numbered 222 printed in House Report 115-297 to strike Sec. 133, which prohibits Treasury from enforcing rule or guideline implementing the Treasury guidance that ends US support of multilateral development bank funding for new overseas coal projects. On agreeing to the Kildee amendment; Failed by voice vote

An amendment, offered by Ms. Jackson Lee, numbered 223 printed in House Report 115-297 to provide additional funding to the Taxpayer Advocate Service for the purpose of assisting the parents of a deceased child, when that child’s information has been stolen and used on personal income taxes filed with the IRS, when the parent or guardian of record must report the identity theft of their deceased child’s information. On agreeing to the Jackson Lee amendment; Agreed to by recorded vote: 265 – 143 (Roll no. 526).

 

 

 

 

 

More amendments and votes will be added here on Friday, September 8th.