Amendments to H.R. 5326 - Making appropriations for the Departments of Commerce and Justice, Science, and Related Agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2013
Peters (D-MI) - Page 3, Line 10 - Adds $9 million for International Trade Administration offset by cuts to Cross Agency Support - NASA.
Broun (R-GA) - Page 3, Line 10 - 3% cut to Salaries and Expenses/Administrative Accounts ($847 million) and puts the savings into the Spending Reduction Account.
McClintock (R-CA) - Page 3, Line 10 - Cuts $277.8 million from the International Trade Administration and puts the savings into the Spending Reduction Account.
Turner (R-OH) - Amendment No, 9 - Adds $5 million to the International Trade Administration for unfair Chinese trade practices.
Michaud (D-ME) - Page 5, Line 17 - Adds $38 million Economic Development Administration (offset: Census Account).
Pompeo (R-KS) - Amendment No. 3 - Cuts funding for the Economic Development Administration ($219.5 million) and puts the savings in the Spending Reduction Account.
Cicilline (D-RI) - Page 5, Line 17 - Authorizes Economic Development Administration to provide grants under the Stevenson-Wydler Techonology Innovation Act.
Scalise (R-LA) - Page 6, Line 7 - Reduces spending and overhead of Economic Development Administration and the Department of Commerce to FY08 levelas and reduces the Deficit by $18.2 million.
Clarke (D-NY) - Page 6, Line 18 - Adds $5.3 million to Minority Business Development (offset: National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Lynch (D-MA) - Amendment No. 4 - Adds $4 million for Drug Courts (offset: Census).
Quayle (R-AZ) - Page 11, Line 18 - Eliminates funding for Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortia ($21 million) and puts the savings into the Spending Reduction Account.
Harris (R-MD) - Amendment No. 10 - Strikes $542,000 increase from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Climate Website and puts the savings into the Spending Reduction Account
Hanabusa (D-HI)- Page 13, Line 2 - Adds $1.6 million to Marine Debris Programs (offset: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms Salaries and Expenses).
Grimm (R-NY) - Page 13, Line 2 - Adds $18 million for Regional Information Sharing Systems (offset: National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Climate Services).
Broun (R-GA) - Page 15, Line 13 - Cuts $15 million from the Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery account and puts the savings into the Spending Reduction Account.
Gowdy (R-SC) - Amendment No. 1 - Cuts $1 million from the Department of Justice (issue: Fast and Furious Program) and puts the savings into the Spending Reduction Account.
Runyan (R-NJ) - Page 21, Line 23 - Transfers $22.4 million from Department of Justic General Administrative Expenses to the Byrne Memorial Justice Program.
Waters (D-CA) - Page 23, Line 9 - Page 23, Line 9 - Adds $13.5 million for Financial Fraud Enforcement (offset: NASA Aeronautics Research and Space Operations).
Runyan (R-NJ) - Page 23, Line 9 - Transfers $5 million from Department of Justice Legal Activities Salaries and Expenses to the Office of Violence Against Women.
Davis (D-IL) - Amendment No. 2 - Transfers $10 million from State Alien Assistance to the Second Chance Act.
Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) - Page 48, Line 20 - The intent of the amendment is to preserve $30 million for the Internet Crime Against Children program.
Grimm (R-NY) - Page 50, Line 25 - Increases COPS Hiring Program by $126 million (offset: NASA Cross Agency Support).
Huizenga (R-MI) - Page 55, Line 10 - Strikes Section 212 which prevents public-private sector competition within the Bureau of Prisons and Federal Prison Industries.
Johnson (D-GA) - Page 65, Line 1 - Transfers $7.1 million Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (offset: NASA Cross Agency Support).
Flake (R-AZ) - Page 68, Line 14 - Reduces National Science Foundation to the FY08 level and puts the $1.2 billion in savings into the Spending Reduction Account
Westmoreland (R-GA) - Amendment No. 11 - Reduces Legal Services Corporation by $128 million and puts the savings into the Spending Reduction Account.
Austin Scott (R-GA) - Page 74, Line 13 - Strikes all funding for the Legal Services Corporation ($328 million) and puts the savings into the Spending Reduction Account.
Broun (R-GA) - Page 76, Line 8 - Reduces the Marine Mammal Commission by $181,000.
Sessions (R-TX) - Amendment No. 5 - Deletes a provision of the bill which prevents reprogramming of funds without the knowledge of the Appropriations Committee. The provision deals with contracting out and privatizing any functions or activities presently performed Federal Employees.
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Black (R-TN) - Prohibits the use of funds by the Attorney General to originate or join in any lawsuit that seeks to overturn, enjoin, or invalidate certain state immigration laws.
Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Transfers $34 million from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Salaries and Expenses to DNA Analysis Backlog Elimination.
Blackburn (R-TN) - 1% across the board cut to discretionary spending ($511 million).
Broun (R-GA) - 12.2% across the board cut to discretionary spending. Also exempts U.S. Marshall Service, FBI, and NASA.
Southerland (R-FL) - Prohibits the use of funds for any new limited access privilege program (catch shares) not already developed, approved, or implemented for any fishery under the jurisdiction of the South Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic, New England, or Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council.
Chaffetz (R-UT)/Gosar (R-AZ)/Farenthold (R-TX) - Prohibits using funds to issue fraudulent statements to Congress (re: Fast and Furious).
Tierney (D-MA) - Adds $10 million to the John R. Justice Prosecutors and Defenders program (Offset: NASA Mars Next Decade program).
Blackburn (R-TN) - Prohibits the Department of Justice from using funds to defend against any action challenging the Affordable Care Act.
Lee (D-CA) - Adds $177 million for the COPS program (offset: discretionary spending throughout the bill).
Duncan (R-SC) - Amendment No. 38 - Prohibits the use of funds to litigate against any of the several States on behalf of the National Labor Relations Board pertaining to secret ballot union elections.
Quayle (R-AZ) - Blocks the new Equal Opporunity Employment Commission Enforcement Gudance that limits employer's ability to look at criminal records in their hiring decisions.
Garrett (R-NJ) - Prohibits the Department of Justice from using funds to be a party to a single or multi-state court settlement where funds are removed from any residential mortgage-backed securitization trust.
Schweikert (R-AR)- Prohibits funds from being used by the Department of Justice to bring any action against any State for implementation of a State law requiring voter identification.
Poe (R-TX) - Amendment No. 14 - Prohibits the Census Bureau from using funds to issue a fine for failure to fill out the American Community Survey.
Webster (R-FL) - Prohibits the use of funds for conducting the American Community Survey.
First Flores (R-TX) - Prohibits the use of funds to ban coal to liquid alternative fuel process.
Second Flores (R-TX) - Prohibits the use of funds to implement Executive Order No. 13547 regarding the National Ocean Policy.
Landry (R-LA) - Prohibits the use of funds to implement a proposed rule for turtle excluder devices as described in the Southeast Fishery Bulletin published by NOAA on May 8, 2012.
Gardner (R-CO)- Amendment No. 32 - Restates current law that monies in the Enforcement Asset Forfeiture Fund of NOAA must be spent only for purposes specified in the law.
Engel (D-NY) - Amendment No. 28 - Prohibits the use of funds to lease or purchase new light duty vehicles, for any executive fleet, or for an agency's fleet invetory, except in accordance with Presidential Memorandum-Federal Fleet Performance, dated May 24, 2011.
Walsh (R-IL) - Makes sanctuary cities ineligible to receive funds under this bill.
Rohrabacher (R-CA) - Prohibits the use of funds by the Department of Justice with respect to the States of AK, AZ, CA, CO, DE, DC, HI, ME, MD, MI, MT, NV, NJ, NM, OR, RI, VT, and WA to prevent such States from implementing their own State laws that authorize the use, distribution, possession, or cultivation of medical marijuana.
Lewis (D-GA) - Prohibits the use of funds for closing the regional field offices of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice (Atlanta, Dallas, Cleveland, and Philadelphia).
Chaffetz (R-UT) - Amendment No. 36 - Prohibits the use of funds from implementing regulations under the Americans With Disabilities Act requiring businesses to allow service horses in their establishments.
Holt (D-NJ) - Prohibits the use of Department of Justice funds to discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, or religion.
Cravaack (R-MN) - Amendment No. 7- Prohibits funds to be used to carry out the activities of the Climate Change Education program of the National Science Foundation
Brown (D-FL) - Increases by $20 million state and local Law Enforcement Assistance program. Offset: Census
Garamendi (D-CA)- Adds $443,000 to the Manufacturing Extension Partnership account. Offset: Various accounts in the bill
Denham (R-CA)- Amendment No. 26- Prohibits the use of funds for salmon re-introduction in the San Juaquin River.
Denham (R-CA) - Prohibits the use of funds to carry out activities located at a proposed to be constructed Federal courthouse located on a site between Broadway, Hill, First, and Second Streets in Los Angeles, CA.
Second Flake (R-AZ) - Prohibits the use of funds to carry out the SelectUSA program.
Third Flake (R-AZ) - Prohibits the use of funds to carry out the functions of the Political Science Program in the Division of Social and Economic Sciences of the Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences of the National Science Foundation.
Broun (R-GA) - Prohibits the use of funds for the Department of Justice to enforce section 5 of the Voting Rights Act (requiring certain jurisdictions to submit changes in their election laws to the DOJ for "preclearance").
Huelskamp (R-KS) - Amendment No. 24 - Prohibits the use of funds by the Department of Justice in contravention of the Defense of Marriage Act.