Amendment No. 1—Reduces funding for the Botanical Garden by $1.235 million (FY '09 level). The savings would be deposited into the bill’s Spending Reduction Account.
Amendment No. 2—Reduces funding for the Congressional Research Service for salaries and expenses by $878,000 (FY 2012 level). The savings would be deposited into the bill’s Spending Reduction Account.
Amendment No. 3—Reduces and increases funding for the Government Printing Office for Congressional Printing and Binding by $218,379. The intent of the amendment is to “address the availability of pocket versions of the United States Constitutions for members of the House."
Amendment No. 4—Eliminates all funding for the Open World Leadership Center Trust Fund (OWC), reducing the account by $1 million and transferring the funds to the bill’s Spending Reduction Account.
Amendment No. 5—Prohibits funds made available in the bill from being used to obtain polystyrene products for use in the House of Representative’s food service facilities.
Amendment No. 6—Prohibits funds made available in the bill from being used to provide more than 50 printed copies of any edition of the United States Code to all offices of the House of Representatives.
Amendment No. 7—Prohibits funds made available in the bill for Member’s Representational Allowances (MRAs), House Leadership Offices, or Committee Employee funds from being used to purchase paid advertisements on any Internet site other than an official site of the Member, leadership office, or committee involved.