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Daily Schedule

TUESDAY JULY 17, 2018
The House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for Morning Hour
Legislative Business will begin at 12:00 p.m.

Fifteen One Minutes per side

H. Res. 996 - The Rule providing for consideration of the bill H.R. 6147 - Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019
P.Q. Y N
Adoption Y N
 
Suspension of the Rules (14 bills):
1) House Amendment to S. 717 - POWER Act, as amended (Sponsored by Sen. Dan Sullivan / Judiciary Committee)
Y N

2) H.Res. 995 - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the Nation now faces a more complex and grave set of threats than at any time since the end of World War II, and that the lack of full, on-time funding related to defense activities puts servicemen and servicewomen at risk, harms national security, and aids the adversaries of the United States (Sponsored by Rep. Liz Cheney / Armed Services Committee)
Y N
 
3) H.Res. 994 - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States Marine Corps faces significant readiness challenges and that budgetary uncertainty impedes the Corps’ ability to meet ongoing and unexpected national security threats, putting United States national security at risk (Sponsored by Rep. Mike Gallagher / Armed Services Committee)
Y N
 
4) H.Res. 998 - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States Navy’s total readiness remains in a perilous state due to high operational demands, increased deployment lengths, shortened training periods, and deferred maintenance all while the Navy is asked to “do more with less” as financial support for critical areas waned in the era of sequestration and without consistent Congressional funding (Sponsored by Rep. Rob Wittman / Armed Services Committee)
Y N
 
5) House Amendment to S. 488 - JOBS and Investor Confidence Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Sen. Pat Toomey / Financial Services Committee)
Y N
 
6) H.R. 4819 - DELTA Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Jeff Fortenberry / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N
 
7) H.R. 3030 - Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Ann Wagner / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N
 
8) H.R. 4989 - Protecting Diplomats from Surveillance Through Consumer Devices Act (Sponsored by Rep. Joaquin Castro / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N
 
9) H.R. 5105 - BUILD Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Ted Yoho / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N
 
10) H.R. 5480 - Women’s Entrepreneurship and Economic Empowerment Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Ed Royce / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N
 
11) H.R. 1037 - To authorize the National Emergency Medical Services Memorial Foundation to establish a commemorative work in the District of Columbia and its environs, and for other purposes, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Stephen Lynch / Natural Resources Committee)
Y N
 
12) H.R. 3777 - Juab County Conveyance Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Mia Love / Natural Resources Committee)
Y N
 
13) H.R. 4032 - Gila River Indian Community Federal Rights-of-Way, Easements and Boundary Clarification Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Tom O'Halleran / Natural Resources Committee)
Y N
 
14) H.R. 4645 - East Rosebud Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (Sponsored by Rep. Greg Gianforte / Natural Resources Committee)
Y N
 
H.R. 6147 - Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019, Rules Committee Print (Sponsored by Rep. Ken Calvert / Appropriations Committee)
Structured Rule, One Hour of Debate
Eighty-seven Amendments

Special Orders: Democrats have the first hour

Amendments to H.R. 6147 - Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019

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Amendments are debatable for 10 minutes each unless otherwise noted.

Amendments to H.R. 6147 - Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019

DIVISION A (INTERIOR)


Biggs (R-AZ)
– Amendment No. 1 - Transfers funds from the BLM Land acquisition account to the NPS Parks Maintenance Backlog.

Kustoff (R-TN), Comer (R-KY)
– Amendment No. 2 - Reduces and increases by $5,000,000 the amount of funding appropriated to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service Agency Resource Management Program for controlling Invasive Asian Carp in the Mississippi and Ohio River Basins and preventing them from entering and establishing in the inland river systems of Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

Soto (D-FL)
– Amendment No. 3 - Increases funding for the National Wildlife Refuge System by $500,000 for the Wildlife and Habitat Management of invasive species.

Lance (R-NJ), Gottheimer (D-NJ)
– Amendment No. 4 - Increases funding for the Delaware River Basin Restoration Program by $1 million.

Courtney (D-CT), Larson, John (D-CT), Neal (D-MA), Esty (D-CT), DeLauro (D-CT), Himes (D-CT), McGovern (D-MA)
– Amendment No. 5 - Designates $300,000 within the Operation of the National Park System for the New England Scenic Trail.

Blumenauer (D-OR), Turner (R-OH), Heck, Denny (D-WA), Courtney (D-CT), Smith, Adam (D-WA), Katko (R-NY), Keating (D-MA)
– Amendment No. 6 - Increases the Historic Preservation Fund by $5 million to restore level funding with FY 2018.

Sewell (D-AL) – Amendment No. 7 - Increases funding for competitive grants to preserve the sites and stories of the Civil Rights Movement by $2,500,000, and reduces departmental operations for the Office of the Secretary of Interior by the same amount.

Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment No. 8 - Increases by $500,000 the amount of funds provided for the Historic Preservation Fund to be used for competitive grants for the survey and nomination of properties to the National Register of Historic Places and as National Historic Landmarks associated with communities currently under-represented.

Clyburn (D-SC), Adams (D-NC), Sewell (D-AL) – Amendment No. 9 - Increases funding by $2 million for Historic Preservation Fund grants to Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Jackson Lee (D-TX)
– Amendment No. 10 - States that of the funds provided for the Historic Preservation Fund, increase by $1,000,000 those funds allocated for grants to Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Poe (R-TX), Olson (R-TX)
– Amendment No. 11 - Reduces by $20,000,000 and then increases by the same amount the National Recreation and Preservation account with intent to use the funds for the National Maritime Heritage grant program.

Dingell (D-MI), Moolenaar (R-MI)
– Amendment No. 12 - Increases USGS funding by $250,000 for fisheries assessment to continue and expand advanced technologies research in the Ecosystem Fisheries Program in accordance with Congressional direction that mission areas and accounts would be maintained at the enacted level.

Courtney (D-CT), Larson, John (D-CT)
– Amendment No. 13 - Provides funding for the U.S. Geological Survey to develop a map showing pyrrhotite occurrences across the United States.

Hanabusa (D-HI), Gabbard (D-HI), Young, Don (R-AK) –
Amendment No. 14 - Increases the USGS Surveys, Investigations and Research account by $4,798,500, intended to be used for the Volcano Hazards Program to ameliorate impacts caused by volcanic eruptions.

Kildee (D-MI), Walberg (R-MI) –
Amendment No. 15 - Increases funding to USGS to eradicate grass carp by $1 million. Reduces funding from the Office of the Interior Secretary by the same amount.

Johnson (R-OH), Griffith (R-VA)
– Amendment No. 16 - Provides for a 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.

Johnson (R-OH), Griffith (R-VA)
– Amendment No. 17 - Restores 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.

O'Halleran (D-AZ)
– Amendment No. 18 - Reduces and increases by $36,000,000 the amount of funding appropriated to the Bureau of Indian Affairs construction account for public safety and justice facility construction.

O'Halleran (D-AZ)
– Amendment No. 19 - Reduces Interior operations funds and increase BIA construction funds by 10 million dollars.

Plaskett, (D-VI), Bordallo (D-GU)
– Amendment No. 20 - Strengthens necessary support for insular territories of the United States (to equal Senate levels).

Moore, Gwen (D-WI)
– Amendment No. 21 - Boosts funding for the Smithsonian by $500,000 to better support efforts, including the creation of temporary or permanent exhibits, that better tell and increase understanding and education about the history, voices, and narratives of underrepresented communities, including African-Americans and tribal communities.

Welch (D-VT), Stefanik (R-NY)
– Amendment No. 22 - Increases funding for the Lake Champlain Basin Program by $4 million to the FY18 enacted level. Decreases the Office of the Secretary of Interior account by the same amount.

Vargas (D-CA), Davis, Susan (D-CA), Peters, Scott (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 23 - Increases funding for the U.S.-Mexico Border Water Infrastructure Program by $5 million.

Esty (D-CT), McKinley (R-WV)
– Amendment No. 24 - Helps cities and towns clean up brownfield sites in their local communities by increasing funding to “brownfields projects” within the State and Tribal Assistance Grants (STAG) by $7 million by pulling $7 million from the Office of the Secretary.

Grijalva (D-AZ) –
Amendment No. 25 - Increases the budget for the Department of the Interior Inspector General’s Office by $2.5 million.

Denham (R-CA)
– Amendment No. 26 - Increases the WIFIA administrative expenses account by $2 million and decreases the DOI Office of the Secretary account by the same amount.

O'Halleran (D-AZ)
– Amendment No. 27 - Moves $3,000,000 from the Office of the Special Trustee to the Office of Navajo-Hopi Indian Relocation.

Heck, Denny (D-WA)
– Amendment No. 28 - Directs EPA to fund the Clean Watersheds Needs Survey.

Adams (D-NC) – Amendment No. 29 - Decreases and then increases the EPA Environmental Programs and Management account fund by $742,000. This increase is to emphasize the need for greater funding for the Environmental Justice program area within the account.

Soto (D-FL)
– Amendment No. 30 - Increases funding for the National Estuary Program by $468,000.

Langevin (D-RI), Cicilline (D-RI), Keating (D-MA), Kennedy (D-MA)
– Amendment No. 31 - Provides funding for the Southern New England Estuaries Program under EPA Geographic Programs.

Jayapal (D-WA), McEachin (D-VA), Ruiz (D-CA), Barragán (D-CA) –
Amendment No. 32 - Reduces then adds back $12 million to EPA’s Superfund account to underscore the importance of Superfund enforcement.

Palmer (R-AL)
– Amendment No. 33 - Eliminates funding for Diesel Emission Reduction Grants and sends the savings to the spending reduction account.

LaMalfa (R-CA)
– Amendment No. 34 - Increases funding to the National Forest System account for purposes of eradicating, enforcing, and remediating illegal marijuana grow operations on National Forest System land.

Welch (D-VT) –
Amendment No. 35 - Increases and decreases the State and Private Forestry Account account by $5 million to indicate that the amount should be used to help mitigate the spread of and the Emerald Ash Borer.

Polis (D-CO), Ruiz (D-CA), King, Peter (R-NY), Renacci (R-OH)
– Amendment No. 36 - Increases state and forestry private account by $2 million to add funding for Volunteer Fire Assistance grant program, and decreases Wildland Fire Management account by the same amount.

Polis (D-CO), Carbajal (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 37 - Increases funds for hazardous fuels management activities by $10 million, decreases funds provided for forest products by the same amount.

Biggs (R-AZ)
– Amendment No. 38 - Transfers funds from the Forest Service land acquisition account to the spending reduction account.

Grothman (R-WI) –
Amendment No. 39 - Reduces funding for the National Endowment on the Arts and the Humanities by 15 percent.

Beyer (D-VA)
– Amendment No. 40 - Strikes section 430, which allows a loophole in Federal water quality permitting requirements for pollution discharges.

Beyer (D-VA), Johnson, Eddie Bernice (D-TX)
– Amendment No. 41 - Strikes section 431, which repeals the Clean Water Rule

Moore, Gwen (D-WI)
– Amendment No. 42 - Bars the use of funds to reorganize or eliminate the Great Lakes Advisory Board.

Mullin, Markwayne (R-OK), Perry (R-PA)
– Amendment No. 43 - Prohibits the use of funds for enforcing the Obama Administration's EPA Methane Rule.

Mullin, Markwayne (R-OK), Gohmert (R-TX), Gosar (R-AZ), Perry (R-PA), Gianforte (R-MT)
– Amendment No. 44 - Prohibits funds from implementing the Social Cost of Carbon rule.

Moore, Gwen (D-WI)
– Amendment No. 45 - Maintains FY 2018 funding for an authorized program to address lead in drinking water.

McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Newhouse (R-WA)
– Amendment No. 46 - Limits funding for the implementation of Washington State's revised water quality standard.

Loudermilk (R-GA), Griffith (R-VA)
– Amendment No. 47 - Prohibits funds from being used to regulate trailers under the Clean Air Act.

Lamborn (R-CO)
– Amendment No. 48 - Prohibits the use of funds to implement or enforce the threatened species listing of the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse under the Endangered Species Act.

Lamborn (R-CO)
– Amendment No. 49 - Prohibits 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 review as required by section 4(c)(2) of the Endangered Species Act of 1973.

Goodlatte (R-VA), Thompson, Glenn (R-PA), Shuster (R-PA), Perry (R-PA)
– Amendment No. 50 - Prohibits 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.

Gallego (D-AZ)
– Amendment No. 51 - Ensures none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to issue grazing permits or leases in contravention of BLM regulations.

Byrne (R-AL), Babin (R-TX), Higgins, Clay (R-LA), Palazzo (R-MS), Scalise (R-LA), Abraham (R-LA), Graves, Garret (R-LA)
– Amendment No. 52 - Prevents the re-purposing of Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act funds.

Burgess (R-TX)
– Amendment No. 53 - Places a funding limitation on the EPA's ability to utilize the Title 42 special pay authority.

Blackburn (R-TN)
– Amendment No. 54 - Reduces discretionary budget authority by one percent for Fiscal Year 2019 Appropriations for Department of Interior, Environmental Protection Agency, and related agencies.

Emmer (R-MN), Nolan (R-MN) – Amendment No. 55 - Prohibits funding from being used to implement a January 13, 2017 effort by the U.S. Department of Interior and Agriculture to restrict all leasing, exploration, and potential development of approximately 234,328 acres of federal land in Northeast Minnesota.

Grothman (R-WI)
– Amendment No. 56 - Prohibits funds made available by this Act to be used to implement or enforce the EPA’s ground level ozone rule.

Connolly (D-VA), Price, David (D-NC)
– Amendment No. 57 - Prohibits funds from being used to change or modify the 2015 federal coal ash rule (80 Fed. Reg. 21301 (April 17, 2015).

Young, Don (R-AK)
– Amendment No. 58 - Prevents funds from being used to change existing placer mining plan of operations with regard to reclamation activities.

Perry (R-PA) –
Amendment No. 59 - Prohibits the EPA from using 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.

Pearce (R-NM)
– Amendment No. 60 - Prevents funds from being used to treat the New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse as an endangered species.

Palmer (R-AL)
– Amendment No. 61 - Ensures that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used for the Environmental Protection Agency's Criminal Enforcement Division.

Pearce (R-NM), Marshall (R-KS)
– Amendment No. 62 - Prevents funds from being used to carry out any rule-making on the status of the Lesser Prairie Chicken

Gosar (R-AZ)
– Amendment No. 63 - Supports recreational shooting, K-12 education and responsible energy development by prohibiting funds for the Ironwood Forest National Monument that was unilaterally designated under the Antiquities Act.

Posey (R-FL)
– Amendment No. 64 - No funds will be made available in contravention of Federal Acquisition Regulation 6.101(a) with respect to aviation helmets.

Denham (R-CA)
– Amendment No. 65 - Prevent's federal funds from being used to implement the State of California's Bay-Delta Plan.

Abraham (R-LA), Westerman (R-AR), Crawford (R-AR), Harris (R-MD)
– Amendment No. 66 - Prevents the enforcement of limitations or prohibitions on the use of genetically modified crops in commercial agricultural operations conducted on National Wildlife Refuges

Jackson Lee (D-TX)
– Amendment No. 67 - Prohibits the use of funds to eliminate or restrict programs aimed at reforestation of urban areas.

Jackson Lee (D-TX)
– Amendment No. 68 - Prohibits funds to be used to limit outreach programs administered by the Smithsonian Institution.

Hice, Jody (R-GA)
– Amendment No. 69 - States that no funds should be made available for Environmental Justice Small Grants issued by the Office of Environmental Justice.

Smith, Jason (R-MO), Gianforte (R-MT)
– Amendment No. 70 - Prevents the payment of attorney's fees as part of any settlement the Federal Government enters into under the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act.

DIVISION B (FINANCIAL SERVICES & GENERAL GOVERNMENT)


Larson, John (D-CT), Courtney (D-CT) – Amendment No. 71 - Provides funding within the Department of the Treasury, Departmental Office ($100,000 from the proposed $208,751,000) towards a study, led by Treasury with the participation of relevant regulators, to examine the financial impact of the mineral pyrrhotite in concrete home foundations. The study should provide recommendations on regulatory and legislative actions needed to help mitigate impact on banks, mortgage lenders, tax revenues, and homeowners.

Young, Don (R-AK), Moore, Gwen (D-WI), Hanabusa (D-HI), Gabbard (D-HI)
– Amendment No. 72 - Increases funding for the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund Account by $2 million and allocates the increase to the Native American CDFI Assistance (NACA) Program. Offsets the increase by decreasing funding for GSA rental space by $2 million.

Lujan Grisham (D-NM)
– Amendment No. 73 - Increases funding for Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) by $5 million. Decreases the General Services Administration Federal Buildings Fund by $5 million.

Palazzo (R-MS), Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) –
Amendment No. 74 - Designates a 25m increase to CDFI programs.

Soto (D-FL)
– Amendment No. 75 - Increases funding for Tax Counseling for the Elderly by $1 million.

Soto (D-FL)
– Amendment No. 76 - Increases funding for the IRS’s identify theft and refund fraud casework program by $500,000.

Carbajal (D-CA) –
Amendment No. 77 - Strikes Section 125, which prevents the IRS from issuing guidance to more clearly define political activity for 501(c)(4) organizations.

Kustoff (R-TN), Comstock (R-VA), McKinley (R-WV)
– Amendment No. 78 - Increases funding to the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas program by $5 million and reduces the General Services Administration's rental of space allocation by $5 million.

Murphy, Stephanie (D-FL), Knight (R-CA), Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Bacon (R-NE)
– Amendment No. 79 - Reduces funding for Small Business Administration, Entrepreneurial Development Programs by $1 million, and increases it by the same amount, with $600,000 of the increase intended for the Women’s Business Centers program and $400,000 intended for Veterans Outreach programs.

Polis (D-CO)
– Amendment No. 80 - Provides funding for the SBA to do technical assistance, training and education about the 7(a)(15) employee-ownership loan guarantee program.

Capuano (D-MA
) – Amendment No. 81 - Strikes Section 628 which prohibits the SEC from promulgating a political spending disclosure rule.

Zeldin (R-NY), DeLauro (D-CT), Rice, Kathleen (D-NY), Courtney (D-CT), Suozzi (D-NY), Faso (R-NY)
– Amendment No. 82 - Prohibits funds from being used by the GSA to market or sell Plum Island, NY.

Palmer (R-AL), Walker (R-NC), Meadows (R-NC) –
Amendment No. 83 - Prohibits funds from being used to carry out the District of Columbia’s Health Insurance Requirement Amendment Act of 2018.

Meadows (R-NC)
– Amendment No. 84 - Prohibits Federal Funds from being used by the Office of Personnel Management to administer the Multi-State Plan program.

Rothfus (R-PA)
– Amendment No. 85 - Prohibits the funds from being used to seize property as a means of enforcing the liability provisions of the District of Columbia individual mandate.

Blackburn (R-TN)
– Amendment No. 86 - Reduces discretionary budget authority by one percent for Fiscal Year 2019 Appropriations for Financial Services and General Government-related agencies.

McHenry (R-NC) –
Amendment No. 87 - Prohibits any taxpayer funds from going to support the Post Service's efforts to (1) expand or enhance financial services products, or (2) carry out any pilot programs or task forces pursuant to that end.

Vote Series I

H.R. 4946 To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 1075 North Tustin Street in Orange, California, as the "Specialist Trevor A. Win’E Post Office" – Suspension 15 minute vote
  Y   368 N     0

H.R. 4960 To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 511 East Walnut Street in Columbia, Missouri, as the "Spc. Sterling William Wyatt Post Office Building" – Suspension5 minute vote
Y N
 
These are the last votes of the day

Tomorrow: 10:00 a.m. for Morning Hour
Noon for Legislative Business

Debate Rule for H.R. 6147
• One hour of rule debate
• Vote around 1:30 p.m.

Debate fourteen suspensions

Vote around 5:30 p.m.

After Votes: Begin on H.R. 6147 - Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019
• One hour of general debate
• Begin amendment debate

Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. for Morning Hour
Noon for Legislative Business

Complete consideration of H.R. 6147 - Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019

Thursday: 9:00 a.m. for Legislative Business

H. Con. Res. 119 - Expressing the sense of Congress that a carbon tax would be detrimental to the United States economy

Motion to Go to Conference on H.R. 2 – Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, and Democrat Motion to Instruct Conferees

Additional Legislative Items are Possible

Weekly Schedule

MONDAY JULY 16, 2018
The House will meet at 12:00 p.m. for Morning Hour
Legislative Business will begin at 2:00 p.m.

Suspension of the Rules:
1) H.R. 1376 - Electronic Message Preservation Act of 2017 (Sponsored by Rep. Elijah Cummings / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N

2) H.R. 5415 - GAO-IG Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Mark Walker / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
3) H.R. 4446 - To amend the Virgin Islands of the United States Centennial Commission Act to extend the expiration date of the Commission, and for other purposes, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Stacey Plaskett / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
4) H.R. 4890 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 9801 Apollo Drive in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, as the "Wayne K. Curry Post Office Building" (Sponsored by Rep. Anthony Brown / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
5) H.R. 5238 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 1234 Saint Johns Place in Brooklyn, New York, as the "Major Robert Odell Owens Post Office" (Sponsored by Rep. Yvette Clarke / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
6) S. 2692 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 4558 Broadway in New York, New York, as the "Stanley Michels Post Office Building" (Sponsored by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
7) H.R. 4407 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 3s101 Rockwell Street in Warrenville, Illinois, as the "Corporal Jeffery Allen Williams Post Office Building" (Sponsored by Rep. Randy Hultgren / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
8) S. 931 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 4910 Brighton Boulevard in Denver, Colorado, as the "George Sakato Post Office" (Sponsored by Sen. Cory Gardner / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
9) H.R. 2979 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 390 West 5th Street in San Bernardino, California, as the "Jack H. Brown Post Office Building' (Sponsored by Rep. Pete Aguilar / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
10) H.R. 4946 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 1075 North Tustin Street in Orange, California, as the "Specialist Trevor A. Win’E Post Office" (Sponsored by Rep. Lou Correa / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
11) H.R. 5504 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 4801 West Van Giesen Street in West Richland, Washington, as the "Sergeant Dietrich Schmieman Post Office Building" (Sponsored by Rep. Dan Newhouse / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
12) House Amendment to S. 899 - Veterans Providing Healthcare Transition Improvement Act, as amended (Sponsored by Sen. Mazie Hirono / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
13) H.R. 3076 - CASES for Constituents Act of 2017, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Garret Graves / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
14) H.R. 4960 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 511 East Walnut Street in Columbia, Missouri, as the "Spc. Sterling William Wyatt Post Office Building" (Sponsored by Rep. Vicky Hartzler / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
15) H.R. 3230 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 915 Center Avenue in Payette, Idaho, as the "Harmon Killebrew Post Office Building" (Sponsored by Rep. Raul Labrador / Oversight and Government Reform Committee)
Y N
 
16) H.R. 66 - Route 66 Centennial Commission Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Rodney Davis / Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Y N
 
17) H.R. 3906 - Innovative Stormwater Infrastructure Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Denny Heck / Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Y N
 
18) H.R. 5772 - To designate the J. Marvin Jones Federal Building and Courthouse in Amarillo, Texas, as the "J. Marvin Jones Federal Building and Mary Lou Robinson United States Courthouse" (Sponsored by Rep. Mac Thornberry / Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Y N
 
19) H.R. 3460 - To designate the United States courthouse located at 323 East Chapel Hill Street in Durham, North Carolina, as the "John Hervey Wheeler United States Courthouse", as amended (Sponsored by Rep. G. K. Butterfield / Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Y N
 
20) S. 2734 - To designate the Federal building and United States courthouse located at 1300 Victoria Street in Laredo, Texas, as the "George P. Kazen Federal Building and United States Courthouse" (Sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn / Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Y N
 
21) H.R. 5846 - Promoting Flood Risk Mitigation Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Earl Blumenauer / Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Y N
 
22) S. 490 - To reinstate and extend the deadline for commencement of construction of a hydroelectric project involving the Gibson Dam. (Sponsored by Sen. Steve Daines / Energy and Commerce Committee)
Y N
 
23) H.R. 5333 - Over-the-Counter Monograph Safety, Innovation, and Reform Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Bob Latta / Energy and Commerce Committee)
Y N
 
24) H.R. 5554 - Animal Drug and Animal Generic Drug User Fee Amendments of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Markwayne Mullin / Energy and Commerce Committee)
Y N
 
TUESDAY, JULY 17TH AND THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK
On Tuesday and Wednesday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for morning hour and 12:00 p.m. for legislative business.

On Thursday, the House will meet at 9:00 a.m. for legislative business. Last votes expected no later than 3:00 p.m.

On Friday, no votes are expected in the House.

Legislation Considered Under Suspension of the Rules (14 bills):
1) House Amendment to S. 717 - POWER Act, as amended (Sponsored by Sen. Dan Sullivan / Judiciary Committee)

2) H.Res. ___ - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the Nation now faces a more complex and grave set of threats than at any time since the end of World War II, and that the lack of full, on-time funding related to defense activities puts servicemen and servicewomen at risk, harms national security, and aids the adversaries of the United States (Sponsored by Rep. Liz Cheney / Armed Services Committee)

3) H.Res. ___ - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States Marine Corps faces significant readiness challenges and that budgetary uncertainty impedes the Corps’ ability to meet ongoing and unexpected national security threats, putting United States national security at risk (Sponsored by Rep. Mike Gallagher / Armed Services Committee)

4) H.Res. ___ - Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States Navy’s total readiness remains in a perilous state due to high operational demands, increased deployment lengths, shortened training periods, and deferred maintenance all while the Navy is asked to “do more with less” as financial support for critical areas waned in the era of sequestration and without consistent Congressional funding (Sponsored by Rep. Rob Wittman / Armed Services Committee)

5) House Amendment to S. 488 - JOBS and Investor Confidence Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Sen. Pat Toomey / Financial Services Committee)

6) H.R. 1037 - To authorize the National Emergency Medical Services Memorial Foundation to establish a commemorative work in the District of Columbia and its environs, and for other purposes, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Stephen Lynch / Natural Resources Committee)

7) H.R. 3777 - Juab County Conveyance Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Mia Love / Natural Resources Committee)

8) H.R. 4032 - Gila River Indian Community Federal Rights-of-Way, Easements and Boundary Clarification Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Tom O'Halleran / Natural Resources Committee)

9) H.R. 4645 - East Rosebud Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (Sponsored by Rep. Greg Gianforte / Natural Resources Committee)

10) H.R. 4819 - DELTA Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Jeff Fortenberry / Foreign Affairs Committee)

11) H.R. 5105 - BUILD Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Ted Yoho / Foreign Affairs Committee)

12) H.R. 3030 - Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Ann Wagner / Foreign Affairs Committee)

13) H.R. 4989 - Protecting Diplomats from Surveillance Through Consumer Devices Act (Sponsored by Rep. Joaquin Castro / Foreign Affairs Committee)

14) H.R. 5480 - Women’s Entrepreneurship and Economic Empowerment Act of 2018, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Ed Royce / Foreign Affairs Committee)

H.R. 6147 - Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019, Rules Committee Print (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Ken Calvert / Appropriations Committee)

H.Con.Res. 119 - Expressing the sense of Congress that a carbon tax would be detrimental to the United States economy (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Steve Scalise / Ways and Means Committee)

Motion to Go to Conference on H.R. 2 – Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, and Democrat Motion to Instruct Conferees

Additional Legislative Items are Possible
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