NEXT VOTEMonday April 29 at 6:30 p.m.

LAST VOTE

Daily Schedule

MONDAY, APRIL 22
The House will meet at 9:30 a.m. in a pro forma session. No votes are expected.

TUESDAY, APRIL 23
The House is not in session

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
The House is not in session

THURSDAY, APRIL 25
The House will meet in a pro forma session at a time to be determined. No votes are expected.

FRIDAY, APRIL 26
The House is not in session

Amendments

There are no amendments pending at this time. 

Vote Series

There are no votes pending at this time. Next votes will be on Monday, April 29th at 6:30 p.m.

Weekly Schedule

MONDAY, APRIL 15
The House will meet at 4:30 p.m. in a pro forma session. No votes are expected.

TUESDAY, APRIL 16
The House is not in session

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17

The House is not in session

THURSDAY, APRIL 18
The House will meet at 3:30 p.m. in a pro forma session. No votes are expected.

FRIDAY, APRIL 19
The House is not in session

Floor Wrap Up

WEDNESDAY APRIL 10, 2019

SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS

Amendments to H.R. 1644:

Delgado (D-NY) - Amendment No. 4 - Requires GAO to produce a report, within 1 year, reviewing the benefits to consumers of broadband internet access providers offering broadband internet access service on a standalone basis and what steps Congress can take to increase the availability of standalone broadband internet access service to consumers, particularly those living in rural areas. - ADOPTED 363 - 60, ROLL CALL 163
Republican YEA – 132; NAY – 60
Democrat YEA – 231; NAY – 0

Wexton (D-VA) - Amendment No. 6 - Requires the Federal Communications Commission to submit to Congress within 30 days a plan for how the Commission will evaluate and address problems with the collection on Form 477 of data regarding the deployment of broadband Internet access service. Form 477 is used by the FCC to determine which providers are servicing which areas and it is the government’s main source of data used for identifying underserved areas of opportunity. - ADOPTED 376 - 46, ROLL CALL 164
Republican YEA – 146; NAY – 46
Democrat YEA – 230; NAY – 0

Davids (D-KS) - Amendment No. 7 - Requires that within 1 year of enactment, the GAO shall produce a report examining the FCC’s efforts to assess competition in the wireline and wireless broadband internet access markets, and how the FCC can better assess competition, and what steps, if any the FCC can take to better increase competition in the wireless and wireline broadband internet access markets. - ADOPTED BY VOICE

Stanton (D-AZ) - Amendment No. 8 - Directs the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission to engage tribal stakeholders and providers to ensure accessible and affordable broadband on tribal lands. - ADOPTED BY VOICE

Trone (D-MD) - Amendment No. 9 - Finds that annual FCC reports on the state of broadband deployment are important to fostering further deployment and that Congress relies on the accuracy of these reports. Requires that 1) the FCC may not release such a report based on information it knows to be inaccurate and 2) the Commission use its best efforts to ensure all future reports are accurate and to correct past inaccuracies prior to the report’s release. - ADOPTED BY VOICE

Brindisi (D-NY) - Amendment No. 10 - Requires the GAO to produce a report about the ways in which the U.S. government can promote the deployment of broadband Internet access service, especially to rural areas and areas currently unserved by high-speed broadband access. - ADOPTED BY VOICE

Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 11 - Requires the GAO to determine the accuracy and granularity of broadband maps produced by the FCC, and to submit to Congress a report that identifies programs and actions restored under 2(b) that rely on these maps and that makes recommendations for how the FCC can produce more accurate maps. - ADOPTED BY VOICE

McAdams (D-UT) - Amendment No. 12 - Affirms that ISPs can still block unlawful content, such as child pornography or copyright-infringing materials. - ADOPTED 423 - 0, ROLL CALL 165
Republican YEA – 190; NAY – 0
Democrat YEA – 233; NAY – 0


Republican Motion to Recommit on H.R. 1644 - REJECTED 204 - 216, ROLL CALL 166

Republican YEA – 191; NAY – 0
Democrat YEA – 13; NAY – 216


Passage of H.R. 1644 - Save the Internet Act of 2019 - PASSED 232 - 190, ROLL CALL 167
Republican YEA – 1; NAY – 190
Democrat YEA – 231; NAY – 0