NEXT VOTE6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 22

LAST VOTE

Daily Schedule

MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2019
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. 439 - National FFA Organization’s Federal Charter Amendments Act (Sponsored by Rep. James Langevin / Judiciary Committee) 
Y N

2) H.R. 498 - Clean Up the Code Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. Steve Chabot / Judiciary Committee) 
Y N
 
3) H.R. 31 - Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act of 2019, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Eliot Engel / Foreign Affairs Committee) 
Y N

4) H.R. 353
 - To direct the Secretary of State to develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in the World Health Organization, and for other purposes (Sponsored by Rep. Ted Yoho / Foreign Affairs Committee) 
Y N

5) H.R. 676 - NATO Support Act (Sponsored by Rep. Jimmy Panetta / Foreign Affairs Committee) 
Y N

6) H.R. 328
 - Hack Your State Department Act (Sponsored by Rep. Ted Lieu / Foreign Affairs Committee) 
Y N
 

Amendments to H.R. 268 - Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2019

Bishop, Sanford (D-GA) - Amendment No. 1 - Increases emergency assistance funding to agricultural producers who suffered losses from hurricanes, wildfires and other agricultural related losses in 2018.
Adopted Voice Y      N

McGovern (D-MA) - Amendment No. 2 - States that none of the funds in this bill for the Army Corps of Engineers or Department of Homeland Security may be used to plan, develop, or construct the border wall.
   230  197
 
Rice (R-SC) - Amendment No. 3 - Remove the prohibition on the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s ability to waive requirements related to the environment.
Rejected Voice Y N     
 
Velazquez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 4 - Provides $5 million to conduct an independent study, including a survey of participants, on the impact of the additional benefits provided through disaster nutrition assistance on the food insecurity, health status, and well-being of program participants
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Velazquez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 5 - Provides $25 million for Caño Martín Peña channel ecosystem restoration.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Stewart (R-UT) - Amendment No. 6 - Provides increased funding for hazardous fuels management activities to increase the resiliency of federal forests, to protect against catastrophic wildfires and reduce the amount of damage caused by such fires.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Thompson, Mike (D-CA) - Amendment No. 7 - Clarifies that winegrape growers whose crops were tainted by smoke from a 2018 wildfire are eligible for assistance under this Act, even if the damage is discovered after the grapes have been removed from the vine.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Thompson, Mike (D-CA) - Amendment No. 8 - Increases funding by $50 million for the Community Development Fund to help address unmet infrastructure needs for grantees that received allocations for disasters that occurred in 2017.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Graves, Garret (R-LA) - Amendment No. 9 - Extend eligibility to Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA projects, but ensures they do not receive funding in excess of the amount at which they are authorized.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Richmond (D-LA) - Amendment No. 10 - Amends section to clarify that the process for addressing duplication of benefits should be handled in accordance with current law.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Westerman (R-AR) - Amendment No. 11 - Increases the funding for USFS State and Private Forestry account, with the goals of helping state and private forest managers recover from the catastrophic fires of 2018 and helping these land managers prepare for the next fire season.
Adopted Voice Y       N
 
Jayapal (D-WA) - Amendment No. 12 - Restricts DHS funding from being used for the construction or expansion of immigration detention facilities.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Sablan (D-MP) - Amendment No. 13 - Increases the funding for the Northern Marianas Medicaid program by $16 million to help the islands in recovery from Typhoon Mangkhut and Super Typhoon Yutu.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Sablan (D-MP) - Amendment No. 14 - Increases funding for the Marianas food stamps block grant by $15,000,000 to cover the cost of households, not previously eligible for aid, who remain in need of assistance because of continuing income loss after Typhoon Mangkhut and Super Typhoon Yutu. Out of total population of 53,883, the Food and Nutrition Service reports 40,377 people qualified for disaster nutrition benefits.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Gonzalez - Colon (R-PR) [on behalf of Radewagen (R-AS)] - Amendment No. 15 - Increases the amount of nutritional assistance appropriated in Sec. 101 by $5,000,000
Adopted Voice Y      N
 

Vote Series I

Adoption of H.Res. 52 - The rule providing for consideration of the bill H. J. Res. 28 - Further Additional Appropriations Act, 2019 - 15 minute vote
 230  190

H.R. 150 Grant Reporting Efficiency and Agreements Transparency Act of 2019 - Suspension - 5 minute vote
 422     0
 

Next: General debate on H. J. Res. 28 - Further Additional Continuing Appropriations Act,
2019
One hour of debate

Debate two suspensions

Vote around 1:00 p.m.

Out around 2:00 p.m.

Weekly Schedule

MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2019
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. 439 - National FFA Organization’s Federal Charter Amendments Act (Sponsored by Rep. James Langevin / Judiciary Committee)
Y N

2) H.R. 498 - Clean Up the Code Act of 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. Steve Chabot / Judiciary Committee)
Y N
 
3) H.R. 31 - Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act of 2019, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Eliot Engel / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N

4) H.R. 353
- To direct the Secretary of State to develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in the World Health Organization, and for other purposes (Sponsored by Rep. Ted Yoho / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N

5) H.R. 676 - NATO Support Act (Sponsored by Rep. Jimmy Panetta / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N

6) H.R. 328
- Hack Your State Department Act (Sponsored by Rep. Ted Lieu / Foreign Affairs Committee)
Y N
 
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23RD AND THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK
On Wednesday and Thursday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for morning hour and 12:00 p.m. for legislative business.

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

Suspension of the Rules:
1) H.R. 624 - Promoting Transparent Standards for Corporate Insiders Act (Sponsored by Rep. Maxine Waters / Financial Services Committee)

2) H.R. 502 - FIND Trafficking Act (Sponsored by Rep. Juan Vargas / Financial Services Committee)

3) H.R. 56 - Financial Technology Protection Act (Sponsored by Rep. Ted Budd / Financial Services Committee)

4) H.R. 424 - Department of Homeland Security Clearance Management and Administration Act (Sponsored by Rep. Bennie Thompson / Homeland Security Committee)

5) H.R. 480 - Homeland Threat Assessment Act (Sponsored by Rep. Mike Rogers / Homeland Security Committee)

6) H.R. 495 - FIRST State and Local Law Enforcement Act (Sponsored by Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee / Homeland Security Committee)

7) H.R. 428 - Homeland Security Assessment of Terrorists’ Use of Virtual Currencies Act (Sponsored by Rep. Kathleen Rice / Homeland Security Committee)

8) H.R. 449
- Pathways to Improving Homeland Security at the Local Level Act (Sponsored by Rep. Val Demings / Homeland Security Committee)

9) H.R. 504 - DHS Field Engagement Accountability Act (Sponsored by Rep. Don Bacon / Homeland Security Committee)

H.R. 648 - Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2019 (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Nita Lowey / Appropriations Committee)

Postponed Vote of H.J.Res. 28 - Further Additional Continuing Appropriations Act, 2019 (Sponsored by Rep. Nita Lowey / Appropriations Committee)

Legislation Related to FY19 Appropriations

Additional Legislative Items are Possible

Floor Wrap Up

JANUARY 17, 2019

SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS


Adoption of H. Res. 52 - The rule providing for consideration of the bill H. J. Res. 28 - Further Additional Appropriations Act, 2019 - ADOPTED 230 - 190, ROLL CALL 40
Republican YEA –0; NAY – 190
Democrat YEA – 230; NAY – 0


H.R. 150 - Grant Reporting Efficiency and Agreements Transparency Act of 2019 - ON THE MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS - PASSED 422 - 0, ROLL CALL 41
Republican YEA – 191; NAY – 0
Democrat YEA – 231; NAY – 0

H.J.Res. 30 - Disapproving the President’s proposal to take an action relating to the application of certain sanctions with respect to the Russian Federation ON THE MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS - PASSED 362 - 53, ROLL CALL 42
Republican YEA – 136; NAY – 53
Democrat YEA – 226; NAY – 0


Republican Motion to Recommit on H.J. Res. 28
– This Motion to Recommit would amend the Democrat’s CR and extend funding from December 22, 2018 through January 15, 2019. Combined with the S. 24, which was signed by the president yesterday, this would allow all federal employees to receive their first paycheck of the year - REJECTED 195 - 222, ROLL CALL 43
Republican YEA – 189; NAY – 0
Democrat YEA – 6; NAY – 222


H.J. Res. 28 – Further Additional Continuing Appropriations Act, 2019 - VOTE ORDERED
 
Concurring in the Senate Amendment to H.R. 251
- Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program Extension Act - ON THE MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS - PASSED BY VOICE

Approval of the Journal - APPROVED BY VOICE