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MONDAY MARCH 26, 2021
The House will meet at 2 p.m. for Legislative Business

Fifteen One Minutes per side

H. Res. 179 – Rule Providing for Consideration of H.R. 1 – For the People Act of 2021 and H.R. 1280 – George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021 (Sponsored by Rep. Jim McGovern / Rules Committee)
P.Q. Y    220 N    201
Adoption Y   218 N   207

Special Orders: Republicans have the first hour

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Amendments to H.R. 803

Amendments to H.R. 803 - Protecting America's Wilderness and Public Lands Act
Each stand alone amendment is debatable for 10 minutes
Each En Bloc is debatable for 20 minutes


Neguse (D-CO) En Bloc #1
Barragán (D-CA) – Amendment No. 1 - Adds the Outdoors for All Act to the bill, which codifies the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership (ORLP) program. The ORLP program provides grants for outdoor recreational opportunities in urban and low-income cities across the nation

Brown (D-MD), Graves, Garret (R-LA)
– Amendment No. 2 - Encourages the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture to ensure servicemembers and veterans have access to these public lands for outdoor recreation and wellness programs

DeFazio (D-OR), Huffman (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 4 - Adds the Southwestern Oregon Watershed and Salmon Protection Act of 2021 to the bill, which withdraws certain land located in Curry County and Josephine County, Oregon, from all forms of entry, appropriation, or disposal under the public land laws, location, entry, and patent under the mining laws, and operation under the mineral leasing and geothermal leasing laws

DeSaulnier (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 5 - Adds the Rosie the Riveter National Historic Site Expansion Act to the bill, which marks a local historic site at the Nystrom Elementary School, as part of the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond, California

Garamendi (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 6 - Makes a minor boundary adjustment of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta National Heritage Area to include approximately 62 acres of adjacent publicly owned land encompassing: the decommissioned United States Army Reserve Center (now owned by the City of Rio Vista, CA); U.S. Coast Guard Station Rio Vista; Beach Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant (City of Rio Vista); and Sandy Beach County Park (Solano County, CA)

Keating (D-MA)
– Amendment No. 10 - Extends the life of the Cape Cod National Seashore Advisory Commission, which Advises the Superintendent of the Seashore about the communities needs, until 2028

Lieu (D-CA), Brownley (D-CA), Waters (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 12 - Adds the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Boundary Adjustment Study Act to the bill, which directs the Department of the Interior to conduct a special resource study of the coastline and adjacent areas to the Santa Monica Bay from Will Rogers State Beach to Torrance Beach, including the areas in and around
Ballona Creek and Baldwin Hills and the San Pedro section of Los Angeles, excluding the Port of Los Angeles north of Crescent Avenue

McEachin (D-VA)
– Amendment No. 13 - Adds the Great Dismal Swamp National Heritage Area Act to the bill, which requires a study to assess the suitability and feasibility of designating areas within Virginia and North Carolina as a National Heritage Area

McKinley (R-WV), Tonko (D-NY)
– Amendment No. 14 - Adds the National Heritage Area Act of 2021 to the bill, which establishes a system of national heritage areas (NHAs) and brings uniformity to the way NHAs are designated, managed, and assessed and provides Congress the ability to conduct oversight of the program

O'Halleran (D-AZ)
– Amendment No. 18 - Adds the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument Boundary Modification Act of 2021, which modifies the boundary of the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument by transferring approximately 11.21 acres to the Park Service and approximately 3.5 acres to the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Allows the Secretary of the Interior to acquire certain lands from willing sellers, donors, or through exchange and enter into cooperative agreements with the State of Arizona for the cooperative management of certain lands

O'Halleran (D-AZ) –
Amendment No. 19 - Adds the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument Boundary Adjustment Act to the bill, which transfers approximately 97.7 acres from the Forest Service to the Sunset Crater National Monument. These lands include an NPS visitor, an NPS administrative facility, and a portion of the key access road to the Monument.

Panetta (D-CA), Thompson, Mike (D-CA), Lofgren (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 20 - Stipulates that nothing in this Act may be construed to limit the authority of the Secretary of the Interior or the Secretary of Agriculture under section 4(d)(1) of the Wilderness Act to manage for fire, insects, and diseases in wilderness areas designated

Pingree (D-ME)
– Amendment No. 21 - Includes the York River in Maine in the National Park Service’s Wild and Scenic River System

Plaskett (D-VI)
– Amendment No. 22 - Adds the St. Croix National Heritage Area Act to the bill, which designates a National Heritage Area for the island of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, pursuant to a congressionally-directed feasibility study completed by the National Park Service in September, 2010, and consistent with the procedures traditionally laid out for such heritage area site designations as last enacted in the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act

Pocan (D-WI), Grothman (R-WI)
– Amendment No. 23 - Makes Wisconsin's Ice Age National Scenic Trail a unit of the National Park System administered by the Secretary of the Interior

Spanberger (D-VA), McEachin (D-VA)
– Amendment No. 24 - Adds specified additional lands in the George Washington National Forest (a part of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests in Virginia, West Virginia, and Kentucky) to the Rough Mountain Wilderness and the Rich Hole Wilderness

Tlaib (D-MI) –
Amendment No. 28 - Incorporates the Environmental Justice in Recreational Permitting Act into the bill, which requires the Department of the Interior and the Department of Agriculture to complete an interagency report on the use of special recreation permits by recreation service providers serving environmental justice communities
  Y   229 N   198

Curtis (R-UT), McKinley (R-WV), Newhouse (R-WA) – Amendment No. 3 - Requires a study to determine if any land withdrawn by this legislation contains geothermal resources, or minerals needed for battery storage, renewable energy technology, or electric vehicles
  Y   221 N   205
 
Neguse (D-CO) En Bloc #2
Gosar (R-AZ), Newhouse (R-WA) – Amendment No. 7 - Excludes lands in the 4th Congressional District of Arizona from the permanent mineral withdrawal under this Act

Gosar (R-AZ), Newhouse (R-WA)
– Amendment No. 8 - Delays the permanent mineral withdrawal under the Act until the Secretary of the Interior completes a mineral survey of proposed withdrawal area (including uranium, rare earth elements, geothermal resources and oil and natural gas) and determines there are no mineral resources, geothermal resources, or critical minerals present other than uranium

Herrell (R-NM), Newhouse (R-WA)
– Amendment No. 9 - Strikes all "Potential Wilderness" designations in the bill

Lamborn (R-CO)
– Amendment No. 11 - Ensures that nothing in the bill would affect the establishment, access, operation, or maintenance of transmission right-of-ways

Moore, Blake (R-UT), Newhouse (R-WA)
– Amendment No. 15 - States that no wilderness or potential wilderness designation under this Act shall be effective in any county where the county has not formally approved such designation

Newhouse (R-WA)
– Amendment No. 16 - States that this Act shall not take effect until the Secretary of the Interior certifies that no renewable energy jobs have been loss as a result of this Act

Newhouse (R-WA), Boebert (R-CO)
– Amendment No. 17 - States that nothing in this Act shall prohibit development of new renewable hydroelectric energy and associated transmission lines and rights of way within the wild and scenic designations, wilderness designations, or wilderness study area designations under this Act

Stauber (R-MN), Newhouse (R-WA), Boebert (R-CO)
– Amendment No. 25 - Requires approval of local counties before mineral withdrawal can take place

Stauber (R-MN), Newhouse (R-WA), Boebert (R-CO)
– Amendment No. 26 - States that this Act shall not apply to any lands or waters in Colorado's Third and Fifth Congressional Districts or any lands, waters, or minerals in Arizona's Fourth Congressional District

Stauber (R-MN), Newhouse (R-WA), Boebert (R-CO)
– Amendment No. 27 - States that this Act shall not apply to any lands or waters in Colorado's Third Congressional District

Westerman (R-AR), Newhouse (R-WA) –
Amendment No. 29 - Allows the Secretary of Agriculture or the Secretary of the Interior to exempt any wilderness or potential wilderness designated under this Act that does not meet the definition of wilderness under the Wilderness Act
  Y   197 N   226


Vote Series I

Ordering the Previous Question on H. Res. 179 - Rule Providing for Consideration of H.R. 1 – For the People Act of 2021 and H.R. 1280 – George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021 - 5 minutes per group
Y   220  201

Adoption of H. Res. 179 - Rule Providing for Consideration of H.R. 1 – For the People Act of 2021 and H.R. 1280 – George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021 - 5 minutes per group
 218  207


These are the last votes of the day

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

General debate for H.R. 1 - For the People Act of 2021
Begin debating amendments
Vote around Noon
Vote again around 6:30 p.m.

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

Continue debating amendments for H.R. 1

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

H.R. 1280 – George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021

Weekly Schedule

MONDAY MARCH 1, 2021
The House will meet at 12:00 p.m. for Morning Hour
Legislative Business will begin at 2:00 p.m.

H. Res. 179 – Rule Providing for Consideration of H.R. 1 – For the People Act of 2021 and H.R. 1280 – George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021
 
TUESDAY MARCH 2ND AND THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK 
On Tuesday and Wednesday, the House will meet at 9:00 a.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.


H.R. 1
- For the People Act of 2021 (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. John Sarbanes / House Administration Committee)

H.R. 1280 -
George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021 (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Karen Bass / Judiciary Committee)

Floor Wrap Up

MONDAY MARCH 1, 2021

SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS


Ordering the Previous Question on H. Res. 179 - Rule Providing for Consideration of H.R. 1 – For the People Act of 2021 and H.R. 1280 – George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021 - PASSED 220 - 201, ROLL CALL 50
Republican YEA – 0; NAY – 201
Democrat YEA – 220; NAY – 0

Adoption of H. Res. 179
- Rule Providing for Consideration of H.R. 1 – For the People Act of 2021 and H.R. 1280 – George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021 - ADOPTED 218 - 207, ROLL CALL 51
Republican YEA – 0; NAY – 205
Democrat YEA – 218; NAY – 2