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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2021
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

Complete Consideration of H.R. 4502 - Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, Agriculture, Rural Development, Energy and Water Development, Financial Services and General Government, Interior, Environment, Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Act, 2022 (Sponsored by Rep. Rosa DeLauro / Appropriations Committee)

The Rule provides for no further general debate.

Postponed Amendment Votes:
Bipartisan En Bloc #5
Democratic En Bloc #6

Potential Postponed Suspension Votes:
1) S. 848 - Consider Teachers Act of 2021 (Sponsored by Sen. Mike Braun / Education and Labor Committee)

2) S. 1828 - HAVANA Act of 2021 (Sponsored by Sen. Susan Collins / Foreign Affairs Committee)

3) H.R. 2278 - To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to designate the September 11th National Memorial Trail, and for other purposes, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Gerry Connolly / Natural Resources Committee)

4) H.R. 1029 - Free Veterans from Fees Act (Sponsored by Rep. Greg Steube / Natural Resources Committee)

5) H.R. 1154 - Great Dismal Swamp National Heritage Area Act (Sponsored by Rep. Donald McEachin / Natural Resources Committee)

6) H.R. 2497 - Amache National Historical Site Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Joe Neguse / Natural Resources Committee)

7) H.R. 4300 - Alexander Lofgren VIP Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks / Natural Resources Committee)

8) S. 325 - To amend the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act to extend the deadline for a report by the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children, and for other purposes (Sponsored by Sen. Lisa Murkowski / Natural Resources Committee)

9) S. 272 - Congressional Budget Justification Transparency Act of 2021 (Sponsored by Sen. Gary Peters / Oversight and Reform Committee)

10) H.R. 3533 - To establish occupational series for Federal positions in software development, software engineering, data science, and data management, and for other purposes, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Jay Obernolte / Oversight and Reform Committee)

11) H.R. 3599 - Federal Rotational Cyber Workforce Program Act of 2021, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Ro Khanna / Oversight and Reform Committee)

12) H.R. 1204 - District of Columbia Chief Financial Officer Home Rule Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton / Oversight and Reform Committee)

13) H.R. 978 - Chai Suthammanont Remembrance Act of 2021, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Gerry Connolly / Oversight and Reform Committee)

14) H.R. 2617 - Performance Enhancement Reform Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Gerry Connolly / Oversight and Reform Committee)

15) S. 2382 - To authorize the National Cyber Director to accept details from other elements of the Federal Government on nonreimbursable basis, and for other purposes (Sponsored by Sen. Rob Portman / Oversight and Reform Committee)

Members are advised that the House may take votes on some suspensions this week

Additional Legislative Items Are Possible

Special Orders: Republicans have the first hour

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Amendments to H.R. 4502

Amendments to H.R. 4502 - Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, Agriculture, Rural Development, Energy and Water Development, Financial Services and General Government, Interior, Environment, Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Act, 2022

Each stand alone amendment receives up to 10 minutes of debate

Each En Bloc amendment receives up to 30 minutes of debate

DeLauro (D-CT) En Bloc #1
Hern (R-OK) - Amendment No. 23 - Reduces spending in this division by 20 percent. Exempts security funding

Hern (R-OK) - Amendment No. 67 - Reduces spending in this division by 20 percent with an exemption for security funding

Hern (R-OK) - Amendment No. 95 - Reduces spending in this division by 20 percent. Exempts security funding

Hern (R-OK) - Amendment No. 123 - Reduces spending in this division by 20 percent. Exempts security spending

Hern (R-OK) - Amendment No. 154 - Reduces spending in this division by 20 percent. Exempts security funding

Hern (R-OK) - Amendment No. 215 - Reduces spending in this division by 20 percent with an exemption for security funding
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DeLauro (D-CT) En Bloc #2
Scott, David (D-GA) - Amendment No. 1 - Increases and decreases funds in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program by $1,000,000 with the intent of supporting the Secretary in carrying out activities that expand the national apprenticeship system for recruitment, employment, and on-the-job earn-as-you-learn training of young African Americans

Speier (D-CA), Kuster (D-NH), Pressley (D-MA), Moore (D-WI), Garcia, Sylvia (D-TX), Maloney, Carolyn (D-NY), Escobar (D-TX), Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No 3 - Prohibits the use of funds to implement or enforce sections of former Secretary DeVos' Title IX rule

Welch (D-VT), McKinley (R-WV), Moore (D-WI), Garbarino (R-NY), Dean (D-PA) - Amendment No. 4 - Increases funding for the Low Income Housing Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) by $10,000,000 offset by a reduction to Office of the Secretary - General Departmental Management

Axne (D-IA), Schrier (D-WA), Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 5 - Provides $5 million for community colleges who provide training programs to dislocated workers, including those who lost work due to COVID-19

Bush, Cori (D-MO), Pressley (D-MA), Schakowsky (D-IL), Jayapal (D-WA) - Amendment No. 9 - Increases and decreases funding by $1 million in the SAMHSA account to highlight the need for a GAO study on alternative and non-punitive behavioral health crisis response programs to determine the effectiveness of such programs in improving public health and public safety

Bush, Cori (D-MO) - Amendment No. 10 - Increases funding by $5 million for Health Centers account to provide health care services, including COVID-19 testing and vaccine outreach, to the the unhoused community. Reduces funding for the Office of the Secretary, General Departmental Management by the same amount

Castor (D-FL) - Amendment No. 11 - Increase and decrease funding in the Innovation and Improvement account by $1 million to encourage the Department of Education to conduct proper oversight of for-profit charter schools to ensure they are supporting students adhering to federal civil rights laws

DeSaulnier (D-CA) - Amendment No. 12 - Increases funding for Statewide Family Engagement Centers at the Department of Education by $1 million offset by a reduction to Departmental Management - Program Administration

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 13 - Increases and decreases funding for the U.S. Mexico Border Health Commission to emphasize the need for a binational COVID19 vaccination plan for border communities. (10 minutes)

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 14 - Increases funding for the Department of Civil Rights at the Department of Education to support economically disadvantaged communities. Decreases funding for Departmental Management - Program Administration

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 15 - Increases and decreases the Department of Education's Education for the Disadvantaged account by $1 million to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text

Gomez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 17 - Increases and decreases by $5 million in order to highlight the need to improve access to life-saving cancer screenings in primary health centers to address disproportionate cancer outcomes in underserved communities, particularly communities of color

Gomez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 18 - Increases and decreases by $1 million to improve awareness and implementation of language access services consistent with standards set by the Office of Minority Health’s Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health Care program so that patients with limited English-language proficiency have access to equitable healthcare services

Gomez (D-CA), Takano (D-CA), Lowenthal (D-CA) - Amendment No. 19 - Increases and decrease funding in the Strengthening Asian American Native American Pacific Islander ServingInstitutions (AANAPISI) program by $10,000,000 to highlight this MinorityServing Institution program that provides competitive grants to eligible colleges and universities that serve a considerable number of Asian American and Pacific Islander students. The AANAPISI program provides equitable access to education, promotes opportunities for success, and aids institutions in being able to understand and respond to the unique challenges faced by Asian American and Pacific Islander students today

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 25 - Increases and decreases funds by $10,000,000 to support greater diversity in the pool of diabetes research professionals and patients participating in clinical trials

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 26 - Increases and decreases funds by $10,000,000 with the intent of supporting programs that provide outreach and support services targeting program participants at greatest risk of not completing a college degree due to COVID-19 education disruption

Levin, Andy (D-MI) - Amendment No. 30 - Increases and decreases by $1 million for BLS funding with the intent that the funds go towards the agency reevaluating its unemployment survey methods, particularly in how it measures unemployment in historically marginalized and discriminated populations

Levin, Andy (D-MI) - Amendment No. 31 - Increases and decreases by $1 million for ILAB funding with the intent that the funds support workers’ rights and capacity to organize independent unions in Mexico

Neguse (D-CO) - Amendment No. 35 - Increases funding for the School Based Mental Health Services Grant Program by $2 million. Decreases Departmental Management - Program Administration by $2 million

Pressley (D-MA), Bush, Cori (D-MO), Watson Coleman (D-NJ), Bowman (D-NY), Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 38 - Increases and decreases $500,000 from the Safe Schools and Citizenship Education account to direct the GAO to study the impacts of exclusionary discipline practices in K-12 remote education settings over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic including the ways in which these practices contributed to learning loss, negative mental health outcomes, and student involvement in criminal and child welfare systems, among other impacts

Ross (D-NC) - Amendment No. 40 - Increases and decreases funding for the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) by $1 million to instruct IES to conduct a study on obstacles pregnant and parenting students face in the pursuit of education and recommendations for improving educational outcomes, including graduation rates, for these students

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 45 - Increases and decreases funds by $20,000,000 to highlight the need for the Mental and Substance Use Disorder Workforce Training Demonstration Program under HRSA Health Workforce

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 49 - Increases and decreases by $10,000,000 the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) account to ensure that we still have accessible, quality child care for working families

Stevens (D-MI) - Amendment No. 54 - Increases and decreases funding for injury prevention and control at the Department of Health and Human Services by $25 million to emphasize the intent that additional funding be used for research on federal firearm injury and mortality prevention research

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 63 - Increases funding to the Civilian Climate Corps Program by $1 million to address climate change. Decreases Agriculture Buildings and Facilities by $3 million

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 64 - Increases and decreases funding to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text

Barragán (D-CA) - Amendment No. 83 - Decreases and increases Salaries and Expenses funding at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by $1,000,000 to highlight how important it is for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to fully consider the climate change and environmental justice impacts of proposed energy and pipeline projects

Bush, Cori (D-MO), OcasioCortez (D-NY), Jones, Mondaire (D-NY) - Amendment No. 86 - Increases the Department of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $3 million by reducing the Department of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management by $4 million.

Casten (D-IL), McEachin (D-VA), Foster (D-IL) - Amendment No. 88 - Adds and subtracts $150 million from the Title 17 Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee Program, in support of robust funding for credit subsidies for loan guarantee recipients consistent with the President's budget request

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 90 - Transfers $1.5 million in funding to the Water and Related Resources account from the Policy and Administration account for the WaterSMART Title XVI Water Reclamation & Reuse Program in order to assist communities experiencing drought conditions

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 91 - Increases and decreases funding to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text.

McNerney (D-CA) - Amendment No. 98 - Increases and decreases by $15,000,000 the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) budget for the purposes of emphasizing more robust analysis and data collection from EIA’s commercial and residential surveys, specifically with regards to water consumption, as well as to make publicly available water consumption data for commercial buildings, broken out by principal building activity and region

McNerney (D-CA) - Amendment No. 99 - Increases and decreases by $5,000,000 the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) policy and administration budget for the purposes of emphasizing the need to assess the energy consumption from BOR pumping stations and understand the opportunity for energy efficiency and reduction measures

OcasioCortez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 100 - States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used under the Fossil Energy and Carbon Management program for any research and development activity unless the financed activities significantly reduce carbon emissions pursuant to section 961(a)(3) of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 16291(a)(3))
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DeLauro (D-CT) En Bloc #3
Spanberger (D-VA), McKinley (R-WV) - Amendment No. 2 - Increases and decreases HRSA's Office of Pharmacy Affairs by $1,000,000 to highlight the need to protect the integrity of the 340B program by halting pharmaceutical manufacturers' unlawful actions that have resulted in overcharges to 340B covered entities

Buchanan (R-FL) - Amendment No. 6 - Transfers $2,000,000 from Office of the Secretary - General Departmental Management to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration to increase available grants to prevent prescription drug/opioid overdoses

Burgess (R-TX) - Amendment No. 7 - Increases and decreases by $10,000,000 for the Director of the National Institutes of Health Office for Acute Flaccid Myelitis Research

Burgess (R-TX), Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 8 - Transfers $5 million from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Program Support to fund the Rural Health, Project ECHO telehealth mentoring model, to improve health workforce capacity in underserved areas

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 20 - Increases and decreases funds by $1,000,000 in the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Environmental Health account to emphasize the importance of every child having access to drinking water at school that’s free of lead and dangerous materials

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 21 - Increases and decreases funds by $1,000,000 in the National Institutes of Health's Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration account to emphasize the importance of SAMHSA focusing efforts to address COVID-linked substance abuse and mental health issues among children and young adults

Langevin (D-RI), Bass (D-CA) - Amendment No. 27 - Increases the Children and Families Services Programs account by $3,900,000 and decrease the HHS General Departmental Management account by $3,900,000

Lynch (D-MA) - Amendment No. 32 - Provides an increase of $2 Million to Community Health Centers and decreases funding for Office of the Secretary - General Departmental Management by the same amount

McKinley (R-WV), Tonko (D-NY), Blunt Rochester (D-DE), Spanberger (D-VA), Van Drew (R-NJ) - Amendment No. 33 - Increases funds in the Substance Abuse Prevention program by $2,500,000 with the intent of supporting prescription drug monitoring programs pilot program to test the feasibility and outcomes of integrating a substance use disorder and behavioral health treatment locator tool into the prescription drug monitoring programs of 5 eligible States. Offset by spending from the Office of the Secretary

Miller (R-WV), Pappas (D-NH), McKinley (R-WV) - Amendment No. 34 - Increases funding for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome research by $1,000,000 offset by spending from the Office of the Secretary

Rice, Kathleen (D-NY), Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Schrader (D-OR), Salazar (R-FL), Norton (D-DC), Cooper (D-TN), Posey (R-FL), Titus (D-NV), Upton (R-MI), Malliotakis (R-NY), Cohen (D-TN), Estes (R-KS), Gooden (R-TX) - Amendment No. 39 - Increases and decreases funding for CDC's Emerging Zoonotic and Infectious Disease account with the intent of preventing the reintroduction of canine rabies virus variant into the United States and supporting CDC modernizing and fully operating its dog import program

Schweikert (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 41 - Increases funding for the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases by $1 million with the intent these funds be used to fund a multicenter research consortium on Type II diabetes cures. Offsets the increase with a decrease in funding of $1 million from the General Departmental Management account under the Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services

Schweikert (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 42 - Increases funding by $2 million for the CDC’s Emerging Zoonotic and Infectious Disease account with the intention that these funds be used for Coccidioidomycosis and other fungal diseases. Offsets the increase with a decrease in funding of $2 million from the General Departmental Management account under the Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services

Schweikert (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 43 - Increases and decreases funding in Health Surveillance and Program Support by $1,000,000 to express the intent that additional funding for the Mental Health Administration be used for research on medication adherence technology

Schweikert (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 44 - Increases and decreases funding for the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General under the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services program by $1,000,000 to express the intent that Medicare focus on using artificial intelligence and other technology to promote cleans claims creation and processing to combat improper payments, fraud, waste, and abuse

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 46 - Increases and decreases the National Institute of Mental health budget by $5,000,000 with the intent to address youth mental health disparities

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 47 - Increase the DOL Registered Apprenticeship budget by $1 million for the purpose of improving coordination between DOL and VA to ensure that registered apprenticeships are approved by VA for GI Bill benefits. Offsets the amendment with a $1 million decrease in funds from the Program Administration account

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 48 - Increases and decreases the funding for Strategic National Stockpile by $10 million to emphasize the importance of working with the commercial sector to enhance medical supply chain flexibility and maintain domestic reserves of critical medical supplies

Smith, Christopher (R-NJ), Delgado (D-NY), Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Posey (R-FL), Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 50 - Redirects $3 million from CDCWide Activities and Program Support to CDC’s Emerging Zoonotic and Infectious Diseases account for Lyme disease research and surveillance

Smith, Christopher (R-NJ), Delgado (D-NY), Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Posey (R-FL), Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 51 - Decreases and then increases funding for the HHS Office of the Secretary by $5 million to express the intent that HHS use the $5 million for their recently announced LymeX Innovation Accelerator

Smith, Christopher (R-NJ), Doyle (D-PA) - Amendment No. 52 - Redirects $10 million from HHS Office of the Secretary to CDC’s Birth Defects, Developmental Disabilities, Disabilities and Health account. This $10 million increase would allow CDC to expand their Autism Developmental Disability Monitoring (ADDM) Network to nine additional sites, as well as enhance six of the existing sites by following up with 16 year-olds who were identified as autistic by 8 years-old

Spanberger (D-VA), Johnson, Dusty (R-SD), Meuser (R-PA) - Amendment No. 53 - Increases and decreases funds by $5 million to highlight the need for additional funding for the Telehealth Resource Center program

Wild (D-PA) - Amendment No. 56 - Invests $2 million in additional funding for the National Cancer Institute, for the purposes of enhancing pediatric cancer research. Specifically, funds would enable NCI's Childhood Cancer Data Initiative to incorporate molecular tumor board data into its work. Offset by a reduction to Office of the Secretary - General Departmental Management

Adams (D-NC) - Amendment No. 57 - Increase the funding for the Urban Agriculture & Innovative Production Program by $542,000. Decreases Agriculture Buildings and Facilities by $2.5 million

Baird (R-IN), Craig (D-MN), Rouzer (R-NC), Johnson, Dusty (R-SD), Schrier (DWA) - Amendment No. 58 - Increases funding by $5 million to FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine to improve the review and approval of animal food ingredients, and to develop solutions on how ingredient claims benefiting animal production, animal wellbeing, food safety, and the environment can be regulated as animal food. Decreases Office of the Secretary by $5 million

Bost (R-IL), Bergman (R-MI), Moore (D-WI), Davis, Rodney (R-IL) - Amendment No. 59 - Revises a National Institute of Food and Agriculture pilot program to increase funding for grant programs and services to establish and enhance farming and ranching opportunities for military veterans

Davis, Danny K. (D-IL) - Amendment No. 61 - Increases funding to the National Institute of Food and Agriculture Research and Education Activities account by $2,000,000 and decreases the Agriculture Buildings and Facilities account by $3,000,000

Davis, Rodney (R-IL), Spanberger (D-VA), Budd (R-NC), Timmons (R-SC), DelBene (D-WA), Strickland (D-WA), Moore, Barry (R-AL), Bost (R-IL), Axne (D-IA), Plaskett (D-VI), Kuster (D-NH), Harshbarger (R-TN), Van Drew (R-NJ), Miller-Meeks (R-IA), Houlahan (D-PA), Cammack, Kat (R-FL), Slotkin (D-MI), Carl, Jerry (R-AL), Baird (R-IN), McClain (R-MI), Newhouse (R-WA), Wilson, Joe (R-SC), Gooden (R-TX), Stauber (R-MN), Aderholt (R-AL), Allen (R-GA), Tenney, Claudia (R-NY), Jacobs, Sara (D-CA), DeFazio (D-OR), Kind (D-WI), Rush (D-IL), Luria (D-VA), Hagedorn (R-MN), Hinson (R-IA), Hayes (D-CT), LaHood (R-IL), Schrier (D-WA), Craig (D-MN) - Amendment No. 62 - Expands ReConnect eligibility by defining a rural area without sufficient access to broadband speeds of twenty-five megabytes per second downstream and three megabytes per second upstream, consistent with 2018 Farm Bill speed thresholds and current FCC minimum standards

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 68 - States that nothing in the bill restricts the authority of the Secretary of Agriculture or any federal agency head from providing assistance and benefits to victims of trafficking as permitted by 22 U.S.C. §7105(b) of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (114 Stat. 1464, Pub. Law 106-386)

Kind (D-WI), Escobar (D-TX), Kildee (D-MI) - Amendment No. 69 - Increases funding for the Water & Waste Disposal Loan & Grant Program at USDA by $5 million and decreases the Agriculture Building and Facilities account by $5 million. The amendment only increases funding for grants, not the loan portion of the program

Kuster (D-NH), Davis, Rodney (R-IL) - Amendment No. 70 - Increases funding for the Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas Program (ATTRA) by $500,000

Moore (D-WI) - Amendment No. 71 - Increase funding by $2,000,000 for school breakfast program. Decreases Agriculture Buildings and Facilities by the same amount

Panetta (D-CA), Davis, Rodney (R-IL), DelBene (D-WA) - Amendment No. 72 - Highlights the importance of agriculture research funding administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Office of the Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Schrader (D-OR), Griffith (R-VA) - Amendment No. 73 - Increases and decreases by $5 million, funding for the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition at the FDA, to highlight the need for the Agency to proceed with rulemaking on cannabidiol (or CBD) by no later than 180 days after enactment, out of concern that the FDA has not initiated rulemaking to establish a regulatory pathway for CBD as a dietary supplement and food ingredient

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 74 - Increases and decreases FDA by $10 million intended for the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research

Smith, Jason (R-MO) - Amendment No. 75 - Decreases the Office of the Secretary by $1,000,000 and increases Agricultural Marketing Services (AMS) by $1,000,000 for the purpose of directing AMS to conduct a study and produce findings on market barriers for small and mid-sized meat processing facilities

Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 76 - Increases funding for The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) Administrative Funds by $5,000,000. Decreases Agriculture Buildings and Facilities by $8 million

Spanberger (D-VA), LaMalfa (R-CA), Costa (D-CA), Hayes (D-CT), Kuster (D-NH) - Amendment No. 77 - Increases funding for USDA's Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) field staff through the Conservation Operations and Conservation Technical Assistance programs by $5,257,000. Technical assistance plays a critical role in helping growers, producers, and forest landowners implement conservation practices that not only have improved environmental outcomes but also improved their operations’ bottom lines through increased crop quality, better yields, and other co-benefits. Decreases Agriculture Buildings and Facilities by $10 million

Spanberger (D-VA), Johnson, Dusty (R-SD), Costa (D-CA) - Amendment No. 78 - Increases funding by $2 million for staffing at the USDA's Office of Rural Development. Decreases Agriculture Buildings and Facilities by $4.25 million

Stauber (R-MN), Fallon (R-TX), Strickland (D-WA), Adams (D-NC), Newhouse (WA) - Amendment No. 79 - Increases Circuit Rider program by $605,000 to ensure rural water operators have the resources needed offset by a reduction to Agriculture Buildings and Facilities

Valadao (R-CA) - Amendment No. 81 - Increases and decreases funding by $8 billion with intent to replenish USDA’s WHIP+ agriculture disaster assistance account to cover agricultural producers’ losses in 2020 and 2021 due to derechos, droughts, floods, freezes, high winds, hurricanes, snowstorms, tornadoes, typhoons, volcanic activity, and wildfires

Welch (D-VT), Upton (R-MI), Simpson (R-ID), Johnson, Dusty (R-SD), Joyce, John (R-PA), Grothman (R-WI), Baird (R-IN), Courtney (D-CT), Kind (D-WI), Delgado (D-NY), Schrader (D-OR), Hayes (D-CT), DelBene (D-WA), Stefanik (R-NY), Craig (D-MN) - Amendment No. 82 - Increases and decreases funding for FDA Salaries and Expenses by $1 million for the purpose of completing and issuing pending FDA guidance on Labeling of Plant-based Milk Alternatives and consistently enforcing against any violations of the existing dairy standards of identity

Burchett (R-TN), Cooper (D-TN), Kustoff (R-TN), Rose, John (R-TN), Green, Mark (R-TN), Fleischmann (R-TN), Cohen (D-TN) - Amendment No. 84 - Increases and decreases funding by $25,000,000 to highlight the Asian Carp Prevention and Control Pilot Program.

Carter, Troy (D-LA), Scalise (R-LA), Graves, Garret (R-LA) - Amendment No. 87 - Increases and decreases funding for the Corps Construction account by $6 million for projects that rebuild coastlines through beneficial use of material dredged from federally maintained waterways

Foster (D-IL), Slotkin (D-MI), Rice, Kathleen (D-NY) - Amendment No. 92 - Adds and subtracts $380 million from the DOE Office of Science, in support of more robust funding for the Office which has been integral to the development of groundbreaking technologies that affect our daily life, health, security, and the way we use energy

Garcia, Sylvia (D-TX), McCaul (R-TX), Fletcher (D-TX), Burgess (R-TX), Brady (R-TX), Jackson Lee (D-TX), Crenshaw (R-TX), Cuellar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 93 - Increases and decreases funds by $50 million to highlight the need to prioritize carbon capture utilization program activities consistent with section 969 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (42 U.S.C. 16298)

Kuster (D-NH), Pappas (D-NH), Welch (D-VT) - Amendment No. 96 - Increases funding for the Northern Border Regional Commission by $2 million. Decreases Departmental Administration by $2 million.

McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Simpson (R-ID), Newhouse (R-WA), Schrier (D-WA) - Amendment No. 97 - Increases and decreases funds by $150,000 to highlight the need for the Army Corps to utilize allocated operations and maintenance funding to acquire and deploy non-lethal deterrence technology for pinniped management at dams and locks on river systems that contain endangered salmon species and where there has been a documented increase in salmon predation by pinnipeds over the last 20 years.

Perlmutter (D-CO) - Amendment No. 101 - Increases and decreases the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy account by $15 million to increase funding for the Facilities and Infrastructure account to match the President's Budget Request.

Perry (R-PA) - Amendment No. 102 - Increases funding for the Water Power Technologies Office by $5,000,000; offset by a reduction to departmental administration.

Plaskett (D-VI) - Amendment No. 103 - Increases the Army Corps of (10 21 (VI) Engineers Investigations account by $4 million (offset by equal reductions to Corps of Engineers expenses and Department of Energy administration) for the completion of post-authorization change reports required for resumption of projects for navigation reauthorized in the Water Resources Development Act of 2020.

Scott, Bobby (D-VA), Wittman (R-VA), Beyer (D-VA), Suozzi (D-NY), Slotkin (D-MI), Luria (D-VA), Rice, Kathleen (D-NY), Wexton (D-VA) - Amendment No. 104 - Increases and decreases funding for the Office of Science by $720,000,000 to express support for the Office's Nuclear Physics and Medium Energy programs.

Scott, Bobby (D-VA), Wittman (R-VA), Beyer (D-VA), Luria (D-VA), Wexton (D-VA) - Amendment No. 105 - Increases and decreases funding for the Office of Science by $2,177,000 to draw attention to the need to move forward with the design of a High-Performance Data Facility on the East Coast, as called for in the President's Budget Request

Scott, Bobby (D-VA), Wittman (R-VA), Beyer (D-VA), Suozzi (D-NY), Luria (D-VA), Rice, Kathleen (D-NY), Wexton (D-VA) - Amendment No. 106 - Increases and decreases funding for the Office of Science by $15,000,000 to match the President's Budget Request for the Electron Ion Collider.

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 107 - Increases and decreases the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy account by $25 million, to express support for the Department of Energy’s work to increase the resilience of and expand the domestic electric vehicle supply chain — including advanced battery technology, battery manufacturing, and automotive semiconductors.

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 108 - Increases and decreases funding for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by $5 million, to highlight the need for the Corps to help assess and identify the drivers of persistent, severe flooding (and expected future trends); mitigate future flood disasters; and work with affected communities to build local resilience.

Weber (R-TX), Simpson (R-ID) - Amendment No. 109 - Increases and decreases funding for DOE's Office of Nuclear Energy by $348,000,000 to emphasize the importance of completing the Versatile Test Reactor Project.

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DeLauro (D-CT) En Bloc #4
Foxx (R-NC), Fulcher (R-ID) - Amendment No. 16 - Prohibits funds from being used to rescind the Department of Labor's December 9, 2020, final rule titled "Implementing Legal Requirements Regarding the Equal Opportunity Clause's Religious Exemption" relating to federal contractors

Grothman (R-WI) - Amendment No. 22 - Reduces the Higher Education funding by $122,000,000 to meet the President's budget request

Issa (R-CA), Harshbarger (R-TN), Guthrie (R-KY), Womack (R-AR), Kim, Young (R-CA), Steel, Michelle (R-CA) - Amendment No. 24 - Strikes the language prohibiting the implementation of the Industry Recognized Apprenticeship Program (IRAP) final rule

Lesko (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 28 - Strikes section 241 which prohibits funding to any organization, including under the Child Welfare or Federal Foster Care programs under parts B or E of title IV of the Social Security Act, that does not comply with paragraphs (c) and (d) of section 75.300 of title 45, Code of Federal Regulations prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, race, color, national origin, religion, gender identity, or sexual orientation

Perry (R-PA) - Amendment No. 37 - Strikes funding for electric vehicles and a provision on electric vehicle chargers

Walberg (R-MI) - Amendment No. 55 - Brings the Office of Labor Management Standards funding in line with the President’s request. Currently the House Appropriations bill provides level funding for OLMS. The Amendment would increase the funding by $7,117,000 and decrease funding for Wage and Hour Division by the same amount

Cammack, Kat (R-FL), Good (R-VA) - Amendment No. 60 - Strikes contingency program funding for SNAP

Good (R-VA), Cammack, Kat (R-FL) - Amendment No. 65 - Strikes $3,000,000,000 from the bills allocation to the SNAP contingency fund

Good (R-VA), Cammack, Kat (R-FL) - Amendment No. 66 - Rescinds reserve funding for the SNAP Contingency Fund

Tenney, Claudia (R-NY), LaMalfa (R-CA), Cloud (R-TX), Mace (R-SC), Davidson (R-OH), Cammack, Kat (R-FL), Hartzler (R-MO), Perry (R-PA) - Amendment No. 80 - Prohibits the Civilian Climate Corps from receiving federal funds

Burgess (R-TX) - Amendment No. 85 - States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to repeal, revise, or replace the Department of Energy's standards pertaining to incandescent lightbulbs published on December 27, 2019.

Cheney (R-WY) - Amendment No. 89 - Increases and decreases the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation fund by $75,000,000 with the intent of supporting funding for the uranium reserve program included in FY21 appropriations and to highlight the risk posed to national security assets that are largely dependent on foreign produced uranium that is subject to the restriction and regulation of those nations.

Grothman (R-WI) - Amendment No. 94 - Prohibits funds from going to the Department of Energy's Office of Economic Impact and Diversity

Good (R-VA), Gooden (R-TX), Perry (R-PA), Hice (R-GA), Babin (R-TX), Roy (R-TX), Clyde (R-GA), Weber (R-TX), Miller, Mary (R-IL) - Amendment No. 117 - Strikes provision that prohibits the ability to prevent union activity on official time and teleworking

Gooden (R-TX) - Amendment No. 118 - Removes a provision that allowed federal employees to use official time for union activities; using space in Federal buildings for union activities; teleworking for telework deemed positions

Gooden (R-TX) - Amendment No. 119 - Decrease $37.7 million for Treasury’s Departmental Offices Salaries and Expenses

Grothman (R-WI) - Amendment No. 121 - Strikes the provision related to the Commission on Federal Naming and Displays

Hagedorn (R-MN) - Amendment No. 122 - Prohibits any funds in Division D from being used to implement Executive Order #13985; "Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government"

Perry (R-PA) - Amendment No. 136 - Strikes the Electric Vehicles Fund from the GSA

Perry (R-PA) - Amendment No. 137 - Strikes the clean vehicle exceptions for the maximum amount allowable for the purchase of any passenger motor vehicle by the GSA

Pfluger (R-TX) - Amendment No. 138 - Strikes funding for electric vehicle purchases by the United States Postal Service

Scalise (R-LA), Kustoff (R-TN) - Amendment No. 139 - Prohibits the IRS from carrying out randomized and burdensome National Research Program audits

Arrington (R-TX) - Amendment No. 141 - Prohibits funds from this division from being used to enforce or implement Executive Order 14008: "Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad"

Budd (R-NC) - Amendment No. 145 - Reduces EPA grants for environmental justice training and implementation by $100 million.

Burgess (R-TX) - Amendment No. 146 - Prohibits funds made available by this Act from being used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to higher or pay the salary of any officer or employee of the EPA to utilize the Title 42 special pay authority.

Cole (R-OK) - Amendment No. 147 - Increases BIA funds by $154,163,000 for tribal justice needs related to the McGirt decision, offset by a decrease in Environmental Programs Management and State and Tribal Assistance Grants.

Duncan (R-SC) - Amendment No. 148 - Strikes provision which bans the use of this funding to issue sport-hunted permits for lions and elephants from Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Fallon (R-TX), Cammack, Kat (R-FL), Stauber (R-MN) - Amendment No. 150 - Strikes the funding creating a new program for Environmental Justice.

Gooden (R-TX) - Amendment No. 152 - Strikes the prohibition on preleasing, leasing, and related activities within National Monuments.

Graves, Garret (R-LA) - Amendment No. 153 - Strikes "may" and replaces it with "shall" to ensure the protection of an operator's proprietary information when the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement discloses an application to utilize an alternative compliance measure which is as safe or safer than those prescribed by regulation

Hudson (R-NC) - Amendment No. 156 - Transfers $5 million from the National Forest System account to the Capital Improvement and Maintenance account

LaMalfa (R-CA) - Amendment No. 159 - Transfers $25 million from the Environmental Programs and Management enforcement activities account to the National Forest System account for enforcement and remediation of illegal marijuana trespass grow sites on federal lands and for the cleanup of toxic waste and chemicals at these sites.

McKinley (R-WV), Rouzer (R-NC), Cheney (R-WY), Lamborn (R-CO) - Amendment No. 161 - Restricts funds in Division E from being used to repeal, revise, or replace the rule "Clean Water Act Section 401 Certification Rule."

Newhouse (R-WA) - Amendment No. 167 - Allows BOEM to move forfeited bonds and other securities into a designated Decommissioning Account instead of keeping that money in a general operating account.

Newhouse (R-WA) - Amendment No. 168 - Requires DOI’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) to publish online alternative compliance approvals

Palmer (R-AL) - Amendment No. 171 - States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used for the Environmental Protection Agency's Criminal Enforcement Division.

Palmer (R-AL) - Amendment No. 172 - Eliminates funding for Diesel Emission Reduction Grants.

Pfluger (R-TX) - Amendment No. 173 - Prohibits any of the funds made available by this Act from being used to implement, administer, or enforce the rule entitled ‘‘Oil and Natural Gas Sector: Emission Standards for New, Reconstructed, and Modified Sources"

Rosendale (R-MT), Newhouse (R-WA) - Amendment No. 185 - Provides that none of the funds may be used to pay any fees or other expenses under section 2412 of title 28, United States Code, to any plaintiff related to an action against the U.S. Forest Service

Grothman (R-WI) - Amendment No. 191 - Decreases funding by $86,000,000 for the design, planning, and construction of climate change and resiliency projects on military installations

Taylor (R-TX) - Amendment No. 229 - Directs the Department of Transportation to conduct a study on the effectiveness of transportation projects. Specifically, the study shall evaluate the use of federal funds to build highways, railways, and bridges based upon miles traveled per dollar spent by the federal government and local governments per person transported
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Lesko (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 29 - Strikes language that allows federal funding to go to institutions of higher education that are conducting research on marijuana
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Ocasio Cortez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 36 - Allows United States researchers to study and examine the potential impacts of several schedule I drugs, such as MDMA, psilocybin, and or ibogaine, that have been shown to be effective in treating critical diseases
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DeLauro (D-CT) En Bloc #5
Beatty (D-OH) - Amendment No. 110 - Increases and decreases $20 from the Department of Treasury with the intent to instruct the printing of $20 Federal Notes which prominently feature the abolitionist, Harriet Tubman, and a public release of its draft

Cawthorn (R-NC), Curtis (R-UT) - Amendment No. 111 - Increases FCC funding by $1 million for mapping

Crow (D-CO), Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 112 - Increases SBA Entrepreneurial Development Programs (specifically for SCORE) by $8.2 million. Decreases GSA rental of space by the same amount

Dean (D-PA) - Amendment No. 113 - Increases CDFI Program Integration for Individuals with Disabilities dedicated funding by $2,000,000, to increase financial and technical assistance. This will allow more CDFIs to respond to the housing, transportation, education, and employment needs of underserved, low-income individuals with disabilities

Gomez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 116 - Increases by $5,000,000 funding for Small Business Development Centers to provide robust support for small businesses during their recovery from the pandemic. Decreases GSA building operations by the same amount

Graves, Garret (R-LA) - Amendment No. 120 - Increases and decreases the funds made available to ODA under this act by $1 million to urge the SBA Administrator to consider a disaster loan recipient's eligibility for duplication of benefits relief under section 312(b)(4) of the Stafford Act before pursuing enforcement actions

Huizenga (R-MI) - Amendment No. 125 - Prohibit funds to nominate or approve PCAOB board members until the Commission issues rules for the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act

Jackson, Ronny (R-TX) - Amendment No. 126 - Prohibits the IRS from targeting people or groups for regulatory scrutiny based on their political beliefs

Keller (R-PA) - Amendment No. 128 - Increases and decreases by $5 million the operating expenses for the NPRC

Langevin (D-RI), Gallagher (R-WI) - Amendment No. 129 - Increases funding for the Office of the National Cyber Director by $6.25 million in line with the recommendation of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission offset by a reduction to GSA - rental of space

Maloney, Sean (D-NY) - Amendment No. 131 - Increases and decreases the Financial Services and General Government Division by $1,000,000 to highlight the need to improve information technology systems to provide real-time status updates for SBA loan applicants and recipients

Velázquez (D-NY) - Amendment No. 140 - Increases the program level for SBA's 504/CDC loan program by $750 million

Barragán (D-CA) - Amendment No. 142 - Transfers $1,000,000 from the Department of Interior Departmental Operations to the Environmental Protection Agency's Targeted Airshed Grant Program. This transfer is also reflected in the topline for State and Tribal Assistance Grants Program, which increases by $1,000,000

Buchanan (R-FL) - Amendment No. 144 - Transfers $2,000,000 to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to study and submit to Congress a report on the current causes of and measures to prevent future deaths of the West Indian manatee in Florida, offset with a reduction to DOI Office of the Secretary

GonzálezColón, Jenniffer (R-PR), Plaskett (D-VI) - Amendment No. 151 - Increases and decreases by $650,000 funding for the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Surveys, Investigations, and Research account to highlight the need to accelerate updating the seismic hazard model for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands in an effort to save lives

Hudson (R-NC) - Amendment No. 155 - Increases and decreases funding by $153,302,000 to highlight public safety concerns of roads within the Uwharrie National Forest and the need to pave the roads.

Johnson, Dusty (R-SD), Spanberger (D-VA) - Amendment No. 158 - Increases U.S. Forest Service hazardous fuels management funding by $2,000,000. Reduces funding to capital improvements and maintenance by $3,000,000.

McCarthy (R-CA) - Amendment No. 160 - Increases and decreases funding by $13.05 million in the National Forest System account to support recovery and mitigation work following the SQF Complex Fire in the Sequoia National Forest.

McKinley (R-WV) - Amendment No. 162 - Increases and decreases funding for capitalization grants under Drinking Water State Revolving Funds by $8,804,000 to emphasize an amount to be used

Nadler (D-NY), Malliotakis (R-NY), Garbarino (R-NY), Delgado (D-NY), Rice, Kathleen (D-NY), Velázquez (D-NY), Maloney, Carolyn (D-NY), Torres, Ritchie (D-NY), Higgins, Brian (D-NY), Zeldin (R-NY), Maloney, Sean (D-NY), Meeks (D-NY), Espaillat (D-NY), Meng (D-NY), Jones, Mondaire (D-NY), Tenney, Claudia (R-NY) - Amendment No. 164 - Decreases and increases funds by $3,000,000 with the intent to support the 9/11 Memorial Act Grant Program.

Napolitano (D-CA), Gibbs (R-OH) - Amendment No. 165 - Increases and decreases funds by $2 million for EPA Environmental Programs and Management to support water quality protection integrated planning activities under Section 402(s) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (33 U.S.C. 1342(s))

Neguse (D-CO), DeFazio (D-OR), Schrader (D-OR) - Amendment No. 166 - Increases funding for Wildland Fire Management accounts at DOI and USDA by $2 million and decreases funding for the DOI Office of the Secretary Departmental Operations by the same amount, to support fire preparedness and suppression, fire science and research, emergency rehabilitation, fuels management activities, and rural fire assistance.

O'Halleran (D-AZ) - Amendment No. 169 - Increases and decreases funding for the Bureau of Indian Education - Education Construction account by $5,000,000 to highlight the importance of funding to build and improve schools on tribal lands.

Raskin (D-MD) - Amendment No. 174 - Increases funding for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by $2,000,000 and decreases the Working Capital Fund by the same amount.

Salazar (R-FL), DelBene (D-WA), Mast (R-FL), Bilirakis (R-FL), Gimenez (R-FL), Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Waltz (R-FL), Hinson (R-IA) - Amendment No. 176 - Increases and decreases funds by $5 million to highlight the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Land Level Change (NLLC) Map to allow USGS to move forward with a ground subsidence program which will leverage satellite imagery and the related data, services, and expertise from surveying, mapping, and geospatial professions.

Schrier (D-WA) - Amendment No. 177 - Increases funding by $2,000,000 for the Office of Wildland Fire for the specific purpose of the Wildland Fire Leadership Council providing recommendations on addressing interjurisdictional fire reimbursement challenges, including the barriers small municipalities face in receiving funds. Decreases funding for the Secretary of the Interior, Departmental Operations, by the same amount.

Schweikert (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 178 - Increases and decreases funding by $1 million to highlight advances in sensor technology for mobile air quality monitoring and to encourage EPA to focus on continuing to integrate this technology into their data quality information.

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 179 - Provides an additional $2,000,000 for the United States Geological Survey to be used to perform surveys, investigations, and research for harmful algal blooms, offset with a reduction to DOI Office of the Secretary.

Slotkin (D-MI) - Amendment No. 180 - Increases and decreases funding for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by $1,000,000 to ensure that the Museum can continue to support Holocaust education and understanding in state and local communities by developing and disseminating curricula, lesson plans, workshops, and other educational resources to other Holocaust organizations, teachers, and other educational centers

Swalwell (D-CA), Gonzalez, Vicente (D-TX), Reschenthaler (R-PA) - Amendment No. 183 - Increases funding for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) by $2,000,000 and decreases funding for the Secretary of the Interior, Departmental Operations, by the same amount. Funds would be used to ensure all of the work is done by USGS on critical minerals that is directed by Section 7002 of the Energy Act of 2020, Division Z of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, which includes developing and publishing a list of critical minerals, coordinating with the Department of Energy to establish and operate a Critical Materials Information Portal, and working with the Department of Labor on workforce issues relating to critical minerals.

Walberg (R-MI), Meijer (R-MI), Huizenga (R-MI), McClain (R-MI), Moolenaar (R-MI) - Amendment No. 184 - Increases funding for EPA’s Science and Technology program by $2 million for research on Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and toxins resulting from harmful algal blooms and decreases funding for the Office of the Secretary by $2 million.

Barr (R-KY) - Amendment No. 186 - Transfers $5,000,000 from the VHA’s Medical Community of Care Account to the VHA’s Medical Services account for the explicit use of equine assisted therapy within the VA’s Adaptive Sports Grant (ASG) Program

Buchanan (R-FL), Connolly (D-VA) - Amendment No. 187 - Transfers $2,000,000 to Medical and Prosthetic Research for the Department of Veterans Affairs to study and report to Congress on the deaths of veterans who died by suicide during the last five years; a comprehensive list of prescribed medications and legal or illegal substances as annotated on toxicology reports of such veterans; a summary of medical diagnoses by physicians of the Department of Veterans Affairs or physicians providing services to veterans through programs of the Department that led to the prescribing of medications; and any additional relevant information. Offset by a reduction to Veterans Benefits Administration General Operating Expenses

Carbajal (D-CA) - Amendment No. 188 - Increases and decreases funding by $5,000,000 with the intent to direct the Secretary to change the phone system to have local Community Based Outpatient Centers answer calls rather than routing calls to the major VA Medical Centers in an effort to reduce wait times for veterans on the phone and to provide more timely health services

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 189 - Increases and decreases funding to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text

Green, Mark (R-TN) - Amendment No. 190 - Increases and decreases funding for Army barracks by $90,200,000 to stress that improving housing for our military service members must be a top priority for the Department of Defense

Hartzler (R-MO) - Amendment No. 192 - Increases and decreases by $5 million the Veterans Health Administration Medical Services account with the intent to support non-profit post traumatic growth organizations as a treatment for PostTraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Hill, French (R-AR) - Amendment No. 193 - Increases the VA's Office of General Counsel by $1 million to support training for state-level Veteran Service Officers, offset by a decrease to Information Technology Systems pay and associated costs

Horsford (D-NV) - Amendment No. 194 - Increases and decreases funding by $2,000,000 for Military Construction, Air Force with the intent to support the study, planning, design, and architect and engineer services for the construction of Child Development Centers at Air Force installations without an existing dedicated, on-installation facility

Horsford (D-NV) - Amendment No. 195 - Increases and decreases funding by $5,000,000 for Military Construction, Army National Guard with the intent to support the construction of automated multipurpose machine gun ranges for Army National Guard use on Active-Duty Air Force installations

Latta (R-OH), Rice, Kathleen (D-NY) - Amendment No. 196 - Increases and decreases funding by $1,000,000 with the intent to urge the Department of Veterans Affairs to consult with the Department of Defense to identify, and refer for recruitment, separating Members of the Armed Forces who occupy a health care position

McCarthy (R-CA), Bost (R-IL), Miller-Meeks (R-IA), Khanna (D-CA) - Amendment No. 197 - Increases and decreases funding by $45 million in the Readjustment Benefits account (Division F) to support full funding at the current authorized level for the Veteran Employment Through Technology Education Courses (VET TEC) program

Panetta (D-CA) - Amendment No. 198 - Increases and decreases funding by $4,000,000 for Military Construction, Army National Guard with the intent to support barrack improvement construction projects on Training Installation and Contingency Mobilization Force Generation Installations

Panetta (D-CA) - Amendment No. 199 - Increases and decreases funding by $1,000,000 for Military Construction, Army National Guard with the intent to support projects on military installations to improve and modernize wastewater treatment facilities

Pfluger (R-TX), Veasey (D-TX) - Amendment No. 200 - Decreases and increases funding for Air Force MILCON account by $45,000,000 to support for dormitory projects at Air Force training installations

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 201 - Increases and decreases funding for Medical Services within the Department of Veterans Affairs by $10,000,000 to support the construction of nine additional Vet Centers, which provide much-needed mental health care for veterans

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 202 - Increases funding for the Burn Pits Center of Excellence, which does critical research into toxic exposure, by $1,000,000, offset by a decrease to VA General Administration

Speier (D-CA), Jacobs, Sara (D-CA), Escobar (D-TX), Houlahan (D-PA), Kim (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 203 -Increases and decreases funding in Army Military Construction by $15 billion with the intent to express great displeasure with the Defense Department’s failure to prioritize fixing poor and failing military child development center facilities projects in its budget request and its failure to request sufficient funds to be on track to modernize all substandard barracks within 10 years, as well as appreciation to the Appropriations Committee for providing funding for several barracks and child care facilities projects on the services’ unfunded priorities lists

Steil (R-WI) - Amendment No. 204 - Decreases and increases the Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General account by $1 million to express Congressional intent that at least $1 million be provided for the oversight of veteran long term care facilities

Adams (D-NC) - Amendment No. 205 - Decreases by $2 million the HUD Administrative Support Offices (Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration) and increases by $2 million Self-Sufficiency Programs ($1 million to Jobs Plus and Resident Opportunity Self-Sufficiency [ROSS] respectively)

Allred (D-TX), Taylor (R-TX), Gonzalez, Vicente (D-TX), Gottheimer (D-NJ), Burgess (R-TX), Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 206 - Increases and decreases funds by $1,000,000 to express the intent that the Secretary of Transportation shall waive repayment of any Federal-aid highway funds expended on the construction of high occupancy vehicle lanes constructed on US 75 in Dallas County and Collin County, if the State of Texas presents the Secretary with its determination that such high occupancy vehicle lanes are not in the public interest

Cicilline (D-RI), Pappas (D-NH), Graves, Garret (R-LA) - Amendment No. 209 - Increases and decreases by $55 million the Highway Infrastructure Programs account for the purpose of encouraging the Secretary of Transportation to issue a request for nominations under the National Scenic Byways Program

Kahele (D-HI), Ferguson (R-GA), Davis, Rodney (R-IL), Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Bergman (R-MI) - Amendment No. 223 - Prohibits funding for the new foreign air carrier permits that are not in compliance with public interest standards

Maloney, Sean (D-NY) - Amendment No. 224 - Increases and decreases funds by $2,000,000 with the intent of reserving funds in the HUD SHOP account specifically for providing grants to facilitate the abatement and removal of environmental hazards in homes being rehabilitated to national and and regional organizations and consortia that have experience in providing for or facilitating the abatement of environmental hazards from homes

Norton (D-DC), Quigley (D-IL), Beyer (D-VA), Khanna (D-CA), Maloney, Carolyn (D-NY), Peters (D-CA), Wilson, Frederica (D-FL), Panetta (D-CA), Lynch (D-MA), Lieu (D-CA), Moulton (D-MA), Raskin (D-MD), Sherman (D-CA), Smith, Adam (D-WA), Chu (D-CA), Scott, David (D-GA), Jayapal (D-WA), Connolly (D-VA), Levin, Mike (D-CA), Rice, Kathleen (D-NY), Gallego (D-AZ) - Amendment No. 225 - Increases and decreases by $1 the FAA Operations budget with the intent to urge the FAA to prioritize efforts to combat airplane and helicopter noise

Schrier (D-WA) - Amendment No. 227 - Increases and decreases by $1 the Salaries and Expenses budget of the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) with the intent to urge FMC to enhance assistance provided to U.S. exporters and importers and other domestic supply chain participants

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 228 - Increases and decreases funding for Amtrak's Northeast Corridor by $5 million, in order to highlight the critical need for rail project financing
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En Bloc #6
Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 114 - Increases and decreases funding to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text

Gomez (D-CA) - Amendment No. 115 - Increases and decreases by $1,000,000 funding for the Community Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Matching Grants Program with the intent to ensure greater support is available to help people in underserved communities claim the enhanced Child Tax Credit, Earned Income Tax Credit, and other tax relief provided by the American Rescue Plan Act

Hoyer (D-MD) - Amendment No. 124 - Increases and decreases the Election Security Grants account by $4,000,000 with the intent to support the Help America Vote College Poll Worker Program

Jayapal (D-WA), Bush, Cori (D-MO) - Amendment No. 127 - Increases and decreases funding for the IRS by $1,000,000,000 with the intent to ensure the agency reviews that flagged suspicious activity for credit mailings like economic impact payments or the child tax credit are not flagged due to the volume of mailings being sent to a homeless service providers, like shelters, receiving mail for unhoused individuals

Levin, Andy (D-MI) - Amendment No. 130 - Increases and decreases by $1 million funding for the United States Postal Service to highlight that a mailbox should not be installed within the premises of or in close proximity to a facility, factory, warehouse, or other work location during, or within 30 days, of a union representation election conducted under section 9 of the National Labor Relation Act (29 U.S.C. 159)

McGovern (D-MA), Schakowsky (D-IL), Panetta (D-CA), Kim (D-NJ), Torres, Norma (D-CA), Sablan (D-MP), Lee, Barbara (D-CA), Pingree (D-ME), Scanlon (D-PA), Radewagen (D-AS), Perlmutter (D-CO), Morelle (D-NY), DeSaulnier (D-CA), Ross (D-NC), Moore (D-WI), Raskin (D-MD), Hayes (D-CT), GonzálezColón, Jenniffer (R-PR), San Nicolas (D-GU), Plaskett (D-VI), Adams (D-NC), Neguse (D-CO), Bonamici (D-OR), Matsui (D-CA), Blumenauer (D-OR) - Amendment No. 132 - Transfers $2,500,000 to OMB for the purpose of convening a White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, Hunger and Health, and for the purpose of conducting a government-wide review and report in preparation for the Conference. Offset by a reduction to GSA - Basic Repairs and Alterations

Norton (D-DC) - Amendment No. 133 - Prohibits the Securities and Exchange Commission from using funds to enter directly into leases for a headquarters

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 134 - Increases and decreases funds at the Office of Macroeconomic Analysis (under the Office of Economic Policy) by $1 million with the intent of studying the Genuine Progress Indicator and other alternative economic measures that could help supplement GDP calculations on the federal level

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 135 - Increases and decreases funds at FinCEN by $1,000,000 to support studying access to remittances to fragile countries and how shifts in remittance flows to non-banking channels is affecting Treasury’s ability to monitor financial crimes and money transmitters’ and charities’ abilities to remit or transfer funds from the United States to such countries

Blumenauer (D-OR) - Amendment No.143 - Increases Bureau of Indian Affairs' Operation of Indian Programs account by $1,200,000 to fully fund the operations and maintenance needs of the Columbia River In-Lieu and Treaty Fishing Access Sites offset with a decrease to DOI Office of the Secretary - Departmental Operations

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 149 - Increases and decreases funding to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text.

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 157 - Increases and decreases funding for Environmental Programs and Management by $5 million to highlight the need to support culturally competent federal, state, and local public health and environmental protection efforts to address cancer clusters impacting overburdened communities in the gulf coast region.

McNerney (D-CA) - Amendment No. 163 - Increases and decreases by $15,000,000 the Department of Interior’s United States Geological Survey (USGS) budget for the purposes of emphasizing the role of USGS in providing technical assistance in the development and implementation of science based, sustainable groundwater management plans, especially in drought-afflicted areas.

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 170 - Increases and decreases funds by $1,000,000 to ensure the NEA reserves grant funding for the preservation of public art related to civil rights protests

Ross (D-NC), Tonko (D-NY) - Amendment No. 175 - Prohibits the use of funds to implement the withdrawal of certain areas of the outer continental shelf from offshore wind leasing activities off the coasts of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.

Speier (D-CA), McNerney (D-CA), Eshoo (D-CA) - Amendment No. 181 - Increases funding for EPA Geographic Programs by $5 million with the intent of increasing funding for the San Francisco Bay estuary from $25 million to $30 million. Funding would be used for habitat restoration, endangered species recovery, and adaptation to climate change.

Strickland (D-WA), Kilmer (D-WA), Schrier (D-WA) - Amendment No. 182 - Decreases and increases funding in the Environmental Protection Agency Science and Technology Account by $1 million to fund research into 6PPD-quinone, the toxic chemical in tires and recycled rubber causing ongoing harm to coho salmon in the Pacific Northwest, and to study its effects on other fish species

Bush, Cori (D-MO) - Amendment No. 207 - Transfers $2.4 million from the Office of the Secretary at the Department of Transportation to the Zero Emissions Bus program

Bush, Cori (D-MO), Jayapal (D-WA) - Amendment No. 208 - Provides an additional $5 million in funding for the HUD incremental voucher program to support survivors of domestic violence and unhoused individuals and families. Reduces administrative and other expenses of public housing agencies in administrating section 8 by $5 million

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 210 - Increases and decreases the grants-in-aid for airports program to emphasize the need for funding to projects addressing climate change and airports across the country

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 211 - Increases funding for the Low-No Emission Bus Grant account to ensure economically disadvantaged communities benefit from this program

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 212 - Increases funding for the Climate Resilience and Adaptation Competitive Grants account to ensure economically disadvantaged communities will benefit from this program

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 213 - Increases and decreases funding to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 214 - Increases and decreases by $1,000,000 the Federal Highway Administration obligation limitation account to emphasize the importance of federal money not being used for the construction of an artificial wall between mile posts 1.04 and 1.45 along Interstate 80 in Knowlton and Hardwick Townships, New Jersey

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 216 - Prohibits the Department of Transportation from using funds for Section 106 Transportation construction projects in urban areas that have not been determined to meet the statutory obligations of the National Historic Preservation Act

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 217 - Increases by $1,000,000 the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity to address the fairness in the use of Community Development Block Grant Disaster funding to repair or replace single family homes damaged during Hurricane Harvey to ensure that multigenerational homes can house the family at documented pre-disaster capacity, offset by a decrease to the Office of Community Planning and Development

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 218 - Provides $1,000,000 in assistance to address challenges faced by communities impacted by persistent poverty and are not included in decision making when major highway construction threatens their homes, businesses, and culturally significant structures. Offset by a reduction to DOT Office of the Secretary

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 219 - Increases and decreases by $1 million the Federal Rail Administration Safety and Operation's account to emphasize the need to provide dedicated funding to address community engagement on safety issues related railroad crossings in urban areas

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 220 - Increases and decreases the National Infrastructure Investments account by $1,000,000 to emphasize support for urban bicycle and pedestrian safety programs

Jayapal (D-WA), Bush, Cori (D-MO), Pressley (D-MA) - Amendment No. 221 - Increases and decreases Homeless Assistance Grants account by $3,420,000,000 with the intent to clarify that funds provided under the division can be used to safeguard or protect the life-sustaining activities of sleeping, resting, and eating among persons experiencing unsheltered homelessness

Jones, Mondaire (D-NY) - Amendment No. 222 - Increases and decreases funding by $1,000,000 for the Thriving Communities program to emphasize the need to eliminate persistent transportation barriers in historically underserved and under-resourced communities and support prioritizing projects that enhance connections to places of employment and economic activity

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 226 - Increases and decreases funds at the Office of Manufactured Housing Programs for the purposes of studying the COVID-related economic barriers faced by manufactured homeowners and how federal housing assistance could better serve this population
Vote Requested Y N



Vote Series IV

Democrat Ryan (D-OH) En Bloc #1
Y    220 N    207

Republican Ryan (D-OH) En Bloc #3
Y    180 N    243
 
Republican Motion to Recommit on H.R. 4346 - Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2022
Y    202 N    218
 
Passage of H.R. 4346 - Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2022
Y    215 N    207
 
Republican Lee (D-CA) En Bloc #2
Y    202 N    217
 
Democrat Lee (D-CA) En Bloc #3
Y    217 N    200
 
Republican Motion to Recommit on H.R. 4373 - Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2022
Y    207 N    217
 
Passage of H.R. 4373 - Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2022
Y    217 N    212
 

Thursday: No Morning Hour
10:00 a.m. for Legislative Business

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

Weekly Schedule

MONDAY, JULY 26
The House will meet at 12:00 p.m. for morning hour and 2:00 p.m. for legislative business. Votes will be postponed until 6:30 p.m.

Legislation Considered Under Suspension of the Rules:
1) S. 848 - Consider Teachers Act of 2021 (Sponsored by Sen. Mike Braun / Education and Labor Committee)

2) S. 1828
- HAVANA Act of 2021 (Sponsored by Sen. Susan Collins / Foreign Affairs Committee)

3) H.R. 2278
- To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to designate the September 11th National Memorial Trail, and for other purposes, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Gerry Connolly / Natural Resources Committee)

4) H.R. 1029
- Free Veterans from Fees Act (Sponsored by Rep. Greg Steube / Natural Resources Committee)

5) H.R. 1154
- Great Dismal Swamp National Heritage Area Act (Sponsored by Rep. Donald McEachin / Natural Resources Committee)

6) H.R. 1664
- To authorize the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation to establish a commemorative work in the District of Columbia and its environs, and for other purposes, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Marc Veasey / Natural
Resources Committee)

7) H.R. 2365
- Gold Star Mothers Family Monument Extension Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Andy Kim / Natural Resources Committee)

8) H.R. 2497
- Amache National Historical Site Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Joe Neguse / Natural Resources Committee)

9) H.R. 4300
- Alexander Lofgren VIP Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks / Natural Resources Committee)

10) S. 325 – To amend the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act to extend the deadline for a report by the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children, and for other purposes (Sen. Lisa Murkowski – Natural Resources Committee)

11) H.R. 2485
- Access to Congressionally Mandated Reports Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Mike Quigley / Oversight and Reform Committee)

12) S. 272
- Congressional Budget Justification Transparency Act of 2021 (Sponsored by Sen. Gary Peters / Oversight and Reform Committee)

13) H.R. 3533
- To establish occupational series for Federal positions in software development, software engineering, data science, and data management, and for other purposes, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Jay Obernolte / Oversight and Reform Committee)

14) H.R. 3599
- Federal Rotational Cyber Workforce Program Act of 2021, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Ro Khanna / Oversight and Reform Committee)

15) H.R. 1204
- District of Columbia Chief Financial Officer Home Rule Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton / Oversight and Reform Committee)

16) H.R. 978
- Chai Suthammanont Remembrance Act of 2021, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Gerry Connolly / Oversight and Reform Committee)

17) H.R. 2617
- Performance Enhancement Reform Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Gerry Connolly / Oversight and Reform Committee)

18) S. 2382
- To authorize the National Cyber Director to accept details from other elements of the Federal Government on nonreimbursable basis, and for other purposes (Sponsored by Sen. Rob Portman / Oversight and Reform Committee)

19) S. 957
- To direct the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to ensure that certain medical facilities of the Department of Veterans Affairs have physical locations for the disposal of controlled substances medications (Sponsored by Sen. John Kennedy / Veterans' Affairs Committee)

20) S. 1910
- Major Medical Facility Authorization Act of 2021 (Sponsored by Sen. Jon Tester / Veterans' Affairs Committee)

TUESDAY, JULY 27TH AND THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK
On Tuesday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for morning hour and 12:00 p.m. for legislative business.

On Wednesday, the House will meet at 11:00 a.m. for legislative business.

On Thursday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for legislative business.

On Friday, the House will meet at 9:00 a.m. for legislative business.

H.R. 4502 - Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, Agriculture, Rural Development, Energy and Water Development, Financial Services and General Government, Interior, Environment, Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Act, 2022 (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Rosa DeLauro / Appropriations Committee)

Possible Consideration of H.R. 4346 - Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2022 (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Tim Ryan / Appropriations Committee)

Possible Consideration of H.R. 4373
- Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2022 (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Barbara Lee / Appropriations Committee)

Possible Consideration of H.R. 4505
- Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2022 (Subject to a Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Matt Cartwright / Appropriations Committee)

Additional Legislative Items Are Possible

Floor Wrap Up

WEDNESDAY JULY 28, 2021

SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS


Motion to Adjourn - REJECTED 197 - 225, ROLL CALL 231
Republican YEA – 197; NAY – 7
Democrat YEA – 0; NAY – 218


Ordering the Previous Question on H.Res. 567 - The rule providing for consideration of H.R. 4505 - Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2022, and of the bill H.R. 4373 - Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2022, and of the bill H.R. 4346 - Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2022 - PASSED 217 - 208, ROLL CALL 232
Republican YEA – 0; NAY – 208
Democrat YEA – 217; NAY – 0


Adoption of H. Res. 567 - The rule providing for consideration of H.R. 4505 - Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2022, and of the bill H.R. 4373 - Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2022, and of the bill H.R. 4346 - Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2022 - ADOPTED 217 - 208, ROLL CALL 233
Republican YEA – 0; NAY – 205
Democrat YEA – 217; NAY – 3


Table Motion to Reconsider - ADOPTED 201 - 192, ROLL CALL 234
Republican YEA – 1; NAY – 190
Democrat YEA – 200; NAY – 2


Motion to Adjourn II - REJECTED 174 - 216, ROLL CALL 235
Republican YEA – 174; NAY – 16
Democrat YEA – 0; NAY – 200


Amendments to H.R. 4373 - Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2022:
Lee (D-CA) En Bloc #1

Bowman (D-NY) - Amendment No. 1 - Increases and decreases $5 million in funding for the Development Assistance Fund to express support for development assistance to the Caribbean

Bowman (D-NY), Malinowski (D-NJ), Nadler (D-NY) - Amendment No. 2 - Increases and decreases funding by $1 million for the Economic Support Fund, which funds the Nita M. Lowey Partnership for Peace Act, to express support for diplomatic efforts

Boyle (D-PA) - Amendment No. 3 - Decreases and increases the Economic Support Fund by $1,500,000 to express an urgency for bilateral and international efforts to promote peace in the North of Ireland by way of the Implementation of Public Law 99-415 and subsequently the International Fund for Ireland (IFI)

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 8 - Increases funding for the Central America Regional Program account by $1,500,000 million to combat crime, corruption, impunity; advance human rights, and hold partner governments accountable in the region

Grijalva (D-AZ) - Amendment No. 11 - Increases and decreases the salaries and expenses account within the International Boundary and Water Commission budget by $4 million to clarify responsibility for the maintenance and operations of the International Outfall Interceptor

Hill, French (R-AR), Deutch (D-FL) - Amendment No. 14 - Increases Diplomatic Policy and Support by $2 million intended for the Office of the Special Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs offset by a decrease to the Capital Investment Fund

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 15 - Increases by $1,000,000 and decreases by $1,000,000 the Global Health Programs account to highlight and support the fight against the practice of Female Genital Mutilation

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 16 - Increases by $1,000,000 and decreases by $1,000,000 to combat the trafficking of endangered species

Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 17 - Increases and decreases the Global Health Programs fund by $1,000,000 to express the intent to have USAID provide unused vaccines that would otherwise be destroyed to countries in need around the world

Kim (D-NJ), Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 19 - Increases the Economic Support Fund by $8,000,000 for the purposes of protecting Afghan professors and researchers through the Scholar Rescue program, offset by an equal reduction to Development Assistance

Lesko (R-AZ) - Amendment No. 20 - Increases and decreases funding to encourage education and public understanding about the Semele Massacre of 1933 and its relevance to modern-day crimes against humanity

Malinowski (D-NJ), Gallagher (D-WI) - Amendment No. 22 - Increases funding for countersurveillance programs of the Open Technology Fund by $5 million and offsets with a decrease of $5 million from the Capital Investment Fund account

Manning (D-NC), Houlahan (D-PA), Sires (D-NJ), Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 23 - Increases and decreases funding for consular and border security programs by $100,000,000 to express the intent that additional funding for consular and border security programs be used to address the delays in passport services

Pallone (D-NJ), Valadao (R-CA), Sherman (D-CA), Chu (D-CA), Speier (D-CA), Schiff (D-CA), Eshoo (D-CA), Costa (D-CA), Cárdenas (D-CA), Nunes (R-CA), Levin, Andy (D-MI), Langevin (D-RI), Titus (D-NV), Cicilline (D-RI), Lofgren (D-CA), Bilirakis (R-FL), Sánchez (D-CA), Krishnamoorthi (D-IL), Huffman (D-CA), Jackson Lee (D-TX) - Amendment No. 27 - Withholds all International Military Education and Training (IMET) and Foreign Military Financing (FMF) Program funding for Azerbaijan

Spanberger (D-VA), Schiff (D-CA) - Amendment No. 32 - Increases and decreases the Diplomatic Policy and Support fund by $1,000,000 to express concern about reports of adverse and anomalous health incidents (also referred to as Havana Syndrome) affecting United States government personnel abroad, to express support for a thorough interagency response, to call upon the Department of State to ensure all affected personnel receive prompt and appropriate care, and to urge the administration to share details on the origins and handling of these incidents with all relevant stakeholders in Congress, particularly the House Foreign Affairs Committee

Speier (D-CA) - Amendment No. 33 - Increases and decreases funds for Migration and Refugee Assistance by $1,000,000 to draw attention to the urgent need to provide humanitarian and immigration relief to vulnerable populations in Afghanistan, including human rights defenders, peace negotiators and other officials, civil society, individuals who helped U.S. forces, and women at risk of genderbased violence in Taliban-controlled areas and elsewhere

Tiffany, Thomas (R-WI), Chabot (R-OH), Perry (R-PA), Cammack, Kat (R-FL), Gallagher (R-WI) - Amendment No. 35 - Prohibits the expenditure of funds to create, procure or display any map that depicts Taiwan as part of the People's Republic of China

Torres, Norma (D-CA) - Amendment No. 36 - Strikes the exemption for the Attorney Generals of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras to meet governance, anti-corruption, and rule of law criteria to receive funding. Ensures these Attorney Generals must meet the standard anti-corruption criteria to receive U.S. funding - ADOPTED BY VOICE


Lee (D-CA) En Bloc #2
Cloud (R-TX) - Amendment No. 4 - Prohibits taxpayer dollars from going towards for United States membership in or contributions to the World Health Organization

Grothman (R-WI) - Amendment No. 12 - Reduces funding for Contributions to International Organizations by $307,592,800

Hill, French (R-AR) - Amendment No. 13 - Preserves statutory requirement for Congress to authorize loans to the International Monetary Fund by striking a waiver of Section 5(f) of the Bretton Woods Agreements Act

Luetkemeyer (R-MO) - Amendment No. 21 - Prohibits federal contributions to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC), and the Green Climate Fund (GCF), which advise governments around the world on climate change

Miller (R-WV), Smith, Christopher (R-NJ), Banks (R-IN), Babin (R-TX), Norman (R-SC), Duncan (R-SC), Grothman (R-WI), Lamborn (R-CO), LaMalfa (R-CA), Kelly, Mike (R-PA), Aderholt (R-AL), Cole (R-OK), Clyde (R-GA), Johnson, Bill (R-OH), Lesko (R-AZ), Letlow, Julia (R-LA), Guest (R-MS), Estes (R-KS), McClain (R-MI), Cline (R-VA), Reschenthaler (R-PA), Perry (R-PA), Fallon (R-TX), Jackson, Ronny (R-TX), Granger (R-TX), Steube (R-FL), Posey (R-FL), Cammack, Kat (R-FL) - Amendment No. 24 - Strikes the proviso in the bill that states that no less than $760 million shall be made available for family planning and reproductive health

Roy (R-TX), Lamborn (R-CO), Good (R-VA), Grothman R-(WI), Scott, Austin (R-GA), Babin (R-TX), Smith, Christopher R-(NJ), Mooney (R-WV), Banks (R-IN), Duncan (R-SC), Boebert, Lauren (R-CO), Latta (R-OH), Aderholt (R-AL), Kelly, Mike (R-PA), Clyde (R-GA), Rose, John (R-TN), Lesko (R-AZ), Guest (R-MS), Cline (R-VA), Cole (R-OK), Reschenthaler (R-PA), Perry (R-PA), Budd (R-NC), Johnson, Bill (R-OH), Biggs (R-AZ), Posey (R-FL), Cammack, Kat (R-FL), LaMalfa (R-CA), Miller-Meeks (R-IA) - Amendment No. 29 - Eliminates funding for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

Tenney, Claudia (R-NY) - Amendment No. 34 - Restores the statutory 25% cap on U.S. contributions to UN peacekeeping through the CIPA account - REJECTED 202 - 217, ROLL CALL 240
Republican YEA – 202; NAY – 2
Democrat YEA – 0; NAY – 215


Lee (D-CA) En Bloc #3

Dingell (D-MI) - Amendment No. 5 - Increases and decreases funds in the Department of State Administrative Account by $1,000,000 to highlight opposition to U.S. political or diplomatic support for the Saudi blockade of Yemen

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 6 - Increases funding for the clean technology fund by $1,500,000 to continue providing resources to increase low carbon technologies. Offsets the amendment with a $2 million cut to the administrative expenses account

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 7 - Increases funding for the Refugee and Migration Assistance Fund by $1,500,000 to support response to smallscale emergency humanitarian requirements

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 9 - Increases funding for the International Boundary & Water Commission construction account by $1,000,000 to support levee construction and certification along the Rio Grande. Offsets the amendment by reducing the International Boundary & Water Commission salaries and expenses account by $1,000,000

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 10 - Increases and decreases funding to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text

Jacobs, Sara (D-CA), Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 18 - Increases and decreases the Peacekeeping Operations account by $10,000,000

OcasioCortez (D-NY) Amendment No. 25 - Increases and decreases funds in the Department of State Administrative Account by $1,000,000 to highlight the need for stronger congressional oversight, robust human rights measures, and transparency in U.S. arms sales to countries such as Saudi Arabia

Omar (D-MN) - Amendment No. 26 - Transfers $5 million from Foreign Military Financing to Development Assistance

Phillips (D-MN), Malinowski (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 28 - Decreases and increases the overseas programs account by $2,000,000 for the purposes of supporting the planning of the FY2025 Osaka Expo

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 30 - Increases and decreases the Democracy Programs account by $10 million to emphasize the importance of supporting international democratic norms and peaceful transitions of power

Sherrill (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 31 - Increases and decreases the Diplomatic Programs account by $10 million to emphasize the need for State department to support efforts to establish clear international norms on state-sponsored, criminal, and commercial cyber activities that prioritize human rights, individual privacy, and consumer protections - ADOPTED 217 - 200, ROLL CALL 241
Republican YEA – 0; NAY – 199
Democrat YEA – 217; NAY – 1


Republican Motion to Recommit on H.R. 4373 - REJECTED 207 - 217, ROLL CALL 242
Republican YEA – 207; NAY – 1
Democrat YEA – 0; NAY – 216

Passage of H.R. 4373 - Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2022 - PASSED 217 - 212, ROLL CALL 243
Republican YEA – 0; NAY – 209
Democrat YEA – 217; NAY – 3

Amendments to H.R. 4346 - Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2022:
Ryan (D-OH) En Bloc#1
Bowman (D-NY) - Amendment No. 1 - Increases funding by $250,000 for the Library of Congress, which can partner with HBCU's, Hispanic Serving Institutions, other Minority Serving Institutions, and community colleges to form fellowship opportunities and curriculum program associations. Offsets the increase by decreasing $250,000 from Capital Construction and Operations

Bowman (D-NY) - Amendment No. 2 - Increases funding by $250,000 for the Office of Congressional Accessibility Services, with the intent of supporting translation services for official communication materials on behalf of constituents with Limited English Proficiency. Offsets the increase by decreasing $250,000 from the Capital Construction and Operations

Escobar (D-TX) - Amendment No. 3 -Increases and decreases funding to make clear that States must disburse all funds under this division in accordance with Congressional intent and not for purposes not otherwise outlined in the corresponding report and bill text

Foster (D-IL), Casten (D-IL), Takano (D-CA), Beyer (D-VA) - Amendment No. 4 - Increases and decreases GAO appropriations by $6 million to support robust funding for thorough, up-to-date technical information and evaluations for Members of Congress, like those provided by the Office of Technology Assessment

Gottheimer (D-NJ) - Amendment No. 5 - Increases and decreases funds by $100,000 from the Architect of the Capitol's Capital Construction and Operations account to emphasize the importance of the installation of electric vehicle charging stations on the House Office Building grounds

Kelly, Robin (D-IL) - Amendment No. 9 - Increases and decreases funding by $4.2 million to highlight the GAO's Center for Audit Excellence and their work with Foreign Supreme Audit Institutions

Norton (D-DC) - Amendment No. 11 - Prohibits the United States Capitol Police from using funds to enforce the prohibition on the use of scooters on the United States Capitol Grounds - ADOPTED 220 - 207, ROLL CALL 236
Republican YEA – 1; NAY – 207
Democrat YEA – 219; NAY – 0


Ryan (D-OH) En Bloc #2
Graves, Garret (R-LA) - Amendment No. 6 - Increases and decreases funds by $100,000 the appropriations for the Office of the Legislative Counsel of the House to encourage the creation of a collaborative drafting program to help improve workflow between HOLC and Member Offices

Langevin (D-RI) - Amendment No. 10 - Increases funding by $3.504 million for the Capitol Grounds account with the intent that these funds be used to prioritize the removal of accessibility barriers on the Capitol Complex

Raskin (D-MD) - Amendment No. 12 - Increases and decreases funding by $100,000 for the purpose of directing the House Sergeant at Arms to conduct a study on the Capitol switchboard and telephone system in the U.S. House of Representatives and provide a report to Congress. The report should identify the current system’s technical limitations and security risks, and make detailed recommendations for improving or replacing the current system - ADOPTED BY VOICE

Ryan (D-OH) En Bloc #3
Grothman (R-WI) - Amendment No. 7 - Decreases funding to the House Office of Diversity and Inclusion by $1,500,000, to FY2021 levels

Grothman (R-WI) - Amendment No. 8 - Strikes language that will enable noncitizens who meet requirements under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy to be employed by the U.S. Congress - REJECTED 180 - 243, ROLL CALL 237
Republican YEA – 180; NAY – 26
Democrat YEA – 0; NAY – 217

Republican Motion to Recommit on H.R. 4346 - REJECTED 202 - 218, ROLL CALL 238
Republican YEA – 202; NAY – 0
Democrat YEA – 0; NAY – 218

Passage of H.R. 4346 - Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2022 - PASSED 215 - 207, ROLL CALL 239
Republican YEA – 1; NAY – 205
Democrat YEA – 215; NAY – 2