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Amendments to H.R. 3219 - Make America Secure Appropriations Act, 2018

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Washington, July 26, 2017 | comments
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Amendments are debatable for 10 minutes each unless otherwise noted. Amendments offered En Bloc are debatable for 20 minutes.

Amendments to H.R. 3219 made in order under H.Res. 473:

Amendments to Division B (Legislative Branch)


Connolly (D-VA) – Amendment No. 1 – Increases funding for the Government Accountability Office (GAO)
Rejected Voice Y    N     

Love (R-UT) – Amendment No. 2 – Expands the permissible uses of MRA funds that have been designated for Member security to include residential security systems that do not constitute structural improvements to Members’ homes.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Kildee (D-MI) – Amendment No. 3 – Increases the House Wounded Warrior Program by $250,000. This program provides wounded veterans with employment opportunities with the House of Representatives.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Perry (PA) – Amendment No. 4 – Reduces the appropriation to the Congressional Budget Office.
  Y   107 N   314
 
Griffith (R-VA) – Amendment No. 5 – Eliminates the Budget Analysis Division of the Congressional Budget Office and transfers the duties of that division to the Office of the Director of CBO.
  Y   116 N    309
 
Cicilline (D-RI) – Amendment No. 6 – Increases funds in order to provide designated baby changing stations for members of the public who visit publicly accessible buildings controlled by the Architect of the Capitol, including in both male and female publicly accessible bathrooms.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Takano (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 7 – Appropriates $2.5 million to re-institute the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), offset from funds from the Architect of the Capitol’s Capital Construction and Operations Account.
  Y   191 N   236
 
Shea-Porter (D-NH) – Amendment No. 8 – Prohibits the use of funds from Members Representational Allowances to mail any unsolicited mass mailing larger than the size of a standard US postcard.
Rejected Voice Y      N
 
Russell (R-OK) – Amendment No. 9 – Prohibits the printed distribution of the Federal Register to House offices, unless an office requests a printed copy.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Blackburn (R-TN) – Amendment No. 10 – Provides for a one percent across the board cut to the bill’s spending levels. Accounts for the Capitol Police; Architect of the Capitol-Capitol Police Buildings, Grounds and Security; and Office of the Sergeant At Arms shall not be reduced.
Not Offered Y N
 
Amendments to Division C (Military Construction and Veterans Affairs)


Bergman (R-MI) – Amendment No. 11 – Amendment reduces the Veterans Benefits Administration’s General Operating Expenses account by $30,000,000 and increases the Information Technology Systems Development, Modernization, and Enhancement account by the Same amount.
Withdrawn Y N

Dent (R-PA) En Bloc 1
Barr (R-KY)
– Amendment No. 12 – Transfers $5 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs General Administration account to the VA’s Equine Assisted Therapy Grant Program.

Kihuen (D-NV) – Amendment No. 14 – Cuts and restores funding for medical services in the Department of Veterans Affairs in order to emphasize the responsibility of the Department Veterans Affairs to provide services to veterans and maintain health care clinics in rural communities.

Beyer (D-VA) – Amendment No. 15 – Requires Vet Centers develop a program to partner with organizations that provide outdoor experiences for veterans as part of a continuum of care that helps support veterans in developing a community of support to treat combat-related injuries.

Lujan Grisham (D-NM), Lujan (D-NM) – Amendment No 16 – Prioritizes funding for hiring more doctors, nurses, and medical staff at VA medical centers.

Norcross (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 17 – Specifies $5 million of funds for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders(PTSD) research for the purpose of studying the issues affecting veterans with PTSD and an opioid dependency.

Keating (D-MA) – Amendment No. 18 – Directs the VA to create an opioid abuse healthcare kit for community healthcare providers.

Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment No. 22 – Increases the amount of funding for Supportive Services for Veterans Families by $2 million offset by a reduction of a $2.5 million in the funding for the VA's Information Technology Systems.

Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment No. 25 – Prohibits the use of funds in contravention of the U.S. Code regarding benefits for homeless veterans in training and outreach programs.

Connolly (D-VA) – Amendment No. 26 – Prohibits the use of funds for charging homeless veterans a fee to obtain a veterans identification card.
Adopted Voice Y     N

Al Green (D-TX) –
Amendment No. 13 – Increases Homeless Veteran Treatment by $70 million, and decreases General expenses account by $70 million.
Withdrawn Y N
 
Nadler (D-NY), Cicilline (D-RI) –
Amendment No. 19 – Strikes Section 512 which prohibits DOD from constructing or expanding facilities in the US to house detainees from Guantanamo Bay.
Not Offered Y N
 
Ratcliffe (R-TX), Shuster (R-PA) –
Amendment No. 20 – Prohibits funds from being used to propose, plan, or execute a new round of Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC).
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
Brat (R-VA), Titus (D-NV), Poe (R-TX), Khanna (D-CA), Mast (R-FL), Lieu (D-CA) –
Amendment No. 21 – Prohibits the Department of Veterans Affairs from spending money on a study that causes significant pain or distress to dogs. Clarifies that training programs or studies of service dogs are not included in the ban on funding.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
King (R-IA) –
Amendment No. 23Prohibits funds from being used to implement, administer, or enforce the Davis-Bacon Act
  Y   178 N   249
 
Dunn (R-FL) – Amendment No. 24 –
Prohibits funding to award bonuses to senior executive service employees within the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Not Offered Y N
 
Amendments to Division D (Energy & Water)


Bergman (R-MI) – Amendment No. 27 - Increases the Investigations account under the Army Corps of Engineers by $1,000,000 and reduces Army Corps Expenses by the same amount.
Adopted Voice Y      N

Velázquez (D-NY)
– Amendment No. 28 - Changes the number of studies from 5 to 4 where the majority of the benefits are derived from navigation transportation savings or from flood and storm damage reduction and change the number of studies from 1 to 2 where the majority of benefits are derived from environmental restoration.
Not Offered Y N

Simpson (R-ID) En Bloc 2
Lujan (D-NM), Lujan Grisham (D-NM)
– Amendment No. 29 - Provides $10 million for environmental infrastructure for authorized reimbursements for projects with executed project cooperation agreements that have completed construction or where non-federal sponsors intend to use the funds for additional water resources development activities.
 
Welch (D-VT) – Amendment No. 30 - Funds the following projects at the authorized level of $10M: section 1177 of the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act (PL 114-322) authorized efforts to construct control gates, spillways, and dam safety improvements for aging flood control reservoirs built by the Army Corps of Engineers.

Curbelo (R-FL) – Amendment No. 33 - Increases funding within the Construction account for Army Corps Environmental Infrastructure by $45,000,000 and decreases the Construction account by $45,000,000

Nolan (D-MN) – Amendment No. 34 - Increases the Army Corps’ Operation and Maintenance budget by $325,000 with the intention to provide more funding for the Aquatic Nuisance Control Research program currently funded at $675,000.

Larson, John (D-CT), Esty (D-CT) – Amendment No. 45 - Increases funding for EERE Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies program.

Takano (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 47 - Restores the Energy Innovation Hubs in the Office of Science, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, and Nuclear Energy.

DeSaulnier (D-CA) –
Amendment No. 48 - Restores $1.2 million in funding for the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program.

Stivers (R-OH) –
Amendment No. 66 - States that none of the funds made available by this division may be used for the Cape Wind Energy Project on the Outer Continental Shelf off Massachusetts, Nantucket Sound.

Gallagher (R-WI), Curbelo (R-FL) –
Amendment No. 67 - Provides $10,000,000 for ‘‘Department of Energy—Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability’’ for energy storage systems demonstrations as authorized by section 641 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 and decreases The Department of Energy-Departmental Administration by the same amount.

Brownley (D-CA), Napolitano (D-CA) –
Amendment No. 68 - States none of the funds made available by this Act may be used in contravention of section 2102 of the Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014 or section 210 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986.

Davis, Rodney (R-IL), Bustos (D-IL) –
Amendment No. 69 - Makes no funds available to the Army Corps of Engineers (Civil Works) to require an economic re-evaluation of any project authorized under title VIII of the Water Resources Development Act of 2007.

Adopted Voice Y N

Rooney, Francis (R-FL) –
Amendment No. 31 - Reduces the Energy Information Administration by $118,000,000 and increase the Corps of Engineers Construction account by the same amount.
Not Offered Y N
 
Mast (R-FL) –
Amendment No. 32 - Increases Aquatic Plant Control Research Program by $500,000.00 and aims to (1) provide science-based guidance on developing or using new technologies for managing, preventing, and monitoring aquatic invasive species; (2) improve the efficacy and diversity of available management options; (3) reduce the impacts of aquatic invasive species on federally listed (threatened and endangered) species; (4) reduce operations and maintenance costs associated with aquatic invasive species management; and (5) develop solutions regarding these species based on field needs.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Heck, Denny (D-WA)
– Amendment No. 35 - Provides funding for a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study on the extent to which the agency has used low impact development to comply with Sec. 438 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (P.L. 110-140).
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
Mitchell (R-MI) – Amendment No. 36 - Reduces by 10% the general administrative expense accounts of the USACE, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, Department of the Interior, and Department of Energy. Transfers the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.
Rejected Voice Y N     
 
Kaptur (D-OH) [on behalf of Beyer (D-VA)] – Amendment No. 37 - Strikes section 108 on page 277, line 12, which authorizes the Administrator of the EPA and the Secretary of the Army to withdraw the WOTUS rule without regard to any provision of statue or regulation that establishes a requirement for such withdrawal.
Rejected Voice Y N    

Castor (D-FL) – Amendment No. 38 - Increases DOE-Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $177 million and reduces DOE-Fossil Energy Research and Development by $355 million.
  Y   181 N   246

Norcross (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 39 - Increases the DOE-Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $161.725 million and reduces DOE-Fossil Energy Research and Development by $323.450 million.
  Y   186 N   241

Quigley (D-IL), Polis (D-CO), Lee, Barbara (D-CA), Blumenauer (D-OR), Garamendi (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 40 - Cuts $921 million from the Department of Energy nuclear weapons activities account and add $921 million to the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE).
Rejected Voice Y      N    
 
Polis (D-CO) – Amendment No. 41 - Increases funds for the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy account by $986,292,000 (to FY17 level) and decrease funds for Fossil Energy Research and Development by $634,600,000 and reduce the National Nuclear Security Administration Weapons Activities account by $352,000,000.
Rejected Voice Y N     
 
McKinley (R-WV)
– Amendment No. 42 - Increases fossil energy funding to 2017 funding levels.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Perry (R-PA) – Amendment No. 43 - Increases funding for EERE by $15,000,000 and decreases funding for Department of Energy departmental administration by $15,000,000.
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
Esty (D-CT), Rosen (D-NV)
– Amendment No. 44 - Increases DOE-Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $20 million and reduces DOE-Fossil Energy Research and Development by $40 million.
  Y   203 N   224
 
Bonamici (D-OR) – Amendment No. 46 - Increases funding for the water power program by $9 million.
Not Offered Y N

Jackson Lee (D-TX)
– Amendment No. 49 - Redirects $1 million in funding within the Departmental Administration account in order to address environmental concerns in both urban and rural settings.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Lujan Grisham (D-NM), Lujan (D-NM) – Amendment No. 50 - Prioritizes funding for the construction of facilities that NNSA needs to meet its mission.
Withdrawn Y N
 
Foster (D-IL) – Amendment No. 51 - Reduces the NNSA Weapons Account by $10,000,000 and increases the account by the same amount, to be used to fight bioterror.
Adopted Voice Y     N

Garamendi (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 52 - Reduces National Nuclear Security Administration-Weapons Activities by $118.017 million and increases Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation by the same amount.
  Y   180 N   247
 
Rosen (D-NV)
– Amendment No. 53 - Transfers to the Spending Reduction Account funding for Department of Energy disposal of defense nuclear waste, including acquisition of real property or facility construction/expansion.
Withdrawn Y N
 
Pingree (D-ME), Carbajal (D-CA), Bonamici (D-OR), Langevin (D-RI), Lowenthal (D-CA), Cicilline (D-RI), Schneider (D-IL) – Amendment No. 54 - Strikes Sec. 505 which prohibits funds from being used for further implementation of the National Ocean Policy.

Y   192 N   235
 
Kihuen (D-NV), Rosen (D-NV), Titus (D-NV) – Amendment No. 55 - Strikes language that would prohibit closure of the Yucca Mountain project.
Rejected Voice Y N     
 
Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment No. 56 - Allocates an additional $3 million for post-disaster watershed assessment studies.
  Y   234 N   192
 
Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment No. 57 - Allocates an additional $100 million for Army Corps of Engineers construction projects related to flood control.
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment No. 58 - Prohibits use of funds in contravention of the Department of Energy Organization Act and addresses the need to increase programs that educate minorities in science, technology, engineering and math.
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
Gosar (R-AZ)
– Amendment No. 59 - Prohibits the use of funds to prepare, propose, or promulgate any regulation or guidance related to the social cost of carbon.
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
DelBene (D-WA), Hunter (R-CA)
– Amendment No. 60 - Ensures the Army Corps of Engineers is using taxpayer dollars on American-made anchor chain.
Withdrawn Y N
 
Burgess (R-TX)
– Amendment No. 61 - States that limitation amendment pertaining to lightbulb energy efficiency regulations
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
Blackburn (R-TN)
– Amendment No. 62 - Provides for a one percent across the board cut to the discretionary spending levels in Division D of the bill.
  Y   140 N   285 P      1 
 
Perry (R-PA)
– Amendment No. 63 - Prohibits the use of funds to implement or enforce the final rule published by the Secretary of Energy entitled "Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Central Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps."."
  Y   177 N    248
 
Budd (R-NC), Rooney, Francis (R-FL) 
– Amendment No. 64 - Prohibits the use of funds to be used to implement, administer, or enforce the prevailing wage requirements in subchapter IV of chapter 31 of title 40, United States Code (commonly referred to as the Davis-Bacon Act).
Withdrawn Y N
 
Rooney, Francis (R-FL)
– Amendment No. 65 - Prohibits the use of funds to be used to implement or enforce Executive Order 13502 (Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction Projects).
Not Offered Y N
 
Mitchell (R-MI), Huizenga (R-MI) –
Amendment No. 70 - Ensures none of the funds in this act are used to delay the release of the USACE Great Lakes and Mississippi River Interbasin Study (GLMRIS) Brand Road Study.
Withdrawn Y N
 
Watson Coleman (D-NJ)
– Amendment No. 71 - States that no funds in this bill may be used to implement the President's Executive Order on expedited environmental review for infrastructure projects from January 24, 2017.

Not Offered Y N
 
DeSantis (R-FL)
– Amendment No. 72 - Prohibits funds from being used to pay the salary of the Director of Civil Works of the Army Corps of Engineers, which is a duplicative
Not Offered Y N


Amendments to H.R. 3219 made in order under H.Res. 478:

Amendments to Division D (Department of Defense)

Granger (R-TX) En Bloc 1
Jackson Lee (D-TX)
– Amendment No. 1 - Allocates $2 million to provide the Secretary of Defense the flexibility needed for technical assistance by U.S. military women to military women in other countries combating violence as a weapon of war, terrorism, human trafficking, narcotics trafficking.

Bridenstine (R-OK) – Amendment No. 2 - Increases Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force, by $5 million in order to continue funding for a commercial weather data pilot program. Reduces Operation and Maintenance, Army, by the same amount.

Lowenthal (D-CA), Comstock (R-VA), Ellison (D-MN), Moulton (D-MA), Tsongas (D-MA), Welch (D-VT) – Amendment No. 3 - Increases the STARBASE fifth grade youth STEM education program found in Operations and Maintenance, Defense-Wide, Civil Military Programs by $5 million, and to reduce Operations and Maintenance, Army, Other Servicewide Activities by the offsetting amount.

Collins, Chris (R-NY), Biggs (R-AZ) – Amendment No. 4 - Increases Air Force RDT&E funding to support qualification testing for next generation strategically radiation hardened microelectronic processors by reducing the Operation and Maintenance, Army account.

Mast (R-FL) –
Amendment No. 5 - Increases Navy RTD&E funds for Cost-Effective Management of Environmental Regulatory Requirements to FY17 appropriated level.

Shea-Porter (D-NH), Kuster, Ann (D-NH), Cook (R-CA), Boyle (D-PA), Keating (D-MA), Bera (D-CA), Carbajal (D-CA), Larsen, Rick (D-WA), Kildee (D-MI)
– Amendment No. 6 - Provides Department of Defense funding for a health impact study on perfluorinated chemicals, such as PFOA/PFOS, which were used by the military and have contaminated drinking water sources on and near military bases across the country.

Meehan (R-PA), Boyle (R-PA), Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Kildee (D-MI) – Amendment No. 7 - Decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Defense Wide account and increases the Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide by $10 million to allocate funds for the Secretary of Defense to enter into intergovernmental agreements to provide health screenings in communities near formerly used defense sites that have been exposed to perfluorooctanesuflonic acid and perfluorooctanoic acid.

Lance (R-NJ), Pascrell (D-NJ) – Amendment No. 9 - Allocates $100,000 in Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide for the purposes of creating a commendation program for military working dogs and their handlers.

Napolitano (D-CA), McKinley (R-WV), Lowenthal (D-CA) – Amendment No. 11 - Ensures that funding for the National Guard Youth Challenge Program and STARBASE is $194,897 million ($169,897 million for Youth ChalleNGe and $25 million for STARBASE).

Gallagher (R-WI) – Amendment No. 14 - Shifts $26.2M from defense-wide operation and maintenance to support MK-48 torpedo procurement.

Hunter (R-CA), Peters, Scott (D-CA) – Amendment No. 15 - Increases funding for the Marine Corps Procurement by $20M, offset by a $20 million reduction to the O and M, Defense-Wide account to support installation of broadband Satellite communications tech for the Marine Corps MV-22s, under the NOTM-Airborne program.

Rosen (D-NV) – Amendment No. 16 - Increases funding for Army missile technology by $6,000,000, offset by an equal decrease in Defense-wide operations and maintenance.

Wilson, Joe (R-SC) – Amendment No. 17 - Increases funding for the medical technology account within the Department of Defense.

Shuster (R-PA) – Amendment No. 18 - Provides $20 million to support Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) derived technology for undersea warfare, offset with commensurate funds from the Operation and Maintenance Account, Defense-Wide.

Soto (D-FL) – Amendment No. 19 - Increases funding for Gulf War illness research under the Defense Health Program by $1 million.

Soto (D-FL) – Amendment No. 20 - Increases funding for prostate cancer research under the Defense Health Program by $10 million.

McGovern D-(MA), McSally (R-AZ), Jones (R-NC), LoBiondo (R-NJ), Shea-Porter (D-NH)
– Amendment No. 21 - Increases funding for a program to award competitive grants to nonprofit organizations to assist such organizations in the planning, designing, establishing, or operating of programs to provide service dogs to covered members and veterans.

Nolan (D-MN) – Amendment No. 22 - Provides an additional $2 million for the Department of Defense's Lung Cancer Research Program and decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-wide account by the same amount.

Delaney (D-MD), Wagner (R-MO), Dingell (D-MI), Young, Don (R-AK)
– Amendment No. 23 - Provides for an additional $5 million for the Fisher House Foundation which is offset by an outlay neutral reduction in the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-wide account.

Knight (R-CA) – Amendment No. 24 - Adds $16 million to Aircraft Procurement, Air Force account.

Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment No. 25 - Reduces funding for Procurement, Defense-Wide, by $10 million and increases funding for Defense Health Programs by a similar amount in order to address breast cancer research.

Cheney (R-WY), Byrne (R-AL) – Amendment No. 26 - Ensures the Secretary is able to use restoration funds for missile defense requirements resulting from urgent or emergent operational needs.

Paulsen (R-MN), Lewis, Jason (R-MN) – Amendment No. 28 – Increases funding for Army Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation to assist the Army in qualifying new medium caliber ammunition rounds.

Emmer (D-MN), Bordallo (D-GU) – Amendment No. 29 – Allocates an increase of $5 million to Army RDT&E Environmental Quality and Technology for Explosive Ordnance Disposal in cooperation with the Navy for the additional targeted research to demonstrate technology capable of both remotely defeating mines threatening our Naval forces, and remotely demilitarizing underwater munitions without damaging critical habitat.

Garamendi (D-CA), LoBiondo (R-NJ)
– Amendment No. 32 – Provides $10 million for the purposes of carrying out a GPS backup technology demonstration.

Langevin (D-RI), Lieu (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 33 – Supports the Missile Defense Agency’s R&D efforts for directed energy solutions for boost phase missile defense.

Brown (D-MD), Adams (D-NC), Johnson, Hank (D-GA)
– Amendment No. 34 – Seeks a funding increase of $4.135 million to Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority Institutions with a corresponding decrease of the same amount to Advanced Innovative Analysis and
Concepts, in the Research, Development, Test & Eval, Defense-Wide section.

Courtney (D-CT), Langevin (D-RI), Wittman (R-VA)
– Amendment No. 36 – Amends Section 8010 to provide multiyear authority for up to 13 Virginia class submarines.

Palazzo (R-MS), Wittman (R-VA) – Amendment No. 37 – Strikes the limitation on a DDG-51 multiyear procurement authority of “up to 10”.

Welch (D-VT), Lee, Barbara (D-CA), Khanna (D-CA), Jones (R-NC), Walberg (R-MI)
– Amendment No. 40 – Prohibits funds from being used to procure additional uniforms for the Afghan National Army.

Delaney (D-MD) – Amendment No. 44 - Prohibits funds from being used for the closure of a BSL4 laboratory.

Conyers (D-MI), Yoho (R-FL), Khanna (D-CA)
– Amendment No. 46 - States none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to provide arms, training, or other assistance to the Azov Battalion.

Speier (D-CA) – Amendment No. 49 - Increases the Sexual Assault Special Victims' Counsel Program by $10M.

Jackson Lee (D-TX) – Amendment No. 50 - Reduces funding for Operations and Maintenance-Defense Wide, by $6.25 million and increases funding for Defense Health Care for PTSD by $5 million.

Langevin (D-RI), Conaway (R-TX), Garamendi (D-CA) – Amendment No. 52 - Supports the next phase of electromagnetic railgun development to bring the system closer to successful installation within the fleet.

Nolan (D-MN) – Amendment No. 53 - Provides an additional $6 million for the Army, Research, Development Test and Evaluation account to support the United States Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center and decreases the Afghanistan Security Forces Fund by $12 million.

Raskin (D-MD)
– Amendment No. 54 - Increases funding for the Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program by $10 million, offset by a $10 million decrease to Operation and M

Adopted Voice Y     N


Langevin (D-RI), Ratcliffe (R-TX), Correa (D-CA), Stefanik (R-NY), Lieu (D-CA), Rosen (D-NV), Shea-Porter (D-NH)
– Amendment No. 8 - Supports the reinvigoration of the DOD Cyber Scholarship Program.
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
Suozzi (D-NY), King, Peter (R-NY), Cook (R-CA) – Amendment No. 10 - Increases Environmental Restoration, Navy funding by $34,734,000 and decreases Operations and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $34,734,000.
  Y   214 N    211
 
Boyle (D-PA), Meehan (R-PA), Fitzpatrick (R-PA) – Amendment No. 12 - Increases by $30 million each the Navy Environmental Restoration Account and the Air Force Environmental Restoration Account for the purpose of remediating perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) drinking water contamination and outreach and engagement with local communities with impacted drinking water systems.
  Y   256 N   169
 
Grothman (R-WI) – Amendment No. 13 - Reduces the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-wide account by $30 million and increase the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle account by $30 million.
Adopted Voice Y      N

Kihuen (D-NV) – Amendment No. 27 - Cuts and restores $6 million of existing funds in order to emphasize the responsibility of the Department of Defense to develop low temperature cascade heat pump technology and product development for advanced environmental control systems.
Not Offered Y N
 
Langevin (D-RI), LoBiondo (R-NJ) – Amendment No. 30 – Supports the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program for environmental and mission resiliency purposes.
Not Offered Y N
 
Dunn (R-FL), Gaetz (R-FL), Rooney, Francis (R-FL), Rooney, Tom (R-FL) – Amendment No. 31 – Reduces the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force account by $30 million and increases the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force to accelerate deployment of Air Force Major Range Test Facility Base (MRTFB) open-air range capabilities in the Eastern Gulf.
Adopted Voice Y      N
 
Speier (D-CA), Shea-Porter (D-NH) – Amendment No. 35 – Specifies that $25 million appropriated for Defense Health Program research, development, test and evaluation may be used to award grants to medical researchers and universities to support research into early detection of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Rejected Voice Y      N     
 
Nadler (D-NY), Cicilline (D-RI) – Amendment No. 38 – Strikes sections 8094 and 8095 relating to the release or transfer detainees currently held at Guantanamo Bay to secure facilities in the United States and allows for funding to construct, acquire, or modify domestic facilities to host these relocated detainees.
  Y   172 N   252
 
Poe (R-TX) – Amendment No. 39 – Reduces the funds available for Pakistan in the "Operations and Maintenance - Defense Wide" account by $200 million.
Not Offered Y N
 
Polis (D-CO), Lee, Barbara (D-CA) – Amendment No. 41 - Reduces the total amount appropriated by 1%, excluding military personnel and the Defense Health Program account.
Not Offered Y N
 
Foster (D-IL) – Amendment No. 42 - Prohibits the use of funds to develop a space-based ballistic missile intercept layer.
Rejected Voice Y N     
 
Cartwright (D-PA), Cole (R-OK), Jones (R-NC), Beyer (D-VA), Scott, Austin (R-GA), Bishop, Rob (R-UT), Donovan (R-NY), Cook (R-CA), Loebsack (D-IA), Kilmer (D-WA), Ratcliffe (R-TX), Shea-Porter (D-NH)
– Amendment No. 43 - Prohibits the use of funds be used to plan for, begin, continue, complete, process, or approve a public-private competition to determine whether Federal civilian jobs should be outsourced.
  Y   253 N   172
 
Davidson (R-OH) – Amendment No. 45 - Prohibits use of funds with respect to military action in Yemen to the extent that such action is inconsistent with the War Powers Resolution.
Rejected Voice Y N     
 
DeSantis (R-FL) – Amendment No. 47 - Prohibits funds from being used to purchase heavy water from Iran.
Adopted Voice Y     N
 
DeSantis (R-FL) – Amendment No. 48 - Prohibits funds from being used to pay any salaries or expenses of the office or position of the Special Envoy for Guantanamo Detention Closure or the Principal Director, Detainee Policy.
Not Offered Y N
 
Langevin (D-RI), Courtney (D-CT), Shea-Porter (D-NH), Thompson, Glenn (R-PA) –
Amendment No. 51 - Supports the Manufacturing Technology Program’s initiative to facilitate partnerships to support enhanced manufacturing capabilities for undersea vehicles.
Not Offered Y N
 
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