Summary of Amendments Submitted to the Rules Committee for Division F of H.R. 3354 - Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2018

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Listed in Alphabetical Order

September 6, 2017 2:16 PM

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Adams (NC)

#48

WITHDRAWN Increases funding for guaranteed loans under the HBCU Capital Financing Program by $4.888 million. Reduces funding provided for abstinence-only sex education by same amount.

Barr (KY)

#75

WITHDRAWN Increases funding by $15 million for the State Response to the Opioid Abuse Crisis Account of the 21st Century Cures Act.

Bass (CA)

#190

LATE Provides $2,000,000 increase in NIH Innovation Account for the purpose of funding to study the following: current use of aircraft noise reduction technology, identifying the best air traffic noise reducing technologies, and identifying resources that would increase the prevalence of air traffic noise reducing technologies

Biggs (AZ)

#16

Prohibits funds provided to the Department of Labor from being used to implement, administer, or enforce Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) final rule on “Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica.”

Biggs (AZ)

#42

Eliminates the government's cost-sharing ACA contribution for Members of Congress and staff, effective 6 months after enactment

Biggs (AZ)

#43

Prohibits the use of funds to implement, administer, or enforce the finals regulations on “Program Integrity: Gainful Employment;” or promulgate or enforce any new regulation or rule with respect to the definition or application of the term “gainful employment.”

Biggs (AZ)

#45

Eliminates the government's cost-sharing ACA contribution for Members of Congress, effective immediately.

Blackburn (TN)

#105

Provides for a 1% across the board cut to Division F.

Blunt Rochester (DE)

#8

Prohibits the use of funds to deny access to the Essential Health Benefits guaranteed under Section 1302 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Blunt Rochester (DE)

#9

States that none of the funds in this Act shall be used to allow insurers to impose annual limits on Essential Health Benefits guaranteed under Section 1302 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Bonamici (OR), Gabbard (HI)

#132

REVISED Reduces Health Workforce by $18,270,000 and increases Health Workforce by $18,270,000 to express support for the Title VIII Nursing Workforce Development programs.

Bonamici (OR), Loebsack (IA)

#133

REVISED Increases Aging and Disability Services by $51,000,000 and reduces General Departmental Management by $64,000,000 to provide additional funding for Older Americans Act Title III, parts B, C, and E nutrition programs.

Bonamici (OR)

#134

REVISED Increases funding for Title IV, Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants, by $248 million.

Bonamici (OR), Polis (CO)

#135

REVISED Increases funding for Title IV, Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants, by $200 million.

Bonamici (OR), Stefanik (NY), Polis (CO)

#136

Increases funding for Title IV, Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants, by $1.15 billion and decreases by same.

Bonamici (OR), Polis (CO)

#137

REVISED Increases funding for Title IV, Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants, by $220 million.

Bonamici (OR), Costello (PA)

#138

REVISED Increases funding for State Assessment Grants, Title I, Part B by $8.9 million.

Bonamici (OR), Stefanik (NY), Krishnamoorthi (IL)

#141

REVISED Increases funding for Women Apprenticeships in Nontraditional Occupations Grants for local communities to provide pre-apprenticeship training.

Brooks (AL)

#160

Strikes the provisions in the bill related to the H-2B program and the seafood industry; specifically striking sections 111, 112, and 113.

Brownley (CA), Slaughter (NY), Chu (CA)

#98

Restricts funds in Division F from being used to implement Section 3: “Conscience Protections with Respect to Preventive-Care Mandate” of Executive Order 13798.

Burgess (TX)

#46

Provides $10,000,000 to the Controlled Substance Monitoring Program, per 42 U.S.C 280g-3. The amendment is offset by a reduction in the “Office of the Secretary, General Department Management” for $10,000,000.

Carbajal (CA), Deutch (FL)

#174

LATE REVISED Supports funding a study on the impact of programs administered by the Administration on Community Living on senior citizens who identify as LGBT to ensure their needs are being met by these programs.

Castor (FL)

#65

Increases the CDC’s Birth Defects, Developmental Disabilities, Disabilities and Health account by $20 million for the purposes of ensuring the Zika Pregnancy and Infant Registry and Zika-related Birth Defects Surveillance can continue. Reduces the abstinence-only grants in the Office of the Secretary’s General Departmental Management account by $20 million.

Castor (FL)

#66

Strikes section 229 of Division F relating to the limitation on the use of funds for the Navigators program.

Castor (FL)

#82

Ensures that no funds are used to delay the Department of Education rule relating to Borrower Defense to Repayment.

Castor (FL)

#84

States no funds made available may be used to implement Executive Order 13765, relating to the Affordable Care Act, unless the CBO Director certifies that such implementation would not result in premium increases, reduced health insurance coverage benefits or reduced provider networks for individuals enrolled in health insurance coverage through an Exchange.

Castor (FL)

#85

Ensures that no funds are used to consolidate the student loan marketplace.

Castro (TX)

#17

Increases funding for the Preschool Development Grant program.

Cicilline (RI)

#61

WITHDRAWN Supports funding for the Strategic Prevention Framework for Prescription Drugs program, administered by SAMSHA, which targets the issue of prescription drug misuse.

Cicilline (RI)

#120

REVISED Supports funding for the National Fetal, Infant , and Child Death Review (FICDR) Program.

Clark, Katherine (MA), Welch (VT)

#95

Adds money to Substance Abuse Prevention at SAMSHA.

Clark, Katherine (MA)

#96

Strikes the language defunding Planned Parenthood.

Clark, Katherine (MA), Frankel (FL)

#97

REVISED Increases funding for Child Care Access Means Parents in School Program by $15,134,000.

Coffman (CO)

#118

Makes a 0.21% reduction of each account within Division F’s total spending and directs the remaining funds to the account that funds Section 330 of the PHSA. This funding will be directed toward grants for federally qualified community health centers.

Cohen (TN)

#5

Restricts appropriated funds from being made available to enter into any new contract, grant, or cooperative agreement with any Trump hotels or resorts (as listed in the amendment text)

Cohen (TN)

#6

Restricts appropriated funds from being made available to enter into any new contract, grant, or cooperative agreement with any Trump-owned business listed in Donald John Trump’s financial disclosure form (entities listed in amendment text).

Courtney (CT)

#83

Increases Funding for Magnet Schools Assistance by $1,184,000. Decreases funding for Charter School Grants by $1,184,000.

Crist (FL)

#139

REVISED Increases funding for youth employment activities and training and decreases funding for abstinence-only sex education and charter schools.

Crist (FL)

#142

WITHDRAWN Prohibits the use of funds for the approval or implementation of waivers to the ACA or SSA that would limit access to health providers or reduce benefits for seniors in long-term care covered under Medicaid.

Crowley (NY)

#50

Strikes language that would prohibit HHS from using appropriated funds to implement the Affordable Care Act's navigator program.

Davis, Susan (CA)

#177

LATE Provides $2,500,000 for technical assistance activities under section 168 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

Davis, Susan (CA)

#178

LATE Provides $6,000,000 for the Workforce Data Quality Initiative under section 169 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

DeLauro (CT)

#18

REVISED Restores funding to SAMHSA’s mental health programs, offset with HHS program administration funds.

DeLauro (CT)

#19

Provides $5 billion emergency funding for unforeseeable public health crises.

DeLauro (CT)

#20

REVISED Restores funding to worker protection agencies, offset with DOL/HHS/ED program administration funds.

DeLauro (CT)

#31

Withholds funding for the Office of the Secretary until HHS makes cost sharing reduction payments.

DeLauro (CT), Langevin (RI), Pocan (WI), Rosen (NV), Torres (CA), Courtney (CT), Jayapal (WA), Meng (NY)

#32

Restores funding to the apprenticeship program, offset with DOL program administration funds.

DeLauro (CT), Lowey (NY), Cicilline (RI), Carson (IN), Kildee (MI), Welch (VT), Frankel (FL)

#35

Restores funding to 21st Century Community Learning Centers program, offset with Department of Education program administration funds.

Demings (FL), Jackson Lee (TX)

#159

States none of the funds in this Act shall be used to approve or implement waivers under Section 1332 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or demonstration projects under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act that would limit access to health providers or reduce benefits for children covered under Medicaid.

Denham (CA)

#140

Ensures shelters and centers that administer runaway and homeless youth grants do not face an extended gap in grant eligibility due to off-cycle appropriations from previous years.

DeSaulnier (CA)

#27

Increases National Cancer Institute (NCI) funding by $1 million to execute a study on how to improve doctor-patient communication.

DeSaulnier (CA)

#80

Increases funding for IDEA by $19,297,142,000.

DeSaulnier (CA), Thompson, Glenn (PA)

#81

REVISED Provides $10 million in funding for Statewide Family Engagement Centers in education.

Dunn (FL), Arrington (TX)

#77

Ensures that providers who have been terminated for cause from participating in Medicare, Medicaid, or CHIP in any state cannot continue to receive improper payments with federal dollars.

Ellison (MN), Grijalva (AZ), Pocan (WI)

#37

Prohibits funds from going federal contracts with willful or repeated violators of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Espaillat (NY)

#117

Ensures that the Center for Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) is taking all necessary and appropriate actions to conduct adequate and proactive outreach prior to and during the open enrollment time period that is culturally competent for engaging with minority communities including Latino, African American, Asian & Pacific Islander, as well as any and all non-English speaking persons.

Espaillat (NY)

#119

Increases funding for the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant.

Espaillat (NY)

#121

REVISED Strikes section 210 authority from continuing.

Espaillat (NY)

#122

Increases funding for Federal Pell Grants.

Flores (TX)

#62

Increases CDC funding by $40 million for an opioid drug overdose prevention program, increases National Cancer Institute funding by $40 million for pediatric cancer research, increases National Institute on Aging funding by $40 million for Alzheimer's research, decreases CMS Program Management by $120 million.

Foster (IL), Himes (CT)

#188

LATE Requires the Bureau of Labor Statistics to submit an estimate of the resources needed to model for various changes in the workforce composition because of technological displacement

Gaetz (FL)

#67

Prevents funds from being used to implement, administer, or enforce any project labor agreement.

Gibbs (OH)

#10

Prohibits funds to implement, administer, or enforce the final regulations on "Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses."

Gomez, Jimmy (CA)

#99

Provides states on the federally facilitated marketplace with funding to translate plan materials into language other than English.

Griffith (VA), Scott, Bobby (VA)

#39

Adds $2.734 million to the Black Lung Clinics Program in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to provide for a total of $10 million, the authorized level, with this transfer offset by a reduction in HRSA’s Program Management account.

Grijalva (AZ)

#173

LATE Increases the English Language Acquisition program, under Title III of the Every Student Succeeds Act by $62,600,000.

Grothman (WI)

#151

REVISED Reduces funding for the Department of Education's Program Administration, Office of Inspector General, and Office of Student Aid Administration by 2%.

Grothman (WI)

#152

Reduces the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) budget by $99,000,000, funding the NLRB at $150,000,000 for FY2018. The amendment would also reduce budget authority by $99 million and reduce outlays by $92 million.

Grothman (WI)

#153

Prohibits funds in the Act from going to National Language and Area Centers in Title VI of the Higher Education Act.

Grothman (WI)

#165

LATE Prohibits any funding in the Act to implement, administer, or enforce the Department of Education's Gainful Employment rule.

Hanabusa (HI)

#154

Prohibits any funds from being used to prevent or limit an individual from keeping the health benefits plan in which such individual is enrolled as of the date of the enactment of this Act.

Higgins, Clay (LA)

#22

Restricts funds from being made available by this Act to be used for premium assistance credits under section 36B of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 or for cost sharing reductions under section 1402 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (42 U.S.C. 18071) to the extent such credits or reductions are for any alien in the United States who is not in lawful status under the immigration laws.

Higgins, Clay (LA)

#23

WITHDRAWN Restricts funds from being made available by this Act to be used to carry out any program or activity that is not authorized by law to be carried out during fiscal year 2018.

Huffman (CA), Panetta (CA), Curbelo (FL), Carbajal (CA), Scott, Bobby (VA)

#157

REVISED Maintains existing requirements that federal infrastructure projects account for the impacts of sea-level rise and other extreme weather events.

Huizenga (MI), Kelly (PA)

#44

REVISED Prohibits the use of funds to promulgate or implement regulations relating to occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#185

LATE REVISED Increases by $30 million funding to the Department of Housing Tenant Based Rental Assistance to provide additional funding for housing for internally displaced persons who have lost their homes or have incurred damage to their residence due to Hurricane Harvey and floods.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#189

LATE Increases by $10 million in funding to the Health Workforce to provide additional training of medical professionals to prepare them to provide healthcare to persons who are victims in federal disaster areas, such as what was experienced with Hurricane Harvey and severe flooding.

Keating (MA)

#92

REVISED Provides funds for state career and technical education grants to support vocational training.

Keating (MA), Meng (NY)

#93

REVISED Provides funds to support distribution of CDC tick-borne disease prevention and early detection materials in high-risk areas.

Kelly (PA)

#161

Supports funding of the Infant Adoption Awareness Training Program to train pregnancy and health counselors regarding how to offer adoption as an option to women with unplanned pregnancies.

Kennedy (MA)

#111

Prohibits funding for 1332 waivers and 1115 waivers that limit access to health care providers, reduce benefits, or restrict access to home-based or community-based care for individuals with disabilities under Medicaid.

Khanna (CA)

#162

Prohibits funds from being used to restrict or discourage the enrollment of Americans with pre-existing conditions in qualified health plans available through state marketplaces established under Section 1311 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Kihuen (NV)

#29

Prohibits funding from being used to terminate contracts with entities charged with facilitating or expanding enrollment in the ACA marketplaces.

Kildee (MI)

#123

REVISED Increases funding for Youth Employment Activities by $10 million and reduces Department of Labor Salaries and Expenses by the same amount.

Kildee (MI)

#125

Increases funding for the Healthy Start Program by $24.8 million and decreases General Departmental Management in the Office of the Secretary by the same amount.

Kildee (MI)

#126

Increases funding for programs that reduce lead exposure by $1 million each and decreases General Departmental Management in the Office of the Secretary by the same amount.

King, Steve (IA), Perry (PA), Gaetz (FL)

#7

Ensures that no funds are used to implement, administer, or enforce the Davis-Bacon Act.

King, Steve (IA)

#25

REVISED Defunds ObamaCare.

King, Steve (IA)

#26

Prohibits funds for Planned Parenthood.

King, Steve (IA)

#172

LATE REVISED Ensures that no funds may be used on new hires who have not been verified through the E-Verify program.

Kuster, Ann (NH)

#104

Prohibits the use of funds to limit access to health care services made available to Americans with opioid use disorder, including mental health and addiction treatment providers.

Langevin (RI)

#186

LATE Restores $650,000,000 in funding for grants to states under the Wagner-Peyser Act.

Lawrence (MI)

#179

LATE Prohibits funds from being used to limit access to healthcare or reduce benefits for aged-out foster youth continuing coverage to the age of 26 under Medicaid.

Lawrence (MI)

#180

LATE Prohibits funds from being used to limit access to healthcare or reduce benefits for children in foster care covered under Medicaid.

Lee, Barbara (CA), Pocan (WI), Jackson Lee (TX), Butterfield (NC)

#60

Increases funding for the Office of Job Corps, offset with DOL administration funds.

Lee, Barbara (CA), Slaughter (NY), DeGette (CO), Castro (TX), Blumenauer (OR), Deutch (FL), Doggett (TX), Jayapal (WA), Lowey (NY), Bonamici (OR), Lujan Grisham (NM), Adams (NC), Meng (NY), Frankel (FL), Davis, Susan (CA)

#124

Increases funding for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (TPPP) by $101,000,000, offset with HHS program administration funds.

Lee, Barbara (CA), Serrano (NY), Pocan (WI), Lowey (NY)

#127

Funds the Minority AIDS Initiative in the Office of the Secretary ($53,900,000) and within SAMHSA ($12,362,000 for prevention and $5,017,000 for mental health); funds Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) ($34,950,000); funds the Office of Minority Health ($11,420,00); and funds the Health Workforce Programs, including Centers of Excellence ($12,000,000), Health Careers Opportunity Program ($14,189,000), and Nursing Workforce Development ($15,343,000).

Lewis, Jason (MN), Mitchell (MI), Rooney, Francis (FL), Ferguson (GA), Smucker (PA), Grothman (WI)

#101

Increases funding for Career and Technical Education (CTE) State Grants by $70,246,000.

Lieu (CA)

#116

Prohibits the use of funds in this Act for the reimbursement of costs incurred by the Federal Government in relation to commercial properties in which the President of the United States has a financial stake or that bear the Trump name. These properties are enumerated in the amendment.

Lowey (NY), DeLauro (CT), Roybal-Allard (CA), Lee, Barbara (CA), Pocan (WI), Clark, Katherine (MA), Price, David (NC)

#106

Increases CDC Injury Prevention and Control by $10 million for firearm injury prevention research.

Lowey (NY), Slaughter (NY), DeGette (CO), DeLauro (CT), Roybal-Allard (CA), Lee, Barbara (CA), Pocan (WI), Clark, Katherine (MA), Crowley (NY), Moore, Gwen (WI), Chu (CA), Carbajal (CA), Frankel (FL), Lieu (CA), Adams (NC)

#107

Removes the prohibition on Title X family planning funding.

Lowey (NY), DeLauro (CT), Roybal-Allard (CA), Lee, Barbara (CA), Pocan (WI), Clark, Katherine (MA), Slaughter (NY), DeGette (CO), Crowley (NY), Moore, Gwen (WI), Chu (CA), Carbajal (CA), Frankel (FL), Adams (NC)

#108

Restores funding for Title X family planning services.

Lowey (NY), DeLauro (CT), Slaughter (NY), Roybal-Allard (CA), Lee, Barbara (CA), Pocan (WI), Clark, Katherine (MA), DeGette (CO), Chu (CA)

#109

REVISED Prohibits the use of funds to change the Women’s Preventative Services Guidelines with respect to contraception coverage.

Lujan (NM)

#155

WITHDRAWN Decreases funding for HHS General Departmental Management by $20 million and transfer those funds to the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Prevention and Treatment Program for tribal populations as authorized under the Indian Healthcare Improvement Act (IHCIA).

Lujan (NM)

#156

WITHDRAWN Decreases funding for HHS General Departmental Management by $5 million and transfer those funds to the Mental Health Technician Program for tribal populations as authorized under the Indian Healthcare Improvement Act (IHCIA).

Lujan (NM)

#158

Decreases funding for HHS General Departmental Management by $2 million and transfer those funds to the Peer Support Programs.

Lujan Grisham (NM)

#112

REVISED Increases the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services program management account by $10,000,000 for the purposes of developing outreach and education campaigns on Affordable Care Act enrollment period for Hispanic populations.

Lujan Grisham (NM)

#113

Increases funding for the National Family Caregiver Support program by $5 million.

Lujan Grisham (NM)

#114

REVISED Prevents any of the funds from being used to undermine the Affordable Care Act, including the enrollment of individuals in the health care marketplace, especially children, minorities, the elderly, and individuals with pre-existing conditions.

Lujan Grisham (NM), Barragán,  (CA)

#115

Increases funding for the Behavioral Health Workforce and Training program by $5 million.

Maloney, Sean (NY)

#28

Prohibits funds from being used to contravene the President’s Executive Order pertaining to equal employment in Federal government contracting.

Mast (FL)

#30

Increases the Safe Water Program under the CDC’s Environmental Health account by $400,000 to match FY17 program requirements and continue safeguarding public health by reducing and investigating environmental threats to water systems and addressing public exposure to waterborne contaminants.

McSally (AZ), Stefanik (NY)

#100

Increases funding for the Older Americans Act (OAA) Title III B supportive services account $14.2 million.

Meadows (NC)

#150

REVISED Reduces the number of positions and funding at Mine Safety and Health Administration by 10%.

Meng (NY)

#181

LATE Increases funding for the Women’s Bureau within the Department of Labor by $1.064 million, and decreases funding by the same amount for the Bureau of Labor Statistics – Prices and Cost of Living Division.

Meng (NY)

#182

LATE REVISED Decreases, then increases by the same amount, funding for the Office of the Secretary of the HHS by $11.42 million to ensure that funding for HHS Minority Health Programs is increased by $11.42 million, consistent with the current enacted level of funding.

Meng (NY)

#183

LATE REVISED Decreases, then increases by the same amount, funding for the Office of the Secretary of the HHS by $6.428 million to ensure that funding for the HHS Office of Women’s Health is increased by $6.428 million, consistent with the current enacted level of funding.

Meng (NY)

#184

LATE REVISED Increases funding for HRSA’s Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program by $4 million, consistent with the current enacted level of funding, and decreases funding for the Office of the Secretary of the HHS by the same amount.

Mitchell (MI)

#21

Reduces by 10% general administrative and departmental salary and expense accounts in Division F, and transfers the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.

Moore, Gwen (WI)

#68

REVISED Increases Injury Prevention and Control account by $45,000,000 for the Core State Violence and Injury Prevention Program to help states combat opioid misuse. Decreases General Departmental Management account by the same amount.

Murphy, Stephanie (FL)

#41

Increases funding for Department of Education, English Language Acquisition by $32,168,267 and reduces funding for Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary, General Departmental Management by $32,168,267.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#86

Provides $10 million in grants to develop, maintain, or enhance a database of inpatient psychiatric facilities, crisis stabilization units, and residential community mental health and residential substance use disorder treatment facilities to address a lack of inpatient psychiatric beds.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#87

Provides $5 million for the creation and operation of a National Mental Health and Substance Use Policy Laboratory.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#88

REVISED Awards $10 million in grants for training medical residents and fellows practicing mental health and addiction treatment in under-served and community based settings that integrate primary care with mental and substance use disorders prevention and treatment services.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#89

Provides $9 million to provide access to behavioral health integration in pediatric primary care by supporting the development and improvement of statewide or regional pediatric mental health care telehealth access programs.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#90

Increases court-ordered Assisted Outpatient Treatment by $5 million to support the severely mentally ill, allowing them to get treatment in the community without incarceration or hospitalization.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#91

Provides $5 million for grants that enhance infant and early childhood mental health promotion, intervention, and treatment programs.

Nolan (MN)

#167

LATE Prohibits funding to promulgate regulations pursuant to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that would result in an increase in premiums or out-of-pocket health care costs for older Americans.

Nolan (MN)

#168

LATE REVISED Increases the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases program by $300,000 for additional Lyme Disease research, offset with a reduction to the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Secretary account.

Nolan (MN)

#169

LATE Increases National Cancer Institute funding by $3,819,000, offset with a reduction to the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Secretary account.

O'Halleran (AZ)

#34

Prohibits funding from being used to limit access to health care providers or reduce benefits for individuals eligible for Medicaid expansion.

O'Rourke (TX), Foster (IL)

#144

Increases CDC’s Injury Prevention and Control program budget by $7 million to be used to fully fund CDC’s Enhanced State Surveillance of Opioid-Involved Morbidity and Mortality (ESOOS) Program while reducing the NIH acquisition for buildings account by $7 million.

O'Rourke (TX), Johnson, Eddie Bernice (TX), Veasey (TX), Slaughter (NY), DeGette (CO)

#147

REVISED Ensures that the Medicaid program continues to provide beneficiaries access to a range of family planning providers.

O'Rourke (TX)

#148

Specifies that funds appropriated for projects of regional and national significance related to maternal and child health may be used for the study of maternal mortality in the United States and identify solutions to improve maternity care for high-risk populations.

Pascrell (NJ)

#149

REVISED Restores funding to the International Labor Affairs Bureau (ILAB) within the Department of Labor by $63.5 million to a total of $90 million for ILAB, and offset from the Department of Education program administration funds.

Pocan (WI), Scott, Bobby (VA), Lee, Barbara (CA), Cicilline (RI), Kilmer (WA), Grijalva (AZ)

#143

Increases the maximum Pell Grant to eligible students to $6,055, representing an increase of $135.

Pocan (WI)

#145

Increase funding to OSHA.

Pocan (WI), Ellison (MN)

#146

Restores funding to Wage and Hour in order to combat wage theft and other FLSA violations.

Polis (CO), Price, David (NC)

#102

Provides funding for the Supporting Effective Instruction State Grants Program (Title II-A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act) at approximately $2 billion.

Polis (CO), Pingree (ME)

#103

Provides $100 million in funding for the Education Innovation and Research (EIR) program.

Price, David (NC)

#49

Restores funding for International Education and Foreign Language Studies—Overseas Programs to the fiscal year 2017 level of $7,061,000 and is offset by the Charter Schools grant program.

Price, David (NC), Castor (FL)

#51

Restores funding for the State Health Insurance Program at the fiscal year 2017 level of $47,115,000 and is offset with Department of Health and Human Services General Departmental Management funds.

Price, David (NC), Carson (IN), Polis (CO)

#53

Restores funding to the Title II-A/Supporting Effective Instruction grant program, Teacher Quality Partnership grant program, School Leader Recruitment and Support grant program, and Supporting Effective Educator Development grant program at fiscal year 2017 levels.

Raskin (MD)

#70

REVISED States that no part of any appropriation contained in Title III of this Act shall be used for publicity or propaganda purposes not authorized by the Congress, including the promotion of media campaigns intended to bolster efforts to repeal or undermine the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Roe (TN)

#164

LATE Prohibits funds to be used to develop or revise questions, or compile or analyze responses to questions relating to pain management contained in the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems survey.

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#71

Moves $5,505,000 from the Community Services Block Grant Act to the Office of Labor-Management Standards.

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#72

Prohibits funding for the Community Services Block Grant Act.

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#73

Reduces the funding of Institute of Education Sciences by $195,311,000

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#175

LATE Prohibits the use of funds to be used to implement or enforce Executive Order 13502.

Rosen (NV)

#1

REVISED Maintains funding for the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at FY17 level.

Rosen (NV)

#2

Increases funding for the Holocaust Survivor Assistance Fund by $2M.

Rosen (NV)

#3

Increases funding for Alzheimer’s Research at NIH’s National Institute on Aging by $14 M.

Rothfus (PA)

#163

WITHDRAWN Transfers $100 million of the payments provided to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and transfers the money to the NIH Innovation Fund.

Ruiz (CA), Rosen (NV)

#170

LATE Provides that no funds can be used for legal proceedings related to litigation challenging any payment to Cost Sharing Reduction subsidies.

Ruiz (CA), Rosen (NV)

#171

LATE REVISED Prevents funds from being used in contravention of the Cost Sharing Reduction subsidies provision in the ACA.

Sablan (MP)

#36

Transfers funds from OSHA-Salaries and Expenses-Compliance Assistance-Federal Assistance to OSHA-Salaries and Expenses-Federal Enforcement to fund a Full Time Employment position to increase OSHA enforcement presence in the Pacific as a result of recent worker fatalities and numerous injuries at construction and other work sites.

Schiff (CA)

#52

Prevents funds from being used to establish or direct a commission to investigate the theory that vaccines cause or contribute to the development of autism.

Schiff (CA)

#69

Prohibits funds from going to a residential treatment facility (including a boot camp) if a resident/student has died in their care due to abuse or neglect.

Schneider (IL), Chu (CA)

#76

Prohibits funds from being used to enable a State to exclude reproductive health providers from a State Medicaid program on the basis of the range of services offered by that provider.

Schneider (IL), Chu (CA)

#78

Prohibit funds from being used to limit the ability of physicians to inform patients of the full range of medical choices available to them, including those concerning women's reproductive health services.

Schneider (IL), Carbajal (CA)

#94

Provides $10 million for the CDC's Climate and Health Program.

Scott, Bobby (VA), Conyers (MI)

#40

Prohibits the use of funds in this Act to prepare for or facilitate the transfer of the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs into the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Scott, Bobby (VA)

#54

Restricts CTE funds from being directly or indirectly given to a for-profit institution that is on the more severe Department of Education watch list, commonly known as Heightened Cash Monitoring 2 (HCM2).

Scott, Bobby (VA)

#55

Increases funding for Title I-A ESSA funds to match the authorization amount in ESSA.

Scott, Bobby (VA)

#56

Increases funding for Title I-A ESSA funds, which is offset by comparable decreases to the Charter School Program, abstinence-only education fund, and program administration funds of HHS, ED, and DOL.

Scott, Bobby (VA)

#57

Increases IDEA funding by $66.344 million, which is offset by comparable decreases to the Charter School Program, abstinence-only education fund, and program administration funds of HHS, ED, and DOL.

Scott, Bobby (VA)

#58

Increases IDEA funding by $230.168 million, which would be offset by comparable decreases to the Charter School Program, abstinence-only education fund, and program administration funds of HHS, ED, and DOL.

Scott, Bobby (VA)

#59

Strikes the provision that rescinds $3.3 billion from the Pell Grant reserve fund.

Scott, Bobby (VA)

#63

REVISED Strikes section 301 and 302 of Division F relating to the limitation on the use of funds for desegregation of public schools.

Sewell (AL), Scott, Bobby (VA)

#64

REVISED Prohibits Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) funds from going to a child care provider that has been complicit, due to a health and safety violation, in the death of a child in its care and remains exempt from state licensure, safety, and oversight requirements.

Shea-Porter (NH)

#187

LATE Removes the underlying bill's prohibition on the use of HHS funds for the Navigator program and returns $3,000,000 from Marketplace Procurement & Acquisition Support to the Navigator program.

Speier (CA)

#79

Restores the Social Innovation Fund, under the Corporation for National and Community Service, in the amount of $50M.

Stefanik (NY)

#166

LATE Prevents funds from leaving the Pell Grant Surplus.

Takano (CA), Lowenthal (CA), Sablan (MP), Jayapal (WA), Chu (CA)

#38

Increases funding for Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) by $26,652,000.

Takano (CA)

#74

Increases funding for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration by $42,330,000.

Tenney (NY)

#47

REVISED Increases $10 million to Community Services Block Grants and reduces funding for Global Health by $14 million.

Tonko (NY)

#4

Specifies that $12.5 million appropriated for the Substance Use and Mental Health Services Administration may be used to award competitive grants to strengthen mental health and substance use community crisis response systems as authorized in the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act.

Torres (CA)

#24

Increases funding for the IDEA Grant: Personnel Development to Improve Services and Results for Children with Disabilities, which is offset by a reduction in funding for abstinence only education.

Walberg (MI), Perry (PA)

#110

REVISED Prevents funding to implement the National Labor Relations Board’s Ambush Election rule

Wasserman Schultz (FL), Lipinski (IL), Demings (FL), Lujan Grisham (NM)

#128

Strikes sections 229 and 527, which would prohibit funds from being used to implement or enforce the Affordable Care Act and the Navigators program. Increases funding for Medicare and Medicaid program management by $523.6 million.

Wasserman Schultz (FL), Torres (CA), Chu (CA), Slaughter (NY)

#129

Strikes section 536, which consists of the text of the "Conscience Protection Act of 2017."

Wasserman Schultz (FL)

#130

Increases funding for chronic disease prevention and health promotion at the CDC, intended to be used in relation to tobacco, by $50 million.

Wasserman Schultz (FL), Soto (FL), Castor (FL)

#131

Prohibits funds provided in the bill for Title I-A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended, from being used to disapprove as a matter of state law certain local educational agency applications to authorize the local educational agency to allocate or reserve funds as it deems best.

Waters (CA)

#11

Strikes language which would cut the Pell Grant reserves by $3,270,844,000.

Waters (CA)

#12

Restores funding for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program to the FY 2017 level of $108,000,000.

Waters (CA)

#13

Provides $53.9 million for the Secretary’s Fund of the Minority AIDS Initiative, which targets HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment funds to minority communities.

Waters (CA)

#14

Strikes section 226, which prohibits funding for the Title X Family Planning Program.

Waters (CA)

#15

Eliminates the provision that prohibits funding for the Title X Family Planning Program and restores funding for the program to the FY 2017 level of $286,479,000.

Welch (VT)

#176

LATE REVISED Prohibits the use of any of the funds in the LHHS appropriations bill from being used to enforce the noninterference clause of the Medicare Part D program.

Yoho (FL)

#33

Prohibits funds made available by this Act from being used to fine, penalize, hold liable, or otherwise punish a health insurance issuer offering health insurance coverage or a sponsor of a group health plan for a failure of such coverage or plan to comply with certain requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111-148) (including under amendments made by such Act).