H. Res. 504: H.R. 3354 – The Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2018 [Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act, 2018]

COMMITTEE ACTION: REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE of 9-4 on Wednesday, September 6, 2017.

FLOOR ACTION: ADOPTED BY A RECORD VOTE OF 222-190 AFTER ORDERING THE PREVIOUS QUESTION BY A RECORD VOTE OF 227-186 on Thursday, September 7, 2017.

MANAGERS: Slaughter/Woodall

115th Congress

1st Session

Rule

H. RES. 504

Report No. 115-297

 

 

H.R. 3354- Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2018 [Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act, 2018]

  1. Structured rule for further consideration of H.R. 3354.
  2. Provides that no further general debate shall be in order.
  3. Makes in order only those further amendments printed in the Rules Committee report, amendments en bloc described in section 3 of the resolution, and available pro forma amendments described in section 4 of House Resolution 500. Each further amendment printed in the report may be offered only in the order printed in the report, may be offered only by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and cont1·olled by the proponent and an opponent, may be withdrawn by the proponent at any time before action thereon, shall not be subject to amendment except amendments described in section 4 of House Resolution 500, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
  4. Waives all points of order against the further amendments printed in the report or against amendments en bloc described in section 3 of the resolution.
  5. Provides that it shall be in order at any time for the chair of the Committee on Appropriations or his designee to offer further amendments en bloc consisting of amendments printed in the report not earlier disposed of. Amendments en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 20 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Appropriations or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment except amendments described in section 4 of House Resolution 500, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
  6. Provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions.

 

RESOLUTION

Resolved, That at any time after adoption of this resolution the Speaker may, pursuant to clause 2(b) of rule XVIII, declare the House resolved into the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union for further consideration of the bill (H.R. 3354) making appropriations for the Department of the Interior, environment, and related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, and for other purposes.

Sec. 2. (a) No further amendment to the bill, as amended, shall be in order except those printed in the report of the Committee on Rules accompanying this resolution, amendments en bloc described in section 3 of this resolution, and available pro forma amendments described in section 4 of House Resolution 500.

(b) Each further amendment printed in the report of the Committee on Rules shall be considered only in the order printed in the report, may be offered only by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, may be withdrawn by the proponent at any time before action thereon, shall not be subject to amendment except amendments described in section 4 of House Resolution 500, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question in the House or in the Committee of the Whole.

(c) All points of order against further amendments printed in the report of the Committee on Rules or against amendments en bloc described in section 3 of this resolution are waived. Sec. 3. It shall be in order at any time for the chair of the Committee on Appropriations or his designee to offer amendments en bloc consisting of further amendments printed in the report of the Committee on Rules accompanying this resolution not earlier disposed of. Amendments en bloc offered pmsuant to this section shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 20 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Appropriations or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment except amendments described in section 4 of House Resolution 500, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question in the House or in the Committee of the Whole.

Sec. 4. At the conclusion of consideration of the bill for amendment the Committee shall rise and report the bill, as amended, to the House with such further amendments as may have been adopted. The previous question shall be considered as ordered on the bill and amendments thereto to final passage without intervening motion except one motion to recommit with or without instructions.

 

SUMMARY OF AMENDMENTS PROPOSED TO BE MADE IN ORDER

(summaries derived from information provided by sponsors)

Amendments to Division A- (Interior, Environment & Related Agencies)

 

Sponsor

#

Description

Debate Time

1.

McSally (AZ), Gosar (AZ)

#46

(REVISED) Increases the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) Forest Management Program, which manages and conserves 58 million acres of forest and woodland in 12 western States and Alaska, by $316,000.

(10 minutes)

2.

Grijalva (AZ)

#87

Restores funding to Superfund enforcement within the Hazardous Substance Superfund account with an equivalent cut to the oil and gas program within the BLM account.

(10 minutes)

3.

Soto (FL)

#49

Increases funding for the National Wildlife Refuge System by $500,000 for the Wildlife and Habitat Management of invasive species.

(10 minutes)

4.

Buchanan (FL)

#51

(REVISED) Restores $3,393,000 to the Fish and Wildlife Service for new listings under the Endangered Species Act. Reduces the office of the Secretary by the same amount.

(10 minutes)

5.

Bacon (NE), Gosar (AZ)

#113

(REVISED) Reduces the US Fish and Wildlife land acquisition account by 4,000,000 and redirects funds to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Endangered Species delisting efforts.

(10 minutes)

6.

Mast (FL)

#32

(REVISED) increase the USGS Water Sciences Research Center funds under National Institute of Health to increase funding to monitor bodies of water, conduct research on how HABs affect animals; risks associated with exposure to certain types of algae and associated disease-causing organisms; develop new tools to better understand and predict cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms.

(10 minutes)

7.

Courtney (CT), McGovern (MA), Larson, John (CT), Himes (CT), DeLauro (CT)

#81

Designates $300,000 within the Operation of the National Park System for the New England Scenic Trail.

(10 minutes)

8.

McSally (AZ), Gosar (AZ)

#47

(REVISED) Increases the National Park Service's Facility Maintenance and Operations account by $9.692 million to help address longstanding deferred park maintenance needs.

(10 minutes)

9.

Cicilline (RI)

#38

(REVISED) Increases the funds appropriated to the Operations of the National Park System by $2,000,000.

(10 minutes)

10.

Clyburn (SC), Adams (NC)

#152

(LATE) Increases funding by $2 million for historic preservation grants to Historically Black Colleges and Universities and is offset by a $2 million reduction in the Office of the Secretary.

(10 minutes)

11.

Heck, Denny (WA), Turner (OH), Blumenauer (OR), Smith, Adam (WA), Courtney (CT), Keating (MA)

#53

(REVISED) Restores appropriations for the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) to the FY17 enacted level by shifting $5.5 million from the Department of the Interior, Departmental Operations, Office of the Secretary account.

(10 minutes)

12.

Meng (NY)

#168

(LATE) Increases funding for National Park Service Recreational Access by $1 million and decreases funding by the same amount for the Administrative Expenses account for the Water Infrastructure and Innovation Program.

(10 minutes)

13.

Griffith (VA)

#83

(REVISED) Restores the number of Appalachian states eligible for grants for the reclamation of abandoned mine lands to be used for economic and community development from 3 to 6.

(10 minutes)

14.

Griffith (VA)

#174

(LATE) Provides a more balanced distribution of funds among Appalachian states for reclamation of abandoned mine lands in conjunction with economic and community development, offset by funds from the Environmental Programs and Management account.

(10 minutes)

15.

Thompson, Glenn (PA)

#102

Restores funding for the Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation pilot program to its 2017 level, while reducing EPA’s Environmental Programs and Management by the same amount ($32,491,000).

(10 minutes)

16.

O'Halleran (AZ)

#143

Reduces Interior operations funds and increase BIA construction funds by 10 million dollars.

(10 minutes)

17.

Plaskett, (VI), Bordallo (GU)

#176

(LATE) Restores current funding for assistance to territories.

(10 minutes)

18.

Grijalva (AZ), McEachin (VA)

#86

Restores funding for the Environmental Justice Program within the EPA Environmental Programs and Management account with an equivalent cut to Leadership and Administration within the DOI Office of the Secretary

(10 minutes)

19.

Maloney, Carolyn (NY)

#114

Increases the Smithsonian Institution Salaries and Expenses account by $2,000,000 and decreases the Office of the Secretary of the Interior account by $2,000,000.

(10 minutes)

20.

Boyle (PA)

#139

(REVISED) Makes funding for the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) equal to that of FY17 and FY16 levels.

(10 minutes)

21.

Price, David (NC), Quigley (IL), Connolly (VA), Polis (CO)

#82

Provides $104,235,000 to restore funding to EPA’s Science and Technology account.

(10 minutes)

22.

Welch (VT), Stefanik (NY)

#163

(LATE) (REVISED) Restores funding for the Lake Champlain Basin Program to the FY17 amount of $4.399M and reduces Operations and Maintenance funding of EPA’s Science and Technology account by a corresponding amount.

(10 minutes)

23.

Mast (FL)

#40

(REVISED) Increases Environmental Protection Agency to FY18 appropriated level. EPA’s office of Research and Development supports scientific research activities for Human and ecological health effects research to provide information on human exposure to HAB toxins. Such research is critical in identifying food-chain bioaccumulation and allergenic aspects of toxins produced by cyanobacteria. It also develops and optimizes analytical procedures for measuring HAB toxins in drinking and source waters, including the qualitative and quantitative analysis of microcystin toxins, which are also being examined for toxicity levels.

(10 minutes)

24.

Mast (FL)

#41

Supports research activities and provide grants for researching the health effects associated with exposure to harmful algal bloom (HAB) toxins; and supporting research that reduces human exposure to HAB toxins.

(10 minutes)

25.

Soto (FL)

#48

Increases funding for the National Estuary Program by $468,000.

(10 minutes)

26.

Mast (FL)

#16

(REVISED) Appropriates an additional $1 million to non-point source pollution grants to state projects for mitigation and removal of toxic substances.

(10 minutes)

27.

Langevin (RI), Keating (MA), Cicilline (RI)

#92

(REVISED) Increases funding by $1 million for the Southern New England Program under Geographic Programs.

(10 minutes)

28.

McSally (AZ), Gianforte (MT), Gosar (AZ)

#138

(REVISED) Increases the Forest Service’s National Forest System Hazardous Fuels account by $3 million to mitigate wildfire hazards and lessen catastrophic fires and their threat to public and firefighter safety, and damage to property.

(10 minutes)

29.

Biggs (AZ), Smith, Jason (MO)

#42

Cuts $10,234,000 from the EPA Environmental Programs and Management Account enforcement line and redirects funds to the EPA Spending Reduction Account.

(10 minutes)

30.

Katko (NY)

#44

Increases the Clean Water State Revolving fund by $250 million, maintaining fiscal year 2016 levels to preserve critical water infrastructure funding.

(10 minutes)

31.

Lujan (NM)

#136

Decreases and increase State and Tribal Assistance Grants by $6 million to direct the EPA to work with the affected States and Indian tribes to implement a long-term monitoring program for water quality of the Animas and San Juan Rivers in response to the Gold King Mine spill.

(10 minutes)

32.

Palmer (AL)

#7

Eliminates funding for Diesel Emission Reduction Grants and sends the savings to the spending reduction account.

(10 minutes)

33.

McKinley (WV)

#62

Transfers funds from within the Forest Service funds to emphasize lack of wood harvesting.

(10 minutes)

34.

Polis (CO), Renacci (OH)

#75

(REVISED) Increases funding to Volunteer Fire Assistance (VFA provides grants to volunteer fire departments protecting communities with 10,000 or fewer residents to purchase equipment and training for use in wildland fire suppression) by $1.382 million and State Fire Assistance (SFA provides financial and technical support to states to enhance firefighting capacity, supports community-based hazard mitigation, and expands outreach and education to homeowners and communities concerning fire prevention) by $10.989 million, funded by the National Forest System Account.

(10 minutes)

35.

O'Halleran (AZ)

#142

(REVISED) Addresses staffing and operation of IHS facilities opening in FY 2018.

(10 minutes)

36.

Beyer (VA)

#1

Strikes section 430 on page 134, lines 17 through 25, relating to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act.

(10 minutes)

37.

Beyer (VA)

#2

Strikes section 431 on page 135, lines 1 through 23, 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.

(10 minutes)

38.

Ellison (MN), Polis (CO), Lee, Barbara (CA), Cartwright (PA), Lipinski (IL)

#19

(REVISED) Strikes the language that would delay the implementation of the new Ozone Standards.

(10 minutes)

39.

Lowenthal (CA), Peters, Scott (CA), Carbajal (CA), Langevin (RI), Beyer (VA), Pingree (ME), Bonamici (OR), Lieu (CA), Schneider (IL)

#66

Strikes a provision relating to the use of the National Ocean Policy.

(10 minutes)

40.

Long (MO), Gosar (AZ), Westerman (AR), Costa (CA)

#65

(REVISED) Prohibits funds from being used to enforce reporting requirements of hazardous substances from farms in accordance with Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986.

(10 minutes)

41.

Buck (CO)

#58

Prohibits the federal government from entering into an agreement to establish a heritage partnership program in nine counties in southeast Colorado.

(10 minutes)

42.

Gaetz (FL)

#57

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

(10 minutes)

43.

Young, Don (AK)

#56

Prohibits funds to be used to implement a rule by the National Park Service regarding wildlife management practices on National Preserves in Alaska.

(10 minutes)

44.

Young, Don (AK)

#55

Prohibits funds from this Act to be used by the Department of Interior to change existing placer mining plans of operations in regard to re-vegetation.

(10 minutes)

45.

Westerman (AR), Gosar (AZ)

#45

Restricts funding from being used to enforce the final rule entitled ‘‘Onshore Oil and Gas Operations; Federal and Indian Oil and Gas Leases; Measurement of Oil’’ and published by the Bureau of Land Management on November 17, 2016 (81 Fed. Reg. 81462).

(10 minutes)

46.

Biggs (AZ)

#36

Prevents funding for the Integrated Risk Information System of the Environmental Protection Agency.

(10 minutes)

47.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#33

States that none of the funds made available in this Act may be used to limit outreach programs administered by the Smithsonian Institution.

(10 minutes)

48.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#28

Prohibits use of funds by the National Park Service in contravention of section 320101 of title 54, United States Code which provides that it is a national policy to preserve for public use historic sites, buildings, and objects of national significance for the inspiration and benefit of the people of the United States, especially as it relates to National Heritage Areas (NHAs).

(10 minutes)

49.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#27

Prohibits the use of appropriated funds to eliminate the Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership or programs that are for the reforestation of urban areas.

(10 minutes)

50.

Goodlatte (VA), Perry (PA), Thompson, Glenn (PA), Shuster (PA)

#22

Prohibits the Environmental Protection Agency from using any funds to take retaliatory, or EPA described “backstop” actions, against any of the six states in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed in the event that a state does not meet the goals mandated by the EPA’s Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load.

(10 minutes)

51.

LoBiondo (NJ), Beyer (VA)

#20

Prohibits funds to authorize, permit, or conduct geological or geophysical activities in support of oil, gas, or methane and hydrate exploration and development in the North Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic or the Straits of Florida.

(10 minutes)

52.

Byrne (AL), Palazzo (MS), Graves, Garret (LA), Higgins, Clay (LA), Weber (TX), Johnson, Mike (LA)

#17

(REVISED) States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to propose to repeal section 105(a)(2) or section 105(b) of the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act of 2006 (43 U.S.C. 1331 note).

(10 minutes)

53.

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

#15

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

(10 minutes)

54.

Burgess (TX)

#14

Prevents funds from being used to hire new employees at the EPA under the Title 42 special pay authority intended for public health professionals in the Department of Health and Human Services.

(10 minutes)

55.

Blackburn (TN)

#12

Calls for 1% Across the board cuts.

(10 minutes)

56.

Palmer (AL)

#8

Ensures that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used for the Environmental Protection Agency's Criminal Enforcement Division.

(10 minutes)

57.

Carbajal (CA)

#6

States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to process any application under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (43 U.S.C. 1331 et seq.) for a permit to drill or a permit to modify, that would authorize use of hydraulic fracturing or acid well stimulation treatment in the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf.

(10 minutes)

58.

Poliquin (ME), Pingree (ME)

#145

(LATE) (REVISED) Prohibits the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from adding additional inspections to sea urchins and sea cucumbers exports.

(10 minutes)

59.

Perry (PA)

#119

Prohibits funds from being used to give formal notification under, or prepare, propose, implement, administer, or enforce any rule or recommendation pursuant to, section 115 of the Clean Air Act.

(10 minutes)

60.

King, Steve (IA)

#159

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

(10 minutes)

61.

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#161

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

(10 minutes)

62.

Pearce (NM)

#158

(LATE) Prevents funds being used to implement the Bureau of Land Management’s “Onshore Oil and Gas Operations; Federal and Indian Oil and Gas Leases; Site Security” rule.

(10 minutes)

63.

Pearce (NM)

#155

(LATE) Prevent funds from being used to implement the Bureau of Land Management’s “Waste Prevention, Production Subject to Royalties, and Resource Conservation” rule.

(10 minutes)

64.

Young, Don (AK)

#148

(LATE) Prohibits funds from being used to finalize, implement,or enforce the proposed rule entitled "Oil and Gas and Sulphur Operations on the Outer Continental Shelf–Requirements for Exploratory Drilling on the Arctic Outer Continental Shelf" as published February 24, 2015 (80 Fed. Reg. 9916).

(10 minutes)

65.

McEachin (VA)

#144

Prevents funds from being used to prepare a five-year offshore oil and gas leasing program that would schedule OCS oil or gas leases before 2022.

(10 minutes)

66.

Grothman (WI)

#134

Prohibits funds from being used to implement, administer, or enforce the rule entitled "National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone" published by the Environmental Protection Agency in the Federal Register on October 26, 2015.

(10 minutes)

67.

Lamborn (CO)

#131

Prohibits funds for being used to implement or enforce the threatened species or endangered species listing of any plant or wildlife that has not undergone a review as required by section 4(c)(2) of the Endangered Species Act.

(10 minutes)

68.

Lamborn (CO)

#130

Prohibits funds for being used to implement or enforce the threatened species listing of the Preble's meadow jumping mouse under the Endangered Species Act.

(10 minutes)

69.

Knight (CA)

#122

(REVISED) Prohibits funds related to certain mineral contracts.

(10 minutes)

70.

Emmer (MN), Nolan (MN)

#121

Prohibits funding from being used to implement a January 13, 2017 effort by the U.S. Department of Interior and Agriculture to restrict all leasing, exploration, and potential development of approximately 234,328 acres of federal land in Northeast Minnesota.

(10 minutes)

71.

Perry (PA)

#117

Prohibits funds from being used to develop, administer, purchase, acquire, or operate an unmanned aircraft system owned by the Department of Interior or the Environmental Protection Agency to perform surveying, mapping, or collecting remote sensing data.

(10 minutes)

72.

Smith, Jason (MO), Gianforte (MT)

#105

Restricts federal agencies from using funds to pay legal fees under any lawsuit settlement regarding a case that arises under the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act.

(10 minutes)

73.

Mullin, Markwayne (OK)

#101

(REVISED) Prohibits funds for enforcing the Obama Administration’s EPA methane rule.

(10 minutes)

74.

Mullin, Markwayne (OK)

#100

Prohibit funds for implementing the Obama Administration’s Social Cost of Carbon rule.

(10 minutes)

75.

Polis (CO)

#88

(REVISED) Prohibits funds from being used to support the closure or consolidation of any regional office of the Environmental Protection Agency.

(10 minutes)

76.

Polis (CO)

#76

Prohibits the use of funds to pursue any extra-legal ways to transfer Federal lands to private owners in contravention of existing law.

(10 minutes)

77.

Norman (SC)

#64

(REVISED) Reduce total appropriations to the Environmental Protection Agency by $1,869,087,000.

(10 minutes)

78.

Cramer, Kevin (ND)

#60

(REVISED) Prohibits funds to enforce the Bureau of Land Management rule “Onshore Oil and Gas Operations; Federal and Indian Oil and Gas Leases; Measurement of Gas” finalized on November 17, 2016.

(10 minutes)

79.

Speier (CA)

#181

(LATE) Prohibits any funds in the bill from being used towards the National Park Services' proposed Dog Management Rule int he Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

(10 minutes)

80.

Sessions (TX)

#182

(LATE) Prohibits funds from being used to implement, administer, or enforce section 261.13 of title 36, Code of Federal Regulations, to prevent the Forest Service from blocking property access for private landowners in the region.

(10 minutes)

 

Amendments to Division C – (Commerce, Justice, & Science & Related Agencies)

81.

Castro (TX)

#43

Increases funding for Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms.

(10 minutes)

82.

Reichert (WA)

#123

Adds $10 million for competitive and evidence-based programs to reduce gun crime and gang violence, which is offset by a $10 million reduction from the general administration account for the Department of Justice.

(10 minutes)

83.

Mitchell (MI)

#15

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

(10 minutes)

84.

Demings (FL), Butterfield (NC), Velázquez (NY), Jackson Lee (TX)

#118

Increases funding for the Minority Business Development Agency by $5 million, offset by a reduction to Department of Commerce, Departmental Management, Salaries and Expenses.

(10 minutes)

85.

Comstock (VA), Poliquin (ME), Stefanik (NY), Barletta (PA), Rosen (NV), Hultgren (IL), McMorris Rodgers (WA)

#105

(REVISED) Transfers $30 million from the Census Periodic Censuses and Programs account to the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP).

(10 minutes)

86.

Courtney (CT), Larson, John (CT)

#79

Directs the National Institute of Standards and Technology to consider establishing standards for acceptable levels of pyrrhotite in concrete aggregate, and to continue providing technical assistance to those interested in pyrrhotite detection, prevention, and mitigation tools.

(10 minutes)

87.

Torres (CA), Khanna (CA), Rosen (NV), Esty (CT)

#20

Increases funding for the Manufacturing Extension Partnership program which is offset by a reduction in funding for the General Administration Salaries and Expenses of the Department of Justice.

(10 minutes)

88.

Lipinski (IL), LoBiondo (NJ)

#2

Restores $10.1M in funding to maintain on-site Information Technology Officers in each National Weather Service Forecast Office.

(10 minutes)

89.

Lipinski (IL), LoBiondo (NJ)

#1

Restores $1.2M in funding and eliminates the need to cut staff in the NWS National Centers for Environmental Prediction or consolidate functions into the Weather Prediction Center.

(10 minutes)

90.

Bonamici (OR), Peters, Scott (CA), Pingree (ME), Beyer (VA), Heck, Denny (WA)

#139

(LATE) Increases funding for ocean acidification program and decrease by same to highlight importance of program to help coastal communities.

(10 minutes)

91.

McKinley (WV)

#131

(LATE) Provides funding for the NOAA Environmental Security Computing Center to support an increase in electrical capacity and completion of the build out.

(10 minutes)

92.

Bonamici (OR)

#138

(LATE) Increases funding for the National Ocean Service to do coastal monitoring and assessment of harmful algal blooms. Decreases funding by same.

(10 minutes)

93.

Buchanan (FL), Mast (FL)

#45

(REVISED) Increases funding for NOAA’s National Ocean Service by $8,000,000 to detect, respond to, and develop new and innovative technologies to mitigate impacts from some of the country’s most challenging Harmful Algal Blooms -- red tides caused by Karenia brevis algae and decreases funding from Department of Commerce’s Departmental Management by the same amount.

(10 minutes)

94.

Rosen (NV)

#8

Maintains FY17 funding level for National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE).

(10 minutes)

95.

Demings (FL), Langevin (RI), Butterfield (NC)

#116

Restores funding for DOJ Youth Mentoring grants to the FY17 level (+5 million), offset by a reduction to Department of Justice, General Administration, Salaries and Expenses.

(10 minutes)

96.

Lujan Grisham (NM)

#94

Increases funds for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program by $5 million and reduces DOJ General Administration by the same amount.

(10 minutes)

97.

Castro (TX)

#12

Increases funding for the Body Worn Camera Partnership Initiative.

(10 minutes)

98.

Norman (SC)

#33

(REVISED) Transfers funding from the Department of Justice (DOJ) General Administration Account to Opioid Abuse Reduction Activities.

(10 minutes)

99.

McSally (AZ), Arrington (TX), Gosar (AZ)

#41

(REVISED) Increases State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) funding which reimburses states and localities for the costs of incarcerating unlawfully present individuals who have committed crimes in the United States by $10 million.

(10 minutes)

100.

Issa (CA)

#87

Increases funding for the Debbie Smith DNA Backlog Grant Program and equally decreases funding for asset forfeiture.

(10 minutes)

101.

Cohen (TN), Fitzpatrick (PA)

#16

Increases funding for Legal Services Corporation by $10 million, offset by a $10 million reduction to the increased amount allocated in the bill to the U.S. Marshals Service.

(10 minutes)

102.

Cohen (TN), Maloney, Carolyn (NY)

#17

Increases funding for the Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) by $4 million, offset by a $4 million reduction to the increased amount allocated in the bill to the Drug Enforcement Administration.

(10 minutes)

103.

Brownley (CA), Rosen (NV), Keating (MA)

#50

(REVISED) Increases funds for Veterans Treatment Courts by $3 million, off-set with $3 million from DEA.

(10 minutes)

104.

DeSaulnier (CA), Esty (CT)

#80

Increases funding for opioid treatment through the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) by $98 million.

(10 minutes)

105.

Grothman (WI)

#129

(LATE) Reduces the funding level for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives by five percent.

(10 minutes)

106.

Buck (CO)

#62

Strikes language that currently prevents funds from being used to process applications for relief from personal firearms disabilities.

(10 minutes)

107.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#34

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), and that providing victims of trafficking access to information about their eligibility to receive SNAP benefits does not constitute the type of SNAP recruitment activities or “advertising” of the SNAP program prohibited by the bill and by Section 4018 of the Agriculture Act of 2014 (Public Law No: 113-079).

(10 minutes)

108.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#89

(REVISED) Provides funds for the support of Juvenile Justice.

(10 minutes)

109.

Pascrell (NJ), Reichert (WA)

#107

Provides $100 million for the COPS Hiring Program.

(10 minutes)

110.

Cicilline (RI)

#57

Provides funding to provide training and resources for first responders on carrying and administering an opioid overdose reversal drug or device approved or cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, and purchasing such a drug or device for first responders to carry.

(10 minutes)

111.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#77

Increases by $2 million grants that support community initiatives and expand mental health and drug treatment. Funds facilitate collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, and mental health and substance abuse treatment systems to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the justice system.

(10 minutes)

112.

Smith, Lamar (TX)

#150

(LATE) Increases basic research in the physical and biological sciences by 0.5% of the NSF Research budget.

(10 minutes)

113.

DeLauro (CT), Frankel (FL)

#29

Strikes section prohibiting the EEOC from using funds to implement pay data collection.

(10 minutes)

114.

King, Steve (IA)

#48

(REVISED) Ensures that funds are not used in contravention of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 to support sanctuary cities.

(10 minutes)

115.

Zeldin (NY)

#85

Lifts the ban on striped bass fishing in the Block Island Transit Zone between Montauk, NY and Block Island, RI.

(10 minutes)

116.

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#135

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

(10 minutes)

117.

Norton (DC)

#5

Prohibits the Federal Bureau of Prisons from requiring individuals in halfway houses or on home confinement to pay a subsistence fee.

(10 minutes)

118.

Latta (OH)

#24

(REVISED) Prohibits the ATF from reclassifying the M855 ammunition as armor piercing ammunition.

(10 minutes)

119.

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

#10

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

(10 minutes)

120.

King, Steve (IA)

#132

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

(10 minutes)

121.

Gaetz (FL)

#60

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

(10 minutes)

122.

Deutch (FL), Curbelo (FL), Hastings, Alcee (FL), Frankel (FL), Ros-Lehtinen (FL), Wasserman Schultz (FL)

#134

(LATE) Prohibits NOAA from using funds to relocate the Southeast Fisheries Science Center located in Virginia Key, Florida.

(10 minutes)

123.

Crowley (NY)

#44

Prohibits funds in the bill for private prisons.

(10 minutes)

124.

Byrne (AL), Flores (TX)

#40

(REVISED) States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to implement, administer, or enforce Executive Order No. 13547 (75 Fed. Reg. 43023, relating to the stewardship of oceans, coasts, and the Great Lakes), including the National Ocean Policy developed under such Executive Order.

(10 minutes)

125.

Buck (CO)

#136

(LATE) (REVISED) Requires that localities receiving State Criminal Alien Assistance Program funds comply with federal immigration law.

(10 minutes)

126.

Amash (MI), Sanford (SC), Labrador (ID), Rohrabacher (CA), Blumenauer (OR), Jayapal (WA), Khanna (CA), Beyer (VA), Gabbard (HI)

#70

Restricts the federal government’s use of adoptive forfeiture.

(10 minutes)

127.

Roskam (IL)

#86

Prohibits funds from being used to pay bonuses to the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery section of DOJ until they complete the backlog of remission and mitigation petitions that IRS forwarded to them as of June 26, 2017.

(10 minutes)

128.

LaMalfa (CA)

#146

(LATE) Prohibits funding to implement salmon trap and haul program in order to further examine alternatives with greater likelihood of long term success.

(10 minutes)

129.

Walberg (MI), Cohen (TN), McClintock (CA), Ellison (MN)

#46

Limits funds to carry out Department of Justice Policy Directive 17-1, which reinstates the adoptive seizure policy and circumvents state limitations on civil asset forfeiture.

(10 minutes)

130.

Raskin (MD), Conyers (MI), Sensenbrenner (WI)

#67

Prohibits funds from being used to implement Order Number 3946-2017 allowing Department of Justice components and agencies to forfeit assets seized by State or local law enforcement agencies.

(10 minutes)

 

Amendments to Division F – (Labor, Health and Human Services, Education & Related Agencies)

131.

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.

(10 minutes)

132.

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

#60

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

(10 minutes)

133.

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.

(10 minutes)

134.

DeLauro (CT)

#20

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

(10 minutes)

135.

Pocan (WI), Ellison (MN)

#146

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

(10 minutes)

136.

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.

(10 minutes)

137.

Pocan (WI)

#145

Increase funding to OSHA.

(10 minutes)

138.

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.

(10 minutes)

139.

Foster (IL)

#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

(10 minutes)

140.

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.

(10 minutes)

141.

Lujan Grisham (NM), Barragán, (CA)

#115

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

(10 minutes)

142.

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.

(10 minutes)

143.

Bonamici (OR)

#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.

(10 minutes)

144.

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.

(10 minutes)

145.

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.

(10 minutes)

146.

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.

(10 minutes)

147.

Keating (MA)

#93

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

(10 minutes)

148.

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.

(10 minutes)

149.

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.

(10 minutes)

150.

Tenney (NY)

#47

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

(10 minutes)

151.

DeSaulnier (CA)

#27

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

(10 minutes)

152.

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.

(10 minutes)

153.

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.

(10 minutes)

154.

DeLauro (CT)

#18

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

(10 minutes)

155.

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.

(10 minutes)

156.

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.

(10 minutes)

157.

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.

(10 minutes)

158.

Bonamici (OR)

#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.

(10 minutes)

159.

McSally (AZ), Stefanik (NY)

#100

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

(10 minutes)

160.

Lujan (NM)

#158

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

(10 minutes)

161.

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.

(10 minutes)

162.

Bonamici (OR), Costello (PA)

#138

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

(10 minutes)

163.

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.

(10 minutes)

164.

Courtney (CT)

#83

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

(10 minutes)

165.

Grijalva (AZ)

#173

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

(10 minutes)

166.

DeSaulnier (CA), Thompson, Glenn (PA)

#81

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

(10 minutes)

167.

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.

(10 minutes)

168.

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%.

(10 minutes)

169.

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#73

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

(10 minutes)

170.

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.

(10 minutes)

171.

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#175

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

(10 minutes)

172.

Meadows (NC)

#150

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

(10 minutes)

173.

Walberg (MI), Perry (PA)

#110

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

(10 minutes)

174.

Blackburn (TN)

#105

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

(10 minutes)

175.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#91

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

(10 minutes)

176.

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.

(10 minutes)

177.

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.

(10 minutes)

178.

Murphy, Tim (PA)

#87

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

(10 minutes)

179.

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.

(10 minutes)

180.

Gaetz (FL)

#67

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

(10 minutes)

181.

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.

(10 minutes)

182.

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.

(10 minutes)

183.

Huizenga (MI), Kelly (PA)

#44

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

(10 minutes)

184.

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.

(10 minutes)

185.

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.

(10 minutes)

186.

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

#37

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

(10 minutes)

187.

Gibbs (OH)

#10

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

(10 minutes)

188.

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.

(10 minutes)

189.

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

#7

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

(10 minutes)

 

Amendments to Division D – (Financial Services, and General Government)

190.

Roskam (IL), Zeldin (NY), Lamborn (CO)

#37

Prohibits any funds from being used to authorize a transaction by a U.S. financial institution (as defined under section 561.309 of title 31, Code of Federal Regulations) that is ordinarily incident to the export or re-export of a commercial passenger aircraft to the Islamic Republic of Iran.

(10 minutes)

191.

Roskam (IL), Zeldin (NY), Lamborn (CO)

#36

Prohibits any funds from being used to issue a license pursuant to any Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) memo regarding section 5.1.1 of Annex II to the JCPOA, including the OFAC memo titled, “Statement of Licensing Policy For Activities Related to the Export Or Re-Export to Iran of Commercial Passenger Aircraft and Related Parts and Services’’ and any other OFAC memo of the same substance.

(10 minutes)

192.

Palmer (AL), Biggs (AZ)

#33

Prohibits funds from being used to implement the District of Columbia's Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment Act.

(10 minutes)

193.

King, Steve (IA)

#114

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

(10 minutes)

194.

Kuster, Ann (NH)

#88

.902M, or its FY2017 amount, and decreases funding for the General Services Administration’s real property account by the same amount.

(10 minutes)

195.

Posey (FL)

#53

(REVISED) Reduces the Internal Revenue Service's Operations Support account by $165,300.00 and transfers that amount to the Spending Reduction account.

(10 minutes)

196.

Norton (DC)

#6

Strikes the repeal of the District of Columbia’s Local Budget Autonomy Amendment Act of 2012.

(10 minutes)

197.

Murphy, Stephanie (FL)

#10

Increases funding for Small Business Administration, Entrepreneurial Development Programs by $1 million, with the increase intended to support the Women's Business Centers program. Decreases funding for the Public Buildings Reform Board by $1 million.

(10 minutes)

198.

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

#13

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

(10 minutes)

199.

Ellison (MN)

#16

Strikes section 926 on page 590, relating to bringing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau into the regular appropriations process.

(10 minutes)

200.

Ellison (MN)

#18

Strikes section 915 on page 563, relating to manufactured housing.

(10 minutes)

201.

Ellison (MN)

#22

Strikes section 928, relating to removal of authority to regulate small-dollar credit.

(10 minutes)

202.

Soto (FL)

#27

Increases funding for Tax Counseling for the Elderly by $1 million.

(10 minutes)

203.

Blackburn (TN)

#28

Calls for 1% across the board cut amendment to RCP 115-31, Division D

(10 minutes)

204.

Mitchell (MI)

#29

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

(10 minutes)

205.

Jenkins, Evan (WV), Barr (KY)

#30

Increases funding for the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) by $6 million with an offset from the IRS Enforcement account.

(10 minutes)

206.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#44

Increases funding for the Fund Program Account of the Community Development Financial Institutions by $500,000 and reduces funding for taxpayer services at IRS by $1 million.

(10 minutes)

207.

Huizenga (MI)

#46

Prohibits the use of funds to implement, administer, or enforce a SEC rule pursuant to Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act relating to conflict minerals.

(10 minutes)

208.

Sensenbrenner (WI), Duffy (WI)

#48

Prohibits the Consumer Product Safety Commission from using funds during Fiscal Year 2018 to finalize their proposed rule from November 2016 to limit carbon monoxide emissions from portable generators.

(10 minutes)

209.

Cartwright (PA), Cole (OK), Jones (NC), Beyer (VA), Ratcliffe (TX), Shea-Porter (NH), Donovan (NY), Kilmer (WA), Bishop, Rob (UT), Loebsack (IA)

#49

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.

(10 minutes)

210.

Kustoff (TN)

#56

Increases funding to the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas program by $10 million and reduces the General Services Administration’s rental of space allocation by $10 million

(10 minutes)

211.

Heck, Denny (WA), McSally (AZ)

#62

Restores funding for the Small Business Administration’s ScaleUp program, offset by the Department of the Treasury’s salaries and expenses account.

(10 minutes)

212.

Gaetz (FL)

#70

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

(10 minutes)

213.

Rooney, Francis (FL)

#71

(REVISED) Eliminates funding for Harry S Truman Scholarship Foundation Trust Fund

(10 minutes)

214.

Schneider (IL)

#80

Increases funding for Small Business Administration, Entrepreneurial Development Programs by $4 million, with the increase intended to support Entrepreneurship Education.

(10 minutes)

215.

Courtney (CT), Larson, John (CT)

#85

Provides funding to develop a revenue procedure related to the deduction of casualty losses in homes experiencing damage over time

(10 minutes)

216.

Lujan Grisham (NM)

#92

Increases SBA Entrepreneurial Development Programs by $5 million and reduces SBA Salaries and Expenses by the same amount.

(10 minutes)

217.

Comstock (VA), McKinley (WV)

#97

Increases funds for the High Intensity Drug Trafficking (HIDTA) by $5,000,000 and reduces the funds in the rental of space program under the GSA Real Property Activities Federal Building Funds by $5,000,000.

(10 minutes)

218.

Grothman (WI)

#99

Decreases funding for the care of the Supreme Court building and grounds by $501,000.

(10 minutes)

219.

Denham (CA)

#109

Transfers $1 million from the Asset Proceeds and Space Management Fund into the Public Buildings Reform Board Account for effective implementation of the Federal Assets Sale and Transfer Act of 2016 (P.L. 114-287) to provide the highest return for the taxpayer.

(10 minutes)

220.

Gabbard (HI), Hanabusa (HI)

#115

(LATE) Increases funding by $1 million for financial assistance, technical assistance, training and outreach programs designed to benefit Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Native Alaskan communities.

(10 minutes)

221.

Amodei (NV)

#2

(REVISED) Strikes section 906 in title IX which would eliminate the provision of the bill which subjects the NCUA to appropriations.

(10 minutes)

222.

Kildee (MI)

#42

Strikes Sec. 133, which prohibits Treasury from enforcing rule or guideline implementing the Treasury guidance that ends US support of multilateral development bank funding for new overseas coal projects.

(10 minutes)

223.

Jackson Lee (TX)

#43

(REVISED) Provides additional funding to the Taxpayer Advocate Service for the purpose of assisting the parents of a deceased child, when that child's information has been stolen and used on personal income taxes filed with the IRS, when the parent or guardian of record must report the identity theft of their deceased child's information.

(10 minutes)

224.

Velázquez (NY), Meng (NY)

#108

(REVISED) Increases funding for Small Business Administration, Entrepreneurial Development Programs by $10 million, with the increase intended to specifically support Small Business Development Centers.

(10 minutes)