H.Res. 512: Senate amendment to H.R. 22 – Hire More Heroes Act of 2015 [Senate DRIVE Act]

COMMITTEE ACTION: REPORTED BY VOICE VOTE on Monday, Novemebr 3, 2015.
FLOOR ACTION: ADOPTED BY A RECORD VOTE OF 243-183 AFTER ORDERING THE PREVIOUS QUESTION BY A RECORD VOTE OF 241-183 on Wednesday, November 4, 2015.

MANAGERS:Polis/Woodall

114th Congress

1st Session

Rule

H.RES. 512

Report No. 114-326

 

Senate amendment to H.R. 22 - Hire More Heroes Act of 2015 [Senate DRIVE Act]

  1. Provides for further consideration of the Senate amendments to H.R. 22 under a structured rule.
  2. Section 2 makes in order only the further amendments to the amendment consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 114-32 printed in part A of the Rules Committee report and amendments en bloc. Each further amendment printed in part A of the report 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debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, may be withdrawn by the proponent at any time before action thereon, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
  3. Provides that it shall be in order at any time for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to offer amendments en bloc consisting of amendments printed in part A of 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 Transportation and Infrastructure or their designees, shall not be subject to amendment, 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 part A of the report and amendments offered en bloc.
  5. Section 3 makes in order only those further amendments to the Senate amendment, as amended, printed in part B of the Rules Committee report. Each such further amendment 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debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, may be withdrawn by the proponent at any time before action thereon, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
  6. Waives all points of order against the further amendments printed in part B of the report.
  7. Section 4 provides that if the Committee of the Whole reports the Senate amendment, as amended, back to the House with multiple amendments, the question of their adoption shall be put to the House en gros and without division of the question.
  8. Provides that if the Committee of the Whole reports the Senate amendment, as amended, back to the House without further amendment or the question of adoption of amendments en gros fails, no further consideration of the Senate amendments shall be in order except pursuant to a subsequent order of the House.
  9. Section 5 provides that the Chair may postpone further consideration of the Senate amendments in the House to such time as may be designated by the Speaker.
  10. Section 6 provides that upon adoption of the further amendment or amendments in the House: (1) a motion that the House concur in the Senate amendment to the text, as amended, with such further amendment or amendments shall be considered as adopted; (2) the Clerk shall engross the action of the House as a single amendment in the nature of a substitute; (3) a motion that the House concur in the Senate amendment to the title shall be considered as adopted; and ( 4) it shall be in order for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to move that the House insist on its amendment to the Senate amendment to H.R. 22 and request a conference with the Senate thereon.
  11. Section 7 provides that the chair of the Committee on Armed Services may insert in the Congressional Record not later than November 16, 2015, such material as he may deem explanatory of defense authorization measures for the fiscal year 2016.

 

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 Senate amendment to the text of the bill (H.R. 22) to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to exempt employees with health coverage under TRICARE or the Veterans Administration from being taken into account for purposes of determining the employers to which the employer mandate applies under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Sec. 2. (a) No further amendment to the amendment referred to in section 2(a) of House Resolution 507 shall be in order except those printed in part A of the report of the Committee on Rules accompanying this resolution and amendments en bloc described in subsection (c).

(b) Each further amendment printed in part A of 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, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.

(c) It shall be in order at any time for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to offer amendments en bloc consisting of amendments printed in part A of the report of the Committee on Rules not earlier disposed of. Amendments en bloc offered pursuant to this subsection 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 Transportation and Infrastructure or their designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.

(d) All points of order against the further amendments printed in part A of the report of the Committee on Rules or amendments en bloc described in subsection (c) are waived.

Sec. 3. No further amendment to the Senate amendment, as amended, shall be in order except those printed in part B of the report of the Committee on Rules accompanying this resolution. Each such further amendment 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, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question in the House or in the Committee of the Whole. All points of order against such further amendments are waived.

Sec. 4. (a) At the conclusion of consideration of the Senate amendment for amendment the Committee of the Whole shall rise and report the Senate amendment, as amended, to the House with such further amendments as may have been adopted.

(b) If the Committee reports the Senate amendment, as amended, back to the House with a further amendment or amendments, the previous question shall be considered as ordered on the question of adoption of such further amendment or amendments without intervening motion. In the case of sundry further amendments reported from the Committee, the question of their adoption shall be put to the House en gros and without division of the question.

(c) If the Committee reports the Senate amendment, as amended, back to the House without further amendment or the question of adoption referred to in subsection (b) fails, no further consideration of the Senate amendments shall be in order except pursuant to a subsequent order of the House.

Sec. 5. The Chair may postpone further consideration of the Senate amendments in the House to such time as may be designated by the Speaker.

Sec. 6. Upon adoption of the further amendment or amendments in the House pursuant to section 4(b) of this resolution-

(a) a motion that the House concur in the Senate amendment to the text, as amended, with such further amendment or amendments shall be considered ·as adopted;

(b) the Clerk shall engross the action of the House under subsection (a) as a single amendment in the nature of a substitute;

(c) a motion that the House concur in the Senate amendment to the title shall be considered as adopted; and

(d) it shall be in order for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to move that the House insist on its amendment to the Senate amendment to H.R. 22 and request a conference with the Senate thereon.

Sec. 7. The chair of the Committee on Armed Services may insert in the Congressional Record not later than November 16, 2015, such material as he may deem explanatory of defense authorization measures for the fiscal year 2016.

 

SUMMARY OF AMENDMENTS IN PART A PROPOSED TO BE MADE IN ORDER

(Amendments to Rules Committee Print 114-32)

(summaries derived from information provided by sponsors)

Sponsor

#

Description

Debate Time

1. Cummings  (MD), Clyburn (SC), Brown, Corrine (FL), Edwards (MD), Johnson, Eddie Bernice (TX), Carson (IN)

#181

(LATE) Makes a technical and conforming change to harmonize the U.S. DOT's and the U.S. Small Business Administration's small business size standards that are used for direct federal government contracting and federally assisted contracting.

(10 minutes)

2. Ryan, Tim (OH)

#136

(REVISED) Clarifies that alternative fuel vehicles are eligible for consideration and use of funding under the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program

(10 minutes)

3. Hunter (CA)

#105

Facilitates the supply of domestic aggregate for nationally significant freight and highway projects.

(10 minutes)

4. Sablan (MP), Radewagen, Aumua Amata Coleman (AS)

#32

(REVISED) Allows ferry operations between U.S.  territories or between a state and territory eligible for FBP funds.

(10 minutes)

5. DeSaulnier (CA)

#21

Directs states and metropolitan planning organizations to develop publicly available criteria to prioritize transportation projects.

(10 minutes)

6. Grijalva (AZ)

#184

(LATE) Strikes Subtitle C, except section 1314.

(10 minutes)

7. Hunter (CA), Curbelo (FL), Farenthold (TX), Brown, Corrine (FL)

#177

(LATE) Establishes a program to permit the use of love plant materials for roadside maintenance.

(10 minutes)

8. Denham (CA), Brown, Corrine (FL), Costello (P A), Ashford (NE)

#40

Clarifies the intent of Congress and ensure the motor- carrier industry can operate under one standard when engaging in commerce. Pre-empts a patchwork of 50 different state meal and rest break laws to provide certainty for regional carriers doing business.

(10 minutes)

9. Aguilar (CA)

#92

Requires that the DOT, in coordination with DOD, implement the recommendations of a report issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to help veterans transition into civilian jobs driving commercial motor vehicles, including by obtaining commercial driver's license.

(10 minutes)

10. Hahn (CA), Cicilline (RI)

#65

Directs the Secretary to conduct a study of the feasibility, costs, and economic impact of burying power lines underground.

(10 minutes)

11. Heck, Denny (WA), Kilmer (WA)

#89

(REVISED) Requires the Department of Transportation to develop a set of best practices for the installation and maintenance of green stormwater infrastructure, and assist any state requesting help to develop a stormwater management plan by providing guidance based on those best practices.

(10 minutes)

12. King, Steve (lA), Duncan (SC), Foxx (NC), Amash (MI), Franks (AZ)

#1

Requires that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to implement, administer, or enforce the prevailing rate wage requirements of the Davis-Bacon Act

(10 minutes)

13. Larsen, Rick (WA)

#36

Creates an expedited process for smaller TIFIA loans backed by local revenue sources, so they can be accessible to smaller cities and counties.

(10 minutes)

14. Culberson (TX)

#63

Requires local transit entity to have a debt to equity ratio of at least 1 : 1 in order to be eligible for federal funds.

(10 minutes)

15. Comstock (VA), Babin (TX), Beyer (VA), Connolly (VA)

#115

Amends 49 USC 5337(d)(1) to include those public transportation vehicles that operate on high-occupancy toll lanes that were converted from high-occupancy vehicle lanes during peak hours.

(10 minutes)

16.Meng (NY), Love (UT)

#85

Requires the Secretary to revise the crash investigation data collection system to include additional data regarding child restraint systems whenever there are child occupants present in vehicle crashes.

(10 minutes)

17. Russell (OK)

#26

(REVISED) Prohibits Federal financial assistance to establish, maintain, operate, or otherwise support a streetcar service. This prohibition does not apply to contracts entered into before the date of enactment of this Act.

(10 minutes)

18. Edwards (MD), Comstock (VA)

#102

Gives USDOT authority to appoint and oversee the fed board members to the WMA TA board, while currently GSA has this responsibility.

(10 minutes)

19. Frankel (FL)

#130

Requires Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) scores to remain publicly available during the National Research Council of the National Academies study of the CSA Program required by Section 5221, adds a provision to the new broker-shipper hiring standard created by Section 5224 to prohibit the hiring of "high risk carriers" as defined by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, and removes several studies.

(10 minutes)

20. Duncan (TN), Paulsen (MN)

#6

Clarifies that motor carriers who have not been prioritized for a compliance review by FMCSA due to their safe operations are equal in safety status to "satisfactory" rated carriers.

(10 minutes)

21. Lewis, John (GA)

#12

Strikes the graduated commercial driver's license program language in H.R. 3763 and replaces it with a study on the safety of intrastate teen truck drivers.

(10 minutes)

22. Johnson, Hank(GA)

#146

Strikes language that sets up a new procedural criteria for an FMCSA study on minimum trucking insurance that is already underway.

(10 minutes)

23. Ribble (WI), Hanna (NY), Cramer, Kevin (ND), Lipinski (IL)

#113

(REVISED) Increases the air-mile radius from 50 air-miles to 75 air-miles for the transportation of construction materials and equipment, to satisfy the 24- hour reset period under Hours of Service rules. Gives states the ability to opt out of this increase if the distances entirely included within the state's borders.

(10 minutes)

24. Schweikert (AZ)

#47

Creates a pilot program for reduction of department-owned vehicles and increase in use of ride-sharing services.

(10 minutes)

25. Schweikert (AZ)

#48

Creates a study and report on reducing the amount of vehicles in federal fleets and replacing necessary vehicles with ride-sharing services.

(10 minutes)

26. Reichert (WA), Schrader (OR), Newhouse (WA), Coffman (CO), Radewagen Aumua Amata Coleman (AS)

#155

 (LATE) Requests a GAO study on the economic impact of contract negotiations at ports on the west coast.

(10 minutes)

27. Newhouse (WA), Schrader (OR)

#120

Directs the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) to establish a port performance statistics program, with quarterly reports to Congress. The program will collect basic uniform data on port performance and provide empirical visibility into how U.S. ports are operating, identify key congestion issues, and ensure U.S. commerce continues to flow efficiently.

(10 minutes)

28. Lipinski (IL), Quigley (IL), Dold (IL), Davis, Rodney (IL)

#18

Expresses the Sense of Congress that Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is an eligible activity under the RRlF program.

(10 minutes)

29. DeSantis (FL)

#180

(LATE) Empowers States with authority for most taxing and spending for highway programs and mass transit programs, and for other purposes.

(10 minutes)

30. Moore, Gwen (WI)

#24

Express the Sense of Congress that the Department of Transportation should better enforce its existing rules requiring that small businesses owned by disadvantaged individuals are promptly paid for work satisfactorily completed on federally funded transportation projects.

(10 minutes)

31. Graves, Garret (LA)

#50

(REVISED) Amends the nationally significant freight and highway projects program to allow consideration for projects to improve energy security and emergency evacuation routes.

(10 minutes)

32. Polis (CO)

#174

(LATE) Designates the freight corridor running along Route 70 from Denver, CO to Salt Lake City, UT as a 'Corridor of High Priority.'

(10 minutes)

33. Bonamici (OR)

#128

Designates the Oregon 99W Newberg-Dundee Bypass Route between Newberg, Oregon and Dayton, Oregon as a high priority corridor.

(10 minutes)

34.Schrader (OR)

#33

Designates Interstate Route 205 in Oregon as a High Priority Corridor from its intersection with Interstate Route 5 to the Columbia River.

(10 minutes)

35. Duffy (WI), Ribble (WI)

#9

Increases weight limit restrictions for logging vehicles on a 13-mile stretch ofl-39 to match Wisconsin state law.

(10 minutes)

36. Crawford (AR), Nolan (MN)

#60

Permits specific vehicles to use a designated three miles on U.S. 63 in Arkansas during daylight hours only. The exemption would eliminate the need for construction of an access road and would qualify the entire road for the designation as Interstate 555.

(10 minutes)

37. Fitzpatrick (PA)

#74

Clarifies that Section 130 funds may be used for projects that eliminate hazards posed by blocked grade crossings due to idling trains, such as when an ambulance or fire truck is blocked and unable to respond to an emergency.

(10 minutes)

38. Lipinski (IL ), Davis, Rodney (IL), Pocan (WI), Reed (NY), McCollum (MN), Hanna (NY), Brady, Robert (PA), Hastings, Alcee (FL), Esty (CT), Garamendi (CA), Lowenthal (CA), Frankel (FL), Lieu (CA), Katko (NY), Bustos (IL)

#106

Exempts certain welding trucks used in the pipeline  industry from certain provisions under the FMCSR's

 

39. Nolan (MN), Crawford (AR)

#3

Permits "covered logging vehicles"- which are considered raw or unfinished forest products including logs, pulpwood, biomass, or wood chips- that have a gross vehicle weight of no more than 99,000 pounds and has no less than six-axles to operate on a 24.152 mile segment ofl-35 in Minnesota.

(10 minutes)

40. Cohen (TN), LoBiondo (NJ), Langevin (RI)

#54

Allows local transit agencies that have demonstrated para-transit improvement activities the flexibility to use up to 20 percent of their Section 5307 funds.

(10 minutes)

41. Veasey (TX)

#150

(REVISED) Clarifies that public demand response  transit providers includes services for seniors and persons with disabilities.

(10 minutes)

42. Lipinski (IL), Nadler (NY), Dold (IL)

#110

(REVISED) Restores local flexibility for New Starts projects.

(10 minutes)

43. Adams (NC)

#5

(REVISED) Clarifies minority groups to be targeted in human resources outreach and brings bill text in line with existing law in Title V.

(10 minutes)

44. Foxx (NC), DelBene (WA)

#185

 (LATE) (REVISED) Makes performance assessments for the Frontline Workforce Development Program consistent with assessments currently in place for similar programs authorized through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of2014.

(10 minutes)

45. Lawrence (MI)

#31

Requires the Interagency Coordination Council onAccess and Mobility to submit a report to House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation containing the final recommendations of the Council.

(10 minutes)

46. Moore, Gwen (WI)

#25

Requires a GAO study on the impact of the changesmade by MAP-21 to the Jobs Access and ReverseCommute (JARC) program on the ability of low-income individuals served by JARC to use public transportation to get to work.

(10 minutes)

47. Davis, Rodney (IL), Lipinski (IL)

#132

Allows general freight to be carried by an automobile transporter on a backhaul trip only.

(10 minutes)

48. Moore, Gwen (WI)

#58

 (REVISED) Allows current teen traffic safety funding to be used to support school-based driver's education classes that promote safe driving and help meet the state's graduated driving license requirements, including behind the wheel training.

(10 minutes)

49. Crawford (AR), Jenkins (KS), Ryan, Tim (OH), Johnson, Eddie Bernice (TX)

#93

Permits two light- or medium-duty trailers to be towed together, only when empty and being delivered to a retailed for sale, subject to length and weight limitations, and operated by professional CDL drivers.

(10 minutes)

50.Meng (NY), Cramer, Kevin (ND)

#86

Requires that GAO perform a review of existing federal and state rules concerning school bus transportation of elementary and secondary school students, and issue recommendations on best practices for safe and reliable school bus transportation.

(10 minutes)

51. Meng (NY), Cramer, Kevin (ND)

#84

Adds "consumer privacy protections" to the list of items that GAO must review when issuing its public assessment of the "organizational readiness of the Department to address autonomous vehicle technology challenges," as required by section 6024 of the Rules Committee Print.

(10 minutes)

52. Napolitano (CA)

#13

Requires the Secretary to consult with States to determine whether there are safety hazards or concerns specific to a State that should be taken into account when developing the regulations called for in the bill for railroad carriers to maintain a comprehensive oil spill response plan.

(10 minutes)

53. Moulton (MA)

#83

Requires the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to conduct a study on the implementation and efficacy of the European Train Control System to determine the feasibility of implementing such a system throughout the national rail network of the United States.

(10 minutes)

54. Neugebauer (TX), Farenthold (TX), Bustos (IL)

#67

Provides an exemption for various drivers in the  agriculture industry with Class A CDLs so that they would no longer need to obtain a Hazardous Materials endorsement to transport more than 118 gallons of fuel, up to 1,000 gallons.

(10 minutes)

55. Cummings (MD)

#64

(REVISED) Requires submission of a report ontechnologies for identifying track defects to improve rail safety.

(10 minutes)

56. Walz (MN), Lipinski (IL)

#43

(REVISED) Initiates a study on the levels and structure of insurance for a railroad carrier transporting hazardous materials.

(10 minutes)

57. HerreraBeutler (WA), Schrader (OR), Larsen, Rick (WA), Loebsack (lA), Turner (OH)

#156

(LATE) Allows all 50 states to compete for bus and bus facility funding by eliminating the 7 -state set aside High Density Bus program and transferring the funds to the nationwide Competitive Bus Grants, Sec. 5339(d).

(10 minutes)

58. Chabot (OH)

#186

(LATE) Amends certain sections of Title 49 of the US Code to increase penalties relating to commercial motor vehicle safety.

(10 minutes)

 

SUMMARY OF AMENDMENTS IN PART B PROPOSED TO BE MADE IN ORDER

(Amendments to the Senate Amendment)

(summaries derived from information provided by sponsors)

Sponsor

#

Description

Debate Time

1. Perry (PA), Mulvaney (SC)

#28

Increases by 5% each fiscal year for four years, the percent amount that Ex-Im should make available for small businesses. If they do not comply, they are barred for issuing any loans over $100,000,000.

(10 minutes)

2. Mulvaney (SC)

#55

Limits Export-Import Bank authorizations to countervailing purposes in order to meet competition from foreign export credit agencies.

(10 minutes)

3. Mulvaney (SC)

#56

Requires Export-Import Bank authorizations above $10 million to be contingent on at least two denials of similar assistance from the private sector. Stipulates penalties for making false claims when seeking Bank assistance.

(10 minutes)

4. Mulvaney (SC)

#60

Prohibits Export-Import Bank authorizations involving countries with a sovereign wealth fund of over $1 00 billion.

(10 minutes)

5. Mulvaney (SC)

#64

Reduces taxpayer exposure by removing Treasury  guarantees for losses at the Export-Import Bank and removes borrowing authority from the Treasury.

(10 minutes)

6. Mulvaney (SC)

#65

Limits taxpayer exposure by ensuring diversification of industries and companies at the Export-Import Bank.

(10 minutes)

7. Rothfus (PA)

#8

Prohibits the Export Import Bank from providing a guarantee or extending credit to a foreign borrower in connection with the export of goods or services by a U.S. company unless the U.S. company guarantees repayment of, and pledges collateral in an amount sufficient to cover, a percentage of the amount provided by the Bank and makes that guarantee senior to any other obligation. The amendment provides an exception to this requirement for small businesses.

(10 minutes)

8. Royce (CA)

#66

Prohibits Export-Import Bank assistance to state  sponsors of terrorism. The current prohibition under the Foreign Assistance Act is subject to low threshold waivers by the President.

(10 minutes)

9. Schweikert (AZ)

#16

Adds Fair Value Accounting Principles to the EX-IM provision of the underlying bill.

(10 minutes)

10. Young, David (lA)

#10

Requires the agency to disclose information on which a rule is based including data, studies, and cost-benefit analyses to the public.

(10 minutes)

11. Pompeo (KS)

#19

Directs GAO to conduct a study on how much non- commercial jet fuel tax revenue, paid for by business and general aviation, is diverted to the Highway Trust Fund due to the "fuel fraud" tax.

(10 minutes)

12. Foster (IL)

#33

Requires the Department of Transportation to issue an annual report detailing how the funds authorized in the bill are divided among the states and the sources of those amounts. It would also require the Internal Revenue Service to submit an annual report to Congress detailing the tax burden of each state.

(10 minutes)

13. Williams (TX)

#3

Clarifies that only rental car companies whose primary business is renting vehicles are covered by the new requirements in the Senate passed version of H.R. 22.

(10 minutes)

14. Kinzinger (IL)

#43

Requires auto parts suppliers and manufacturers provide specific information to the Secretary to further compliance of Section 30120(j) of Title 49. Information shall be made available on a public website and through databases to ensure defective auto parts are removed from the supply chain and can be tracked if a recall is ordered.

(10 minutes)

15. Schakowsky (IL)

#51

Improves quality and quantity of information shared about vehicle safety issues among auto manufacturers, NHTSA, and consumers. Also Improves the quality and quantity of safety information provided about used cars at point of sale.

(10 minutes)

16. Mullin, Markwayne (OK)

#39

Requires the Administrator of the Environmental  

Protection Agency to ensure that in promulgating regulations any preference or incentive provided to electric vehicles is also provided to natural gas vehicles.

(10 minutes)

17. Burgess (TX)

#85

(LATE) (REVISED) Modifies and add certain   provisions to the Senate amendments dealing with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

(10 minutes)

18. Neugebauer (TX), Huizenga (MI)

#34

(REVISED) Executes a liquidation of the Federal  

Reserve surplus account and remittance of funds to the U.S. Treasury. The amendment also dissolves the existence of the surplus account on a go-forward basis.

Finally, the amendment ensures future net earnings of the Federal Reserve, in excess of dividend paid, are remitted to the U.S. Treasury.

(10 minutes)

19. Gosar (AZ)

#69

Removes the Administrator of the EPA from list of  individuals who shall designate a council member to the Federal Permitting Improvement council in Section 61002 FEDERAL PERMITTING IMPROVEMENT COUNCIL.

(10 minutes)

20. Goodlatte (VA), Marino (PA)

#42

 (REVISED) Assigns to the Executive Director of the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council power to authorize extensions of permitting timetables, up to a total of fifty percent of the time specified in an original timetable, and to the Director of the Office of Management and Budget the power to authorize any additional extensions, subject to requirements to consult with the permit applicant and report to Congress, and makes further improvements to further streamline administrative procedures for permit review.

(10 minutes)

21. Hensarling (TX)

#86

(LATE) (REVISED) This amendment provides  regulatory relief to facilitate capital formation and to ensure greater consumer access to financial products and services. The amendment also provides for certain reforms concerning mint operations and housing.

(10 minutes)

22. Upton (MI)

#82

(LATE) Provides for a new a new title that includes sections to improve emergency preparedness for energy supply disruptions, resolve environmental and grid reliability conflicts, enhance critical electric infrastructure security, evaluate the feasibility of a strategic transformer reserve, and establishes energy security valuation procedures.

(10 minutes)

23. Westmoreland  (GA)

#15

Allows companies to appeal their economic harm protest directly to the Export-Import Bank Board of  Directors.

(10 minutes)