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U.S. House of Representatives

May 18, 2017

Proceedings of

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Met at 10:00 AM

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Morning Hour

 

  1. McGovern (D), MA (Hunger)

  2. Bost (R), IL (National Police Week)

  3. Speier (R), CA (Transgender Youth)

  4. Emmer (R), MN (Jeremy Gallagher)

  5. Clarke, Yvette (D), NY (Haiti TPS Designation)

  6. Ros-Lehtinen (R), FL (Chechnya Gay Purge)

  7. Costa (D), CA (Infrastructure)

  8. Thompson, Glenn (R), PA (DC Central Kitchen)

  9. Hartzler (R), MO (National Police Week)

  10. Marshall (R), KS (National Police Week)

  11. Roby (R), AL (Afghanistan)

  12. Faso (R), NY (Flexible Flow Management Program)

  13. Banks (R), IN (Trump’s Israel Visit)

  14. Budd (R), NC (Durbin Amendment)

 

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Chair declared the House in recess at 10:55 AM until 12:00 PM.

 

Chair reconvened the House at 12:00 PM.

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Journal approved.

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Lawson (D), FL led the House in the Pledge of Allegiance.

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One Minutes

 

  1. Denham (R), CA (Guest Chaplain)

  2. Wilson, Joe (R), SC (Iran-North Korea Link)

  3. Higgins, Brian (D), NY (Medicare Overbilling Scandal)

  4. Allen (R), GA (National Police Week)

  5. Lawson (D), FL (Infrastructure)

  6. Ros-Lehtinen (R), FL (Roxie O’Neill Bolton)

  7. Gabbard (D), HI (FISA Amendments)

  8. Williams (R), TX (Drowning Deaths)

  9. Kelly (D), IL (Trump Scandal)

  10. Duncan, Jeff (R), SC (Constituent Tribute)

  11. Langevin (D), RI (Defense Labs)

  12. Duncan, John (R), TN (War Spending)

  13. Adams (D), NC (Air Transportation)

  14. Blackburn (R), TN (National Police Week)

  15. Plaskett (D), VI (Special Counsel)

  16. Carter, Buddy (R), TX (National Police Week)

  17. Polis (D), CO (Infrastructure)

  18. Thompson, Glenn (R), PA (Foster Youth)

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H.R. 1039 - Probation Officer Protection Act

 

Rule – 1 Hour             12:29 PM

 

  1. Collins (R), GA

  2. Polis (D), CO

  3. Eshoo (D), CA

  4. Demings (D), FL

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On ordering the previous question:

Polis (D) requested recorded vote.

The Chair postponed vote - 1:04 PM

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Chair declared the House in recess at 1:04 PM until 2:15 PM.

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The House reconvened at 2:15 PM.

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Unfinished Business

 

H.R. 1039 - Probation Officer Protection Act

On ordering the previous question on the rule:

Polis (D) requested recorded vote - 2:16 PM

[263]

YEAS 226       NAYS 188

 

ORDERED                 2:38 PM

 

On adoption of the rule:

Polis (D), CO asked recorded vote - 2:39 PM

[264]

YEAS 230       NAYS 184

 

ADOPTED                 2:47 PM

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H.R. 115 - Thin Blue Line Act

 

Debate – 1 Hour          2:50 PM

 

  1. Goodlatte (R), VA

  2. Conyers (D), MI

  3. Buchanan (R), FL

  4. Nadler (D), NY[kjm]

  5. Johnson (R), LA

  6. Poe (R), TX

  7. Roby (R), AL

  8. Gaetz (R), FL

  9. Jackson Lee (D), TX

  10. Murphy (R), PA

  11. Lamborn (R), CO

 

On passage:

Conyers (D), MI asked recorded vote.

The Chair postponed vote - 3:45 PM

 

The Chair declared the House in ressess at 3:45 PM for a period of less than 15 minutes.

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The House reconvened at 3:57 PM.

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Unfinished Business

 

H.R. 115 - Thin Blue Line Act

 

On passage:

Conyers (D), MI asked recorded vote - 3:57 PM

[265]

YEAS 271       NAYS 143

 

PASSED                     4:21 PM

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H.R. 1892 – Honoring Hometown Heroes Act

 

On susp. of rules & passage (2/3):

Goodlatte (R), VA asked recorded vote.

[266]

YEAS 411       NAYS 1

 

PASSED                     4:28 PM

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One Minutes

 

  1. Bacon (R), NE (First Responders)

  2. Beatty (D), OH (Stroke Awareness Month)

  3. Biggs (R), AZ (Arizona-Mexico Border)

  4. Aguilar (D), CA (Constituent Tribute)

  5. McSally (R), AZ (National Police Week)

  6. Panetta (D), CA (Infrastructure)

  7. Wenstrup (R), OH (Constituent Tribute)

  8. Cardenas (D), CA (Trumpcare)

  9. Rooney (R), WV (Atrocities in Syria)

  10. Wasserman Schultz (D), FL (Constituent Tribute)

  11. Hill (R), AR (Constituent Tribute)

  12. Boyle (D), PA (National Police Week)

  13. Taylor (R), VA (National Police Week)

  14. Adams (D), NC (Trump Scandal)

  15. Foxx (R), NC (Constituent Tribute)

  16. Maloney (D), NY (Trumpcare)

  17. Moolenaar (R), MI (Tax Reform)

  18. Barragan (D), CA (Staff Tribute)

  19. Hultgren (R), IL (National Police Week)

  20. Suozzi (D), NY (George Washington Spy Ring)

  21. LaMalfa (R), CA (Dodd-Frank Act)

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Special Orders

 

  1. Raskin (D), MD (President Trump) 5:01 PM
  2. Lee (D), CA (AUMF) 5:57 PM

 

The House adjourned at 6:29 PM until 9:00 AM Friday.