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U.S. House of Representatives

September 6, 2017

Proceedings of

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Met at 10:00 AM

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On approval of the Journal:

Ros-Lehtinen (R), FL asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 10:02 AM

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Sires (D), NJ led the House in the Pledge of Allegiance.

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One Minutes

 

  1. Ros-Lehtinen (R), FL (DACA)
  2. Sires (D), NJ (DACA)
  3. Emmers (R), MN (Constituent Tribute)
  4. Blumenauer (D), OR (Congress)
  5. Thompson (R), PA (Critical Access Hospitals)
  6. Davis, Susan (D), CA (DACA)
  7. Poe (R), TX (Hurricane Harvey Victim)
  8. Duncan, Jeff (R), SC (Auctioneering)
  9. Gallagher (R), WI (Navy Capacity)
  10. Fitzpatrick (R), PA (Constituent Tribute)
  11. Wilson, Joe (R), SC (NATO)
  12. Green, Gene (D), TX (Hurricane Harvey Disaster)
  13. Hill (R), AR (Constituent Tribute)
  14. Smith, Lamar (R), TX (Media Bias)
  15. Davis, Rodney (R), IL Constituent Tribute)
  16. Estes (R), KS (Walnut Valley Festival)

 

Message from the Senate received (passed S. 1107 – Bankruptcy Judgeship Act of 2017

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H.Res. 502 - Providing for the concurrence by the House in the Senate amendments to H.R. 601, with an amendment. [Amendment consists of the text of H.R. 3672, Making Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief]

 

Under Susp. of Rules

[1]

Debate - 40 Mins.       10:27 AM

 

  1. Frelinghuysen (R), NJ
  2. Lowey (D), NY
  3. Carter, John (R), TX
  4. Cuellar (D), TX
  5. Harrington (R), TX
  6. Green, Gene (D), TX
  7. Babin (R), TX
  8. Jackson Lee (D), TX
  9. Culberson (R), TX
  10. Green, Al (D), TX
  11. Poe (R), TX
  12. Roybal-Allard (D), CA
  13. Farenthold (R), TX
  14. Plaskett (D), VI
  15. Lance (R), NJ
  16. Crowley (D), NY
  17. Engel (D), NY
  18. Jackson Lee (D), TX

 

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

Frelinghuysen asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 11:16 AM

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H.R. 3388 - SELF DRIVE Act

 

 Under Susp. of Rules

[2]

Debate - 40 Mins.       11:17 AM

 

  1. Latta (R), OH
  2. Walden (R), OR
  3. Shakowsky (D), IL
  4. Pallone (D), NJ
  5. Upton (R), MI
  6. Matsui (D), CA
  7. Burgess (R), TX
  8. Eshoo (D), CA
  9. Dingell (D), MI
  10. Lance (R), NJ
  11. Clarke (D), NY
  12. Bilirakis (R), FL
  13. McNerney (D), CA
  14. Bucshon (R), IN
  15. Bernice Johnson (D), TX
  16. Walters (R), CA
  17. Ryan (D), OH

 

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

 

PASSED                     12:07 PM

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Unfinished Business

 

H.Res. 502 - Making Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief

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

Frelinghuysen asked recorded vote - 12:08 PM

[441]

YEAS 419      NAYS 3


ADOPTED                 12:35 PM

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Chair declared the House in recess at 12:35 PM until 2:15 PM.

 

The House reconvened at 2:15 PM.

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H.R. 3354 - Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act for FY 2018

 

Rule #1 – 1 Hour        2:15 PM

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  1. Cole (R), OK
  2. McGovern (D), MA

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Chair admonishes members to avoid engaging in personalities with the President.

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  1. Roybal-Allard (D), CA
  2. Lofgren (D), CA
  3. Ruiz (D), CA
  4. Velasquez (D), CA
  5. Gabbard (D), HI
  6. Grijalva (D), AZ
  7. Sablan (D), MR
  8. Correa (D), CA
  9. Espaillat (D), NY
  10. Carbajal (D), CA
  11. Thompson (D), CA
  12. Panetta (D), CA
  13. McNerney (D), CA
  14. Matsui (D), CA
  15. Watson Coleman (D), NJ
  16. Green, Gene (D), TX
  17. Nadler (D), NY
  18. Aguilar (D), CA
  19. Bordallo (D), GU
  20. Lawrence (D), MI
  21. Norton (D), DC
  22. Soto (D), FL
  23. Brownley (D), CA
  24. Torres (D), CA
  25. Takano (D), CA
  26. Lujan Grisham (D), NM
  27. Sanchez (D), CA
  28. Gallego (D), AZ
  29. Chu (D), CA
  30. Jackson Lee (D), TX
  31. Barragan (D), CA
  32. Napolitano (D), CA
  33. Pelosi (D), CA
  34. Lowenthal (D), CA
  35. Cartwright (D), PA
  36. Tonko (D), NY
  37. Huffman (D), CA
  38. Schakowsky (D), IL
  39. Tsongas (D), MA
  40. Lieu (D), CA
  41. O’Halleran (D), AZ
  42. DeLauro (D), CT
  43. Kildee (D), MI
  44. Polis (D), CO
  45. Raskin (D), MD
  46. Nolan (D), MN
  47. Castro (D), TX
  48. Maloney (D), NY
  49. Green, Al (D), TX
  50. Speier (D), CA
  51. Serrano (D), NY
  52. Johnson, Hank (D), GA
  53. Titus (D), NV
  54. Hoyer (D), MD
  55. Gutierrez (D), IL
  56. Woodall (R), GA
  57. Kaptur (D), OH

 

On ordering the previous question:

McGovern (D), MA asked recorded vote - 3:42 PM

[442]

YEAS 233      NAYS 187

 

ORDERED                 4:09 PM

 

On adoption:

McGovern (D), MA asked recorded vote - 4:09 PM

[443]

YEAS 230      NAYS 191

 

ADOPTED                 4:17 PM

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Unfinished Business

 

On approval of the Journal:

Ros-Lehtinen (R), FL asked recorded vote - 4:18 PM

[444]

YEAS 230      NAYS 182      PRES 2

 

APPROVED              4:24 PM

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H.R. 3354 - Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act for FY 2018

 

Debate – 2 Hours        4:28 PM

 

  1. Frelinghuysen (R), NJ
  2. Lowey (D), NY
  3. Rogers (R), KY
  4. Serrano (D), NY
  5. Aderholt (R), AL
  6. Kaptur (D), OH
  7. Culberson (R), TX                                        [jjs]
  8. Hoyer (D), MD
  9. Carter, John (R), TX
  10. Price (D), NC
  11. Calvert (R), CA
  12. DeLauro (D), CT
  13. Hudson (R), NC
  14. Visclosky (D), IN
  15. Cole (R), OK
  16. Roybal-Allard (D), CA
  17. Diaz-Balart (R), FL
  18. Bishop (D), GA
  19. Graves (R), GA
  20. McCollum (D), MN
  21. Smith (R), TX
  22. Quigley (D), IL
  23. Collins (R), GA
  24. Norman (R), SC
  25. Kilmer (D), WA
  26. Waters (D), CA
  27. Pittenger (R), NC
  28. Young (R), IA
  29. Yoho (R), FL

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Goodlatee (R), VA p.o.o. (changes existing law).

 

SUSTAINED             6:31 PM

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Hensarling (R), TX p.o.o. with section beginning on page pg 535, line 12 (changes existing law).

 

SUSTAINED             6:32 PM

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Hensarling (R), TX p.o.o. with Section 7080 (Export-Import Bank) (changes existing law).

 

SUSTAINED             6:33 PM

 

Waters (D), CA appealed the ruling of the Chair.

On sustaining the ruling of the Chair:

 

AGREED TO             6:36 PM

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Amendments               6:38 PM

 

Aderholt (R), AL en bloc amendments (#1-9, #13, #19 and #20):
 

            Appropriates $1.5 million for Oriental Fruit Fly research; increases funding for Specialty Crop Pest Program by $1 million for the Huanglongbing Multi-Agency Coordination efforts; increases funding of the Grassroots Source Water Protection Program by $500,000; and more.

 

ADOPTED                 6:50 PM

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Cicilline (D), RI amendment (#10):

 

Strikes language that restricts funding for E.O. 13547, National Ocean Policy.

 

ADOPTED                 6:58 PM

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Davis (R), IL amendment (#14):

 

Prohibits the use of to be used to revoke exceptions made pursuant to the rule entitled "Exceptions to Geographic Areas for Official Agencies Under the USGSA" on a date before April 14, 2017.

 

ADOPTED                 7:05 PM

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King (R), IA amendment (#15):

 

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

 

 

Bishop (D), GA asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 7:14 PM

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Hartzler (R), MO amendment (#16):

 

Prohibits USDA from using funds to implement the Paid Lunch Equity provision in the National School Lunch Act.

 

ADOPTED                 7:17 PM

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Carter (R), GA amendment (#17):

 

Prohibits funds from being used by the FDA to finalize, implement, or enforce the draft standard memorandum of understanding entitled “Draft Memorandum of Understanding Addressing Certain Distributions of Compounded Human Drug Products Between the State of [Insert State] and the FDA.”

 

DeLauro (D), CT asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 7:30 PM

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King (R), IA amendment (#18):

 

Ensures that no funds may be used on new hires who have not been verified through the E-Verify program, except for an employee compensated under a local compensation plan established under section 408 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980.

 

ADOPTED                 7:36 PM

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Diaz-Balart (R), FL en bloc #2 (#23, #24, #27, #30, #31, #34, #35, #40-43, #45, #47, #60):

 

ADOPTED                 7:41 PM

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Lipinski (D), IL amendment (#21):

 

Decreases the Office of the Secretary of Transportation Salaries and Expenses account by $9,000,000 and increases the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Salaries and Expenses account by the same amount for the purpose of expanding NHTSA's connected and automated vehicles oversight and regulatory capabilities.

 

ADOPTED                 7:44 PM

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Mitchell (R), MI amendment (#22):

 

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

 

REJECTED                 7:49 PM

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McClintock (R), CA amendment (#25):

 

Reduces funding for the Essential Air Service program by $150 million and applies the savings to the spending reduction account.

 

McClintock (R), CA asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 7:55 PM

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Kildee (D), MI amendment (#26):

 

Increases funding for the HOME Investment Partnerships Program by $100 million, reduces FAA Operations/Air Traffic Control by the same amount.

 

WITHDRAWN                      7:58 PM

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Woodall (R), GA amendment (#28):

 

Ensures greater flexibility for state departments of transportation to make targeted recissions.

 

ADOPTED                 8:03 PM

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Budd (R), NC amendment (#32):

 

Eliminates a $900 million allocation for the upgrade of an Amtrak rail line between Newark and New York City by increasing funding for national New Starts Projects by $400 million and applying savings from the elimination of the TIGER Grant program to deficit reduction.

 

Budd (R), NC asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 8:20 PM

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Brooks (R), AL amendment (#33):

 

Cuts funds for Amtrak.

 

Brooks (R), AL asked recorded vote

Chair postponed vote - 8:30 PM

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Soto (D), FL amendment (#36):

 

Increases funding for the Small Starts program by $48 million.

 

WITHDRAWN          8:31 PM

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Carbajal (D), CA amendment (#37):

 

Provides $1 million to PHMSA for the finalization of an automatic valve shut-off safety rule.

 

ADOPTED                 8:35 PM

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Rosen (D), NV amendment (#38):

 

Increases funding for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation by $35 million.

 

Rosen (D), NV asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 8:43 PM

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Grothman (R), WI amendment (#39):

 

Decreases funding for the Public and Indian Housing Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Program by $177 million, excluding veterans, elderly, and the disabled.

 

Grothman (R), WI asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 8:50 PM

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Courtney (D), CT amendment (#44):

 

Provides funding in the Community Development Block Grant program to examine the application of grant funds to mitigating and remediating the effects of pyrrhotite-related residential damage.

 

ADOPTED                 8:53 PM

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Grothman (R), WI amendment (#46):

 

Decreases funding for the Project-Based Rental Assistance Housing Program by $266 million.

 

Grothman (R), WI asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 8:57 PM

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Stivers (R), OH amendment (#48):

 

Transfers funding from Private Enforcement Initiative to Administrative Enforcement Initiative.

 

ADOPTED                 9:03 PM

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Thompson (R), PA amendment (#49):

 

Prohibits funds to be used for establishing or collecting tolls on I-80 in Pennsylvania.

 

ADOPTED                 9:09 PM

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King (R), IA amendment (#51):

 

No funds used to implement, administer, or enforce the Davis-Bacon Act.

 

King (R), IA asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 9:20 PM

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Jackson Lee (D), TX amendment (#52):

 

Provides that the Secretary may make grants to State and local authorities for the purpose of undertaking capital projects.

 

ADOPTED                 9:24 PM

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Herrera-Beutler (R), WA amendment (#53):

 

No funds can be used to establish or collect tolls on Interstate 5 or Interstate 205 in the states of Washington or Oregon.

 

ADOPTED                 9:36 PM

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Grothman (R), WI amendment (#54):

 

Reduces the funding level for HUD by 2%.

 

Grothman (R), WI asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 9:40 PM

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Barr (R), KY amendment (#55):

 

Prohibits funding for HUD’s rule on “On-Site Completion of Construction of Manufactured Homes,” their “Interpretative Bulletin for Model Manufactured Home Installation Standards Foundation requirements in Freezing Temperature Areas Under CFR 3285.312(b),” and any implementation of the June 2014 memorandum titled “Construction of On-Site Installation of Add-Ons, such as an Attached Garage.”

 

ADOPTED                 9:48 PM

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Smith, Jason (R), MO amendment (#56):

 

Prevents funds from being used for a State, or local government entity or official if that entity prohibits, or in any way restricts, any government entity or official from sending to, or receiving from, the Immigration and Naturalization Service information regarding the citizenship or immigration status, lawful or unlawful, of any individual.

 

Price (D), NC asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 9:52 PM

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Perry (R), PA amendment (#57):

 

Prohibits the use of funds for the NHTSA and FMCSA to finalize the notice of proposed rulemaking regarding speed limiting devices.

 

ADOPTED                 9:59 PM

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Babin (R), TX amendment (#58):

 

No funds to implement or enforce the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate.

 

Babin (R), TX asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 10:10 PM

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King, (R), IA amendment (#59):

 

No funds may be used on new hires who have not been verified through the E-Verify program.

 

ADOPTED                 10:14 PM

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Unfinished Business

 

King (R), IA amendment (#15) (no funds are used for the Davis-Bacon Act enforcement):

Bishop (D), GA asked recorded vote - 10:16 PM

[445]

YEAS 176      NAYS 241

 

REJECTED                 10:40 PM

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The House observed a moment of silence for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

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Carter (R), GA amendment (#17) (prohibits funds from being used by FDA for specific items):

DeLauro (D), CT asked recorded vote - 10:40 PM

[446]

YEAS 141      NAYS 279

 

REJECTED                 10:46 PM

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McClintock (R), CA amendment (#25) (reduces funding for the Essential Air Service program):

McClintock (R), CA asked recorded vote - 10:47 PM

[447]

YEAS 140      NAYS 280

 

REJECTED                 10:50 PM

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Budd (R), NC amendment (#32) (eliminates funding for rail line between NJ/NY):

Budd (R), NC asked recorded vote- 10:50 PM

[448]

YEAS 159      NAYS 260

 

REJECTED                 10:53 PM

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Brooks (R), AL amendment (#33) (cuts funds for Amtrak:

Brooks (R), AL asked recorded vote - 10:54 PM

[449]

YEAS 128      NAYS 293

 

REJECTED                 10:58 PM

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Rosen (D), NV amendment (#38) (increases funding for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation by $35 million):

Rosen (D), NV asked recorded vote - 10:58 PM

[450]

YEAS 200      NAYS 220

 

REJECTED                 11:01 PM

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Grothman (R), WI amendment (#39) (decreases Public and Indian Housing Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Program by $177 million):

Grothman (R), WI asked recorded vote - 11:01 PM

[451]

YEAS 124      NAYS 295

 

REJECTED                 11:04 PM

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Grothman (R), WI amendment (#46) (decreases funding for the Project-Based Rental Assistance Housing Program by $266 million):

Grothman (R), WI asked recorded vote - 11:04 PM

[452]

YEAS 139      NAYS 282

 

REJECTED                 11:06 PM

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King (R), IA amendment (#51) (no funds to implement or enforce the Davis-Bacon Act):

King (R), IA asked recorded vote - 11:07 PM

[453]

YEAS 180      NAYS 241

 

REJECTED                 11:09 PM

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Grothman (R), WI amendment (#54) (reduces funding level for HUD by 2%):

Grothman (R), WI asked recorded vote - 11:10 PM

[454]

YEAS 140      NAYS 280

 

REJECTED                 11:13 PM

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Smith, Jason (R), MO amendment (#56) (no funds for government entities that restricts information to INS):

Price (D), NC asked recorded vote - 11:13 PM

[455]

YEAS 225      NAYS 195

 

ADOPTED                 11:16 PM

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Babin (R), TX amendment (#58) (no funds to implement or enforce the ELD mandate)

Babin (R), TX asked recorded vote - 11:16 PM

[456]

YEAS 173      NAYS 246

 

REJECTED                 11:20 PM

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Amendments (continued)

 

Carter (R), TX en bloc #3 amendments (#61, #62, #64, #65, #67-69, #72, #73, #79, #82, #86 and #89):

 

Increases DHS Urban Areas Security Initiative by $5 million, provides $1 million for the State Fire Training Assistance Grant Program, adds $20 million to the SAFER Grant program, and more.

 

ADOPTED                 11:39 PM

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Lujan Grisham (D), NM amendment (#63):

 

Prioritizes funding within the DHS Office of the Secretary to complete a study on the treatment of detainees and the conditions of private detention centers.

 

ADOPTED                 11:42 PM

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Jayapal (D), WA amendment (#66):

 

Strikes the $535 million increase for ICE enforcement and adds $30 million to ICE’s Office of the Inspector General and $10 million to the Department’s Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.

 

REJECTED                 11:49 PM

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Fitzpatrick (R), PA amendment (#70):

 

Increases funding to DHS, Office of Inspector General, to meet their budgetary request.

 

ADOPTED                 11:56 PM

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Castro (D), TX amendment (#71):

 

Increases funding for the CBP Camera Technology Initiative.

 

Castro (D), TX asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 12:07 AM

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Roybal-Allard (D), CA amendment (#74):

 

Reduces funding for ICE--Operations and Support (Enforcement and Removal Operations) by $850 million and increases funding for Coast Guard--Acquisition, Construction, and Improvements (Polar Icebreaker) by the same amount.

 

Roybal-Allard (D), CA asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 12:16 AM

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Castro (D), TX amendment (#75):

 

Increases funding for ICE to incorporate body-worn cameras.

 

Castro (D), TX asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 12:27 AM

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Correa (D), CA amendment (#76):

 

Reduces funding for ICE--Operations and Support (Enforcement and Removal Operations) by $100 million and increases funding for Coast Guard--Acquisition, Construction, and Improvements (cutters for drug interdiction) by the same amount.

 

Correa (D), CA asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 12:36 AM

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Hunter (R), CA amendment (#77):

 

Transfers $5 million dollars from the Coast Guard's Operations Expenses to its Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Account, for the purpose of supporting Coast Guard Icebreaker sea trials.

 

Roybal-Allard (D), CA asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 12:45 AM

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Torres (D), CA amendment (#78):

 

Strikes Section 209 of Division E, which grants the Secretary of Homeland Security authority to reprogram or transfer funds for the purpose of detaining aliens prioritized for removal.

REJECTED                 12:50 AM

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King (R), IA) amendment (#80):

 

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

 

Roybal-Allard (D), CA asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 1:02 AM

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Castro (D), TX amendment (#81):

 

Prohibits the use of privatized immigration detention facilities.

 

Castro (D), TX asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 1:08 AM

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Jayapal (D), WA amendment (#84):

 

Prohibits funding from being used to expand or build new detention facilities.

 

Jayapal (D), WA asked recorded vote.

Chair postponed vote - 1:17 AM

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Zeldin (R), NY amendment (#85):

 

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

ADOPTED                 1:24 AM

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King (R), IA amendment (#88), modified:

 

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

 

ADOPTED                 1:29 AM

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The House adjourned at 1:32 AM until 10:00 AM Thursday.