Amendments to HR 2740

Amendments to H.R. 2740

(Fiscal Year 2020 Appropriations Bill Package of HRs 2740, 2839, 2968, & 2960)

A division-by-division summary can be found here.

Amendments to each division can be found below:

Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education

State & Foreign Operations

Defense

Energy & Water


Division A – Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education

All amendments are provided 10 minutes of debate unless otherwise noted.

1.  Cole (OK), Roe (TN), Fleischmann (TN), Hern (OK), Smith, Jason (MO), Olson (TX), Gaetz (FL), Latta (OH), Timmons (SC), Williams (TX), Posey (FL), Lamborn (CO), Duncan (SC), LaMalfa (CA), Duffy (WI), Norman (SC), Hice (GA), Conaway (TX), Hartzler (MO), Cline (VA), Bucshon (IN), Hunter (CA) 

Strikes a general provision in the underlying bill that blocks the Trump Administration’s revised regulations relating to conscience protections at the Department of Health and Human Services.

Not adopted. Yeas 192, Nays 230

2.  McGovern (MA), Porter (CA) 

Ensures medically-tailored nutrition interventions are included in evidence-based practices for enhancing senior nutrition under the Older Americans Act.

Adopted. Yeas 338, Nays 83

3. Raskin (MD), DeSaulnier (CA)

Increases funding for NIH’s Building and Facilities account by $5,000,000 to help to address an estimated $2 billion backlog in maintenance and repairs. Decreases funding for the Department of Education’s Program Administration account by $5,000,000.

Amendment withdrawn

4. Shalala (FL)

Increases funding for refugee and entrant assistance by $10,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 243, Nays 179

5. DeSaulnier (CA)

Increases and decreases funding for the Bureau of Labor Statistics by $1,000,000 to support data collection on job loss and mass layoffs.

Adopted. Yeas 290, Nays 134

6. DeSaulnier (CA), Carter, Buddy (GA), Raskin (MD) 

Increases and decreases funding for the National Cancer Institute by $1,000,000 to support a National Cancer Institute study on how to improve communication between cancer care providers, cancer patients, and survivors.

Adopted. Yeas 381, Nays 42

7. DeSaulnier (CA), Carter, Buddy (GA), Raskin (MD) 

Increases and decreases funding for Innovation and Improvement at the Department of Education by $1,000,000 to encourage the Department to ensure that Statewide Family Engagement Center grantees receive full and adequate funding.

Adopted. Yeas 347, Nays 76

8. DeSaulnier (CA), Raskin (MD) 

Increases and decreases funding for Children’s Mental Health Services Grants by $5 million to support school-based, early childhood mental health interventions.

Adopted. Yeas 369, Nays 55

9. Roby (AL), Duncan (SC), Olson (TX), Palmer (AL), Gaetz (FL), Biggs (AZ), Grothman (WI), King, Steve (IA), Meadows (NC), Posey (FL), Mooney (WV), Cole (OK), Smith, Jason (MO), Conaway (TX), Timmons (SC), Latta (OH), Walberg (MI), Williams (TX), Bilirakis (FL), Lamborn (CO), Walorski (IN), Duffy (WI), LaMalfa (CA), Rose, John (TN), Roy (TX), Norman (SC), Marshall (KS), Graves, Garret (LA), Abraham (LA), Hice (GA), Hartzler (MO), Cline (VA), Guthrie (KY), Bucshon (IN), Rouzer (NC), Hunter (CA)

Strikes the language that prevents the implementation of the Trump Administration's rule requiring all Title X grant recipients to be "physically and financially separate from abortion-providing facilities." In the underlying bill, there is language that prevents any funds from implementing the Trump Administration’s rule.

Not adopted. Yeas 191, Nays 231

10. Waters (CA)

Increases and decreases funding for the Administration for Children and Families by $1,000,000 to instruct the Administration to conduct an audit of the Head Start Program to ensure that the grant funding selection and evaluation processes do not result in a disparate impact on minority communities.

Amendment withdrawn

11. Smith, Christopher (NJ)

Increases funding for Emerging Zoonotic and Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for Lyme Disease by $1,000,000. Decreases funding for the HHS General Departmental Management account by $1,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 413 Yeas, Nays 11

12. Scott, Bobby (VA)

Prohibits the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) from using funds appropriated in this Act to finalize or implement a proposed rule to weaken health protections in OSHA’s existing beryllium standards that cover construction and maritime workers.

Adopted. Yeas 241, Nays 181

13. DeFazio (OR), Newhouse (WA), Gianforte (MT), Schrader (OR)

Prohibits any funds appropriated to the Job Corps program from being used to either alter or terminate the Interagency Agreement between the U.S. Departments of Labor and Agriculture that governs the Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center (CCC) program. It would also prohibit any funds appropriated to the Job Corps program from being used to close any of the 25 CCCs that are currently operating.

Adopted. Yeas 313, Nays 109

14. Jackson Lee (TX)

Increases and decreases funding for the NIH National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases by $10,000,000 to support greater diversity in the pool of diabetes research professionals and patients participating in clinical trials. 

Adopted. Yeas 317, Nays 105

15. Jackson Lee (TX)

Increases and decreases funding for higher education by $10,000,000 to support programs providing outreach and support services targeting program participants at greatest risk of not completing a college degree.

Adopted. Yeas 312, Nays 109

16. Pascrell (NJ), Collins, Chris (NY)

Increases FY20 funding for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) by $900,000, with the intent to obligate that $900,000 to the Firefighter Cancer Registry within NIOSH. Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $900,000.

Adopted. Yeas 413, Nays 10

17. Davis, Danny K. (IL), Burgess (TX), Butterfield (NC)

Increases funding to the account of Birth Defects, Development Disabilities, Disabilities and Health by $2,000,000 for sickle cell research. Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $2,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 410, Nays 12

18. Buchanan (FL)

Increases and decreases funding for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences under the National Institute of Health by $6,250,000, in order to support research into the impact of red tide and other Harmful Algal Blooms on human health.

Adopted. Yeas 401, Nays 23

19. Langevin (FL)

Provides $4.5 million to the Administration for Community Living for the purposes of increasing the Lifespan Respite Care Program by $4.5 million. Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $5 million.

Adopted. Yeas 356, Nays 67

20. Foster (IL), Kelly, Mike (PA)

Strikes the provision that currently prohibits HHS from spending any federal dollars to promulgate or adopt a national patient identifier (Section 510 of the Labor-HHS Appropriations bill).

Adopted. Yeas 246, Nays 178

21. Foster (IL), Kim (NJ)

Adds and removes $1 from the Substance Abuse Treatment account to instruct HHS to prioritize funding for Medication Assisted Treatment.

Adopted. Yeas 336, Nays 87

22. Foster (IL), Blunt Rochester (DE), Pappas (NH), Stevens (MI)

Increases and decreases $1 from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the purpose of instructing BLS to accept a wider and more forward-looking range of inputs into its range of projections for its workforce of the future and to conduct the Contingent Worker and Alternative Work Arrangement Supplement (CWS) to the Current Population Survey.

Adopted. Yeas 260, Nays 164

23. Foster (IL)

Increases the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority account by $1,000,000 to support increased R&D for biosecurity. Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $1,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 358, Nays 66

24. Schiff (CA)

Decreases the Health and Human Services General Departmental Management fund by $5 million and then increases the same fund by $5 million for the purposes of highlighting the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health’s work in coordinating a national public health campaign to fight vaccine misinformation, funding vaccine communication research to strengthen the evidence base for what works in fighting vaccine hesitance, and encouraging vaccine counseling. 

Adopted. Yeas 341, Nays 83

25. McKinley (WV), Doyle (PA) 

Provides initial funding of $10,000,000 for Sec. 7081 of the SUPPORT Act, preventing overdoses while in emergency rooms. The program would create a coordinated care model for overdose patients who present in the emergency room. Decreases funding for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Health Surveillance and Program Support account by $10,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 415, Nays 9

26. Butterfield (NC)

Increases funding for the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being by $2,000,000 to include a study of children impacted by a parent’s substance addiction to better understand the opioid epidemic’s impact on maltreated children. Decreases funding for HHS’s  General Departmental Management account by $2,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 356, Nays 68

27. Johnson, Bill (OH), Tonko (NY) 

Provides initial funding of $2,000,000 for Section 7101 of the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act to establish Regional Centers of Excellence in Substance Use Disorder Education. Decreases funding for HHS’s  General Departmental Management account by $2,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 408, Nays 15

28. Moore (WI)

Increases funding for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion by $500,000 to address and better understand the causes of the thousands of sudden unexpected deaths of children and infants that occur annually in our nation. Decreases funding that may be transferred to the Working Capital Fund at the CDC by $500,000 from the CDC-Wide Activities and Program Support account.

Adopted. Yeas 401, Nays 19

29. Moore (WI). Speier (CA), Pressley (MA)

Increases funding for the CDC’s Injury Prevention and Control Center by $4,500,000 for Domestic Violence Community Projects. Decreases funding for the Centers for Medicare And Medicaid Services Program Management account by $4,500,000.

Adopted. Yeas 348, Nays 75

30. Moore (WI). Speier (CA), Pressley (MA)

Increases and decreases funding for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration by $1,000,000 for the distribution of Fentanyl Test Sticks.

Amendment withdrawn

31. Hudson (NC)

Increases and decreases funding for the Office of Head Start’s Designation Renewal System by $25,000,000.

Amendment not offered

32. Matsui (CA)

Increases funding for the Administration for Community Living Aging and Disability Services Programs by $2,000,000 to support innovative programs that assist young people with developmental disabilities in obtaining and sustaining long term employment, and that prepare employers to support the success of those employees. Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $2,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 376, Nays 48

33. Barr (KY)

Increases funding for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Substance Abuse Treatment program by $1,000,000 with the intention of this increase in funding being allocated to the Building Communities of Recovery program. Decreases funding for SAMHSA’s Health Surveillance and Program Support account by $1,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 420, Nays 4

34. Cleaver (MO)

Increases funding for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration by $6,500,000 in order to support youth suicide prevention strategies. Decreases funding for SAMHSA’s Health Surveillance and Program Support account by $6,500,000.

Adopted. Yeas 386, Nays 38

35. Grothman (WI)

Reduces the amount of funding provided by Division A by 4.5 percent across-the-board.

Amendment not offered

36. Castor (FL), Underwood (IL), Barragán (CA), DeSaulnier (CA), Spanberger (VA), Moore (WI)

None of the funds made available by this Act may be used to implement, administer or enforce the Trump administration's short-term, limited duration insurance rule.

Adopted. Yeas 236, Nays 188.

37. Hill, French (AR)

Eliminates $100,000,000 in designated funding for ACA Navigators, as well as outreach, enrollment, and advertising during the ACA open enrollment period.

Not Adopted. Yeas 186, Nays 287, 1 Voting Present

38. Hill, French (AR)

Allows unregistered apprenticeship programs to receive funding intended only for registered apprenticeship programs.  This would remove worker protections and programmatic safeguards.

Not adopted. Yeas 155, Nays 266

39. Speier (CA), Moore (WI), Pressley (MA)

Increases funding for CDC’s Rape Prevention and Education program by $5,570,000.  Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account.

Adopted. Yeas 401, Nays 23

40. Khanna (CA), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH)

Increases funding for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease by $3,000,000 with the intent to support the Consortium of Food Allergy Research. Reduces funding for the Office of the Director of the National Institutes of Health by $3,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 356, Nays 68

41. Richmond (LA)

Increases funding for HRSA’s Bureau of Maternal and Child Health by $7,000,000. Decreases funding for HRSA’s Program Management account.

Adopted. Yes 365, Nays 59

42. Banks (IN)

Reduces spending for each amount in Division A by 14 percent.

Not adopted. Yeas 150, Nays 273

43. Keating (MA)

Increases and decreases funding to Health Resources and Services Administration by $1,000,000 to propose a study to examine how HHS can facilitate ways to include programs for social determinants of health under the same roof as traditional health services and estimate what amount of additional funding might be required.

Adopted. Yeas 283, Nays 141

44. Miller (WV)

Increases funding for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome research by $2,000,000 at the CDC’s Center for Birth Defects, Developmental Disabilities, Disabilities and Health. Decreases funding for HHS's General Departmental Management account.

Adopted. Yeas 421, Nays 3

45. Cicilline (RI)

Increases funding for American History and Civics National Activities under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act by $500,000. Decreases funding for the Department of Education's Program Administration account.

Adopted. Yeas 327, Nays 97

46. Bera (CA), Murphy (FL), Soto (FL)

Increase and decreases funding from SAMHSA Mental Health account by $1 to specify that SAMHSA should explore using its funds to explore peer to peer mental health programs for first responders. The LHHS report includes language encouraging SAMHSA to examine PTSD among first responders.

Adopted. Yeas 396, Nays 27

47. Castro (TX)

Ensures that the Office of Refugee Resettlement reports all children’s deaths that occur while children are in their custody.

Adopted. Yeas 355, Nays 68

48. Jeffries (NY)

Prohibits funds from being used to limit the functions of the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights.

Adopted. Yeas 275, Nays 148

49. Maloney, Sean (NY)

Increases and decreases funding to the CDC’s Injury Prevention and Control Center by $5,000,000 for fund to be used specifically study the impact of firearm violence in elementary and secondary schools and higher education institutions.

Adopted. Yeas 266, Nays 150

50. Adams (NC), Huffman (CA), Davis, Susan (CA), Moulton (MA), Bonamici (OR), Lowenthal (CA)

Increases the Higher Education account by $500,000. Funding intended to be used to keep open the National Center for College Students with Disabilities. Decreases funding for the Department of Education's Program Administration account.

Adopted. Yeas 358, Nays 65

51. Adams (NC)

Increase funding for the Children and Families Services Programs account by $3,000,000 to increase funding for Community Resource Centers. Decreases the HHS General Departmental Management account by $3 million.

Adopted. Yeas 307, Nays 115

52. Beyer (VA)

Increases and decreases funding for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration by $500,000 to support the Secretary of Health and Human Services to conduct a feasibility study on allowing geolocation services with respect to the location of callers to the suicide prevention lifeline referred to in section 520E–3 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 6 290bb–3c).

Adopted. Yeas 359, Nays 64

53. Beyer (VA)

Increases and decreases funding for Refugee and Entrant Assistance in the Administration for Children and Families by $500,000.

Adopted. Yeas 285, Nays 138

54. Blunt Rochester (DE)

Increases and decreases funding by $1 for the Health Resources and Services Administration with respect to the health workforce and health professional staffing shortages.

Adopted. Yeas 376, Nays 47

55. Gomez (CA)

Increases and decreases funding for the Department of Labor’s Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program by $1,500,000 to assist homeless veterans and veterans at risk of homelessness find housing.

Not offered

56. Murphy (FL), Gomez (CA), Delgado (NY), Soto (FL), Hill, Katie (CA), McAdams (UT), Porter (CA), Moulton (MA), Stevens (MI), Davids (KS), Mucarsel-Powell (FL), Gottheimer (NJ), Spanberger (VA), Gallego (AZ), Fletcher (TX), San Nicolas (GU), Pappas (NH), Crow (CO), Rose, Max (NY), Sherrill (NJ), Barragán (CA), Neguse (CO), Swalwell (CA), Finkenauer (IA), Brindisi (NY), Underwood (IL)

Increases Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Mental Health by $2,000,000 for the Garrett Lee Smith-Youth Suicide Prevention State and Campus grants. Reduces Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Health Surveillance and Program Support by $2,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 366, Nays 55

57. Ocasio-Cortez (NY)

Increases the HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, and Tuberculosis Prevention account at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by $15,000,000 and decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $15,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 264, Nays 158

58. Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Correa (CA), Khanna (CA), Gaetz (FL)​

Strikes the provision that prevents the use of any funds for "any activity that promotes the legalization of any drug or other substance in Schedule I" of the CSA.

Not adopted. Yeas 91, Nays 331

59. McAdams (UT)

Increases funding for CDC Injury Prevention and Control by $2,000,000 to enhance youth suicide awareness, research, and prevention activities. Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $2,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 388, Nays 30

60. Schrier (WA)

Clarifies that early childhood developmental screenings can be considered an allowable medical service for donation to children in the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement.

Adopted. Yeas 371, Nays 49

61.  Lee, Susie (NV), Porter (CA)

Increases funding for Graduate Medical Education slots by $5,000,000 and decreases funding from the Department of Education’s Program Administration account by $5,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 365, Nays 54

62. Craig (MN)

Increases funding for the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Rural Health Programs by $1,000,000.  Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $1,000,000.  

Adopted. Yeas 383, Nays 36

63. Craig (MN), Stauber (MN)

Increases and decreases by $1,000,000 the Department of Education’s Grants to States under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Adopted. Yeas 376, Nays 41

64. Craig (MN)

Increases and decreases funding for Career, Technical, and Adult Education by $1,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 390, Nays 29

65. Porter (CA)

Increases funding for the Senior Medicare Patrols program by $2,000,000 within the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Account.

Adopted. Yeas 316, Nays 103

66. Porter (CA), Kuster (NH), Moore (WI)

Increases funding for the Health Resources and Services Administration by $1,000,000 to support the HRSA Intimate Partner Violence Strategy.  Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $1,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 311, Nays 110

67. Porter (CA)

Ensures that ACA open enrollment data is disaggregated by race, ethnicity, preferred language, age and sex to support better understanding of enrollment information.

Adopted. Yeas 235, Nays 183

68. Mucarsel-Powell (FL)

Increases funding for the Secretary's Minority AIDS Initiative by $5,000,000.

Adopted, Yeas 281, Nays 138

69. Omar (MN)

Increases and decreases funding to the Student Aid Administration account by $1,000,000 in order to express concern with the impact of student loan debt on the economy.

Amendment not offered

70. Levin, Andy (MI), Davis, Susan (CA), McBath (GA), Harder (CA), Adams (NC), Courtney (CT), Sablan (MP), Trone (MD), Stevens (MI), Bonamici (OR), Hayes (CT), Jayapal (WA)

Increases funding for the Office of Inspector General at the Department of Education by $4,000,000.  Decreases funding for Department of Labor’s Office of Labor-Management Standards by $4,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 233, Nays 187

71. Pressley (MA)

Increases funding for Health Centers by $5,000,000 to support school-based health centers.  Decreases funding for Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services $5,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 342, Nays 77

72. Escobar (TX)

Increases and decreases funding by $1,000,000 in the HHS General Departmental Management account and allocates the funds to the US-Mexico Border Health Commission to address health issues affecting the general population along the U.S.-Mexico Border.

Amendment not offered

73. Escobar (TX)

Increases and decreases funding for the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights to ensure compliance with civil rights laws and prohibit discrimination.

Amendment not offered

74. Spanberger (VA)

Increases funding for the CDC’s Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion program by $3,000,000 to be directed towards colorectal cancer and reduces funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $3,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 364, Nays 54

75. Delgado (NY), Stefanik (NY), Malinowski (NJ), Welch (VT)

Increases funding for CDC’s Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases account by $1,000,000 to fund the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Disease.  Decreases funding for HHS’s General Departmental Management account by $1,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 374, Nays 44

76. Crow (CO)

Increases and decreases funding to support the Department of Education’s Project SERV program by $5,000,000.

Adopted. Yeas 345, Nays 73

77. Houlahan (PA)

Increases and decreases funding for the Department of Education’s Education for the Disadvantaged account by $1,000,000 with the intent to support Comprehensive Literacy Development Grants.

Adopted. Yeas 333, Nays 86

1. — Pocan (WI), Deutch (FL), DelBene (WA), Speier (CA), Raskin (MD), Nadler (NY), DeGette (CO), Lee, Barbara (CA), Lofgren (CA), Khanna (CA)

Prohibits the implementation of a new HHS policy announced on June 5, 2019, that would restrict fetal tissue research.

Adopted. Yeas 225, Nays 193

2. — Pascrell (NJ), McKinley (WV), DeGette (CO), Tipton (CO)

Provides initial funding of $10,000,000 for Sec. 7091 of the SUPPORT Act by $10,000,000 for the Alternatives to Opioids in the Emergency Department program.

Adopted. Yeas 382, Nays 32

Division D — State and Foreign Operations

78. Lesko (AZ), Gaetz (FL), Posey (FL), DiazBalart (FL), Grothman (WI), Smith, Jason (MO), Timmons (SC), Latta (OH), Williams (TX), Duncan (SC), Lamborn (CO), LaMalfa (CA), Marshall (KS), Hice (GA), Norman (SC), Hunter (CA)

Strikes the requirement that not less than $750,000,000 of Global Health Programs shall be made available for family planning/reproductive health.

Not adopted. Yeas 188, Nays 225

79. Jackson Lee (TX) 

Provides additional resources to combat the practice of Female Genital Mutilation.

Adopted. Yeas 414, Nays 6

80. Jackson Lee (TX) 

Provides additional resources to combat the trafficking of endangered species.

Adopted. 339 Yeas, 79 Nays

81. Gosar (AZ)

None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available to any Federal department or agency by this Act may be used to make assessed or voluntary contributions on behalf of the United States to or for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, or the Green Climate Fund.

Not adopted. 174 Yeas, 244 Nays

82. Grijalva (AZ)

Decreases then increases funding within the International Border and Water Commission for the use of taking responsibility for the International Outfall Interceptor (IOI).

Adopted. 310 Yeas, 109 Nays

83. Gosar (AZ)

Prohibits funds from being used for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Not adopted. 170 Yeas, 248 Nays

84. Speier (CA), Pallone (NJ), Schiff (CA)

Allocates $40 million from Assistance for Europe and Eurasia to funding Armenian democracy assistance.

Adopted. 268 Yeas, 152 Nays

85. Meadows (NC)

Increases assistance withheld from Pakistan over the imprisonment of Dr. Shakil Afridi from $33,000,000 to $66,000,000.

Adopted. 387 Yeas, 33 Nays

En Bloc

86. Cohen (TN), Raskin (MD)

Prohibits the use of funds to enter into any new contract, grant, or cooperative agreement with any Trump related business listed in the President Trump’s Annual Financial Disclosure Report submitted to the Office of Government Ethics as well as certain Trump related properties listed on the Trump Organization’s website. The specific businesses are listed in the amendment.

88. Foster (IL)

Reduces the NADR account by $10,000,000 and increases the account by the same amount, to be used for the Synchrotron-Light for Experimental Science and Applications project in order to promote scientific diplomacy and peace in the Middle East.

90. Connolly (VA)

Prohibits the use of funds for International Military Education and Training for Saudi Arabia.

95. Cicilline (RI), Keating (MA), Engel (NY)

Prohibits funds from being used to establish the proposed Department of State Commission on Unalienable Rights.

97. Boyle (PA)

Designates $1.5 million for the International Fund for Ireland. 

99. Panetta (CA)

Prohibits any funds from being used to withdraw the United States from NATO.

100. Krishnamoorthi (IL), Stewart (UT)

 None of the funds made available by this Act may be used in violation of the Export Control Act of 2018 (subtitle B of title XVII of Public Law 115-232).

101. Murphy (FL), Shalala (FL), Soto (FL)

Provides that, of the $2,153,763,000 in funds provided under Title IV, International Security Assistance, Department of State, Economic Support Fund, funding made available for programs to promote democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela shall be increased by $3,000,000, from $17,500,000 to $20,500,000.

102. Espaillat (NY), Engel (NY), Sires (NJ)

Increases the appropriated amount to the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative by $2,000,000.

103. Cox (CA), Pallone (NJ), Speier (CA), Schiff (CA)

Ensuring continued funding for de-mining projects in Nagorno-Karabakh, and support for regional rehabilitation services for infants, children, and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities. 

104. Cunningham (SC), Rooney (FL), Young (AK)

Increases and then decreases the Development Assistance account by $5 million to combat illegal, unreported, unregulated fishing in foreign waters. 

105. Spanberger (VA), Schneider (IL), Boyle (PA), Brown (MD)

Adds and removes $1 from the Department of State for the purpose of directing the Department of State to work with the Government Accountability Office to conduct a study to determine how the personnel vacancies created at the Department of State under the current administration, including but not limited to senior leadership and politically appointed positions, have impacted the United States’ ability to meet its foreign policy, diplomacy, aid, and national security priorities and objectives. 

106. Levin, Andy (MI), Lee, Barbara (CA), Sires (NJ), Waters (CA), Engel (NY)

Prohibits the use of funds in this Act for assistance to Forces Armées d’Haiti (FAdH)—in English, the Armed Forces of Haiti.

Adopted en bloc. 231 Yeas, 187 Nays

87. Grothman (WI)

Reduces the amount of funding provided by Division D by 2.1 percent across-the-board.

Not adopted. 131 Yeas, 292 Nays

89. Walker (NC)

Eliminates $19.1 billion in funding for the bilateral economic assistance and independent agency programs within the Department of State.

Not adopted. 110 Yeas, 315 Nays

91. Palmer (AL), Duncan (SC)

Strikes the paragraph that prevents the U.S. withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement and strikes the paragraph that allows for payments for the agreement. 

Not adopted. 184 Yeas, 241 Nays

92. Keating (MA)

Allocates funding to develop a strategy for information sharing with and technical assistance to foreign governments and multilateral institutions in Europe and Eurasia on foreign investment screening for national security and other purposes.

Amendment not offered

93. Keating (MA)

Allocates funding for the prioritization of investment opportunities that further energy diversification and energy security abroad, in particular in Europe and Eurasia, during the Corporation’s project selection processes.

Amendment not offered

94. Arrington (TX)

Prevents funds from being used to contribute to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Not adopted. 174 Yeas, 251 Nays

96. Marshall (KS)

Page 608, strike section 7064 (relating to assistance for foreign nongovernmental organizations). Prohibits permanent removal of the Mexico City policy. 

Amendment not offered

98. Banks (IN)

Reduces spending for each amount in Division D, except those amounts made available to the Department of Defense, by 14 percent. 

Not adopted. 123 Yeas, 303 Nays

En Bloc

1. Sherman (CA)

Increases funding for the United States Agency for Global Media International Broadcasting Operations account by $1.5 million, to broadcast Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in the Sindhi language in Pakistan, and decreases funding by $2.1 million in the Capital Investment Fund account.

3. Kildee (MI)

Increases funding by $500,000 for the Great Lakes Fisheries Commission to address grass carp.

Adopted en bloc. 283 Yeas, 144 Nays

2. Allen (GA)

Reduces spending in Division D by 1 percent. 

Not adopted. 134 Yeas, 293 Nays

4. Bost (IL)

Ensures that when the State Department is expanding opportunities for grants and contracts to small businesses owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged and faith-based organizations, it also does so for veteran and service-disabled veteran owned small businesses. 

Adopted by voice vote

5. Rouda (CA), Correa (CA), Lofgren (CA), Lowenthal (CA)

Increases and decreases the Migration and Refugee Assistance account by $2 million to highlight the contributions of Vietnamese, Laotian, and Cambodian immigrants and to discourage attempts to repatriate them to those countries.

Adopted by voice vote

Division C — Defense

Division C — Defense

En Bloc

6. Stewart (UT)

Increases and decreases funding for Operations and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $200,000 to ensure that military working dogs are returned to the United States upon completion of their service to our soldiers abroad.

7. Young (AK)

Decreases the Defense Wide Operations and Maintenance Account by $8,500,000. Increases the Air Force Operations and Maintenance account by $8,500,000, to bolster defensive cyberspace operations by supporting additional Mission Defense Teams.

9. Smith, Christopher (NJ)

Decreases Operations and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $2 million. Increases Department of Defense’s Defense Health Program account by $2 million for Tickborne Disease research.

10. Eshoo (CA)

Increases and decreases the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force account by $9.5 million in order to develop flexible imaging technologies, wearable biochemical sensing, point-of-care in low-resource environments, and en-route medical technologies to treat wounded warfighters.

11. Eshoo (CA), McKinley (WV)

Increases Department of Defense's Defense Health Program by $2 million for peer-reviewed pancreatic cancer research. Decreases Defense-wide Operation and Maintenance by $2 million.

12. Jackson Lee (TX)

Increases and decreases the Department of Defense Military Retirement Fund by $2 million to provide the Secretary of Defense the flexibility needed for technical assistance for U.S. military women to military women in other countries combating violence targeting women and children as a weapon of war, terrorism, human trafficking, and narcotics trafficking.

14. Langevin (RI)

Increases Department of Defense’s Defense Health Program by $10 million to fund the Spinal Cord Injury Research Program within the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs. Decreases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $10 million.

16. Graves, Sam (MO), Gabbard (HI), Lipinski (IL)

Increases and decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide account by $5 million to commemorate the 75th anniversary of World War II.

17. Moore (WI)

Increases and decreases Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard to fund Air National Guard Facilities Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization programs by $2.5 million.

18. Wilson, Joe (SC), Lamb (PA), Doyle (PA)

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army by $4.8 million to support mitigating musculoskeletal injury risk and optimizing bone and muscle adaptation for military physical training. Decreases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $4.8 million.

20. Walberg (MI)

Prohibits any funds under the Defense Division to be made available for the Taliban.

22. Schweikert (AZ)

Increasing funding for the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $1 million for research and development of distributed ledger technologies for defense applications. Decreases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army by $1 million.

23. Carson (IN)

Increases and decreases the Defense-wide Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide account by $4 million in order to fund DoD’s HBCU program. This will further help facilitate DoD’s investments in the physical science, mathematics, and engineering programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and their corresponding national security benefits.

26. Barr (KY), Guthrie (KY)

Increases funding for Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve by $2 million, for Operation and Maintenance, Army by $2 million, and for Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard by $2 million to be used for training support to improve readiness between components. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $6 million.

27. Cicilline (RI)

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $1.5 million for the Defense Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (DEPSCoR) program. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Space Force by $1.5 million.

28. Dingell (MI), Neguse (CO), Turner (OH), GonzálezColón, Jenniffer (PR), Young (AK), Trone (MD), Porter (CA), Welch (VT)

Increases the outlay for the Fisher House Foundation by $5 million through a general provision. Decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide account by $7.7 million.

30. Bera (CA), Larsen, Rick (WA)

Increases Cooperative Threat Reduction Account by $20 million for DoD funding to partner nations to help them prevent, detect, and respond to biological threats and infectious disease before they come to the U.S. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $20 million.

31. Moulton (MA), Wilson, Joe (SC), Fleischmann (TN)

Increases and decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Navy account by $4.3 million in order to restore the United States Sea Cadet Corps' funding to historic levels. The Sea Cadet Corps is a congressionally-chartered, U.S. Navy-based youth military program that promotes interest in the military and seamanship, as well as aviation, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

32. Moulton (MA), Wilson, Joe (SC), Fleischmann (TN)

Increases and decreases the Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense account by $3 million funding in order to restore funding for the Young Marines to historic levels. The Young Marines are a youth military program that partners with the DEA, Military Services, and other national service organization, to develop 8-18 year old members into responsible citizens and leaders.

35. Emmer (MN)

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $3 million for Defense-Wide Demilitarization Systems to develop a waterjet system to defeat a munition’s chemical, biological, or explosive ordnance without removing the munition in theater, in accordance with Department of Defense recommendations. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Air Force by $3 million.

37. Allen (GA), Khanna (CA)

Increases and decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide account by $10 million in order to assist in identifying the remains of our missing Service members from the Korean conflict.

42. Kildee (MI)

Increases the Environmental Restoration, Army account by $5 million, the Environmental Restoration, Air Force account by $5 million, and the Environmental Restoration, Navy account by $5 million to clean up PFAS contamination in and around military bases. Decreases Operations and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $16 million.

46. Panetta (CA)

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy by $8 million for clandestine mine neutralization technology. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $8 million.

48. Carbajal (CA), Cisneros (CA)

Increases funding for more Improved Outer Tactical Vests for female service members by $5 million. The safety of female service members who are in physically demanding occupations like infantry and armor is compromised as they are not provided properly designed and fitted combat equipment. Properly designed and fitted combat equipment for women should be available beginning with initial entry training through any and all deployments.

49. Carbajal (CA), Chu (CA), Torres, Norma (CA)

Increase Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army by $4 million to fund university and industry research centers to pursue research in areas of biotechnology such as advances in materials, neuroscience, systems, synthetic biology, nanotechnology and immersive technology. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $4 million.

52. O'Halleran (AZ)

Increases the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy account by $5 million in order to fund  Electromagnetic Systems Applied Research. Decreases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $5 million.

53. Brown (MD)

Increases the Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide account by $3 million for cyber resiliency efforts in the Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP). Reduces Navy Operation & Maintenance Account by $3 million.

54. Brindisi (NY)

Increases funding for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force by $5 million for the purpose of improving research and development of Quantum Information Sciences. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $5 million.

55. Pappas (NH)

Increases and decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide account by $2 million to support funding for PFOA/PFOS Study and Analysis.

56. Pappas (NH)

Increases the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army account by $2.5 million for SOCOM communications capabilities. Decreases the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide account by $2.5 million.

57. Sherrill (NJ), Langevin (RI)

Increases Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $3 million to strengthen efforts to secure science and technology research. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $3 million.

58. Sherrill (NJ)

Increases and decreases the Navy Research, Development, Test and Evaluation account by $5 million in order to support the certification/qualification process to enable the Navy to integrate 3- D printed parts more efficiently into the submarine fleet. 

62. Torres Small, Xochitl (NM)

Increases and decreases funding in the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide account by $5 million in order to support a pilot program to provide broadband access to military families and medical facilities on or near remote and isolated bases.

Adopted en bloc. 381 Yeas, 46 Nays

8. Engel (NY), McCaul (TX)

Strikes Section 9015 which prohibits funds to procure or transfer man-portable air defense systems to Ukraine.

Amendment not offered.

13. Langevin (RI), Lamborn (CO), Lieu (CA)

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy by $10 million for common mount development of the Naval Railgun. Decreases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $10 million from the Strategic Capabilities Office.

Adopted. 355 Yeas, 73 Nays

15. Langevin (RI)

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $2 million for civics education grants under the National Defense Education Program. Grants will fund the development and evaluation of civics education programs at Department of Defense domestic schools. Decreases Other Procurement, Air Force by $2 million.

Adopted. 277 Yeas, 151 Nays

19. Lipinski (IL)

Increases and decreases the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide account by $10 million in order to redirect $10 million within the RDTE account to be used for the National Security Innovation Network, for the purpose of expanding the Hacking for Defense course to more universities across the United States.

Amendment withdrawn

21. Brown (MD), Speier (CA), Kennedy (MA), Davis, Susan (CA), Escobar (TX), Pressley (MA), Cisneros (CA)

Prevents DOD from spending funds to implement ban on open transgender service.

Adopted. 243 Yeas, 183 Nays

24. Amash (MI), Lofgren (CA)

Makes significant policy changes to collection activities under Section 7021 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

Not adopted. 175 Yeas, 253 Nays

25. Garamendi (CA)

Requires domestic sourcing of components for the third and subsequent ships of the Frigate program.

Amendment not offered

29. Dingell (MI), McKinley (WV)

Increases the Department of Defense’s Defense Health Program account for research, development, test, and evaluation by $20 million for arthritis research within the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP). Decreases the Department of Defense’s Defense Health Program account for Operation and Maintenance by $20 million.

Amendment withdrawn

33. Kuster (NH), Pappas (NH)

Increases Other Procurement, Navy by $5,333,000 for funding to upgrade submarine life support systems. Decreases Procurement, Defense-Wide by $5,333,000.

Amendment withdrawn

34. Kuster (NH), Schneider (IL)

Increases and decreases the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide account by $5 million in order to support funding to develop lead-free defense electronics to ensure the defense industry can integrate cutting edge civilian technology to meet military requirements.

Adopted. 327 Yeas, 101 Nays

36. Brownley (CA)

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy by $3,492,000. Decreases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $4,080,000.

Amendment not offered

38. Visclosky (IN) (on behalf of Veasey (TX))

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army by $9 million to increase funding for the Future Vertical Lift Advanced Technologies program from $16 million to $25 million above the budget request. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $9 million.

Adopted. 389 Yeas, 39 Nays

39. Stefanik (NY), Gallego (AZ)

Increases and decreases by $20 million the Aircraft Procurement, Air Force account to purchase an E-11A aircraft to expand the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN) mission.

Amendment not offered

40. Visclosky (IN) (on behalf of Jeffries (NY))

Increases and decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide account by $500,000 to provide funding for additional reporting on the immediate risks to U.S. national security posed by climate change and its impacts to the Department and its ability to defend the nation.

Adopted. 254 Yeas, 174 Nays

41. González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR), Sablan (MP)

Increases and decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $4.356 million to fund the Innovative Readiness Training Program for the purpose of supporting DOD's efforts to produce mission-ready forces through military training opportunities and simultaneously provide key services for American communities.

Adopted by voice vote

43. Norman (SC)

Increases and decreases $7.5 million from Weapons Procurement, Navy to allow for the funding of one Expeditionary Sea Base pilot program to reduce the amount of escort missions required to be conducted by Destroyer class ships.

Adopted by voice vote

44. Lieu (CA)

Prohibits funds from being used to issue export licenses for any defense article or service as described in 22 enumerated certification transmittal documents designated by the Department of State.

Adopted. 237 Yeas, 191 Nays

45. Gallagher (WI)

Increases Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army by $20 million and Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide by $76 million to restore $96 million for missile systems that risk an escalating arms race by violating the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty between the U.S. and Russia, a treaty signed by President Reagan in 1987 from which the Trump Administration is in the process of withdrawing in response to Russian violations. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $96 million.

Not adopted. 203 Yeas, 225 Nays

47. Gallagher (WI) (on behalf of Cheney (WY))

Increases the Weapons Procurement, Navy account by $19.6 million to restore funding within in the DoD bill for deployment of the W76-2 warhead, a low-yield nuclear weapon that risks lowering the threshold for the use of nuclear weapons and increasing the chance of nuclear escalation. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $19.6 million.

Not adopted. 192 Yeas, 236 Nays

50. Blunt Rochester (DE)

Increases and decreases the Operations & Maintenance, Defense-Wide account by $1 million to provide additional funds for the Space-Available flights program and for the purpose of instructing the Department to provide Congress with an assessment of possible concerns or issues in expanding eligibility for the Space-A program to include caregivers and spouses when accompanying 100% disabled veterans.

Adopted. 424 Yeas, 3 Nays

51. Jayapal (WA)

Specifies that none of the funds made available by this act may be used for research on the Long Range Stand Off Weapon (LRSO).

Not adopted. 138 Yeas, 289 Nays, 1 Present

59. Crow (CO), Perlmutter (CO)

Increases and decreases the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide account by $13 million in order to support the Department of Defense's Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration program.

Adopted. 277 Yeas, 151 Nays

60. Crow (CO)

Increases the Department of Defense’s Defense Health Program account for research, development, test, and evaluation by $20 million for research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) by $20 million. Decreases the Department of Defense’s Defense Health Program account for Operation and Maintenance by $20 million.

Amendment withdrawn

61. Cox (CA)

Increases the Department of Defense’s Defense Health Program account by $10 million for medical research concerning traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress disorder, and psychological health. Decreases Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide by $10 million.

Adopted. 404 Yeas, 22 Nays

Division E - Energy and Water Development

63. Burgess (TX)

Reduces spending in Division E by 5 percent.

Not adopted. Yeas 146, Nays 288

64. Burgess (TX), Smith, Jason (MO)

Strikes Section 108 in Division E that prohibits Army Corps Civil Works funds from being used for a border wall.

Not adopted. Yeas 197, Nays 237

En Bloc

65. Wasserman Schultz (FL), Hastings (FL), Shalala (FL), Frankel (FL), Crist (FL), Diaz-Balart (FL), Mucarsel-Powell (FL)

States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to issue a permit under section 404 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act for the discharge of dredged or fill material from a project within Water Conservation Areas in the Everglades.

71. Langevin (RI), Garamendi (CA), Larsen, Rick (WA), Foster (IL)

This amendment decreases by $5 million and increases by $5 million the DOE National Nuclear Security Administration Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation account in support of low-enriched uranium (LEU) research for naval reactors.

73. Grijalva (AZ), Haaland (NM)

Increases DOE Office of Indian Energy Policy and Program by $2 million and decreases DOE Fossil Energy Research and Development by $2.4 million.

83. Castor (FL)

None of the funds made available in this Act may be used to finalize the Department of Energy’s proposed rule to rollback efficiency standards for certain light bulbs.

88. Bera (CA)

Increases by $2 million and decreases by $2 million the Bureaus of Reclamation’s Water and Related Resources account to support the WaterSMART grant program.

94. Boyle (PA), Porter (CA)

Prevents funds from being used to reject any application for a grant due to the use of the term "global warming" or the term "climate change" in the application.

105. Omar (MN), Jayapal (WA)

Clarifies that the Department of Energy’s Section 1703 Loan Program may provide loan guarantees only to clean energy projects that avoid, reduce, or sequester air pollutants or human-caused emissions of greenhouse gases. This is a restatement of current law.

106. Lee, Susie (NV)

Increases by $3 million the DOE Office of Science account for funding for DOE ARPA-E and decreases by $3 million the Department of Energy Departmental Administration account.

108. Garcia, Jesús (IL)

Increases by $5 million funding for DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy account and decreases by $5 million for the DOE Fossil Fuel Research and Development account.

Adopted en bloc. Yeas 233, Nays 200

En Bloc

66. Fleishmann (TN)

Increases by $123 million and decreases by $123 million the DOE National Nuclear Security Weapons Activities account for construction of critical infrastructure in NNSA.

67. Norton (DC), Brown (MD), Connolly (VA), Trone (MD)

Decreases by $5,000,000 and increases by $5,000,000 the Army Corps Investigations fund to instruct USACE to prioritize funding for the Anacostia Watershed Restoration Program. 

68. Wilson, Joe (SC)

Increases by $6.5 million and decreases by $6.5 million the DOE Defense Environmental Cleanup account to highlight the Savannah River Community and Regulatory Support under the Savannah River Site.

69. Velazquez (NY)

Decreases by $45,000,000 and increases by $45,000,000 the Army Corps of Engineers Construction projects account to support the Caño Martín Peña environmental restoration project in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

70. Graves, Sam (MO)

Increases by $4 million Army Corps Investigations account and decreases Army Corps Expenses account by the same amount.  The intent of this amendment is for the funding to be used to study natural disasters that occurred in 2019, such as flooding in the Midwest.

72. Walberg (MI), Rush (IL)

Increases funding for the office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER) at the Department of Energy by $3 million to improve cybersecurity and emergency response for the bulk power system. Decreases by $3 million the Departmental Administration account at the Department of Energy.

74. Richmond (LA), Scalise (LA)

Increases the Army Corps Operation and Maintenance accounts by $4 million and decreases the Army Corps  Expenses account by $4 million.

75. Richmond (LA), Scalise (LA)

Increases and decreases funding to the Army Corps  Operation and Maintenance Accounts by $75,000,000 to support dredging activities.

76. Richmond (LA), Scalise (LA)

Increases by $5 million Army Corps Construction account and decreases Army Corps Expenses account by the same amount to support the Louisiana Coastal Area Beneficial Use of Dredged Material Program.

77. Lipinski (IL), Foster (IL)

Reduces by $15 million and increases by $15million the Department of Energy Office of Science account to support the Argonne National Laboratory Leadership Computing Facility.

78. McKinley (WV), Mooney (WV)

Increases by $3 million the DOE Fossil Energy Research and Development account at the Department of Energy. Reduces the DOE Departmental Administration account by the same amount.

79. Loebsack (IA), Welch (VT)

Increases by $5 million and reduces by $5 million the DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy account with the intent of supporting the advancement of distributed wind technologies and research.

81. Welch (VT)

Increases by $40 million and decreases by $40 million the Army Corps Construction account to support dam rehabilitation work authorized by Section 3202 of the 2018 America's Water Infrastructure Act.

82. Kuster (NH), Stefanik (NY), Pappas (NH), Welch (VT)

Reduces by $3 million the Departmental Administration account of the Department of Energy.  Increases by $3 million the Northern Border Regional Commission, a rural economic development agency that supports job creation efforts and infrastructure projects in economically distressed rural communities.

84. Perry (PA)

Decreases funding for the DOE Departmental Administration account by $2 million and increases by $2 million the DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Program with the intent of supporting the Water Power Technologies Office.

85. Foster (IL)

Decreases by $1 and increases by $1 the DOE Nuclear Energy account for to support the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine reporting requirement with the intent to include a review of accelerator driven systems in its evaluation of the merits and viability of different nuclear fuel cycles and technology options, including both existing and future technologies.

86. Hudson (NC)

Decreases by $1,317,808,000 and then increases $1,317,808,000 the Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy to support  the creation of a microreactor pilot program. 

87. Bera (CA)

Increases by $3 million the Army Corps Operation and Maintenance account and decreases by $3 million the Corps Expenses account to support the National Levee Safety Inventory.

92. Ruiz (CA)

Increases by $2 million and decreases by $2 million within the Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources Account to support projects with a public health benefit.

93. Rouzer (NC)

Decreases by $2 million the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works and increases by $2 million funding for the Army Corps Operation and Maintenance account to carry out Section 1149 of the WIIN Act (PL-114- 322).

95. Estes (KS)

Decreases by $5 million and increases by $5 million the Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources account to highlight the importance of ground water restoration projects.

96. Rice (NY)

Increases by $16,308,000 and decreases by $16,308,000 the DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy account to support the Wind Energy Technologies Office.

98. Plaskett (VI)

Increases by $100 million and decreases by $100 million the Army Corps Construction account to support flood and storm damage reduction projects.

99. Cloud (TX)

Increases by $3 million the DOE Nuclear Energy account and decreases by $3 million the DOE Departmental Administration account.

100. Cloud (TX)

Increases by $3 million the DOE Fossil Energy Research and Development account and decreases by $3 million the DOE Departmental Administration account.

101. Blunt Rochester (DE)

Decreases by $1 million and increases by $1 million the Army Corps Investigations account to highlight  projects where the Army Corps is in arrears with project partners across the country, such as the Indian River Inlet project in Delaware.

102. Lamb (PA), Weber (TX)

Reduces by $1 million and increases by $1 million funding to the DOE Nuclear Energy account to emphasize the importance of research into increasing the cost effectiveness and efficiency of the domestic commercial nuclear fleet.

104. O'Halleran (AZ), Porter (CA)

Increases the Department of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Account by $1 million to support the Solar Ready Vets Program. Decreases by $1 million the DOE Departmental Administration account.

107. Rouda (CA)

Decreases by $5 million and increases by $5 million the Army Corps of Engineers Construction account for the purpose of highlighting reauthorization of Section 1043 of the Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014.

109. Levin, Mike (CA), Welch (VT)

Decreases by $500,000 and increases by $500,000 the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Salaries and Expenses account to highlight the need to finalize a rulemaking on aggregated distributed energy resource participation in wholesale energy markets.

110. Craig (MN), Malinowski (NJ)

Increases by $1 million the  Army Corps Investigations account to support the National Flood Risk Management Program to address flood planning for disaster prone regions. Increases by $1 million the Army Corps  Operation and Maintenance account to support the Corps Water Management System to assist with river flow tracking during flooding.  Decreases by $2.5 million the Army Corps Expenses account. 

111. Craig (MN)

Decreases by $7.5 million and increases by $7.5 million the Army Corps Construction account t to support the Beneficial Use of Dredged Material Pilot Program.

112. McAdams (UT)

Increases by $5 million the Department of Interior Central Utah Project Completion Act account for the purposes of completing water project development and decreases by $2 million the Bureau of Reclamation Policy and Administration account and decreases by $4 million the Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources account.

113. Levin, Andy (MI)

Reduces by $30 million and increases by $30 million the Army Corps Construction account to highlight ongoing efforts to improve water quality in Lake St. Clair, Michigan, including by improving the Chapaton Retention Basin, a Macomb County Combined Sewer Overflow System.

Adopted en bloc. Yeas 382, Nays 52

80. Gosar (AZ)

Prohibits funds from being used for the DOE Clean Cities Program, funded within the DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy account.

Amendment not offered

89. Mullin (OK)

Prohibits the use of funds to prepare, propose, or promulgate any regulation or guidance that references or relies on analysis of the cost of social carbon under certain Technical Support Documents published by the Interagency Working Group on Social Cost of Carbon.

Not adopted. Yeas 186, Nays 248

90. Huffman (CA)

States that none of the funds in this act can be used for the Army Corps of Engineers to finalize the environmental impact statement for the proposed Pebble Mine project.

Adopted. Yeas 233, Nays 201

91. Graves, Garret (LA)

Strikes Section 106 of Division E, which states that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to reorganize or to transfer the Civil Works functions or authority of the Corps of Engineers or the Secretary of the Army to another department or agency.

Not adopted. Yeas 162, Nays 269, 1 Voting Present

97. Banks (IN)

Reduces spending for each amount in Division E, except those amounts made available to the Department of Defense, by 14 percent.

Not adopted. Yeas 132, Nays 302

103. Jayapal (WA)

Decreases DOE National Nuclear Security Administration Weapons Activities funding by $661 million and increases DOE National Nuclear Security Administration Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation account by $661 million.

Amendment not offered