Vote History

June 2016 Vote History

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(269) - H Con Res 129: Holocaust Victims – Adoption June 07, 2016 - Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., motion to suspend the rules and adopt the resolution that would urge Germany to ensure that Holocaust victims receive all of the medical care, home care and other "vital services necessary to live in dignity" and to immediately provide additional financial resources to address their unique needs. Motion agreed to 363-0.

Vote: Yea

(270) - HR 4906: Temporary Land Management Employees – Passage June 07, 2016 - Russell, R-Okla., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would clarify eligibility of temporary employees of land management agencies to compete for permanent positions at any federal agency under the applicable agency's merit promotion procedures. Motion agreed to 363-0.

Vote: Yea

(271) - HR 4904: Agency Software Licensing – Passage June 07, 2016 - Russell, R-Okla., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would require the Office of Management and Budget to issue a directive to require chief information officers of each executive agency to develop comprehensive software licensing policies. Motion agreed to 366-0.

Vote: Yea

(272) - HR 1815: Nevada Land Purchases and Sales – Passage June 07, 2016 - Hardy, R-Nev., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would allow for implementation of a conservation plan associated with the Virgin River, authorize the Bureau of Land Management to use a portion of proceeds from certain land sales in Lincoln County, Nev., for wildfire planning and hazardous fuel reduction projects, and reduce the size of three wilderness areas in Nevada. Motion agreed to 360-7.

Vote: Yea

(273) - H Con Res 89, HR4775, HCONRES112: Ozone Standard, Carbon Tax and Oil Tax - Previous Question June 08, 2016 - Woodall, R-Ga., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on the rule (H Res 767) that would provide for House floor consideration of a bill (HR 4775) that would delay implementation of the EPA's 2015 air quality standards for ozone, a concurrent resolution (H Con Res 89) that would express a sense of Congress that a carbon tax would be harmful to families and businesses, and a concurrent resolution (H Con Res 112) that would express a sense of Congress in opposition to a new tax on oil. Motion agreed to 230-163.

Vote: Yea

(274) - HR 4775, HCONRES112, HCONRES89: Ozone Standard, Carbon Tax and Oil Tax – Rule June 08, 2016 - Adoption of rule (H Res 767) that would provide for House floor consideration of a bill (HR 4775) that would delay implementation of the EPA's 2015 air quality standards for ozone, a concurrent resolution (H Con Res 89) that would express a sense of Congress that a carbon tax would be harmful to families and businesses, and a concurrent resolution (H Con Res 112) that would express a sense of Congress in opposition to a new tax on oil. Adopted 235-163.

Vote: Yea

(275) - HR 3826: Oregon Land Exchange – Passage June 08, 2016 - Hardy, R-Nev., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would modify the terms of a land exchange between the Forest Service and Mount Hood Meadows ski area in Oregon by reducing the amount of land the Forest Service can convey and modifying the required easements.
Motion agreed to 401-2.

Vote: Yea

(276) - HR 4775: Ozone Standards - Authorized Funds June 08, 2016 - Whitfield, R-Ky., amendment that would state that no additional funds would be authorized to implement the bill. Adopted in Committee of the Whole 236-170.

Vote: Yea

(277) - HR 4775: Ozone Standards - Pre-Construction June 08, 2016 -

Rush, D-Ill., amendment that would allow federal, state, local and tribal permitting authorities to opt out of a provision that would exempt pre-construction permit applications from new National Ambient Air Quality Standards if the EPA does not also issue implementation guidance at the same time. The provision would not apply if the entities determine that application of the provision would increase air pollution, slow issuance of final pre-construction permits or increase the cost of achieving the new air quality standard in the area. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 171-235.

(278) - HR 4775: Ozone Standards - Technological Feasibility June 08, 2016 -

Pallone, D-N.J., amendment that would remove a portion of the bill that would allow the EPA to consider "technological feasibility" when establishing new National Ambient Air Quality Standards. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 169-242.

Vote: Nay

(279) - HR 4775: Ozone Standards - Hydrogen Sulfide June 08, 2016 -

Polis, D-Colo., amendment that would require the EPA to issue a rule that would add hydrogen sulfide to the list of hazardous air pollutants. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 160-251.

Vote: Nay

(280) - HR 4775: Ozone Standards - Health and Environment June 08, 2016 -

Norton, D-D.C., amendment that would prohibit the bill from taking effect if the EPA finds that it could harm human health or the environment. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 171-239.

Vote: Nay

(281) - HR 4775: Ozone Standards – Recommit June 08, 2016 -

Rush, D-Ill., motion to recommit the bill to the House Energy and Commerce Committee with instructions to report back immediately with an amendment that would state that if the EPA administrator finds that the bill's proposal to delay implementation of the EPA's 2015 air quality standards for ozone could increase the incidence of cardiovascular or respiratory issues or other "serious harms to human health," then the bill's provisions that would delay implementation of standards would no longer apply.
Motion rejected 173-239.

Vote: Nay

(282) - HR 4775: Ozone Standards – Passage June 08, 2016 -

Passage of the bill that would delay implementation of the EPA's 2015 air quality standards for ozone from 2017 until 2025. The measure also would modify the way the agency develops its National Ambient Air Quality Standards, such as by requiring reviews of the standards every ten years instead of every five years. As amended, no additional funds would be authorized to implement the bill. Passed 234-177.

Vote: Yea

(283) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations - Question of Consideration June 09, 2016 - Question of whether the House should consider the rule (H Res 771) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill (HR 5325) that would provide $3.5 billion in fiscal 2017 for legislative branch operations, excluding Senate operations. Agreed to consider 231-170.

Vote: Nay

(284) - HR 5278: Puerto Rico Debt Reorganization – Rule June 09, 2016 - Adoption of rule (H Res 770) that would provide for House floor consideration of a bill (HR 5278) that would establish a financial oversight board for Puerto Rico that would have authority to initiate a proceeding for restructuring the island's debts in federal district court. The rule also would provide that upon passage of the bill, the House would be considered to have substituted provisions of S 2328 with provisions of the House-passed bill, and to have passed the Senate bill, as amended. Adopted 241-178.

Vote: Yea

(285) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations - Previous Question June 09, 2016 -

Woodall, R-Ga., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on the rule (H Res 771) that would provide for House floor consideration of a bill (HR 5325) that would provide $3.5 billion in fiscal 2017 for legislative branch operations, excluding Senate operations. Motion agreed to 241-18.

Vote: Yea

(286) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations – Rule June 09, 2016 -

Adoption of rule (H Res 771) that would provide for House floor consideration of a bill (HR 5325) that would provide $3.5 billion in fiscal 2017 for legislative branch operations, excluding Senate operations.
Adopted 237-182.

Vote: Yea

(287) - HR 5278: Puerto Rico Debt Reorganization - Minimum Wage June 09, 2016 - Torres, D-Calif., amendment that would remove the bill's provisions that would temporarily allow a lower minimum wage in Puerto Rico for some young workers. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 196-225.

Vote: Nay

(288) - HR 5278: Puerto Rico Debt Reorganization - Passage June 09, 2016 - Passage of the bill that would establish a financial oversight board for Puerto Rico that would have authority to initiate a proceeding for restructuring the island's debts in federal district court if negotiations between creditors and the Puerto Rican government do not result in agreement. The Puerto Rican government would need to develop fiscal plans and budgets, which the board would approve or reject. The panel could take corrective actions related to compliance, such as preventing laws passed by the Puerto Rican legislature that are significantly inconsistent with the fiscal plan from being enforced. It also would temporarily allow a lower minimum wage in Puerto Rico for some young workers. Passed 297-127.

Vote: Yea

(289) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations - Office of Good Jobs June 10, 2016 -Ellison, D-Minn., amendment that would reduce funding for the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer by $1 million, and increase funding by an equal amount, with the aim of creating an Office of Good Jobs. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 157-241.

Vote: Yea

(290) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations - One Percent Reduction June 10, 2016 -

Blackburn, R-Tenn., amendment that would reduce spending levels throughout the bill by one percent, except for funding for the Capitol Police and its buildings and the Office of the Sergeant at Arms.
Rejected in Committee of the Whole 165-237.

Vote: Yea

(291) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations - Office of Technology Assessment June 10, 2016 - Takano, D-Calif., amendment that would appropriate $2.5 million to re-institute the Office of Technology Assessment, which would be offset by an equal funding reduction from the Architect of the Capitol's capital construction and operations account. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 179-223.

Vote: Nay

(292) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations - Office of Congressional Ethics June 10, 2016 - Pearce, R-N.M., amendment that would reduce funding for the Office of Congressional Ethics by $190,970, to the fiscal 2016 level, and transfer the same amount to the spending reduction account. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 137-270.

Vote: Yea

(293) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations – Recommit June 10, 2016 -

Castro, D-Texas, motion to recommit the bill to the House Appropriations Committee with instructions to report back immediately with an amendment that would reduce funding for the Architect of the Capitol's capital construction and operations account by $200,000 and increase funding for Library of Congress salaries and expenses by the same amount, with the aim of letting the Library of Congress replace the term "illegal aliens" in subject headings as it has planned. Motion rejected 170-237.

Vote: Nay

(294) - HR 5325: Fiscal 2017 Legislative Branch Appropriations – Passage June 10, 2016 -

Passage of the bill that would provide $3.5 billion for legislative branch operations, excluding Senate operations, in fiscal 2017. The total would include $1.2 billion for House operations, $629 million for the Library of Congress, $533 million for the Government Accountability Office, $552 million for the Architect of the Capitol and $391 million for the Capitol Police. Passed 233-175.

Vote: Nay


(295) - H Con Res 89: Carbon Tax – Adoption June 10, 2016 - Adoption of the concurrent resolution that would express a sense of Congress that a carbon tax would harm families and businesses and is "not in the best interest of the United States." Adopted 237-163.

Vote: Yea

(296) - H Con Res 112: Proposed Oil Tax – Adoption June 10, 2016 - Adoption of the concurrent resolution that would express a sense of Congress in opposition to the president's proposed $10-per-barrel tax on oil. It also would express a sense of Congress that lawmakers, in considering future policy, should review potential harms of new taxes on industries that have seen job, revenue and production cuts. Adopted 253-144.

Vote: Yea

(297) - HR 4939: Caribbean Region Strategy – Passage June 13, 2016 - Royce, R-Calif., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would require the State Department to submit to Congress a multi-year strategy for U.S engagement with the Caribbean region. Motion agreed to 386-6.

Vote: Yea

(298) - HR 5312: Networking and Information Technology Research and Development – Passage June 13, 2016 - LaHood, R-Ill., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would require the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development program to conduct research in additional areas, including enhancement of cybersecurity, human-computer interactions and big data. It also would require agencies to develop a strategic plan for the program and would require the program to support large-scale, long-term, interdisciplinary research and development directed toward agency mission areas that could have significant societal benefits. Motion agreed to 385-7.

Vote: Yea

(299) - HR 5053, HR5293: Tax-Exempt Organizations and Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Previous Question June 14, 2016 - Stivers, R-Ohio, motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on the rule (H Res 778) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill (HR 5053) that would prohibit the Treasury Department from requiring 501(c) tax-exempt organizations to identify contributors in annual returns and the fiscal 2017 Defense appropriations bill (HR 5293). Motion agreed to 236-171.

Vote: Yea

(300) - HR 5053, HR5293: Tax-Exempt Organizations and Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations – Rule June 14, 2016 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 778) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill (HR 5053) that would prohibit the Treasury Department from requiring 501(c) tax-exempt organizations to identify contributors in annual returns and the fiscal 2017 Defense appropriations bill (HR 5293). Adopted 239-179.

Vote: Yea

(301) - HR 5049: Major Multi-User Research Facilities – Passage June 14, 2016 - Loudermilk, R-Ga., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would require the National Science Foundation to ensure that an incurred cost audit happens at least biennially on major multi-user research facilities in accordance with Government Accountability Office standards, and to ensure that an external cost proposal analysis is conducted for such facilities. Motion agreed to 412-9.

Vote: Yea

(302) - HR 5053: Tax-Exempt Organization Donors – Recommit June 14, 2016 - Sarbanes, D-Md., motion to recommit the bill to the House Ways and Means Committee with instructions to report it back immediately with an amendment that would modify the measure to not apply to organizations that directly or indirectly participate or intervene in political campaigns related to candidates for public office. Motion rejected 180-238.

Vote: Yea

(303) - HR 5053: Tax-Exempt Organization Donors – Passage June 14, 2016 - Passage of the bill that would prohibit the Treasury Department from requiring 501(c) tax-exempt organizations to submit names, addresses, or other identifying information of contributors as part of their annual returns. The measure would retain disclosure requirements for contributions made by an officer or director of the tax-exempt group and employees who are among the five highest paid in the organization. Passed 240-182.

Vote: Yea

(304) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Previous Question June 15, 2016 -

Byrne, R-Ala., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on the rule (H Res 783) that would provide for further House floor consideration of the bill (HR 5293) that would provide $575.8 billion for the Defense Department and national security operations in fiscal 2017. Motion agreed to 239-183.

Vote: Yea

(305) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations – Rule June 15, 2016 -

Adoption of rule (H Res 783) that would provide for further House floor consideration of the bill (HR 5293) that would provide $575.8 billion for the Defense Department and national security operations in fiscal 2017. It also would grant suspension authority for the legislative day of June 16, 2016. Adopted 240-185.

Vote: Yea

(306) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Depots and Organic Industrial Base June 16, 2016 - Shuster, R-Pa., amendment that would increase funding for Army operations and maintenance by $170 million, with the aim of preventing a cut to depots and the Organic Industrial Base, which would be offset by reductions in funding for defense-wide operations and maintenance and certain environmental restoration accounts. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 205-216.

Vote: Yea

(307)- HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Office of Good Jobs June 16, 2016 -

Ellison, D-Minn., amendment that would decrease funding for defense-wide operations and maintenance by $1 million, and increase funding by the same amount, with the aim of creating an Office of Good Jobs for the Defense Department. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 172-248.

Vote: Yea

(308) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Missile Defense Agency Research June 16, 2016 - Rogers, R-Ala., amendment that would increase funding for defense-wide research and development by approximately $109 million, and would reduce funding for Air Force research and development by the same amount, with the aim of adding additional funding for directed energy and other research and development at the Missile Defense Agency. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 177-243.

Vote: Yea

(309) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Long Range Standoff Weapon June 16, 2016 - Quigley, D-Ill., amendment that would decrease funding for Air Force research and development by $76 million and would transfer the money to the spending reduction account, with the aim of reducing funding for the Long Range Standoff weapon by $76 million. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 159-261.

Vote: Nay

(310) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Base Realignment and Closure June 16, 2016 - O'Rourke, D-Texas, amendment that would remove a section of the bill that would prohibit use of funds for a new Base Realignment and Closure round. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 157-263.

Vote: Yea

(311) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Defense Installations in Germany June 16, 2016 - Huffman, D-Calif., amendment that would remove a section of the bill that would require the Air Force to use U.S.-sourced energy as the base load energy for heating at U.S. defense installations in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Adopted in Committee of the Whole 268-153.

Vote: Yea

(312) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Funding to Pakistan June 16, 2016 -

Poe, R-Texas, amendment that would reduce by $200 million funding for payments to reimburse nations for support provided to U.S. military and stability operations in Afghanistan and to counter the Islamic State, with the aim of reducing funding to Pakistan from $900 million to $700 million. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 191-230.

Vote: Yea

(313) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Athletic Shoes June 16, 2016 -

Sanford, R-S.C., amendment that would bar use of funds in contravention of a law related to cash allowances for clothing not furnished to enlisted members of the armed forces, with respect to athletic shoes. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 155-265.

Vote: Yea

(314) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Climate Change Directive June 16, 2016 -

Buck, R-Colo., amendment that would prohibit use of funds to implement a Defense Department directive related to climate change. Adopted in Committee of the Whole 216-205.

Vote: Yea

(315) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Unaccompanied Immigrant Children June 16, 2016 - Byrne, R-Ala., amendment that would prohibit use of funds to modify military installations in the United States to provide temporary housing for unaccompanied immigrant children. Adopted in Committee of the Whole 223-198.

Vote: Yea

(316) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Unaccompanied Immigrant Children June 16, 2016 - King, R-Iowa, amendment that would prohibit use of funds to implement, or in response to, a Nov. 25, 2015, memorandum of the deputy assistant secretary of Defense for homeland defense integration and defense support of civil authorities titled "Memorandum for Secretaries of the Military Departments Director, Joint Staff." Adopted in Committee of the Whole 221-200.

Vote: Yea

(317) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Military Enlistment June 16, 2016 -

Gosar, R-Ariz., amendment that would prohibit use of funds to extend the expiration date of, or to reissue with a new expiration date, a Sept. 25, 2014, memo that allowed undocumented immigrants granted deferral of deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to be eligible for military enlistment through the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest program. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 210-211.

Vote: Yea

(318) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Military Enlistment June 16, 2016 - King, R-Iowa, amendment that would bar use of funds to extend the expiration date of a Sept. 25, 2014, memo that allowed undocumented immigrants granted deferral of deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to be eligible for military enlistment through the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest program. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 207-214.

Vote: Yea

(319) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Guantanamo Bay Detainees June 16, 2016 -

Lamborn, R-Colo., amendment that would prohibit use of funds by the Defense Department to survey, assess or review potential locations in the United States to house Guantanamo Bay detainees. Adopted in Committee of the Whole 245-175.

Vote: Yea

(320) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Counter-Drug Activities in Afghanistan June 16, 2016 - Massie, R-Ky., amendment that would prohibit use of funds for counter-drug activities in Afghanistan. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 48-372.

Vote: Nay

(321) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations – Surveillance June 16, 2016 -

Massie, R-Ky., amendment that would prohibit use of funds to conduct warrantless surveillance of Americans' digital communications when the data crosses the U.S. border. It also would prohibit use of funds by the CIA and the National Security Agency to request companies to alter their products to allow electronic surveillance. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 198-222.

Vote: Yea

(322) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Green Energy Mandates June 16, 2016 -

McClintock, R-Calif., amendment that would bar use of funds for implementing certain green energy mandates. Adopted in Committee of the Whole 221-197.

Vote: Yea

(323) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Overseas Contingency Operations June 16, 2016 - Mulvaney, R-S.C., amendment that would prohibit war funds from being used for anything other than contingency operations as defined in law. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 112-306.

Vote: Nay

(324) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Guantanamo Bay June 16, 2016 -

DeSantis, R-Fla., for Pompeo, R-Kan., amendment that would prohibit use of funds to pay salaries or expenses for the offices of the special envoy for Guantanamo detention closure or the principal director for detainee policy. Adopted in Committee of the Whole 226-194.

Vote: Yea

(325) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Pakistan Assistance June 16, 2016 -

Rohrabacher, R-Calif., amendment that would prohibit use of funds for assistance to Pakistan.
Rejected in Committee of the Whole 84-336.

Vote: Nay

(326) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund Projects June 16, 2016 - Walberg, R-Mich., amendment that would prohibit use of funds to implement a provision in current law related to paying for existing Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund projects. Adopted in Committee of the Whole 218-201.

Vote: Yea

(327) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Cluster Munitions to Saudi Arabia June 16, 2016 - Conyers, D-Mich., amendment that would prohibit use of funds to transfer or authorize the transfer of cluster munitions to Saudi Arabia. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 204-216.

Vote: Yea

(328) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Syria Train and Equip June 16, 2016 -

Gabbard, D-Hawaii, amendment that would prohibit use of funds for the Syria train and equip program.
Rejected in Committee of the Whole 135-283.

Vote: Yea

(329) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Authorization for Use of Military Force June 16, 2016 - McGovern, D-Mass., amendment that would prohibit use of funds for combat operations in Iraq or Syria unless an authorization for use of military force is enacted. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 135-285.

Vote: Yea

(330) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - Authorization for Use of Military Force June 16, 2016 - Lee, D-Calif., amendment that would prohibit use of funds for the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force beginning April 30, 2017. Rejected in Committee of the Whole 146-274.

Vote: Nay

(331) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations - One Percent Spending Reduction June 16, 2016 - Polis, D-Colo., amendment that would reduce the total amount of appropriations that would be made available by the bill by one percent, except for funding for military personnel, the Defense Health Program account and overseas contingency operations.
Rejected in Committee of the Whole 69-351.

Vote: Nay

(332) - HR 5293: Fiscal 2017 Defense Appropriations – Passagen June 16, 2016 -

Passage of the bill that would provide $575.8 billion in discretionary funding for the Defense Department in fiscal 2017. The total would include $517.1 billion in base Defense Department funding subject to spending caps. It also would include $58.6 billion in overseas contingency operations funding, of which $15.7 billion would be used for non-war base budget purposes. The bill would provide approximately $209.2 billion for operations and maintenance, approximately $120.8 billion for procurement, approximately $70.8 billion for research and development and $132.6 billion for military personnel, including a 2.1 percent pay raise. It also would provide roughly $34.3 billion for defense health programs. As amended, the measure would prohibit use of funds to survey or assess potential locations in the United States to house Guantanamo Bay detainees. Also as amended, it would prohibit use of funds to modify military installations in the United States to provide temporary housing for unaccompanied immigrant children. Passed 282-138.

Vote: Yea

(333) - HR 5471: Counterterrorism Package – Passage June 16, 2016 -

McCaul, R-Texas, motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would authorize the Homeland Security Department to train state and local law enforcement at fusion centers as part of the department's efforts to counter violent extremism and terrorism. It also would codify and expand the Counterterrorism Advisory Board and require the department to incorporate testimonials of former extremists and their friends and families as part of the department's efforts to combat terrorist recruitment in the United States.
Motion agreed to 402-15.

Vote: Yea

(334) - HR 5525: Cellphone Service Subsidies – Passage June 21, 2016 -

Scott, R-Ga., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would end subsidies for mobile voice and data service under the Federal Communications Commission's Lifeline program for low-income Americans. Motion rejected 207-143.

Vote: Yea

(335) - HR 5388: Cybersecurity Technologies – Passage June 21, 2016 -

Ratcliffe, R-Texas, motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would require the Homeland Security Department to support research and development on cybersecurity technologies. The research would need to advance development of more secure information systems, create technologies for detecting cyberattacks and establish recovery methods. Motion agreed to 351-4.

Vote: Yea

(336) - HR 5389: Homeland Security Department and Technology Firms – Passage June 21, 2016 -

Ratcliffe, R-Texas, motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would require the Homeland Security Department to create a strategic plan to work with technology developers and firms to address homeland security needs. It also would allow the department to have offices in areas with high concentrations of "innovative and emerging" technology firms. Motion agreed to 347-8.

Vote: Yea

(337) - H J Res 88: Fiduciary Rule - Previous Question June 22, 2016 -

Kline, R-Minn., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate) on consideration of a veto override of the joint resolution that would disapprove and nullify the Labor Department's April 2016 rule regarding standards for individuals who provide retirement investment advice to act in the best interests of their clients. Motion agreed to 229-175.

Vote: Yea

(338) - H J Res 88: Fiduciary Rule - Veto Override June 22, 2016 -

Passage, over President Obama's June 8, 2016 veto, of the joint resolution that would disapprove and nullify the Labor Department's April 2016 rule regarding standards for individuals who provide retirement investment advice to act in the best interests of their clients. Rejected 239-180.

Vote: Yea

(339) - : Procedural Motion - Hour of Meeting June 23, 2016 -

Sessions, R-Texas, motion that when the House adjourn, it next meet at 2:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 23, 2016. Motion agreed to 234-166.

Vote: Yea

(340) - : Procedural Motion - Motion to Adjourn June 23, 2016 -

Sessions, R-Texas, motion to adjourn. Motion agreed to 234-173.

Vote: Yea

(341) - HR 2577: Fiscal 2017 Military Construction-VA Appropriations and Zika Funding – Rule June 23, 2016 - Adoption of rule (H Res 797) that would provide for House floor consideration of the conference report on the bill (HR 2577) that would provide funding in fiscal 2017 for the Veterans Affairs Department, military construction and military housing and also provide funding to combat the Zika virus. It would grant suspension authority on the legislative days of June 23, 2016 and June 24, 2016. The rule also would provide that upon adoption of the conference report, H Con Res 139 would be considered adopted. Adopted 232-176.

Vote: Yea

(342) - HR 2577: Fiscal 2017 Military Construction-VA Appropriations and Zika Funding - Conference Report June 23, 2016 - Adoption of the conference report on the bill that would provide $189.6 billion in fiscal 2017 for the Veterans Affairs Department, military construction and military housing. The total would include $82.5 billion in discretionary funding and $172 million in Overseas Contingency Operations funding. The Veterans Health Administration's medical services account would receive a total of $52.8 billion for fiscal 2017. It would provide $7.7 billion for military construction and $1.3 billion for family housing. The conference report would provide $66.4 billion in advance appropriations for certain VA medical accounts for fiscal 2018. In addition, the conference report would provide $1.1 billion in supplemental funding to combat the Zika virus, including $476 million for the Centers for Disease Control. The conference report would offset $750 million of the Zika funding by rescinding previously appropriated but unobligated funds, including $107 million of previously appropriated funding to combat the Ebola outbreak and $543 million that was provided under the 2010 health care law to create health care exchanges in U.S. territories. Adopted (thus sent to the Senate) 239-171.

Vote: Yea

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