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Budget resolution FY2001 (Identified by CRS)

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An original concurrent resolution setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal years 2001 through 2005 and revising the budgetary levels for fiscal year 2000.


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Date Actions Overview
03/31/2000Committee on the Budget. Original measure reported to Senate by Senator Domenici under the authority of the order of 03/30/2000. With written report No. 106-251. Additional and Minority views filed.(text of measure as reported in Senate: CR 4/3/2000 S2041-2050)
03/31/2000Introduced in Senate

All Actions (147)

Date All Actions
04/07/2000Returned to the Calendar. Calendar No. 482.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000Senate agreed to companion measure H. Con. Res. 290 in lieu of this measure by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 45. Record Vote Number: 79.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000Senate incorporated this measure in H.Con.Res.290 as an amendment.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3049 Amendment SA 3049 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text as modified: CR S2417)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3049 Amendment SA 3049 proposed by Senator DeWine. (consideration: CR S2416-2417) To provide fiscal year 2001 funding for the United States Coast Guard.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3018 Amendment SA 3018 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2415)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3018 Amendment SA 3018 proposed by Senator Bond. (consideration: CR S2415-2416) To express the sense of the Senate that the Federal investment in programs which provide health care services to uninsured and low-income individuals in medically underserved areas be increased in order to double access to care over the next 5 years.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3073 Amendment SA 3073 as modified agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text as modified: CR S2414-2415)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3073 Amendment SA 3073 proposed by Senator Harkin. (consideration: CR S2414-2415) To express the sense of the Senate regarding protection of workers whose employers convert to cash balance pension plans.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2911 Amendment SA 2911 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2414)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2911 Amendment SA 2911 proposed by Senator Boxer. (consideration: CR S2414) To express the sense of the Senate regarding after school programs.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2962 Amendment SA 2962 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 49 - 49. Record Vote Number: 78.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2962 Motion to table amendment SA 2962 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 49 - 49. Record Vote Number: 77.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2962 Amendment SA 2962 proposed by Senator Kennedy. (consideration: CR S2412-2414; text: CR S2412) To expand medicaid and S. CHIP coverage to low income families.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2997 Amendment SA 2997 not agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2411)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2997 Amendment SA 2997 proposed by Senator Bingaman. (consideration: CR S2411-2412) To redirect tax cuts to the program for disadvantaged children in order to meet the bipartisan commitment to increase Title I funding to $15 billion.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3037 Amendment SA 3037 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2410-2411)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3037 Amendment SA 3037 proposed by Senator Reed. (consideration: CR S2410-2411) To express the sense of the Senate that Congress should grant the Food and Drug Administration the authority to regulate tobacco products.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2961 Amendment SA 2961 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2410)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2961 Amendment SA 2961 proposed by Senator Fitzgerald. (consideration: CR S2410) To express the sense of the Senate that the Social Security trust funds should be protected through sequestration.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2941 Amendment SA 2941 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2408)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2941 Amendment SA 2941 proposed by Senator Kohl. (consideration: CR S2408-2410) To strike the reserve fund for allocation of any additional surplus forecast by the Congressional Budget Office in July to the Committee on Finance for tax cuts.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2979 Amendment SA 2979 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2408)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2979 Amendment SA 2979 proposed by Senator Landrieu. (consideration: CR S2408) To express the sense of Congress on the sufficiency of the funding in the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for fiscal year 2001 for allowing members of the Armed Forces to participate in the Thrift Savings Plan.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2951 Amendment SA 2951 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2406)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3079 Amendment SA 3079 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 48. Record Vote Number: 76. (text: CR S2407)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3079 Amendment SA 3079 proposed by Senator Reid for Senator Kennedy to Amendment SA 2951. (consideration: CR S2407-2408) To express the sense of the Senate concerning an increase in the Federal minimum wage.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3078 Amendment SA 3078 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 49. Record Vote Number: 75. (text: CR S2406)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3078 Amendment SA 3078 proposed by Senator Nickles to Amendment SA 2951. (consideration: CR S2406-2407) To express the sense of the Senate that any increase in the minimum wage should be accompanied by tax relief for small businesses.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2951 Amendment SA 2951 proposed by Senator Reid for Senator Kennedy. (consideration: CR S2406-2408) To express the sense of the Senate that any increase in the minimum wage should be accompanied by tax relief for small businesses
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3028 Amendment SA 3028 as modified agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text as modified: CR S2406)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3028 Amendment SA 3028 proposed by Senator Smith, of NH. (consideration: CR S2406) To express the sense of the Senate regarding the census.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2954 Amendment SA 2954 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2402-2403)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3077 Amendment SA 3077 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 54 - 46. Record Vote Number: 74. (text: CR S2404)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3003 Amendment SA 3003 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2405)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3003 Amendment SA 3003 proposed by Senator Stevens. (consideration: CR S2404-2405) To establish a reserve fund for early learning and parent support programs.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3077 Amendment SA 3077 proposed by Senator Craig to Amendment SA 2954. (consideration: CR S2403-2406) To express the sense of the Senate regarding the enforcement of Federal firearms laws.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2954 Amendment SA 2954 proposed by Senator Durbin. (consideration: CR S2402-2404, S2406) To provide adequate funding for a gun enforcement initiative to add 500 new federal ATF agents and inspectors and fund over 1000 new federal, state, and local prosecutors to take dangerous gun offenders off the streets.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2994 Amendment SA 2994 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2400-2401)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3076 Amendment SA 3076 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 73.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3076 Amendment SA 3076 proposed by Senator Domenici to Amendment SA 2994. (consideration: CR S2402; text: CR S2402) To increase discretionary health funding by $1,600,000,000.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2994 Amendment SA 2994 proposed by Senator Specter. (consideration: CR S2400-2402) To increase discretionary health funding by $1,600,000,000.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3001 Amendment SA 3001 as modified agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (consideration: CR S2400; text as modified: CR S2400)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3001 Amendment SA 3001 proposed by Senator Edwards for Senator Torricelli. (consideration: CR S2400; text: CR S2400) To provide $250,000,000 in economic development aid to assist communities in re-building from Hurricane Floyd, including $150 million in CDBG funding, $50 million in EDA funding, $50 million in rural communities facilities grants, to provide long-term economic recovery aid to flood-ravaged communities.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2984 Amendment SA 2984 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2396)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3075 Amendment SA 3075 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2399)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3075 Motion to table amendment SA 3075 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 47 - 53. Record Vote Number: 72.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3075 Amendment SA 3075 proposed by Senator Voinovich to Amendment SA 2984. (consideration: CR S2399-2400) To express the sense of the Senate with regard to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2984 Amendment SA 2984 proposed by Senator Jeffords. (consideration: CR S2396-2399) To provide full funding for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2957 Amendment SA 2957 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 45 - 55. Record Vote Number: 71.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2957 Amendment SA 2957 proposed by Senator Lautenberg. (consideration: CR S2395; text: CR S2395) To provide a substitute.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3032 Amendment SA 3032 ruled out of order by the chair.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3032 Motion to waive the Budget Act with respect to amendment SA 3032 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 30 - 70. Record Vote Number: 70.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3032 Point of order under the Budget Act raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 3032.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3032 Amendment SA 3032 proposed by Senator Ashcroft. (consideration: CR S2393-2395; text: CR S2393-2394) To protect the Medicare surpluses through strengthened budgetary enforcement mechanisms.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2939 Amendment SA 2939 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 49. Record Vote Number: 69. (text: CR S2391)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2939 Amendment SA 2939 proposed by Senator Kennedy. (consideration: CR S2391-2393) To reduce the GOP tax cut by less than 1 percent in FY2001, and 1.8 percent over 5 years, to increase the Pell grant maximum by a total of $400- raising the basic Pell grant from the current $3,300 to $3,700.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2907 Amendment SA 2907 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 44 - 56. Record Vote Number: 68. (text: CR S2391)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2907 Amendment SA 2907 proposed by Senator Voinovich. (consideration: CR S2390-2391) To strike the reconciliation instruction for tax cuts, thereby allowing surpluses to go toward DEBT REDUCTION.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2966 Amendment SA 2966 ruled out of order by the chair.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2966 Motion to waive the Budget Act with respect to amendment SA 2966 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 67.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2966 Point of order under the Budget Act raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 2966.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2966 Amendment SA 2966 proposed by Senator Graham. (consideration: CR S2390; text: CR S2390) To establish a reserve fund for additional ESEA funding.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3031 Amendment SA 3031 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2389-2390)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3031 Amendment SA 3031 proposed by Senator Smith, of NH. (consideration: CR S2389-2390) To express the sense of the Senate regarding the type of medicare prescription drug benefit that Congress should pass.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2956 Amendment SA 2956 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2389)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2956 Amendment SA 2956 proposed by Senator Mikulski. (consideration: CR S2389) To express the sense of the Senate concerning an increase in funding for digital opportunity.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2946 Amendment SA 2946 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2388)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2946 Amendment SA 2946 proposed by Senator Ashcroft. (consideration: CR S2388-2389) To express the sense of the Senate concerning the investment of the social security trust funds.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2934 Amendment SA 2934 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2386)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3074 Amendment SA 3074 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 100 - 0. Record Vote Number: 66. (text: CR S2387)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3074 Amendment SA 3074 proposed by Senator Craig to Amendment SA 2934. (consideration: CR S2387-2388) In the nature of a perfecting amendment.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.2934 Amendment SA 2934 proposed by Senator Johnson. (consideration: CR S2386-2388: To increase funding for veterans health care.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3063 Proposed amendment SA 3063 withdrawn in Senate.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3063 Amendment SA 3063 proposed by Senator Abraham. (consideration: CR S2385-2386; text: CR S2385-2386) To provide for the protection of Social Security trust funds surpluses.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3016 Amendment SA 3016 ruled out of order by the chair.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3016 Motion to waive the Budget Act with respect to amendment SA 3016 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 44 - 56. Record Vote Number: 65.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3016 Point of order under the Budget Act raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 3016.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3016 Amendment SA 3016 proposed by Senator Conrad. (consideration: CR S2384-2385; text: CR S2384-2385) To protect Social Security surpluses and reserve a portion of on-budget surpluses for Medicare and debt reduction.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3058 Amendment SA 3058 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2384)
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000S.Amdt.3058 Amendment SA 3058 proposed by Senator Santorum. (consideration: CR S2384) To express the sense of the Senate supporting additional funding for fiscal year 2001 for medical care for our nation's veterans.
Action By: Senate
04/07/2000Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2384-2432)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2964 Amendment SA 2964 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 53 - 47. Record Vote Number: 64. (text: CR S2334)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2964 Amendment SA 2964 proposed by Senator Reed. (consideration: CR S2334-2335) To express the sense of the Senate regarding the need to reduce gun violence in America.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2913 Amendment SA 2913 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2333)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2913 Motion to table amendment SA 2913 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 19 - 81. Record Vote Number: 63.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2913 Amendment SA 2913 proposed by Senator Bond. (consideration: CR S2333-2334) To express the sense of the Senate against the Federal funding of smoke shops (discount tobacco stores).
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.3013 SA 3013 fell when SA 2965 tabled.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.3010 SA 3010 fell when SA 2965 tabled.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2965 Motion to table amendment SA 2965 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 54 - 45. Record Vote Number: 62.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2931 Amendment SA 2931 as modified agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text as modified: CR S2322)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.3009 Proposed amendment SA 3009 withdrawn in Senate.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2932 Proposed amendment SA 2932 withdrawn in Senate.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.3011 Amendment SA 3011 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2319-2320)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.3011 Amendment SA 3011 proposed by Senator Gorton. (consideration: CR S2319-2320) To express the sense of the Senate concerning the price of prescription drugs.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2942 Amendment SA 2942 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2319)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2942 Amendment SA 2942 proposed by Senator Gorton for Senator Kohl. (consideration: CR S2319) To express the sense of the Senate regarding the establishment of a national background check system for long-term care workers.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.3013 Amendment SA 3013 proposed by Senator Reid for Senator Reed to Amendment SA 2965. (consideration: CR S2301-2318; text: CR S2301) To express the sense of the Senate regarding the need to reduce gun violence in America.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.3010 Amendment SA 3010 proposed by Senator Coverdell to Amendment SA 2965. (consideration: CR S2297-2301; text: CR S2297-2298) In the nature of a substitute.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.3009 Amendment SA 3009 proposed by Senator Stevens. (consideration: CR S2331) To modify provisions relating to advance appropriations point of order and to strike language relating to delayed obligations.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2988 Amendment SA 2988 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 99 - 0. Record Vote Number: 61. (text: CR S2286)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2953 Amendment SA 2953 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2973 Amendment SA 2973 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 99 - 0. Record Vote Number: 60. (text: CR S2278)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2985 Motion to table amendment SA 2985 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 99 - 0. Record Vote Number: 59.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2988 Amendment SA 2988 proposed by Senator McCain. (consideration: CR S2286-2290, S2295-2296) To establish a special subsistence allowance for certain members of the uniformed services who are eligible to receive food stamp assistance
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2985 Amendment SA 2985 proposed by Senator Reid to Amendment SA 2953. (consideration: CR S2285-2286, S2294-2295; text: CR S2285-2286) An amendment of a perfecting nature.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2973 Amendment SA 2973 proposed by Senator Gramm to Amendment SA 2953. (consideration: CR S2278-2286, S2295) To express the sense of the Senate on proposals "to accomplish the strategic goal of completely eliminating the internal combustion engine over, say, a twenty-five year period."
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2955 Motion to table amendment SA 2955 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 49. Record Vote Number: 58.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2943 Amendment SA 2943 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 65 - 35. Record Vote Number: 57.
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2953 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2270-2273, S2277-2286, S2295)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2965 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2270, S2296-2333)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2955 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2270, S2275-2277)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2943 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2270, S2273-2275)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2932 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2270, S2331)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000S.Amdt.2931 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2270, S2296, S2318-2319, S2322-2332; text: CR S2296)
Action By: Senate
04/06/2000Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2270-2339)
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2953 Amendment SA 2953 proposed by Senator Durbin. (consideration: CR S2264-2267; text: CR S2264-2265) To provide for debt reduction and to protect the Social Security Trust Fund.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2965 Amendment SA 2965 proposed by Senator Robb. (consideration: CR S2222-2227; text: CR S222) To reduce revenue cuts by $5.9 billion over the next five years to help fund school modernization projects.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2955 Amendment SA 2955 proposed by Senator Roth. (consideration: CR S2206-2222; text: CR S2206) To strike the revenue assumption for Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) receipts in fiscal year 2005.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2943 Amendment SA 2943 proposed by Senator Byrd. (consideration: CR S2197-2206; text: CR S2197) To express the sense of the Senate on the continued use of Federal fuel taxes for the construction and rehabilitation of our nation's highways, bridges, and transit systems.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2906 Amendment SA 2906 ruled out of order by the chair.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2906 Motion to waive the Budget Act with respect to amendment SA 2906 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 16 - 84. Record Vote Number: 56.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2906 Point of order under the Budget Act raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 2906.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2935 Motion to table amendment SA 2935 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 52 - 48. Record Vote Number: 55.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2926 Motion to table amendment SA 2926 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 54 - 46. Record Vote Number: 54.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2935 Amendment SA 2935 proposed by Senator Conrad to Amendment SA 2906. (consideration: CR S2190-2196; text: CR S2191) To increase the amount of debt reduction contained in the resolution by $75 billion over 5 years.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2932 Amendment SA 2932 proposed by Senator Stevens. (consideration: CR S2197-2206) To delete provision relating to Congressional firewall for defense and non-defense spending.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2931 Amendment SA 2931 proposed by Senator Stevens. (consideration: CR S2197-2206) To delete provision relating to emergency designation spending point of order.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2906 Proposed by Senator Allard. (consideration: CR S2179-2190, S2196-2197; text: CR S2179) To protect social security and provide for repayment of the Federal debt.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2928 Amendment SA 2928 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2178-2179)
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2929 Amendment SA 2929 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (text: CR S2179)
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2929 Amendment SA 2929 proposed by Senator Domenici for Senator Johnson to Amendment SA 2928. (consideration: CR S2179) To limit the amount of the reserve.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2928 Amendment SA 2928 proposed by Senator Domenici for Senator Johnson. (consideration: CR S2178-2179) To provide funding for certain health care programs for military retirees and their dependents.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2926 Amendment SA 2926 proposed by Senator Bingaman. (consideration: CR S2159-2178, S2195-2196; text: CR S2159) To provide funding for certain education programs.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2914 Amendment SA 2914 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 99 - 1. Record Vote Number: 53. (text: CR S2145)
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2915 Amendment SA 2915 ruled out of order by the chair.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2915 Motion to waive the Budget Act with respect to amendment SA 2915 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 49. Record Vote Number: 52.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2915 Point of order under the Budget Act raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 2915.
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2915 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2145-2155; text: CR S2145)
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000S.Amdt.2914 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2145-2156)
Action By: Senate
04/05/2000Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2145-2156, S2159-2227, S2264-2267)
Action By: Senate
04/04/2000S.Amdt.2915 Amendment SA 2915 proposed by Senator Robb to Amendment SA 2914. (consideration: CR S2087-2097; text: CR S2087) To condition Senate consideration of any tax cut reconciliation legislation on previous enactment of legislation to provide an outpatient prescription drug benefit under the medicare program that is consistent with medicare reform.
Action By: Senate
04/04/2000S.Amdt.2914 Amendment SA 2914 proposed by Senator Hutchison. (consideration: CR S2085-2097; text: CR S2085) Sense of the Senate to provide for relief from the marriage penalty tax.
Action By: Senate
04/04/2000Measure laid before Senate. (consideration: CR S2053-2066, S2069-2081, S2083-2097)
Action By: Senate
03/31/2000Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 482.
Action By: Senate
03/31/2000Committee on the Budget. Original measure reported to Senate by Senator Domenici under the authority of the order of 03/30/2000. With written report No. 106-251. Additional and Minority views filed. (text of measure as reported in Senate: CR 4/3/2000 S2041-2050)
03/30/2000Committee on the Budget ordered to be reported an original measure.

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Senate Budget03/30/2000 Markup by
03/31/2000 Reported original measure S. Rept. 106-251

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Sets forth the congressional budget for the Government for FY 2001, including the appropriate budgetary levels for FY 2002 through 2005 and the revised budgetary levels for FY 2000.

Title I: Levels and Amounts - Lists recommended budgetary levels and amounts, for FY 2001 through 2005 (and revised levels and amounts for FY 2000), with respect to: (1) Federal revenues; (2) new budget authority; (3) budget outlays; (4) deficits; (5) public debt; and (6) debt held by the public.

(Sec. 102) Sets forth for such fiscal years specified amounts of revenues and outlays of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund and the Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund, including amounts of new budget authority and outlays for administrative expenses.

(Sec. 103) Lists the appropriate levels of new budget authority and budget outlays for specified major functional categories for FY 2001 through 2005 (and revised levels for FY 2000).

(Sec. 104) Requires the Senate Finance Committee to report to the Senate a reconciliation bill proposing changes in laws within its jurisdiction to reduce revenues by specified amounts in FY 2001 and the period of FY 2001 through 2005.

Title II: Budgetary Restraints and Rulemaking - Makes it out of order in the House of Representatives or the Senate to consider any revision to this or any other concurrent budget resolution (or an amendment or conference report) that sets forth a deficit for any fiscal year.

Makes such point of order inapplicable if: (1) the most recent of the Department of Commerce's advance, preliminary, or final reports of real economic growth indicate that the rate of real economic growth for the most recently reported quarter and immediately preceding quarter is less than one percent; or (2) a declaration of war is in effect.

Provides that if the social security surplus in any fiscal year is used to finance general Federal Government operations, such amount shall be deducted from the available amount of discretionary spending for the following fiscal year for purposes of any concurrent budget resolution.

Waives or suspends the point of order under this section in the Senate only by an affirmative three-fifths majority vote. Requires the same majority to sustain an appeal of the ruling of the Chair on such point of order.

(Sec. 202) Authorizes the adjustment of spending aggregates and other budgetary levels and limits and revision of allocations in the Senate for legislation reported by the Finance Committee to provide a prescription drug benefit for FY 2001 through 2003, provided the legislation will not reduce the on-budget surplus by a total of $20 billion during these years and will not cause an on-budget deficit. Requires such adjustments to be made for legislation or an amendment that provides prescription drug coverage if the Finance Committee has not reported such legislation before September 1, 2000.

Authorizes the Chairman of the Budget Committee (Chairman), if legislation is reported by the Finance Committee that extends the solvency of the Medicare Hospital Insurance Trust Fund without the use of transfers of new subsidies from the general fund, decreasing beneficiaries' access to health care, and excluding the cost of extending and modifying the prescription drug benefit described above, to change committee allocations and spending aggregates by up to $20 billion total for FY 2004 and 2005 to fund such benefit if such legislation will not cause an on-budget deficit.

(Sec. 203) Permits the Chairman, whenever the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee reports a bill (or an amendment or conference report is submitted) that provides additional resources for counties and complies with this section, to increase the allocation of budget authority (and resulting outlays to that committee by the amount) provided by such legislation, with limitations. Provides that legislation complies if it provides for the stabilization of receipt-based payments to counties that support school and road systems and provides that a portion of those payments would be dedicated toward local investments in Federal lands within the counties.

(Sec. 204) Authorizes the appropriate Budget Committee Chairman, if the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry reports a bill before June 29, 2000 (or an amendment or conference report is submitted), that provides assistance for producers of program and specialty crops and enhancements for agriculture conservation that does not cause a specified net increase in budget authority and outlays, to increase the allocation of budget authority (and resulting outlays to that committee by the amount) provided by such legislation, with limitations.

(Sec. 205) Authorizes the Chairman to reduce spending and revenue aggregates and revise committee allocations for legislation that reduces revenues if such legislation will not increase the deficit or decrease the surplus for FY 2001 or for the period of FY 2001 through 2005.

(Sec. 206) Requires the: (1) Congressional Budget Office (CBO) to update its economic and budget outlook for FY 2001 through 2010 by July 1, 2000; and (2) appropriate Budget Committee Chairman to make certain budget adjustments if such update estimates a budget surplus that exceeds the surplus set forth in the CBO's March 2000 outlook.

(Sec. 207) Directs the Chairman, if the reconciliation legislation provided for in section 104 or the Medicare legislation provided for in section 202 of this resolution does not become law by October 1, 2000, to make certain adjustments to the pay-as-you-go scorecard and the level of debt held by the public set forth in this resolution.

(Sec. 208) Provides that the criteria to be considered in determining whether a proposed expenditure or tax change is an emergency requirement in legislation are whether it is: (1) necessary, essential, or vital; (2) sudden, quickly coming into being, and not building up over time; (3) an urgent, pressing, and compelling need requiring immediate action; (4) unforeseen, unpredictable, and unanticipated; and (5) not permanent, temporary in nature. Requires a committee report or the statement of managers to justify why a requirement should be accorded emergency status if it does not meet such criteria.

Strikes emergency requirements in legislation under consideration in the Senate when a point of order is sustained against such requirements. Waives or suspends such point of order only by an affirmative three-fifths majority vote. Requires the same majority to sustain an appeal of the ruling of the Chair.

(Sec. 209) Requires the appropriate Budget Committee chairman, if legislation becomes law that increases the discretionary spending limit for FY 2001 set out in the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Act), to increase a specified allocation called for in the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 to the appropriate Appropriations Committee. Prohibits such allocation from exceeding the total budget authority and outlays set forth under such Act.

(Sec. 210) Provides a point of order in the Senate against consideration of legislation that exceeds certain discretionary spending limits in the defense and nondefense categories for FY 2001. Makes this section inapplicable if a declaration of war is in effect.

Waives or suspends such point of order only by an affirmative three-fifths majority vote. Requires the same majority to sustain an appeal of the ruling of the Chair.

(Sec. 211) Provides a point of order in the Senate against consideration of legislation or motions that provide an appropriation of new budget authority for any fiscal year: (1) after the budget year that exceeds a specified amount; and (2) subsequent to the year after the budget year.

Makes a point of order in the Senate against consideration of legislation (with exceptions) or motions that contain an appropriation of new budget authority for any fiscal year which does not become available upon the later of enactment of such legislation or the first day of that fiscal year.

Waives or suspends such points of order only by an affirmative three-fifths majority vote. Requires the same majority to sustain an appeal of the ruling of the Chair.

Terminates this section on October 1, 2002.

(Sec. 212) Provides that for purposes of points of order of this resolution and the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974, provisions contained in legislation, amendments, or motions that affect any surplus funds of the Federal reserve banks shall not be scored with respect to the levels of budget authority, outlays, or revenues contained in such legislation.

(Sec. 213) Provides that provisions contained in an appropriations bill (or related amendment or conference report) that result in increased revenues shall continue not to be scored with respect to the level of budget authority or outlays in such legislation for purposes of points of order under this resolution and the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974.

(Sec. 214) Provides for the application and effect of changes in allocations and aggregates made pursuant to this resolution.

(Sec. 215) Authorizes the Chairman, whenever the Finance Committee reports a bill (or an amendment or conference report is submitted) that facilitates children with disabilities receiving health care at home and finances health programs designed to allow such children to access the health services they need to remain at home while allowing their families to become or remain employed, to increase the spending aggregate and allocation of budget authority (and resulting outlays) to that committee by the amount provided by such legislation, with limitations.

Title III: Sense of the Senate Provisions - Expresses the sense of the Senate with respect to: (1) funding international tuberculosis control efforts; (2) tax relief for parents and funding for the Child Care and Development Block Grant; (3) tax relief for college tuition and interest paid on student loans; (4) increased funding for the National Institutes of Health; (5) funding for elementary and secondary education being in proportion to levels authorized in the Educational Opportunities Act; (6) elimination of wasted Federal expenditures and the use of revenue for tax relief or debt reduction; (7) the skilled nursing benefit and Medicare; (8) full funding as discretionary programs of certain conservation, historic preservation, and wildlife programs and funds; (9) increased appropriations for veterans' medical care; (10) educational impact aid; (11) raised acreage limits under the Conservation and Wetlands Reserve Programs; (12) tax simplification; (13) antitrust enforcement regarding agriculture mergers and anticompetitive activity; (14) trade support for American farmers; (15) the effects of social security reform on women; (16) full funding for programs established by the Violence Against Women Act of 1994; (17) the use of the False Claims Act to combat Medicare fraud; (18) funding for the National Guard; (19) protection of the defense readiness accounts; (20) compensation for the Chinese Embassy bombing in Belgrade; (21) access to information technologies and information technology training to address the digital divide; (22) funding for immunization grants; (23) tax credits for small businesses that provide health insurance to low-income employees; (24) funding for certain criminal justice programs; (25) Pell Grant funding; (26) public education reform; (27) funding for U.S. international leadership; (28) the HIV-AIDS epidemic; and (29) funding for tribal colleges.