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An original concurrent resolution setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2016 and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2017 through 2025.


Actions Overview (9)

Date
05/05/2015Conference report agreed to in Senate: Senate agreed to conference report by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 48. Record Vote Number: 171.
04/30/2015Conference report agreed to in House: On agreeing to the conference report Agreed to by the Yeas and Nays: 226 - 197 (Roll no. 183).(consideration: CR H2702)
04/29/2015Conference report filed: Conference report H. Rept. 114-96 filed.(text of conference report: CR H2516-2574)
04/29/2015Conference committee actions: Conferees agreed to file conference report.
04/20/2015Conference committee actions: Conference held.
04/14/2015Passed/agreed to in House: On agreeing to the resolution, as amended Agreed to pursuant to H. Res. 189.
03/27/2015Passed/agreed to in Senate: Resolution agreed to in Senate with amendments by Yea-Nay Vote. 52 - 46. Record Vote Number: 135.(text: CR 4/13/2015 S2112-2139)
03/20/2015Committee on the Budget. Original measure reported to Senate by Senator Enzi under authority of the order of the Senate of 03/19/2015. Without written report.
03/20/2015Introduced in Senate

All Actions (668)

Date Chamber
05/06/2015SenateMessage on Senate action sent to the House.
05/05/2015SenateSenate agreed to conference report by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 48. Record Vote Number: 171.
05/05/2015SenateConference report considered in Senate. (consideration: CR S2613-2625, S2625-2644)
05/05/2015SenateMotion to proceed to consideration of the conference report to S. Con. Res. 11 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 53 - 44. Record Vote Number: 170. (consideration: CR S2613)
05/04/2015SenateConference papers: message on House action held at the desk in Senate.
04/30/2015-6:16pmHouseMotions to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
04/30/2015-6:16pmHouseOn agreeing to the conference report Agreed to by the Yeas and Nays: 226 - 197 (Roll no. 183). (consideration: CR H2702)
04/30/2015-5:42pmHouseThe House proceeded to consider the conference report H.Rept. 114-96 as unfinished business. (consideration: CR H2702)
04/30/2015-5:26pmHousePOSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - Pursuant to clause 8 rule 20 further proceedings on the motion were postponed.
04/30/2015-5:26pmHousePursuant the clause 10 rule 20 the yeas and nays were ordered on the conference report to accompany S.Con.Res. 11.
04/30/2015-5:26pmHouseThe previous question was ordered pursuant to the rule. (consideration: CR H2702)
04/30/2015-4:13pmHouseDEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on the conference report to accompany S. Con. Res. 11.
04/30/2015-4:13pmHouseMr. Price, Tom brought up conference report H. Rept. 114-96 for consideration under the provisions of H. Res. 231. (consideration: CR H2694-2702)
04/29/2015-8:32pmHouseRules Committee Resolution H. Res. 231 Reported to House. Resolution provides for consideration of H.R. 1732, the conference report to accompany S. Con. Res. 11, and H.J. Res. 43.
04/29/2015SenateConference papers: Senate report and manager's statement held at the desk in Senate.
04/29/2015-2:27pmHouseConference report H. Rept. 114-96 filed. (text of conference report: CR H2516-2574)
04/29/2015-2:25pmConferees agreed to file conference report.
Action By: Both Chambers
04/20/2015-4:06pmConference held.
Action By: Both Chambers
04/16/2015SenateMessage on Senate action sent to the House.
04/15/2015SenateSenate appointed conferee(s) Enzi; Grassley; Sessions; Crapo; Graham; Portman; Toomey; Johnson; Ayotte; Wicker; Corker; Perdue; Sanders; Murray; Wyden; Stabenow; Whitehouse; Warner; Merkley; Baldwin; Kaine; King. (consideration: CR S2212)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Stabenow to instruct Senate conferees (Medicare cuts) rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 45 - 52. Record Vote Number: 153. (consideration: CR S2211-2212)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Sanders to instruct Senate conferees (for Senator Murray (Eliminate Sequestration)) rejected in Senate by Voice Vote. (consideration: CR S2211)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Sanders to instruct Senate conferees (for Senator Murray (Paid Sick Leave)) agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (consideration: CR S2211)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Fischer to instruct Senate conferees (Paid Sick Leave) agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (consideration: CR S2211)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Mikulski to instruct Senate conferees (Equal Pay) rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 44 - 53. Record Vote Number: 152. (consideration: CR S2211)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Fischer to instruct Senate conferees (Equal Pay) agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 57 - 40. Record Vote Number: 151. (consideration: CR S2210)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Bennet to instruct Senate conferees (Climate Change) agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (consideration: CR S2210)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Schatz to instruct Senate conferees (Same Sex Marriage Benefits) agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (consideration: CR S2210)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Sanders to instruct Senate conferees (Social Security) agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 84 - 13. Record Vote Number: 150. (consideration: CR S2209-2210)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Warren to instruct Senate conferees (Student Loans) rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 45 - 52. Record Vote Number: 149. (consideration: CR S2209)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Enzi to instruct Senate conferees (for Senator Burr (Student Loans)) agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 97 - 0. Record Vote Number: 148. (consideration: CR S2208-2209)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Sanders to instruct Senate conferees (Postal Plant Closures) agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 85 - 11. Record Vote Number: 147. (consideration: CR S2208)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Brown to instruct Senate conferees (Wall Street Banks) agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 86 - 11. Record Vote Number: 146. (consideration: CR S2208)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Fischer to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2207; text: CR S2207)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Fischer to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2207; text: CR S2207)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Stabenow to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2206-2207; text: CR S2206)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Sanders to instruct Senate conferees (for Senator Murray) made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2205; text: CR S2205)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Sanders to instruct Senate conferees (for Senator Murray) made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2205; text: CR S2205)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Bennet to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2204-2205; text: CR S2205)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Mikulski to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2204; text: CR S2204)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Enzi to instruct Senate conferees (for Senator Burr) made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2203; text: CR S2203)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Sanders to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2202-2203; text: CR S2202)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Warren to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2201; text: CR S2201)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Brown to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2200-2201; text: CR S2200)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Schatz to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2200; text: CR S2200)
04/15/2015SenateMotion by Senator Sanders to instruct Senate conferees made in Senate. (consideration: CR S2199; text: CR S2199)
04/15/2015SenateSenate disagreed to House amendment, agreed to request for conference and authorized the Presiding Officer to appoint conferees by Yea-Nay Vote. 54 - 43. Record Vote Number: 145. (consideration: CR S2198)
04/15/2015SenateConsidered by Senate (Message from the House considered). (consideration: CR S2193-2198, S2199-2201, S2201, S2202-2203, S2204-2212; text: CR S2193)
04/15/2015SenateMessage on House action received in Senate and at desk: House amendment to Senate bill and House requests a conference.
04/14/2015-6:14pmHouseThe Speaker appointed conferees: Tom Price of Georgia, Rokita, Diaz-Balart, Black, Moolenaar, Van Hollen, Yarmuth, and Moore. (consideration: CR H2198)
04/14/2015-6:14pmHouseMotion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
04/14/2015-6:14pmHouseOn motion that the House instruct conferees Failed by the Yeas and Nays: 187 - 239 (Roll no. 153). (consideration: CR H2198)
04/14/2015-2:59pmHousePOSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Van Hollen motion to instruct conferees on S. Con. Res. 11, the Chair put the question on adoption of the motion and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Van Hollen demanded the yeas and nays and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the motion to instruct until a time to be announced.
04/14/2015-2:59pmHouseThe previous question was ordered without objection. (consideration: CR H2197)
04/14/2015-1:57pmHouseDEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on the motion to instruct conferees on S. Con. Res. 11. The instructions contained in the motion seek to require the managers on the part of the House to (1) recede from disagreement with the Senate with respect to sec. 363 of S. Con. Res. 11 (relating to the requirement for earned paid sick time to address the health needs of workers and their families); and (2) to recede from subsection (e)(3) of sec. 808 of the House Amendment (relating to changing the current Medicare program, and replacing it with premium support payments).
04/14/2015-1:56pmHouseMr. Van Hollen moved that the House instruct conferees. (consideration: CR H2197-2198)
04/14/2015-1:56pmHouseMotion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
04/14/2015-1:56pmHouseOn motion that the House insist upon its amendment, and request a conference Agreed to by voice vote. (consideration: CR H2177)
04/14/2015-1:55pmHouseOn ordering the previous question Agreed to by voice vote. (consideration: CR H2171-2177)
04/14/2015-1:55pmHouseDEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on the Price, Tom motion that the House insist on its amendment to S. Con. Res. 11 and request a conference with the Senate.
04/14/2015-1:55pmHouseMr. Price, Tom moved that the House insist upon its amendment, and request a conference. (consideration: CR H2171)
04/14/2015-1:55pmHousePursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 189, the Chair recognized Mr. Price, Tom for a motion.
04/14/2015-1:55pmHouseOn agreeing to the resolution, as amended Agreed to pursuant to H. Res. 189.
04/14/2015-1:55pmHouseThe House struck all after the enacting clause and inserted in lieu thereof the provisions of a similar measure H. Con. Res. 27. Agreed to pursuant to H. Res. 189.
04/14/2015-1:55pmHousePursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 189, the House took S. Con. Res. 11 from the Speaker's table.
04/14/2015-1:55pmHouseConsidered under the provisions of rule H. Res. 189. (consideration: CR H2171-2178)
04/14/2015-1:54pmHouseRule H. Res. 189 passed House.
04/13/2015-7:32pmHouseRules Committee Resolution H. Res. 189 Reported to House. Resolution provides for consideration of 3 measures: H.R. 650; H.R. 685; and S. Con. Res. 11.
04/13/2015-4:06pmHouseHeld at the desk.
04/13/2015-4:01pmHouseReceived in the House.
04/13/2015SenateMessage on Senate action sent to the House.
03/27/2015SenateResolution agreed to in Senate with amendments by Yea-Nay Vote. 52 - 46. Record Vote Number: 135. (text: CR 4/13/2015 S2112-2139)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.724 Proposed amendment SA 724 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.535 Proposed amendment SA 535 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.984 Proposed amendment SA 984 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1025 Proposed amendment SA 1025 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1024 Proposed amendment SA 1024 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.722 Proposed amendment SA 722 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.932 Proposed amendment SA 932 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.865 Proposed amendment SA 865 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.596 Proposed amendment SA 596 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.588 Proposed amendment SA 588 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.729 Proposed amendment SA 729 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.926 Proposed amendment SA 926 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.925 Proposed amendment SA 925 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.759 Proposed amendment SA 759 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.856 Proposed amendment SA 856 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.749 Proposed amendment SA 749 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.611 Proposed amendment SA 611 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.321 Proposed amendment SA 321 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1011 Proposed amendment SA 1011 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.506 Proposed amendment SA 506 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.505 Proposed amendment SA 505 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.504 Proposed amendment SA 504 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.668 Proposed amendment SA 668 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.666 Proposed amendment SA 666 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.667 Proposed amendment SA 667 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.678 Proposed amendment SA 678 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.677 Proposed amendment SA 677 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.593 Proposed amendment SA 593 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.573 Proposed amendment SA 573 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.897 Proposed amendment SA 897 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.896 Proposed amendment SA 896 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.967 Proposed amendment SA 967 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.707 Proposed amendment SA 707 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.468 Proposed amendment SA 468 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.467 Proposed amendment SA 467 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.991 Proposed amendment SA 991 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.590 Proposed amendment SA 590 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.562 Proposed amendment SA 562 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.565 Proposed amendment SA 565 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.781 Proposed amendment SA 781 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.448 Proposed amendment SA 448 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.445 Proposed amendment SA 445 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.878 Proposed amendment SA 878 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.427 Proposed amendment SA 427 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.681 Proposed amendment SA 681 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.900 Proposed amendment SA 900 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.440 Proposed amendment SA 440 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.521 Proposed amendment SA 521 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.415 Proposed amendment SA 415 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.852 Proposed amendment SA 852 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.743 Proposed amendment SA 743 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.715 Proposed amendment SA 715 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.795 Proposed amendment SA 795 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.539 Proposed amendment SA 539 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.341 Proposed amendment SA 341 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.953 Proposed amendment SA 953 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.952 Proposed amendment SA 952 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.843 Proposed amendment SA 843 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.633 Proposed amendment SA 633 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.895 Proposed amendment SA 895 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.700 Proposed amendment SA 700 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.436 Proposed amendment SA 436 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.802 Proposed amendment SA 802 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.391 Proposed amendment SA 391 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.343 Proposed amendment SA 343 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.457 Proposed amendment SA 457 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.452 Proposed amendment SA 452 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.870 Proposed amendment SA 870 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.791 Proposed amendment SA 791 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.345 Proposed amendment SA 345 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.812 Proposed amendment SA 812 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.800 Proposed amendment SA 800 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.387 Proposed amendment SA 387 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.465 Proposed amendment SA 465 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.368 Proposed amendment SA 368 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.462 Proposed amendment SA 462 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.352 Proposed amendment SA 352 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.389 Proposed amendment SA 389 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.388 Proposed amendment SA 388 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.412 Proposed amendment SA 412 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2022)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.394 Amendment SA 394 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.586 Amendment SA 586 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1104 Amendment SA 1104 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.694 Amendment SA 694 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.645 Amendment SA 645 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.585 Amendment SA 585 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.580 Amendment SA 580 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1091 Amendment SA 1091 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.473 Amendment SA 473 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.435 Amendment SA 435 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1101 Amendment SA 1101 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1105 Amendment SA 1105 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.792 Amendment SA 792 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.392 Amendment SA 392 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.866 Amendment SA 866 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.986 Amendment SA 986 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.918 Amendment SA 918 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.434 Amendment SA 434 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1044 Amendment SA 1044 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.639 Amendment SA 639 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1013 Amendment SA 1013 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1033 Amendment SA 1033 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.720 Amendment SA 720 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1003 Amendment SA 1003 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.803 Amendment SA 803 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.708 Amendment SA 708 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.520 Amendment SA 520 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.569 Amendment SA 569 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.697 Amendment SA 697 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1005 Amendment SA 1005 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.437 Amendment SA 437 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.643 Amendment SA 643 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1067 Amendment SA 1067 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.721 Amendment SA 721 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.877 Amendment SA 877 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1002 Amendment SA 1002 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.364 Amendment SA 364 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.713 Amendment SA 713 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.899 Amendment SA 899 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.882 Amendment SA 882 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.342 Amendment SA 342 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.578 Amendment SA 578 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.705 Amendment SA 705 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.439 Amendment SA 439 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.793 Amendment SA 793 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.431 Amendment SA 431 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.638 Amendment SA 638 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.636 Amendment SA 636 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.642 Amendment SA 642 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.983 Amendment SA 983 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1110 Amendment SA 1110 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1073 Amendment SA 1073 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.752 Amendment SA 752 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.453 Amendment SA 453 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1028 Amendment SA 1028 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.420 Amendment SA 420 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1099 Amendment SA 1099 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.533 Amendment SA 533 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.822 Amendment SA 822 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.491 Amendment SA 491 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.490 Amendment SA 490 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.402 Amendment SA 402 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.482 Amendment SA 482 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1039 Amendment SA 1039 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.620 Amendment SA 620 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.625 Amendment SA 625 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.442 Amendment SA 442 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.426 Amendment SA 426 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.648 Amendment SA 648 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.458 Amendment SA 458 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.404 Amendment SA 404 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.931 Amendment SA 931 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.374 Amendment SA 374 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.827 Amendment SA 827 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1027 Amendment SA 1027 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.416 Amendment SA 416 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.380 Amendment SA 380 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1081 Amendment SA 1081 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.538 Amendment SA 538 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.830 Amendment SA 830 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.770 Amendment SA 770 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.693 Amendment SA 693 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.339 Amendment SA 339 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.534 Amendment SA 534 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.449 Amendment SA 449 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.597 Amendment SA 597 as modified agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.456 Amendment SA 456 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.346 Amendment SA 346 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.885 Amendment SA 885 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.604 Amendment SA 604 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.651 Amendment SA 651 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.595 Amendment SA 595 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.422 Amendment SA 422 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.624 Amendment SA 624 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.425 Amendment SA 425 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.348 Amendment SA 348 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.765 Amendment SA 765 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.780 Amendment SA 780 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.485 Amendment SA 485 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.647 Amendment SA 647 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.950 Amendment SA 950 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.586 Amendment SA 586 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Manchin. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2021) To modify the deficit-neutral reserve fund for veterans and servicemembers to address specifically the growing backlog of appeals of decisions regarding claims for disability compensation.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1104 Amendment SA 1104 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Wicker. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2021) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve funds relating to imposing sanctions with respect to foreign persons responsible for gross violations of internationally recognized human rights or significant acts of corruption and to encourage the Secretary of State to add additional names to the Magnitsky List.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.645 Amendment SA 645 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Manchin. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2021) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to underground and surface coal mining safety and health research.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.585 Amendment SA 585 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Manchin. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2021) To modify the deficit-neutral reserve fund for veterans and servicemembers to improve outreach, access, and services for rural veterans.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.580 Amendment SA 580 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Manchin. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2021) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing adequate funding for the Contract Tower Program of the Federal Aviation Administration.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1091 Amendment SA 1091 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Franken. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2021) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing students and families with transparent, easily understood information about postsecondary education financial aid.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1101 Amendment SA 1101 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Durbin. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2021) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to support investments in research and development and to improve the competitiveness of the United States.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1105 Amendment SA 1105 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Feinstein. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2021) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving community relations with law enforcement officers.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.792 Amendment SA 792 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Bennet. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2020-2021) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to innovation in higher education.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.866 Amendment SA 866 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Murray. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2020) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing funding for the Department of Transportation for the TIGER discretionary grant program.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.986 Amendment SA 986 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Reed. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2020) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to reforming student loan programs, which may include risk-sharing by institutions of higher education.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.918 Amendment SA 918 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Reed. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2020) To include legislation concerning weatherization and energy efficiency retrofit programs in a deficit-neutral reserve fund.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1013 Amendment SA 1013 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Heinrich. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2020) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to strengthening the economy by accelerating the transfer of technologies from laboratories of the Department of Energy and the Department of Defense to the marketplace.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1033 Amendment SA 1033 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Booker. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2020) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the prioritization of broad-based criminal justice reform.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1003 Amendment SA 1003 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Tester. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2020) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to authorizing children who are eligible to receive health care furnished under laws administered by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to retain such eligibility until age 26.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.803 Amendment SA 803 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Franken. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2020) To ensure that the deficit-neutral reserve fund for infrastructure includes investment in rural broadband deployment.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.520 Amendment SA 520 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Gillibrand. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019-2020) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund related to sexual assault at institutions of higher education, which may include the implementation of an independent and standardized online survey tool developed and administered by the Department of Education, in consultation with the Department of Justice, to measure the prevalence of sexual assault at institutions of higher education.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.569 Amendment SA 569 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Tester. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to investing in rural and tribal water infrastructure.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.643 Amendment SA 643 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Heitkamp. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to training and resources for first responders responding to hazardous materials incidents on railroads.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1067 Amendment SA 1067 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Warren. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund related to supporting at-sea and dockside monitoring for fisheries that have received economic disaster assistance.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1002 Amendment SA 1002 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Cantwell. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the National Park Service Centennial.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.882 Amendment SA 882 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Carper. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving prevention and treatment measures to mitigate agricultural impacts from virus outbreaks, such as impacts seen from the avian influenza poultry outbreak.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.705 Amendment SA 705 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Menendez. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to Indo-Pacific partner capacity building and strategy.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.793 Amendment SA 793 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Franken. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to construction of Native American schools.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.431 Amendment SA 431 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Gillibrand. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2019) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to medical treatment and compensation for first responders, survivors, and their families injured and made ill by the 9/11 attacks.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.642 Amendment SA 642 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Heitkamp. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the establishment of a commission on Native children.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.983 Amendment SA 983 proposed by Senator Sanders. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to supporting programs that keep low-income older individuals healthy and able to live at home, such as those programs funded through the Older Americans Act of 1965.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1110 Amendment SA 1110 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Rubio. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving higher education data and transparency.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1073 Amendment SA 1073 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Lee. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text as modified: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the investigation and recovery of missing weapons and military equipment provided to the Government of Yemen by the United States Government.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.752 Amendment SA 752 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Lee. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text as modified: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to encouraging the United States' NATO allies to reverse declines in defense spending and bear a more proportionate burden for ensuring the security of NATO.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1028 Amendment SA 1028 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Vitter. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing access to necessary equipment for Medicare beneficiaries.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.420 Amendment SA 420 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Capito. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text as modified: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to efforts to combat the increase abuse of heroin and methamphetamines in the United States.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1099 Amendment SA 1099 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Moran. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to support investments in precision medicine, biomedical research, and the National Institutes of Health.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.822 Amendment SA 822 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Flake. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2018) To eliminate Federal duplication and consolidate the 94 Federal green building programs spread across 11 different Federal agencies.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.491 Amendment SA 491 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Ayotte. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2017-2018) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to protect the Corporation for National and Community Service.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.482 Amendment SA 482 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Gardner. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2017, S2020) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to encouraging the increased use of performance contracting in Federal facilities.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1039 Amendment SA 1039 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Barrasso. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2017) To provide to the Indian Health Service an additional $25,000,000 for contract support costs and to provide to the Bureau of Indian Affairs an additional $26,000,000 for contract support costs.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.620 Amendment SA 620 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Wicker. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2017) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to expedite awards under the Internal Revenue Service whistleblower program.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.625 Amendment SA 625 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Lankford. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2017) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the Federal regulatory process.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.648 Amendment SA 648 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hoeven. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2017) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving the nuclear forces and missions of the Air Force.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.458 Amendment SA 458 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Burr. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text as modified: CR 3/26/2015 S2017) To protect the American people and strengthen our national security by fully funding the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and the BioShield Special Reserve Fund.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.404 Amendment SA 404 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Fischer. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2017) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the modernization of the nuclear command, control, and communications architecture of the United States.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.931 Amendment SA 931 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Fischer. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2017) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to strengthen waterborne commerce in our ports and harbors, which may include increasing the percentage of the amounts expended from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund that are dedicated to port infrastructure and maintenance.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.374 Amendment SA 374 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Inhofe. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text as modified: CR 3/26/2015 S2016-2017) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing coverage of virtual colonoscopies as a colorectal cancer screening test under the Medicare program.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1027 Amendment SA 1027 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Thune. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2016) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to preserve and protect the open Internet in a manner that provides clear and certain rules and does not jeopardize public safety, universal service, privacy, accessibility, consumer protection, competition, innovation, or investment.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.380 Amendment SA 380 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Inhofe. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text as modified: CR 3/26/2015 S2016) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to assist the States in carrying out drought prevention plans.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1081 Amendment SA 1081 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Feinstein. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2016, S2020) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to detection, investigation, and prosecution of the owners and operators of websites who knowingly allow such websites to be used to advertise commercial sex with children over the Internet.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.538 Amendment SA 538 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Risch. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2016) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing the Family Funds limit of the Small Business Investment Company Program from $225,000,000 to $350,000,000, as passed by the Committee in 2013, which is zero subsidy and funded entirely through fees paid by investors and businesses.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.830 Amendment SA 830 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Moran. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2016) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to researching health conditions of the descendants of veterans exposed to toxic substances during service in the Armed Forces.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.693 Amendment SA 693 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Rounds. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2016) To modify section 431 relating to oversight of Government performance.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.339 Amendment SA 339 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Rounds. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2016) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing mortgage lending to rural areas.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.534 Amendment SA 534 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2016) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to preventing access to marijuana edibles by children in States that have decriminalized marijuana.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.885 Amendment SA 885 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hoeven. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2016) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing technical assistance to small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs through small business development centers.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.604 Amendment SA 604 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Coats. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015-2016) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to encouraging cost savings in office space used by Federal agencies.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.651 Amendment SA 651 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hoeven. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to allow the Drug Enforcement Administration and Federal Bureau of Investigation to enter into joint task forces with tribal and local law enforcement agencies.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.422 Amendment SA 422 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Thune. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that the conservation of northern long-eared bat populations and local economic development are compatible.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.624 Amendment SA 624 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Alexander. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to improve the competitiveness of the United States.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.348 Amendment SA 348 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Boozman. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to installing watchdogs at Federal agencies with extended Inspector General vacancies and strengthening and reforming Offices of Inspectors General to ensure that such Offices are appropriately prioritizing the investigation of waste, fraud, abuse, and misconduct within Federal agencies.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.765 Amendment SA 765 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Graham. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to meeting the obligations outlined in the Plutonium Management and Disposition Agreement.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.780 Amendment SA 780 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Cornyn. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to eliminating the backlog of sexual assault evidence kits.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.647 Amendment SA 647 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hoeven. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the development of a new nuclear-capable cruise missile by the Department of Defense and the National Nuclear Security Administration.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.950 Amendment SA 950 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator McConnell. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2014-2022; text: CR 3/26/2015 S2015) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to promoting the return of children who have been legally adopted from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and are only a plane ride away from becoming United States citizens to their American citizen parents residing in the United States.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1047 Amendment SA 1047 as modified agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 50 - 48. Record Vote Number: 134.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.552 Amendment SA 552 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.367 Amendment SA 367 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 47 - 51. Record Vote Number: 133.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.855 Amendment SA 855 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 54 - 44. Record Vote Number: 132.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1094 Amendment SA 1094 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 42 - 56. Record Vote Number: 131.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.1094 Amendment SA 1094 proposed by Senator Warren. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2012; text as modified: CR 3/26/2015 S2012) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to expanding Social Security.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.811 Amendment SA 811 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 52 - 46. Record Vote Number: 130.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.994 Amendment SA 994 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.664 Amendment SA 664 ruled out of order by the chair.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.664 Motion to waive all applicable budgetary discipline with respect to amendment SA 664 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 48 - 48. Record Vote Number: 129. (consideration: CR 3/26/2015 S2010-2011)
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.664 Point of order that the amendment violates section 305(b) of the CBA raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 664.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.993 Amendment SA 993 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.659 Amendment SA 659 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 52 - 42. Record Vote Number: 128.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.919 Amendment SA 919 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 44 - 54. Record Vote Number: 127.
03/27/2015SenateS.Amdt.750 Amendment SA 750 as modified agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 56 - 43. Record Vote Number: 126.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.968 Amendment SA 968 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 73 - 27. Record Vote Number: 125.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.360 Amendment SA 360 as modified agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 58 - 42. Record Vote Number: 124.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.944 Amendment SA 944 ruled out of order by the chair.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.944 Motion to waive all applicable budgetary discipline with respect to amendment SA 944 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 49. Record Vote Number: 123. (consideration: CR S2007)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.944 Point of order that the amendment violates section 305(b) of the CBA raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 944.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1038 Amendment SA 1038 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 57 - 43. Record Vote Number: 122.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1063 Amendment SA 1063 as modified agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 57 - 43. Record Vote Number: 121.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1029 Amendment SA 1029 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.475 Amendment SA 475 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.665 Amendment SA 665 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 49. Record Vote Number: 120.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.825 Amendment SA 825 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.763 Proposed amendment SA 763 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR S2003)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.951 Amendment SA 951 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 119.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.443 Amendment SA 443 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 59 - 41. Record Vote Number: 118.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.842 Amendment SA 842 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 117.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.836 Amendment SA 836 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 57 - 43. Record Vote Number: 116.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1014 Amendment SA 1014 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 53 - 47. Record Vote Number: 115.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.607 Amendment SA 607 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 54 - 46. Record Vote Number: 114.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.632 Amendment SA 632 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 100 - 0. Record Vote Number: 113.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.689 Amendment SA 689 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 59 - 41. Record Vote Number: 112.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1072 Amendment SA 1072 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 111.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.839 Amendment SA 839 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1005 Amendment SA 1005 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Murphy. (consideration: CR S1998; text: CR S1998) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to expanding United States counter-propaganda communications to combat misinformation from the Russian Federation or terrorist groups like ISIS and al Qaeda.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.713 Amendment SA 713 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Murphy. (consideration: CR S1998; text: CR S1998) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to comprehensive mental health reform.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.724 Amendment SA 724 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Kaine. (consideration: CR S1998; text: CR S1998) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing United States exports and improving the competitiveness of United States businesses.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1047 Amendment SA 1047 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Kaine. (consideration: CR S1998, S2014; text: CR S1998; text as modified: CR S2014) To provide for sequestration replacement.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1044 Amendment SA 1044 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Cardin. (consideration: CR S1998; text: CR S1998) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to imposing sanctions with respect to foreign persons responsible for gross violations of internationally recognized human rights or significant acts of corruption.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.535 Amendment SA 535 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR S1997-1998; text: CR S1997-1998) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to balancing the Federal budget.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.984 Amendment SA 984 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR S1997-1998; text: CR S1997) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that patients, including military members and veterans, have access to new antibacterial drugs that treat serious or life-threatening infections through the creation by the Food and Drug Administration of a limited population approval pathway for antibacterial drugs.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.533 Amendment SA 533 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR S1997-1998; text: CR S1997) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that Department of Justice attorneys comply with disclosure obligations in criminal prosecutions.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1025 Amendment SA 1025 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR S1997-1998; text: CR S1997) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to H-1B visas.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.827 Amendment SA 827 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR S1997-1998; text: CR S1997) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to reforming the Federal regulatory process by enabling retrospective review of existing regulations, improving the process by which new regulations are created, ensuring fair and effective judicial review, and securing an effective role for Congress in the Federal regulatory process through legislation and oversight.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.994 Amendment SA 994 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Brown. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2011; text: CR S1996-1997) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to end "too big to fail" bailouts for Wall Street mega-banks (over $500 billion in total assets).
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.664 Amendment SA 664 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Cotton. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2010-2011; text: CR S1996) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to construction of new facilities and improvements to existing facilities at the detention facilities at United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.659 Amendment SA 659 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Cotton. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2009-2010; text: CR S1996) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to prohibiting the designation of critical habitat.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.919 Amendment SA 919 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Reed. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2009; text: CR S1996) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to eliminating deductions for corporate compensation in excess of $1,000,000.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.968 Amendment SA 968 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Wyden. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2007-2008; text: CR S1996) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to enacting middle class tax relief, including extending and expanding refundable tax credits, such as tax provisions and policies included in legislation like the Working Families Tax Relief Act, American Opportunity Tax Credit Permanence and Consolidation Act, Helping Working Families Afford Child Care Act, or the 21st Century Worker Tax Cut Act, among other legislation.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1038 Amendment SA 1038 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Kirk. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2006; text: CR S1996) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to increase wages for American workers.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1063 Amendment SA 1063 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Schatz. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2005-2006; text: CR S1996; text as modified: CR S2005) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring all legally married same-sex spouses have equal access to the Social Security and veterans benefits they have earned and receive equal treatment under the law pursuant to the Constitution of the United States.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1029 Amendment SA 1029 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2005; text: CR S1996) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to prevent American jobs from being moved overseas by reducing the corporate income tax rate.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.475 Amendment SA 475 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Sanders. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2004; text: CR S1995-1996) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to strengthening the United States Postal Service by establishing a moratorium to protect mail processing plants, reinstating overnight delivery standards, and protecting rural service.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.763 Amendment SA 763 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Graham. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2003; text: CR S1995) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to subjecting all Federal spending to sequestration.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.836 Amendment SA 836 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator McConnell. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2001-2002; text: CR S1995) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the regulation by the Environmental Protection Agency of greenhouse gas emissions, which may include a prohibition on withholding highway funds from States that refuse to submit State Implementation Plans required under the Clean Power Plan of the Agency.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1014 Amendment SA 1014 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Bennet. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S2001; text: CR S1995) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to responding to the economic and national security threats posed by human-induced climate change, as highlighted by the Secretary of Defense, the Director of National Intelligence, the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Administrator of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1072 Amendment SA 1072 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Stabenow. (consideration: CR S1995-1997, S1999; text: CR S1995) To provide additional resources to reject the Senate Republicans' proposed $435 billion in cuts to Medicare.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.966 Amendment SA 966 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 110.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.966 Amendment SA 966 proposed by Senator Coons. (consideration: CR S1994; text as modified: CR S1994) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to offsetting the costs of operations against the Islamic State.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.545 Amendment SA 545 as modified agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 100 - 0. Record Vote Number: 109.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.649 Amendment SA 649 as modified agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 59 - 41. Record Vote Number: 108.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.649 Amendment SA 649 proposed by Senator Inhofe. (consideration: CR S1991, S1993; text as modified: CR S1993) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to prohibiting funding of international organizations during the implementation of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty prior to Senate ratification and adoption of implementing legislation.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.867 Amendment SA 867 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 47 - 52. Record Vote Number: 107.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.838 Amendment SA 838 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 49. Record Vote Number: 106.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.947 Amendment SA 947 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.947 Amendment SA 947 proposed by Senator Bennet. (consideration: CR S1991; text: CR S1991) To ensure that small businesses are provided relief as part of tax reform by permanently increasing the maximum amount of the section 179 small business expensing allowance to $1,000,000 and the investment limitation to $2,500,000 and indexing them both for inflation.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.515 Amendment SA 515 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 54 - 46. Record Vote Number: 105.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.817 Amendment SA 817 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 104.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.928 Amendment SA 928 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 58 - 42. Record Vote Number: 103.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.928 Amendment SA 928 proposed by Senator Blunt. (consideration: CR S1989-1990; text: CR S1989-1990) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to protect the United States from an energy tax.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.692 Amendment SA 692 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 56 - 44. Record Vote Number: 102.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.692 Amendment SA 692 proposed by Senator Scott. (consideration: CR S1989; text: CR S1989) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to transparency in health premium billing.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1026 Amendment SA 1026 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1026 Amendment SA 1026 proposed by Senator Wyden for Senator Murray. (consideration: CR S1988-1989; text: CR S1988) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to transparency health premium billing.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.828 Amendment SA 828 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 101.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.828 Amendment SA 828 proposed by Senator Franken. (consideration: CR S1988) To provide additional resources to save student financial aid and keep college affordable for more than 8,000,000 low- and middle-income students by restoring the $89,000,000,000 in cuts to Federal Pell Grants in the Republican budget.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.810 Amendment SA 810 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.432 Amendment SA 432 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 45 - 55. Record Vote Number: 100.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.356 Amendment SA 356 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 100 - 0. Record Vote Number: 99.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.798 Amendment SA 798 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 61 - 39. Record Vote Number: 98.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.940 Amendment SA 940, as modified, ruled out of order by the chair.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.940 Motion to waive all applicable budgetary discipline with respect to amendment SA 940, as modified, rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 4 - 96. Record Vote Number: 97. (consideration: CR S1986)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.940 Point of order that the amendment violates section 312(b) of the CBA raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 940, as modified.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.423 Amendment SA 423, as modified, ruled out of order by the chair.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.423 Motion to waive all applicable budgetary discipline with respect to amendment SA 423, as modified, rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 32 - 68. Record Vote Number: 96. (consideration: CR S1985-1986)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.423 Point of order that the amendment violates section 312(b) of the CBA raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 423, as modified.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1012 Amendment SA 1012 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 47 - 53. Record Vote Number: 95.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.523 Amendment SA 523 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 54. Record Vote Number: 94.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.881 Amendment SA 881 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 48 - 52. Record Vote Number: 93.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1024 Amendment SA 1024 proposed by Senator Heinrich. (consideration: CR S1983; text: CR S1983) To create a point of order against legislation that would provide for the sale of Federal land to reduce the Federal deficit.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.722 Amendment SA 722 proposed by Senator Booker. (consideration: CR S1982-1983; text: CR S1983) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to prohibiting payments for conversion therapy or treatments that purport to change the gender identity or sexual orientation of an individual under the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.721 Amendment SA 721 proposed by Senator Booker. (consideration: CR S1982-1983; text: CR S1982-1983) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to encourage freight planning and investment that incorporates all modes of transportation, including rail, waterways, ports, and highways to promote national connectivity.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.720 Amendment SA 720 proposed by Senator Booker. (consideration: CR S1982-1983; text: CR S1982) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to supporting workforce development through apprenticeship programs.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.881 Amendment SA 881 proposed by Senator Sanders. (consideration: CR S1982, S1983, S1983-1984; text: CR S1982) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to promoting a substantial increase in the minimum wage.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.932 Amendment SA 932 proposed by Senator Cochran. (consideration: CR S1981-1982; text: CR S1981) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to establishing a biennial budget resolution process.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.865 Amendment SA 865 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Johnson. (consideration: CR S1980-1981; text: CR S1981) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund to accommodate legislation that would stop the Federal government from forcing States to pay unemployment compensation benefits to millionaires.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.597 Amendment SA 597 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Johnson. (consideration: CR S1980-1981; text: CR S1981) To convey clear information to Congress and the public about projected Federal outlays, revenues, surpluses, and deficits.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.596 Amendment SA 596 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Johnson. (consideration: CR S1980-1981; text: CR S1981) To convey clear information in graphic form about projected deficits.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.402 Amendment SA 402 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Johnson. (consideration: CR S1980-1981; text: CR S1980-1981) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving information sharing by the Inspector General of the Department of Veterans Affairs with respect to investigations relating to substandard health care, delayed and denied health care, patient deaths, other findings that directly relate to patient care, and other management issues of the Department.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.588 Amendment SA 588 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Schatz. (consideration: CR S1980; text: CR S1980) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing the number of U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at air ports of entry.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.342 Amendment SA 342 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Schatz. (consideration: CR S1980; text: CR S1980) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the National Guard State Partnership Program.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.729 Amendment SA 729 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Cardin. (consideration: CR S1980; text: CR S1980) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to invest in surface transportation projects.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.926 Amendment SA 926 proposed by Senator Tillis. (consideration: CR S1980; text: CR S1980) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that the right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.925 Amendment SA 925 proposed by Senator Tillis. (consideration: CR S1980; text: CR S1980) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the United States civil courts system.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.759 Amendment SA 759 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Lee. (consideration: CR S1979-1980; text: CR S1979-1980) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to clarifying Federal jurisdiction with respect to intrastate species.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.856 Amendment SA 856 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Lee. (consideration: CR S1979-1980; text: CR S1979) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund to support legislation preventing the Federal Communications Commission from reclassifying broadband providers as common carriers under title II of the Communications Act of 1934 and from implementing other "net neutrality" provisions.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.749 Amendment SA 749 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Lee. (consideration: CR S1979-1980; text: CR S1979) To ensure that the reserve fund relating to affordable healthcare choices for all is used to repeal and not further empower the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.855 Amendment SA 855 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Lee. (consideration: CR S1979-1980, S2012-2013; text: CR S1979) To prohibit increasing the public debt limit under reconciliation.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.750 Amendment SA 750 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Lee. (consideration: CR S1979-1980, S1995; text: CR S1979; text as modified: CR S1995) To modify the spending-neutral reserve fund reauthorizing funding for payments to counties and other units of local government to include the option of payment at levels roughly equivalent to property tax revenues lost due to the presence of Federal land.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.839 Amendment SA 839 proposed by Senator Isakson. (consideration: CR S1978-1979, S1998-1999; text: CR S1978) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to supporting United States citizens held hostage in the United States embassy in Tehran, Iran, between November 3, 1979, and January 20, 1981.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.611 Amendment SA 611 proposed by Senator Isakson. (consideration: CR S1978-1979; text: CR S1978) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to subject all fees collected by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to the annual appropriations process.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.321 Amendment SA 321 proposed by Senator Isakson. (consideration: CR S1978-1979; text: CR S1978) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to establishing a biennial budget and appropriations process.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1012 Amendment SA 1012 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Wyden. (consideration: CR S1978, S1984, S1985) To strike more than $1.2 trillion in cuts to Medicaid, preserving a critical source of comprehensive, affordable health and long-term care coverage for millions of otherwise uninsured low-income adults, parents, and seniors, including millions of nonelderly low-income adults in States that expanded Medicaid as part of health reform.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.1011 Amendment SA 1011 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Sullivan. (consideration: CR S1977-1978; text: CR S1978) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to providing an exemption from certain permitting requirements for routine maintenance activities relating to transportation infrastructure.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.506 Amendment SA 506 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Sullivan. (consideration: CR S1977-1978; text: CR S1977-1978) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to protecting vulnerable families from job killing regulations.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.505 Amendment SA 505 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Sullivan. (consideration: CR S1977-1978; text: CR S1977) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to supporting programs related to the ground-based midcourse defense and the long-range discrimination radar programs of the Department of Defense.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.504 Amendment SA 504 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Sullivan. (consideration: CR S1977-1978; text: CR S1977) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to limiting the ability of Environmental Protection Agency personnel to carry guns.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.668 Amendment SA 668 proposed by Senator Flake. (consideration: CR S1976-1977; text: CR S1977) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to government reform and efficiency.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.666 Amendment SA 666 proposed by Senator Flake. (consideration: CR S1976-1977; text: CR S1977) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to reducing the level of Federal premium support for crop insurance policies, which may include eliminating premium support for crop insurance for agricultural producers with an adjusted gross income of more than $750,000 in fiscal year 2016.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.667 Amendment SA 667 proposed by Senator Flake. (consideration: CR S1976-1977; text: CR S1977) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that individuals do not simultaneously receive unemployment compensation and disability insurance benefits.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.678 Amendment SA 678 proposed by Senator Flake. (consideration: CR S1976-1977; text: CR S1977) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to prosecution of first-time illegal border crossers.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.677 Amendment SA 677 proposed by Senator Flake. (consideration: CR S1976-1977; text: CR S1977) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to preventing political targeting by the Internal Revenue Service of individuals and social welfare organizations exercising free-speech rights.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.665 Amendment SA 665 proposed by Senator Flake. (consideration: CR S1976-1977, S2003-2004; text: CR S1976-1977) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to prohibiting awarding of construction contracts based on awardees entering or not entering into agreements with labor organizations.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.993 Amendment SA 993 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Menendez. (consideration: CR S1976, S2010; text: CR S1976) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to strengthening the national do-not-call registry.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.593 Amendment SA 593 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Menendez. (consideration: CR S1976; text: CR S1976) To require consideration of long-term deficits for any legislation relating to repealing or replacing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the health care-related provisions of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.473 Amendment SA 473 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Menendez. (consideration: CR S1976; text: CR S1976) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing funding to combat anti-Semitism in Europe.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.435 Amendment SA 435 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Menendez. (consideration: CR S1976; text: CR S1976) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to support for Ukraine, which should include the provision of lethal defensive articles.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.573 Amendment SA 573 proposed by Senator Markey. (consideration: CR S1975-1976; text: CR S1975) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to promoting the repair and replacement of natural gas distribution pipelines and infrastructure no longer fit for service.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.897 Amendment SA 897 proposed by Senator Markey. (consideration: CR S1975-1976; text: CR S1975) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to protecting consumers in the United States from price increases due to large-scale natural gas exports.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.896 Amendment SA 896 proposed by Senator Markey. (consideration: CR S1975-1976; text: CR S1975) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving the safety of offshore oil drilling in the United States.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.967 Amendment SA 967 proposed by Senator Markey. (consideration: CR S1975-1976; text: CR S1975) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to domestic medical isotope production.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.707 Amendment SA 707 proposed by Senator Markey. (consideration: CR S1975-1976; text: CR S1975) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to reducing overdose deaths.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.468 Amendment SA 468 proposed by Senator Moran for Senator Blunt. (consideration: CR S1974-1975; text: CR S1975) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to military aid to Israel.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.467 Amendment SA 467 proposed by Senator Moran for Senator Blunt. (consideration: CR S1974-1975; text: CR S1975) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to the direct provision of defense articles, defense services, and related training to the Kurdistan Regional Government.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.638 Amendment SA 638 proposed by Senator Warner. (consideration: CR S1973-1974; text: CR S1973) To establish a deficit-reduction reserve fund reserve fund for Government reform and efficiency.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.636 Amendment SA 636 proposed by Senator Warner. (consideration: CR S1973-1974; text: CR S1973) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to protecting the personal information of consumers from data breaches.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.991 Amendment SA 991 proposed by Senator Warner. (consideration: CR S1973-1974) To restore program integrity funding to combat waste, fraud, and abuse.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.590 Amendment SA 590 proposed by Senator Rubio. (consideration: CR S1972-1973; text: CR S1973) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to protecting the Medicare Advantage program.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.552 Amendment SA 552 proposed by Senator Rubio. (consideration: CR S1972-1973, S2013-2014; text: CR S1973) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing funding for the relocation of the United States Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.562 Amendment SA 562 proposed by Senator Rubio. (consideration: CR S1972-1973; text: CR S1973) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to establishing a new outcomes-based process for authorizing innovative higher education providers.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.565 Amendment SA 565 proposed by Senator Rubio. (consideration: CR S1972-1973; text: CR S1973) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that Medicare is not raided to bailout insurance companies under the President's health care overhaul.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.781 Amendment SA 781 proposed by Senator Rubio. (consideration: CR S1972-1973; text: CR S1972) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to reducing foreign assistance to the Palestinian Authority and certain United Nations agencies and increasing foreign assistance for Israel.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.523 Amendment SA 523 proposed by Senator Stabenow. (consideration: CR S1971-1972, S1984; text: CR S1971-1972) To prevent United States companies from getting tax benefits for moving jobs overseas, to end offshore tax loopholes including inversions, and to provide incentives for United States companies to relocate overseas jobs to the United States.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.449 Amendment SA 449 proposed by Senator Gardner. (consideration: CR S1971; text: CR S1971) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to supporting efficient resourcing for the Asia rebalance policy.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.448 Amendment SA 448 proposed by Senator Gardner. (consideration: CR S1971; text: CR S1971) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to encouraging expedited approval of liquefied natural gas export applications at the Department of Energy.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.445 Amendment SA 445 proposed by Senator Gardner. (consideration: CR S1971; text: CR S1971) To prevent labor disputes at seaports in the United States from causing national economic disruptions and crippling businesses across the United States.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.878 Amendment SA 878 proposed by Senator Hirono. (consideration: CR S1970-1971; text: CR S1970-1971) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to investing in clean energy and preserving the environment.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.877 Amendment SA 877 proposed by Senator Hirono. (consideration: CR S1970-1971; text: CR S1970) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing college completion, which may include expanding Federal Pell Grant eligibility by allowing college students to use Federal Pell Grants for more than 2 semesters in an academic year.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.810 Amendment SA 810 proposed by Senator Collins. (consideration: CR S1969-1970, S1987-1988; text: CR S1969) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing access to higher education for low-income Americans through the Federal Pell Grant program.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.442 Amendment SA 442 proposed by Senator Collins. (consideration: CR S1969-1970; text: CR S1969) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to restore a sensible definition of full-time employee for purposes of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.427 Amendment SA 427 proposed by Senator Collins. (consideration: CR S1969-1970; text: CR S1969) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to investment in Alzheimer's disease research.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.426 Amendment SA 426 proposed by Senator Collins. (consideration: CR S1969-1970; text: CR S1969) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to promoting economic growth and job creation for small businesses.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.425 Amendment SA 425 proposed by Senator Collins. (consideration: CR S1969-1970; text: CR S1969) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving retirement security.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.346 Amendment SA 346 proposed by Senator Collins. (consideration: CR S1969-1970; text: CR S1969) To modify the deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to promoting jobs in the United States through international trade to include the reauthorization or extension of trade adjustment assistance programs.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.944 Amendment SA 944 proposed by Senator Nelson. (consideration: CR S1968-1969, S2006-2007; text: CR S1968) To create a point of order against legislation that would use tax dollars to censor publicly-funded climate science.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.681 Amendment SA 681 proposed by Senator Portman. (consideration: CR S1967-1968; text: CR S1968) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to demolishing vacant and abandoned homes.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.900 Amendment SA 900 proposed by Senator Cardin. (consideration: CR S1966-1967; text: CR S1967) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the importance of civics and government education.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.899 Amendment SA 899 proposed by Senator Cardin. (consideration: CR S1966-1967; text: CR S1967) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the importance of financial literacy education to allow individuals to make informed and effective decisions with their financial resources.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.440 Amendment SA 440 proposed by Senator Cardin. (consideration: CR S1966-1967; text: CR S1966) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing the Family Funds limit of the Small Business Investment Company Program from $225,000,000 to $350,000,000, as passed by the Committee in 2013, which is zero subsidy and funded entirely through fees paid by investors and businesses.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.439 Amendment SA 439 proposed by Senator Cardin. (consideration: CR S1966-1967; text: CR S1966) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to mandating a higher threshold that the Small Business Administration may guarantee, through the Surety Bond Guarantee Program, of the bonds that small businesses are required to obtain so that they may be able to better compete successfully for Federal Government contracts.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.367 Amendment SA 367 proposed by Senator Cardin. (consideration: CR S1966-1967, S2013; text: CR S1966) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing a funding stream for a voter reinfranchisement initiative.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.364 Amendment SA 364 proposed by Senator Cardin. (consideration: CR S1966-1967; text: CR S1966) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving oral health care for children and pregnant women under Medicaid.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.639 Amendment SA 639 proposed by Senator Peters. (consideration: CR S1965-1966; text: CR S1966) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to supporting trade and travel at ports of entry.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.521 Amendment SA 521 proposed by Senator Peters. (consideration: CR S1965; text: CR S1965) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to investing in science, technology, and basic research in the United States.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.437 Amendment SA 437 proposed by Senator Peters. (consideration: CR S1964-1965; text: CR S1965) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to enhancing and improving the United States Patent and Trademark Office in order to reduce the patent application backlog.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.416 Amendment SA 416 proposed by Senator Capito. (consideration: CR S1964; text: CR S1964) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to protecting the reliability of the electricity grid.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.415 Amendment SA 415 proposed by Senator Capito. (consideration: CR S1964; text: CR S1964) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to a requirement that any new environmental agreement signed by the United States with any foreign country or countries not result in serious harm to the economy of the United States.
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.689 Amendment SA 689 proposed by Senator Portman. (consideration: CR S1963-1964, S1999-2000; text: CR S1963) To improve the dynamic scoring provision.
03/26/2015SenateConsidered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960-2011, S2011-2022)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.715 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S2008)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.432 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S1987)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.436 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.452 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.456 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.694 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.743 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.791 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.795 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.811 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960, S2012)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.697 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.802 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.632 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S2000)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.843 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.867 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S1992)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.770 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.798 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960, S1986)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.607 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S2000-2001)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.388 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.392 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.412 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.578 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.539 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.595 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.633 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.434 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.462 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.490 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.895 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.817 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S1990)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.825 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S2003)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.838 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S1991-1992)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.842 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S2002)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.870 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.708 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.700 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.951 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S2003)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.812 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960-1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.800 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.953 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.852 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.940 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960, S1984-1985, S1986; text as modified: CR S1984-1985)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.952 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.485 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.453 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.457 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.465 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.394 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S2014-2022; text: CR S2021-2022)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.341 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.345 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.389 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.443 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960, S2002-2003)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.515 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960, S1990-1991)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.368 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.352 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.356 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960, S1987)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.360 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961, S2007; text as modified: CR S2007)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.545 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960, S1991, S1993-1994; text as modified: CR S1991)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.343 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.387 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.391 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1961)
03/26/2015SenateS.Amdt.423 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1960, S1985-1986)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.852 Amendment SA 852 proposed by Senator Gardner for Senator Ayotte. (consideration: CR S1885-1886; text: CR S1885) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing small business regulatory relief and preventing duplicative regulations for investment advisors.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.490 Amendment SA 490 proposed by Senator Gardner for Senator Ayotte. (consideration: CR S1885-1886; text: CR S1885) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to address the disproportionate regulatory burdens on community banks and credit unions.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.485 Amendment SA 485 proposed by Senator Gardner for Senator Ayotte. (consideration: CR S1885-1886; text: CR S1885) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to provide equity in the tax treatment of public safety officer death benefits.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.770 Amendment SA 770 proposed by Senator Murkowski. (consideration: CR S1883-1885; text: CR S1884) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the construction of Arctic polar icebreakers.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.838 Amendment SA 838 proposed by Senator Murkowski. (consideration: CR S1883-1885; text: CR S1883-1884) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to the disposal of certain Federal land.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.743 Amendment SA 743 proposed by Senator Murkowski for Senator Thune. (consideration: CR S1883; text: CR S1883) To reduce funding for the General Services Administration by $1,000,000 until 50 percent of counties in nonattainment for the 1997 National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for ground-level ozone as of January 30, 2015, achieve the air quality standard set forth in the 1997 NAAQS, and direct those funds to the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency for the purpose of helping municipalities reach attainment with the 2008 NAAQS for ground-level ozone, acknowledging that (1) given limited State and Federal resources and the delay of the Administrator in issuing to States implementation guidance for the 2008 ground-level ozone NAAQS, priority should be given to achieving the 2008 standard, (2) the Administrator has not sufficiently implemented that standard, (3) focusing by the Administrator on the most polluted areas that are in nonattainment with that standard would benefit public health, and (4) promulgating a lower standard at this time would impose undue costs on the economy and workforce of the United States.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.607 Amendment SA 607 proposed by Senator Murkowski for Senator Thune. (consideration: CR S1883; text: CR S1883) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to allow for the permanent elimination of the Federal estate tax.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.715 Amendment SA 715 proposed by Senator Coons for Senator Bennet. (consideration: CR S1883; text: CR S1883) To create clean energy jobs through predictable and fair incentives for renewable energy.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.795 Amendment SA 795 proposed by Senator Cassidy. (consideration: CR S1882-1883; text: CR S1882) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to authorizing Federal permitting for manufacturing and energy construction projects relating to national primary or secondary ambient air quality standard for ozone lower than a certain existing standard.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.539 Amendment SA 539 proposed by Senator Cassidy. (consideration: CR S1882-1883; text: CR S1882) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to improving Medicaid based on successful and bipartisan State demonstration projects.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.341 Amendment SA 341 proposed by Senator Cassidy. (consideration: CR S1882-1883; text: CR S1882) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to the promotion of United States offshore energy production.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.825 Amendment SA 825 proposed by Senator Blumenthal. (consideration: CR S1881; text: CR S1881) To expand the deficit-neutral reserve fund for veterans and servicemembers.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.953 Amendment SA 953 proposed by Senator Merkley. (consideration: CR S1880-1881; text: CR S1880-1881) To save student financial aid and reduce the student loan debt levels in the Republican budget by 15 percent by eliminating new mandated interest charged while students are still in school.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.952 Amendment SA 952 proposed by Senator Merkley. (consideration: CR S1880-1881; text: CR S1880) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to establishing a more level playing field in trade agreements.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.843 Amendment SA 843 proposed by Senator Merkley. (consideration: CR S1880-1881; text: CR S1880) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to restoring reductions in the Republican budget to the Stafford loan program that would mandate that students currently in college pay interest on their loans before they have received their education benefits, to make college more affordable, to reduce the debt burden of students, and to help graduates afford to pay back student loans.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.842 Amendment SA 842 proposed by Senator Merkley. (consideration: CR S1880-1881; text: CR S1880) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to consumer financial protection.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.633 Amendment SA 633 proposed by Senator Casey. (consideration: CR S1879-1880; text: CR S1880) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to enhancing the child and dependent care tax credit.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.632 Amendment SA 632 proposed by Senator Casey. (consideration: CR S1879-1880; text: CR S1880) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing reasonable accommodations for pregnant workers.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.895 Amendment SA 895 proposed by Senator Whitehouse. (consideration: CR S1879; text: CR S1879) To prohibit budget resolutions that support cutting over $1,000,000,000,000 in spending without identifying specific programmatic effects.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.867 Amendment SA 867 proposed by Senator Whitehouse. (consideration: CR S1879; text: CR S1879) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to making it more difficult for corporations and billionaires to secretly influence elections by making unlimited undisclosed campaign expenditures, and to prevent such entities from evading campaign finance law, including through making false statements to government agencies.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.700 Amendment SA 700 proposed by Senator Whitehouse. (consideration: CR S1879; text: CR S1879) To ensure high-income earners pay a fair share in taxes and to use the revenue to invest in repairing our Nation's bridges, coastal infrastructure, and damage from wildfires.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.578 Amendment SA 578 proposed by Senator Manchin. (consideration: CR S1878-1879; text: CR S1878) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to addressing methamphetamine abuse in the United States.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.694 Amendment SA 694 proposed by Senator Manchin. (consideration: CR S1878; text: CR S1878) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to investing in advanced fossil energy technology research and development.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.436 Amendment SA 436 proposed by Senator Baldwin. (consideration: CR S1878; text: CR S1878) To preserve the point of order against reconciliation legislation that would increase the deficit or reduce a surplus.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.432 Amendment SA 432 proposed by Senator Baldwin. (consideration: CR S1877-1878) To provide additional resources to create the opportunity for more Americans to obtain a higher education and advanced job skills by supporting two free years of community college paid for by raising revenue through requiring millionaires and billionaires to pay their fair share.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.802 Amendment SA 802 proposed by Senator Coons. (consideration: CR S1877; text: CR S1877) To offset the costs of the war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.394 Amendment SA 394 proposed by Senator Coons. (consideration: CR S1877, S1882; text: CR S1877) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to special treatment of the income tax credit for research expenditures for startup companies.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.392 Amendment SA 392 proposed by Senator Coons. (consideration: CR S1877, S1882; text: CR S1877) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to promoting the use of college savings accounts while students are in elementary school and secondary school.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.391 Amendment SA 391 proposed by Senator Coons. (consideration: CR S1877, S1881-1882; text: CR S1877) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the expansion of access to the income tax credit for employee health insurance expenses of small employers.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.343 Amendment SA 343 proposed by Senator Coons. (consideration: CR S1877, S1882; text: CR S1877) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to preserving mandatory appropriations for agricultural conservation programs.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.456 Amendment SA 456 proposed by Senator Heller. (consideration: CR S1875-1877; text: CR S1876) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that medical facilities of the Department of Veterans Affairs meet the privacy, dignity, and safety needs of women veterans.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.457 Amendment SA 457 proposed by Senator Heller. (consideration: CR S1875-1877; text: CR S1876) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to prohibition of Veterans Benefits Administration executive bonuses until the backlog of disability claims for veterans is eliminated.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.452 Amendment SA 452 proposed by Senator Heller. (consideration: CR S1875-1877; text: CR S1875) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that the Secretary of the Interior enters into candidate conservation agreements with each of the relevant 11 Western States before the United States Fish and Wildlife Service makes a listing determination on the greater sage-grouse under the Endangered Species Act of 1973.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.453 Amendment SA 453 proposed by Senator Heller. (consideration: CR S1875-1877; text: CR S1875) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to ensuring that the Secretary of Transportation prioritizes the construction of projects that are of national and regional significance and projects in high priority corridors on the National Highway System, which will improve the safe, secure, and efficient movement of people and goods through the United States and facilitate economic development and create jobs in the United States.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.870 Amendment SA 870 proposed by Senator Wyden. (consideration: CR S1875; text: CR S1875) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to extending tax provisions expiring in 2013 or 2014 for 2 years, such as those contained in the EXPIRE Act of 2014.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.791 Amendment SA 791 proposed by Senator Wyden. (consideration: CR S1875; text: CR S1875) To strike reconciliation instructions to the Committees on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions and Finance and require regular order.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.708 Amendment SA 708 proposed by Senator Wyden. (consideration: CR S1874-1875; text: CR S1875) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to simplifying and expanding tax incentives for higher education to boost student attendance and completion.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.360 Amendment SA 360 proposed by Senator McCain. (consideration: CR S1874; text: CR S1874) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to deterring the migration of unaccompanied children from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.817 Amendment SA 817 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Durbin. (consideration: CR S1873-1874; text: CR S1874) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to provide tax benefits to patriot employers that invest in American jobs and provide fair pay and benefits to workers and to eliminate tax benefits for corporations that ship jobs or profits overseas.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.345 Amendment SA 345 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Durbin. (consideration: CR S1873-1874; text: CR S1873-1874) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to increasing funding for Federal investments in biomedical and basic scientific research.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.951 Amendment SA 951 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Murray. (consideration: CR S1873-1874; text: CR S1873-1874) To establish and fund a new Federal-State partnership to expand access to high-quality preschool programs for children from low- and moderate-income families, offset with revenue from closing loopholes.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.812 Amendment SA 812 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Murray. (consideration: CR S1873-1874; text: CR S1873) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to provide women with affordable access to comprehensive health care, including preventive services (such as contraception and breast cancer screenings), improve maternal health, and ensure that a woman has the same benefits and services no matter what part of the United States she lives in, all of which is critical to improving the health and well-being of women, children, their families, and society as a whole, and is an essential part of a woman's economic security and opportunity.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.800 Amendment SA 800 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Cantwell. (consideration: CR S1873-1874; text: CR S1873) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to a comprehensive approach to crude-by-rail safety.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.798 Amendment SA 798 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Murray. (consideration: CR S1873-1874; text: CR S1873) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation to allow Americans to earn paid sick time.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.697 Amendment SA 697 proposed by Senator Sanders for Senator Murray. (consideration: CR S1873-1874; text: CR S1873) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that reforms and strengthens elementary and secondary education.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.940 Amendment SA 940 proposed by Senator Paul. (consideration: CR S1872-1873; text: CR S1872-1873) To increase new budget authority for fiscal years 2016 and 2017 and modify outlays for fiscal years 2016 through 2022 for National Defense (budget function 050) with offsets.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.481 Amendment SA 481 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 99 - 0. Record Vote Number: 92.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.801 Amendment SA 801 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 53. Record Vote Number: 91.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.601 Amendment SA 601 ruled out of order by the chair.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.601 Motion to waive all applicable budgetary discipline with respect to amendment SA 601 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 53. Record Vote Number: 90. (consideration: CR S1871)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.601 Point of order that the amendment violates section 305 of the CBA raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 601.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.796 Amendment SA 796 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.777 Amendment SA 777 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 49 - 50. Record Vote Number: 89.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.350 Proposed amendment SA 350 withdrawn in Senate. (consideration: CR S1870)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.347 Amendment SA 347 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 59 - 40. Record Vote Number: 88.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.755 Amendment SA 755 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 99 - 0. Record Vote Number: 87.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.434 Amendment SA 434 proposed by Senator Wyden. (consideration: CR S1868; text: CR S1868) To provide for an adjustment to committee allocations for wildfire suppression funding.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.387 Amendment SA 387 proposed by Senator Daines. (consideration: CR S1866-1868; text: CR S1866) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to postal reform.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.465 Amendment SA 465 proposed by Senator Daines. (consideration: CR S1866; text: CR S1866) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to Second Amendment rights.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.368 Amendment SA 368 proposed by Senator Coats. (consideration: CR S1864-1865; text: CR S1864-1865) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing States the Medicaid flexibility they need to implement innovative reforms to improve care and enhance access for our Nation's most vulnerable.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.595 Amendment SA 595 proposed by Senator Coats. (consideration: CR S1864; text: CR S1864) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to improve cybersecurity.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.801 Amendment SA 801 proposed by Senator Murray. (consideration: CR S1863-1864, S1871) To build on the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 by restoring a below-sequester level cut of $9,000,000,000 to nondefense discretionary spending in 2017, replacing sequestration in 2016 and 2017 and increasing funding above sequester levels by a total of $148,000,000,000 for the 2 years, increasing defense and nondefense discretionary spending above sequester levels by equal amounts, eliminating the overseas contingency operations gimmick contained in the committee-reported resolution, and offsetting the net increase in defense and nondefense discretionary spending by closing tax loopholes.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.443 Amendment SA 443 proposed by Senator Gardner. (consideration: CR S1862; text: CR S1862) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to protecting privately held water rights and permits.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.811 Amendment SA 811 proposed by Senator Vitter. (consideration: CR S1858-1860; text: CR S1858) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to ending Washington's illegal exemption from Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.515 Amendment SA 515 proposed by Senator Vitter. (consideration: CR S1857-1858; text: CR S1857) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund relating to requiring the Federal Government to allow states to opt out of Common Core without penalty.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.462 Amendment SA 462 proposed by Senator Roberts. (consideration: CR S1857; text: CR S1857) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to over-the-counter medications.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.352 Amendment SA 352 proposed by Senator Roberts. (consideration: CR S1856-1857; text: CR S1856-1857) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to Federal employee performance awards.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.796 Amendment SA 796 proposed by Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR S1853-1856, S1870; text: CR S1853) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to saving Medicare.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.356 Amendment SA 356 proposed by Senator Moran. (consideration: CR S1848-1853; text: CR S1848) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to providing health care to veterans who reside more than 40 miles driving distance from the closest medical facility of the Department of Veterans Affairs that provides the care sought by the veteran.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.777 Amendment SA 777 proposed by Senator Sanders. (consideration: CR S1847-1848, S1862-1863, S1868, S1870, S1870; text: CR S1847-1848; text as modified: CR S1862-1863) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to recognize that climate change is real and caused by human activity and that Congress needs to take action to cut carbon pollution.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.350 Amendment SA 350 proposed by Senator Blunt. (consideration: CR S1846-1847, S1868; text: CR S1846) To create a point of order against legislation that would create a Federal tax or fee on carbon emissions.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.755 Amendment SA 755 proposed by Senator Stabenow. (consideration: CR S1845-1846, S1868-1869; text: CR S1845) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to keeping the Federal Water Pollution Control Act focused on protection of water quality, to establish bright lines for Federal jurisdiction, and to create clear and unambiguous exemptions for features that the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency or the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, claim they are not seeking to regulate.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.601 Amendment SA 601 proposed by Senator Stabenow for Senator Bennet. (consideration: CR S1844-1845, S1870-1871; text: CR S1844) To create a point of order against legislation that would privatize Medicare, cut guaranteed benefits, increase out-of-pocket spending, or turn Medicare into a premium support plan.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.652 Amendment SA 652 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 46 - 53. Record Vote Number: 86.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.622 Amendment SA 622 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.652 Amendment SA 652 proposed by Senator Reed for Senator Warren. (consideration: CR S1839-1840, S1840-1842, S1842-1844) To make college more affordable for middle-class families by allowing borrowers with outstanding Federal and private student loans to refinance at the equivalent interest rates that were offered to Federal student loan borrowers during the 2013-2014 school year and to fully offset the cost of such a program by requiring millionaires to pay at least a 30 percent effective Federal tax rate.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.622 Amendment SA 622 proposed by Senator Burr. (consideration: CR S1838-1839, S1842; text: CR S1838) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to manageable Federal student loan repayment options.
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.347 Amendment SA 347 proposed by Senator Barrasso. (consideration: CR S1836-1838, S1869-1870; text: CR S1836) To establish a spending-neutral reserve fund to keep the Federal Water Pollution Control Act focused on protection of water quality, to establish bright lines for Federal jurisdiction, and to create clear and unambiguous exemptions for features that the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency or the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, claim they are not seeking to regulate.
03/25/2015SenateConsidered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1835-1840, S1840-1886)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.423 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1835)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.388 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1835, S1865-1866)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.412 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1835)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.389 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1835)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.481 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1835, S1871-1872)
03/25/2015SenateS.Amdt.545 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1835, S1865)
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.389 Amendment SA 389 proposed by Senator Daines. (consideration: CR S1774; text: CR S1774) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to holding Members of the Senate and the House of Representatives accountable for failing to pass a balanced budget.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.388 Amendment SA 388 proposed by Senator Daines. (consideration: CR S1773-1774; text: CR S1773) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to the designation of national monuments.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.423 Amendment SA 423 proposed by Senator Rubio. (consideration: CR S1770-1773; text as modified: CR S1770) To increase new budget authority fiscal years 2016 and 2017 and modify outlays for fiscal years 2016 through 2022 for National Defense (budget function 050).
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.412 Amendment SA 412 proposed by Senator Rounds. (consideration: CR S1769-1770; text: CR S1769) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service from engaging in closed-door settlement agreements that ignore impacted States and counties.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.545 Amendment SA 545 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Kirk. (consideration: CR S1768-1769; text: CR S1768-1769) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to reimposing waived sanctions and imposing new sanctions against Iran for violations of the Joint Plan of Action or a comprehensive nuclear agreement.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.357 Amendment SA 357 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 1 - 98. Record Vote Number: 85.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.471 Amendment SA 471 ruled out of order by the chair.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.471 Motion to waive all applicable budgetary discipline with respect to amendment SA 471 rejected in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 51 - 48. Record Vote Number: 84. (consideration: CR S1768)
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.471 Point of order that the amendment violates section 305 of the CBA raised in Senate with respect to amendment SA 471.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.498 Amendment SA 498 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 75 - 24. Record Vote Number: 83.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.362 Amendment SA 362 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 45 - 54. Record Vote Number: 82.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.409 Amendment SA 409 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 56 - 43. Record Vote Number: 81.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.400 Amendment SA 400 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.474 Amendment SA 474 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.474 Amendment SA 474 proposed by Senator Sanders. (consideration: CR S1765-1766; text: CR S1765) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to protect and strengthen the Department of Veterans Affairs, hire more health care professionals for the Department, and ensure quality and timely access to health care for all veterans.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.498 Amendment SA 498 proposed by Senator Enzi for Senator Hatch. (consideration: CR S1765, S1767; text: CR S1765) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to legislation submitted to Congress by President Obama to protect and strengthen Social Security.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.481 Amendment SA 481 proposed by Senator Cotton. (consideration: CR S1764-1765; text: CR S1764-1765) To establish a deficit-neutral fund relating to supporting Israel.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.400 Amendment SA 400 proposed by Senator Ayotte. (consideration: CR S1764, S1766; text: CR S1764) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to maintain and enhance access, choice, and accountability in veterans care through the Veterans Choice Card program under section 101 of the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.471 Amendment SA 471 proposed by Senator Whitehouse for Senator Wyden. (consideration: CR S1762-1764, S1767-1768; text: CR S1762) To create a point of order against legislation that would cut benefits, raise the retirement age, or privatize Social Security.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.357 Amendment SA 357 proposed by Senator Cornyn. (consideration: CR S1758-1762, S1768) To raise taxes and spending by enacting President Obama's fiscal year 2016 budget.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.409 Amendment SA 409 proposed by Senator Fischer. (consideration: CR S1757-1758, S1766; text: CR S1757) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to promoting equal pay, which may include preventing discrimination on the basis of sex and preventing retaliation against employees for seeking or discussing wage information.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.362 Amendment SA 362 proposed by Senator Mikulski. (consideration: CR S1751-1757, S1766-1767; text: CR S1751) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to amending the Equal Pay Act of 1963 to allow for punitive damages, limit the any factor "other than sex" exception, and prohibit retaliation against employees who share salary information.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.349 Amendment SA 349 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 96 - 0. Record Vote Number: 80.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.386 Amendment SA 386 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 94 - 3. Record Vote Number: 79.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.323 Amendment SA 323 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 45 - 52. Record Vote Number: 78.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.386 Amendment SA 386 proposed by Senator Sanders. (consideration: CR S1744-1748, S1750-1751; text: CR S1744) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to protect Medicaid beneficiaries from benefit cuts.
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.349 Amendment SA 349 proposed by Senator Portman. (consideration: CR S1744, S1751; text: CR S1744) To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to improve health outcomes and lower the costs of caring for medically complex children in Medicaid.
03/24/2015SenateConsidered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1740-1751, S1751-1774)
03/24/2015SenateS.Amdt.323 Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S1740-1744, S1748-1750; text as modified: CR S1741-1742)
03/23/2015SenateS.Amdt.323 Amendment SA 323 proposed by Senator Sanders. (consideration: CR S1701-1703) To create millions of middle class jobs by investing in our nation's infrastructure paid for by raising revenue through closing loopholes in the corporate and international tax system.
03/23/2015SenateMeasure laid before Senate by motion. (consideration: CR S1676-1703, S1704; text of measure as reported in Senate: CR S1717-1729)
03/23/2015SenateMotion to proceed to consideration of measure agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. (consideration: CR S1676)
03/20/2015SenatePlaced on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 31.
03/20/2015SenateCommittee on the Budget. Original measure reported to Senate by Senator Enzi under authority of the order of the Senate of 03/19/2015. Without written report.
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Establishes the congressional budget for the federal government for FY2016 and sets forth budgetary levels for FY2017-FY2025.

TITLE I--RECOMMENDED LEVELS AND AMOUNTS

Subtitle A--Budgetary Levels in Both Houses

(Sec. 1101) Recommends levels and amounts for FY2016-FY2025 for federal revenues, new budget authority, budget outlays, deficits, public debt, and debt held by the public.

(Sec. 1102) Recommends levels of new budget authority and outlays for FY2016-FY2025 for each major functional category, including:

  • National Defense;
  • International Affairs;
  • General Science, Space, and Technology;
  • Energy;
  • Natural Resources and Environment;
  • Agriculture;
  • Commerce and Housing Credit;
  • Transportation;
  • Community and Regional Development;
  • Education, Training, Employment, and Social Services;
  • Health;
  • Medicare;
  • Income Security;
  • Social Security Retirement and Disability;
  • Veterans Benefits and Services;
  • Administration of Justice;
  • General Government;
  • Net Interest;
  • Allowances;
  • Undistributed Offsetting Receipts; and
  • Overseas Contingency Operations.

Subtitle B--Levels and Amounts in the Senate

(Sec. 1201) Recommends Senate levels for FY2016-FY2025 for Social Security revenues, outlays, and administrative expenses.

(Sec. 1202) Recommends Senate levels of new budget authority and outlays for FY2016-FY2025 for U.S. Postal Service discretionary administrative expenses.

TITLE II--RECONCILIATION

(Title II includes reconciliation instructions directing congressional committees to submit deficit reduction legislation to the budget committees. Under the Congressional Budget Act of 1974, reconciliation bills are considered by Congress using expedited legislative procedures that prevent a filibuster and restrict amendments in the Senate.)

(Sec. 2001) Includes reconciliation instructions directing the Senate Finance Committee and the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee to each submit to the Senate Budget Committee legislation to reduce the deficit by at least $1 billion over the FY2016-FY2025 period. Requires the legislation to be submitted by July 24, 2015.

Creates a point of order in the Senate against considering reconciliation legislation, pursuant to Section 2001, that would increase the public debt limit during the period of FY2016-FY2025. Permits the point of order to be waived by a two-thirds vote of the Members duly chosen and sworn.

(Sec. 2002) Includes reconciliation instructions directing the House Education and Workforce Committee, the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and the House Ways and Means Committee to each submit to the House Budget Committee legislation to reduce the deficit by at least $1 billion over the FY2016-FY2025 period. Requires the legislation to be submitted by July 24, 2015.

Requires the chairman of the House Budget Committee to use the baseline underlying the Congressional Budget Office's (CBO's) March 2015 update to the Budget and Economic Outlook: 2015 to 2025 (January 2015) when estimating the costs of legislation. Permits the chairman to determine whether adjustments to the baseline made after this resolution is adopted should be used. Permits the chairman to revise budgetary levels and allocations to reflect the impact of reconciliation legislation.

Requires the House committees directed to submit reconciliation legislation to determine the most effective methods for repealing the Affordable Care Act.

TITLE III--BUDGET ENFORCEMENT

Subtitle A--Budget Enforcement in Both Houses

(Sec. 3101) Revises the existing Senate point of order against legislation that would increase long-term deficits. Applies the point of order to legislation that would cause a net increase in on-budget deficits in excess of $5 billion in any of the 4 consecutive 10-year periods beginning with the first fiscal year that is 10 years after the budget year provided for in the most recently adopted budget resolution. (The existing Senate long-term deficit point of order applies to deficits rather than on-budget deficits.)

Exempts Senate legislation for which the chairman of the Senate Budget Committee has made adjustments to the allocations, levels, and limits in this resolution, pursuant to the deficit-neutral reserve fund included in Section 4303(1) for legislation relating to the full repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

Establishes a point of order in the House against legislation with a net effect of increasing direct spending by more than $5 billion in any of the four consecutive ten-year periods beginning with the first fiscal year that is 10 years after the budget year provided for in the most recently adopted budget resolution.

Exempts House legislation for which the chairman of the House Budget Committee has made adjustments to the allocations, levels, or limits contained in this concurrent resolution pursuant to sections 4501, 4502, or 4503, which establish deficit-neutral reserve funds for health care legislation, including the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

(Sec. 3102) Provides the appropriations committees with separate allocations for Overseas Contingency Operations/Global War on Terrorism and specifies procedures for enforcing and adjusting the allocations.

(Sec. 3103) Establishes a point of order restricting the inclusion of certain changes in mandatory programs (CHIMPs) in appropriations legislation for FY2016-FY2019. Limits CHIMPs that reduce budget authority but do not decrease outlays to $19.1 billion for FY2016, $19.1 billion for FY2017, $17 billion for FY2018, and $15 billion for FY2019.

(Sec. 3104) Establishes a point of order against full-year FY2016 appropriations legislation that includes changes in mandatory programs that affect the Crime Victims Fund and exceed $10.8 billion for FY2016.

(Sec. 3105) Requires CBO, upon request of the chairman of either the House or Senate Budget Committees to include an estimate of the current actual or estimated market values representing the ''fair value'' of assets and liabilities in estimates for certain federal credit programs under the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990. Requires CBO to provide fair-value estimates for legislation related to a housing, residential mortgage, or student loan program. Permits the chairman of the House Budget Committee to use the estimates to determine compliance with the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 and other budget enforcement controls. Permits the Senate to use the estimates only for informational purposes.

(Sec. 3106) Provides directions regarding the scoring of legislation relating to a transition from the paper dollar to the dollar coin.

(Sec. 3107) Requires CBO to provide estimates of the budgetary effects over FY2016-FY2045 for legislation increasing discretionary spending limits or transferring amounts from the general fund of the Treasury to the Highway Trust Fund. (Most CBO estimates are currently provided over a 5- or 10-year period.)

(Sec. 3108) Requires CBO to provide projections of federal revenues, outlays, and deficits for the 30-year period beginning with the budget year in its required annual update to the Budget and Economic Outlook.

(Sec. 3109) Directs CBO to provide estimates of outlay changes during the second and third decade of enactment of legislation if: (1) either of the budget committee chairs requests the estimate, or (2) the legislation has an outlay impact in excess of 0.25% of the U.S. gross domestic product during the first decade or in the tenth year.

(Sec. 3110) Prohibits increases in Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac) guarantee fees from being used to determine budgetary impacts for evaluating budget points of order. (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac purchase mortgages and charge the fees to guarantee the payment of principal and interest. This section prevents the fee increases from being used to offset provisions that increase the deficit in determining whether a budget point of order applies to legislation.)

(Sec. 3111) Requires CBO to include in deficit projections a one-page statement that: (1) summarizes and categorizes total outlays, receipts, surpluses, and deficits on a unified basis; and (2) includes subtotals for outlays for mandatory and discretionary programs; outlays, payroll tax revenue, and offsetting receipts for Social Security and for Medicare; the surplus or deficit of revenues over outlays for Social Security and Medicare; and revenues.

(Sec. 3112) Directs CBO and the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) to provide estimates of the macroeconomic effects of major legislation. (These estimates are frequently referred to as dynamic scoring and include estimates of the budgetary effects from changes in economic output, employment, capital stock, interest rates, and other macroeconomic variables resulting from the legislation. In the Senate, the estimates would be provided for informational purposes only.)

Subtitle B--Budget Enforcement in the Senate

(Sec. 3201) Extends procedures in the Senate for waivers and appeals of specified budget points of order with a vote of three-fifths of the Members duly chosen and sworn (currently 60 votes) through September 30, 2025.

Makes Senate points of order against legislation violating Pay-As-You-Go (PAYGO) rules or increasing the short-term deficit permanent. (The PAYGO point of order prohibits the consideration of legislation that would cause or increase an on-budget deficit over specified time periods. The short-term deficit point of order applies to legislation that would cause a net increase in the deficit in excess of $10 billion in any fiscal year provided for in the most recently adopted budget resolution unless it is fully offset over the period of all fiscal years provided for in the most recently adopted budget resolution.)

(Sec. 3202) Updates the existing point of order against advanced appropriations to conform to the new budget window. (Under the resolution, an advanced appropriation is any new budget authority provided in appropriations legislation for FY2016 that first becomes available after FY2016, or any new budget authority provided in appropriations legislation for FY2017 that first becomes available after FY2017. The point of order limits advanced appropriations to specified accounts and prohibits total advanced appropriations from exceeding $28.852 billion in new budget authority in each fiscal year).

(Sec. 3203) Increases the vote threshold for waiving points of order against legislation with unfunded intergovernmental mandates from a simple majority to three-fifths of Members duly chosen and sworn (currently 60 votes).

(Sec. 3204) Repeals the Senate point of order against reconciliation legislation that would increase the deficit or reduce a surplus.

(Sec. 3205) Establishes a Senate point of order against voting on passage of legislation unless the CBO cost estimate was available on CBO's website at least 28 hours before the vote.

(Sec. 3206) Applies to the Senate a House point of order protecting savings in reconciliation legislation from amendments that increase the deficit.

(Sec. 3207) Provides directions to CBO regarding the scoring of certain energy savings contracts.

(Sec. 3208) Authorizes the chairman of the Senate Budget Committee to adjust aggregates, allocations, levels, and limits included in this resolution if legislation is enacted that permits adjustments to discretionary spending limits to accommodate wildfire suppression funding.

Subtitle C--Budget Enforcement in the House of Representatives

(Sec. 3301) Prohibits the House from considering legislation in FY2016 that reduces the actuarial balance of the Social Security trust funds below specified levels.

(Sec. 3302) Requires transfers of funds from the general fund of the Treasury to the Highway Trust Fund to be counted as new budget authority and outlays in the year the transfer occurs.

(Sec. 3303) Authorizes the chairman of the House Budget Committee to adjust committee allocations and levels in this resolution if legislation decreases direct spending in any fiscal year and authorizes appropriations for the same purpose.

(Sec. 3304) Prohibits advanced appropriations unless: (1) the appropriation is provided for an account listed as an exception in the report accompanying this resolution, and (2) total advanced appropriations do not exceed $63.271 billion for veterans accounts and $28.852 billion for other accounts in FY2017. (Under this resolution, an advanced appropriation is any new discretionary budget authority provided in appropriations legislation for the fiscal year following FY2016.)

(Sec. 3305) Requires the House of Representatives to assess the implementation of section 3207 of this concurrent resolution through a collaborative assessment with the Senate and CBO of the appropriate scorekeeping methodology for energy savings performance contracts.

Subtitle D--Other Provisions

(Sec. 3401) Directs congressional committees to review programs within their jurisdiction to identify waste, fraud, abuse, or duplication and increase the use of performance data to inform committee work. Directs the committees to include recommendations for improved governmental performance in their annual views and estimates reports submitted to the budget committees.

(Sec. 3402) Provides that the discretionary administrative expenses of the Social Security Administration and the U.S. Postal Service are reflected in the allocation to the appropriations committees to ensure that the committees retains control over the expenses through the annual appropriations process. Requires the administrative expenses to be included in the cost estimates for appropriations legislation for budget enforcement purposes.

(Sec. 3403) Sets forth procedures for adjustments of the allocations and aggregates included in the budget resolution.

(Sec. 3404) Permits the chairmen of the budget committees to adjust levels and allocations in this budget resolution to reflect changes in concepts and definitions.

(Sec. 3405) Declares that the provisions in this title are promulgated under the rulemaking powers of the House and Senate with full recognition of the constitutional right of either chamber to change those rules.

TITLE IV--RESERVE FUNDS

Establishes reserve funds that permit the chairmen of the budget committees to revise the committee allocations, budgetary aggregates, and other levels in the budget resolution to accommodate legislation that meets specified conditions.

Subtitle A--Reserve Funds in Both Houses

(Sec. 4101) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to policies and programs to reduce poverty and increase opportunity and upward mobility for struggling Americans, without adversely impacting job creation or increasing the deficit over the FY2106-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

Subtitle B--Reserve Funds in the Senate

(Reserve funds in this subtitle provide the chairman of the Senate Budget Committee with flexibility in applying budget enforcement rules to legislation that meets specified criteria. Deficit-neutral and spending-neutral reserve funds permit the chairman to make the adjustments if the legislation meets the specified criteria and does not increase the deficit over designated time periods. Revenue increases are permitted to be used as an offset in deficit-neutral reserve funds, but not in spending-neutral reserve funds. Deficit-reduction reserve funds permit the chairman to make adjustments to ensure that savings achieved in legislation are used for deficit reduction.)

(Sec. 4301) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to increasing the pace of U.S. economic growth and private sector job creation without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-2025 periods.

(Sec. 4302) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to enhanced funding for national security or domestic discretionary programs if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4303) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to repealing or replacing the Affordable Care Act and the health care related provisions of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4304) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving access to affordable health care for low-income children, including the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4305) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for health legislation relating to the requirement to purchase or provide health insurance; expiring health care provisions; the September 11th attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and Shanksville crash site; medical research, innovation, and safety; or program integrity initiatives if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4306) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to child nutrition programs, replacing ineffective policies and programs with evidence-based alternatives that improve the welfare of vulnerable children, or protecting children from sexual predators if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4307) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the improvement of the delivery of benefits and services to veterans and servicemembers if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4308) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to reforming the tax code, extending expiring tax relief provisions, innovation and manufacturing jobs, or operations and administration of the Department of the Treasury if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4309) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to investment in the infrastructure of the United States, including programs that expedite the deployment of broadband to rural areas, if the legislation does not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods and does not include transfers from other trust funds. Permits transfers from the general fund of the Treasury that are offset.

(Sec. 4310) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to federal spending on civil air traffic control services if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4311) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for trade legislation that would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4312) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the administration of disability benefits and the improved employment of disabled workers if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4313) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that amends the Higher Education Act of 1965 if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4314) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for energy legislation that does not raise new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4315) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation revising environmental statutes to promote job growth if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4316) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving flood control, expanding opportunities for commercial navigation, improving the environmental restoration of the nation's waterways, assisting states with drought prevention plans, strengthening waterborne commerce, or the authority of the Department of the Interior to designate funds for rural water projects and Indian irrigation and water settlement projects without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4317) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to reducing reliance on mineral imports or deducting amounts for mineral revenues payable to states without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4318) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4319) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to increasing timber production from federal lands and providing funding to local governments until timber production levels increase, decreasing forest hazardous fuel loads, improving stewardship contracting, or reforming the budgeting process for wildfire suppression operations without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4320) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the Payments In Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4321) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to regulatory relief for small financial firms, improvements in the effectiveness of the financial regulatory framework, enhancements in oversight and accountability of the Federal Reserve System, and expansions in access to capital markets without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4322) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving the processing of earnings reports for the Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance programs if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4323) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the implementation of agreements between the United States and nations with whom it maintains a Compact of Free Association without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4324) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to protecting payments to rural hospitals and creating sustainable access for rural communities without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4325) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to encouraging state Medicaid demonstration programs to promote independent living and integrated work for the disabled without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4326) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to payments to pharmacists for the provision of services under Medicare without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4327) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to supporting and improving community health centers without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4328) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the funding of independent agencies, which may include subjecting the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to the regular appropriations process, without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4329) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to 529 college savings plans if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4330) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the security of the overseas diplomatic facilities of the United States if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4331) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to expanding, enhancing, or otherwise improving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4332) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to investment in the manufacturing sector in the United States if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4333) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to benefits for aliens without legal status in the United States, which may include prohibiting qualification for certain tax benefits, without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4334) Establishes a deficit-reduction reserve fund for legislation achieving savings through the elimination, modification, or the reduction in frequency of reports required of federal agencies if the legislation reduces the deficit over either the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods. Permits the chairman to adjust the Senate's Pay-As-You-Go (PAYGO) ledger to ensure that the savings achieved are used only for deficit reduction.

(Sec. 4335) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to addressing heroin, methamphetamine, and prescription opioid abuse if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4336) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to strengthening the civilian workforce if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4337) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving Department of Defense financial management if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4338) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving federal workforce development, job training, and reemployment programs if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4339) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to energy efficiency, the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), federal land and water conservation programs, or the reduction of duplicative federal green building programs if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4340) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the Department of Justice, which may include ending the Operation Choke Point program, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4341) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to prohibiting the federal government, except in the case of natural disasters, from providing funds to state and local governments to prevent receivership, facilitate exit from receivership, or to prevent default on its obligations by a state government, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4342) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving the health outcomes and lowering the costs of caring for medically complex children in Medicaid if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4343) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to maintaining and enhancing access, choice, and accountability in veterans care through the Veterans Choice Card program if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4344) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to promoting equal pay if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4345) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation submitted to Congress by the President to protect current beneficiaries of the Social Security program and prevent the insolvency of the program if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4346) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to addressing student loan debt if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4347) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to ensuring that federal jurisdiction under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (commonly known as the Clean Water Act) is focused on water quality without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4348) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to United States policy toward Israel and the prevention of anti-Semitism in Europe if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4349) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving workplace benefits and reducing health care costs, which may include tax credits for employers providing paid family and medical leave, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4350) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to providing health care to veterans who have geographic inaccessibility to Department of Veterans Affairs medical facilities if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4351) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to increasing access to higher education for low-income Americans through the Pell Grant program if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4352) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to increased disclosure of any Affordable Care Act taxes in health insurance monthly premium statements if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4353) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to carbon emissions, which may include prohibitions on federal taxes or fees imposed on carbon emissions, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4354) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to prohibiting the federal government from requiring states to adopt the Common Core State Standards and allowing states to opt out of the Standards without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4355) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the disposal of federal land that is not within the boundaries of a national park, preserve, or monument without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4356) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to funding for the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty prior to ratification and adoption of implementing legislation without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4357) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to Iran, including efforts to reimpose waived sanctions or impose new sanctions if the President cannot certify that Iran is complying with the Joint Plan of Action or a comprehensive agreement on Iran's nuclear program, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4358) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to supporting U.S. citizens held hostage in the U.S. embassy in Tehran, Iran, between November 3, 1979, and January 20, 1981, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4359) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to increasing employment opportunities, preventing employment discrimination, and providing accommodations for pregnant workers if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4360) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to changes in federal income tax laws, including eliminating the estate tax, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4361) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the regulation by the Environmental Protection Agency of greenhouse gas emissions, which may include a prohibition on withholding highway funds from states that refuse to submit State Implementation Plans required under the Clean Power Plan, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4362) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to protecting communities, businesses, recreationists, farmers, ranchers, or other groups that rely on privately held water rights and permits from federal takings if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4363) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to prohibiting the awarding of government construction contracts based on awardees entering or not entering into agreements with labor organizations without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4364) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to preventing American jobs from being moved overseas, which may include a reduction in the corporate income tax rate, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4365) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to reaffirming the ability of states to adopt minimum wages higher than the federal minimum wage level commensurate with the cost of living in the state if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4366) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to deterring the attempted migration of unaccompanied children from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras into the United States if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4367) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to critical habitat designations, which may include requiring the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to examine the cumulative economic effects of the designation, without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4368) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to any bank holding companies with over $500 billion in total assets to better protect taxpayers if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4369) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to ensuring that all Members of Congress, the President, the Vice President, and all political appointees procure their health insurance on the individual exchange in the same way as Americans at the same income level if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4370) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to increasing funding for United States embassies, which may include the relocation of the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4371) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to promoting the return of children who have been legally adopted by U.S. citizens from the Democratic Republic of the Congo if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4372) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the development of a new nuclear-capable cruise missile by the Department of Defense and the National Nuclear Security Administration if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4373) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to providing tax equity for death benefits paid to the families of public safety officers who lose their lives in the line of duty if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4374) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to eliminating the backlog of sexual assault evidence kits if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4375) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to mixed oxide fuel fabrication if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4376) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to strengthening and reforming federal Offices of Inspectors General; reducing vacancies in the offices; and providing for improvements in the overall economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of Inspectors General if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4377) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving retirement security by easing the administrative burden on small businesses that provide retirement plans and encouraging individuals to increase their savings if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4378) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving basic science research and development programs in the United States if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4379) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the Endangered Species Act of 1973, which may include requiring state conservation plans for the northern long-eared bat to be given flexibility to be successful so as to preserve and protect local and rural economies before any federal listing decision is made, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4380) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to increased sharing of cybersecurity threat information while protecting individual privacy and civil liberties interests if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4381) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the Drug Enforcement Administration and Federal Bureau of Investigation entering into joint task forces with tribal and local law enforcement agencies if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4382) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to encouraging cost savings in office space used by federal agencies if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4383) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to providing technical assistance to small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs through small business development centers if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4384) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to ensuring that medical facilities of the Department of Veterans Affairs meet the needs of women veterans if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4385) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to providing funding to support efficient resourcing for the Asia rebalance policy if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4386) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to preventing access to edible marijuana products by children in states that have decriminalized marijuana if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4387) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to providing mortgage lending to rural areas if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4388) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the construction of Arctic polar icebreakers if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4389) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to researching health conditions of the descendants of veterans exposed to toxic substances during service in the Armed Forces if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4390) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the Small Business Administration's Small Business Investment Company Program if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4391) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to online child sex trafficking; which may include the detection, investigation, and prosecution of the owners and operators of websites who knowingly allow the websites to be used to advertise commercial sex with children; if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4392) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to prohibiting the Environmental Protection Agency from proposing, finalizing, or issuing any regulation that would reduce the reliability of the electricity grid if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4393) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to protecting the open Internet and promoting further innovation and investment in Internet services, content, infrastructure, and technologies if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4394) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to changing the federal regulatory process without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4395) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to providing coverage of virtual colonoscopies as a colorectal cancer screening test under Medicare if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4396) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to modernizing the triad of strategic nuclear delivery systems, the nuclear command and control system, and the nuclear weapons stockpile; and supporting related infrastructure if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4397) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to strengthening our national security, which may include fully funding the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority and the BioShield Special Reserve Fund, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4398) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the nuclear force improvement program of the Air Force if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4399) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to promoting economic growth and job creation by making it easier for small businesses to plan their capital investments, reducing the uncertainty of taxation, and supporting at-sea and dockside monitoring for fisheries that have received economic disaster assistance if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4400) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to employer penalties under the Affordable Care Act, which may include changes to the definition of "full time employee" under that Act, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4401) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the federal regulatory process if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4402) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the processing of award submissions, which may include the Internal Revenue Service whistleblower program, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4403) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to encouraging the increased use of performance contracting in federal facilities if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4404) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving information sharing by the Inspector General of the Department of Veterans Affairs with respect to investigations relating to substandard health care, delayed and denied health care, patient deaths, other findings that directly relate to patient care, and other management issues if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4405) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to alleviating disproportionate regulatory burdens on community banks and credit unions if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4406) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the Corporation for National and Community Service if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4407) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to ensuring that all Department of Justice attorneys comply with all legal and ethical obligations in criminal prosecutions if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4408) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to federal investments in precision medicine and biomedical research if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4409) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to developing methods that ensure that Medicare beneficiaries have access to equipment like eye tracking accessories for speech generating devices and speech generating devices if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4410) Establishes a spending-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to prioritization of the federal investment in the infrastructure of the United States on projects that are of national and regional significance and projects in high priority corridors of the National Highway System without raising new revenue if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4411) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to encouraging the United States' NATO allies to reverse declines in defense spending and bear a more proportionate burden for ensuring the security of NATO if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4412) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to the investigation and recovery of missing weapons and military equipment provided to Yemen by the United States if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4413) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to improving higher education data and transparency if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4414) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to Native children or the construction of Bureau of Indian Education schools if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4415) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to funding for international counter-propaganda communications in order to combat misinformation, undermine ideologies of violence and hatred, and ensure moderate voices are heard if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4416) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to reforming and strengthening elementary and secondary education if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4417) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to federal investments in scientific research and development if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4418) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to providing support to the government of Ukraine, which may include the provision of lethal defensive articles, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4419) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to underground and surface mining safety research if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

(Sec. 4420) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation relating to extending the life of the Medicare Hospital Insurance Trust Fund, which may include creating a point of order against legislation that accelerates the insolvency of the Fund, if the legislation would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2020 or the FY2016-FY2025 periods.

Subtitle C--Reserve Funds in the House

Establishes reserve funds that permit the chairman of the House Budget Committee to adjust the levels and allocations included in the budget resolution to accommodate health, tax reform, trade, education, retirement, transportation, and defense legislation that meets specified conditions.

(Sec. 4501) Establishes a reserve fund for legislation that consists solely of the full repeal of the Affordable Care Act and the health care related provisions of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.

(Sec. 4502) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for health care reform legislation that would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4503) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that repeals Medicare spending decreases included in the Affordable Care Act or the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 and would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4504) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that extends the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4505) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that reforms, expands access to, and improves graduate medical education programs and would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4506) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that implements a trade agreement and would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4507) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that reforms the tax code and would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4508) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that decreases revenue and would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4509) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that maintains the solvency of the Highway Trust Fund and would not increase the deficit over the FY2016-FY2025 period.

(Sec. 4510) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that reforms, improves, and updates the federal retirement system and would not increase the deficit over the period of FY2016-FY2025.

(Sec. 4511) Establishes a deficit-neutral reserve fund for legislation that supports specified defense activities and would not increase the deficit (without counting any net revenue increases in the legislation) over the period of FY2016-FY2025.

TITLE V--ESTIMATES OF DIRECT SPENDING IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

(Sec. 5001) Provides estimates for the rate of growth in means-tested and non-means-tested direct spending and proposes changes to Medicare and Medicaid.

TITLE VI--POLICY STATEMENTS

Subtitle A--Policy Statements in Both Houses

(Sec. 6101) States the policy of this resolution that Congress should pass and send to the states for approval a joint resolution to amend the Constitution to require an annual balanced federal budget.

(Sec. 6102) States the policy of this resolution that Congress should work on a bipartisan basis to preserve Social Security for current and future generations and that to achieve that goal:

  • Congress should enact legislation prevent the near-term insolvency of the Disability Insurance program, improve the administration and coordination of benefits, and increase employment opportunities for disabled workers; and
  • the President should submit legislation to Congress addressing the long-term insolvency of both the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance program and the Disability Insurance program.

Subtitle B--Policy Statement in the House of Representatives

(Sec. 6201) States the policy of this resolution that Congress must restructure and reform the budget process, reassert its role as the government's spending authority, and change the treatment of tax cut extensions in the baseline.

(Sec. 6202) States the policy of this resolution to promote faster economic growth and job creation.

(Sec. 6203) States the policy of this resolution that Congress should enact legislation that provides comprehensive tax reform to promote economic growth, create jobs, increase wages; and benefit consumers, investors, and workers.

(Sec. 6204) States the policy of this resolution to pursue international trade, global commerce, and a modern and competitive U.S. international tax system to promote job creation in the United States.

(Sec. 6205) States the policy of this resolution to repeal the Affordable Care Act and promote health care reforms.

(Sec. 6206) States the policy of this resolution to preserve Medicare for those in or near retirement and strengthen the program for future beneficiaries. Sets forth the assumptions of this resolution regarding Medicare reform.

(Sec. 6207) States the policy of this resolution to support the work of medical innovators, including the private sector, medical centers and the National Institutes of Health.

(Sec. 6208) States the policy of this resolution that Congress should enact legislation to change the federal regulatory process and eliminate unnecessary regulations.

(Sec. 6209) States the policies of this resolution for addressing higher education affordability and the failings in the current workforce development system.

(Sec. 6210) States the policy of this resolution to support the continued oversight efforts of the Department of Veterans Affairs by Congress and its committees.

(Sec. 6211) States the policy of this resolution that Congress should adopt reforms of budget and accounting practices to enable the public to better understand the fiscal situation of the United States and the options best suited to improving it.

(Sec. 6212) States the policy of this resolution that each authorizing committee must submit to the House Budget Committee recommendations for reductions in spending that result from oversight activities, and that each congressional committee must annually review its programs to ensure they are operating efficiently and effectively.

(Sec. 6213) States the policy of this resolution that congressional committees should identify and achieve savings for deficit reduction through the cancellation or rescission of unobligated balances.

(Sec. 6214) States the policy of this resolution that Congress must reassert its constitutional prerogative to control spending and conduct oversight by enacting legislation requiring programs funded through fees, offsetting receipts, or offsetting collections to be allocated new budget authority annually.

(Sec. 6215) States the policy of this resolution to identify savings that can be achieved through greater productivity and efficiency gains in the operation and maintenance of the House of Representatives.

(Sec. 6216) States the policy of this resolution that Congress should agree to a budget resolution every year and that compensation for Members of Congress should be withheld if either chamber has not agreed to a budget resolution by April 15, as required by the Congressional Budget Act of 1974.

(Sec. 6217) States the policy of this resolution to ensure robust funding for national defense while maintaining overall fiscal discipline and to encourage an immediate reevaluation of federal government priorities to maintain the strength of America's national security posture.