PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 165, No. 1
(House of Representatives - January 03, 2019)

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                      PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

  Under clause 2 of rule XII, public bills and resolutions of the 
following titles were introduced and severally referred, as follows:

           By Mr. SARBANES (for himself and Ms. Pelosi):
       H.R. 1. A bill to expand Americans' access to the ballot 
     box, reduce the influence of big money in politics, and 
     strengthen ethics rules for public servants, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on House Administration, and in 
     addition to the Committees on Intelligence (Permanent 
     Select), the Judiciary, Oversight and Reform, Science, Space, 
     and Technology, Education and Labor, Ways and Means, 
     Financial Services, Ethics, and Homeland Security, for a 
     period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each 
     case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mrs. LOWEY:
       H.R. 21. A bill making appropriations for the fiscal year 
     ending September 30, 2019, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Appropriations, and in addition to the Committee 
     on the Budget, for a period to be subsequently determined by 
     the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such 
     provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee 
     concerned. considered and passed.
           By Mr. BRADY:
       H.R. 22. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to make permanent the increase in the standard deduction, the 
     increase in and modifications of the child tax credit, and 
     the repeal of the deduction for personal exemptions contained 
     in Public Law 115-97; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. HUDSON:
       H.R. 23. A bill to eliminate the sunset date for the 
     Veterans Choice Program of the Department of Veterans 
     Affairs, to expand eligibility for such program, and to 
     extend certain operating hours for pharmacies and medical 
     facilities of the Department, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
           By Mr. MASSIE (for himself, Mr. Gosar, Mr. Yoho, Ms. 
             Foxx of North Carolina, Mr. Gaetz, Mr. Guthrie, Mr. 
             King of Iowa, Mr. Mullin, Mrs. Walorski, Mr. Posey, 
             Mr. DeFazio, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr. Chabot, Mr. Jordan, 
             Mr. Mooney of West Virginia, Mr. DesJarlais, Mr. 
             Biggs, Mr. Cole, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Wittman, Mr. Bacon, 
             Mr. Griffith, Mr. Hunter, Mr. Walberg, Mr. Perry, Mr. 
             Bilirakis, Mr. Hice of Georgia, Mr. Amash, Mr. 
             Meadows, Mr. Allen, Mr. Webster of Florida, Mr. 
             Palazzo, Mr. Marchant, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Brooks of 
             Alabama, Mr. Buck, Mr. Smith of Nebraska, Mr. 
             McClintock, and Mr. Davidson of Ohio):
       H.R. 24. A bill to require a full audit of the Board of 
     Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal 
     reserve banks by the Comptroller General of the United 
     States, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Oversight 
     and Reform.
           By Mr. WOODALL (for himself, Mr. Banks, Mr. Bilirakis, 
             Mr. Bishop of Utah, Mr. Brooks of Alabama, Mr. Carter 
             of Texas, Mr. Chabot, Mr. Conaway, Mr. DesJarlais, 
             Mr. Duncan, Ms. Foxx of North Carolina, Mr. Gaetz, 
             Mr. Graves of Georgia, Mr. Hice of Georgia, Mr. King 
             of Iowa, Mr. Loudermilk, Mr. Lucas, Mr. Massie, Mr. 
             Mullin, Mr. Posey, Mr. David P. Roe of Tennessee, Mr. 
             Wittman, Mr. Yoho, Mr. Young, Mr. Collins of Georgia, 
             and Mr. Walberg):
       H.R. 25. A bill to promote freedom, fairness, and economic 
     opportunity by repealing the income tax and other taxes, 
     abolishing the Internal Revenue Service, and enacting a 
     national sales tax to be administered primarily by the 
     States; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. CURTIS:
       H.R. 26. A bill to prohibit the pay of Members of Congress 
     during periods in which a Government shutdown is in effect, 
     and for other purposes; to the Committee on House 
     Administration, and in addition to the Committee on Oversight 
     and Reform, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. GOHMERT:
       H.R. 27. A bill to amend the Balanced Budget and Emergency 
     Deficit Control Act of 1985 to eliminate automatic increases 
     for inflation from CBO baseline projections for discretionary 
     appropriations, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     the Budget.
           By Mr. GOHMERT:
       H.R. 28. A bill to prohibit United States assistance to 
     foreign countries that oppose the position of the United 
     States in the United Nations; to the Committee on Foreign 
     Affairs.
           By Mr. GOHMERT:
       H.R. 29. A bill to exempt from the Lacey Act and the Lacey 
     Act Amendments of 1981 certain water transfers between any of 
     the States of Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana; to the 
     Committee on Natural Resources, and in addition to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary, for a period to be subsequently 
     determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of 
     such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the 
     committee concerned.
           By Mr. GOHMERT:
       H.R. 30. A bill to amend the Endangered Species Act of 1973 
     to provide that nonnative species in the United States shall 
     not be treated as endangered species or threatened species 
     for purposes of that Act; to the Committee on Natural 
     Resources.
           By Mr. ENGEL (for himself, Mr. McCaul, Mr. Deutch, Mr. 
             Kinzinger, Mr. Cicilline, Mr. Yoho, Mr. Connolly, Mr. 
             Fitzpatrick, Mr. Hastings, Mr. Wilson of South 
             Carolina, Mr. Panetta, Mr. Hill of Arkansas, Mr. 
             Brendan F. Boyle of Pennsylvania, Mr. Weber of Texas, 
             Ms. Meng, Mr. Chabot, Mr. Kildee, Mrs. Wagner, Mr. 
             Suozzi, Mrs. Brooks of Indiana, Mr. Moulton, Mr. 
             Meadows, Mr. Ted Lieu of California, Mr. Rooney of 
             Florida, Mr. Lipinski, Mr. Stivers, Mr. Carson of 
             Indiana, Mr. Hurd of Texas, Mr. Schneider, Mr. 
             Gallagher, Mr. Keating, Ms. Frankel, Mr. Langevin, 
             Mr. Levin of California, Mr. Sires, Ms. Kelly of 
             Illinois, and Ms. Eshoo):
       H.R. 31. A bill to require certain additional actions in 
     connection with the national emergency with respect to Syria, 
     and for other purposes; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, 
     and in addition to the Committees on Financial Services, and 
     the Judiciary, for a period to be subsequently determined by 
     the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such 
     provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee 
     concerned.
           By Mr. DAVIDSON of Ohio (for himself, Mr. Meadows, Mr. 
             Duncan, Mr. Hice of Georgia, Mr. Gosar, Mr. Jordan, 
             Mr. Norman, Mr. Mooney of West Virginia, Mr. Brooks 
             of Alabama, Mr. Yoho, Mr. Cloud, Mrs. Lesko, Mr. 
             Biggs, Mr. Perry, Mr. Gohmert, Mr. Massie, Mr. Budd, 
             and Mr. Buck):
       H.R. 32. A bill to allow the Secretary of the Treasury to 
     accept public donations to fund the construction of a barrier 
     on the border between the United States and Mexico and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. RUSH:
       H.R. 33. A bill to increase public safety by punishing and 
     deterring firearms trafficking; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Ms. JOHNSON of Texas (for herself and Mr. Lucas):

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       H.R. 34. A bill to ensure consideration of water intensity 
     in the Department of Energy's energy research, development, 
     and demonstration programs to help guarantee efficient, 
     reliable, and sustainable delivery of energy and clean water 
     resources; to the Committee on Science, Space, and 
     Technology.
           By Mr. RUSH:
       H.R. 35. A bill to amend section 249 of title 18, United 
     States Code, to specify lynching as a hate crime act; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Ms. JOHNSON of Texas (for herself and Mr. Lucas):
       H.R. 36. A bill to provide for research to better 
     understand the causes and consequences of sexual harassment 
     affecting individuals in the scientific, technical, 
     engineering, and mathematics workforce and to examine 
     policies to reduce the prevalence and negative impact of such 
     harassment, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Science, Space, and Technology.
           By Mr. SOTO:
       H.R. 37. A bill to amend the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act to 
     designate segments of the Kissimmee River and its tributaries 
     in the State of Florida for study for potential addition to 
     the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. HUDSON (for himself, Mr. Tipton, Mr. Higgins of 
             Louisiana, Mr. Arrington, Mr. Mullin, Mr. Chabot, Mr. 
             Hunter, Mr. Yoho, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Marino, Mr. 
             Gosar, Mr. Harris, Ms. Stefanik, Mr. Palazzo, Mr. 
             Newhouse, Mr. Duffy, Mr. Hill of Arkansas, Mr. Long, 
             Mr. Austin Scott of Georgia, Mr. Walker, Mr. Smucker, 
             Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Weber of Texas, Mr. Byrne, Mr. 
             Conaway, Mr. Holding, Mr. Riggleman, Mr. Joyce of 
             Pennsylvania, Mr. Kelly of Pennsylvania, Mr. Spano, 
             Mr. Graves of Georgia, Mr. Dunn, Ms. Cheney, Mr. 
             Moolenaar, Mr. Latta, Mr. Wright, Mr. Flores, Mr. 
             Carter of Texas, Mr. Cuellar, Ms. Granger, Mr. Perry, 
             Mr. Rogers of Alabama, Mr. Gianforte, Mr. Williams, 
             Mr. Babin, Mr. Burgess, Mr. Marchant, Mr. Olson, Mr. 
             Gibbs, Mr. King of Iowa, Mr. Budd, Mr. Young, Mr. 
             Mast, Mr. Reed, Mrs. Lesko, Mr. Graves of Louisiana, 
             Mr. Rooney of Florida, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Banks, Mr. 
             Comer, Mr. Jordan, Mr. Johnson of Louisiana, Mr. 
             Loudermilk, Mr. Kelly of Mississippi, Mr. Meadows, 
             Mr. Rouzer, Mr. Gaetz, Mr. McHenry, Mr. Kinzinger, 
             Mr. David P. Roe of Tennessee, Mr. Davidson of Ohio, 
             Mr. Buck, Mr. Waltz, Mr. Bishop of Georgia, Mr. 
             Curtis, Mr. Bost, Mr. Norman, Mr. Guthrie, Mr. Smith 
             of Nebraska, Mr. Bergman, Mr. Collins of New York, 
             Mr. Hice of Georgia, Mr. Crawford, Mr. Johnson of 
             Ohio, Mr. Womack, Mr. Biggs, Mr. Abraham, Mr. Smith 
             of Missouri, Mr. Webster of Florida, Mrs. Walorski, 
             and Mr. Palmer):
       H.R. 38. A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to 
     provide a means by which nonresidents of a State whose 
     residents may carry concealed firearms may also do so in the 
     State; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. HUDSON:
       H.R. 39. A bill to provide for the periodic review of the 
     efficiency and public need for Federal agencies, to establish 
     a commission for the purpose of reviewing the efficiency and 
     public need of such agencies, and to provide for the 
     abolishment of agencies for which a public need does not 
     exist; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE (for herself, Mr. Serrano, Mr. 
             Cohen, Mr. Khanna, Mr. Meeks, Ms. Moore, Ms. Jayapal, 
             Mr. Johnson of Georgia, Mr. Payne, Ms. Clarke of New 
             York, Ms. Johnson of Texas, Mrs. Beatty, Ms. 
             Schakowsky, Mr. Thompson of Mississippi, Ms. Lee of 
             California, Mr. Green of Texas, Ms. Norton, Mr. Rush, 
             Mr. Nadler, Mr. Danny K. Davis of Illinois, Mr. 
             Engel, Mr. Richmond, Ms. Bass, and Mr. Evans):
       H.R. 40. A bill to address the fundamental injustice, 
     cruelty, brutality, and inhumanity of slavery in the United 
     States and the 13 American colonies between 1619 and 1865 and 
     to establish a commission to study and consider a national 
     apology and proposal for reparations for the institution of 
     slavery, its subsequent de jure and de facto racial and 
     economic discrimination against African-Americans, and the 
     impact of these forces on living African-Americans, to make 
     recommendations to the Congress on appropriate remedies, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. RUSH:
       H.R. 41. A bill to provide regulatory relief for Black and 
     community banks, to codify the Minority Bank Deposit Program, 
     and for other purposes; to the Committee on Financial 
     Services, and in addition to the Committee on Ways and Means, 
     for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in 
     each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within 
     the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 42. A bill to require the Secretary of Homeland 
     Security to submit a study on the circumstances which may 
     impact the effectiveness and availability of first responders 
     before, during, or after a terrorist threat or event, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Transportation and 
     Infrastructure, and in addition to the Committee on Homeland 
     Security, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 43. A bill to require the Secretary of Homeland 
     Security to submit a report on cyber vulnerability 
     disclosures, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Homeland Security.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 44. A bill to prohibit States from carrying out more 
     than one Congressional redistricting after a decennial census 
     and apportionment; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. RUSH:
       H.R. 45. A bill to designate the portion of Interstate 
     Route 57 that is located in Illinois as the ``Barack Obama 
     Highway'', and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Transportation and Infrastructure.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 46. A bill to ensure that seniors, veterans, and 
     people with disabilities who receive Social Security and 
     certain other Federal benefits receive a $250 payment in the 
     event that no cost-of-living adjustment is payable in a 
     calendar year; to the Committee on Ways and Means, and in 
     addition to the Committees on Transportation and 
     Infrastructure, and Veterans' Affairs, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 47. A bill to create an alternative prosecutor for 
     certain Federal offenses; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 48. A bill to prohibit taxpayer funds from being used 
     to build a wall between Mexico and the United States, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in 
     addition to the Committee on Homeland Security, for a period 
     to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case 
     for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 49. A bill to require the Director of the Federal 
     Bureau of Investigation to report to the Congress 
     semiannually on the number of firearms transfers resulting 
     from the failure to complete a background check within 3 
     business days, and the procedures followed after it is 
     discovered that a firearm transfer has been made to a 
     transferee who is ineligible to receive a firearm; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Ms. FOXX of North Carolina:
       H.R. 50. A bill to modernize Federal grant reporting, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Ms. NORTON (for herself, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Huffman, 
             Mrs. Dingell, Mr. Connolly, Mr. Richmond, Ms. Speier, 
             Mr. Khanna, Mr. Raskin, Mr. Ryan, Ms. Wasserman 
             Schultz, Mr. Sean Patrick Maloney of New York, Ms. 
             Bonamici, Mr. Serrano, Ms. Bass, Mr. McNerney, Mr. 
             Carson of Indiana, Ms. Wilson of Florida, Mrs. 
             Demings, Mrs. Bustos, Ms. Johnson of Texas, Mr. 
             Takano, Mrs. Napolitano, Ms. DeGette, Ms. Clark of 
             Massachusetts, Mr. Peters, Mr. Scott of Virginia, Mr. 
             McEachin, Mrs. Lawrence, Mr. Cartwright, Mr. Sablan, 
             Mr. Cohen, Ms. Clarke of New York, Mr. Welch, Mr. 
             Higgins of New York, Mr. Cummings, Mr. Blumenauer, 
             Mr. Nadler, Mr. Jeffries, Mr. Crist, Mr. Deutch, Mr. 
             Lowenthal, Mrs. Watson Coleman, Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. 
             Lynch, Mrs. Carolyn B. Maloney of New York, Ms. Lee 
             of California, Miss Rice of New York, Ms. Kelly of 
             Illinois, Ms. Barragan, Mr. Brown of Maryland, Mr. 
             Sarbanes, Ms. Pingree, Ms. Brownley of California, 
             Ms. Kaptur, Mr. Espaillat, Mrs. Torres of California, 
             Mr. Pascrell, Mr. Beyer, Mr. Kildee, Mr. Johnson of 
             Georgia, Mr. Kilmer, Mr. Price of North Carolina, 
             Mrs. Beatty, Mr. Clay, Mr. Carbajal, Mr. Moulton, Mr. 
             Quigley, Ms. Frankel, Mr. Grijalva, Mr. David Scott 
             of Georgia, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Schiff, Mr. Thompson of 
             California, Mr. Panetta, Mr. Meeks, Ms. Sewell of 
             Alabama, Mr. Thompson of Mississippi, Mr. Pallone, 
             Mr. Engel, Ms. Titus, Mr. Hastings, Mr. Gallego, Mr. 
             Green of Texas, Mr. McGovern, Ms. Lofgren, Ms. Eshoo, 
             Ms. Sanchez, Mrs. Lowey, Mr. Bishop of Georgia, Mr. 
             Correa, Mr. Pocan, Ms. Meng, Mr. Tonko, Mr. Vargas, 
             Mr. Gomez, Ms. Jayapal, Mr. Neal, Mr. Danny K. Davis 
             of Illinois, Mr. Lawson of Florida, Ms. Moore, Mr. 
             Lipinski, Mrs. Murphy, Mr. Rush, Mr. Michael F. Doyle 
             of Pennsylvania, Mr. Cardenas, Mr. Ted Lieu of 
             California, Mr. Courtney, Mr. Vela, Mr. Smith of 
             Washington, Mr. Doggett, Mrs. Davis of California, 
             Ms. Fudge, Mr. Brendan F. Boyle of Pennsylvania, Mr. 
             Krishnamoorthi, Mr. Foster, Mr. DeFazio, Ms. DeLauro, 
             Mr. Lujan, Mr. Langevin, Mr. Butterfield, Mr. 
             Clyburn, Ms. Jackson Lee, Mr. Payne, Mr. Castro of 
             Texas, Mr.

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             Himes, Ms. Adams, Ms. Waters, Ms. Velazquez, Mr. 
             Ruppersberger, Mr. Veasey, Mr. Cicilline, Mr. Soto, 
             Mr. Yarmuth, Mr. Larson of Connecticut, Ms. Castor of 
             Florida, Mr. Swalwell of California, Mr. DeSaulnier, 
             Mr. Larsen of Washington, Ms. McCollum, Mr. Suozzi, 
             Mr. Norcross, Ms. Matsui, Ms. Judy Chu of California, 
             Ms. Wild, Ms. Blunt Rochester, Mr. Keating, Ms. 
             Scanlon, Mr. Cleaver, Mr. Perlmutter, Mr. Evans, Mr. 
             Loebsack, Ms. DelBene, Mr. Sires, Ms. Roybal-Allard, 
             and Ms. Kuster of New Hampshire):
       H.R. 51. A bill to provide for the admission of the State 
     of Washington, D.C. into the Union; to the Committee on 
     Oversight and Government Reform, and in addition to the 
     Committee on Rules, for a period to be subsequently 
     determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of 
     such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the 
     committee concerned.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 52. A bill to require a report and assessment 
     regarding Department of Homeland Security responses to 
     terrorist threats to Federal elections, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Homeland Security.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 53. A bill to amend title XVIII of the Social Security 
     Act to require hospitals reimbursed under the Medicare system 
     to establish and implement security procedures to reduce the 
     likelihood of infant patient abduction and baby switching, 
     including procedures for identifying all infant patients in 
     the hospital in a manner that ensures that it will be evident 
     if infants are missing from the hospital; to the Committee on 
     Ways and Means, and in addition to the Committees on the 
     Judiciary, and Energy and Commerce, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BISHOP of Utah (for himself, Mr. Stewart, and 
             Mr. Curtis):
       H.R. 54. A bill to designate the outstation of the 
     Department of Veterans Affairs in North Ogden, Utah, as the 
     Major Brent Taylor Vet Center Outstation; to the Committee on 
     Veterans' Affairs.
           By Mr. RUSH:
       H.R. 55. A bill to amend the Communications Act of 1934 to 
     direct the Federal Communications Commission to conduct an 
     annual inquiry on the availability of advanced 
     telecommunications capability in broadband deserts, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. BUDD (for himself and Mr. Lynch):
       H.R. 56. A bill to establish an Independent Financial 
     Technology Task Force to Combat Terrorism and Illicit 
     Financing, to provide rewards for information leading to 
     convictions related to terrorist use of digital currencies, 
     to establish a Fintech Leadership in Innovation and Financial 
     Intelligence Program to encourage the development of tools 
     and programs to combat terrorist and illicit use of digital 
     currencies, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Financial Services.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.R. 57. A bill to require the Secretary of Homeland 
     Security to conduct a study on the feasibility of 
     establishing a Civilian Cyber Defense National Resource in 
     the Department of Homeland Security; to the Committee on 
     Homeland Security.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 58. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to allow the child tax credit with respect to stillbirths; to 
     the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. ALLEN:
       H.R. 59. A bill to amend title I of the Patient Protection 
     and Affordable Care Act to require that a State awarded a 
     Federal grant to establish an Exchange and that terminates 
     the State operation of such an Exchange provide for an audit 
     of the use of grant funds and return funds to the Federal 
     Government, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. ALLEN:
       H.R. 60. A bill to reform the H-2A program for nonimmigrant 
     agricultural workers, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. AMODEI:
       H.R. 61. A bill to require the Secretary of the Treasury to 
     mint coins in commemoration of the Carson City Mint 150th 
     anniversary, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Financial Services.
           By Mr. BANKS:
       H.R. 62. A bill to amend the Head Start Act to authorize 
     block grants to States for prekindergarten education, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Education and Labor.
           By Mr. BANKS:
       H.R. 63. A bill to amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 
     to direct the Secretary of Education to develop a plain 
     language disclosure form for borrowers of Federal student 
     loans, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Education 
     and Labor.
           By Mr. BANKS:
       H.R. 64. A bill to intensify stem cell research showing 
     evidence of substantial clinical benefit to patients, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. BANKS:
       H.R. 65. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to allow section 529 education accounts to be used for 
     homeschooling expenses; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. RODNEY DAVIS of Illinois (for himself, Mrs. 
             Napolitano, Mr. Bost, Mr. Sires, Mr. O'Halleran, Mr. 
             LaHood, Ms. Judy Chu of California, and Mr. 
             Lipinski):
       H.R. 66. A bill to establish the Route 66 Centennial 
     Commission, to direct the Secretary of Transportation to 
     prepare a plan on the preservation needs of Route 66, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Transportation and 
     Infrastructure.
           By Mr. BEYER (for himself, Mr. Wittman, Ms. Wexton, Mr. 
             Connolly, Mr. McEachin, Ms. Eshoo, Mr. Pocan, Ms. 
             Schakowsky, Ms. Lofgren, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. 
             Demings, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Serrano, Ms. Pingree, Mr. 
             Panetta, Ms. Moore, Mr. Cole, Mr. Visclosky, Mr. 
             Sires, Mr. Carson of Indiana, Mr. Garamendi, Mr. 
             Raskin, Mr. Brendan F. Boyle of Pennsylvania, Mr. 
             Brown of Maryland, Mr. McGovern, Mr. Lujan, Ms. 
             Norton, Mr. Costa, Mr. Lowenthal, Ms. Spanberger, Mr. 
             Engel, Mrs. Murphy, Mr. Green of Texas, Ms. Scanlon, 
             Mr. Thompson of California, Miss Rice of New York, 
             Mrs. Carolyn B. Maloney of New York, Mr. Hastings, 
             Ms. Wasserman Schultz, Mr. DeFazio, Mr. Carbajal, Mr. 
             Norcross, Mr. King of New York, Mr. Courtney, Mr. 
             Scott of Virginia, Ms. Bonamici, Mr. Welch, Mr. 
             Lipinski, Mr. Langevin, Mr. O'Halleran, Mr. Lewis, 
             Ms. DeGette, Ms. Matsui, Mr. Blumenauer, Mr. Hoyer, 
             Mr. Soto, Mr. Smith of Washington, Mr. DeSaulnier, 
             Mr. Trone, Mr. Bishop of Utah, Ms. Roybal-Allard, and 
             Mr. Michael F. Doyle of Pennsylvania):
       H.R. 67. A bill to provide for the compensation of Federal 
     employees and other government employees furloughed during a 
     Government shutdown, and for other purposes; to the Committee 
     on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 68. A bill to provide that none of the funds made 
     available to the National Endowment for the Humanities for 
     any fiscal year may be used to carry out section 7 of the 
     National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act of 
     1965; to the Committee on Education and Labor.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 69. A bill to amend part A of title I of the 
     Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 to allow 
     States, in accordance with State law, to let Federal funds 
     for the education of disadvantaged children follow low-income 
     children to the public school, charter school, accredited 
     private school, or supplemental educational service program 
     they attend, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Education and Labor.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 70. A bill to abolish the Agency for Toxic Substances 
     and Disease Registry, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 71. A bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to 
     provide for cooperative governing of individual health 
     insurance coverage; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. BIGGS (for himself and Mr. Schweikert):
       H.R. 72. A bill to provide that the final rule of the 
     Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection titled ``Home 
     Mortgage Disclosure (Regulation C)`` shall have no force or 
     effect; to the Committee on Financial Services.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 73. A bill to terminate the designation of the Islamic 
     Republic of Pakistan as a major non-NATO ally, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. BIGGS (for himself, Mr. Meadows, Mr. Brooks of 
             Alabama, Mr. McKinley, Mr. Gohmert, Mr. DesJarlais, 
             Mr. Chabot, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Palmer, and Mr. Emmer):
       H.R. 74. A bill to require the Secretary of Homeland 
     Security to detain any alien who is unlawfully present in the 
     United States and is arrested for certain criminal offenses; 
     to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 75. A bill to amend title 28, United States Code, to 
     provide that the United States district court for the 
     District of Columbia shall have exclusive jurisdiction over 
     actions arising under the immigration laws, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 76. A bill to amend Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of 
     Civil Procedure to protect the ``gig economy'' and small 
     businesses that operate in large part through contractor 
     services from the threat of costly class action litigation, 
     and for other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 77. A bill to amend title 28, United States Code, to 
     prohibit the issuance of national injunctions, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BIGGS (for himself, Mr. Young, and Mr. Duncan):
       H.R. 78. A bill to amend title 28, United States Code, to 
     divide the ninth judicial circuit of the United States into 2 
     circuits, and for other purposes; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
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       H.R. 79. A bill to amend title 54, United States Code, to 
     prohibit the extension or establishment of national monuments 
     in Arizona except by express authorization of Congress, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. BIGGS (for himself, Mr. Grijalva, Mr. Gosar, 
             Mrs. Kirkpatrick, and Mrs. Lesko):
       H.R. 80. A bill to direct the Secretary of Veterans Affairs 
     to carry out a pilot program to improve the ability of 
     Members of Congress to assist constituents with respect to 
     benefits for veterans; to the Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 81. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to allow an above-the-line deduction for health insurance 
     premiums; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 82. A bill to repeal the Department of Agriculture 
     bioenergy subsidy programs and other related subsidy 
     programs; to the Committee on Agriculture, and in addition to 
     the Committees on Oversight and Reform, and Science, Space, 
     and Technology, for a period to be subsequently determined by 
     the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such 
     provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee 
     concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS (for himself, Mr. Gaetz, Mr. Massie, and 
             Mr. Gosar):
       H.R. 83. A bill to repeal the Patient Protection and 
     Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education 
     Reconciliation Act of 2010; to the Committee on Energy and 
     Commerce, and in addition to the Committees on Ways and 
     Means, Education and Labor, Natural Resources, the Judiciary, 
     House Administration, Rules, and Appropriations, for a period 
     to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case 
     for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 84. A bill to establish a penalty for the Department 
     of Housing and Urban Development for failure to enforce 
     compliance with the public housing community service and 
     self-sufficiency requirement under law, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Financial Services, and in 
     addition to the Committee on Appropriations, for a period to 
     be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS (for himself, Mr. Brooks of Alabama, Mr. 
             Gohmert, Mr. DesJarlais, Mr. Buck, Mr. Duncan, Mr. 
             King of Iowa, and Mr. Gaetz):
       H.R. 85. A bill to establish a separate account in the 
     Treasury to hold deposits to be used to secure the southern 
     border of the United States, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Homeland Security, and in addition to the 
     Committees on Ways and Means, the Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, 
     Financial Services, Education and Labor, and Appropriations, 
     for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in 
     each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within 
     the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 86. A bill to provide that the salaries of Members of 
     a House of Congress will be held in escrow if that House has 
     not agreed to a concurrent resolution on the budget for 
     fiscal year 2020 by April 15, 2019, and to withhold the 
     salary of the Director of OMB upon failure to submit the 
     President's budget to Congress as required by section 1105 of 
     title 31, United States Code; to the Committee on House 
     Administration, and in addition to the Committees on the 
     Budget, and Oversight and Reform, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 87. A bill to amend chapter 8 of title 5, United 
     States Code, to provide for en bloc consideration in 
     resolutions of disapproval for ``midnight rules'', and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in 
     addition to the Committee on Rules, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS (for himself, Mr. Meadows, Mr. Latta, Mr. 
             Duncan, and Mrs. Lesko):
       H.R. 88. A bill to protect the right of law-abiding 
     citizens to transport knives interstate, notwithstanding a 
     patchwork of local and State prohibitions, and to repeal 
     Federal provisions related to switchblade knives which burden 
     citizens; to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in addition 
     to the Committee on Energy and Commerce, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 89. A bill to direct that certain assessments with 
     respect to toxicity of chemicals be carried out by the 
     program offices of the Environmental Protection Agency, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Science, Space, and 
     Technology, and in addition to the Committee on Energy and 
     Commerce, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS:
       H.R. 90. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to provide an exemption to the individual mandate to maintain 
     health coverage for individuals residing in counties with 
     fewer than 2 health insurance issuers offering plans on an 
     Exchange; to require Members of Congress and congressional 
     staff to abide by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care 
     Act with respect to health insurance coverage; and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Ways and Means, and in addition 
     to the Committees on Energy and Commerce, House 
     Administration, and Oversight and Government Reform, for a 
     period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each 
     case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BLUMENAUER (for himself and Ms. Bonamici):
       H.R. 91. A bill to authorize the Secretary of the Interior 
     to assess sanitation and safety conditions at Bureau of 
     Indian Affairs facilities that were constructed to provide 
     affected Columbia River Treaty tribes access to traditional 
     fishing grounds and expend funds on construction of 
     facilities and structures to improve those conditions, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. BLUMENAUER (for himself, Mr. Cicilline, Mr. 
             DeFazio, Ms. Bonamici, Mr. Schrader, Ms. Schakowsky, 
             Ms. Kaptur, Mr. Deutch, Ms. Jayapal, Ms. Sewell of 
             Alabama, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Smith of Washington, Ms. 
             Brownley of California, Mr. Carbajal, Mr. Swalwell of 
             California, and Ms. Norton):
       H.R. 92. A bill to amend the Help America Vote Act of 2002 
     to allow all eligible voters to vote by mail in Federal 
     elections, to amend the National Voter Registration Act of 
     1993 to provide for automatic voter registration; to the 
     Committee on House Administration, and in addition to the 
     Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, for a period to 
     be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Ms. BROWNLEY of California:
       H.R. 93. A bill to amend the Help America Vote Act of 2002 
     to require States to provide for same day registration; to 
     the Committee on House Administration.
           By Ms. BROWNLEY of California:
       H.R. 94. A bill to replace references to ``wives'' and 
     ''husbands'' in Federal law with references to ``spouses'', 
     and for other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Ms. BROWNLEY of California (for herself, Mr. 
             DeFazio, and Mr. Price of North Carolina):
       H.R. 95. A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to 
     ensure that children of homeless veterans are included in the 
     calculation of the amounts of certain per diem grants; to the 
     Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
           By Ms. BROWNLEY of California (for herself and Mr. 
             DeFazio):
       H.R. 96. A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to 
     require the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to furnish dental 
     care in the same manner as any other medical service, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
           By Mr. BUCHANAN (for himself and Ms. Titus):
       H.R. 97. A bill to amend the State Department Basic 
     Authorities Act of 1956 to authorize rewards for thwarting 
     wildlife trafficking linked to transnational organized crime, 
     and for other purposes; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. BUCHANAN:
       H.R. 98. A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality 
     Act with respect to aliens associated with criminal gangs, 
     and for other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BUCHANAN:
       H.R. 99. A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to 
     provide additional aggravating factors for the imposition of 
     the death penalty based on the status of the victim; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BUCHANAN:
       H.R. 100. A bill to direct the Secretary of Veterans 
     Affairs to conduct an independent review of the deaths of 
     certain veterans by suicide, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
           By Mr. BUCHANAN (for himself and Mr. Lawson of 
             Florida):
       H.R. 101. A bill to amend title VII of the Tariff Act of 
     1930 to provide for the treatment of core seasonal industries 
     affected by antidumping or countervailing duty 
     investigations, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Ways and Means.
           By Mr. BUCHANAN:
       H.R. 102. A bill to provide that rates of pay for Members 
     of Congress shall not be adjusted under section 601(a)(2) of 
     the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 in the year 
     following any fiscal year in which outlays of the United 
     States exceeded receipts of the United States; to the 
     Committee on House Administration, and in addition to the 
     Committee on Oversight and Reform, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 103. A bill to amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 
     to establish fair and consistent eligibility requirements for 
     graduate medical schools operating outside the United States 
     and Canada; to the Committee on Education and Labor.

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           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 104. A bill to repeal certain amendments to the Clean 
     Air Act relating to the expansion of the renewable fuel 
     program, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Energy 
     and Commerce.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 105. A bill to repeal Federal energy conservation 
     standards, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Energy 
     and Commerce.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 106. A bill to make clear that an agency outside of 
     the Department of Health and Human Services may not 
     designate, appoint, or employ special consultants, fellows, 
     or other employees under subsection (f) or (g) of section 207 
     of the Public Health Service Act; to the Committee on Energy 
     and Commerce.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 107. A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security 
     Act to sunset the limit on the maximum rebate amount for 
     single source drugs and innovator multiple source drugs; to 
     the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 108. A bill to provide that certain bad faith 
     communications in connection with the assertion of a United 
     States patent are unfair or deceptive acts or practices, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 109. A bill to prohibit the Secretary of Homeland 
     Security from granting a work authorization to an alien found 
     to have been unlawfully present in the United States; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 110. A bill to provide an exception to certain 
     mandatory minimum sentence requirements for a person employed 
     outside the United States by a Federal agency, who uses, 
     carries, or possesses the firearm during and in relation to a 
     crime of violence committed while on-duty with a firearm 
     required to be carried while on-duty; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 111. A bill to amend section 416 of title 39, United 
     States Code, to remove the authority of the United States 
     Postal Service to issue semipostals except as provided for by 
     an Act of Congress, and for other purposes; to the Committee 
     on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H.R. 112. A bill to prohibit the Central Intelligence 
     Agency from using an unmanned aerial vehicle to carry out a 
     weapons strike or other deliberately lethal action and to 
     transfer the authority to conduct such strikes or lethal 
     action to the Department of Defense; to the Committee on 
     Intelligence (Permanent Select), and in addition to the 
     Committee on Armed Services, for a period to be subsequently 
     determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of 
     such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the 
     committee concerned.
           By Mrs. BUSTOS (for herself, Mr. Kinzinger, Mr. 
             Courtney, Mr. Panetta, Mr. Peters, Ms. Meng, Mr. 
             Cohen, Ms. Frankel, Mrs. Beatty, Mr. Bishop of 
             Georgia, Ms. Norton, Ms. Kaptur, Ms. Kuster of New 
             Hampshire, Mr. Soto, Mr. Thompson of California, Mr. 
             Foster, Mr. Kilmer, Mrs. Carolyn B. Maloney of New 
             York, and Ms. Brownley of California):
       H.R. 113. A bill to require the purchase of domestically 
     made flags of the United States of America for use by the 
     Federal Government; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. CARTER of Georgia:
       H.R. 114. A bill to adjust the boundary of the Fort 
     Frederica National Monument in the State of Georgia, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. CASTRO of Texas (for himself and Mr. McCaul):
       H.R. 115. A bill to require the Department of State to 
     establish a policy regarding the use of location-tracking 
     consumer devices by employees at diplomatic and consular 
     facilities, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Foreign Affairs.
           By Ms. JUDY CHU of California (for herself and Mr. 
             Norman):
       H.R. 116. A bill to amend the Small Business Investment Act 
     of 1958 to increase the amount that certain banks and savings 
     associations may invest in small business investment 
     companies, subject to the approval of the appropriate Federal 
     banking agency, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Small Business.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Mr. Blumenauer, Ms. Blunt 
             Rochester, Mr. Cardenas, Mr. Carson of Indiana, Mr. 
             Espaillat, Mr. Grijalva, Ms. Jackson Lee, Ms. Kelly 
             of Illinois, Mr. Kilmer, Ms. McCollum, Mr. McEachin, 
             Ms. Norton, Mr. Payne, Ms. Roybal-Allard, Mr. Ryan, 
             Mr. Serrano, Ms. Sewell of Alabama, Ms. Wasserman 
             Schultz, Ms. Kaptur, and Mr. Sean Patrick Maloney of 
             New York):
       H.R. 117. A bill to authorize funding for the creation and 
     implementation of infant mortality pilot programs in standard 
     metropolitan statistical areas with high rates of infant 
     mortality, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Energy 
     and Commerce.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Mrs. Beatty, Mr. Blumenauer, 
             Ms. Clarke of New York, Mr. Deutch, Ms. Eshoo, Ms. 
             Kaptur, Mr. McGovern, Ms. Norton, Mr. Raskin, Mr. 
             Ryan, Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. Swalwell of California, Mr. 
             Takano, Ms. Wasserman Schultz, and Ms. Moore):
       H.R. 118. A bill to amend the Help America Vote Act of 2002 
     to promote early voting in elections for Federal office and 
     to prevent unreasonable waiting times for voters at polling 
     places used in such elections, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on House Administration.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Mr. Connolly, Mr. Cummings, 
             Mr. Grijalva, Mr. Hastings, Ms. Jackson Lee, Ms. 
             Jayapal, Mr. Johnson of Georgia, Mr. Khanna, Ms. Lee 
             of California, Mr. Meeks, Ms. Norton, Mr. Pallone, 
             Mr. Raskin, Mr. Rush, Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. Serrano, 
             and Mr. Vargas):
       H.R. 119. A bill to require the Attorney General to issue 
     rules pertaining to the collection and compilation of data on 
     the use of deadly force by law enforcement officers; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Mr. Higgins of New York, 
             Mrs. Lawrence, Ms. McCollum, Mr. Meeks, Ms. Norton, 
             Mr. Ryan, Mr. Smith of Washington, Mr. Hastings, Mr. 
             Khanna, and Ms. Moore):
       H.R. 120. A bill to amend the Omnibus Crime Control and 
     Safe Streets Act of 1968 to authorize a grant program to 
     assist State and local law enforcement agencies in purchasing 
     body-worn cameras and securely storing and maintaining 
     recorded data for law enforcement officers; to the Committee 
     on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Mr. Blumenauer, Mr. 
             Cummings, Mr. Hastings, Mr. Johnson of Georgia, and 
             Ms. Norton):
       H.R. 121. A bill to permit expungement of records of 
     certain nonviolent criminal offenses, and for other purposes; 
     to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 122. A bill to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act to 
     provide for the calculation of the minimum wage based on the 
     Federal poverty threshold for a family of 4, as determined by 
     the Bureau of the Census; to the Committee on Education and 
     Labor.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 123. A bill to authorize a pilot program under section 
     258 of the National Housing Act to establish an automated 
     process for providing additional credit rating information 
     for mortgagors and prospective mortgagors under certain 
     mortgages; to the Committee on Financial Services.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Ms. Jackson Lee, and Mr. 
             Swalwell of California):
       H.R. 124. A bill to prohibit States from carrying out more 
     than one Congressional redistricting after a decennial census 
     and apportionment, to require States to conduct such 
     redistricting through independent commissions, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Mr. Clay, Mrs. Beatty, Mr. 
             Carson of Indiana, Mr. Blumenauer, Mr. Raskin, Ms. 
             Castor of Florida, Ms. Clarke of New York, Mr. Danny 
             K. Davis of Illinois, Ms. DeLauro, Mrs. Dingell, Mr. 
             Engel, Ms. Eshoo, Ms. Kaptur, Ms. Kelly of Illinois, 
             Mr. Khanna, Mr. McGovern, Mr. McNerney, Mr. Meeks, 
             Ms. Moore, Ms. Norton, Ms. Roybal-Allard, Mr. Ryan, 
             Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. Schiff, Mr. Scott of Virginia, 
             Mr. Serrano, Mr. Takano, Mr. Thompson of Mississippi, 
             Mr. Veasey, Ms. Waters, Mrs. Watson Coleman, Mr. 
             Pascrell, and Ms. Velazquez):
       H.R. 125. A bill to provide for grants for States that 
     require sensitivity training for law enforcement officers of 
     that State and to incentivize States to enact laws requiring 
     the independent investigation and prosecution of the use of 
     deadly force by law enforcement officers, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 126. A bill to direct the Election Assistance 
     Commission to carry out a pilot program under which the 
     Commission shall provide funds to local educational agencies 
     for initiatives to provide voter registration information to 
     secondary school students in the 12th grade; to the Committee 
     on House Administration.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself and Mr. Young):
       H.R. 127. A bill to extend the principle of federalism to 
     State drug policy, provide access to medical marijuana, and 
     enable research into the medicinal properties of marijuana; 
     to the Committee on Energy and Commerce, and in addition to 
     the Committees on the Judiciary, and Veterans' Affairs, for a 
     period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each 
     case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. COMER (for himself and Ms. Velazquez):
       H.R. 128. A bill to clarify the primary functions and 
     duties of the Office of Advocacy of the Small Business 
     Administration, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Small Business.
           By Mr. COOPER (for himself, Mrs. Murphy, Mr. 
             O'Halleran, Mr. Loebsack, Mr. Costa, Mr. Lipinski, 
             Mr. Sean Patrick Maloney of New York, Ms. Brownley of 
             California, Mr. Buchanan, and Mr. Peters):
       H.R. 129. A bill to provide that Members of Congress may 
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     1 of any fiscal year in which Congress has not approved a 
     concurrent resolution on the budget and passed the regular 
     appropriations bills; to the Committee on House 
     Administration.
           By Mr. COOPER:
       H.R. 130. A bill to prohibit States from carrying out more 
     than one Congressional redistricting after a decennial census 
     and apportionment, to require States to conduct such 
     redistricting through independent commissions, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. COOPER:
       H.R. 131. A bill to require States to carry out 
     Congressional redistricting in accordance with a process 
     under which members of the public are informed of 
     redistricting proposals and have the opportunity to 
     participate in the development of such proposals prior to 
     their adoption, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     the Judiciary.
           By Mr. CUELLAR (for himself, Mr. Hurd of Texas, and Mr. 
             Gonzalez of Texas):
       H.R. 132. A bill to provide for a general capital increase 
     for the North American Development Bank, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Financial Services.
           By Mr. CUELLAR (for himself, Mr. McCaul, and Mr. 
             Gonzalez of Texas):
       H.R. 133. A bill to promote economic partnership and 
     cooperation between the United States and Mexico; to the 
     Committee on Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. CUMMINGS (for himself, Ms. Meng, Mr. Scott of 
             Virginia, and Ms. Norton):
       H.R. 134. A bill to protect unpaid interns from workplace 
     harassment and discrimination; to the Committee on Education 
     and Labor.
           By Mr. CUMMINGS (for himself, Mr. Meadows, Ms. Norton, 
             Mr. Sensenbrenner, and Ms. Jackson Lee):
       H.R. 135. A bill to amend the Notification and Federal 
     Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002 to 
     strengthen Federal antidiscrimination laws enforced by the 
     Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and expand 
     accountability within the Federal Government, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. CUMMINGS (for himself, Ms. Meng, Mr. Scott of 
             Virginia, Ms. Norton, and Mr. Meadows):
       H.R. 136. A bill to amend title 5, United States Code, to 
     protect unpaid interns in the Federal Government from 
     workplace harassment and discrimination, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mrs. DAVIS of California:
       H.R. 137. A bill to amend the Federal Election Campaign Act 
     of 1971 to prohibit certain State election administration 
     officials from actively participating in electoral campaigns; 
     to the Committee on House Administration.
           By Mrs. DAVIS of California:
       H.R. 138. A bill to amend the Help America Vote Act of 2002 
     to allow all eligible voters to vote by mail in Federal 
     elections; to the Committee on House Administration.
           By Mr. RODNEY DAVIS of Illinois:
       H.R. 139. A bill to establish the Springfield Race Riot 
     National Historic Monument in the State of Illinois, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. KING of Iowa (for himself, Mr. Duncan, Mr. 
             Gosar, Mr. Norman, Mr. Yoho, Mr. Palazzo, Mr. Perry, 
             Mr. DesJarlais, Mr. Davidson of Ohio, Mr. Brooks of 
             Alabama, Mr. Biggs, Mr. Hice of Georgia, Mr. Babin, 
             Mr. Wilson of South Carolina, Mr. Harris, Mr. 
             Meadows, Mr. Conaway, Mr. Weber of Texas, Mr. Webster 
             of Florida, Mr. Grothman, Mr. Rouzer, and Mr. Graves 
             of Missouri):
       H.R. 140. A bill to amend section 301 of the Immigration 
     and Nationality Act to clarify those classes of individuals 
     born in the United States who are nationals and citizens of 
     the United States at birth; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Mr. RODNEY DAVIS of Illinois (for himself, Mr. 
             Cicilline, Mrs. Dingell, Mr. Lipinski, Mr. Bost, Mr. 
             Kinzinger, Ms. Eshoo, Mr. Price of North Carolina, 
             Mr. Massie, Mr. Larsen of Washington, Ms. Brownley of 
             California, Ms. Pingree, Mr. Garamendi, Mr. Takano, 
             Mr. Sires, Mr. Connolly, Mr. Mullin, Mr. McNerney, 
             Mr. Graves of Louisiana, and Mr. Joyce of Ohio):
       H.R. 141. A bill to amend title II of the Social Security 
     Act to repeal the Government pension offset and windfall 
     elimination provisions; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. RODNEY DAVIS of Illinois:
       H.R. 142. A bill to provide for phased-in payment of Social 
     Security Disability Insurance payments during the waiting 
     period for individuals with a terminal illness; to the 
     Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. DesJARLAIS:
       H.R. 143. A bill to direct the Secretary of the Interior to 
     study the suitability and feasibility of designating the 
     James K. Polk Home in Columbia, Tennessee, as a unit of the 
     National Park System, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. DUNCAN (for himself, Mr. Norman, Mr. Banks, Mr. 
             King of Iowa, Mr. Kelly of Mississippi, Mr. Biggs, 
             Mrs. Lesko, Mrs. Hartzler, Mr. Meadows, and Mr. 
             Buck):
       H.R. 144. A bill to prohibit the flying of any flag other 
     than the United States flag over United States diplomatic and 
     consular posts, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. DUNCAN (for himself, Mr. Keating, Mr. Norman, 
             Mr. Posey, Mr. Meadows, and Mr. Weber of Texas):
       H.R. 145. A bill to authorize the revocation or denial of 
     passports to individuals affiliated with foreign terrorist 
     organizations, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. DUNCAN (for himself, Mr. Gosar, Mr. Norman, Mr. 
             King of Iowa, and Mr. Meadows):
       H.R. 146. A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality 
     Act to facilitate the removal of aliens identified in the 
     terrorist screening database, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. DUNCAN (for himself, Mr. Gosar, Mr. Brooks of 
             Alabama, Mr. Norman, Mr. King of Iowa, Mr. Hice of 
             Georgia, Mr. Posey, Mr. Meadows, and Mr. Weber of 
             Texas):
       H.R. 147. A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality 
     Act to penalize aliens who overstay their visas, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 148. A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security 
     Act to provide incentives for education on the risk of renal 
     medullary carcinoma in individuals who are receiving medical 
     assistance under such title and who have Sickle Cell Disease; 
     to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 149. A bill to authorize funds to prevent housing 
     discrimination through the use of nationwide testing, to 
     increase funds for the Fair Housing Initiatives Program, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Financial Services.
           By Ms. FOXX of North Carolina (for herself, Mr. Gomez, 
             Mr. Walker, Mr. Quigley, Mr. DesJarlais, Ms. Kelly of 
             Illinois, Mr. Palmer, and Mr. Kilmer):
       H.R. 150. A bill to modernize Federal grant reporting, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. DUNCAN (for himself, Mr. Norman, Mr. King of 
             Iowa, Mr. Biggs, Mr. Hice of Georgia, Mrs. Lesko, Mr. 
             Posey, Mr. Meadows, and Mr. Weber of Texas):
       H.R. 151. A bill to prohibit Federal payments to a unit of 
     local government that allows individuals who are not citizens 
     of the United States to vote in elections for State or local 
     office, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Oversight 
     and Reform.
           By Mr. DUNCAN (for himself, Mr. Wilson of South 
             Carolina, Mr. Norman, Mr. Clyburn, and Mr. Rice of 
             South Carolina):
       H.R. 152. A bill to designate the facility of the United 
     States Postal Service located at 810 South Pendleton Street 
     in Easley, South Carolina, as the ``Captain Kimberly Nicole 
     Hampton Post Office Building``; to the Committee on Oversight 
     and Reform.
           By Mr. DUNCAN (for himself, Mr. Gosar, Mr. Brooks of 
             Alabama, Mr. Norman, Mr. King of Iowa, Mr. Hice of 
             Georgia, Mr. Posey, Mr. Meadows, and Mr. Weber of 
             Texas):
       H.R. 153. A bill to prohibit the receipt of Federal 
     financial assistance by sanctuary cities, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in addition 
     to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, for a 
     period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each 
     case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas (for himself, Mr. Sean Patrick 
             Maloney of New York, Mrs. Dingell, Mr. Garamendi, Mr. 
             Kilmer, Mrs. Bustos, Ms. Pingree, Mr. McGovern, Mr. 
             Hastings, Mr. Perlmutter, and Mr. King of New York):
       H.R. 154. A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to 
     direct the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to establish the 
     Merchant Mariner Equity Compensation Fund to provide benefits 
     to certain individuals who served in the United States 
     merchant marine (including the Army Transport Service and the 
     Naval Transport Service) during World War II; to the 
     Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
           By Mr. DUNCAN (for himself, Mr. Fleischmann, Mr. Young, 
             Mr. Abraham, Mr. David P. Roe of Tennessee, Mr. 
             Gohmert, Mr. Bergman, Mr. Walker, Mr. Westerman, Mr. 
             Graves of Georgia, Mr. Gosar, Mr. Latta, Mr. Weber of 
             Texas, Mr. Bishop of Utah, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Comer, 
             Mr. Womack, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Austin Scott of Georgia, 
             Mr. Guthrie, Mr. Collins of Georgia, Mrs. McMorris 
             Rodgers, Mr. Gibbs, and Mr. Buck):
       H.R. 155. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to remove silencers from the definition of firearms, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Ways and Means, and in 
     addition to the Committee on the Judiciary, for a period to 
     be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.

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           By Mr. ENGEL:
       H.R. 156. A bill to amend the Communications Act of 1934 to 
     provide for enhanced penalties for the transmission of 
     misleading or inaccurate caller identification information 
     with the intent to trigger an emergency response; to the 
     Committee on Energy and Commerce, and in addition to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary, for a period to be subsequently 
     determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of 
     such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the 
     committee concerned.
           By Mr. EVANS:
       H.R. 157. A bill to repeal the provisions of the Protection 
     of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act prohibiting the bringing of 
     qualified civil liability actions in Federal or State court; 
     to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. EVANS:
       H.R. 158. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to allow rehabilitation expenditures for public school 
     buildings to qualify for rehabilitation credit; to the 
     Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. EVANS:
       H.R. 159. A bill to require the Administrator of the Small 
     Business Administration to establish a grant program to 
     address rising costs of tax compliance for small business 
     concerns, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Ways 
     and Means, and in addition to the Committee on Small 
     Business, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. FITZPATRICK (for himself and Mr. Gallagher):
       H.R. 160. A bill to prohibit a single bill or joint 
     resolution presented by Congress to the President from 
     containing multiple subjects and to require the equal 
     application of laws to Members of Congress; to the Committee 
     on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. FITZPATRICK:
       H.R. 161. A bill to prohibit immediate family members of 
     heads of certain agencies and departments from soliciting or 
     otherwise raising funds from certain foreign entities; to the 
     Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. FITZPATRICK (for himself and Mr. Suozzi):
       H.R. 162. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to require public disclosure of individual tax returns of 
     candidates for President and Vice President of the United 
     States; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. FITZPATRICK:
       H.R. 163. A bill to require the use of independent 
     nonpartisan commissions to carry out congressional 
     redistricting and to require States to hold open primaries 
     for elections for Federal office; to the Committee on House 
     Administration, and in addition to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. FITZPATRICK (for himself and Mr. Gallagher):
       H.R. 164. A bill to amend title 5, United States Code, to 
     terminate pensions for Members of Congress, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on House Administration, and in 
     addition to the Committee on Oversight and Reform, for a 
     period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each 
     case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 165. A bill to require the inclusion of veterans in 
     housing planning and an annual report on housing assistance 
     to veterans, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Financial Services.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 166. A bill to establish an Office of Fair Lending 
     Testing to test for compliance with the Equal Credit 
     Opportunity Act, to strengthen the Equal Credit Opportunity 
     Act and to provide for criminal penalties for violating such 
     Act, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Financial 
     Services.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas (for himself, Mr. Hastings, Ms. 
             Clarke of New York, Ms. Moore, and Mr. Johnson of 
             Georgia):
       H.R. 167. A bill to prohibit the transfer of a firearm at a 
     gun show by a person who is not a licensed dealer; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 168. A bill to authorize the Secretary of Homeland 
     Security to provide lawful permanent resident status to 
     previously removed alien parents and spouses of citizens of 
     the United States, and for other purposes; to the Committee 
     on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.R. 169. A bill to amend title 23, United States Code, to 
     establish a grant program for States that establish specific 
     standards for education and training programs concerning 
     civilian and law enforcement encounters during traffic stops 
     and other in-person encounters, and for other purposes; to 
     the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 170. A bill to amend the Black Lung Benefits Act to 
     provide equity for certain eligible survivors, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Education and Labor.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 171. A bill to provide for the legitimate use of 
     medicinal marihuana in accordance with the laws of the 
     various States; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 172. A bill to amend sections 111, 169, and 171 of the 
     Clean Air Act to clarify when a physical change in, or change 
     in the method of operation of, a stationary source 
     constitutes a modification or construction, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 173. A bill to amend the Natural Gas Act to bolster 
     fairness and transparency in consideration of interstate 
     natural gas pipelines, to provide for greater public input 
     opportunities, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 174. A bill to amend the Federal Power Act to require 
     the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to minimize 
     infringement on the exercise and enjoyment of property rights 
     in issuing hydropower licenses, and for other purposes; to 
     the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 175. A bill to amend chapter 44 of title 18, United 
     States Code, to more comprehensively address the interstate 
     transportation of firearms or ammunition; to the Committee on 
     the Judiciary.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 176. A bill to relocate the headquarters of the 
     Appalachian Regional Commission, and for other purposes; to 
     the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 177. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to provide for waivers of user fees imposed with respect to 
     applications for reinstatement of tax-exempt status of small, 
     subsidiary tax-exempt organizations; to the Committee on Ways 
     and Means.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH (for himself and Mr. Ryan):
       H.R. 178. A bill to amend the Consolidated Farm and Rural 
     Development Act to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to 
     award grants to benefit the Appalachia region, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Agriculture, and in addition to 
     the Committee on Education and Labor, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H.R. 179. A bill to provide for no net increase in the 
     total acreage of certain Federal land under the jurisdiction 
     of the Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service, 
     the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, or the Forest 
     Service, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Natural 
     Resources, and in addition to the Committee on Agriculture, 
     for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in 
     each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within 
     the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. HASTINGS (for himself, Ms. Clarke of New York, 
             Ms. Jackson Lee, Ms. Johnson of Texas, and Mr. 
             Johnson of Georgia):
       H.R. 180. A bill to provide dedicated funding for the 
     national infrastructure investment program and the capital 
     investment grant program, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, and in 
     addition to the Committee on Ways and Means, for a period to 
     be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. HUNTER:
       H.R. 181. A bill to amend title 13, United States Code, to 
     provide that the penalty for refusing or neglecting to answer 
     a decennial census question shall apply only to the extent 
     necessary to allow the Government to obtain the information 
     needed for its enumeration of the population, as required by 
     the Constitution of the United States, as well as the 
     enumeration of its citizen and noncitizen populations, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. KEATING:
       H.R. 182. A bill to extend the authorization for the Cape 
     Cod National Seashore Advisory Commission; to the Committee 
     on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. KEATING:
       H.R. 183. A bill to clarify the United States interest in 
     certain submerged lands in the area of the Monomoy National 
     Wildlife Refuge, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Natural Resources.
           By Mr. KING of Iowa (for himself, Mrs. Radewagen, and 
             Mr. Bacon):
       H.R. 184. A bill to transfer administrative jurisdiction of 
     certain Federal lands from the United States Army Corps of 
     Engineers to the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, to 
     take such lands into trust for the Winnebago Tribe of 
     Nebraska; to the Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. KING of Iowa (for himself, Mr. Massie, Mr. 
             Meadows, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Weber of Texas, Mr. Kelly of 
             Mississippi, Mr. Wilson of South Carolina, Mr. 
             Loudermilk, Mr. DesJarlais, Mr. Biggs, Mr. Buck, Mr. 
             Norman, Mr. Gosar, Mr. Hice of Georgia, and Mr. 
             Cole):
       H.R. 185. A bill to repeal the Patient Protection and 
     Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education 
     Reconciliation Act of 2010; to the Committee on Energy and 
     Commerce, and in addition to the Committees on Ways and 
     Means, Education and Labor, Natural Resources, the Judiciary,

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     House Administration, Rules, and Appropriations, for a period 
     to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case 
     for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. LAWSON of Florida:
       H.R. 186. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to establish a small business start-up tax credit for 
     veterans creating businesses in underserved communities; to 
     the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. LOUDERMILK (for himself, Mr. Bishop of Georgia, 
             Mr. Hice of Georgia, and Mr. Johnson of Georgia):
       H.R. 187. A bill to adjust the boundary of the Kennesaw 
     Mountain National Battlefield Park to include the Wallis 
     House and Harriston Hill, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mrs. LOWEY (for herself and Mr. King of New York):
       H.R. 188. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to repeal the limitation on the deduction for certain taxes, 
     including State and local property and income taxes; to the 
     Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. LUETKEMEYER:
       H.R. 189. A bill to provide requirements for the 
     appropriate Federal banking agencies when requesting or 
     ordering a depository institution to terminate a specific 
     customer account, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Financial Services.
           By Mr. MARSHALL (for himself and Mr. Schneider):
       H.R. 190. A bill to amend the Small Business Act to 
     eliminate the inclusion of option years in the award price 
     for sole source contracts, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Small Business.
           By Mr. MASSIE:
       H.R. 191. A bill to amend title 5, United States Code, to 
     provide for the termination of certain retirement benefits 
     for Members of Congress, except the right to continue 
     participating in the Thrift Savings Plan, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on House Administration, and in 
     addition to the Committee on Oversight and Reform, for a 
     period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each 
     case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. McCAUL (for himself and Mr. Keating):
       H.R. 192. A bill to establish an interagency program to 
     assist countries in North and West Africa to improve 
     immediate and long-term capabilities to counter terrorist 
     threats, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Foreign 
     Affairs.
           By Mr. McCAUL (for himself and Ms. Kelly of Illinois):
       H.R. 193. A bill to improve the design and construction of 
     diplomatic posts, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. McCAUL:
       H.R. 194. A bill to impose additional sanctions with 
     respect to serious human rights abuses of the Government of 
     Iran, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Foreign 
     Affairs, and in addition to the Committees on the Judiciary, 
     Financial Services, and Ways and Means, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. MULLIN (for himself, Ms. McCollum, Mr. Cole, and 
             Mr. Simpson):
       H.R. 195. A bill to provide full-year appropriations for 
     the Indian Health Service in the event of a partial lapse in 
     appropriations, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Appropriations.
           By Mr. NADLER (for himself, Ms. Jackson Lee, Mr. Cohen, 
             Mr. Johnson of Georgia, Mr. Raskin, Mr. Cicilline, 
             Ms. Norton, Ms. Lofgren, Ms. Jayapal, Mr. Lewis, Ms. 
             Judy Chu of California, Mr. Espaillat, Ms. Lee of 
             California, Mr. DeFazio, Mr. Rush, Ms. Wilson of 
             Florida, Ms. Kaptur, Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. Ted Lieu of 
             California, Mrs. Watson Coleman, Mr. McEachin, Mr. 
             Cummings, Mr. Blumenauer, Ms. Moore, Mr. Pascrell, 
             Mrs. Carolyn B. Maloney of New York, Ms. Sewell of 
             Alabama, Mr. Quigley, Mr. Takano, Ms. Wasserman 
             Schultz, Ms. Clarke of New York, Mr. Yarmuth, Mr. 
             Danny K. Davis of Illinois, and Mr. Richmond):
       H.R. 196. A bill to secure the Federal voting rights of 
     persons when released from incarceration; to the Committee on 
     the Judiciary.
           By Mr. NADLER (for himself, Ms. Jackson Lee, Mr. Cohen, 
             Ms. Speier, Mrs. Lawrence, Ms. Waters, Mr. Bera, Mr. 
             Smith of Washington, Mr. Espaillat, Mrs. Carolyn B. 
             Maloney of New York, Mr. Huffman, Mr. Lowenthal, Mr. 
             Garamendi, Mrs. Demings, Mr. Johnson of Georgia, Mr. 
             Price of North Carolina, Ms. Kuster of New Hampshire, 
             Ms. Sanchez, Mr. Danny K. Davis of Illinois, Mr. 
             Schneider, Mr. Lipinski, Ms. Eshoo, Mr. Brendan F. 
             Boyle of Pennsylvania, Ms. Barragan, Mr. Kilmer, Mr. 
             Tonko, Ms. Meng, Mr. Ryan, Ms. Pingree, Mrs. Davis of 
             California, Mr. Aguilar, Mr. Vela, Mrs. Napolitano, 
             Mr. Meeks, Mr. Foster, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Loebsack, Ms. 
             McCollum, Mr. Pocan, Mr. Beyer, Mr. Serrano, Ms. 
             Schakowsky, Mr. Pallone, Mr. Quigley, Mr. Hastings, 
             Mrs. Lowey, Mr. Carbajal, Mr. Clay, Ms. Castor of 
             Florida, Ms. Wasserman Schultz, Ms. Lee of 
             California, Mr. Payne, Ms. Kaptur, Mr. Swalwell of 
             California, Mr. Richmond, Mr. Jeffries, Ms. Lofgren, 
             Mr. Cicilline, Ms. Jayapal, Mr. Ted Lieu of 
             California, Mr. Raskin, Mr. Crist, Mr. Moulton, Miss 
             Rice of New York, Ms. Roybal-Allard, Ms. Norton, Mr. 
             Langevin, Ms. Brownley of California, Mr. Carson of 
             Indiana, Ms. DeGette, Ms. Clark of Massachusetts, Mr. 
             Evans, Mr. Scott of Virginia, Ms. Frankel, Mr. 
             Perlmutter, Ms. Matsui, Ms. Bonamici, Mr. Schiff, Ms. 
             Velazquez, Ms. Wilson of Florida, Mr. Michael F. 
             Doyle of Pennsylvania, Mr. DeFazio, Ms. Adams, Mr. 
             Gomez, Mr. Brown of Maryland, Mrs. Dingell, Mr. 
             Welch, Mr. Cummings, Mr. Sherman, Mrs. Bustos, Mr. 
             Takano, Mr. Yarmuth, Mr. Courtney, Mr. McEachin, Mr. 
             Kennedy, Mr. Peters, Ms. Judy Chu of California, Mrs. 
             Murphy, Mr. Connolly, Mr. Deutch, Mr. Soto, Mr. 
             Larson of Connecticut, Mr. Vargas, Mr. Heck, Mr. 
             Krishnamoorthi, Mr. McGovern, Mr. Sarbanes, Mr. 
             Sires, Ms. Clarke of New York, Ms. DelBene, Mr. 
             DeSaulnier, Mr. Lamb, Mr. Pascrell, Mr. Panetta, Mr. 
             Thompson of California, Mr. Kind, Ms. Scanlon, Mr. 
             Higgins of New York, Mr. Rush, and Ms. Titus):
       H.R. 197. A bill to ensure independent investigations and 
     judicial review of the removal of a special counsel, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. NORMAN:
       H.R. 198. A bill to require a national nonbinding 
     referendum at the regularly scheduled general election for 
     Federal office in 2020 to advise Congress on term limits for 
     Members of Congress, and for other purposes; to the Committee 
     on House Administration.
           By Mr. NORMAN:
       H.R. 199. A bill to terminate certain lifetime benefits 
     provided to former Members of Congress, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on House Administration, and in 
     addition to the Committees on Oversight and Reform, and 
     Rules, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. POSEY:
       H.R. 200. A bill to allow the Secretary of the Treasury to 
     accept public donations to fund the construction of a barrier 
     on the border between the United States and Mexico, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Homeland Security, and in 
     addition to the Committee on Ways and Means, for a period to 
     be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. REED:
       H.R. 201. A bill recognizing the National Comedy Center in 
     Jamestown, New York; to the Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. RICHMOND (for himself, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Cummings, 
             and Mr. Hice of Georgia):
       H.R. 202. A bill to amend the Inspector General Act of 1978 
     relative to the powers of the Department of Justice Inspector 
     General; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. DAVID P. ROE of Tennessee:
       H.R. 203. A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to 
     clarify presumptions relating to the exposure of certain 
     veterans who served in the vicinity of the Republic of 
     Vietnam, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Veterans' Affairs.
           By Mr. ROGERS of Alabama:
       H.R. 204. A bill to end membership of the United States in 
     the United Nations; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. ROONEY of Florida (for himself and Ms. Castor of 
             Florida):
       H.R. 205. A bill to amend the Gulf of Mexico Energy 
     Security Act of 2006 to permanently extend the moratorium on 
     leasing in certain areas of the Gulf of Mexico; to the 
     Committee on Natural Resources.
           By Mr. ROUDA:
       H.R. 206. A bill to amend the small business laws to create 
     certain requirements with respect to the SBIR and STTR 
     program, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Small 
     Business, and in addition to the Committee on Science, Space, 
     and Technology, for a period to be subsequently determined by 
     the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such 
     provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee 
     concerned.
           By Mr. RUPPERSBERGER:
       H.R. 207. A bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to 
     establish a grant program supporting trauma centers with 
     violence intervention and violence prevention programs, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. SAN NICOLAS:
       H.R. 208. A bill to extend the supplemental security income 
     program to Guam; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. SCHNEIDER:
       H.R. 209. A bill to amend the Ethics in Government Act of 
     1978 to require political appointees to sign an ethics 
     pledge, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Oversight 
     and Reform.
           By Mr. SCHRADER:
       H.R. 210. A bill to amend title 36, United States Code, to 
     require Presidential Inaugural Committees to file 
     disbursement reports with the Federal Election Commission,

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     to prohibit such Committees from disbursing funds for 
     purposes unrelated to the inauguration of the President, to 
     require such Committees to donate any Committee funds which 
     remain available at the time the Committee terminates, and 
     for other purposes; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. SCHRADER (for himself, Mr. Cooper, Ms. Speier, 
             Ms. DelBene, Mr. Moulton, Mr. Loebsack, Mr. Correa, 
             Mr. O'Halleran, Mr. Welch, Mr. Schneider, Mr. Costa, 
             Ms. Spanberger, and Mr. Rose of New York):
       H.R. 211. A bill to reduce the annual rate of pay of 
     Members of Congress if a Government shutdown occurs during a 
     year, and for other purposes; to the Committee on House 
     Administration, and in addition to the Committee on Oversight 
     and Reform, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. SERRANO:
       H.R. 212. A bill to authorize microenterprise assistance 
     for renewable energy projects in developing countries; to the 
     Committee on Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. SERRANO:
       H.R. 213. A bill to waive certain prohibitions with respect 
     to nationals of Cuba coming to the United States to play 
     organized professional baseball; to the Committee on Foreign 
     Affairs, and in addition to the Committee on the Judiciary, 
     for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in 
     each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within 
     the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. SIMPSON:
       H.R. 214. A bill to authorize an additional district 
     judgeship for the district of Idaho; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Mr. SIMPSON:
       H.R. 215. A bill to amend title 28, United States Code, to 
     provide for the appointment of additional Federal circuit 
     judges, to divide the Ninth Judicial Circuit of the United 
     States into two judicial circuits, and for other purposes; to 
     the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. SMITH of Missouri:
       H.R. 216. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to make permanent the deduction for qualified business 
     income; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. SMITH of Missouri:
       H.R. 217. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to make permanent certain changes made by Public Law 115-97 
     to the child tax credit; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. SMITH of Missouri (for himself, Mr. Bishop of 
             Georgia, Mr. King of Iowa, Mr. Barr, Mr. Estes, Mr. 
             David P. Roe of Tennessee, Mr. DesJarlais, Mr. 
             Westerman, Mr. Gibbs, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Abraham, Mr. 
             Yoho, Mr. Bishop of Utah, Mr. Collins of New York, 
             Mr. Bost, Mr. Budd, Mr. Austin Scott of Georgia, Mr. 
             LaHood, Ms. Foxx of North Carolina, Mr. Long, Mr. 
             Davidson of Ohio, Mr. Banks, Mr. Bacon, Mr. Hill of 
             Arkansas, Mrs. Roby, Mr. Biggs, Mr. Young, Ms. 
             Cheney, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Womack, Mr. Crawford, Mr. 
             Bilirakis, Mr. Perry, Mr. Buck, Mr. Guthrie, Mr. 
             Smith of Nebraska, Mr. Higgins of Louisiana, and Mrs. 
             McMorris Rodgers):
       H.R. 218. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to repeal the estate and generation-skipping transfer taxes; 
     to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. SMITH of Missouri (for himself, Mr. Higgins of 
             Louisiana, Mr. Westerman, Mr. Bilirakis, Mr. Meadows, 
             Mr. Graves of Georgia, Mr. Fleischmann, Mr. Hice of 
             Georgia, Mr. Bost, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Weber of Texas, 
             Mr. Palazzo, Mrs. Hartzler, Mr. Biggs, Mr. Wittman, 
             Mr. Norman, Mr. David P. Roe of Tennessee, Mr. 
             Ratcliffe, and Mr. Long):
       H.R. 219. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to impose Federal taxes on bonds used to provide facilities 
     owned by abortion providers; to the Committee on Ways and 
     Means.
           By Mr. SMITH of New Jersey (for himself, Mr. Peterson, 
             Mr. Posey, Ms. Stefanik, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr. Sires, 
             Ms. Pingree, and Mrs. Hartzler):
       H.R. 220. A bill to provide for a national strategy to 
     address and overcome Lyme disease and other tick-borne 
     diseases, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Energy 
     and Commerce.
           By Mr. SMITH of New Jersey (for himself, Mr. Schneider, 
             Mr. Engel, Mr. King of New York, Mr. Veasey, Mr. 
             Zeldin, Mrs. Lowey, and Ms. Granger):
       H.R. 221. A bill to amend the State Department Basic 
     Authorities Act of 1956 to monitor and combat anti-Semitism 
     globally, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Foreign 
     Affairs.
           By Mr. THORNBERRY (for himself and Mr. Newhouse):
       H.R. 222. A bill to repeal the Federal estate and gift 
     taxes; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ (for herself, Ms. Clarke of New York, 
             Ms. Norton, Ms. Schakowsky, and Mr. Takano):
       H.R. 223. A bill to amend the Omnibus Crime Control and 
     Safe Streets Act of 1968 to establish grants to reduce the 
     incidence of hate crimes, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ:
       H.R. 224. A bill to amend section 1908 of title 41, United 
     States Code, to exempt certain contracts from the periodic 
     inflation adjustments to an acquisition-related dollar 
     threshold; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ:
       H.R. 225. A bill to provide for small business concerns 
     located in Puerto Rico, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Small Business.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ (for herself and Mr. Chabot):
       H.R. 226. A bill to amend the Small Business Act to include 
     best in class designations in the annual report on small 
     business goals prepared by the Administrator of the Small 
     Business Administration, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Small Business.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ (for herself and Mr. Kelly of 
             Mississippi):
       H.R. 227. A bill to amend the Small Business Act to specify 
     what credit is given for certain subcontractors and to 
     provide a dispute process for non-payment to subcontractors, 
     and for other purposes; to the Committee on Small Business.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ (for herself, Mr. Serrano, and Mrs. 
             Carolyn B. Maloney of New York):
       H.R. 228. A bill to authorize programs and activities to 
     support transportation options in areas that are undergoing 
     extensive repair or reconstruction of transportation 
     infrastructure, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Transportation and Infrastructure.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ (for herself, Mr. Thompson of 
             Mississippi, Mr. Grijalva, Mr. Soto, Mr. Espaillat, 
             Mr. Serrano, Mr. Raskin, and Mr. Lewis):
       H.R. 229. A bill to establish a national commission on the 
     Federal response to the 2017 natural disasters in Puerto 
     Rico, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Transportation and Infrastructure.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ (for herself, Mr. Grijalva, Mr. 
             Cicilline, Ms. Wasserman Schultz, Mr. McNerney, Mr. 
             DeFazio, Mr. Blumenauer, Ms. Bonamici, Ms. Roybal-
             Allard, Mr. Quigley, Ms. Lee of California, Ms. Judy 
             Chu of California, Ms. Norton, Ms. Wilson of Florida, 
             Ms. Gabbard, Ms. Jackson Lee, Mr. Welch, Mr. Pocan, 
             Mr. Espaillat, Mr. Lipinski, Ms. Castor of Florida, 
             Mrs. Carolyn B. Maloney of New York, Mr. Cohen, Mr. 
             Khanna, Mr. Ryan, Ms. Clarke of New York, Mr. Smith 
             of New Jersey, Ms. Speier, Mr. Payne, Ms. McCollum, 
             Mrs. Watson Coleman, Mr. Meeks, Mr. Serrano, Ms. 
             Pingree, Mr. Cartwright, Ms. Meng, Ms. Barragan, Ms. 
             Johnson of Texas, Ms. DeLauro, Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. 
             DeSaulnier, and Ms. Lofgren):
       H.R. 230. A bill to cancel the registration of all uses of 
     the pesticide chlorpyrifos, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Agriculture, and in addition to the Committee on 
     Energy and Commerce, for a period to be subsequently 
     determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of 
     such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the 
     committee concerned.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ (for herself and Mr. Serrano):
       H.R. 231. A bill to amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 
     to provide loan deferment and loan cancellation for founders 
     and employees of small business start-ups, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Education and Labor, and in 
     addition to the Committees on Ways and Means, and Small 
     Business, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Ms. VELAZQUEZ:
       H.R. 232. A bill to amend the Fair Housing Act, to prohibit 
     discrimination based on use of section 8 vouchers, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Financial Services, and 
     in addition to the Committees on Ways and Means, and the 
     Judiciary, for a period to be subsequently determined by the 
     Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as 
     fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. WALBERG (for himself and Mr. Welch):
       H.R. 233. A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security 
     Act to clarify the authority of State Medicaid fraud and 
     abuse control units to investigate and prosecute cases of 
     Medicaid patient abuse and neglect in any setting, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Ms. WILSON of Florida:
       H.R. 234. A bill to reform the requirements regarding the 
     safety and security of families living in public and 
     federally assisted housing in high-crime areas; to the 
     Committee on Financial Services.
           By Ms. WILSON of Florida:
       H.R. 235. A bill to provide for a comfortable and safe 
     temperature level in dwelling units receiving certain Federal 
     housing assistance, and for other purposes; to the Committee 
     on Financial Services.
           By Mr. WITTMAN:
       H.R. 236. A bill to provide that the salaries of Members of 
     a House of Congress will be held in escrow if that House has 
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     to a concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year 2020 
     by April 15, 2019; to the Committee on House Administration.
           By Mr. YOHO (for himself, Mr. Engel, and Mr. McCaul):
       H.R. 237. A bill to direct the Secretary of State to 
     develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in 
     the World Health Organization, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Foreign Affairs.
           By Mrs. LOWEY:
       H.J. Res. 1. A joint resolution making further continuing 
     appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for 
     fiscal year 2019, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Appropriations. considered and passed. considered and passed.
           By Mr. DEUTCH (for himself, Mr. McGovern, Mr. Raskin, 
             and Mr. Katko):
       H.J. Res. 2. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States relating to 
     contributions and expenditures intended to affect elections; 
     to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H.J. Res. 3. A joint resolution expressing support for 
     designation of September 2019 as ``Gospel Music Heritage 
     Month'' and honoring gospel music for its valuable and 
     longstanding contributions to the culture of the United 
     States; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
           By Mr. ARRINGTON (for himself, Mr. Khanna, Mr. 
             Fitzpatrick, and Mr. Gianforte):
       H.J. Res. 4. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to limit the number of 
     terms an individual may serve as a Member of Congress; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BUCHANAN:
       H.J. Res. 5. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States relative to balancing 
     the budget; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. BYRNE:
       H.J. Res. 6. A joint resolution proposing a balanced budget 
     amendment to the Constitution of the United States; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Garamendi, 
             and Ms. Brownley of California):
       H.J. Res. 7. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to abolish the 
     electoral college and to provide for the direct election of 
     the President and Vice President of the United States; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. COHEN (for himself, Mr. Green of Texas, Ms. 
             Jayapal, Mr. Johnson of Georgia, Mr. Ted Lieu of 
             California, Mr. Payne, Mr. Raskin, Mr. Beyer, and Mr. 
             Espaillat):
       H.J. Res. 8. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States limiting the pardon 
     power of the President; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. ENGEL:
       H.J. Res. 9. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to protect the voting 
     rights of the citizens of the United States; to the Committee 
     on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. FITZPATRICK (for himself and Mr. Gallagher):
       H.J. Res. 10. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to prohibit Members of 
     Congress from receiving compensation during a fiscal year 
     unless both Houses of Congress have agreed to a concurrent 
     resolution on the budget for that fiscal year prior to the 
     beginning of that fiscal year; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Mr. FITZPATRICK (for himself and Mr. Gallagher):
       H.J. Res. 11. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to provide for balanced 
     budgets for the Government; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Mr. FITZPATRICK (for himself and Mr. Gallagher):
       H.J. Res. 12. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to limit the number of 
     terms an individual may serve as a Member of Congress; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H.J. Res. 13. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to clarify the 
     presidential pardoning power; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Mr. HOLLINGSWORTH:
       H.J. Res. 14. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to limit the number of 
     terms that a Member of Congress may serve to four in the 
     House of Representatives and two in the Senate; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. MARINO:
       H.J. Res. 15. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to end the practice of 
     including more than one subject in a single law by requiring 
     that each law enacted by Congress be limited to only one 
     subject and that the subject be clearly and descriptively 
     expressed in the title of the law; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Mr. MARINO:
       H.J. Res. 16. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to limit the number of 
     years an individual may serve as a Member of Congress; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Ms. McCOLLUM:
       H.J. Res. 17. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States regarding health care; 
     to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. NORMAN (for himself, Mr. Olson, Mr. Posey, Mr. 
             Kevin Hern of Oklahoma, Mr. Curtis, Mr. Meadows, Mr. 
             Biggs, Mr. Gosar, Mr. Waltz, and Mr. Bergman):
       H.J. Res. 18. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to prohibit Members of 
     Congress from receiving compensation for any period during 
     which a Government shutdown is in effect; to the Committee on 
     the Judiciary.
           By Mr. NORMAN:
       H.J. Res. 19. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to allow Congress to 
     limit the number of terms that Representatives and Senators 
     may serve; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. ROONEY of Florida (for himself, Mr. Gaetz, Mr. 
             Marshall, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Massie, Mr. 
             Mooney of West Virginia, Mr. Davidson of Ohio, Mr. 
             Zeldin, Mr. Ratcliffe, Mr. Norman, Mrs. Lesko, Mr. 
             Meadows, and Mr. Buck):
       H.J. Res. 20. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States to limit the number of 
     terms that a Member of Congress may serve; to the Committee 
     on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. SCHRADER:
       H.J. Res. 21. A joint resolution proposing an amendment to 
     the Constitution of the United States giving Congress power 
     to regulate campaign contributions for Federal elections; to 
     the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. McGOVERN:
       H. Con. Res. 1. Concurrent resolution regarding consent to 
     assemble outside the seat of government; considered and 
     agreed to.
           By Mr. GRIFFITH:
       H. Con. Res. 2. Concurrent resolution establishing the 
     Joint Ad Hoc Committee on Trade Responsibilities to develop a 
     plan under which the functions and responsibilities of the 
     Office of the United States Trade Representative shall be 
     moved to the legislative branch in accordance with article I, 
     section 8 of the Constitution of the United States, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Rules, and in addition to 
     the Committee on Ways and Means, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. JEFFRIES:
       H. Res. 1. A resolution Electing officers of the House of 
     Representatives; considered and agreed to.
           By Mr. HOYER:
       H. Res. 2. A resolution to inform the Senate that a quorum 
     of the House has assembled and of the election of the Speaker 
     and the Clerk; considered and agreed to.
           By Mr. HOYER:
       H. Res. 3. A resolution authorizing the Speaker to appoint 
     a committee to notify the President of the assembly of the 
     Congress; considered and agreed to.
           By Mr. YOUNG:
       H. Res. 4. A resolution authorizing the Clerk to inform the 
     President of the election of the Speaker and the Clerk; 
     considered and agreed to.
           By Mr. McGOVERN:
       H. Res. 5. A resolution providing for consideration of the 
     resolution (H. Res. 6) adopting the Rules of the House of 
     Representatives for the One Hundred Sixteenth Congress; 
     providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 21) making 
     appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, 
     and for other purposes; and providing for consideration of 
     the joint resolution (H.J. Res. 1) making further continuing 
     appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for 
     fiscal year 2019, and for other purposes; considered and 
     agreed to.
           By Mr. HOYER:
       H. Res. 6. A resolution adopting the Rules of the House of 
     Representatives for the One Hundred Sixteenth Congress, and 
     for other purposes.
           By Mr. JEFFRIES:
       H. Res. 7. A resolution electing Members to certain 
     standing committees of the House of Representatives; 
     considered and agreed to.
           By Ms. CHENEY:
       H. Res. 8. A resolution electing Members to certain 
     standing committees of the House of Representatives; 
     considered and agreed to.
           By Mr. McCARTHY:
       H. Res. 9. A resolution providing for the designation of 
     certain minority employees; considered and agreed to.
           By Mr. McGOVERN:
       H. Res. 10. A resolution fixing the daily hour of meeting 
     of the First Session of the One Hundred Sixteenth Congress; 
     considered and agreed to.
           By Mr. McCARTHY:
       H. Res. 11. A resolution providing the sense of the House 
     of Representatives that the House should not adjourn until 
     the annual appropriation bills within the jurisdiction of all 
     the subcommittees of the Committee on Appropriations for the 
     current fiscal year are enacted into law; to the Committee on 
     Appropriations.
           By Mr. WILSON of South Carolina:
       H. Res. 12. A resolution affirming the historical 
     connection of the Jewish people to

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     the ancient and sacred city of Jerusalem and condemning 
     efforts at the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and 
     Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to deny Judaism's millennia-
     old historical, religious, and cultural ties to Jerusalem; to 
     the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. SHERMAN (for himself and Mr. Green of Texas):
       H. Res. 13. A resolution impeaching Donald John Trump, 
     President of the United States, for high crimes and 
     misdemeanors; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. ALLRED (for himself, Mr. Pallone, Mr. Neal, Mr. 
             Scott of Virginia, Mr. Nadler, Mr. Hoyer, Mr. 
             Clyburn, Mr. McGovern, and Ms. Pelosi):
       H. Res. 14. A resolution authorizing the Speaker, on behalf 
     of the House of Representatives, to intervene, otherwise 
     appear, or take any other steps in the case of Texas v. 
     United States, and in any appellate proceedings arising from 
     such case, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Rules, 
     and in addition to the Committee on House Administration, for 
     a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in 
     each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within 
     the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Ms. JACKSON LEE:
       H. Res. 15. A resolution calling upon any agreement reached 
     between the President and Vladimir Putin at their meeting in 
     Helsinki, Finland, to be approved by Congress; to the 
     Committee on Foreign Affairs, and in addition to the 
     Committee on Intelligence (Permanent Select), for a period to 
     be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BIGGS (for himself, Mr. King of Iowa, Mrs. 
             Lesko, and Mr. Gaetz):
       H. Res. 16. A resolution recognizing the importance of 
     access to comprehensive, high-quality, life-affirming medical 
     care for women of all ages; to the Committee on Energy and 
     Commerce.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H. Res. 17. A resolution expressing concern over the 
     detention of Austin Tice, and for other purposes; to the 
     Committee on Foreign Affairs, and in addition to the 
     Committee on Intelligence (Permanent Select), for a period to 
     be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. BURGESS:
       H. Res. 18. A resolution expressing the sense of the House 
     of Representatives that the President should redirect and 
     target foreign assistance provided to El Salvador, Guatemala, 
     and Honduras in a manner that addresses the driving causes of 
     illegal immigration into the United States from such 
     countries, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Foreign Affairs.
           By Mr. GREEN of Texas:
       H. Res. 19. A resolution expressing concern regarding the 
     prevalence of hexavalent chromium in drinking water in the 
     United States; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce, and 
     in addition to the Committee on Ways and Means, for a period 
     to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case 
     for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. WITTMAN:
       H. Res. 20. A resolution amending the Rules of the House of 
     Representatives to prohibit the consideration of a concurrent 
     resolution to provide for a recess of the House after July 31 
     of any year unless the House has approved each regular 
     appropriation bill for the next fiscal year; to the Committee 
     on Rules.
           By Mr. YOUNG:
       H. Res. 21. A resolution recognizing and celebrating the 
     60th anniversary of the entry of Alaska into the Union as the 
     49th State; to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.

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