BILLS PRESENTED TO THE PRESIDENT; Congressional Record Vol. 164, No. 207
(House of Representatives - January 02, 2019)

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                    BILLS PRESENTED TO THE PRESIDENT

  Karen L. Haas, Clerk of the House, reported that on January 2, 2019, 
she presented to the President of the United States, for his approval, 
the following bills:

       H.R. 7318. To amend the Federal Assets Sale and Transfer 
     Act of 2016 to ensure that the Public Buildings Reform Board 
     has adequate time to carry out the responsibilities of the 
     Board, and for other purposes.
       H.R. 7319. To amend the Federal Assets Sale and Transfer 
     Act of 2016 to provide flexibility with respect to the 
     leaseback of certain Federal real property, and for other 
     purposes.
       H.R. 7279. To amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
     to provide for an integrated planning process, to promote 
     green infrastructure, and for other purposes.
       H.R. 6602. To reauthorize the New Jersey Coastal Heritage 
     Trail Route, and for other purposes.
       H.R. 5636. To designate additions to the Flatside 
     Wilderness on the Ouachita National Forest, and for other 
     purposes.
       H.R. 4689. To authorize early repayment of obligations to 
     the Bureau of Reclamation within the Northport Irrigation 
     District in the State of Nebraska.
       H.R. 4174. To amend titles 5 and 44, United States Code, to 
     require Federal evaluation activities, improve Federal data 
     management, and for other purposes.
       H.R. 672. To require continued and enhanced annual 
     reporting to Congress in the Annual Report on International 
     Religious Freedom on anti-Semitic incidents in Europe, the 
     safety and security of European Jewish communities, and the 
     efforts of the United States to partner with European 
     governments, the European Union, and civil society groups, to 
     combat anti-Semitism, and for other purposes.

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