Daily Digest

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Daily Digest

Senate

Chamber Action

Routine Proceedings, pages S3329–S3451

Measures Introduced: Thirty-three bills and four resolutions were introduced, as follows: S. 1792–1824, and S. Res. 246–249.
Pages S3362–63

Measures Passed:

Honoring the Memory of the Victims of the Pulse Nightclub Attack: Senate agreed to S. Res. 246, honoring the memory of the victims of the heinous attack at the Pulse nightclub on June 12, 2016.
Pages S3330–31


Victims of the mass shooting in Virginia Beach, Virginia: Senate agreed to S. Res. 248, honoring the victims of the mass shooting in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Page S3450


University of Maryland Women's Lacrosse NCAA Division I Champions: Senate agreed to S. Res. 249, commemorating the victory of the University of Maryland in the 2019 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship.
Page S3450


Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act: Senate passed H.R. 299, 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.
Page S3450


Stilwell Nomination--Agreement: Senate resumed consideration of the nomination of David Stilwell, of Hawaii, to be an Assistant Secretary of State (East Asian and Pacific Affairs).
Pages S3345–58

During consideration of this nomination today, Senate also took the following action:

By 93 yeas to 4 nays (Vote No. 160), Senate agreed to the motion to close further debate on the nomination.
Pages S3345–46

A unanimous-consent-time agreement was reached providing that notwithstanding Rule XXII, following Leader remarks on Thursday, June 13, 2019, Senate be in a period of morning business, with Senators permitted to speak for up to ten minutes each; that at 10:45 a.m., Senator Paul, or his designee, be recognized to make motions to discharge S.J. Res. 20, relating to the disapproval of the proposed sale to the Government of Qatar of certain defense articles and services, and S.J. Res. 26, relating to the disapproval of the proposed sale to the Government of Bahrain of certain defense articles and services, and that the motions to discharge be debated concurrently until 11:30 a.m., with seven minutes reserved for the Chairman and Ranking Member respectively; that at 11:30 a.m., Senate vote on or in relation to the motions to discharge in the order listed, and that following disposition of the motion in relation to S.J. Res. 26, Senate vote on the motion to invoke cloture on the nomination of Edward F. Crawford, of Ohio, to be Ambassador to Ireland; and that if cloture is invoked on the nomination of Edward F. Crawford, at 1:45 p.m., Senate vote on confirmation of the nominations of David Stilwell, and Edward F. Crawford.
Pages S3357–58


Nominations Confirmed: Senate confirmed the following nominations:

By 91 yeas to 5 nays (Vote No. EX. 155), Pamela A. Barker, of Ohio, to be United States District Judge for the Northern District of Ohio.
Pages S3331–44

By 62 yeas to 34 nays (Vote No. EX. 156), Corey Landon Maze, of Alabama, to be United States District Judge for the Northern District of Alabama.
Page S3344

By 78 yeas to 18 nays (Vote No. EX. 157), Rodney Smith, of Florida, to be United States District Judge for the Southern District of Florida.
Pages S3344–45

By 77 yeas to 19 nays (Vote No. EX. 158), Thomas P. Barber, of Florida, to be United States District Judge for the Middle District of Florida.
Page S3345

By 85 yeas to 11 nays (Vote No. EX. 159), Jean-Paul Boulee, of Georgia, to be United States District Judge for the Northern District of Georgia.
Page S3345


Nominations Received: Senate received the following nominations:

Carl Whitney Bentzel, of Maryland, to be a Federal Maritime Commissioner for the term expiring June 30, 2024.

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Ashley Jay Elizabeth Poling, of North Carolina, to be a Commissioner of the Postal Regulatory Commission for a term expiring November 22, 2024.

David B. Barlow, of Utah, to be United States District Judge for the District of Utah.

Robert Anthony Molloy, of the Virgin Islands, to be Judge for the District Court of the Virgin Islands for a term of ten years.

Fernando L. G. Sablan, of Guam, to be United States Marshal for the District of Guam and concurrently United States Marshal for the District of the Northern Mariana Islands for the term of four years.

Kevin Ray Sweazea, of New Mexico, to be United States District Judge for the District of New Mexico.
Page S3450


Nominations Withdrawn: Senate received notification of withdrawal of the following nominations:

Jeffrey Nadaner, of Maryland, to be an Assistant Secretary of Commerce, which was sent to the Senate on January 16, 2019.

Louis DeJoy, of North Carolina, to be a Member of the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation for a term expiring December 17, 2020, which was sent to the Senate on January 16, 2019.
Pages S3450–51


Messages from the House:
Page S3359


Measures Referred:
Page S3359


Executive Communications:
Pages S3359–60


Petitions and Memorials:
Page S3360


Executive Reports of Committees:
Pages S3360–62


Additional Cosponsors:
Pages S3363–65


Statements on Introduced Bills/Resolutions:
Pages S3365–67


Additional Statements:
Pages S3358–59


Amendments Submitted:
Pages S3369–3449


Authorities for Committees to Meet:
Pages S3449–50


Privileges of the Floor:
Page S3450


Record Votes: Six record votes were taken today. (Total--160)
Pages S3344–46


Adjournment: Senate convened at 10 a.m. and adjourned at 6:48 p.m., until 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2019. (For Senate's program, see the remarks of the Acting Majority Leader in today's Record on page S3450.)

Committee Meetings

(Committees not listed did not meet)

BUSINESS MEETING

Committee on Armed Services: Committee ordered favorably reported 3,293 nominations in the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps.

FCC OVERSIGHT

Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation: Committee concluded an oversight hearing to examine the Federal Communications Commission, after receiving testimony from Ajit Pai, Chairman, and Michael O'Rielly, Brendan Carr, Jessica Rosenworcel, and Geoffrey Starks, each a Commissioner, all of the Federal Communications Commission.

WOTUS REGULATIONS

Committee on Environment and Public Works: Committee concluded a joint hearing with the Subcommittee on Fisheries, Water, and Wildlife to examine Waters of the United States regulations, focusing on their impact on states and the American people, after receiving testimony from Todd Fornstrom, Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation, Pine Bluffs, on behalf of the American Farm Bureau Federation; Doug Goehring, North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner, Bismarck; and Richard Elias, Pima County Board of Supervisors, Tucson, Arizona.

CHINA'S BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE

Committee on Finance: Subcommittee on International Trade, Customs, and Global Competitiveness concluded a hearing to examine China's belt and road initiative, after receiving testimony from Carolyn Bartholomew, Chairman, and Roy D. Kamphausen, Commissioner, both of the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission; and Daniel Kliman, Center for a New American Security, and Derek Scissors, American Enterprise Institute, both of Washington, D.C.

NATO EXPANSION

Committee on Foreign Relations: Committee concluded a hearing to examine NATO expansion, focusing on examining the accession of North Macedonia, after receiving testimony from Philip T. Reeker, Acting Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs; and Kathryn Wheelbarger, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.

NOMINATIONS

Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs: Committee concluded a hearing to examine the nominations of Chad F. Wolf, of Virginia, to be Under Secretary for Strategy, Policy, and Plans, Jeffrey Byard, of Alabama, to be Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, who was introduced by Senator Shelby, and Troy D. Edgar, of California, to be Chief Financial Officer, all of the Department of Homeland Security, John McLeod Barger, of California, to be a Governor of the United States Postal Service, and B. Chad Bungard, of Maryland, to be a Member of the Merit Systems Protection Board, after the nominees testified and answered questions in their own behalf.

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VERTICAL CONSOLIDATION IN THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

Committee on the Judiciary: Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights concluded a hearing to examine competitive implications of vertical consolidation in the healthcare industry, after receiving testimony from Craig L. Garthwaite, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, Evanston, Illinois; Thomas L. Greaney, University of California Hastings College of Law, San Francisco; Cory S. Capps, Bates White Economic Consulting, Washington, D.C.; and Fiona Scott Morton, Yale School of Management, New Haven, Connecticut.

SBA CONTRACTING PROGRAMS

Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship: Committee concluded a hearing to examine reauthorization of the Small Business Administration's contracting programs, including S. 673, to amend the Small Business Act to eliminate the inclusion of option years in the award price for sole source contracts, after receiving testimony from Robb Wong, Associate Administrator, Office of Government Contracting and Business Development, Small Business Administration; William B. Shear, Director, Financial Markets and Community Investment, Government Accountability Office; Vicki Marino, Kenmar General Contracting, Washington, D.C., on behalf of Women Impacting Public Policy; Delali Dzirasa, Fearless Solutions, Baltimore, Maryland, on behalf of the HUBZone Contractors National Council; and Laurie Sayles, Civility Management Solutions, Greenbelt, Maryland.

House of Representatives

Chamber Action


Public Bills and Resolutions Introduced: 27 public bills, H.R. 3218–3244; and 6 resolutions, H.J. Res. 61–64; and H.Res. 438–439 were introduced.
Pages H4626–28


Additional Cosponsors:
Pages H4628–29


Reports Filed: There were no reports filed today.

Speaker: Read a letter from the Speaker wherein she appointed Representative Cuellar to act as Speaker pro tempore for today.
Page H4435


Recess: The House recessed at 10:57 a.m. and reconvened at 12 noon.
Page H4441


Guest Chaplain: The prayer was offered by the Guest Chaplain, Very Rev. J. David Carter, Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Page H4441


Motion to Adjourn: Rejected the Roy motion to adjourn by a yea-and-nay vote of 146 yeas to 244 nays, Roll No. 249.
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Motion to Adjourn: Rejected the Biggs motion to adjourn by a yea-and-nay vote of 140 yeas to 254 nays with one answering ``present'', Roll No. 250.
Page H4444


Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2020: The House considered H.R. 2740, making appropriations for the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020. Consideration is expected to resume tomorrow, June 13th.
Pages H4452–H4625

Pursuant to the Rule, an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 116–17, modified by the amendment printed in Part A of H. Rept. 116–109, shall be considered as adopted in the House and in the Committee of the Whole.
Pages H4461–H4530

Agreed to:

McGovern amendment (No. 2 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that ensures medically-tailored nutrition interventions are included in evidence-based practices for enhancing senior nutrition under the Older Americans Act (by a recorded vote of 338 ayes to 83 noes, Roll No. 251);
Pages H4531–32, H4550

Shalala amendment (No. 4 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding for refugee and entrant assistance by $10 million (by a recorded vote of 243 ayes to 179 noes, Roll No. 252);
Pages H4532–33, H4550–51

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DeSaulnier amendment (No. 5 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases and decreases funding for the Bureau of Labor Statistics by $1 million to allow the Bureau of Labor Statistics to collect data on job loss (by a recorded vote of 290 ayes to 134 noes, Roll No. 253);
Pages H4533–34, H4551–52

DeSaulnier amendment (No. 6 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases and decreases funding for the National Cancer Institute by $1 million to support a National Cancer Institute study on how to improve communication between cancer care providers, cancer patients, and survivors (by a recorded vote of 381 ayes to 42 noes, Roll No. 254);
Pages H4534–35, H4552

DeSaulnier amendment (No. 7 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases and decreases funding for Innovation and Improvement at the Department of Education by $1 million to encourage the Department to ensure that Statewide Family Engagement Center grantees receive full and adequate funding (by a recorded vote of 347 ayes to 76 noes, Roll No. 255);
Pages H4535, H4552–53

DeSaulnier amendment (No. 8 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases and decreases funding for Children's Mental Health Services Grants by $5 million to support school-based, early childhood mental health interventions (by a recorded vote of 369 ayes to 55 noes, Roll No. 256);
Pages H4535–36, H4553–54

Smith (NJ) amendment (No. 11 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that redirects $2 million from Program Administration under Departmental Management at the Department of Education to Emerging Zoonotic and Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for Lyme Disease (by a recorded vote of 431 ayes to 11 noes, Roll No. 257);
Pages H4538–40, H4554

Scott (VA) amendment (No. 12 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that prohibits the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) from using funds appropriated in this Act to finalize or implement a proposed rule to weaken health protections in OSHA's existing beryllium standards that cover construction and maritime workers (by a recorded vote of 241 ayes to 181 noes, Roll No. 258);
Pages H4540–41, H4554–55

DeFazio amendment (No. 13 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that prohibits any funds appropriated to the Job Corps program from being used to either alter or terminate the Interagency Agreement between the U.S. Departments of Labor and Agriculture that governs the Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center (CCC) program (by a recorded vote of 313 ayes to 109 noes, Roll No. 259);
Pages H4541–43, H4555–56

Jackson Lee amendment (No. 14 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases and decreases by $10,000,000 increase in funding to support greater diversity in the pool of diabetes research professionals and patients participating in clinical trials (by a recorded vote of 317 ayes to 105 noes, Roll No. 260);
Pages H4543–45, H4556

Jackson Lee amendment (No. 15 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases and decreases by $10,000,000 to support programs providing outreach and support services targeting program participants at greatest risk of not completing a college degree (by a recorded vote of 312 ayes to 109 noes, Roll No. 261);
Pages H4545–47, H4556–57

Pascrell amendment (No. 16 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases FY20 funding for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) by $900,000, with the intent to obligate that $900,000 to the Firefighter Cancer Registry within NIOSH; offsets this increase by reducing General Departmental Management funding for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) by $900,000 (by a recorded vote of 413 ayes to 10 noes, Roll No. 262);
Pages H4547–48, H4557–58

Danny K. Davis (IL) amendment (No. 17 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding to the account of Birth Defects, Development Disabilities, Disabilities and Health by $2,000,000, and decrease the administration account in the Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services by $2,000,000 (by a recorded vote of 410 ayes to 12 noes, Roll No. 263);
Pages H4548–50, H4558

Buchanan amendment (No. 18 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases and decreases by $6,250,000 the funding for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences under the National Institute of Health in order to support research into the impact of red tide and other Harmful Algal Blooms on human health (by a recorded vote of 401 ayes to 23 noes, Roll No. 268);
Pages H4559, H4586–87

Langevin amendment (No. 19 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding for the Lifespan Respite Care Program (by a recorded vote of 356 ayes to 67 noes, Roll No. 269);
Pages H4559–60, H4587

Foster amendment (No. 20 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that strikes Section 510 of the Labor-HHS Appropriations bill which currently prohibits HHS from spending any federal dollars to promulgate or adopt a national patient identifier (by a recorded vote of 246 ayes to 178 noes, Roll No. 270);
Pages H4560–61, H4587–88

Foster amendment (No. 21 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that adds and removes $1 from the Substance Abuse Treatment fund to instruct HHS to prioritize funding for Medication Assisted Treatment (by a recorded vote of 336 ayes to 87 noes, Roll No. 271);
Pages H4561–62, H4588–89

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Foster amendment (No. 22 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that adds and removes $1 from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the purpose of instructing BLS to accept a wider and more forward-looking range of inputs into its range of projections for its workforce of the future and should conduct the Contingent Worker and Alternative Work Arrangement Supplement (CWS) to the Current Population Survey; BLS should submit to Congress an estimate of the resources it would need to make a range of forward-looking estimates, including consultation with those industries that are driving rapid technological change and those that will be affected by that change to account for the increasing rate of technological job displacement (by a recorded vote of 260 ayes to 164 noes, Roll No. 272);
Pages H4562, H4589

Foster amendment (No. 23 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority account by $1,000,000 to support increased R&D for biosecurity (by a recorded vote of 358 ayes to 66 noes, Roll No. 273);
Pages H4562–63, H4589–90

Schiff amendment (No. 24 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that decreases the Health and Human Services General Departmental Management fund by $5 million and then increases the same fund by $5 million for the purposes of highlighting the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health's work in coordinating a national public health campaign to fight vaccine misinformation, funding vaccine communication research to strengthen the evidence base for what works in fighting vaccine hesitance, and encouraging vaccine counseling (by a recorded vote of 341 ayes to 83 noes, Roll No. 274);
Pages H4563–64, H4590–91

McKinley amendment (No. 25 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that fully funds Sec. 7081 of the SUPPORT Act, preventing overdoses while in emergency rooms; the program would create a coordinated care model for overdose patients who present in the emergency room (by a recorded vote of 415 ayes to 9 noes, Roll No. 275);
Pages H4564, H4591

Butterfield amendment (No. 26 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that provides funding to expand the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being to include a study of children impacted by a parent's substance addiction to better understand the opioid epidemic's impact on maltreated children (by a recorded vote of 356 ayes to 68 noes, Roll No. 276);
Pages H4564–65, H4591–92

Johnson (OH) amendment (No. 27 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that funds Section 7101 of the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act at the authorized level to establish Regional Centers of Excellence in Substance Use Disorder Education (by a recorded vote of 408 ayes to 15 noes, Roll No. 277);
Pages H4565, H4592–93

Moore amendment (No. 28 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that provides additional resources to the CDC to address and better understand the causes of the thousands of sudden unexpected deaths of children and infants that occur annually in our nation (by a recorded vote of 405 ayes to 19 noes, Roll No. 278);
Pages H4565–66, H4593

Moore amendment (No. 29 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding for the CDC's Domestic Violence Community Projects (by a recorded vote of 348 ayes to 75 noes, Roll No. 279);
Pages H4566, H4593–94

Matsui amendment (No. 32 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases by $2 million the administration for community living aging and disability services programs to support innovative programs that assist young people with developmental disabilities in obtaining and sustaining long term employment, and that prepare employers to support the success of those employees and decreases general department management by $2 million (by a recorded vote of 376 ayes to 48 noes, Roll No. 280);
Page H4567, H4594–95

Barr amendment (No. 33 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases the Substance Abuse Treatment program by $1,000,000 with the intention of this increase in funding being allocated to the Building Communities of Recovery program; this increase will strengthen our communities' response to the opioid epidemic by promoting prevention, treatment, and recovery initiatives for individuals struggling with substance abuse (by a recorded vote of 420 ayes to 4 noes, Roll No. 281);
Pages H4567–68, H4595

Cleaver amendment (No. 34 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding for the substance abuse and mental health services administration by $6.5 million in order to support youth suicide prevention strategies; this funding would supplement the Garrett Lee Smith State/Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention and Early Intervention Grant Program (by a recorded vote of 386 ayes to 38 noes, Roll No. 282);
Pages H4568–69, H4595–96

Castor (FL) amendment (No. 36 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that prohibits the use of funds made available by this Act to implement, administer or enforce the Trump administration's short-term, limited duration insurance rule (by a recorded vote of 236 ayes to 188 noes, Roll No. 283);
Pages H4569–70, H4596–97

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Pressley amendment (No. 39 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases CDC's Rape Prevention and Education program (by a recorded vote of 401 ayes to 23 noes, Roll No. 286);
Pages H4573–74, H4598–99

Khanna amendment (No. 40 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease by $3 million (by a recorded vote of 356 ayes to 68 noes, Roll No. 287);
Pages H4574–75, H4599

Richmond amendment (No. 41 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding for Maternal and Child Health accounts by $7,000,000 (by a recorded vote of 365 ayes to 59 noes, Roll No. 288);
Pages H4575–77, H4599–H4600

Keating amendment (No. 43 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases and decreases by $1,000,000 to propose a study to examine how HHS can facilitate ways to include programs for social determinants of health under the same roof as traditional health services, and estimate what amount of additional funding might be required (by a recorded vote of 283 ayes to 141 noes, Roll No. 290);
Pages H4578–79, H4601

Miller amendment (No. 44 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome research by $2 million, offset by spending in the office of the Secretary (by a recorded vote of 421 ayes to 3 noes, Roll No. 291);
Pages H4579, H4601–02

Cicilline amendment (No. 45 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that increases funding for American History and Civics National Activities under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act by $500,000 (by a recorded vote of 327 ayes to 97 noes, Roll No. 292);
Pages H4579–80, H4602–03

Bera amendment (No. 46 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that subtracts and then adds $1 from SAMHSA Mental Health account to specify that SAMHSA should explore using its funds to explore peer to peer mental health programs for first responders (by a recorded vote of 396 ayes to 27 noes, Roll No. 293); and
Pages H4580, H4603

Castro (TX) amendment (No. 47 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that ensures that the Office of Refugee Resettlement reports all children's deaths that occur while children are in their custody (by a recorded vote of 355 ayes to 68 noes, Roll No. 294).
Pages H4580–81, H4603–04

Rejected:

Cole amendment (No. 1 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that sought to strike the provision in the underlying bill that blocks conscience protections at the Department of Health and Human Services (by a recorded vote of 192 ayes to 230 noes, Roll No. 266);
Pages H4530–31, H4585

Roby amendment (No. 9 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that sought to strike the language that prevents the implementation of the Administration's rule requiring all Title X grant recipients to be ``physically and financially separate from abortion-providing facilities'' (by a recorded vote of 191 ayes to 231 noes, Roll No. 267);
Pages H4536–37, H4585–86

Hill (AR) amendment (No. 37 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that sought to transfer $90 million from the ACA navigator program to the National Institute of Mental Health (by a recorded vote of 186 ayes to 237 noes with one answering ``present'', Roll No. 284);
Pages H4570–71, H4597

Hill (AR) amendment (No. 38 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that sought to allow grant funds for apprenticeships to be used for apprenticeship programs registered with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) as well as industry-recognized apprenticeship programs (by a recorded vote of 158 ayes to 266 noes, Roll No. 285); and
Pages H4571–73, H4597–98

Banks amendment (No. 42 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that sought to reduce spending for each amount in Division A by 14 percent (by a recorded vote of 150 ayes to 273 noes, Roll No. 289).
Pages H4577–78, H4600–01

Withdrawn:

Raskin amendment (No. 3 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that was offered and subsequently withdrawn that would have increased funding for NIH's Building and Facilities account by $5 million to help to address an estimated $2 billion backlog in maintenance and repairs;
Page H4532

Waters amendment (No. 10 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that was offered and subsequently withdrawn that would have removed and added $1,000,000 from this account for the purpose of instructing the Administration for Children and Families to conduct an audit of the Head Start Program to ensure that the grant funding selection and evaluation processes do not result in a disparate impact on minority communities; and
Pages H4537–38

Moore amendment (No. 30 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that was offered and subsequently withdrawn that would have provided $1,000,000 for the distribution of Fentanyl Sticks.
Pages H4566–67

Proceedings Postponed:

Jeffries amendment (No. 48 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to prohibit funds from being used to limit the functions of the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights;
Pages H4604–05

Sean Patrick Maloney (NY) amendment (No. 49 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase and decrease by $5,000,000 for fund to be used specifically study the impact of firearm violence in elementary and secondary schools and higher education institutions;
Pages H4605–06

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Adams amendment (No. 50 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase the Higher Education account by $500,000;
Page H4606

Adams amendment (No. 51 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase funding for the Children and Families Services Programs account by $3 million; decrease the Departmental Management account by $3 million;
Pages H4604–07

Beyer amendment (No. 52 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase and decrease funds by $500,000 to support the Secretary of Health and Human Services to conduct a feasibility study on allowing geolocation services with respect to the location of callers to the suicide prevention lifeline referred to in section 520E–3 of the Public Health Service Act;
Pages H4607–08

Beyer amendment (No. 53 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to require the Secretary of Health and Human Services, acting through the Office of Refugee Resettlement, to disclose to committees of jurisdiction and legal orientation providers a monthly census per facility, broken down by gender and age group, of unaccompanied alien children in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services, including locations operated through a contract with any other entity (including a Federal, State, or local agency);
Pages H4608–09

Blunt Rochester amendment (No. 54 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase and decrease $1 from the Health Resources and Services Administration with respect to the health workforce and health professional staffing shortages;
Pages H4609–10

Murphy amendment (No. 56 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Mental Health by $2,000,000, with the additional funding intended for the Garrett Lee Smith-Youth Suicide Prevention State and Campus grants budget activities within the Mental Health Programs of Regional and National Significance; reduce Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Health Surveillance and Program Support by $2,000,000;
Pages H4610–11

Ocasio-Cortez amendment (No. 57 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase and decrease the HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, and Tuberculosis Prevention account by $15 million in order to support Opioid Related Infectious Disease under the Center for Disease Control;
Pages H4611–12

Ocasio-Cortez amendment (No. 58 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to strike a rider that prevents the use of any funds for ``any activity that promotes the legalization of any drug or other substance in Schedule I'' of the CSA;
Pages H4612–13

McAdams amendment (No. 59 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase CDC Injury Prevention and Control suicide program funding to enhance youth suicide awareness, research, and prevention efforts, with a corresponding reduction in HHS General Departmental Management account;
Pages H4613–14

Schrier amendment (No. 60 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to clarify that early childhood developmental screenings can be considered an allowable medical service for donation to children in the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement;
Pages H4614–15

Lee (NV) amendment (No. 61 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase funding for Graduate Medical Education slots and cut funding from the Office of the Secretary of Education's departmental fund;
Pages H4615–16

Craig amendment (No. 62 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase by $1 million the Health Resources and Services Administrations (HRSA) Rural Health Programs to prioritize ongoing coordination with the U.S. Department of Agricultures establishment of a Rural Health Liaison as directed by Public Law 115–334 (Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018);
Pages H4616–17

Craig amendment (No. 63 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase and decrease by $14,523,544,000 the Department of Education's grants to states under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to support funding for special education;
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Craig amendment (No. 64 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase and decrease funding for Career, Technical, and Adult Education in order to support the Department of Education in carrying out the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (Perkins Act) and the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA);
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Porter amendment (No. 65 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase funding for the Senior Medicare Patrols within the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Account by $2,000,000;
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Porter amendment (No. 66 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to provide funding to support the Intimate Partner Violence Strategy at the Health Resources and Services Administration across the relevant bureaus at the agency;
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Porter amendment (No. 67 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to ensure that ACA open enrollment data is disaggregated by race, ethnicity, preferred language, age and sex to support better understanding of enrollment information;
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Mucarsel-Powell amendment (No. 68 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to allocate an additional $5 million to the Secretary's Minority AIDS Initiative Fund (SMAIF), which would improve prevention, care, and treatment for racial and ethnic minorities impacted by HIV/AIDS;
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Levin (MI) amendment (No. 70 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to increase funding for the Office of Inspector General at the Department of Education by $4 million; and
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Pressley amendment (No. 71 printed in part B of H. Rept. 116–109) that seeks to provide an additional $5,000,000 to fund School-Based Health Centers to support preventative and mental health services for children and adolescents in school.
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H. Res. 431, the rule providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 2740) and the resolution (H. Res. 430) was agreed to yesterday, June 11th.

H. Res. 436, the rule providing for further consideration of the bill (H.R. 2740) was agreed to by a recorded vote of 232 ayes to 189 noes, Roll No. 265, after the previous question was ordered by a yea-and-nay vote of 230 yeas to 184 nays, Roll No. 264.
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Meeting Hour: Agreed by unanimous consent that when the House adjourns today, it adjourn to meet at 9 a.m. tomorrow, June 13th.
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Senate Referrals: S. 395 was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. S. 504 was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
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Senate Message: Message received from the Senate by the Clerk and subsequently presented to the House today appears on page H4445.

Quorum Calls Votes: Three yea-and-nay votes and forty-three recorded votes developed during the proceedings of today and appear on pages H4443, H4444, H4550, H4550–51, H4551–52, H4552, H4552–53, H4553–54, H4554, H4554–55, H4555–56, H4556, H4556–57, H4557–58, H4558, H4583–84, H4584, H4585, H4586, H4586–87, H4587, H4588, H4588–89, H4589, H4589–90, H4590–91, H4591, H4591–92, H4592–93, H4593, H4593–94, H4594–95, H4595, H4595–96, H4596–97, H4597, H4597–98, H4598–99, H4599, H4599–H4600, H4600–01, H4601, H4601–02, H4602–03, H4603, and H4603–04. There were no quorum calls.

Adjournment: The House met at 10 a.m. and adjourned at 4:01 a.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2019.

Committee Meetings

INCREASING RESILIENCY, MITIGATING RISK: EXAMINING THE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION NEEDS OF PRODUCERS

Committee on Agriculture: Subcommittee on Biotechnology, Horticulture, and Research held a hearing entitled ``Increasing Resiliency, Mitigating Risk: Examining the Research and Extension Needs of Producers''. Testimony was heard from public witnesses.

MISCELLANEOUS MEASURE

Committee on Armed Services: Full Committee held a markup on H.R. 2500, the ``National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020''. H.R. 2500 was ordered reported, as amended.

RESTORING THE VALUE OF WORK: EVALUATING DOL'S EFFORTS TO UNDERMINE STRONG OVERTIME PROTECTIONS

Committee on Education and Labor: Subcommittee on Workforce Protections held a hearing entitled ``Restoring the Value of Work: Evaluating DOL's Efforts to Undermine Strong Overtime Protections''. Testimony was heard from public witnesses.

NO MORE SURPRISES: PROTECTING PATIENTS FROM SURPRISE MEDICAL BILLS

Committee on Energy and Commerce: Subcommittee on Health held a hearing entitled ``No More Surprises: Protecting Patients from Surprise Medical Bills''. Testimony was heard from public witnesses.

OVERSIGHT OF FERC: ENSURING ITS ACTIONS BENEFIT CONSUMERS AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Committee on Energy and Commerce: Subcommittee on Energy held a hearing entitled ``Oversight of FERC: Ensuring Its Actions Benefit Consumers and the Environment''. Testimony was heard from the following Federal Energy Regulatory Commission officials: Neil Chatterjee, Chairman; Cheryl A. LaFleur, Commissioner; Richard Glick, Commissioner; and Bernard L. McNamee, Commissioner.

MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES

Committee on Financial Services: Full Committee concluded a markup on H.R. 2162, the ``Housing Financial Literacy Act of 2019''; H.R. 2513, the ``Corporate Transparency Act of 2019''; H.R. 2763, the ``Keeping Families Together Act of 2019''; H.R. 3018, the ``Ensuring Equal Access to Shelter Act of 2019''; H.R. 3111, the ``National Flood Insurance Program Administration Reform Act of 2019''; H.R. 3141, the ``FHA Loan Affordability Act of 2019''; H.R. 3154, the ``Homeownership for Dreamers Act''; and H.R. 3167, the ``National Flood Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2019''. H.R. 2513, H.R. 3141, H.R. 2162, H.R. 3018, H.R. 3167, H.R. 2763, H.R. 3154, H.R. 3111 were ordered reported, as amended.

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WHAT EMERGENCY?: ARMS SALES AND THE ADMINISTRATION'S DUBIOUS END-RUN AROUND CONGRESS

Committee on Foreign Affairs: Full Committee held a hearing entitled ``What Emergency?: Arms Sales and the Administration's Dubious End-Run around Congress''. Testimony was heard from R. Clarke Cooper, Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Department of State.

ASSESSING FEMA'S READINESS FOR FUTURE DISASTERS

Committee on Homeland Security: Full Committee held a hearing entitled ``Assessing FEMA's Readiness for Future Disasters''. Testimony was heard from Peter Gaynor, Acting Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency; and Chris Currie, Director, Homeland Security and Justice Division, Government Accountability Office.

MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES

Committee on the Judiciary: Full Committee held a markup on H.R. 1327, the ``Never Forget the Heroes: Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act''; H.R. 35, the ``Emmett Till Antilynching Act''; H.R. 677, the ``21st Century President Act''; H.R. 1569, to amend title 28, United States Code, to add Flagstaff and Yuma to the list of locations in which court shall be held in the judicial district for the State of Arizona; H.R. 2368, the ``Supporting and Treating Officers In Crisis Act of 2019''; and H.R. 1986, the ``Effective Prosecution of Possession of Biological Toxins and Agents Act of 2019''. H.R. 1327, H.R. 35, H.R. 677, H.R. 1569, H.R. 2368, and H.R. 1986 were ordered reported, without amendment.

MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES

Committee on Oversight and Reform: Full Committee held a markup on a resolution recommending that the House of Representatives find the Attorney General and the Secretary of Commerce in contempt of Congress for their refusal to comply with duly authorized subpoenas relating to the 2020 Census; H.R. 391, the ``White House Ethics Transparency Act of 2019''; H.R. 2003, the ``Ensuring FEHBP Coverage During Shutdowns Act''; H.R. 2004, the ``Ensuring FEDVIP and FLTCIP Coverage During Shutdowns Act''; H.R. 2530, the ``Interim Stay Authority To Protect Whistleblowers Act''; H.R. 1668, the ``Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2019''; H.R. 2978, the ``National Historical Publications and Records Commission Reauthorization Act of 2019''; H.R. 1250, to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 11158 Highway 146 North in Hardin, Texas, as the ``Lucas Lowe Post Office''; H.R. 1526, to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 200 Israel Road Southeast in Tumwater, Washington, as the ``Eva G. Hewitt Post Office''; H.R. 1833, to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 35 Tulip Avenue in Floral Park, New York, as the ``Lieutenant Michael R. Davidson Post Office Building''; H.R. 1844, to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 66 Grove Court in Elgin, Illinois, as the ``Corporal Alex Martinez Memorial Post Office Building''; H.R. 2451, to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 575 Dexter Street in Central Falls, Rhode Island, as the ``Elizabeth Buffum Chace Post Office''; H.R. 2325, to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 100 Calle Alondra in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as the ``65th Infantry Regiment Post Office Building''; H.R. 3144, to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 8520 Michigan Avenue in Whittier, California, as the ``Jose Ramos Post Office Building''; and H.R. 3152, to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 456 North Meridian Street in Indianapolis, Indiana, as the ``Richard G. Lugar Post Office''. H.R. 1250, H.R. 1526, H.R. 1833, H.R. 1844, H.R. 2451, H.R. 2325, H.R. 3144, and H.R. 3152 were ordered reported, without amendment. A resolution recommending that the House of Representatives find the Attorney General and the Secretary of Commerce in contempt of Congress for their refusal to comply with duly authorized subpoenas relating to the 2020 Census, H.R. 391, H.R. 2003, H.R. 2004, H.R. 2530, H.R. 1668, and H.R. 2978 were ordered reported, as amended.

COMBATING SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN SCIENCE

Committee on Science, Space, and Technology: Full Committee held a hearing entitled ``Combating Sexual Harassment in Science''. Testimony was heard from John Neumann, Managing Director, Science, Technology Assessment, and Analytics, Government Accountability Office; and public witnesses.

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THE DOCTOR IS OUT. RISING STUDENT LOAN DEBT AND THE DECLINE OF THE SMALL MEDICAL PRACTICE

Committee on Small Business: Full Committee held a hearing entitled ``The Doctor is Out. Rising Student Loan Debt and the Decline of the Small Medical Practice''. Testimony was heard from public witnesses.

UNDER PRESSURE: THE STATE OF TRUCKING IN AMERICA

Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure: Subcommittee on Highways and Transit held a hearing entitled ``Under Pressure: The State of Trucking in America''. Testimony was heard from public witnesses.

IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD SYSTEMS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (VA) AND THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD)

Committee on Veterans' Affairs: Subcommittee on Technology Modernization held a hearing entitled ``Implementation of Electronic Health Record Systems at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DoD)''. Testimony was heard from John Windom, Executive Director, Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization, Department of Veterans Affairs; Laura Kroupa, Chief Medical Officer, Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization, Department of Veterans Affairs; John Short, Chief Technical Officer, Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization, Department of Veterans Affairs; William J. Tinston, Program Executive Officer, Defense Healthcare Management Systems, Department of Defense; Major General Lee E. Payne, M.D., Assistant Director for Combat Support, Defense Health Agency, Department of Defense; and Lauren Thompson, Director, Department of Defense--Department of Veterans Affairs Interagency Program Office.

PATHWAYS TO UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE

Committee on Ways and Means: Full Committee held a hearing entitled ``Pathways to Universal Health Coverage''. Testimony was heard from public witnesses.

LESSONS FROM THE MUELLER REPORT: COUNTERINTELLIGENCE IMPLICATIONS OF VOLUME 1

Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence: Full Committee held a hearing entitled ``Lessons from the Mueller Report: Counterintelligence Implications of Volume 1''. Testimony was heard from public witnesses.

Joint Meetings

RUSSIA'S COUNTERPRODUCTIVE COUNTERTERRORISM

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe: Commission concluded a hearing to examine Russia's counterproductive counterterrorism, after receiving testimony from Michael Carpenter, University of Pennsylvania Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, Rachel Denber, Human Rights Watch, and Mariya Y. Omelicheva, National Defense University Naval War College, all of Washington, D.C.

COMMITTEE MEETINGS FOR THURSDAY,

JUNE 13, 2019

(Committee meetings are open unless otherwise indicated)

Senate

Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry: to hold hearings to examine certainty in global markets for the United States agriculture sector, 9:30 a.m., SR–328A.

Committee on Energy and Natural Resources: to hold hearings to examine the outlook for wildland fire and management programs for 2019, 10 a.m., SD–366.

Committee on Foreign Relations: Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Transnational Crime, Civilian Security, Democracy, Human Rights, and Global Women's Issues, to hold hearings to examine women in conflict, focusing on advancing women's role in peace and security, 10 a.m., SD–419.

Committee on the Judiciary: business meeting to consider S. 1494, to amend the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 to protect alien minors and to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to end abuse of the asylum system and establish refugee application and processing centers outside the United States, and the nominations of Ada E. Brown, to be United States District Judge for the Northern District of Texas, Jason K. Pulliam, to be United States District Judge for the Western District of Texas, Steven D. Grimberg, to be United States District Judge for the Northern District of Georgia, David John Novak, to be United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia, Matthew H. Solomson, of Maryland, and David Austin Tapp, of Kentucky, both to be a Judge of the United States Court of Federal Claims, Daniel Aaron Bress, of California, to be United States Circuit Judge for the Ninth Circuit, Mary S. McElroy, to be United States District Judge for the District of Rhode Island, Gary Richard Brown, Diane Gujarati, Eric Ross Komitee, and Rachel P. Kovner, all to be a United States District Judge for the Eastern District of New York, Lewis J. Liman, and Mary Kay Vyskocil, both to be a United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York, John L. Sinatra, Jr., to be United States District Judge for the Western District of New York, Stephanie Dawkins Davis, to be United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Michigan, Stephanie A. Gallagher, to be United States District Judge for the District of Maryland, Martha Maria Pacold, Mary M. Rowland, and Steven C. Seeger, all to be a United States District Judge for the Northern District of Illinois, Frank William Volk, to be United States District Judge for the Southern District of West Virginia, William D. Hyslop, to be United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, Gary B. Burman, to be United States Marshal for the Western District of Kentucky, Randall P. Huff, to be United States Marshal for the District of Wyoming, and Edward W. Felten, of New Jersey, to be a Member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, 10 a.m., SD–226.

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Select Committee on Intelligence: to hold closed hearings to examine certain intelligence matters, 2 p.m., SH–219.

House

Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Environment and Climate Change, hearing entitled ``Cleaning Up Communities: Ensuring Safe Storage and Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel'', 10 a.m., 2322 Rayburn.

Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce, hearing entitled ``Keeping Kids and Consumers Safe from Dangerous Products'', 10:30 a.m., 2123 Rayburn.

Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, and Nonproliferation, hearing entitled ``U.S. Interests in South Asia and the FY 2020 Budget'', 9:30 a.m., 2172 Rayburn.

Committee on Natural Resources, Subcommittee on Water, Oceans, and Wildlife, hearing on H.R. 967, the ``Clean Water for Rural Communities Act''; H.R. 1162, the ``Water Recycling Investment and Improvement Act''; H.R. 1446, the ``Multinational Species Conservation Funds Semipostal Stamp Reauthorization Act of 2019''; H.R. 1976, the ``PFAS Detection Act of 2019''; H.R. 2473, the ``Securing Access for the central Valley and Enhancing (SAVE) Water Resources Act''; H.R. 2685, the ``Wild Bird Conservation Act''; and legislation on the Migratory Bird Protection Act of 2019, 10 a.m., 1324 Longworth.

Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Full Committee, hearing entitled ``National Security Challenges of Artificial Intelligence, Manipulated Media, and `Deepfakes' '', 9 a.m., 1100 Longworth.

Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, Full Committee, hearing entitled ``Solving the Climate Crisis: Ramping Up Renewables'', 10 a.m., 2318 Rayburn.

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Next Meeting of the
SENATE

9:30 a.m., Thursday, June 13

Senate Chamber

Program for Thursday: After the transaction of any morning business (not to extend beyond 10:45 a.m.), Senate will begin consideration of motions to discharge S.J. Res. 20, relating to the disapproval of the proposed sale to the Government of Qatar of certain defense articles and services, and S.J. Res. 26, relating to the disapproval of the proposed sale to the Government of Bahrain of certain defense articles and services, and vote on or in relation to the motions at 11:30 a.m.

Following disposition of the motion in relation to S.J. Res. 26, Senate will vote on the motion to invoke cloture on the nomination of Edward F. Crawford, of Ohio, to be Ambassador to Ireland.

At 1:45 p.m., Senate will vote on confirmation of the nominations of David Stilwell, of Hawaii, to be an Assistant Secretary of State (East Asian and Pacific Affairs), and Edward F. Crawford, of Ohio, to be Ambassador to Ireland.

Next Meeting of the
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

9 a.m., Thursday, June 13

House Chamber

Program for Thursday: Continue consideration of H.R. 2740--Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, Legislative Branch, Defense, State, Foreign Operations, and Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 2020.














Extensions of Remarks, as inserted in this issue








HOUSE


Axne, Cynthia, Iowa, E753

Bost, Mike, Ill., E754

Clyburn, James E., S.C., E758

Connolly, Gerald E., Va., E759, E759, E759, E759, E760, E760, E760, E761, E761, E761

Crist, Charlie, Fla., E753

DeFazio, Peter A., Ore., E757

Eshoo, Anna G., Calif., E754

Gallagher, Mike, Wisc., E754, E755, E758

Gonzalez, Vicente, Tex., E758

Gottheimer, Josh, N.J., E759

Grijalva, Raúl M., Ariz., E755

Hastings, Alcee L., Fla., E756

Jackson Lee, Sheila, Tex., E756

King, Peter T., N.Y., E755

LaHood, Darin, Ill., E754

Luetkemeyer, Blaine, Mo., E753

McKinley, David B., W.Va., E755

Meadows, Mark, N.C., E754, E756

Simpson, Michael K., Idaho, E756

Slotkin, Elissa, Mich., E754

Speier, Jackie, Calif., E753

Stauber, Pete, Minn., E757

Tipton, Scott R., Colo., E753

Wenstrup, Brad R., Ohio, E755, E756

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