ADDITIONAL COSPONSORS; Congressional Record Vol. 166, No. 8
(Senate - January 14, 2020)

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                         ADDITIONAL COSPONSORS


                                 S. 169

  At the request of Mr. Cornyn, the name of the Senator from Arizona 
(Ms. Sinema) was added as a cosponsor of S. 169, a bill to amend the 
Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide an exemption from gross income 
for civil damages as recompense for trafficking in persons.


                                 S. 259

  At the request of Mr. Whitehouse, the names of the Senator from 
Colorado (Mr. Gardner) and the Senator from Connecticut (Mr. 
Blumenthal) were added as cosponsors of S. 259, a bill to impose 
criminal sanctions on certain persons involved in international doping 
fraud conspiracies, to provide restitution for victims of such 
conspiracies, and to require sharing of information with the United 
States Anti-Doping Agency to assist its fight against doping, and for 
other purposes.


                                 S. 277

  At the request of Ms. Hirono, the name of the Senator from Colorado 
(Mr. Bennet) was added as a cosponsor of S. 277, a bill to posthumously 
award a Congressional Gold Medal to Fred Korematsu, in recognition of 
his dedication to justice and equality.


                                 S. 342

  At the request of Mr. Young, the name of the Senator from Delaware 
(Mr. Coons) was added as a cosponsor of S. 342, a bill to reauthorize 
title VI of the Higher Education Act of 1965 in order to improve and 
encourage innovation in international education, and for other 
purposes.


                                 S. 348

  At the request of Mr. Menendez, the name of the Senator from Hawaii 
(Ms. Hirono) was added as a cosponsor of S. 348, a bill to amend title 
XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide for the distribution of 
additional residency positions, and for other purposes.


                                 S. 400

  At the request of Mr. Toomey, the names of the Senator from Wisconsin 
(Mr. Johnson) and the Senator from Florida (Mr. Rubio) were added as 
cosponsors of S. 400, a bill to gather information about the illicit 
production of illicit fentanyl in foreign countries and to withhold 
bilateral assistance from countries that do not have emergency 
scheduling procedures for new illicit drugs, cannot prosecute criminals 
for the manufacture or distribution of controlled substance analogues, 
or do not require the registration of tableting machine and 
encapsulating machines.


                                 S. 578

  At the request of Mr. Whitehouse, the names of the Senator from 
Wisconsin (Ms. Baldwin) and the Senator from Utah (Mr. Romney) were 
added as cosponsors of S. 578, a bill to amend title II of the Social 
Security Act to eliminate the five-month waiting period for disability 
insurance benefits under such title for individuals with amyotrophic 
lateral sclerosis.


                                 S. 701

  At the request of Mr. Cardin, the name of the Senator from Delaware 
(Mr. Coons) was added as a cosponsor of S. 701, a bill to amend the 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act to reauthorize the Chesapeake Bay 
Program, and for other purposes.


                                 S. 892

  At the request of Mr. Casey, the names of the Senator from Maryland

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(Mr. Van Hollen) and the Senator from Delaware (Mr. Carper) were added 
as cosponsors of S. 892, a bill to award a Congressional Gold Medal, 
collectively, to the women in the United States who joined the 
workforce during World War II, providing the aircraft, vehicles, 
weaponry, ammunition, and other materials to win the war, that were 
referred to as ``Rosie the Riveter'', in recognition of their 
contributions to the United States and the inspiration they have 
provided to ensuing generations.


                                 S. 947

  At the request of Mr. Crapo, the name of the Senator from Arizona 
(Ms. McSally) was added as a cosponsor of S. 947, a bill to amend the 
Radiation Exposure Compensation Act to improve compensation for workers 
involved in uranium mining, and for other purposes.


                                S. 1053

  At the request of Mr. Coons, the name of the Senator from Illinois 
(Mr. Durbin) was added as a cosponsor of S. 1053, a bill to establish a 
universal personal savings program, and for other purposes.


                                S. 1074

  At the request of Mr. Schatz, the name of the Senator from Vermont 
(Mr. Leahy) was added as a cosponsor of S. 1074, a bill to reinstate 
Federal Pell Grant eligibility for individuals incarcerated in Federal 
and State penal institutions, and for other purposes.


                                S. 1168

  At the request of Mr. Blunt, the name of the Senator from Nebraska 
(Mrs. Fischer) was added as a cosponsor of S. 1168, a bill to amend the 
Higher Education Act of 1965 to ensure campus access at public 
institutions of higher education for religious groups.


                                S. 1374

  At the request of Ms. McSally, the name of the Senator from Arizona 
(Ms. Sinema) was added as a cosponsor of S. 1374, a bill to amend title 
II of the Social Security Act to eliminate the waiting periods for 
disability insurance benefits and Medicare coverage for individuals 
with metastatic breast cancer, and for other purposes.


                                S. 2233

  At the request of Mr. Schatz, the name of the Senator from Wisconsin 
(Ms. Baldwin) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2233, a bill to nullify 
the effect of the recent executive order that requires Federal agencies 
to share citizenship data.


                                S. 2379

  At the request of Mr. Crapo, the name of the Senator from Tennessee 
(Mrs. Blackburn) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2379, 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.


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  On page S194, January 14, 2020, in the second column, the 
following appears: S. 2233 At the request of Mr. SCHATZ, the name 
of the Senator from Wisconsin (Ms. BALDWIN) was added as a 
cosponsor of S. 2233, a bill to nullify the effect of the recent 
executive order that requires Federal agencies to share 
citizenship data.
  
  The online Record has been corrected to read: S. 2233 At the 
request of Mr. SCHATZ, the name of the Senator from Wisconsin (Ms. 
BALDWIN) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2233, a bill to nullify 
the effect of the recent executive order that requires Federal 
agencies to share citizenship data. S. 2379 At the request of Mr. 
CRAPO, the name of the Senator from Tennessee (Mrs. BLACKBURN) was 
added as a cosponsor of S. 2379, 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.


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                                S. 2570

  At the request of Ms. Sinema, the names of the Senator from Indiana 
(Mr. Braun), the Senator from Massachusetts (Ms. Warren) and the 
Senator from Louisiana (Mr. Cassidy) were added as cosponsors of S. 
2570, a bill to award a Congressional Gold Medal to Greg LeMond in 
recognition of his service to the United States as an athlete, 
activist, role model, and community leader.


                                S. 2679

  At the request of Ms. Duckworth, the name of the Senator from 
California (Mrs. Feinstein) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2679, a bill 
to facilitate the automatic acquisition of citizenship for lawful 
permanent resident children of military and Federal Government 
personnel residing abroad, and for other purposes.


                                S. 2803

  At the request of Mr. Brown, the names of the Senator from New 
Hampshire (Ms. Hassan), the Senator from Kansas (Mr. Moran) and the 
Senator from Minnesota (Ms. Smith) were added as cosponsors of S. 2803, 
a bill to provide Federal housing assistance on behalf of youths who 
are aging out of foster care, and for other purposes.


                                S. 2815

  At the request of Mr. Schumer, the name of the Senator from Missouri 
(Mr. Hawley) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2815, a bill to require the 
Secretary of the Treasury to mint coins in commemoration of the 
National Purple Heart Honor Mission.


                                S. 2941

  At the request of Mr. Portman, the name of the Senator from Alaska 
(Ms. Murkowski) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2941, a bill to require 
the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to establish a 
consumer recycling education and outreach grant program, and for other 
purposes.


                                S. 2948

  At the request of Mr. Tillis, the name of the Senator from Nevada 
(Ms. Rosen) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2948, a bill to direct the 
Secretary of Veterans Affairs to carry out a pilot program for work 
therapy using service dog training.


                                S. 2980

  At the request of Mrs. Gillibrand, the name of the Senator from 
Massachusetts (Ms. Warren) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2980, a bill 
to require the promulgation of certain standards for perfluoroalkyl and 
polyfluoroalkyl substances under the Federal Water Pollution Control 
Act, and for other purposes.


                                S. 2989

  At the request of Mr. Wyden, the name of the Senator from Wisconsin 
(Ms. Baldwin) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2989, a bill to amend 
title XI of the Social Security Act to clarify the mailing requirement 
relating to social security account statements.


                                S. 2991

  At the request of Mr. Sullivan, the name of the Senator from New York 
(Mrs. Gillibrand) was added as a cosponsor of S. 2991, 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.


                                S. 3133

  At the request of Mr. Braun, the name of the Senator from Alaska (Ms. 
Murkowski) was added as a cosponsor of S. 3133, a bill to amend the 
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to establish a time-limited 
conditional approval pathway, subject to specific obligations, for 
certain drugs, and for other purposes.


                                S. 3153

  At the request of Mr. Cotton, the name of the Senator from Florida 
(Mr. Scott) was added as a cosponsor of S. 3153, a bill to prohibit the 
sharing of United States intelligence with countries that permit the 
operation of Huawei fifth generation telecommunications technology 
within their borders.


                              S.J. RES. 63

  At the request of Mr. Kaine, the names of the Senator from Michigan 
(Ms. Stabenow) and the Senator from Nevada (Ms. Cortez Masto) were 
added as cosponsors of S.J. Res. 63, a joint resolution to direct the 
removal of United States Armed Forces from hostilities against the 
Islamic Republic of Iran that have not been authorized by Congress.


                              S.J. RES. 68

  At the request of Mr. Kaine, the names of the Senator from Maine (Ms. 
Collins), the Senator from Illinois (Ms. Duckworth), the Senator from 
California (Mrs. Feinstein), the Senator from Massachusetts (Mr. 
Markey), the Senator from Alabama (Mr. Jones), the Senator from Oregon 
(Mr. Merkley) and the Senator from Hawaii (Mr. Schatz) were added as 
cosponsors of S.J. Res. 68, a joint resolution to direct the removal of 
United States Armed Forces from hostilities against the Islamic 
Republic of Iran that have not been authorized by Congress.


                              S. RES. 466

  At the request of Mr. Cruz, the name of the Senator from South Dakota 
(Mr. Thune) was added as a cosponsor of S. Res. 466, a resolution 
honoring the members of the Armed Forces and the intelligence community 
of the United States who carried out the mission that killed Qasem 
Soleimani, and for other purposes.

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