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(Senate - May 13, 2020)

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  SA 1583. Mr. WYDEN (for himself, Mr. Daines, Mr. Leahy, Mr. Lee, Mr. 
Udall, Mr. Markey, Mr. Heinrich, Ms. Baldwin, Mr. Sanders, Mr. Braun, 
Mr. Cramer, Mr. Merkley, Mr. Paul, and Mr. Booker) proposed an 
amendment

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to the bill H.R. 6172, to amend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance 
Act of 1978 to prohibit the production of certain business records, and 
for other purposes; as follows:

       On page 7, strike lines 13 and 14 and insert the following:
     cell site location or global positioning system information.
       ``(C) An application under paragraph (1) may not seek an 
     order authorizing or requiring the production of internet 
     website browsing information or internet search history 
     information.''.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1584. Mr. LEE (for himself, Mr. Leahy, Ms. Baldwin, Mr. 
Blumenthal, Mr. Booker, Mr. Braun, Mr. Coons, Mr. Cramer, Mr. Daines, 
Mr. Durbin, Mr. Grassley, Ms. Harris, Mr. Heinrich, Ms. Hirono, Mr. 
Markey, Ms. McSally, Mr. Paul, Mr. Sanders, Mr. Udall, Mr. Van Hollen, 
Ms. Warren, Mr. Wyden, and Mr. Cruz) proposed an amendment to the bill 
H.R. 6172, to amend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 
to prohibit the production of certain business records, and for other 
purposes; as follows:

       In subsection (a)(2)(B) of section 602 of the Foreign 
     Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1872), as 
     added by section 301(b)(3), insert after ``section 103(i)'' 
     the following: ``, a proceeding in the Foreign Intelligence 
     Court of Review resulting from the petition of an amicus 
     curiae under section 103(i)(7), or a proceeding in which an 
     amicus curiae could have been appointed pursuant to section 
     103(i)(2)(A)''.
       In section 302, strike subsections (a) and (b) and insert 
     the following:
       (a) Expansion of Appointment Authority.--
       (1) In general.--Section 103(i)(2) (50 U.S.C. 1803(i)(2)) 
     is amended--
       (A) by striking subparagraph (A) and inserting the 
     following:
       ``(A) shall appoint one or more individuals who have been 
     designated under paragraph (1), not less than one of whom 
     possesses privacy and civil liberties expertise, unless the 
     court finds that such a qualification is inappropriate, to 
     serve as amicus curiae to assist the court in the 
     consideration of any application or motion for an order or 
     review that, in the opinion of the court--
       ``(i) presents a novel or significant interpretation of the 
     law, unless the court issues a finding that such appointment 
     is not appropriate;
       ``(ii) presents significant concerns with respect to the 
     activities of a United States person that are protected by 
     the first amendment to the Constitution of the United States, 
     unless the court issues a finding that such appointment is 
     not appropriate;
       ``(iii) presents or involves a sensitive investigative 
     matter, unless the court issues a finding that such 
     appointment is not appropriate;
       ``(iv) presents a request for approval of a new program, a 
     new technology, or a new use of existing technology, unless 
     the court issues a finding that such appointment is not 
     appropriate;
       ``(v) presents a request for reauthorization of 
     programmatic surveillance, unless the court issues a finding 
     that such appointment is not appropriate; or
       ``(vi) otherwise presents novel or significant civil 
     liberties issues, unless the court issues a finding that such 
     appointment is not appropriate; and''; and
       (B) in subparagraph (B), by striking ``an individual or 
     organization'' each place the term appears and inserting 
     ``one or more individuals or organizations''.
       (2) Definition of sensitive investigative matter.--
     Subsection (i) of section 103 (50 U.S.C. 1803) is amended by 
     adding at the end the following:
       ``(12) Definition.--In this subsection, the term `sensitive 
     investigative matter' means--
       ``(A) an investigative matter involving the activities of--
       ``(i) a domestic public official or political candidate, or 
     an individual serving on the staff of such an official or 
     candidate;
       ``(ii) a domestic religious or political organization, or a 
     known or suspected United States person prominent in such an 
     organization; or
       ``(iii) the domestic news media; or
       ``(B) any other investigative matter involving a domestic 
     entity or a known or suspected United States person that, in 
     the judgment of the applicable court established under 
     subsection (a) or (b), is as sensitive as an investigative 
     matter described in subparagraph (A).''.
       (b) Authority to Seek Review.--Subsection (i) of section 
     103 (50 U.S.C. 1803), as amended by subsection (a) of this 
     section, is amended--
       (1) in paragraph (4)--
       (A) in the paragraph heading, by inserting ``; authority'' 
     after ``Duties'';
       (B) by redesignating subparagraphs (A), (B), and (C) as 
     clauses (i), (ii), and (iii), respectively, and adjusting the 
     margins accordingly;
       (C) in the matter preceding clause (i), as so designated, 
     by striking ``the amicus curiae shall'' and inserting the 
     following: ``the amicus curiae--
       ``(A) shall'';
       (D) in subparagraph (A)(i), as so designated, by inserting 
     before the semicolon at the end the following: ``, including 
     legal arguments regarding any privacy or civil liberties 
     interest of any United States person that would be 
     significantly impacted by the application or motion''; and
       (E) by striking the period at the end and inserting the 
     following: ``; and
       ``(B) may seek leave to raise any novel or significant 
     privacy or civil liberties issue relevant to the application 
     or motion or other issue directly impacting the legality of 
     the proposed electronic surveillance with the court, 
     regardless of whether the court has requested assistance on 
     that issue.'';
       (2) by redesignating paragraphs (7) through (12) as 
     paragraphs (8) through (13), respectively; and
       (3) by inserting after paragraph (6) the following:
       ``(7) Authority to seek review of decisions.--
       ``(A) FISA court decisions.--Following issuance of an order 
     under this Act by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance 
     Court, an amicus curiae appointed under paragraph (2) may 
     petition the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to 
     certify for review to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance 
     Court of Review a question of law pursuant to subsection (j). 
     If the court denies such petition, the court shall provide 
     for the record a written statement of the reasons for such 
     denial. Upon certification of any question of law pursuant to 
     this subparagraph, the Court of Review shall appoint the 
     amicus curiae to assist the Court of Review in its 
     consideration of the certified question, unless the Court of 
     Review issues a finding that such appointment is not 
     appropriate.
       ``(B) FISA court of review decisions.--An amicus curiae 
     appointed under paragraph (2) may petition the Foreign 
     Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review to certify for 
     review to the Supreme Court of the United States any question 
     of law pursuant to section 1254(2) of title 28, United States 
     Code.
       ``(C) Declassification of referrals.--For purposes of 
     section 602, a petition filed under subparagraph (A) or (B) 
     of this paragraph and all of its content shall be considered 
     a decision, order, or opinion issued by the Foreign 
     Intelligence Surveillance Court or the Foreign Intelligence 
     Surveillance Court of Review described in paragraph (2) of 
     section 602(a).''.
       In section 302(c), redesignate paragraph (2) as paragraph 
     (3).
       In section 302(c), strike paragraph (1) and insert the 
     following:
       (1) Application and materials.--Subparagraph (A) of section 
     103(i)(6) (50 U.S.C. 1803(i)(6)) is amended to read as 
     follows:
       ``(A) In general.--
       ``(i) Right of amicus.--If a court established under 
     subsection (a) or (b) appoints an amicus curiae under 
     paragraph (2), the amicus curiae--

       ``(I) shall have access to, to the extent such information 
     is available to the Government--

       ``(aa) the application, certification, petition, motion, 
     and other information and supporting materials, including any 
     information described in section 901, submitted to the 
     Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in connection with 
     the matter in which the amicus curiae has been appointed, 
     including access to any relevant legal precedent (including 
     any such precedent that is cited by the Government, including 
     in such an application);
       ``(bb) an unredacted copy of each relevant decision made by 
     the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court or the Foreign 
     Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review in which the court 
     decides a question of law, without regard to whether the 
     decision is classified; and
       ``(cc) any other information or materials that the court 
     determines are relevant to the duties of the amicus curiae; 
     and

       ``(II) may make a submission to the court requesting access 
     to any other particular materials or information (or category 
     of materials or information) that the amicus curiae believes 
     to be relevant to the duties of the amicus curiae.

       ``(ii) Supporting documentation regarding accuracy.--The 
     Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, upon the motion of 
     an amicus curiae appointed under paragraph (2) or upon its 
     own motion, may require the Government to make available the 
     supporting documentation described in section 902.''.
       (2) Clarification of access to certain information.--Such 
     section is further amended--
       (A) in subparagraph (B), by striking ``may'' and inserting 
     ``shall''; and
       (B) by striking subparagraph (C) and inserting the 
     following:
       ``(C) Classified information.--An amicus curiae appointed 
     by the court shall have access to, to the extent such 
     information is available to the Government, unredacted copies 
     of each opinion, order, transcript, pleading, or other 
     document of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and 
     the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review, 
     including, if the individual is eligible for access to 
     classified information, any classified documents, 
     information, and other materials or proceedings.''.
       Redesignate section 207 as section 208.
       Insert after section 206 the following:

     SEC. 207. DISCLOSURE OF RELEVANT INFORMATION; CERTIFICATION 
                   REGARDING ACCURACY PROCEDURES.

       (a) Disclosure of Relevant Information.--

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       (1) In general.--The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act 
     of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.) is amended by adding at the 
     end the following:

             ``TITLE IX--DISCLOSURE OF RELEVANT INFORMATION

     ``SEC. 901. DISCLOSURE OF RELEVANT INFORMATION.

       ``The Attorney General or any other Federal officer making 
     an application for a court order under this Act shall provide 
     the court with--
       ``(1) all information in the possession of the Government 
     that is material to determining whether the application 
     satisfies the applicable requirements under this Act, 
     including any exculpatory information; and
       ``(2) all information in the possession of the Government 
     that might reasonably--
       ``(A) call into question the accuracy of the application or 
     the reasonableness of any assessment in the application 
     conducted by the department or agency on whose behalf the 
     application is made; or
       ``(B) otherwise raise doubts with respect to the findings 
     that are required to be made under the applicable provision 
     of this Act in order for the court order to be issued.''.
       (2) Technical amendment.--The table of contents of the 
     Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 is amended by 
     adding at the end the following:

             ``TITLE IX--DISCLOSURE OF RELEVANT INFORMATION

``Sec. 901. Disclosure of relevant information.''.
       (b) Certification Regarding Accuracy Procedures.--
       (1) In general.--Title IX of the Foreign Intelligence 
     Surveillance Act of 1978, as added by subsection (a), is 
     amended by adding at the end the following:

     ``SEC. 902. CERTIFICATION REGARDING ACCURACY PROCEDURES.

       ``(a) Definition.--In this section, the term `accuracy 
     procedures' means specific procedures, adopted by the 
     Attorney General, to ensure that an application for a court 
     order under this Act, including any application for renewal 
     of an existing order, is accurate and complete, including 
     procedures that ensure, at a minimum, that--
       ``(1) the application reflects all information that might 
     reasonably call into question the accuracy of the information 
     or the reasonableness of any assessment in the application, 
     or otherwise raises doubts about the requested findings;
       ``(2) the application reflects all material information 
     that might reasonably call into question the reliability and 
     reporting of any information from a confidential human source 
     that is used in the application;
       ``(3) a complete file documenting each factual assertion in 
     an application is maintained;
       ``(4) the applicant coordinates with the appropriate 
     elements of the intelligence community (as defined in section 
     3 of the National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 3003)), 
     concerning any prior or existing relationship with the target 
     of any surveillance, search, or other means of investigation, 
     and discloses any such relationship in the application;
       ``(5) before any application targeting a United States 
     person is made, the applicant Federal officer shall document 
     that the officer has collected and reviewed for accuracy and 
     completeness supporting documentation for each factual 
     assertion in the application; and
       ``(6) the applicant Federal agency establish compliance and 
     auditing mechanisms on an annual basis to assess the efficacy 
     of the accuracy procedures that have been adopted and report 
     such findings to the Attorney General.
       ``(b) Statement and Certification of Accuracy Procedures.--
     Any Federal officer making an application for a court order 
     under this Act shall include with the application--
       ``(1) a description of the accuracy procedures employed by 
     the officer or the officer's designee; and
       ``(2) a certification that the officer or the officer's 
     designee has collected and reviewed for accuracy and 
     completeness--
       ``(A) supporting documentation for each factual assertion 
     contained in the application;
       ``(B) all information that might reasonably call into 
     question the accuracy of the information or the 
     reasonableness of any assessment in the application, or 
     otherwise raises doubts about the requested findings; and
       ``(C) all material information that might reasonably call 
     into question the reliability and reporting of any 
     information from any confidential human source that is used 
     in the application.
       ``(c) Necessary Finding for Court Orders.--A judge may not 
     enter an order under this Act unless the judge finds, in 
     addition to any other findings required under this Act, that 
     the accuracy procedures described in the application for the 
     order, as required under subsection (b)(1), are actually 
     accuracy procedures as defined in this section.''.
       (2) Technical amendment.--The table of contents of the 
     Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978, as amended by 
     subsection (a), is amended by inserting after the item 
     relating to section 901 the following:

``Sec. 902. Certification regarding accuracy procedures.''.

       In section 208, as so redesignated, strike ``section 501 of 
     the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 
     1861)'' and insert ``the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance 
     Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.) (if applicable)''.
       At the end, add the following:

     SEC. 409. ANNUAL REPORTING ON ACCURACY AND COMPLETENESS OF 
                   APPLICATIONS.

       Section 603 (50 U.S.C. 1873) is amended--
       (1) by redesignating subsection (e) as subsection (f); and
       (2) by inserting after subsection (d) the following:
       ``(e) Annual Report by DOJ Inspector General on Accuracy 
     and Completeness of Applications.--
       ``(1) Definition of appropriate committees of congress.--In 
     this subsection, the term `appropriate committees of 
     Congress' means--
       ``(A) the Committee on the Judiciary and the Select 
     Committee on Intelligence of the Senate; and
       ``(B) the Committee on the Judiciary and the Permanent 
     Select Committee on Intelligence of the House of 
     Representatives.
       ``(2) Report.--In April of each year, the Inspector General 
     of the Department of Justice shall submit to the appropriate 
     committees of Congress and make public, subject to a 
     declassification review, a report setting forth, with respect 
     to the preceding calendar year, the following:
       ``(A) A summary of all accuracy or completeness reviews of 
     applications submitted to the Foreign Intelligence 
     Surveillance Court by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
       ``(B) The total number of applications reviewed for 
     accuracy or completeness.
       ``(C) The total number of material errors or omissions 
     identified during such reviews.
       ``(D) The total number of nonmaterial errors or omissions 
     identified during such reviews.
       ``(E) The total number of instances in which facts 
     contained in an application were not supported by 
     documentation that existed in the applicable file being 
     reviewed at the time of the accuracy review.''.
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  SA 1585. Mr. GARDNER proposed an amendment to the bill S. 2661, to 
amend the Communications Act of 1934 to designate 9-8-8 as the 
universal telephone number for the purpose of the national suicide 
prevention and mental health crisis hotline system operating through 
the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and through the Veterans 
Crisis Line, and for other purposes; as follows:

        Strike all after the enacting clause and insert the 
     following:

     SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

       This Act may be cited as the ``National Suicide Hotline 
     Designation Act of 2020''.

     SEC. 2. FINDINGS.

       Congress finds the following:
       (1) According to the American Foundation for Suicide 
     Prevention, on average, there are 129 suicides per day in the 
     United States.
       (2) To prevent future suicides, it is critical to 
     transition the cumbersome, existing 10-digit National Suicide 
     Hotline to a universal, easy-to-remember, 3-digit phone 
     number and connect people in crisis with life-saving 
     resources.
       (3) It is essential that people in the United States have 
     access to a 3-digit national suicide hotline across all 
     geographic locations.
       (4) The designated suicide hotline number will need to be 
     both familiar and recognizable to all people in the United 
     States.

     SEC. 3. UNIVERSAL TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR NATIONAL SUICIDE 
                   PREVENTION AND MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS HOTLINE 
                   SYSTEM.

       (a) In General.--Section 251(e) of the Communications Act 
     of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 251(e)) is amended by adding at the end 
     the following:
       ``(4) Universal telephone number for national suicide 
     prevention and mental health crisis hotline system.--9-8-8 is 
     designated as the universal telephone number within the 
     United States for the purpose of the national suicide 
     prevention and mental health crisis hotline system operating 
     through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline maintained 
     by the Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance 
     Use under section 520E-3 of the Public Health Service Act (42 
     U.S.C. 290bb-36c) and through the Veterans Crisis Line 
     maintained by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs under section 
     1720F(h) of title 38, United States Code.''.
       (b) Effective Date.--The amendment made by subsection (a) 
     shall take effect on the date that is 1 year after the date 
     of enactment of this Act.
       (c) Required Report.--Not later than 180 days after the 
     date of enactment of this Act, the Assistant Secretary for 
     Mental Health and Substance Use and the Secretary of Veterans 
     Affairs shall jointly submit a report that details the 
     resources necessary to make the use of 9-8-8, as designated 
     under paragraph (4) of section 251(e) of the Communications 
     Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 251(e)), as added by subsection (a) of 
     this section, operational and effective across the United 
     States to--
       (1) the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation 
     of the Senate;
       (2) the Committee on Appropriations of the Senate;
       (3) the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of 
     Representatives; and
       (4) the Committee on Appropriations of the House of 
     Representatives.

     SEC. 4. STATE AUTHORITY OVER FEES.

       (a) Authority.--

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       (1) In general.--Nothing in this Act, any amendment made by 
     this Act, the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 151 et 
     seq.), or any Commission regulation or order may prevent the 
     imposition and collection of a fee or charge applicable to a 
     commercial mobile service or an IP-enabled voice service 
     specifically designated by a State, a political subdivision 
     of a State, an Indian Tribe, or village or regional 
     corporation serving a region established pursuant to the 
     Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) 
     for 9-8-8 related services, if the fee or charge is held in a 
     sequestered account to be obligated or expended only in 
     support of 9-8-8 services, or enhancements of such services, 
     as specified in the provision of State or local law adopting 
     the fee or charge.
       (2) Use of 9-8-8 funds.--A fee or charge collected under 
     this subsection shall only be imposed, collected, and used to 
     pay expenses that a State, a political subdivision of a 
     State, an Indian Tribe, or village or regional corporation 
     serving a region established pursuant to the Alaska Native 
     Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) is expected to 
     incur that are reasonably attributed to--
       (A) ensuring the efficient and effective routing of calls 
     made to the 9-8-8 national suicide prevention and mental 
     health crisis hotline to an appropriate crisis center; and
       (B) personnel and the provision of acute mental health, 
     crisis outreach and stabilization services by directly 
     responding to the 9-8-8 national suicide prevention and 
     mental health crisis hotline.
       (b) Fee Accountability Report.--To ensure efficiency, 
     transparency, and accountability in the collection and 
     expenditure of a fee or charge for the support or 
     implementation of 9-8-8 services, not later than 2 years 
     after the date of the enactment of this Act, and annually 
     thereafter, the Commission shall submit to the Committees on 
     Commerce, Science, and Transportation and Appropriations of 
     the Senate and the Committees on Energy and Commerce and 
     Appropriations of the House of Representatives a report 
     that--
       (1) details the status in each State, political subdivision 
     of a State, Indian Tribe, or village or regional corporation 
     serving a region established pursuant to the Alaska Native 
     Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) of the 
     collection and distribution of such fees or charges; and
       (2) includes findings on the amount of revenues obligated 
     or expended by each State, political subdivision of a State, 
     Indian Tribe, or village or regional corporation serving a 
     region established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims 
     Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) for any purpose other 
     than the purpose for which any such fees or charges are 
     specified.
       (c) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Commercial mobile service.--The term ``commercial 
     mobile service'' has the meaning given that term under 
     section 332(d) of the Communications Act of 1934 (47 U.S.C. 
     332(d)).
       (2) Commission.--The term ``Commission'' means the Federal 
     Communications Commission.
       (3) IP-enabled voice service.--The term ``IP-enabled voice 
     service'' shall include--
       (A) an interconnected VoIP service, as defined in section 
     9.3 of the title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations, or 
     any successor thereto; and
       (B) a one-way interconnected VoIP service.
       (4) State.--The term ``State'' has the meaning given that 
     term in section 7 of the Wireless Communications and Public 
     Safety Act of 1999 (47 U.S.C. 615b).

     SEC. 5. LOCATION IDENTIFICATION REPORT.

       (a) In General.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
     the enactment of this Act, the Federal Communications 
     Commission shall submit to the appropriate committees a 
     report that examines the feasibility and cost of including an 
     automatic dispatchable location that would be conveyed with a 
     9-8-8 call, regardless of the technological platform used and 
     including with calls from multi-line telephone systems (as 
     defined in section 6502 of the Middle Class Tax Relief and 
     Job Creation Act of 2012 (47 U.S.C. 1471)).
       (b) Definitions.--In this section:
       (1) Appropriate committees.--The term ``appropriate 
     committees'' means the following:
       (A) The Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation 
     of the Senate.
       (B) The Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions 
     of the Senate.
       (C) The Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of 
     Representatives.
       (2) Dispatchable location.--The term ``dispatchable 
     location'' means the street address of the calling party and 
     additional information such as room number, floor number, or 
     similar information necessary to adequately identify the 
     location of the calling party.

     SEC. 6. REPORT ON CERTAIN TRAINING PROGRAMS.

       (a) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that--
       (1) youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or 
     queer (referred to in this section as ``LGBTQ'') are more 
     than 4 times more likely to contemplate suicide than their 
     peers, with 1 in 5 LGBTQ youth and more than 1 in 3 
     transgender youth reporting attempting suicide;
       (2) American Indian and Alaska Natives have the highest 
     rate of suicide of any racial or ethnic group in the United 
     States with a suicide rate over 3.5 times higher than the 
     racial or ethnic group with the lowest rate, with the suicide 
     rate increasing, since 1999, by 139 percent for American 
     Indian women and 71 percent for men;
       (3) between 2001 and 2015, the suicide death rate in rural 
     counties in the United States was 17.32 per 100,000 
     individuals, which is significantly greater than the national 
     average, and the data shows that between that same time 
     period, suicide rates increased for all age groups across all 
     counties in the United States, with the highest rates and the 
     greatest increases being in more rural counties; and
       (4) the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services 
     Administration must be equipped to provide specialized 
     resources to these and other high-risk populations.
       (b) Report.--Not later than 180 days after the date of 
     enactment of this Act, the Assistant Secretary for Mental 
     Health and Substance Use shall submit to the Committee on 
     Commerce, Science, and Transportation of the Senate, the 
     Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions of the 
     Senate, and the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House 
     of Representatives a report that--
       (1) details a strategy, to be developed in consultation 
     with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the 
     National Institute of Mental Health, and organizations 
     capable of providing nationwide suicide prevention and crisis 
     services for LGBTQ youth, minorities, rural individuals, or 
     other high-risk populations, for the Substance Abuse and 
     Mental Health Services Administration to offer, support, or 
     provide technical assistance to training programs for 
     National Suicide Prevention Lifeline counselors to increase 
     competency in serving high-risk populations; and
       (2) includes recommendations regarding--
       (A) the facilitation of access to services that are 
     provided to specially trained staff and partner organizations 
     for LGBTQ youth, minorities, rural individuals, and other 
     high-risk populations; and
       (B) a strategy for optimally implementing an Integrated 
     Voice Response, or other equally effective mechanism, to 
     allow National Suicide Prevention Lifeline callers who are 
     LGBTQ youth, minorities, rural individuals, or members of 
     other high-risk populations to access specialized services.

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