KRISHNAMOORTHI, RAJA (a Representative from Illinois)

KRISHNAMOORTHI, RAJA (a Representative from Illinois)

Amendments

Corps of Engineers: improve rivers and harbors and provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources (H.R. 8), H4818 [6JN]

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 5515), H4564, H4569, H4570 [22MY], H4679 [23MY]

FAA: reauthorize programs (H.R. 4), H3644 [26AP]

FEMA: improve provision of disaster and mitigation assistance to eligible individuals and households and to eligible State, local, tribal, and territorial governments and certain private nonprofit organizations (H.R. 4), H3644 [26AP]

Bills and resolutions cosponsored

Ahmad, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor: tribute (see H. Res. 1125), H9471 [9NO]

Animals: call for end to dog and cat meat industry and urge certain countries to adopt and enforce prohibitions on such practices (see H. Res. 401), H8172 [12SE]

——— prohibit issuance of licenses to certain individuals connected to dealers of dogs who have had licenses revoked (see H.R. 4691), H903 [6FE]

——— provide for humane treatment of dogs (see H.R. 4693), H903 [6FE]

Armed Forces: provide permanent appropriations for death gratuities and related survivor benefits for survivors of deceased members in the event of lapsed appropriations (see H.R. 1928), H583 [19JA]

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: observance (see H. Res. 911), H4729 [24MY]

Bears Ears National Monument: expand boundaries and ensure prompt engagement with the Bears Ears Commission and prompt implementation of the proclamation establishing the Monument (see H.R. 4518), H6042 [10JY]

Black Maternal Health Week: observance (see H. Res. 818), H3750 [3MY]

Bridges: transfer Harmony Way Bridge over the Wabash River to Illinois and Indiana (see H.R. 6793), H9416 [2OC]

Burma: call on Aung San Suu Kyi to release two jailed journalists reporting on violence inflicted upon the Rohingya population (see H. Res. 1057), H9092 [26SE]

——— condemn acts of violence against Rohingya population and call on Aung San Suu Kyi to play an active role in ending this humanitarian tragedy (see H. Res. 528), H9092 [26SE]

Capitol Building and Grounds: designate room H-226 as the ‘‘Lincoln Room’’ (see H. Res. 1063), H8726 [13SE]

Captain Joshua E. Steele Post Office, Alpha, IL: designate (see H.R. 5737), H3885 [9MY]

Career and Technical Education Month: designate (see H. Res. 730), H974 [7FE]

CDC: create a modern infrastructure for the prevention, treatment, and care of Alzheimer’s and related dementias and preservation of brain health (see H.R. 4256), H1544 [13MR]

Chicago, IL: express condolences to friends and family of victims of shooting at Mercy Hospital & Medical Center, honor lives and memory of victims, and commend first responders (see H. Res. 1171), H9767 [6DE]

China: condemn human rights violations of ethnic Turkic Muslims and call for an end to arbitrary detention, torture, and harassment of these communities (see H.R. 7123), H9758 [30NO]

Civil rights: declassify documents from civil rights cold cases and establish a civil rights cold case record collection and the Cold Case Records Review Board (see H.R. 1272), H5201 [14JN]

Climate: recognize and accept findings of U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and call for reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in line with recommendations of such panel (see H. Res. 1145), H9510 [13NO]

Crime: expedite disposition of animals seized in animal fighting or gambling cases (see H.R. 398), H7758 [21AU]

——— protect victims of stalking from gun violence (see H.R. 3207), H2043 [22MR]

Cyprus: repeal prohibition on transfer of articles on the U.S. Munitions List (see H.R. 5508), H3315 [13AP]

Day of Silence: support goals and ideals (see H. Res. 860), H3742 [27AP]

Democracy: improve access to voting and protect election integrity, strengthen Government ethics laws, and reform political campaign finance system (see H. Res. 975), H5975 [28JN]

Dept. of Commerce: prepare and submit reports to Congress on role of telecommunications in hate crimes (see H.R. 4527), H903 [6FE]

——— transmit documents and Dept. of Justice letter relative to decision to include a question on citizenship in the decennial census (see H. Res. 877), H3833 [8MY]

Dept. of Education: address and take action to prevent bullying and harassment of students (see H.R. 1957), H9436 [16OC]

——— ensure needs of college students with disabilities are taken into account in campus efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault (see H.R. 5241), H3148 [11AP]

——— expand access to school-wide arts and music programs (see H.R. 6137), H6042 [10JY]

——— improve opportunities to attain a quality, debt-free degree or credential (see H.R. 6543), H7720 [26JY]

——— prohibit seclusion and use of restraints in schools except to protect students and staff and provide school personnel with crisis intervention training (see H.R. 7124), H10587 [21DE]

——— provide for the long-term improvement of public school facilities (see H.R. 2475), H10512 [20DE]

——— require additional reporting by institutions of higher education on crime and harm that occurs during student participation in programs of study abroad (see H.R. 4410), H3507 [24AP]

Dept. of HHS: allow importation by wholesalers, pharmacies, and individuals of safe and affordable drugs from FDA-certified foreign sellers (see H.R. 1245), H10211 [13DE]

——— amend laws relative to designation of general surgery shortage areas (see H.R. 2906), H7824 [4SE]

——— authorize funding for creation and implementation of infant mortality pilot programs in standard metropolitan statistical areas with high rates of infant mortality (see H.R. 6174), H5817 [27JN]

——— reauthorize Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education Program (see H.R. 5385), H4243 [18MY]

Dept. of Justice: establish and carry out a Veteran Treatment Court Program (see H.R. 4345), H3343 [16AP]

——— incentivize hate crime reporting, provide grants for State-run hate crime hotlines, and establish private rights of action for victims and additional penalties for certain hate crime convictions (see H.R. 1566), H3096 [10AP]

——— limit ability to remove a special counsel (see H.R. 3654), H733 [30JA]

——— provide death benefits for campus police officers (see H.R. 3569), H1609 [14MR]

——— require a report of any Special Counsel who is removed from office (see H.R. 5533), H9153 [27SE]

——— require judicial review of executive branch ability to remove a special counsel (see H.R. 5476), H4850 [6JN]

Dept. of Labor: enter into contracts with industry intermediaries for purposes of promoting the development of and access to apprenticeships in the technology sector (see H.R. 3174), H1373 [5MR]

——— issue an occupational safety and health rule that requires covered health care employers to adopt a comprehensive workplace violence prevention plan (see H.R. 5223), H1501 [8MR]

Dept. of State: establish a Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Peoples in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (see H.R. 6033), H9153 [27SE]

Dept. of the Interior: establish National Park Service and Public Lands Legacy Restoration Fund to address maintenance backlog of the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, BLM, and Bureau of Indian Education (see H.R. 6510), H8728 [13SE]

Dept. of Transportation: develop bus operations safety risk reduction programs to improve safety and training for drivers and modify bus specifications and technology to reduce accidents (see H.R. 6016), H9420 [5OC]

Dept. of Veterans Affairs: conduct review of deaths of certain veterans who committed suicide (see H.R. 411), H3783 [7MY]

——— eliminate period of eligibility for Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program (see H.R. 5452), H3148 [11AP]

——— ensure children of homeless veterans are included in the calculation of certain per diem grant amounts (see H.R. 4099), H3750 [3MY]

——— establish a center of excellence in prevention, diagnosis, mitigation, treatment, and rehabilitation of health conditions relative to exposure to burn pits (see H.R. 1279), H1609 [14MR]

——— furnish dental care in the same manner as any other medical service (see H.R. 4556), H7735 [31JY]

——— hire additional Veterans Justice Outreach specialists to provide treatment court services to justice-involved veterans (see H.R. 2147), H1699 [19MR]

——— provide for certain reporting requirements relative to medical care for women veterans provided by departmental and non-departmental medical providers (see H.R. 4334), H1076 [8FE]

District of Columbia: statehood (see H.R. 1291), H9091 [26SE]

Drugs: provide assistance to States and localities affected by the opioid epidemic and improve delivery of essential services to individuals with substance use disorders and their families (see H.R. 5545), H5225 [15JN]

——— require a group health plan to provide an exceptions process for any medication step therapy protocol (see H.R. 2077), H5581 [22JN]

Education: ensure public school teacher compensation is comparable to other college graduates and increase investment in public education (see H. Res. 876), H3833 [8MY]

Elections: constitutional amendment on contributions and expenditures intended to affect elections (see H.J. Res. 31), H7157 [24JY]

——— prohibit individuals from knowingly deceiving others about the time, place, eligibility, or procedures of participating in a Federal election for the purpose of deterring an individual from voting (see H.R. 6607), H7748 [7AU]

Employment: recognize importance of funding workforce development programs (see H. Res. 1100), H9406 [28SE]

EPA: call for resignation of E. Scott Pruitt as Administrator and appointment of an Administrator committed to fulfillment of the mission of the Agency (see H. Res. 834), H3441 [18AP]

Equal Pay Day: observance (see H. Con. Res. 117), H3095 [10AP]

Ethiopia: support respect for human rights and encouraging inclusive governance (see H. Res. 128), H3060 [5AP]

Executive Office of the President: require quarterly reports on security clearances for employees (see H.R. 5019), H1177 [14FE]

FCC: disapprove rule on net neutrality (see H.J. Res. 129), H1333 [27FE]

Federal agencies and departments: improve and modernize digital services and websites and promote use of digital processes over paper-based and in-person encounters (see H.R. 5759), H3929 [10MY]

Financial institutions: create protections for depository institutions that provide financial services to legitimate marijuana-related businesses (see H.R. 2215), H1267 [26FE]

Firearms: ensure that all firearms are traceable by prohibiting the manufacture or possession of 3-D printed guns made of plastic (see H.R. 6643), H7751 [10AU]

——— establish background check procedures for gun shows (see H.R. 1612), H1543 [13MR]

——— prevent the purchase of ammunition by prohibited purchasers (see H.R. 5383), H7751 [10AU]

——— provide for a waiting period before a semiautomatic firearm, a silencer, armor piercing ammunition, or a large capacity ammunition magazine may be transferred (see H.R. 4268), H1179 [14FE]

——— regulate assault weapons and ensure that the right to keep and bear arms is not unlimited (see H.R. 5087), H1266 [26FE]

Foreign policy: affirm U.S. commitment to NATO and condemn President Trump’s failure to confront Russian President, Vladimir Putin, for Russia’s election interference and worldwide aggression (see H. Res. 1008), H7729 [26JY]

——— impose sanctions against Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (see H.R. 5132), H1508 [9MR]

Fraternal organizations: recognize benefits provided by tax-exempt fraternal benefit societies to their members and communities (see H. Con. Res. 10), H3750 [3MY]

Freedom of religion: ensure laws intended to protect religious freedom do not infringe upon laws intended to protect civil rights (see H.R. 3222), H903 [6FE]

FTC: prescribe rules prohibiting deceptive advertising of abortion services (see H.R. 2566), H1477 [7MR]

Gandhi, Mohandas K.: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (see H.R. 6916), H9089 [26SE]

GAO: require study of Federal agencies to determine which agencies have the greatest impact on women’s participation in the workforce (see H.R. 5565), H3441 [18AP]

Government: prioritize obligations and appropriate emergency funding for continued pay for the Armed Forces and Federal law enforcement officers if statutory debt ceiling is reached or there is a funding gap (see H.R. 1536), H629 [25JA]

Health: encourage parents, teachers, camp counselors, and child-care professionals to prevent sunburns in minors and support efforts to curb incidences of skin cancer beginning with childhood skin-protection (see H. Res. 282), H9511 [13NO]

——— require coverage without a deductible of certain primary care services by high deductible health plans (see H.R. 5858), H9420 [5OC]

——— save and sustain health of mothers during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum and eliminate disparities in maternal health outcomes for pregnancy-related and pregnancy-associated deaths (see H.R. 1318), H677 [29JA]

House of Representatives: authorize certain committees of the House to intervene in Texas v. U.S., No. 4—18-cv-00167-O (N.D. Tex.) (see H. Res. 1031), H10338 [19DE]

——— require States to conduct redistricting through independent commissions (see H.R. 1102), H6650 [23JY]

Illinois: anniversary of statehood (see H. Res. 1098), H9151 [27SE]

Immigration: authorize additional visas for well-educated aliens to live and work in the U.S. and provide funding for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education (see H.R. 6794), H8724 [13SE]

——— limit separation of families at or near ports of entry (see H.R. 6135), H5284 [19JN]

——— promote family unity by reducing visa backlogs and implementing policies to facilitate immigrant family reunification (see H.R. 4944), H901 [6FE]

——— reform (H.R. 4760), consideration (see H. Res. 774), H3444 [18AP]

——— require reunification of families separated as a result of the zero tolerance policy that prosecutes all adults entering the U.S. illegally (see H.R. 6236), H5814 [27JN]

Indianapolis (U.S.S.): award a Congressional Gold Medal to the crew (see H.R. 4107), H9415 [2OC]

International trade: include in prohibitions on boycotts against U.S. allies boycotts fostered by international governmental organizations against Israel and direct Eximbank to oppose boycotts against Israel (see H.R. 1697), H9439 [19OC]

Investments: require 401(k) plan sponsors to inform participants of projected monthly income expected at retirement based on current account balances (see H.R. 2055), H1699 [19MR]

Israel: authorize military assistance, support ability to address conventional and emerging threats, and enhance cooperation in areas of mutual interest (see H.R. 5141), H1508 [9MR]

James William Robinson, Jr., Memorial Post Office Building, Westmont, IL: designate (see H.R. 6167), H5362 [20JN]

Korea, Republic of: reaffirm alliance with the U.S., commend contributions to international community, encourage continued foreign assistance programs, and provide best wishes for successful Olympic Winter Games (see H. Res. 707), H733 [30JA]

Korean War: award Congressional Gold Medal, collectively, to Korean War combat veterans (see H.R. 5222), H7728 [26JY]

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender: commemorate anniversary of Matthew Shepard’s death by preventing hate crimes and discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity and recognize tolerance efforts (see H. Res. 1121), H9430 [12OC]

LGBTQ Pride Month: observance (see H. Res. 972), H5975 [28JN]

Logan S. Palmer Post Office, Harristown, IL: designate (see H.R. 5935), H4692 [23MY]

Medicaid: provide States with option of providing coordinated care for children with medically complex conditions (see H.R. 3325), H9092 [26SE]

——— reauthorize Money Follows the Person Demonstration Program (see H.R. 5306), H3887 [9MY]

Medicare: ensure equal access of beneficiaries to community pharmacies in underserved areas as network pharmacies under Medicare prescription drug coverage (see H.R. 1939), H3210 [12AP]

——— modify payments for certain outpatient surgical services (see H.R. 5804), H3976 [15MY]

——— prohibit prescription drug plan sponsors and Medicare Advantage prescription drug organizations from retroactively reducing payment on clean claims submitted by pharmacies (see H.R. 1038), H3210 [12AP]

——— provide for distribution of additional residency positions to help combat the opioid crisis (see H.R. 5818), H7689 [25JY]

——— provide for negotiation of lower covered part D drug prices on behalf of beneficiaries and establishment and application of a formulary by the Dept. of HHS under part D (see H.R. 4138), H10211 [13DE]

——— require Dept. of HHS to negotiate prices of prescription drugs (see H.R. 6505), H7685 [25JY]

——— require e-prescribing for coverage under part D of prescription drugs that are controlled substances (see H.R. 3528), H1544 [13MR]

——— restructure payment adjustment for non-emergency end-stage renal disease ambulance transports (see H.R. 6269), H9153 [27SE]

——— waive coinsurance for colorectal cancer screening tests, regardless of whether therapeutic intervention is required during the screening (see H.R. 1017), H3059 [5AP]

Medicare/Medicaid: provide equal coverage of in vitro specific IgE tests and percutaneous tests for allergies (see H.R. 5541), H9526 [14NO]

Mining and mineral resources: improve occupational safety law compliance, empower workers to raise concerns, prevent workplace tragedies, and establish rights for workplace accident victims and families (see H.R. 1903), H784 [5FE]

Minorities: improve health of minority individuals (see H.R. 5942), H4693 [23MY]

National Men’s Health Week: observance (see H. Con. Res. 123), H5152 [13JN]

National Park Service: designate certain Federal land in the District of Columbia as the ‘‘Illinois’ Bicentennial Grove’’ (see H.R. 6904), H9089 [26SE]

National Purple Heart Hall of Honor: mint coins in commemoration (see H.R. 1683), H5817 [27JN]

National Vitiligo Awareness Day: designate (see H. Res. 757), H9511 [13NO]

National Women’s History Month: support goals and ideals (see H. Res. 761), H1341 [1MR]

National Workforce Development Month: observance (see H. Res. 1100), H9406 [28SE]

Occupational Safety and Health Act: expand coverage, increase protections for whistleblowers and penalties for violators, disclose safety violations, and clarify employer’s duty to provide a safe worksite (see H.R. 914), H1342 [1MR]

OSHA: clarify when the time period for issuance of certain citations begins and require an employer to make and maintain accurate records of work-related injuries and illnesses (see H.R. 2428), H1335 [27FE] (see H.R. 2428), H1342 [1MR]

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: repeal excise tax on high cost employer-sponsored health coverage (see H.R. 173), H5286 [19JN]

Political campaigns: apply ban on contributions and expenditures by foreign nationals to foreign-controlled, foreign-influenced, and foreign-owned domestic corporations (see H.R. 1615), H7688 [25JY]

——— provide for additional disclosure requirements for corporations, labor organizations, and other entities (see H.R. 6239), H5814 [27JN]

Political ethics: require the President and Vice President to disclose and divest potential financial conflicts of interest and require Presidential appointees to recuse themselves from such matters before their agencies (see H.R. 371), H6650 [23JY]

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month: support goals and ideals (see H. Res. 864), H3783 [7MY]

Postal Service: ensure that the Postal Service remains an independent establishment of the Federal Government and is not subject to privatization (see H. Res. 993), H6559 [18JY]

——— require foreign shipments to provide electronic advance customs data to U.S. Customs and Border Protection on packages entering the U.S. to help stop trafficking of illicit synthetic drugs (see H.R. 1057), H1755 [21MR]

Presidents of the U.S.: require Presidential candidates to develop ethics plans for transition teams (see H.R. 4826), H552 [18JA]

Renewable energy: establish an offshore wind career training grant program (see H.R. 5291), H3097 [10AP]

Russia: combat subversive activities (see H.R. 6437), H6587 [19JY]

——— commend Dept. of Justice investigation of interference in U.S. elections, accept U.S. intelligence on such interference, analyze impact of summit, and implement sanctions (see H. Res. 1015), H6649 [23JY]

——— condemn chemical weapons attack against Sergei Skripal and his daughter, extend sympathies to those affected by the attack, and reaffirm U.S.-British relationship (see H. Res. 786), H2043 [22MR]

——— impose sanctions in response to cyber intrusions, aggression, and destabilizing activities (see H.R. 5216), H1500 [8MR]

Schools: end discrimination based on actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity in public schools (see H.R. 5374), H1754 [21MR]

Science: protect scientific integrity in Federal research and policymaking (see H.R. 1358), H3397 [17AP]

Supreme Court: promulgate a code of ethics for Justices (see H.R. 1960), H6650 [23JY]

Taxation: expand use of Coverdell education savings accounts as lifelong learning accounts to pay for skills training, career-related learning, and professional development (see H.R. 6250), H5815 [27JN]

——— extend and modify the American Opportunity Tax Credit (see H.R. 823), H603 [20JA]

——— extend the exclusion for employer-provided educational assistance to employer payments of qualified education loans (see H.R. 795), H5286 [19JN]

——— increase deduction for certain elementary and secondary school teacher expenses (see H.R. 5814), H3976 [15MY]

——— reduce applicable percentage under the premium assistance tax credit for households with young adults (see H.R. 6432), H6557 [18JY]

——— reform the low-income housing credit (see H.R. 1661), H8727 [13SE]

——— restore tax exemption for advance refunding bonds (see H.R. 5003), H5581 [22JN]

Technology: promote a 21st century artificial intelligence workforce (see H.R. 4829), H552 [18JA]

Travel and tourism: facilitate international travel to the U.S. by reforming visa procedures for certain foreign nationals (see H.R. 6618), H7723 [26JY]

Violence Against Women Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 6545), H7921 [6SE]

Voting: develop best practices for States to use to protect integrity of Federal elections and make election technology improvement grants to States (see H.R. 3751), H6650 [23JY]

——— revise criteria for determining which States and political subdivisions are subject to certain protections against racial discrimination in voting (see H.R. 3239), H7156 [24JY]

Women: combat international violence against women and girls (see H.R. 5034), H1211 [15FE]

——— constitutional amendment to ensure equal rights (see H.J. Res. 33), H1508 [9MR]

Bills and resolutions introduced

Dept. of Defense: require annual reports on research, development, and evaluation capabilities (see H.R. 5741), H3885 [9MY]

Dept. of Education: require institutions of higher education that receive Federal financial assistance to distribute voter registration forms to students enrolled at the institution (see H.R. 5564), H3441 [18AP]

Dept. of HHS: submit biennial plan to reduce rate of maternal mortality (see H.R. 5761), H3929 [10MY]

Executive Office of the President: prohibit enforcement of a nondisclosure agreement if the disclosure of information in violation of the agreement is based on whistleblowing (see H.R. 5351), H1727 [20MR]

——— require employees to make notifications each time the individual is recused from a particular matter relative to acts affecting a personal financial interest (see H.R. 5495), H3209 [12AP]

FCC: reduce number of unlawful robocalls and unlawful spoofed calls received by consumers (see H.R. 7151), H9568 [16NO]

Federal agencies and departments: require Executive agencies to give priority to entities with on-site child care for employees in awarding certain contracts (see H.R. 5401), H2041 [22MR]

——— submit reports on security clearances to individuals by reason of the individuals’ affiliation with hate groups (see H.R. 6359), H6173 [12JY]

National Advocacy Day: observance (see H. Res. 1013), H6649 [23JY]

Taxation: provide a credit for employer-provided job training (see H.R. 5516), H3315 [13AP]

Constitutional authority statements

Dept. of Defense: require annual reports on research, development, and evaluation capabilities (H.R. 5741), H3886 [9MY]

Dept. of Education: require institutions of higher education that receive Federal financial assistance to distribute voter registration forms to students enrolled at the institution (H.R. 5564), H3443 [18AP]

Dept. of HHS: submit biennial plan to reduce rate of maternal mortality (H.R. 5761), H3930 [10MY]

Executive Office of the President: prohibit enforcement of a nondisclosure agreement if the disclosure of information in violation of the agreement is based on whistleblowing (H.R. 5351), H1728 [20MR]

——— require employees to make notifications each time the individual is recused from a particular matter relative to acts affecting a personal financial interest (H.R. 5495), H3210 [12AP]

FCC: reduce number of unlawful robocalls and unlawful spoofed calls received by consumers (H.R. 7151), H9569 [16NO]

Federal agencies and departments: require Executive agencies to give priority to entities with on-site child care for employees in awarding certain contracts (H.R. 5401), H2043 [22MR]

——— submit reports on security clearances to individuals by reason of the individuals’ affiliation with hate groups (H.R. 6359), H6175 [12JY]

Taxation: provide a credit for employer-provided job training (H.R. 5516), H3316 [13AP]

Remarks

Bloomingdale Veterans Memorial Post Office Building, Bloomingdale, IL: designate (H.R. 4574), H3757 [7MY]

Business and industry: tribute to companies for decision to change policies relative to minimum age requirements to purchase firearms, H1355 [5MR]

Career and Technical Education Act: reauthorize (H.R. 2353), H1105 [13FE], H4762 [5JN]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 2353), Senate amendment, H7190, H7194 [25JY]

Chicago, IL: expansion plans for O’Hare International Airport, H1249 [26FE]

Committee on Intelligence (House, Select): release of memo on alleged misuse of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants in investigation of relationship between President Trump’s campaign and Russian officials, H764 [5FE]

Corps of Engineers: improve rivers and harbors and provide for the conservation and development of water and related resources (H.R. 8), H4818, H4819 [6JN]

Dept. of Education: require institutions of higher education that receive Federal financial assistance to distribute voter registration forms to students enrolled at the institution (H.R. 5564), H3493 [24AP]

Dept. of HHS: submit biennial plan to reduce rate of maternal mortality (H.R. 5761), H3958 [15MY]

Dept. of Veterans Affairs: ensure access to health care and support services for veterans, H3757 [7MY]

Education: tribute to career and technical education programs, H1105 [13FE]

Elections: condemn efforts to undermine or distract from investigation of Russian interference in U.S. elections and enhance protections from interference in future elections, H655 [29JA]

Elgin, IL: opening of Greater Elgin Family Care Center, E1007• [12JY]

FAA: reauthorize programs (H.R. 4), H3650 [26AP]

——— require study on economic harm caused by excessive aircraft noise on communities and businesses near major airports, H3650 [26AP]

Federal agencies and departments: require Executive agencies to give priority to entities with on-site child care for employees in awarding certain contracts (H.R. 5401), H1682 [19MR]

——— submit reports on security clearances to individuals by reason of the individuals’ affiliation with hate groups (H.R. 6359), H6244 [16JY]

Firearms: gun control, H1355 [5MR]

GAO: report on improving Corps of Engineers workforce capacity and preparedness, H4818, H4819 [6JN]

Hindu American Foundation: tribute to support for victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, FL, H1719 [20MR]

Immigration: authorize cancellation of removal and adjustment of status of certain aliens who are long-term U.S. residents and who entered the U.S. as children (H.R. 3440), H398 [16JA]

——— limit separation of families at or near ports of entry (H.R. 6135), H5274 [19JN]

Indian Business Association: tribute, E1019• [17JY]

J. Elliott Williams Post Office Building, Fort Mill, SC: designate (H.R. 4301), H3756 [7MY]

Kavanaugh, Brett M.: nomination to be Supreme Court Justice, H6032 [10JY]

Korea, Republic of: tribute to upcoming peace talks involving the U.S., North Korea, and South Korea, H3083 [10AP]

Martin Luther King, Jr., Day: observance, H7 [8JA]

Marvin Gaye Post Office, Los Angeles, CA: designate (H.R. 1496), H3756 [7MY]

Maurice D. Hinchey Post Office Building, Saugerties, NY: designate (H.R. 4722), H3758 [7MY]

Mueller, Robert S., III: special counsel investigation of relationship between President Trump’s campaign and Russian officials, H6634 [23JY]

Princeton University: tribute to M.S. Center for Global India, E535• [25AP]

Sergeant First Class Alwyn Crendall Cashe Post Office Building, Oviedo, FL: designate (H.R. 4840), H3759 [7MY]

Taxation: provide a credit for employer-provided job training (H.R. 5516), H3330 [16AP]

Whitaker, Matthew G.: appointment as acting Attorney General, H9507 [13NO]

YDS Chicago (organization): tribute, E1117• [3AU]

Tributes

Karunamayi, Amma S., E975• [6JY]

Karunamayi, Sri (Amma), E986• [10JY]

Manilow, Lewis, E178• [13FE]

Minow, Newton, E173• [13FE]

Shankar, Ravi, E480• [17AP]

Swami Vivekananda, E1288• [25SE]

Viswanathan, Shanthi, H1719 [20MR], E401• [5AP]