UDALL, TOM (a Senator from New Mexico)

UDALL, TOM (a Senator from New Mexico)

Amendments

Dept. of Agriculture: reform and continue agricultural and other programs (H.R. 2), S4435, S4443, S4447, S4448, S4452, S4454 [26JN], S4515, S4653, S4654, S4661, S4665, S4670 [27JN], S4714, S4736, S4737 [28JN]

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 5515), S3308, S3364, S3367, S3374 [7JN], S3625, S3687 [11JN], S3847 [12JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 6157), S5697 [16AU], S5725 [20AU], S5772, S5773, S5775, S5785, S5786 [21AU], S5833, S5837, S5851, S5862 [22AU], S5904 [23AU]

Dept. of Justice: establish a permanent background check system for employees and volunteers of organizations who serve children, the elderly, or the disabled (H.R. 695), S7936 [19DE]

Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 6147), S5273, S5301, S5302 [24JY], S5339, S5388 [25JY], S5425, S5437 [26JY], S5462 [30JY], S5501, S5502, S5519 [31JY]

Economy: promote economic growth, provide tailored regulatory relief, and enhance consumer protections (S. 2155), S1472, S1475 [7MR], S1585, S1614 [8MR], S1640 [12MR]

Energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 5895), S4040, S4042, S4056 [19JN], S4335, S4345 [21JN]

FBI: use Rapid DNA instruments to inform decisions about pretrial release or detention and their conditions, solve and prevent crime, exonerate the innocent, and prevent DNA analysis backlog (S. 139), S254, S255 [17JA]

GPO: restrict distribution of free printed copies of the Federal Register to Members of Congress and other officers and employees of the U.S. (H.R. 195), S351 [19JA]

Pesticides: improve pesticide registration and certain other activities and extend and modify fee authorities (H.R. 1029), S4770, S4807 [28JN]

Taxation: allow premium tax credit relative to unsubsidized Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) continuation coverage (H.R. 2579), S1124, S1125, S1126 [14FE], S1172, S1175, S1185 [15FE]

Appointments

Conferee: H.R. 6147, Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies and financial services and general Government appropriations, S6101 [6SE]

Articles and editorials

EPA Workforce Shrinking to Reagan-Era Levels—Agency Official, Eric Walsh, Reuters (news service), S2100 [12AP]

How Much Has ‘Climate Change’ Been Scrubbed From Federal Websites? A Lot, Coral Davenport, New York (NY) Times, S2099 [12AP]

Bills and resolutions cosponsored

Africa: promote economic growth through conservation and biodiversity programs that facilitate cooperation, improve natural resource management, and protect and preserve threatened wildlife in Okavango River Basin (see S. 3196), S4916 [11JY]

Akaka, Daniel K.: tribute (see S. Res. 455), S2040 [10AP]

American Eagle Day: designate (see S. Res. 553), S4281 [20JN]

Animals: prohibit animal fighting in U.S. territories (see S. 2971), S6414 [1OC]

Annapolis (MD) Capital Gazette: commemorate lives of victims and honor survivors and families of victims of shooting, commend bravery of staff, express gratitude to first responders, and respect role of journalism (see S. Res. 575), S4951 [12JY]

Armed Forces: exclude receipt of basic allowance for housing for members in determining eligibility for certain Federal benefits (see S. 2488), S1316 [1MR]

——— making continuing appropriations for military pay and death benefits, including Reserve components and supporting civilian and contractor personnel, during a Government shutdown (see S. 2328), S348 [19JA]

BIA: establish a demonstration program regarding background checks for certain employees (see S. 3755), S7586 [13DE]

Black History Month: observance (see S. Res. 413), S1165 [15FE]

BLM: provide that extraction of helium from gas produced under a Federal mineral lease shall maintain the lease as if the helium were oil and gas (see S. 1572), S2121 [12AP]

Bureau of the Census: provide advanced notice to Congress before changing any questions on the decennial census (see S. 2578), S2014 [9AP]

Bush, Barbara Pierce: tribute (see S. Res. 485), S2440 [25AP]

Bush, George: tribute (see S. Res. 715), S7319 [5DE]

CDC: authorize appropriations for firearms safety or gun violence prevention research (see S. 834), S1244 [27FE]

Central America: manage violence and humanitarian crisis in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras by addressing migration factors, smugglers, and traffickers, and expanding refugee processing programs (see S. 3540), S6438 [2OC]

Chavez, Cesar E.: tribute (see S. Res. 441), S1948 [22MR]

Cinco de Mayo: observance (see S. Res. 497), S2485 [26AP]

Civil liberties: protect rights of citizens to transport knives interstate, notwithstanding patchwork of local and State prohibitions (see S. 1092), S2725 [16MY]

Climate: express that climate change is real and human activity is the main cause, convey impact on frequency and severity of extreme weather, end misinformation campaigns, and provide NSF grants on climate change education (see S. Res. 573), S4951 [12JY]

——— recognize and accept findings of U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Fourth National Climate Assessment and call for reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in line with such findings (see S. Res. 708), S7133 [27NO]

Corp. for National and Community Service: recognize contributions of Americorps members and alumni to the lives of the people of the U.S. (see S. Res. 434), S1766 [15MR]

Courts: eliminate mandatory arbitration clauses in employment, consumer, civil rights, and antitrust cases (see S. 2591), S1947 [22MR]

Credit: improve regulation of ‘‘payday’’ lending by ensuring consumers control their own bank accounts, increasing transparency, and banning lead generators and anonymously registered websites in payday lending (see S. 2417), S907 [13FE]

Crime: expedite disposition of animals seized in animal fighting or gambling cases (see S. 2633), S2775 [17MY]

Dept. of Agriculture: disincentivize conversion of native sod to cropland by reducing crop insurance premium subsidy assistance and guaranteed yields of insured crops (see S. 1913), S4369 [25JN]

——— enter into self-determination contracts with Indian tribes and tribal organizations to carry out Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (see S. 3046), S3601 [11JN]

——— extend authority to make loans to certain entities for housing and buildings on adequate farms and provide technical assistance to improve access by tribal entities to rural development programs (see S. 2489), S4036 [19JN]

——— provide for State and tribal regulation of hemp production (see S. 2667), S2322 [19AP]

——— reauthorize Outreach and Assistance for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers and Veteran Farmers and Ranchers Program (see S. 2839), S2678 [15MY]

——— reform and continue agricultural and other programs for Native Americans (see S. 2804), S2552 [8MY]

Dept. of Education: address and take action to prevent bullying and harassment of students in schools (see S. 2572), S7243 [29NO]

——— establish a student loan forgiveness plan for certain borrowers who are employed at a qualified farm or ranch (see S. 2682), S2218 [17AP]

——— permanently reauthorize mandatory funding programs for historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions (see S. 3467), S6223 [18SE]

Dept. of HHS: award grants to train health care professionals to treat opioid addiction and other substance use disorders using technology-enabled models (see S. 2606), S1947 [22MR]

——— ensure medications are affordable through increasing transparency, spurring innovation, and protecting competition (see S. 3411), S6038 [5SE]

——— reauthorize, improve, and make Indian tribes eligible for State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis Grants (see S. 2437), S1164 [15FE]

——— require States and their designees receiving grants for suicide early intervention and prevention strategies to consult with Indian tribes and organizations (see S. 3460), S6223 [18SE]

Dept. of Homeland Security: establish pilot programs for, and develop policies on, use of body-worn cameras by officers and agents of U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (see S. 3538), S6926 [13NO]

——— grant lawful permanent resident status to aliens from certain countries who meet specific eligibility requirements (see S. 2144), S3294 [7JN]

——— require border patrol and immigration enforcement agents document all stops and searches of persons suspected of being in the U.S. illegally and make such information publicly available (see S. 2832), S2623 [10MY]

Dept. of Justice: reauthorize Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Program Secure Our Schools grant program (see S. 2495), S1338 [5MR]

——— reduce prisoner recidivism, promote public safety, and improve fairness in sentencing of Federal crimes (see S. 3649), S7790 [18DE]

——— review, revise, and develop law enforcement and justice protocols to address missing and murdered Native Americans (see S. 1942), S6965 [14NO]

Dept. of Labor: provide increased labor law protections for agricultural workers (see S. 3131), S4369 [25JN]

Dept. of State: establish a Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Peoples in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (see S. 3020), S7191 [28NO]

——— extend President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) (see S. 3476), S6306 [25SE]

Dept. of the Interior: provide further self-governance by Indian tribes (see S. 2515), S1452 [7MR]

——— reauthorize grants for and require applied water supply research regarding water resources research and technology institutes (see S. 451), S2440 [25AP]

Dept. of Veterans Affairs: establish Advisory Committee on Tribal and Indian Affairs (see S. 3269), S5360 [25JY]

District of Columbia: statehood (see S. 1278), S3294 [7JN]

Doby, Lawrence E.: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (see S. 802), S7242 [29NO]

EPA: provide for technical assistance for small water treatment works (see S. 518), S521 [25JA]

——— support vehicle emissions standards and policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and oil usage and recognize rights of States to set stronger standards under the Clean Air Act (see S. Con. Res. 42), S5583 [1AU]

FAA: establish an aviation maintenance workforce development pilot program (see S. 2506), S2794 [21MY]

FCC: disapprove rule on net neutrality (see S.J. Res. 52), S1243 [27FE]

——— lengthen statute of limitations for enforcing robocall violations (see S. 2694), S2261 [18AP]

FDA: preserve effectiveness of medically important antimicrobials used in treatment of animal diseases in order to minimize development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria (see S. 629), S2391 [24AP]

FEC: require additional disclosures relative to donations to the Presidential Inaugural Committee (see S. 2695), S2261 [18AP]

Federal agencies and departments: allow payments from Spectrum Relocation Fund for costs of spectrum research and development and planning activities (see S. 3010), S3035 [6JN]

Federal Labor Relations Authority: ensure public sector employees are able to form and join unions and enter into a written contract with employers and reaffirm policy to encourage collective bargaining (see S. 3151), S6144 [12SE]

Firearms: improve National Instant Criminal Background Check System by increasing Federal and State reporting requirements (see S. 2135), S1631 [12MR]

——— prohibit transfer or possession of large capacity ammunition feeding devices (see S. 1945), S1244 [27FE]

Forest Service: provide lasting protection for inventoried roadless areas within the National Forest System (see S. 3333), S5582 [1AU]

——— reauthorize Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Fund (see S. 2811), S2594 [9MY]

Freedom of religion: ensure laws intended to protect religious freedom do not infringe upon laws intended to protect civil rights (see S. 2918), S7191 [28NO]

Freedom of the press: condemn decision by President Trump to ban journalists from certain events and attacks on the media, and affirm role of the media to hold Government officials accountable without fear of reprisal (see S. Res. 601), S5583 [1AU]

FTC: prohibit circumvention of control measures used by Internet retailers to ensure equitable consumer access to products (see S. 3639), S7050 [15NO]

——— prohibit unfair and deceptive practice of commercial sexual orientation or gender identity conversion therapy (see S. 928), S7191 [28NO]

Global Partnership for Education (organization): support U.S. role in promoting children’s access to quality education (see S. Res. 286), S2076 [11AP]

GSA: incorporate bird-safe building materials and design features into public buildings (see S. 1920), S188 [16JA]

Hispanic Americans: recognize heritage, culture, and contributions of Latinas in the U.S. (see S. Res. 428), S1578 [8MR]

Hispanic Heritage Month: observance (see S. Res. 655), S6342 [26SE]

Horse Protection Act: designate additional unlawful acts, strengthen penalties for violations, and improve Dept. of Agriculture enforcement (see S. 2957), S6439 [2OC]

Immigration: limit separation of families at or near ports of entry (see S. 3036), S3293 [7JN]

——— protect children affected by immigration enforcement actions or proceedings against their parents (see S. 2937), S2877 [23MY]

——— provide access to counsel for unaccompanied alien children (see S. 2468), S3761 [12JN]

Indianapolis (U.S.S.): award a Congressional Gold Medal to the crew (see S. 2101), S5004 [17JY]

Insurance: cap prescription drug cost-sharing (see S. 3194), S4916 [11JY]

——— disapprove rule on definition of short-term limited duration insurance for purposes of its exclusion from the definition of individual health insurance coverage (see S.J. Res. 63), S6060 [6SE]

——— ensure that health insurance issuers and group health plans do not prohibit pharmacy providers from providing certain information to enrollees (see S. 2554), S6190 [17SE]

IRS: disapprove rule ending requirement of tax-exempt organizations who engage in political activity to disclose personally identifiable information about their contributors as part of annual returns (see S.J. Res. 64), S6542 [4OC]

Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of: call for dismantling of labor camp system, investigate crimes against humanity, end human rights abuses, and allow monitoring of prisoner rehabilitation (see S. Res. 481), S5832 [22AU]

Labor Management Relations Act: amend (see S. 3064), S3906 [13JN]

Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act: amend (see S. 3064), S3906 [13JN]

Law enforcement: assist State and local jurisdictions with processing unidentified remains and resolving missing persons cases and expand rescue and apprehension capabilities along U.S.-Mexico border (see S. 3719), S7356 [6DE]

Laxalt, Paul: tribute (see S. Res. 609), S5692 [16AU]

LGBTQ Pride Month: observance (see S. Res. 563), S4734 [28JN]

McCain, John: tribute (see S. Res. 619), S5954 [27AU]

Medicare: establish part E public health plans available to everyone (see S. 2708), S2262 [18AP]

——— waive coinsurance for colorectal cancer screening tests, regardless of whether therapeutic intervention is required during the screening (see S. 479), S2041 [10AP]

Melcher, John: tribute (see S. Res. 474), S2262 [18AP]

Military Retiree Appreciation Day: designate (see S. Res. 377), S521 [25JA]

Miller, Zell: tribute (see S. Res. 454), S2040 [10AP]

NASA: award Congressional Gold Medals to Katherine Johnson and Christine Darden and posthumously to Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson for contributions during the ‘‘Space Race’’ (see S. 3321), S6439 [2OC]

National Bison Day: designate (see S. Res. 698), S7051 [15NO]

National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls: designate (see S. Res. 401), S875 [12FE]

National Day of the American Cowboy: designate (see S. Res. 589), S5267 [24JY]

National Democracy Month: designate (see S. Res. 525), S5832 [22AU]

National FFA Organization: amend charter (see S. 2432), S6225 [18SE]

National Labor Relations Act: amend (see S. 3064), S3906 [13JN]

National Law Enforcement Museum: mint coins in commemoration of opening (see S. 2863), S6817 [11OC]

National Native American Heritage Month: observance (see S. Res. 702), S7052 [15NO]

National parks and recreation areas: make America the Beautiful—National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass available at a discount to veterans (see S. 521), S110 [9JA]

National Teacher Appreciation Week: observance (see S. Res. 505), S2623 [10MY]

National Tribal Colleges and Universities Week: designate (see S. Res. 400), S851 [9FE]

National Voting Rights Month: designate (see S. Res. 626), S6143 [12SE]

Native American Heritage Day: observance (see S. Res. 702), S7052 [15NO]

Native Americans: allow tribal grant school employees to participate in the Federal Employee Health Benefits program and Federal Employees Group Life Insurance program (see S. 3030), S5424 [26JY]

——— anniversary of Civil Rights Act provisions affording American Indians and Alaska Natives the right to vote (see S. Res. 631), S6223 [18SE]

——— authorize a special behavioral health program for Indians (see S. 2545), S1735 [14MR]

——— extend jurisdiction of tribal courts to cover crimes involving sexual violence (see S. 3216), S4965 [16JY]

——— tribute to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian women (see S. Res. 444), S1948 [22MR]

Nuclear weapons: designate a national day of remembrance for workers of the U.S. nuclear weapons program (see S. Res. 682), S6816 [11OC]

Office of Government Ethics: reform (see S. 2919), S2835 [22MY]

Parkland, FL: condemn shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, express condolences to friends and family of victims, and commend first responders (see S. Res. 421), S1316 [1MR]

Pioneer Day: observe anniversary of arrival of early members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the Great Salt Lake Valley in Utah (see S. Res. 590), S5267 [24JY]

Pittsburgh, PA: condemn shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue and rising anti-Semitism, honor those killed, support those who were injured, offer condolences to those affected, and commend first responders (see S. Res. 694), S7051 [15NO]

Political campaigns: provide for additional disclosure requirements for corporations, labor organizations, and other entities (see S. 3150), S4512 [27JN]

Postal Service: ensure that the Postal Service remains an independent establishment of the Federal Government and is not subject to privatization (see S. Res. 633), S6223 [18SE]

Presidents of the U.S.: require Presidential candidates to develop ethics plans for transition teams (see S. 2321), S300 [18JA]

Santa Fe, TX: condemn shooting at Sante Fe High School, express condolences to friends and family of victims, and commend first responders (see S. Res. 521), S2878 [23MY]

Schools: end discrimination based on actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity in public schools (see S. 2584), S1875 [21MR]

Senate Legal Counsel: authorize representation of the Senate in Texas v. U.S., No. 4—18-cv-00167-O (N.D. Tex.) (see S. Res. 581), S5108 [19JY] (see S. Res. 734), S7926 [19DE]

Small Business Saturday: designate (see S. Res. 692), S7051 [15NO]

Social Security: repeal Government pension offset and windfall elimination provisions (see S. 915), S6277 [24SE]

Taxation: extend the exclusion for employer-provided educational assistance to employer payments of qualified education loans (see S. 796), S6143 [12SE]

——— require tax-exempt organizations who engage in political activity to disclose personally identifiable information about their contributors as part of annual returns (see S. 3284), S5423 [26JY]

Technology: improve coordination and use of geospatial data (see S. 2128), S5455 [30JY]

Tobacco products: include e-cigarettes in smoking bans in schools, clarify that educational assistance can be used for e-cigarette prevention by schools, and authorize studies in e-cigarette use prevention (see S. 3701), S7275 [4DE]

Venezuela: call for postponement of elections until electoral process and voting is determined to be free and fair and condemn undemocratic activities and human rights violations of officials (see S. Res. 414), S2795 [21MY]

Voting: develop academic curriculum on importance, history of suppression, and current restrictive laws, issue stamp recognizing efforts supporting the right to vote, and promote elections and automatic registration (see S. Res. 626), S6143 [12SE]

Water: provide that water right owners may use the water for cultivation of industrial hemp in States where it is legal (see S. 1576), S300 [18JA]

White Sands National Park: establish (see S. 2797), S2517 [7MY]

Wildfires: provide regulatory relief for agricultural producers and community banks, improve disaster assessments by accounting for all damages, and encourage Federal-State collaboration (see S. 2299), S168 [11JA]

World Refugee Day: observance (see S. Res. 552), S4281 [20JN]

World War II: award a Congressional Gold Medal to Chinese American veterans in recognition of dedicated service (see S. 1050), S5361 [25JY]

Bills and resolutions introduced

Dept. of Agriculture: improve child nutrition in tribal areas (see S. 2409), S840 [8FE]

——— modify certain requirements for farm ownership loan eligibility (see S. 2685), S2218 [17AP]

Dept. of Education: establish a Federal student loan restructured repayment schedule for certain borrowers who are agricultural producers (see S. 2684), S2218 [17AP]

Dept. of HHS: authorize grants for local care corps programs through which qualified volunteers provide care, companionship, and other services to seniors and individuals in need (see S. 3608), S6816 [11OC]

Dept. of the Treasury: make Reclamation Water Settlements Fund permanent (see S. 3168), S4734 [28JN]

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 S. Res. 473), S2262 [18AP]

——— reform renewable fuel standard by mitigating harmful environmental impacts and advancing the next generation of biofuels (see S. 2519), S1577 [8MR]

FCC: make Wi-Fi access on schoolbuses eligible for support from FCC Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support (E-rate) program (see S. 2958), S2923 [24MY]

Indian Child Welfare Act: anniversary (see S. Res. 707), S7133 [27NO]

Iran: limit use of funds for military operations in or against Iran (see S. 3517), S6342 [26SE]

National Public Health Week: support goals and ideals (see S. Res. 462), S2120 [12AP]

Native Americans: protect voting rights by increasing access and boosting registration, education, and election participation in tribal communities and eliminating discriminatory barriers (see S. 3543), S6495 [3OC]

New Mexico: provide withdrawal and protection of certain Federal land (see S. 2907), S2835 [22MY]

Public lands: protect Presidentially designated national monuments, establish National Monument Enhancement Fund, and designate certain lands in New Mexico and Nevada as wilderness (see S. 2354), S581 [30JA]

Route 66 National Historic Trail: designate (see S. 3609), S6816 [11OC]

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: establish National Wildlife Corridors Program and other initiatives to protect and restore native fish, wildlife, and plant species and their habitats (see S. 3715), S7356 [6DE]

Privilege of the floor

Adebayo, Olubukola, S6031 [4SE]

Youn, Christina, S6031 [4SE]

Remarks

Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies programs: making appropriations, S5530 [1AU]

Amtrak: long-distance passenger rail routes funding, S5339 [25JY]

Armed Forces: restrict use of funds for kinetic military operations in North Korea (S. 2047), S1820 [20MR]

Climate: effects of climate change, S1677 [13MR], S6016 [4SE]

——— efforts of fossil fuel industry to deny and discredit science behind climate change, S2378 [24AP]

——— impact of climate change on drought conditions, S1677 [13MR]

——— impact of climate change on wildlife, S6016 [4SE]

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, S667 [7FE]

Dept. of the Interior: clarify use of amounts in the White Mountain Apache Tribe Settlement Fund (S. 140), House amendment, S2188 [16AP]

Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 6147), S5125 [23JY], S5339 [25JY], S5530 [1AU]

Depts. of Transportation and HUD and related agencies: making appropriations, S5339 [25JY], S5530 [1AU]

Diné College: anniversary, S5357 [25JY]

Elections: condemn efforts to undermine or distract from investigation of Russian interference in U.S. elections and enhance protections from interference in future elections, S667 [7FE], S1258 [28FE]

FCC: make Wi-Fi access on schoolbuses eligible for support from FCC Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support (E-rate) program (S. 2958), S2935 [24MY]

Financial services and general Government: making appropriations, S5125 [23JY], S5530 [1AU]

Grand Canyon National Park: unveiling of plaque honoring Morris K. Udall and Senator McCain, S2000 [9AP]

Immigration: oppose zero tolerance policy that prosecutes all adults entering the U.S. illegally and leads to family separation for parents attempting to enter with children, S4496 [27JN]

——— proposed construction of continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, S7771–S7773 [18DE]

Kavanaugh, Brett M.: nomination to be Supreme Court Justice, S6524 [4OC], S6626 [5OC]

——— suitability to be Supreme Court Justice relative to sexual misconduct allegations, S6524 [4OC], S6626 [5OC]

Kennedy, Anthony M.: announcement of retirement from Supreme Court, S4496 [27JN]

Koch, Charles: impact of contributions on efforts to discredit scientific research behind climate change, S2378 [24AP]

Koch, David H.: impact of contributions on efforts to discredit scientific research behind climate change, S2378 [24AP]

Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act: reauthorize (S. 1895), S2189 [16AP]

Political campaigns: impact and influence of money and corporations in elections, S2378 [24AP]

——— reform campaign finance system, establish nonpartisan redistricting commissions to draw congressional districts, establish automatic voter registration, and reduce certain conflicts of interest (S. 1880), S2379 [24AP]

Pruitt, E. Scott: assessment of tenure as EPA Administrator, S2098, S2100 [12AP]

Trump, President: evaluation of administration relative to foreign policy, S1819 [20MR]

——— evaluation of climate change policies, S1677 [13MR]

Wheeler, Andrew: nomination to be EPA Deputy Administrator, S2098, S2100 [12AP]

Whitehouse, Senator: tribute to ongoing floor speeches on climate change, S1677 [13MR]

Texts of

S. 2958, make Wi-Fi access on schoolbuses eligible for support from FCC Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support (E-rate), S2935 [24MY]

Tributes

Draper, Teddy, Sr., S5126 [23JY]

Gonzalez, Pedro, S5127 [23JY]

Heitkamp, Senator, S7403 [11DE]

Patterson, David E., Sr., S5127 [23JY]

Pedroza, Olga, S5449 [30JY]

Willie, George B., Sr., S5262 [24JY]