APPROPRIATIONS related term(s) Budget-U.S.

APPROPRIATIONS related term(s) Budget—U.S.

Amendments

Abortion: prohibit taxpayer funded abortions (S. 109), S279 [16JA]

Budget: increase, and establish caps for, defense and non-defense discretionary spending in establishing a congressional budget for 2020 (H.R. 2021), consideration (H. Res. 294), H3147 [9AP]

——— provide for budget enforcement and limit advance appropriations (H. Res. 293), adopt (H. Res. 294), H3147 [9AP]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), S5202, S5203 [30JY], S5260 [31JY], S5287 [1AU], H7440 [25JY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), consideration (H. Res. 519), H7395 [25JY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2024 (S. Con. Res. 12), S2650 [6MY]

Committee on the Climate Crisis (House, Select): authorizing expenditures (H. Res. 86), adopt (H. Res. 105), H1402 [7FE]

Committee on the Modernization of Congress (House, Select): authorizing expenditures (H. Res. 86), adopt (H. Res. 105), H1402 [7FE]

Continuing: making (H.J. Res. 28), S682, S683 [25JA], H1215 [25JA]

——— making (H.R. 21), consideration (H. Res. 5), H15 [3JA]

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 2500), H5533, H5534, H5535, H5537, H5538, H5541, H5542, H5543, H5544, H5546, H5547, H5549, H5550, H5551, H5552, H5554, H5555, H5557, H5558, H5559, H5560, H5561, H5562, H5563, H5564, H5565, H5566, H5568, H5571, H5572, H5573, H5574, H5575 [10JY], H5595, H5596, H5598, H5600, H5601, H5603, H5616, H5618, H5620, H5622, H5624, H5625, H5626, H5627, H5628, H5629, H5631, H5632, H5634, H5636, H5641, H5642, H5644, H5646, H5647, H5650, H5651, H5652, H5655, H5656, H5657, H5658, H5659, H5660, H5661, H5662, H5663, H5664, H5665, H5666, H5667, H5668, H5669, H5673, H5674, H5675, H5676, H5677, H5678, H5679, H5680, H5681, H5682, H5683, H5684, H5685, H5686, H5687, H5688, H5689, H5690, H5691, H5692, H5693, H5694, H5695, H5696, H5697, H5698, H5700, H5701, H5702, H5703, H5704, H5708, H5710, H5711, H5712, H5713, H5714, H5718, H5719, H5721, H5722, H5723 [11JY], H5733, H5734, H5735, H5737, H5740 [12JY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 2500), consideration (H. Res. 476), H5323 [10JY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1790), S3371, S3372, S3373, S3374, S3375, S3376, S3377, S3378, S3379, S3380, S3381, S3389, S3390, S3391, S3392, S3393, S3396, S3397, S3398, S3399, S3400, S3401, S3402, S3406, S3407, S3410, S3411, S3412, S3413, S3414, S3415, S3416, S3417, S3418, S3419, S3422, S3423, S3424, S3432, S3433, S3434, S3435, S3436, S3437, S3438, S3439, S3443, S3444, S3445, S3446, S3447, S3448 [12JN], S3488, S3489, S3490, S3491, S3492, S3493, S3494, S3495, S3496, S3497, S3498, S3499, S3500, S3501, S3502, S3503, S3504, S3505, S3506, S3507, S3508, S3509, S3510, S3511, S3512, S3513, S3514, S3515, S3516, S3517, S3518, S3520, S3521, S3522, S3527, S3528, S3533, S3534, S3537, S3538, S3539, S3541, S3542, S3573, S3574, S3575, S3576, S3578, S3579, S3583, S3584, S3585, S3586, S3587, S3591, S3592, S3593, S3594, S3595, S3596, S3597, S3598, S3599, S3600, S3601, S3602, S3603, S3604, S3614, S3615, S3616, S3617, S3618 [13JN], S3660, S3661, S3662, S3667, S3668, S3678, S3681, S3682, S3683, S3687, S3688, S3689, S3691, S3692, S3693, S3694, S3695, S3696, S3698, S3699, S3701, S3702, S3706, S3707, S3708, S3709, S3714, S3715, S3718, S3719, S3720, S3750, S3752, S3753, S3754, S3755, S3757, S3758, S3759, S3760, S3761, S3770, S3774, S3802, S3803 [18JN], S3851, S3852, S3853, S3855, S4093, S4094, S4096, S4097, S4098, S4099, S4100, S4101, S4102, S4103, S4104 [19JN], S4180, S4183, S4184, S4185, S4186, S4187, S4188, S4189, S4190, S4191, S4192, S4193, S4194 [20JN], S4202, S4452, S4453, S4463, S4464, S4465, S4466, S4467, S4468, S4469 [24JN], S4511, S4512, S4513, S4514, S4515, S4516, S4517, S4518, S4519 [25JN], S4580, S4584 [26JN], S4619 [27JN]

Dept. of HHS: revise and extend Poison Center Network Grant Program (S. 1199), S4969 [22JY]

Dept. of Homeland Security: extend Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (H.R. 251), S279 [16JA], H696 [17JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), consideration (H. Res. 5), H15 [3JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), S683, S684 [25JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), consideration of conference report (H. Res. 131), H2015 [14FE]

Dept. of Justice: extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (H.R. 1327), S4954, S4955 [18JY], S4996, S4997 [23JY]

——— extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (H.R. 1327), consideration (H. Res. 476), H5323 [10JY]

——— reauthorize Bulletproof Vest Partnership (S. 1231), S2837 [14MY]

——— reauthorize DNA Backlog Reduction Program (S. 820), S2946 [16MY]

——— reauthorize Juvenile Accountability Block Grants program (H.R. 494), H1431 [7FE]

Dept. of the Interior: assess sanitation and safety conditions at BIA facilities built to provide Columbia River Treaty tribes access to traditional fishing grounds and expend funds to improve those conditions (S. 50), S4639, S4649 [27JN]

Depts. of Commerce, Justice, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, HUD, and VA, FDA, EPA, science, and military construction: making appropriations (H.R. 3055), H4780, H4804, H4877, H4878, H4879, H4880, H4883, H4884, H4885, H4886, H4888, H4889, H4890, H4891, H4892, H4893, H4894, H4895, H4896 [19JN], H4930, H4931, H4932, H4933, H4934, H4935, H4936, H4937, H4938, H4939, H4940, H4941, H4943, H4944, H4945, H4948, H4949, H4951, H4952, H4953, H4954, H4956, H4959, H4960, H4962, H4963, H4965, H4966, H4967, H4968, H4970, H4971, H4972, H4974, H4975, H4976, H4977 [20JN], H5011, H5012, H5013, H5015, H5016, H5017, H5018, H5019 [21JN], H5047, H5049, H5050, H5052, H5053, H5055, H5056, H5058, H5059, H5060, H5061, H5064, H5065, H5066, H5067 [24JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3055), consideration (H. Res. 445), H4787 [19JN]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2740), H4530, H4531, H4532, H4533, H4534, H4535, H4536, H4537, H4538, H4540, H4541, H4543, H4545, H4547, H4548, H4559, H4560, H4561, H4562, H4563, H4564, H4565, H4566, H4567, H4568, H4569, H4570, H4571, H4573, H4574, H4575, H4577, H4578, H4579, H4580, H4604, H4605, H4606, H4607, H4608, H4609, H4610, H4611, H4612, H4613, H4614, H4615, H4616, H4617, H4618, H4619, H4620, H4621, H4622, H4623 [12JN], H4633, H4634, H4635, H4636, H4638, H4639, H4640, H4641, H4644, H4645, H4646, H4647, H4648, H4649, H4673, H4676, H4677, H4679, H4680, H4681, H4682, H4683, H4684, H4685, H4686 [13JN], H4710, H4711, H4715, H4716, H4717, H4718, H4720, H4721, H4722, H4723, H4724, H4725, H4726, H4727, H4728, H4729, H4738, H4739, H4741, H4743, H4745, H4746, H4748, H4750 [18JN], H4789 [19JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), consideration (H. Res. 431), H4409 [11JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), consideration (H. Res. 436), H4452 [12JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), consideration (H. Res. 445), H4787 [19JN]

Disasters: making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), S327, S474 [22JA], S499, S520, S521, S529, S530, S531, S532, S539 [23JA], S592, S614, S615, S616, S617, S618, S624, S631, S638, S639, S645, S652, S658 [24JA], S1991, S1998 [26MR], S2058, S2060 [27MR], S2065, S2095, S2096, S2097 [28MR], S2135, S2136, S2137, S2143, S2150, S2157, S2158, S2159 [1AP], S2195 [2AP], S2244 [3AP], S2446 [11AP], H646, H647, H649, H650, H651, H652, H653, H654, H655, H656, H658 [16JA]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), consideration (H. Res. 43), H624 [16JA]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), S3118 [23MY], H3700, H3701, H3702, H3703, H3704, H3705, H3706, H3708, H3709 [10MY], H4184 [3JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), consideration (H. Res. 357), H3518 [9MY]

Financial services and general Government: making appropriations (H.R. 3351), H5130, H5131, H5132, H5133, H5134, H5135, H5136 [25JN], H5177, H5179, H5180, H5183, H5184, H5185, H5186, H5187, H5188, H5196 [26JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3351), consideration (H. Res. 460), H5099 [25JN]

Health: reduce prescription drug prices, facilitate entry of generic and biosimilar products into the market, strengthen Federal exchanges, and reverse extension of short-term health plans (H.R. 987), H3873, H3874, H3876, H3877, H3878, H3879, H3880, H3882, H3883, H3884, H3885, H3886, H3887, H3888, H3889, H3891, H3892, H3893, H3894, H3896, H3897, H3898, H3900, H3901 [16MY]

——— reduce prescription drug prices, facilitate entry of generic and biosimilar products into the market, strengthen Federal exchanges, and reverse extension of short-term health plans (H.R. 987), consideration (H. Res. 377), H3811 [15MY]

House Rules: allow consideration of motions to suspend rules and consider certain legislation (H. Res. 389), H4030 [21MY]

——— same-day consideration of resolutions allowing consideration of certain legislation (H. Res. 122), H1541 [13FE]

——— same-day consideration of resolutions allowing consideration of certain legislation (H. Res. 389), H4030 [21MY]

Immigration: making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), S4542, S4581, S4583 [26JN], H5246 [27JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), consideration (H. Res. 462), H5145 [25JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), consideration of Senate amendment (H. Res. 466), H5242 [27JN]

Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3494), H5887, H5888, H5889, H5890, H5891, H5892, H5894, H5895, H5896, H5898, H5899, H5900, H5901, H5902, H5903, H5904, H5905, H5906, H5907, H5908, H5909 [16JY]

——— authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3494), consideration (H. Res. 491), H5843 [16JY]

Middle East: improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), S702, S723 [28JA], S732, S746, S747, S748, S749, S752, S753, S754 [29JA], S771, S772, S773 [30JA], S789, S812, S813, S814 [31JA], S830, S836 [4FE]

Natural resources: improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), S872 [5FE], S926, S996, S1007, S1008, S1009, S1010, S1011, S1016, S1017, S1018, S1019, S1021, S1022 [6FE], S1031, S1101, S1109, S1143, S1145, S1146, S1147 [7FE], S1160, S1161, S1170, S1171, S1172, S1173, S1174 [11FE], S1281 [12FE]

Public debt: suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), S5202, S5203 [30JY], S5260 [31JY], S5287 [1AU], H7440 [25JY]

——— suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), consideration (H. Res. 519), H7395 [25JY]

Trump, President: terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (H.J. Res. 46), S1910 [14MR]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (H.J. Res. 46), consideration (H. Res. 144), H2119 [26FE]

U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change: prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and develop a plan for the U.S. to meet pollution reduction goals under such agreement (H.R. 9), consideration (H. Res. 329), H3360 [1MY]

——— prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and require the President to develop a plan for the U.S. to meet its pollution reduction goals under such agreement (H.R. 9), H3382, H3383, H3384, H3385, H3386, H3387, H3388, H3389, H3390, H3391, H3392, H3393, H3394, H3395, H3396 [1MY], H3411, H3413, H3414, H3415, H3416, H3417, H3418, H3419, H3420 [2MY]

Violence Against Women Act: reauthorize (H.R. 1585), H3012, H3029, H3030, H3031, H3032, H3033, H3034, H3035, H3037, H3038, H3039, H3041, H3042, H3046, H3047, H3048, H3049, H3050, H3053, H3054, H3055, H3056, H3057, H3058, H3059, H3060, H3061 [3AP], H3073, H3074 [4AP]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1585), consideration (H. Res. 281), H3001 [3AP]

Appointments

Conferees: H.J. Res. 31, Dept. of Homeland Security continuing appropriations, S684 [25JA], H1216 [25JA]

Articles and editorials

America’s Veterans Said To Be Disproportionately Affected by Government Shutdown, H1017 [23JA]

Dangerous Course—Congress Shouldn’t Cede Power to President in Border Funding Dispute, S1649 [5MR]

During Shutdown, Janitors, Security Guards, and Other Federal Contractors Receive No Back Pay, H273 [8JA]

Four Minutes to Midnight—The Revised ‘‘Federal Government Debt Default Clock’’, S1485–S1487 [26FE]

Government Restaffs Wildlife Refuges During Shutdown To Allow Hunters Access, H496 [11JA]

Government Shutdown Leaves Workers Reeling—‘‘We Seem To Be Pawns’’, H191 [3JA]

Horrifying Conditions Facing Kids in Border Detention, Explained, H5236 [27JN]

House Panel To ‘Demand Answers’ on Interior’s Move To Use Visitor Fess To Keep Parks Open, H496 [11JA]

Hundreds of IRS Employees Are Skipping Work. That Could Delay Tax Refunds, H1018 [23JA]

I Support Trump’s Vision on Border Security. But I Would Vote Against the Emergency, S1860 [14MR]

It’s Time for Republicans in Congress To Put Country Over Party, S1860 [14MR]

Lawyers Say Migrant Children Are Living in ‘Traumatic and Dangerous’ Conditions at Border Detention Site, H5237 [27JN]

Report Says Shutdown Is Impeding FBI’s Law Enforcement Efforts, H1020 [23JA]

Shutdown Means E.P.A. Pollution Inspectors Aren’t on the Job, H1157 [23JA]

Trump vs. Congress—The Emergency Declaration Should Not Be Resolved in Court, S1613 [4MR]

Trump’s Emergency Exit—How He Can Declare Victory on Wall Money Without Losing a Vote, S1859 [14MR]

‘Unacceptable’—Coast Guard’s Top Officer Criticizes Lack of Payment in Government Shutdown, H1017 [23JA]

When Will Congress Get Serious About the Suffering at the Border? It’s Time To Cut the Squabbling and Pass an Emergency Relief Package, S3275 [10JN]

Why Is Congress So Dumb?, E87–E89 [24JA]

Bills and resolutions

Abortion: prohibit Federal funding to entities that do not certify they will not perform, or provide any funding to any other entity that performs, abortions (see S. 1966), S4504 [25JN] (see H.R. 833), H1282 [29JA]

——— prohibit taxpayer funded abortions (see S. 109), S143 [10JA] (see H.R. 20), H715 [17JA]

Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies programs: making appropriations (see H.R. 265), H280 [8JA] (see H.R. 3164), H4348 [6JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 265), consideration (see H. Res. 28), H280 [8JA]

AID: authorize appropriations for a cooperative program with Israel to provide assistance in the areas of water resources, agriculture, and energy storage in developing countries (see H.R. 1820), H2754 [18MR]

Armed Forces: limit funding to reduce number of active duty members deployed to the Republic of Korea (see H.R. 889), H1334 [30JA]

——— provide for continuance of pay and allowances for members, including Reserve components during any period of lapsed appropriations (see H.R. 491), H517 [11JA]

——— provide that activities relative to training and readiness of Reserve components during a lapse in appropriations shall constitute voluntary services that may be accepted by the U.S. (see S. 114), S181 [14JA]

Assistive Technology Act: reauthorize (see S. 1835), S3476 [13JN]

Blue Ridge National Heritage Area: reauthorize (see S. 369), S1131 [7FE] (see H.R. 1202), H1582 [13FE]

Budget: cap noninterest Federal spending as a percentage of potential gross domestic product to right-size the Government, grow the economy, and balance the budget (see S. 2245), S5062 [24JY] (see H.R. 3930), H7376 [24JY]

——— constitutional amendment to require balanced (see S.J. Res. 3), S27 [4JA] (see S.J. Res. 5), S587 [24JA] (see S.J. Res. 18), S2270 [4AP] (see S.J. Res. 19), S2614 [2MY] (see H.J. Res. 5, 6, 11), H210 [3JA] (see H.J. Res. 22), H284 [8JA] (see H.J. Res. 40), H1336 [30JA] (see H.J. Res. 51), H2745 [14MR] (see H.J. Res. 55), H3217 [9AP] (see H.J. Res. 68), H5006 [20JN]

——— constitutional amendment to require balanced budget and that each agency and department’s funding is justified (see H.J. Res. 50), H2680 [12MR]

——— eliminate automatic increases for inflation from CBO baseline projections for discretionary appropriations (see H.R. 27), H201 [3JA]

——— eliminate sequestration (see H.R. 2110), H3100 [4AP]

——— ensure inclusion of recommended ratio of public debt to estimated gross domestic product for each fiscal year covered by a concurent resolution on the budget (see H.R. 4071), H7467 [25JY]

——— ensure timely completion of concurrent resolution and regular appropriation bills (see H.R. 1059), H1460 [7FE]

——— establish a point of order against long-term direct spending (see H.R. 4115), H7480 [30JY]

——— establish biennial budget and appropriations processes and enhance oversight and performance of the Federal Government (see S. 284), S769 [30JA]

——— establish direct spending safeguard limitation on any direct spending program without a specific level of authorized spending (see H.R. 2516), H3447 [3MY]

——— establish procedures and consequences for failure to complete regular appropriations process (see S. 1877), S3651 [18JN]

——— increase, and establish caps for, defense and non-defense discretionary spending in establishing a congressional budget for 2020 (see H.R. 2021), H2985 [2AP]

——— increase, and establish caps for, defense and non-defense discretionary spending in establishing a congressional budget for 2020 (H.R. 2021), consideration (see H. Res. 294), H3127 [8AP]

——— increase long-term fiscal accountability of direct spending legislation (see H.R. 3908), H7240 [23JY]

——— modify congressional budget and appropriations process to provide fiscal stability (see H.R. 1536), H2367 [5MR]

——— prohibit use of increases in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac guarantee fees to offset unrelated spending increases (see S. 1463), S2815 [14MY]

——— provide for a period of continuing appropriations in the event of a lapse in appropriations and establish procedures and consequences for failure to complete regular appropriations process (see S. 589), S1540 [27FE]

——— provide for a period of continuing appropriations in the event of a lapse in appropriations and prohibit consideration of other matters in the House during such period (see H.R. 1180), H1581 [13FE]

——— provide for a period of continuing appropriations in the event of a lapse in appropriations and prohibit consideration of other matters in the Senate if appropriations are not enacted (see S. 281), S769 [30JA]

——— provide for automatic continuing resolutions (see S. 104), S143 [10JA] (see S. 147), S273 [16JA] (see H.R. 622), H675 [16JA] (see H.R. 696), H996 [22JA] (see H.R. 791, 797), H1217 [25JA] (see H.R. 809), H1242 [28JA] (see H.R. 834), H1282 [29JA] (see H.R. 1124), H1491 [8FE] (see H.R. 1178), H1581 [13FE] (see H.R. 1280), H2032 [14FE] (see H.R. 1338), H2100 [25FE]

——— provide for automatic continuing resolutions and withhold pay of the President and Members of Congress during any period in which automatic continuing appropriations are in effect (see H.R. 1172), H1581 [13FE]

——— provide for automatic continuing resolutions in the event of a lapse in appropriations other than for the legislative branch and Executive Office of the President (see S. 198), S327 [22JA] (see H.R. 1177), H1581 [13FE]

——— provide for budget enforcement and limit advance appropriations (see H. Res. 293), H3128 [8AP]

——— provide for budget enforcement and limit advance appropriations (H. Res. 293), adopt (see H. Res. 294), H3127 [8AP]

——— provide for procedures for establishing discretionary spending limits (see H.R. 3982), H7463 [25JY]

——— provide that any estimate prepared by CBO or Committee on Taxation (Joint) shall include costs relative to servicing the public debt (see S. 2435), S5311 [1AU] (see H.R. 638), H715 [17JA] (see H.R. 3979), H7463 [25JY]

——— provide that the President’s annual budget submission to Congress list current fiscal year spending level for each proposed program and a separate amount for any proposed spending increases (see H.R. 4066), H7467 [25JY]

——— reform budgeting and appropriations process (see S. 1807), S3363 [12JN]

——— repeal Statutory Pay-As-You-Go Act (see H.R. 242), H227 [4JA]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (see H.R. 3877), H7239 [23JY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), consideration (see H. Res. 519), H7376 [24JY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2024 (see S. Con. Res. 12), S2118 [1AP]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2029 (see S. 1332), S2645 [6MY] (see S. Con. Res. 11), S2118 [1AP]

Cape Cod National Seashore Advisory Commission: extend authorization (see S. 508), S1383 [14FE] (see H.R. 182), H207 [3JA]

CBO: study and report on impact of legislation on spending on children (see S. 1780), S3319 [11JN]

——— submit daily reports during a Government shutdown on the economy and the cost of the shutdown to taxpayers (see H.R. 270), H280 [8JA]

CDC: authorize appropriations for firearms safety or gun violence prevention research (see S. 184), S293 [17JA] (see H.R. 674), H718 [17JA]

——— expand National Violent Death Reporting System and improve incidence of data collection on sexual orientation and gender identity (see H.R. 3280), H4695 [13JN]

——— fully fund Prevention and Public Health Fund and reaffirm importance of prevention in the U.S. health care system (see S. 1944), S4455 [24JN] (see H.R. 3447), H5075 [24JN]

——— reauthorize education campaign to increase young women’s knowledge of breast health and occurrence of breast cancer (see S. 2424), S5311 [1AU] (see H.R. 4078), H7467 [25JY]

Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network: reauthorize (see S. 1259), S2569 [1MY] (see H.R. 2427), H3403 [1MY]

Chesapeake Bay Program: reauthorize (see S. 701), S1733 [7MR] (see H.R. 1620), H2583 [7MR]

Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 2480), H3439 [2MY]

Civil War—U.S.: prohibit use of Federal funds for Confederate symbols and redesignate military installations named in honor of Confederate military leaders (see H.R. 4179), H7496 [9AU]

Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (see S. 2297), S5108 [25JY] (see H.R. 3409), H5036 [21JN]

——— making continuing appropriations (see S. 21), S19 [3JA] (see H.R. 350), H284 [8JA] (see H.R. 367), H356 (see H.R. 374), H357 (see H.R. 421), H358 [9JA]

——— provide interim appropriations for Coast Guard Retired Serviceman’s Family Protection and Survivor Benefits Plans for each fiscal year after 2018 (see H.R. 847), H1282 [29JA]

——— technical corrections to appropriations legislation (see H.R. 1821), H2754 [18MR]

Committee on Aging (Senate, Special): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 58), S1133 [7FE]

Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 54), S1133 [7FE]

Committee on Agriculture (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 202), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on Armed Services (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 203), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on Armed Services (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 42), S867 [5FE]

Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 47), S919 [6FE]

Committee on Budget and Appropriations Process Reform (Joint, Select): implement recommendations (see S. 63), S103 [9JA]

Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 48), S919 [6FE]

Committee on Education and Labor (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 194), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on Energy and Commerce (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 201), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 45), S867 [5FE]

Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 41, 46), S867 [5FE]

Committee on Ethics (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 212), H2647 [11MR]

Committee on Finance (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 40), S867 [5FE]

Committee on Financial Services (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 228), H2717 [13MR]

Committee on Foreign Affairs (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 198), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 56), S1133 [7FE]

Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 64), S1166 [11FE]

Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 49), S920 [6FE]

Committee on Homeland Security (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 192), H2584 [7MR]

Committee on House Administration (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 244), H2761 [21MR]

Committee on Indian Affairs (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 52), S920 [6FE]

Committee on Intelligence (House, Select): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 215), H2647 [11MR]

Committee on Intelligence (Senate, Select): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 51), S920 [6FE]

Committee on Natural Resources (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 184), H2584 [7MR]

Committee on Oversight and Reform (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 207), H2647 [11MR]

Committee on Rules (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 185), H2584 [7MR]

Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 199), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 62), S1166 [11FE]

Committee on Small Business (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 205), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on the Budget (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 193), H2584 [7MR]

Committee on the Budget (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 60), S1133 [7FE]

Committee on the Climate Crisis (House, Select): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 86), H1283 [29JA]

——— authorizing expenditures (H. Res. 86), adopt (see H. Res. 105), H1389 [6FE]

Committee on the Judiciary (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 195), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on the Judiciary (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 57), S1133 [7FE]

Committee on the Modernization of Congress (House, Select): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 86), H1283 [29JA]

——— authorizing expenditures (H. Res. 86), adopt (see H. Res. 105), H1389 [6FE]

Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 211), H2647 [11MR]

Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 204), H2614 [8MR]

Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (Senate): authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 55), S1133 [7FE]

Committee on Ways and Means (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 182), H2584 [7MR]

Committees of the House: authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 245), H2761 [21MR]

Committees of the Senate: authorizing expenditures (see S. Res. 70), S1326 [13FE]

Congress: constitutional amendment to provide line-item veto authority for the President, limit terms of Members of Congress, and require two-thirds vote to raise or impose new taxes or fees (see S.J. Res. 21), S2815 [14MY]

——— prohibit adjournment, restrict official travel funds, and hold twice daily quorum calls if the concurrent resolution on the budget and regular appropriations bills are not completed in a timely manner (see S. 186), S293 [17JA]

——— prohibit adjournment of more than 12 hours in the event of a lapse in appropriations for all or part of the Government (see H.R. 1205), H1583 [13FE]

——— prohibit recesses until adoption of a concurrent budget resolution that results in a balanced budget (see H.R. 765), H1210 [24JA]

——— require each bill enacted be limited to only one subject (see H.R. 2240), H3254 [10AP]

——— require each bill enacted be limited to only one subject and require equal application of laws to Members of Congress that apply to all U.S. citizens (see H.R. 160), H207 [3JA]

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: bring into the regular appropriations process (see S. 453), S1275 [12FE] (see H.R. 969), H1361 [5FE]

Continuing: making (see H.R. 21), H201 [3JA] (see H.J. Res. 27, 28), H544 [14JA] (see H.J. Res. 45), H1583 [13FE]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), consideration (see H. Res. 52), H673 [16JA]

——— making (H.R. 21), consideration (see H. Res. 5), H210 [3JA]

Coral Reef Conservation Act: reauthorize (see S. 2429), S5311 [1AU] (see H.R. 4160), H7488 [2AU]

Corp. for Public Broadcasting: prohibit Federal funding after 2021 (see H.R. 3393), H5006 [20JN]

Corps of Engineers: consider navigation benefits when deciding whether a levee is worthy of rehabilitation (see H.R. 3898), H7240 [23JY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for flood control and storm damage reduction projects in Jacksonville, FL (see H.R. 3945), H7377 [24JY]

——— repeal Presidential authority to terminate or defer civil works projects funding for national defense or emergencies (see H.R. 1137), H1517 [11FE]

Dept. of Agriculture: grant priority for broadband deployment assistance to areas that are unserved (see H.R. 2661), H3726 [10MY]

——— improve access to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program by reducing administrative requirements and award grants to establish a Beyond the Soup Kitchen Pilot Program (see H.R. 1470), H2314 [28FE]

——— make local livestock and meat procurement for school lunch programs a priority and include ranching educational activities in Farm to School Program (see H.R. 3090), H4312 [4JN]

——— reauthorize Farm to School Program (see S. 2026), S4628 [27JN] (see H.R. 3562), H5257 [27JN]

——— strengthen Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program for families, adults looking for work, seniors, and the disabled (see H.R. 1368), H2233 [26FE]

Dept. of Defense: authorize assistance and training to countries bordering the Persian Gulf, Arabian Sea, or Mediterranean Sea in an effort to deter and counter illicit smuggling and related maritime activity by Iran (see H.R. 2280), H3255 [10AP]

——— authorize basic housing allowance for members of uniformed services in the Virgin Islands (see H.R. 2814), H3924 [16MY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (see S. 1215), S2435 [11AP] (see S. 1790), S3319 [11JN] (see H.R. 2500), H3439 [2MY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 2500), consideration (see H. Res. 476), H5301 [9JY]

——— improve innovation in defense procurement (see H.R. 3014), H4164 [23MY]

——— improve Mentor-Protégé Program (see H.R. 3087), H4312 [4JN]

——— limit and clarify authority to repurpose certain military construction funds for national emergencies (see H.R. 2762), H3841 [15MY]

——— making appropriations (see H.R. 2968), H4160 [23MY]

——— modify semiannual briefings on consolidated corrective action plan for financial management information (see S. 1096), S2329 [9AP]

——— prohibit funding for aerial refueling of aircraft of Saudi Arabia (see H.R. 910), H1335 [30JA]

——— prohibit research and development, production, and deployment of Trident D5 low-yield nuclear warhead (see S. 401), S1132 [7FE] (see H.R. 1086), H1461 [7FE]

——— prohibit use of military construction or Corps of Engineers appropriations for construction of barriers, land acquisition, or other associated activities on the border without congressional consent (see S. 326), S831 [4FE] (see H.R. 1293), H2032 [14FE]

——— reauthorize and improve Mentor-Protégé Program (see S. 1320), S2645 [6MY] (see H.R. 2794), H3923 [16MY]

Dept. of Education: allow States to opt out of certain programmatic requirements and combine certain Federal funds to improve academic achievement (see S. 1752), S3252 [5JN] (see H.R. 3149), H4343 [5JN]

——— allow States to submit a State management decision and combine certain Federal funds to improve academic achievement (see H.R. 2263), H3254 [10AP]

——— authorizing appropriations for improving basic programs operated by local educational agencies for the disadvantaged (see S. 1172), S2433 [11AP] (see H.R. 2315), H3264 [12AP]

——— improve accountability and protect students from bad actors in higher education, specifically in the for-profit college sector (see H.R. 3487), H5166 [25JN]

——— improve American History for Freedom grant program (see S. 2024), S4628 [27JN]

——— invest in middle level education by creating a grant program to allow middle schools to identify and implement best practices to improve student outcomes and increase high school graduation rates (see S. 1704), S3215 [4JN] (see H.R. 3089), H4312 [4JN]

——— promote community college partnerships with local industries and allow students in short-term job training programs to receive Pell Grants (see H.R. 3892), H7240 [23JY]

——— provide a deferment for certain student loans of Federal employees subject to a lapse in discretionary appropriations (see H.R. 672), H718 [17JA] (see H.R. 781), H1211 [24JA]

——— provide criteria for use of Federal funds to support trauma-informed practices in schools (see H.R. 4146), H7488 [2AU]

——— provide grants to States to establish public-private partnerships for apprenticeship and other job training programs (see H.R. 3893), H7240 [23JY]

——— provide Individuals With Disabilities Education Act funding parity for certain territories known as ‘‘outlying areas’’ (see H.R. 2437), H3403 [1MY]

——— reauthorize and improve grant program to assist institutions of higher education in establishing, maintaining, and improving veteran student centers (see H.R. 1652), H2614 [8MR]

——— reauthorize and modify Federal TRIO Programs (see S. 1803), S3363 [12JN] (see H.R. 3800), H5998 [17JY]

——— reauthorize Child Care Access Means Parents in School Program, increase program access, improve oversight, and provide funding for on-campus child care for low-income student parents (see S. 1403), S2770 [9MY] (see H.R. 2632), H3678 [9MY]

——— reauthorize foreign language and international education programs at colleges and universities and support research and innovation projects in such areas (see S. 342), S919 [6FE] (see H.R. 2562), H3474 [7MY]

——— reauthorize mandatory funding programs for historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions (see S. 1279), S2612 [2MY] (see H.R. 2486), H3439 [2MY]

Dept. of Energy: reauthorize Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) (see H.R. 3915), H7241 [23JY] (see H.R. 4091), H7479 [30JY]

——— reauthorize Office of Minority Economic Impact to improve education and training of underrepresented groups for employment in energy-related industries (see H.R. 1315), H2046 [22FE]

——— reauthorize Weatherization Assistance Program (see S. 983), S2189 [2AP] (see H.R. 2041), H2986 [2AP]

Dept. of HHS: address opioid drug abuse epidemic (see H.R. 2922), H4118 [22MY]

——— allow States to extend certain child welfare demonstration projects scheduled to expire (see S. 107), S143 [10JA] (see H.R. 3116), H4341 [5JN]

——— authorize advance appropriations for the Indian Health Service by providing a 2-fiscal-year budget authority (see H.R. 1135), H1492 [8FE]

——— 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. 117), H205 [3JA]

——— authorize State Opioid Response Grants and Tribal Opioid Response Grants programs (see H.R. 2466), H3404 [1MY]

——— authorize State Opioid Response Grants program and allow use of funding to address methamphetamine and cocaine abuse (see S. 1925), S4168 [20JN] (see H.R. 4111), H7480 [30JY]

——— encourage caregiver needs assessments to identify individual needs of family caregivers and to target services more effectively (see H.R. 3782), H5911 [16JY]

——— establish a rural health center innovation awards program and a rural health department enhancement program (see S. 2411), S5249 [31JY]

——— extend appropriations and transfers to Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Trust Fund and certain health insurance fees for such transfers (see H.R. 3030), H4174 [28MY] (see H.R. 3439), H5075 [24JN]

——— extend community health centers, National Health Service Corps, teaching health centers that operate graduate medical education programs, and special diabetes programs (see S. 192), S305 [18JA]

——— extend funding for Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (see S. 1647), S3105 [23MY] (see H.R. 2822), H3961 [17MY]

——— facilitate State efforts to establish auto-enrollment systems to provide opt-out insurance coverage for individuals eligible for premium assistance or Medicaid (see H.R. 2061), H3067 [3AP]

——— incentivize low-cost drug options and generic competition and extend funding for community health centers, National Health Service Corps, teaching health centers and other public health programs (see H.R. 2700), H3788 [14MY]

——— increase entitlement funding for child care (see H.R. 3298), H4770 [18JN]

——— increase funding for National Family Caregiver Support Program and provide caregiver assessments and technical assistance to address the needs of family caregivers (see S. 1017), S2240 [3AP]

——— provide full-year appropriations for Indian Health Service in the event of a partial lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 195), H208 [3JA]

——— reauthorize Administration on Aging Lifespan Respite Care Program (see S. 995), S2189 [2AP] (see H.R. 2035), H2985 [2AP]

——— reauthorize and enhance poison center national toll-free number, media campaign, and grant program (see H.R. 501), H517 [11JA]

——— reauthorize and expand Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Program (see S. 304), S800 [31JA] (see S. 1191), S2434 [11AP] (see H.R. 2815), H3924 [16MY]

——— reauthorize and extend funding for community health centers and National Health Service Corps (see S. 106), S143 [10JA] (see S. 962), S2117 [1AP] (see H.R. 1943), H2914 (see H.R. 1983), H2916 [28MR] (see H.R. 2328), H3270 [15AP]

——— reauthorize and increase funding for Special Diabetes Program for Type 1 Diabetes (see H.R. 2668), H3726 [10MY]

——— reauthorize and modernize Community Services Block Grant Program (see H.R. 1695), H2680 [12MR]

——— reauthorize autism-related research and programs (see S. 427), S1133 [7FE] (see H.R. 1058), H1460 [7FE]

——— reauthorize certain programs to protect against pandemics and attacks from chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons (see S. 1379), S2743 [8MY] (see H.R. 269), H280 [8JA]

——— reauthorize Emergency Medical Services for Children Program (see S. 1173), S2433 [11AP] (see H.R. 776), H1210 [24JA]

——— reauthorize Personal Responsibility Education Program (see H.R. 3053), H4215 [3JN]

——— revise and extend Poison Center Network Grant Program (see S. 1199), S2434 [11AP]

Dept. of Homeland Security: authorize Operation Stonegarden grant program (see H.R. 3990), H7463 [25JY]

——— clarify requirements for procurement of certain national security frontline operational components (see S. 1055), S2270 [4AP] (see H.R. 2083), H3099 [4AP]

——— extend Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (see H.R. 251), H228 [4JA]

——— improve training and support for emergency response providers in areas with high concentrations of covered chemical facilities in how to respond to terrorist attacks (see H.R. 3310), H4770 [18JN]

——— making appropriations (see H.R. 3931), H7376 [24JY]

——— making continuing appropriations (see H.J. Res. 1), H210 [3JA] (see H.J. Res. 31), H997 [22JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), consideration (see H. Res. 5), H210 [3JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), consideration (see H. Res. 61), H996 [22JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 131), H2028 [14FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), correction in enrollment (see S. Con. Res. 4), S1384 [14FE]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security (see S. 811), S1898 [14MR]

——— prohibit funding to implement Migrant Protection Protocols (see H.R. 2662), H3726 [10MY]

——— prohibit funding to implement ‘‘public charge’’ rule that expands the list of Federal aid programs that could be considered when an immigrant is applying for admission (see H.R. 3222), H4626 [12JN]

——— promote creation of State anonymous school threat reporting programs (see H.R. 2100), H3099 [4AP]

——— provide continuing appropriations to pay salaries of Coast Guard and law enforcement and customs and border protection officers in the event of a Government shutdown (see H.R. 815), H1242 [28JA]

——— provide for certain acquisition authorities for the Under Sec. of Management (see H.R. 3413), H5036 [21JN]

——— provide funding to secure nonprofit facilities from terrorist attacks (see S. 1539), S2925 [16MY] (see H.R. 2476), H3438 [2MY]

——— provide provisional protected presence status for eligible Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program participants and provide mandatory appropriations relative to border security (see S. 166), S274 [16JA]

——— reauthorize and improve Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (see H.R. 3256), H4693 [13JN]

——— reauthorize U.S. Customs and Border Protection Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism Program (see H.R. 3719), H5726 [11JY]

Dept. of HUD: provide additional funding for public housing Capital Fund to assist large public housing agencies with mortgage foreclosure mitigation assistance and incremental rental assistance vouchers (see H.R. 2295), H3263 [12AP]

——— provide for rental assistance for homeless or at-risk Indian veterans (see S. 257), S742 [29JA]

Dept. of Justice: authorize Justice Reinvestment Initiative grant program (see H.R. 3081), H4312 [4JN]

——— extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (see S. 546), S1437 [25FE] (see H.R. 1327), H2099 [25FE]

——— extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (H.R. 1327), consideration (see H. Res. 476), H5301 [9JY]

——— reauthorize Bulletproof Vest Partnership (see S. 1231), S2515 [30AP] (see H.R. 2379), H3303 [29AP] (see H.R. 4163), H7492 [6AU]

——— reauthorize DNA Backlog Reduction Program (see S. 820), S1898 [14MR] (see H.R. 777), H1210 [24JA]

——— reauthorize Juvenile Accountability Block Grants program (see H.R. 494), H517 [11JA]

——— reauthorize State Criminal Alien Assistance Program and allow reimbursement of State and local governments that incur correctional officer salary costs for incarcerating criminal illegal aliens (see S. 1470), S2815 [14MY]

Dept. of State: authorize appropriations to provide assistance to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras to protect women and children and reduce female homicides, domestic violence, and sexual assault (see S. 1781), S3319 [11JN] (see H.R. 2836), H3962 [17MY]

——— provide for certain authorities (see H.R. 3352), H4917 [19JN]

Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: make permanent certain general provisions (see S. 1819), S3363 [12JN]

——— making appropriations (see H.R. 2839), H4009 [20MY]

Dept. of the Interior: assess sanitation and safety conditions at BIA facilities built to provide Columbia River Treaty tribes access to traditional fishing grounds and expend funds to improve those conditions (see S. 50), S67 [8JA] (see H.R. 91), H204 [3JA]

——— create dedicated funds to protect North American butterflies, Pacific Island plants, freshwater mussels, and Southwest desert fish (see H.R. 2918), H4118 [22MY]

——— permanently authorize Payments in Lieu of Taxes program (see H.R. 3043), H4180 [30MY]

——— provide financial assistance to California for nutria eradication and control (see H.R. 3399), H5035 [21JN]

Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 266), H280 [8JA] (see H.R. 3052), H4215 [3JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 266), consideration (see H. Res. 28), H280 [8JA]

Dept. of the Treasury: make Reclamation Water Settlements Fund permanent (see S. 886), S2042 [27MR] (see H.R. 1904), H2884 [27MR]

——— make technical corrections to Guam World War II Claims Fund to appropriate previously authorized war claims to World War II survivors on Guam (see H.R. 1141), H1517 [11FE]

——— preserve independent funding of Office of Financial Research (see H.R. 3871), H7161 [22JY]

——— report on debt levels, proposed debt reduction measures, and impact of increasing the debt ceiling and provide public access to such information (see H.R. 3946), H7377 [24JY]

Dept. of Transportation: accelerate completion of Appalachian development highway system by facilitating exchanges between States with unspent balances of targeted funds to States that lack funding (see S. 2271), S5107 [25JY]

——— assist States to rehabilitate or replace certain bridges (see S. 1707), S3215 [4JN] (see H.R. 3134), H4342 [5JN]

——— authorize additional funding for Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (see H.R. 2520), H3447 [3MY]

——— authorize funds for Federal-aid highways and highway safety construction programs, expedite environmental reviews for projects, improve resiliency, and reduce carbon emissions (see S. 2302), S5141 [29JY]

——— ensure authorizations to foreign air carriers to operate in the U.S. comply with certain labor standards or labor-related rights and principles (see H.R. 3632), H5302 [9JY]

——— ensure long-term solvency of Highway Trust Fund through user fees and require Federal highway spending that exceeds Highway Trust Fund revenues and balances to be offset (see S. Res. 288), S5141 [29JY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for Better Utilizing Investments To Leverage Development (BUILD) Discretionary Grant Program (see H.R. 1428), H2312 [28FE]

——— modify percentage of Surface Transportation Block Grant Program funding to certain urbanized areas (see H.R. 879), H1333 [30JA]

——— provide dedicated funding for Better Utilizing Investments To Leverage Development (BUILD) Discretionary Grant Program and Capital Investment Grants Program (see H.R. 180), H207 [3JA]

——— provide funding to address motor vehicle safety and impaired driving (see H.R. 3890), H7240 [23JY]

——— reauthorize Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and provide additional funding contingent upon improved oversight, safety, management, and wireless services (see S. 1663), S3105 [23MY]

——— repeal a rescission of funds in Federal-aid highway program contract authority (see S. 1992), S4566 [26JN] (see H.R. 3612), H5269 [2JY]

——— require any discretionary grant funds provided for high-speed rail development in California be reimbursed and authorize additional funds for other transportation projects (see H.R. 1515), H2366 [5MR]

——— require any discretionary grant funds provided for high-speed rail development in California that are rescinded or reimbursed be used for water storage, nitrate reduction, or well construction (see H.R. 1600), H2582 [7MR]

——— require buses purchased by public transit systems using Federal Transit Administration funds to be zero-emissions buses (see H.R. 2164), H3216 [9AP]

——— require States to conduct life-cycle cost analyses for certain infrastructure projects (see H.R. 1890), H2827 [26MR]

Dept. of Veterans Affairs: authorize use of grants awarded under Veterans Cemetery Grants Program for construction of fully enclosed committal service shelters in certain State veterans’ cemeteries (see S. 2369), S5248 [31JY]

——— exempt transfer of funds from Federal agencies to nonprofit corporations established to fund research and education at medical centers from certain Economy Act provisions (see H.R. 1947), H2915 [28MR]

——— extend authorization of appropriations to award grants to veterans service organizations for transportation of highly rural veterans (see S. 850), S1899 [14MR] (see H.R. 1807), H2745 [14MR]

——— improve and protect HUD-VA Supportive Housing Program (HUD-VASH) by prohibiting shifting of funds and increase number and expedite hiring of case managers (see S. 8), S19 [3JA]

——— improve oversight and accountability of financial processes (see S. 154), S273 [16JA]

——— improve programs and services for homeless veterans (see S. 980), S2188 [2AP]

——— require congressional approval before appropriation of funds for major medical facility leases (see H.R. 1722), H2716 [13MR]

Depts. of Commerce, Justice, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, HUD, and VA, FDA, EPA, science, and military construction: making appropriations (H.R. 3055), consideration (see H. Res. 445), H4769 [18JN]

Depts. of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and related agencies: making appropriations for military construction and veterans’ services (see H.R. 2745), H3840 [15MY]

Depts. of Justice and Transportation: authorize Federal funding to integrate U.S. territories into the national AMBER Alert system (see S. 732), S1734 [7MR]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 2740), H3840 [15MY]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2740), consideration (see H. Res. 431), H4387 [10JN] (see H. Res. 436), H4431 [11JN] (see H. Res. 445), H4769 [18JN]

Depts. of the Interior and Agriculture: provide consistent and reliable authority and funding to meet conservation and deferred maintenance needs of certain departmental lands (see H.R. 1026), H1391 [6FE]

Depts. of Transportation and HUD and related agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 267), H280 [8JA] (see H.R. 3163), H4348 [6JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 267), consideration (see H. Res. 28), H280 [8JA]

Disasters: making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (see S. 572), S1493 [26FE] (see S. 811), S1898 [14MR] (see H.R. 268), H280 [8JA] (see H.R. 2145), H3215 (see H.R. 2157), H3216 [9AP]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), consideration (see H. Res. 43), H599 [15JA]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), consideration (see H. Res. 357), H3473 [7MY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), correction in enrollment (see H. Con. Res. 45), H4216 [3JN]

——— prohibit certain disaster relief funding from being transferred or reprogrammed to plan, develop, or construct a continuous wall or fence along the southern U.S. border (see S. 534), S1384 [14FE] (see H.R. 1214), H1583 [13FE]

——— require Congress to budget in advance for disasters (see S. 1579), S3005 [21MY] (see H.R. 3217), H4432 [11JN]

Diseases and disorders: reauthorize Mosquito Abatement Safety and Health Act and epidemiology laboratory capacity grants and require a GAO study on existing mosquito and other vector-borne surveillance and control programs (see H.R. 345), H284 [8JA]

District of Columbia: allow receipt of Federal funding under Coastal Zone Management Act (see S. 1734), S3251 [5JN] (see H.R. 2185), H3217 [9AP]

——— expand school choice by providing private school vouchers (see H.R. 778), H1211 [24JA]

——— provide for interim appropriations for District of Columbia courts and related agencies during a Federal Government shutdown (see H.R. 2133), H3128 [8AP]

——— reauthorize funding for public schools, charter schools, and the Opportunity Scholarship Program providing private school vouchers (see S. 213), S586 [24JA] (see H.R. 787), H1211 [24JA]

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 S. 1365), S2742 [8MY] (see H.R. 2569), H3499 [8MY]

Embassies: prohibit funding for art in any U.S. embassy or consulate (see H.R. 2127), H3128 [8AP]

Energy and water development: making appropriations (see H.R. 2960), H4160 [23MY]

EPA: ensure publicly owned treatment works monitor for and report sewer overflows to residents within a specified time period (see H.R. 3363), H4917 [19JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (see H.R. 1429), H2312 [28FE]

——— reauthorize diesel emissions reduction program (see S. 747), S1792 [12MR] (see H.R. 1768), H2743 [14MR]

——— reauthorize Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (see S. 2295), S5107 [25JY] (see H.R. 4031), H7465 [25JY]

——— reauthorize National Estuary Program (see H.R. 4044), H7466 [25JY]

Eximbank: abolish (see H.R. 1910), H2884 [27MR]

——— amend charter to create the Office of Territorial Exporting (see H.R. 3242), H4627 [12JN]

——— extend authority and modify quorum requirement (see S. 2293), S5107 [25JY]

FAA: making continuing appropriations (see H.R. 419), H358 [9JA]

——— making continuing appropriations for salaries and expenses of air traffic controllers (see H.R. 858), H1283 [29JA]

——— prohibit Airport Improvement Program funds from being provided to entities that have violated U.S. intellectual property rights, and therefore pose a threat to national security (see S. 1710), S3215 [4JN]

——— provide funding from Airport and Airway Trust Fund for FAA activities in the event of a Government shutdown (see S. 762), S1793 [12MR] (see H.R. 1108), H1491 [8FE]

Family Violence Prevention and Services Act: reauthorize (see S. 85), S142 [10JA]

FDA: allow continued processing of medical device applications and associated user fees during a lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 1362), H2232 [26FE]

Federal agencies and departments: guarantee back pay to federally-contracted retail, food, custodial, and security service workers furloughed during a Government shutdown (see S. 162), S274 [16JA] (see H.R. 339), H284 [8JA] (see H.R. 678), H718 [17JA]

——— limit authority to award bonuses to employees (see S. 2119), S4822 [15JY]

——— limit spending in the last two months of the fiscal year to no more than the average spent per month during the preceding months of the fiscal year (see S. 1238), S2515 [30AP]

——— modify Do Not Pay Initiative and improve detection, prevention, and recovery of improper payments to deceased individuals (see S. 1333), S2645 [6MY] (see H.R. 2543), H3473 [7MY]

——— prohibit funding to establish panel, task force, advisory committee, or other efforts to challenge scientific consensus on climate change (see S. 729), S1734 [7MR]

——— provide back pay to Federal contractors impacted by lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 824), H1242 [28JA] (see H.R. 1213), H1583 [13FE]

——— require appropriation of funds to use a fee, fine, penalty, or proceeds received from a settlement (see S. 1456), S2815 [14MY]

——— require cost disclosures of every project supported by Federal funds and allow OMB to withhold funds from recipients for noncompliance (see S. 807), S1898 [14MR]

——— require the appropriation of funds to use a fee, fine, penalty, or proceeds received from a settlement (see H.R. 850), H1283 [29JA]

——— strengthen and enhance authority to discipline officers and employees for Anti-Deficiency Act violations (see H.R. 1203), H1582 [13FE]

Federal Agency Sunset Commission: establish (see H.R. 39), H202 [3JA]

Federal aid programs: eliminate unauthorized spending on Federal programs and establish Spending Accountability Commission (see H.R. 2505), H3440 [2MY]

Federal employees: allow employees excepted from furlough during lapse in appropriations to make withdrawals from their Thrift Savings Plan accounts (see H.R. 338), H284 [8JA]

——— clarify that during a lapse in appropriations certain services relative to the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program are excepted services under the Anti-Deficiency Act (see S. 971), S2118 [1AP] (see H.R. 2003), H2937 [1AP]

——— clarify that Federal employees excepted from a furlough are eligible for unemployment compensation (see H.R. 1117), H1491 [8FE]

——— continue supplemental vision, dental, and long-term care coverage for employees affected during a Government shutdown (see S. 973), S2118 [1AP] (see H.R. 2004), H2937 [1AP]

——— increase rates of pay for General Schedule and prevailing rate employees and provide a hardship bonus for employees affected by the Government shutdown (see H.R. 782), H1211 [24JA]

——— making appropriations to pay salaries of Coast Guard and Dept. of Homeland Security employees tasked with securing the border working during the Government shutdown (see H.R. 371), H357 [9JA]

——— making appropriations to pay salaries of Depts. of Homeland Security and Justice employees working during the Government shutdown (see S. 111), S143 [10JA]

——— making appropriations to pay salaries of Federal employees affected by the Government shutdown (see S. 214), S586 [24JA]

——— making appropriations to pay salaries of Federal employees working during the Government shutdown (see S. 113), S181 [14JA] (see H.R. 271), H280 (see H.R. 301), H282 [8JA] (see H.R. 710), H997 [22JA]

——— permit obtaining employment outside the Federal Government during a Government shutdown (see H.R. 760), H1210 [24JA]

——— protect Federal employees and contractors from foreclosures, evictions, loan defaults, property repossession, and other civil liabilties during a lapse in appropriations (see S. 72), S103 [9JA] (see H.R. 588), H674 [16JA]

——— provide a bonus to Federal employees excepted from furlough during the Government shutdown (see H.R. 814), H1242 [28JA]

——— provide accrual of annual and sick leave for employees of an agency subject to a lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 544), H544 [14JA]

——— provide for a zero interest loan program for Federal and District of Columbia employees furloughed or excepted from furlough during a lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 1167), H1580 [13FE]

——— provide for compensation of Federal and District of Columbia employees excepted from furlough during a lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 750), H1209 [24JA]

——— provide for compensation of furloughed employees in the event of a lapse in appropriations (see S. 24), S19 [3JA] (see H.R. 67), H203 [3JA]

——— provide reimbursement for childcare expenses during the Government shutdown (see H.R. 780), H1211 [24JA]

——— provide that a lapse in discretionary appropriations constitutes a financial hardship for purposes of a withdrawal from the Thrift Savings Plan (see H.R. 673), H718 [17JA]

——— require payment of interest on back pay for employees affected by a lapse in appropriations (see S. 222), S586 [24JA] (see H.R. 1051), H1459 [7FE]

——— require Presidential appointees to give written notice to the Committees on Appropriations of the House and Senate for expenditures over a certain amount to furnish or redecorate their office (see H.R. 1181), H1581 [13FE]

——— require treatment of a lapse in appropriations as a mitigating condition when assessing financial considerations for security clearances (see S. 464), S1276 [12FE]

——— waive certain penalties for affected Federal employees receiving a distribution from the Thrift Savings Plan during a lapse in appropriations (see S. 204), S586 [24JA]

Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act: include active financial conflicts of interest involving the President, Vice President, or certain family members on USASpending.gov (Internet site) (see S. 1686), S3106 [23MY] (see H.R. 2950), H4161 [23MY]

FEMA: provide capitalization grants to eligible entities to establish revolving funds to provide assistance to reduce disaster risks (see H.R. 3779), H5911 [16JY]

——— reauthorize and improve National Flood Insurance Program (see H.R. 3167), H4387 [10JN]

——— terminate certain contracts on the basis of detrimental conduct to National Flood Insurance Program (see S. 2122), S4856 [16JY]

FERC: establish Office of Public Participation and Consumer Advocacy (see S. 1477), S2883 [15MY] (see H.R. 3240), H4627 [12JN]

Financial services and general Government: making appropriations (see H.R. 264), H280 [8JA] (see H.R. 3351), H4916 [19JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 264), consideration (see H. Res. 28), H280 [8JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3351), consideration (see H. Res. 460), H5074 [24JN]

Firearms: prohibit Federal funding to train or arm school personnel with firearms (see S. Res. 110), S1899 [14MR] (see H. Res. 231), H2745 [14MR]

Forest and Refuge County Foundation: grant Federal charter and establish Natural Resources Permanent Fund to provide stable, increasing, and reliable funding for rural county services (see S. 1643), S3105 [23MY]

FTC: authorize additional appropriations to prevent unfair or deceptive practices relative to digital tokens or cryptocurrency and require a report to Congress on actions relative to such technologies (see H.R. 2154), H3216 [9AP]

——— enforce prohibitions on debt collection, evictions, foreclosures, credit downgrades, and other actions to protect the public from harmful consequences of the Federal Government shutdown (see H.R. 819), H1242 [28JA]

Government: express that Congress must prevent any future lapse in appropriations and permanently end Government shutdowns (see H. Res. 84), H1243 [28JA]

——— express that Government shutdowns are detrimental to the Nation and should not occur (see S. Res. 66), S1166 [11FE] (see H. Res. 79), H1243 [28JA]

——— making consolidated appropriations (see H.R. 648), H716 [17JA]

——— making consolidated appropriations (H.R. 648), consideration (see H. Res. 61), H996 [22JA]

——— 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. 489), H517 [11JA]

——— prohibit payment of a salary to Members of Congress, the President, and the Vice President during a Government shutdown (see H.R. 845), H1282 [29JA]

——— reimburse employees of the Federal Government, District of Columbia, Federal contractors, and States for certain costs incurred as a result of a Government shutdown (see H.R. 1016), H1391 [6FE]

GSA: authorize AI Center of Excellence (see S. 1363), S2742 [8MY] (see H.R. 2575), H3500 [8MY]

——— repeal requirement to sell Plum Island, NY, and allow for the transfer to another Federal agency or entity to protect environmental and recreational benefits (see S. 519), S1383 [14FE]

Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund: provide for use of funds for the purposes for which the funds were collected and ensure credited funds are used to support navigation (see H.R. 2396), H3338 [30AP] (see H.R. 2440), H3403 [1MY]

Health: prioritize funding for an expanded and sustained national investment in biomedical research (see S. 1250), S2515 [30AP] (see H.R. 2401), H3338 [30AP]

——— reduce prescription drug prices, facilitate entry of generic and biosimilar products into the market, strengthen Federal exchanges, and reverse extension of short-term health plans (H.R. 987), consideration (see H. Res. 377), H3787 [14MY]

Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults: reauthorize (see H.R. 2134), H3128 [8AP]

House of Representatives: convene a session on each day of a Government shutdown and prohibit use of funds for official travel of Members during a shutdown (see H.R. 1465), H2314 [28FE]

——— increase Members’ official allowances in response to increased threats against Members (see H. Res. 530), H7481 [30JY]

——— provide that the House should not adjourn until all appropriation bills for the current fiscal year are enacted into law (see H. Res. 11), H210 [3JA]

——— require excess amounts from Members’ official allowances be applied to deficit or Federal debt reduction (see H.R. 1790), H2744 [14MR]

——— require that excess amounts from Members’ official allowances be applied to deficit or Federal debt reduction (see H.R. 1085), H1461 [7FE]

House Rules: allow consideration of motions to suspend rules and consider certain legislation (see H. Res. 389), H4009 [20MY]

——— prohibit consideration of a concurrent resolution to provide for recess of the House after a certain date unless the House has approved each regular appropriation bill for next fiscal year (see H. Res. 20), H211 [3JA]

——— same-day consideration of resolutions allowing consideration of certain legislation (see H. Res. 122), H1516 [11FE] (see H. Res. 389), H4009 [20MY]

Immigration: authorize appropriations for detention spaces to enforce immigration laws (see H.R. 3858), H7157 [19JY]

——— ban Federal funding to any State or local government with laws or policies that prevents maintaining custody of an illegal immigrant pursuant to a Dept. of Homeland Security detainer (see H.R. 438), H461 [10JA]

——— fund southern border wall by requiring a work-authorized Social Security number to claim refundable tax credits and welfare applicants to verify citizenship, and increasing illegal border crossing fines (see S. 53), S68 [8JA]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (see S. 1900), S3843 [19JN] (see H.R. 3056), H4215 [3JN] (see H.R. 3401), H5035 [21JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), consideration (see H. Res. 462), H5165 [25JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), consideration of Senate amendment (see H. Res. 466), H5255 [27JN]

——— prohibit funding for construction of continuous wall or fence along the southern U.S. border (see H.R. 968), H1361 [5FE]

——— prohibit taxpayer funds from being used to build a wall along southern U.S. border (see H.R. 48), H202 [3JA]

——— prohibit transfer, obligation, or expenditure of Federal funds to take property for construction of continuous wall or fence along the southern U.S. border (see H.R. 2686), H3727 [10MY]

——— provide appropriations to secure the border between the U.S. and Mexico (see H.R. 796), H1217 [25JA]

——— provide deferred action for certain individuals brought to the U.S. and establish a border security trust fund (see S. 108), S143 [10JA]

——— rescind Executive order prioritizing the majority of unauthorized individuals for removal and withholding Federal funding to sanctuary cities (see S. 1591), S3058 [22MY]

Individuals With Disabilities Education Act: authorize funding for infants, toddlers, and preschool children with disabilities (see H.R. 4107), H7480 [30JY]

——— authorizing appropriations (see S. 866), S1986 [26MR] (see S. 1172), S2433 [11AP] (see H.R. 1878), H2826 [26MR] (see H.R. 2315), H3264 [12AP]

Integrated Coastal and Ocean Observation System Act: reauthorize (see S. 914), S2043 [27MR] (see H.R. 1314), H2042 [19FE]

Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (see S. 245), S698 [28JA] (see S. 1589), S3058 [22MY] (see H.R. 3494), H5199 [26JN]

——— authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3494), consideration (see H. Res. 491), H5824 [15JY]

——— require Presidents’ annual budget submissions to include the total dollar amount requested for intelligence or intelligence-related activities of the Government (see H.R. 2735), H3789 [14MY]

Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty: prohibit funding to take any action that would constitute a violation for the duration of withdrawal period (see S. 705), S1733 [7MR]

Iran: limit use of funds for military operations in or against Iran (see S. 1039), S2270 [4AP] (see H.R. 2354), H3283 [25AP]

Israel: authorize military assistance, support ability to address conventional and emerging threats, and enhance cooperation in areas of mutual interest (see H.R. 1837), H2760 [21MR]

Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts: authorizing appropriations (see S. 1061), S2294 [8AP] (see H.R. 2197), H3251 [10AP]

Land and Water Conservation Fund: provide permanent, dedicated funding (see S. 1081), S2328 [9AP] (see H.R. 3195), H4431 [11JN]

——— reauthorize (see S. 302), S800 [31JA]

Law enforcement: prohibit Federal funding for the purchase or use of facial recognition technology (see H.R. 3875), H7161 [22JY]

Legislative branch of the Government: making appropriations (see H.R. 2779), H3922 [16MY]

Maritime Administration: reauthorize activities (see S. 1417), S2770 [9MY] (see S. 1439), S2814 [14MY]

Medicaid: amend Federal medical assistance percentage for the District of Columbia in future fiscal years (see H.R. 460), H462 [10JA]

——— prohibit Federal funding for administrative costs of providing health benefits to individuals who are unauthorized immigrants (see S. 131), S220 [15JA] (see H.R. 2856), H4063 [21MY]

——— reauthorize Money Follows the Person Demonstration Program (see S. 548), S1437 [25FE] (see H.R. 1342), H2100 [25FE]

——— reauthorize Money Follows the Person Demonstration Program and extend spousal impoverishment protections for beneficiaries receiving long-term care (see H.R. 259, 260), H228 [4JA]

——— require States report abortion data to CDC to receive certain family planning funding (see H.R. 3580), H5257 [27JN]

Members of Congress: constitutional amendment to prohibit receipt of compensation during a fiscal year unless both Houses of Congress approved a concurrent budget resolution for the previous fiscal year (see H.J. Res. 10), H210 [3JA]

——— constitutional amendment to prohibit receipt of compensation for any period during which a Government shutdown is in effect (see H.J. Res. 18), H210 [3JA]

——— hold salaries in escrow if budget resolution is not adopted by certain date, eliminate automatic salary adjustments, impose certain travel restrictions, and establish a 5-year ban on lobbying (see H.R. 1466), H2314 [28FE]

——— hold salaries in escrow if Congress does not adopt a concurrent budget resolution by a certain date (see H.R. 86), H204 (see H.R. 236), H209 [3JA]

——— hold salaries in escrow if Congress does not pass regular appropriations bills on a timely basis during a Congress (see H.R. 857), H1283 [29JA]

——— prohibit former Members from lobbying Congress, use of official funds for airline accommodations which are not coach-class, and cost-of-living adjustment in pay in year after a Federal budget deficit (see H.R. 3118), H4341 [5JN]

——— prohibit receipt of pay after October 1 of any fiscal year in which a concurrent budget resolution and regular appropriations bills have not been approved (see S. 39), S67 [8JA] (see H.R. 129), H205 [3JA]

——— prohibit use of funds during a lapse in appropriations to support congressional delegations (see H.R. 1144), H1517 [11FE]

——— reduce pay for failure to adopt a concurrent budget resolution and repeal automatic appropriation of funds for salaries (see H.R. 3440), H5075 [24JN]

——— reduce pay for failure to adopt a concurrent budget resolution which does not provide for a balanced budget, establish spending requirements, and restrict tax increases (see S. 44), S67 [8JA] (see H.R. 298), H282 [8JA]

——— reduce rate of pay during a Government shutdown (see H.R. 211), H209 [3JA]

——— suspend salary during a Government shutdown (see S. 74), S142 [10JA] (see H.R. 26), H201 [3JA]

——— suspend salary during any period in which automatic continuing appropriations are in effect (see H.R. 834), H1282 [29JA] (see H.R. 1178), H1581 [13FE]

Middle East: expend all appropriated bilateral assistance to the West Bank and Gaza (see S. Res. 171), S2436 [11AP]

——— improve assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (H.R. 336), consideration (see H. Res. 348), H3440 [2MY]

——— improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (see S. 1), S19 [3JA] (see H.R. 336), H283 [8JA]

——— improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and combat anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (H.R. 336), consideration (see H. Res. 314), H3256 [10AP]

MotorCities National Heritage Area: extend authorization (see S. 337), S867 [5FE]

NASA: secure technological edge of the U.S. in civil and military aviation and aeronautics (see S. 1713), S3215 [4JN]

National Endowment for the Humanities: eliminate funding (see H.R. 68), H203 [3JA]

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Establishment Act: reauthorize and amend (see S. 1139), S2387 [10AP]

National Oceanographic Partnership Program: reauthorize (see H.R. 3161), H4349 [6JN]

National Park Service: reauthorize Historically Black Colleges and Universities Historic Preservation program (see S. 280), S769 [30JA] (see H.R. 870), H1332 [30JA]

National Resource Center on Women and Retirement Planning: authorize (see S. 1672), S3106 [23MY]

National Sea Grant College Program Act: reauthorize and amend (see S. 910), S2043 [27MR] (see H.R. 2405), H3339 [30AP]

Native Americans: provide advance appropriations authority for certain accounts of BIA and Indian Health Service (see S. 229), S680 [25JA] (see H.R. 1128), H1492 [8FE]

——— provide for rental assistance for homeless or at-risk Indian veterans (see H.R. 2999), H4163 [23MY]

Natural resources: improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (see S. 47), S67 [8JA]

——— improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), correction in enrollment (see H. Con. Res. 21), H2234 [26FE]

Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act: reauthorize (see S. 310), S800 [31JA] (see H.R. 1347), H2100 [25FE]

NIH: conduct or support further comprehensive research for creation of a universal influenza vaccine (see S. 570), S1493 [26FE] (see H.R. 1371), H2233 [26FE]

NIST: enable Manufacturing USA institutes to provide advanced workforce development to certain businesses, increase program funding, review funding process, and foster economic development goals (see H.R. 2397), H3338 [30AP]

——— end funding limit for Manufacturing USA institutes, promote new institutes in innovative sectors, increase interagency collaboration, and advance certifications and training for advanced manufacturing workforce (see S. 1427), S2786 [13MY]

NOAA: clarify that during a lapse in appropriations certain services relative to Harmful Algal Bloom Operational Forecasting System are excepted services under Anti-Deficiency Act (see H.R. 3297), H4700 [14JN]

North American Development Bank: authorize U.S. participation in a general capital increase (see S. 267), S742 [29JA] (see H.R. 132), H206 [3JA] (see H.R. 3895), H7240 [23JY]

Office of National Drug Control Policy: evaluate effectiveness of federally funded programs tasked with reducing demand for illicit substances and publish information on such programs (see H.R. 3820), H7149 [18JY]

——— make technical corrections to reauthorization (see H.R. 3889), H7240 [23JY]

Ohio & Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor: increase funding (see H.R. 2288), H3255 [10AP]

——— repeal funding limitation (see S. 364), S919 [6FE] (see H.R. 1211), H1583 [13FE]

OMB: provide exception to contractor past performance standards for failure to deliver goods or complete work due to a lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 1212), H1583 [13FE]

——— require that Federal children’s programs be separately displayed and analyzed in the President’s budget (see S. 1776), S3319 [11JN]

——— withhold salary of the Director upon failure to submit the President’s budget to Congress (see H.R. 86), H204 [3JA]

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: guarantee funding for navigator programs to provide assistance in choosing health plans and increase outreach and education about plan options and financial support availability (see S. 1905), S3844 [19JN] (see H.R. 1386), H2269 [27FE]

——— provide Federal exchange outreach and educational activities (see H.R. 987), H1389 [6FE]

——— provide for American Health Benefit Exchanges outreach and educational activities (see S. 455), S1275 [12FE]

——— provide funding for American Health Benefit Exchanges navigator programs and outreach and promotional activities (see H.R. 2292), H3263 [12AP]

Peace Corps: reauthorize and provide new opportunities and benefits, increase monthly allowances and compensation, extend hiring preference, and update security for volunteers (see H.R. 3456), H5165 [25JN]

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.: prohibit funding (see S. 158), S273 [16JA]

——— provide for a moratorium on Federal funding relative to provision of abortion services and increase funding for other women’s health care service providers (see S. 141), S273 [16JA] (see H.R. 369), H357 [9JA]

Plum Island, NY: repeal requirement for GSA to sell certain Federal property, require further use be for conservation, education, and research, and conduct a special resource study (see H.R. 1578), H2504 [6MR]

Political ethics: prohibit use of funds for official travel of Members of Congress and executive branch employees and other activities during any period in which automatic continuing appropriations are in effect (see H.R. 834), H1282 [29JA]

——— prohibit use of funds for official travel of Members of Congress during any period in which automatic continuing appropriations are in effect (see H.R. 1178), H1581 [13FE]

Poverty: provide an increased allocation of funding under certain programs for assistance in persistent poverty counties (see S. 1066), S2294 [8AP] (see H.R. 2055), H3067 [3AP]

Presidential appointments: prohibit pay raises for the Vice President or any senior political appointee at an agency subject to a lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 503), H517 [11JA]

Presidents of the U.S.: prohibit continuation of an executive emergency declaration under the National Emergencies Act if the President reprograms or transfers funds over a certain amount absent approval by Congress (see H.R. 1843), H2761 [21MR]

——— prohibit creation of manufactured emergencies in order to build border walls during a Government shutdown (see H.R. 522), H518 [11JA]

Public broadcasting: prohibit Federal funding of National Public Radio and use of Federal funds to acquire radio content (see H.R. 3392), H5006 [20JN]

Public Company Accounting Oversight Board: exempt funding from budget sequester (see S. 391), S1132 [7FE]

Public debt: prioritize public debt payments, Social Security benefits, and Armed Forces allowances if the public debt ceiling is reached and provide limited authority to exceed the debt ceiling for such obligations (see S. 623), S1594 [28FE]

——— provide a process for ensuring the U.S. does not default on its obligations by making permanent authority for Congress to disapprove a debt ceiling increase instead of approving it (see S. 444), S1275 [12FE]

——— recognize the national debt as a threat to national security and commit to restoring regular order in appropriations process and addressing the fiscal crisis (see S. Res. 78), S1493 [26FE] (see H. Res. 149), H2234 [26FE]

——— repeal the public debt ceiling (see S. 1553), S3004 [21MY] (see H.R. 2870), H4063 [21MY] (see H.R. 3635), H5302 [9JY]

——— require that any debt ceiling increase or suspension be balanced by equal spending cuts (see S. 2002), S4627 [27JN]

——— suspend the public debt ceiling (see H.R. 3877), H7239 [23JY]

——— suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), consideration (see H. Res. 519), H7376 [24JY]

Public lands: maximize land management efficiencies, promote land conservation, and generate education funding (see H.R. 244), H227 [4JA]

Public welfare programs: extend funding outreach and assistance for low-income programs (see H.R. 3039), H4180 [30MY] (see H.R. 3421), H5036 [21JN]

——— extend Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program (see H.R. 260), H228 [4JA] (see H.R. 430), H461 [10JA] (see H.R. 2940), H4160 [23MY]

SBA: improve Small Business Innovation Research Program and Small Business Technology Transfer Program (see H.R. 3774), H5910 [16JY]

——— modify Federal and State Technology Partnership Program to make grants more competitive and give priority to underserved States (see S. 2023), S4628 [27JN]

——— reauthorize and improve Small Business Innovation Research Program and Small Business Technology Transfer Program (see S. 2045), S4629 [27JN]

Science: prioritize funding for expanded and sustained national investment in basic science research (see S. 1249), S2515 [30AP] (see H.R. 2400), H3338 [30AP]

Science, Depts. of Justice and Commerce, and related agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 3055), H4215 [3JN]

SEC: exempt standard setting body designated pursuant to the Securities Act from budget sequester (see S. 392), S1132 [7FE]

Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act: extend (see S. 430), S1165 [11FE] (see H.R. 3048), H4180 [30MY]

Securities Investor Protection Corp.: exempt funding from budget sequester (see S. 390), S1132 [7FE]

Senate: establish appropriate thresholds for certain budget points of order (see S. Res. 287), S5141 [29JY]

Sexual harassment: provide for research to better understand causes and consequences of sexual harassment in the scientific workforce and examine policies to reduce the prevalence and negative impact of such harassment (see S. 1067), S2294 [8AP] (see H.R. 36), H202 [3JA]

Solar energy: authorize microenterprise assistance for renewable energy projects in developing countries (see H.R. 212), H209 [3JA]

SSA: require the President to transmit annual budget without revisions to Congress and clarify process for closure of field offices (see H.R. 3905), H7240 [23JY]

Stem Cell Therapeutic and Research Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 3520), H5201 [26JN]

Taxation: establish Religious Freedom Peace Tax Fund to receive payments of taxpayers conscientiously opposed to war, ensure that such revenue is used for non-military purposes, and improve revenue collection (see H.R. 4169), H7492 [6AU]

——— terminate Presidential Election Campaign Fund and transfer remaining funds to NIH 10-Year Pediatric Research Initiative Fund (see H.R. 2234), H3253 [10AP]

Transportation: ensure each State receives a fair percentage of total Federal highway funding (see H.R. 2804), H3923 [16MY]

Transportation Security Administration: authorize use of security service fees to pay officer salaries during a lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 705), H997 [22JA]

Trump, President: prohibit funding to enforce Executive order suspending the issuance of visas to nationals of certain countries and entrance of all refugees (see S. 246), S698 [28JA] (see H.R. 810), H1242 [28JA]

——— require annual reports on Federal expenditures made to personal business holdings and regulatory actions that financially benefit the President, his businesses, and those of his close family members (see H.R. 1524), H2367 [5MR]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (see S.J. Res. 10), S1594 [28FE] (see H.J. Res. 46), H2046 [22FE]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (H.J. Res. 46), consideration (see H. Res. 144), H2099 [25FE]

U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change: prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and develop a plan for the U.S. to meet pollution reduction goals under such agreement (H.R. 9), consideration (see H. Res. 329), H3302 [29AP]

——— prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and require the President to develop a plan for the U.S. to meet its pollution reduction goals under such agreement (see S. 1743), S3251 [5JN] (see H.R. 9), H2883 [27MR]

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: extend authorization of appropriations for allocation to carry out approved wetlands conservation projects (see S. 261), S742 [29JA] (see H.R. 925), H1335 [30JA]

——— make supplemental funding available for management of fish and wildlife species of greatest conservation need as determined by State fish and wildlife agencies (see H.R. 3742), H5774 [12JY]

——— modernize funding of wildlife conservation (see S. 2092), S4807 [11JY] (see H.R. 877), H1333 [30JA]

——— reauthorize Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program and certain conservation funds and establish prize competitions on wildlife and endangered species protection and invasive species management (see S. 268), S742 [29JA] (see H.R. 872), H1333 [30JA]

U.S. Geological Survey: conduct monitoring, assessment, science, and research in support of binational fisheries within the Great Lakes Basin (see S. 446), S1275 [12FE] (see H.R. 1023), H1391 [6FE]

——— reauthorize grants for, and require applied water supply research on, water resources research and technology institutes (see S. 2164), S4947 [18JY] (see H.R. 3510), H5200 [26JN]

U.S. Soccer Federation: prohibit funding for 2026 World Cup until provision of equitable pay to members of U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team and U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (see S. 2062), S4729 [9JY] (see H.R. 3917), H7241 [23JY]

Violence Against Women Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 1239), H2030 [14FE] (see H.R. 1585), H2581 [7MR] (see H.R. 1741), H2716 [13MR]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1585), consideration (see H. Res. 281), H2985 [2AP]

Voting: require voting systems to produce voter-verified, auditable paper records of votes, provide funding to States to meet such requirements, and study use of open-source electronic voting software (see H.R. 1946), H2915 [28MR]

Water: permit States to transfer funds from Clean Water State Revolving Fund to Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to fund lead removal projects (see S. 1689), S3106 [23MY]

——— provide supplemental appropriations for safe and secure water (see H.R. 4033), H7465 [25JY]

Wild Bird Conservation Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 2685), H3727 [10MY]

Cloture motions

Abortion: prohibit taxpayer funded abortions (S. 109), motion to proceed, S247 [16JA], S288 [17JA]

Budget: setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), S5125 [29JY], S5281, S5288 [1AU]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2029 (S. 1332), motion to proceed, S3086 [23MY], S3153 [3JN]

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1790), S4452 [24JN], S4599 [27JN]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1790), motion to proceed, S3469 [13JN], S3830 [19JN]

Dept. of Homeland Security: making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), motion to proceed, S1155 [11FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), conference report, S1362, S1364 [14FE]

Disasters: making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), S549, S557, S558 [24JA], S1972 [26MR], S2064, S2081 [28MR], S2113 [1AP]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), motion to proceed, S1882 [14MR]

Middle East: improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), S736 [29JA], S776, S788 [31JA], S829 [4FE]

——— improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), motion to proceed, S31 [4JA], S48 [8JA], S128 [10JA], S174 [14JA], S693 [28JA]

Natural resources: improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), S1117 [7FE], S1161 [11FE]

——— improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), motion to proceed, S777 [31JA], S858 [5FE]

Public debt: suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), S5125 [29JY], S5281, S5288 [1AU]

Conference reports

Consolidated Appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), H1589–H1995 [13FE]

Cost Estimates

EPA-related projects to support Typhoon Yutu recovery in Northern Mariana Islands community planning and capacity building, infrastructure systems, and natural and cultural resources: EPA, H3701 [10MY]

Essays

State of the Union: Jackson Maiocco, S739 [29JA]

Explanations

Consolidated Appropriations (H.R. 648), H723–H957 [18JA]

Continuing Appropriations (H.R. 21), H155–H183 [3JA]

Letters

Aggregate amount expended on outside counsel or other experts: Committee on House Administration (House), H3281 [25AP]

Allow non-registered industry-recognized apprenticeship programs to be eligible for Dept. of Labor grant funding: Jimmy Christianson, Associated General Contractors of America, H4572 [12JN]

——— Megan Evans, Association of Equipment Manufacturers, H4573 [12JN]

——— several organizations, H4573 [12JN]

America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act: American Council of Engineering Companies of North Dakota, S5234 [31JY]

——— Bernie L. Dardis, West Fargo, ND, Board of City Commissioners, S5234 [31JY]

——— Brenda E. Derrig, Fargo, ND, City Engineer, S5233 [31JY]

——— Brian Ritter, Bismarck-Mandan, ND, Chamber of Commerce, S5235 [31JY]

——— Dave Carlsrud, Mayor of Valley City, ND, S5234 [31JY]

——— Fargo-Moorhead, ND, Metropolitan Council of Governments, S5233 [31JY]

——— Michael R. Brown, Mayor of Grand Forks, ND, S5234 [31JY]

——— Russ Hanson, Associated General Contractors of North Dakota, S5233 [31JY]

——— Thomas K. Sorel and Doug Burgum, North Dakota Dept. of Transportation, S5233 [31JY]

Border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children supplemental appropriations: Alex M. Azar II, Sec. of HHS and Kevin McAleenan, Dept. of Homeland Security, H4670 [13JN]

Border security funding and immigration reform: President Trump, H294 [9JA]

——— Russell T. Vought, OMB, S43 [8JA], S1570 [28FE], H588 [15JA]

Budget aggregate and allocation revisions: Representative Womack, Committee on the Budget (House), H3445 [3MY], H3839 [15MY], H4061 [21MY], H4310 [4JN], H5034 [21JN]

CDC Firefighter Cancer Registry funding: several firefighter organizations, H4547 [12JN]

CDC Public Health Approach to Blood Disorders Program for Sickle Cell Disease funding: Roy L. Silverstein, American Society of Hematology Inc., and Beverly Francis-Gibson, Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Inc., H4549 [12JN]

Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program Extension Act: Kirstjen M. Nielsen, Sec. of Homeland Security, H267 [8JA]

——— Senator Johnson, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (Senate) and Senator Capito, Committee on Appropriations (Senate), H266 [8JA]

Climate Action Now Act: Anne L. Kelly, Ceres, Inc., H3380 [1MY]

——— Drew McConville, Wilderness Society, H3371 [1MY]

——— Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) (organization), H3378–H3380 [1MY]

——— Gene Karpinski, League of Conservation Voters, H3371 [1MY]

——— Hilary O. Shelton, NAACP, H3372 [1MY]

——— Leo W. Gerard, United Steelworkers (organization), H3372 [1MY]

——— Michael Williams, BlueGreen Alliance, H3372 [1MY]

——— Robert M. McLean, American College of Physicians (organization), H3380 [1MY]

——— several environmental organizations, H3358, H3370 [1MY]

——— several public health and medical organizations, H3358, H3373 [1MY]

——— We Are Still In (organization), H3372 [1MY]

Coast Guard appropriations: Representative Bennie G. Thompson, Committee on Homeland Security (House), H7285 [24JY]

——— Representative DeFazio, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House), H7285 [24JY]

Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program funding reallocation for construction of wall or fence along southern U.S. border: several Representatives, H4740 [18JN]

Dept. of Defense appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction: Representative Adam Smith, Committee on Armed Services (House), H5338, H5339, H5340, H5341, H5342 [10JY]

——— Representative Bennie G. Thompson, Committee on Homeland Security (House), H5340 [10JY]

——— Representative Cummings, Committee on Oversight and Reform (House), H5340 [10JY]

——— Representative DeFazio, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House), H5341 [10JY]

——— Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (House), H5341 [10JY]

——— Representative Engel, Committee on Foreign Affairs (House), H5339 [10JY]

——— Representative Grijalva, Committee on Natural Resources (House), H5340 [10JY]

——— Representative Lofgren, Committee on House Administration (House), H5338 [10JY]

——— Representative Lowey, Committee on Appropriations (House), H5338 [10JY]

——— Representative Nadler, Committee on the Judiciary (House), H5340 [10JY]

——— Representative Pallone, Committee on Energy and Commerce (House), H5339 [10JY]

——— Representative Peterson, Committee on Agriculture (House), H5338 [10JY]

——— Representative Robert C. (Bobby) Scott, Committee on Education and Labor (House), H5339 [10JY]

——— Representative Schiff, Committee on Intelligence (House, Select), H5342 [10JY]

——— Representative Takano, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House), H5341 [10JY]

——— Representative Velázquez, Committee on Small Business (House), H5341 [10JY]

——— Representative Waters, Committee on Financial Services (House), H5339 [10JY]

——— Representative Yarmuth, Committee on the Budget (House), H5338 [10JY]

Dept. of HHS Administration on Aging Lifespan Respite Care Program reauthorization: several disability organizations, S2192 [2AP]

Dept. of HHS demonstration program to test alternative pain management protocols to limit use of opioids in emergency departments: Vidor E. Friedman, American College of Emergency Physicians, H4639 [13JN]

Dept. of HHS Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Program reauthorization and expansion: Beat Steiner, Fred Miser, and Judith Belle Brown, Council of Academic Family Medicine, S805 [31JA]

——— Michael L. Munger, American Academy of Family Physicians, S806 [31JA]

——— Stephen C. Shannon, American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, S806 [31JA]

Dept. of Labor Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center funding: James W. Tobin III, National Association of Home Builders, H4542, H4543 [12JN]

Dept. of the Interior funding for oil and gas preleasing, leasing, and related activities in certain areas off the coast of Florida: several Florida Representatives, H4951 [20JN]

Dept. of Transportation increase of allowable length of certain trucks hauling sugar beets on non-interstate roads in Malheur County, OR: Senators Wyden, Risch, Crapo, and Merkley, H423 [10JA]

Disaster relief to Puerto Rico for those affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria: Senators Leahy and Schumer, S2018 [27MR]

Ensure admitted candidates to military academies undergo screenings for speech disorders, are provided results of such screenings, and the option of undergoing speech therapy: Pamela Mertz, National Stuttering Association, H5670 [11JY]

Government shutdown relative to budget process, S91 [9JA], S121 [10JA], S308, S309 [19JA], S320, S321 [22JA], S491 [23JA], H231 [8JA]

——— Chris Allen, American Federation of Government Employees, Council of Prison Locals, Local 2008, S52 [8JA]

——— Illinois constituent, E77 [23JA]

——— Karl L. Schultz, Coast Guard, S204 [15JA]

——— Kathleen DeMaster, S246 [16JA]

——— Law Enforcement Immigration Task Force, H1019 [23JA]

——— Maine constituent, H1198 [24JA]

——— New Hampshire air traffic controllers, S50–S52 [8JA], S240–S242 [16JA]

——— several freshman Representatives, S253 [16JA]

House of Representatives Office of General Counsel aggregate amount expended on outside counsel or other experts: Representative Lofgren, Committee on House Administration (House), H5823 [15JY]

NOAA contract with National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to undertake study of terrestrial U.S. Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise: Antonio J. Busalacchi, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, E835 [25JN]

Non-defense discretionary budget programs funding: Mission Readiness—Council for a Strong America, S1572 [28FE]

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act navigator program funding to assist in choosing plans and increase outreach about plan options and financial support availability: several medical organizations, H3875 [16MY]

Prohibit supplemental disaster appropriations from being used to plan, develop, or construct a wall along southern U.S. border: Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas, and Texas congressional delegation, H648 [16JA]

Securing American Nonprofit Organizations Against Terrorism Act: Robert B. Goldberg, Jewish Federations of North America, H4366 [10JN]

Stronger Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act: Katherine McGuire, American Psychological Association Services, Inc., H3994 [20MY]

——— Kyle E. Yasuda, American Academy of Pediatrics, H3993 [20MY]

——— Ruth J. Friedman, National Child Abuse Coalition, H3993 [20MY]

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program extension: Kate Brown and Charlie Baker, National Governors Association, H4195 [3JN]

U.S.-Israel Cooperation Enhancement and Regional Security Act: Representative Bennie G. Thompson, Committee on Homeland Security (House), H7196 [23JY]

——— Representative DeFazio, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House), H7195 [23JY]

——— Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (House), H7195 [23JY]

——— Representative Engel, Committee on Foreign Affairs (House), H7194, H7195, H7196 [23JY]

——— Representative Nadler, Committee on the Judiciary (House), H7196 [23JY]

——— Representative Pallone, Committee on Energy and Commerce (House), H7195 [23JY]

——— Representative Peterson, Committee on Agriculture (House), H7195 [23JY]

——— Representative Takano, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House), H7196 [23JY]

Violence Against Women Act reauthorization: Representative Grijalva, Committee on Natural Resources (House), H3005 [3AP]

——— Representative Nadler, Committee on the Judiciary (House), H3004, H3005 [3AP]

——— Representative Neal, Committee on Ways and Means (House), H3004 [3AP]

——— Representative Pallone, Committee on Energy and Commerce (House), H3004 [3AP]

——— Representative Robert C. ‘‘Bobby’’ Scott, Committee on Education and Labor (House), H3005 [3AP]

——— Representative Takano, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House), H3005 [3AP]

——— Representative Waters, Committee on Financial Services (House), H3004 [3AP]

Lists

Accounts identified for advance appropriations for fiscal year 2018, H280 [8JA]

Committee on Appropriations (Senate) staff who worked on conference report on H.J. Res. 31, consolidated appropriations, S1363 [14FE]

Committee on Appropriations (Senate) staff who worked on H.R. 2157, disaster relief supplemental appropriations, S3085 [23MY]

Organizations supporting S. 47, Natural Resources Management Act, S900 [6FE]

Representatives supporting H.R. 1585, Violence Against Women Act reauthorization, that are not listed as cosponsors, H3012 [3AP]

Senate staff who worked on S. 47, Natural Resources Management Act, S900 [6FE]

Memorandums

America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act: Jason Benson, Cass County, ND, Engineer, S5234 [31JY]

Messages

Budget of the U.S. Government for Fiscal Year 2020: President Trump, S1760 [11MR], H2625 [11MR]

Veto of H.J. Res. 46, Terminate President Trump’s Declared National Emergency To Obtain Funding for Construction of a Continuous Wall or Fence Along Southern U.S. Border: President Trump, H2750 [18MR]

Motions

Abortion: prohibit taxpayer funded abortions (S. 109), S247 [16JA]

Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies programs: making appropriations (H.R. 265), H397 [10JA]

Budget: setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), S5125 [29JY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2029 (S. 1332), S3086 [23MY], S3145 [3JN]

Continuing: making (H.J. Res. 28), H692, H700 [17JA]

——— making (H.R. 21), H189 [3JA]

——— making (H.R. 21), consideration (H. Res. 5), H8, H16 [3JA]

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 2500), H5760 [12JY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1790), S3469 [13JN], S4452 [24JN]

Dept. of Homeland Security: making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), S1152 [11FE], H194 [3JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), consideration (H. Res. 5), H8, H16 [3JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), S684 [25JA], H1181 [24JA]

Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 266), H497 [11JA]

Depts. of Commerce, Justice, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, HUD, and VA, FDA, EPA, science, and military construction: making appropriations (H.R. 3055), H5102 [25JN]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2740), H4731 [18JN], H4795 [19JN]

Depts. of Transportation and HUD and related agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 267), H428 [10JA]

Disasters: making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), S325 [22JA], S1882 [14MR], H660 [16JA]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), H3713 [10MY]

Financial services and general Government: making appropriations (H.R. 264), H337 [9JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3351), H5194 [26JN]

Government: making consolidated appropriations (H.R. 648), H1158 [23JA]

Health: reduce prescription drug prices, facilitate entry of generic and biosimilar products into the market, strengthen Federal exchanges, and reverse extension of short-term health plans (H.R. 987), H3904 [16MY]

Immigration: making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), S4542 [26JN], H5161 [25JN], H5248 [27JN]

Middle East: improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), S31 [4JA], S166 [14JA], S187 [15JA], S299 [18JA], S326 [22JA], S541, S549 [24JA], S725 [29JA]

Natural resources: improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), S1108, S1109 [7FE], S1160 [11FE]

Public debt: suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), S5125 [29JY]

U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change: prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and require the President to develop a plan for the U.S. to meet its pollution reduction goals under such agreement (H.R. 9), H3426 [2MY]

Violence Against Women Act: reauthorize (H.R. 1585), H3084 [4AP]

Notices

Estimated budget effects of H.R. 987, Strengthening Health Care and Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Act, H3786 [14MY], H3921 [16MY]

Estimated budget effects of H.R. 1837, U.S.-Israel Cooperation Enhancement and Regional Security Act, H7237 [23JY]

Estimated budget effects of H.R. 1947, Federal transfer of funds to Dept. of Veterans Affairs for nonprofit corporations established to fund research and education at medical centers exemption from certain Economy Act provisions, H4062 [21MY]

Estimated budget effects of H.R. 3352, Dept. of State authorities, H7375 [24JY]

Estimated budget effects of H.R. 3409, Coast Guard appropriations, H7375 [24JY]

Intention to object to H.R. 269, Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act: Senator Braun, S1910 [14MR]

Petitions and memorials

Texas: Disaster Housing Response and Recovery Block Grant Program, S4765 [10JY]

Press releases

Climate Action Now Act: Environmental Defense Action Fund (organization), H3372 [1MY]

Remarks in House

Abortion: repeal Mexico City policy relative to limiting U.S. foreign assistance from being spent on the promotion or provision of abortion services, H4407 [11JN], H4448 [12JN]

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: provide funding to study the impact on patient health of insurers that require patients obtain approval prior to receiving certain medical services, H3911 [16MY]

Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies programs: across-the-board funding reduction, H4943 [20JN]

——— making appropriations, H184, H186 [3JA], H1152 [23JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 265), H375–H398, H451 [10JA], H550 [15JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 265), consideration (H. Res. 28), H302–H311 [9JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 265), motion to recommit, H397 [10JA]

Agriculture Improvement Act: implementation, H2687 [13MR]

AID: Armenian democracy assistance funding, H4648, H4649 [13JN]

——— illegal, unreported, unregulated fishing in foreign waters prevention funding, H4678 [13JN]

Air Force: operations and maintenance account funding to rebuild military installations affected by disasters, H3703, H3704 [10MY]

Air pollution: prohibit funding to prepare, propose, or promulgate any regulation or guidance that references or relies on analysis of the social cost of carbon, H4746 [18JN]

American Samoa: nutritional assistance programs funding, H658 [16JA], H3700 [10MY]

Amtrak: funding, H425 [10JA]

——— prohibit funding to conduct employee layoffs in contravention of Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, H5053 [24JN]

Armed Forces: develop and implement a plan for withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, H1324 [30JA]

——— impact on readiness of diverting funds to construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, H2821 [26MR]

——— repeal authority to use against Iraq, H5718, H5719 [11JY], E935 [17JY]

Arms sales: restrict the President’s emergency export authority under the Arms Export Control Act and limit use of an emergency determination to approve overseas manufacturing or co-production of defense items, H5545 [10JY]

Army: combat development centers funding, H5014 [21JN]

——— Future Vertical Lift program funding, H4721 [18JN]

ATF: funding, H4784 [19JN]

Barksdale AFB, LA: Weapons Generation Facility construction funding, H5014 [21JN]

BLS: funding, H4533, H4534 [12JN]

——— submit to Congress an estimate of resources needed to address changes in technology and its impact on workforce development and job displacement, H4562 [12JN]

Budget: allocation of funds, H2629 [11MR], H2655, H2656, H2676 [12MR], H2689, H2690, H2704 [13MR], H2721, H2722, H2734, H2736 [14MR], H2832 [27MR], H2901–H2903 [28MR], H3089 [4AP], H3120 [8AP], H3140, H3144, H3145 [9AP], H3998 [20MY], H4333 [5JN], H4795 [19JN]

——— comply with pay-as-you-go requirement, H25 [3JA], H1400–H1403 [7FE]

——— constitutional amendment to require balanced, H2224 [26FE]

——— increase, and establish caps for, defense and non-defense discretionary spending in establishing a congressional budget for 2020 (H.R. 2021), H3089 [4AP], H7407 [25JY]

——— increase, and establish caps for, defense and non-defense discretionary spending in establishing a congressional budget for 2020 (H.R. 2021), consideration (H. Res. 294), H3141–H3148 [9AP]

——— modify congressional budget and appropriations process to provide fiscal stability, E959 [23JY]

——— modify congressional budget and appropriations process to provide fiscal stability (H.R. 1536), H3832 [15MY]

——— provide for automatic continuing resolutions (H.R. 834), H1288, H1319, H1320 [30JA], H2005 [14FE]

——— provide for automatic continuing resolutions (H.R. 1280), H2009 [14FE]

——— provide for budget enforcement and limit advance appropriations (H. Res. 293), H3185 [9AP]

——— provide for budget enforcement and limit advance appropriations (H. Res. 293), adopt (H. Res. 294), H3141–H3148 [9AP]

——— provide parity for defense and nondefense spending, H4405 [11JN]

——— provide that any estimate prepared by CBO or Committee on Taxation (Joint) shall include costs relative to servicing the public debt (H.R. 638), H3831 [15MY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), H7398–H7409 [25JY], E1008, E1012 [30JY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), consideration (H. Res. 519), H7390–H7397 [25JY]

Buffalo, NY: revitalization of waterfront, H3349 [1MY]

Bureau of Prisons: funding to address impact of solitary confinement on prisoners with mental health issues, H4936, H4937 [20JN]

Bureau of Reclamation: ground water restoration projects funding, H4745 [18JN]

——— public health benefit projects funding, H4745 [18JN]

Bureau of the Census: funding, H5103 [25JN]

——— prohibit funding to include any question in the decennial census that was not included in the Providence County, RI, End-to-End Census Test, H4784, H4886–H4888 [19JN]

——— prohibit funding to share collected data with other Federal agencies in contravention of confidentiality policies, H4892, H4893 [19JN]

Career and Technical Education Act: reauthorize, H1528 [13FE]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 2353), H5834 [16JY]

CBO: require use of macroeconomic analysis in estimating budgetary effects of major revenue legislation, H13, H14 [3JA]

CDC: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances health study funding, H5658 [11JY]

——— authorize appropriations for firearms safety or gun violence prevention research, H1439 [7FE]

——— Climate and Health Program funding, H4399 [11JN]

——— Coordinated Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Program colorectal cancer research funding, H4633, H4634 [13JN]

——— Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances program funding, H4566 [12JN]

——— Firefighter Cancer Registry funding, H4547, H4548 [12JN]

——— Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Grant Program funding through reductions in Dept. of HHS Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration funding, H4568, H4569 [12JN]

——— gun violence prevention in schools and higher education research funding, H4605, H4606 [12JN], H4776 [19JN], H5175 [26JN]

——— Lyme disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment funding, H4634, H4635 [13JN]

——— National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases funding, H4538–H4540 [12JN]

——— National Center for Injury Prevention and Control suicide awareness, research, and prevention funding, H4613, H4614 [12JN]

——— National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities funding for Public Health Approach to Blood Disorders Program for Sickle Cell Disease, H4548, H4549 [12JN]

——— national standard to investigate childhood deaths from sudden infant death syndrome establishment funding, H4565, H4566 [12JN]

——— neonatal abstinence syndrome research funding, H4579 [12JN]

——— Opioid-Related Infectious Disease program funding, H4611, H4612 [12JN]

——— Rape Prevention and Education Grant Program funding, H4573, H4574 [12JN]

——— report on Rape Prevention and Education Grant Program awardee activities and best practices, H3032 [3AP]

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act navigator program funding, H4570, H4571 [12JN]

Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act: reauthorize (H.R. 2480), H3978–H3994, H3998 [20MY], E637 [21MY]

China: require Annual Report on Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China to include assessment of expansion of surveillance, E911 [12JY]

Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3409), H7263–H7287 [24JY], H7384 [25JY], E990 [25JY], E1013 [30JY]

——— boat construction contract process, H7287 [24JY]

——— improve shore infrastructure, standardize facility assessments and maintenance of installations, and implement GAO recommendations on maintenance project management, H7285 [24JY], E1013 [30JY]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.R. 350), H615 [16JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.R. 367), E102 [29JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.R. 421), H370 [10JA]

Committee on Appropriations (House): tribute to members and staff who worked on H.R. 2740, Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development appropriations, H4731 [18JN]

Committee on the Climate Crisis (House, Select): authorizing expenditures (H. Res. 86), adopt (H. Res. 105), H1399–H1403 [7FE]

Committee on the Modernization of Congress (House, Select): authorizing expenditures (H. Res. 86), adopt (H. Res. 105), H1399–H1403 [7FE]

Committees of the House: authorizing expenditures (H. Res. 245), H2875 [27MR]

Congress: accomplishments of the 115th Congress, H350–H355 [9JA]

——— legislative process, H3831 [15MY], H3954 [17MY], H4451 [12JN], H5024, H5025 [21JN]

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: bring into the regular appropriations process, H4092–H4094 [22MY]

Continuing: making, H537 [14JA], H552, H553, H583–H587 [15JA], H633–H637, H660 [16JA], H1396 [7FE]

——— making (H.J. Res. 27), H556–H558, H583 [15JA]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), H689–H692, H700, H701 [17JA]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), consideration (H. Res. 52), H683–H688 [17JA]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), motion to recommit, H692 [17JA]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), Senate amendment, H1215 [25JA]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), unanimous-consent agreement, H702 [17JA]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), unanimous-consent request, H700 [17JA]

——— making (H.R. 21), H32–H190 [3JA], H225 [4JA], H232 [8JA], H502 [11JA], H547, H549, H581, H582 [15JA]

——— making (H.R. 21): motion to recommit, H189, H190 [3JA]

——— making (H.R. 21), consideration (H. Res. 5), H8–H17 [3JA]

Contracts: prohibit the President, Vice President, and Cabinet members from contracting with the Federal Government, H5557, H5558 [10JY]

Corps of Engineers: construction of Soo Locks at Sault Ste. Marie, MI, H4053 [21MY]

——— flood and storm damage reduction funding, H4748 [18JN]

——— funding, E816 [21JN]

——— prohibit funding to finalize environmental impact statement for proposed Pebble Mine project, H4746–H4748 [18JN]

——— prohibit issuance of permits for the discharge of dredged or fill material from a project within Water Conservation Areas in the Everglades, H4741, H4742 [18JN]

——— prohibit reallocation of Civil Works Program funding for construction of wall or fence along southern U.S. border, H4739–H4741 [18JN]

——— prohibit reallocation of Civil Works Program funding to another Federal department or agency, H4748, H4749 [18JN]

——— repeal Presidential authority to terminate or defer civil works projects funding for national defense or emergencies (H.R. 1137), E157 [11FE]

——— sewer overflow systems infrastructure projects funding, H4745 [18JN]

Courts: tribal courts funding, E838 [25JN]

Dept. of Agriculture: allow use of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program reserve funds to cover any shortfall in Northern Mariana Islands Nutritional Assistance Program funding, H4942 [20JN]

——— clarify Federal Grain Inspection Service policies, E806 [20JN]

——— Community Connect Grant Program funding to improve broadband deployment into rural areas, H4942 [20JN]

——— dairy industry business development funding, H4942 [20JN]

——— Dairy Margin Coverage Program implementation, H5206 [27JN]

——— Distance Learning and Telemedicine grant program funding, H4944, H4945 [20JN]

——— emergency disaster assistance funding for agricultural producers who suffered losses from hurricanes, wildfires, and other related losses, H646, H647 [16JA]

——— Emergency Watershed Protection Program funding, H3708, H3709 [10MY]

——— expedite Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration rulemaking process and ensure new rules support fair trade practices for livestock and poultry industries, H4946, H4947 [20JN]

——— funding, H2656 [12MR]

——— National Institute of Food and Agriculture agricultural research and extension funding for historically Black land-grant colleges and universities, H4957 [20JN]

——— National Institute of Food and Agriculture Agriculture and Food Research Initiative funding, H4941 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding to implement Federal matching requirement for Specialty Crop Research Initiative grant recipients, H3705, H3706 [10MY]

——— prohibit funding to relocate research agencies from National Capital Region, H4782 [19JN]

——— prohibit funding to remove term ‘‘climate change’’ from official publications, H4945, H4946 [20JN]

——— prohibit GSA funding to relocate research agencies from National Capital Region, H5132 [25JN], E846 [26JN]

——— prohibit release of proprietary Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program sales data of food retailers, H393 [10JA]

——— proposed rule limiting broad-based categorical eligibility for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits, H5918 [17JY], H7248, H7257 [24JY], H7390, H7444 [25JY]

——— ReConnect Program funding to improve broadband access in rural areas, H397 [10JA]

——— Reimbursement Transportation Cost Payment Program for Geographically Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers funding, H4942 [20JN]

——— Rural eConnectivity (ReConnect) Program funding, H4945 [20JN]

——— Rural Health and Safety Education Program funding to combat opioid epidemic in rural communities, H4942 [20JN]

——— Rural Utilities Service funding to address inadequate wastewater infrastructure in rural and unincorporated communities, H4941 [20JN]

——— Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program funding, H348 [9JA], H391, H395, H396 [10JA], H550 [15JA], H983 [22JA], H1020, H1022 [23JA], H1248 [29JA], H2374 [6MR], H4000–H4005 [20MY], H4780 [19JN], H5081 [25JN]

Dept. of Commerce: commercial fishery and fishery resource disaster funding, H622 [16JA]

——— International Trade Administration antidumping and countervailing duty trade remedy enforcement funding, H4892 [19JN], H4940 [20JN]

——— Office of Inspector General funding, H4894, H4895 [19JN]

Dept. of Defense: Air Force operation and maintenance funding, H2876 [27MR]

——— Air Force University Research Initiative funding, H5664 [11JY]

——— allow civilian academic faculty at covered institutions to retain copyright for scholarly works completed outside of their assigned instructional duties, H5545 [10JY]

——— allow community college students holding or expecting to receive an associate degree to apply for Technology and National Security Fellowship Program, H5686 [11JY]

——— allow veterans enrolled in Wounded Warrior program to continue enrollment in Military Adaptive Sports Program for a certain period of time after separation, H5658 [11JY]

——— amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research funding, H4729 [18JN]

——— Army, Army Reserve, and Army National Guard training support funding, H4928 [20JN]

——— assess foreign military influence in Pacific Island countries, H5567 [10JY]

——— assess status and feasibility of expanding security cooperation and assistance to Pacific Island countries, H5567 [10JY]

——— authorize senior Armed Forces officials to endorse and participate in activities of charitable foundations that support service academies, H5545 [10JY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 2500), H5337–H5576 [10JY], H5593, H5594–H5724 [11JY], H5732, H5733–H5743, H5750–H5764, H5768–H5770 [12JY], H5778 [15JY], E893 [10JY], E904 [11JY], E909, E910, E911, E912, E913 [12JY], E917, E918, E919 [15JY], E935, E937 [17JY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 2500), consideration (H. Res. 476), H5314–H5323 [10JY], H5779 [15JY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 2500), corrections in engrossment, H5765 [12JY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (H.R. 2500), motion to recommit, H5762 [12JY]

——— award grants to defense education schools and to local education agencies that host Junior ROTC programs for the establishment, improvement, or expansion of world language, E912 [12JY]

——— clarify contraception coverage parity to ensure all methods of contraception approved by the FDA are covered by TRICARE without copay, including contraceptive counseling, insertion, and removal, H5545 [10JY]

——— Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program arthritis research funding, H4720 [18JN]

——— Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program tick-borne disease research funding, H4714 [18JN]

——— construction and maintenance of roads leading to military installations funding, H5740 [12JY]

——— Defense-Wide Manufacturing Science and Technology program funding for anti-tamper heterogeneous integrated microelectronics, H5692 [11JY]

——— Defense-Wide Manufacturing Science and Technology program funding for Microelectronics Cybersecurity Center, H4730 [18JN]

——— electromagnetic railgun development funding, H4715 [18JN]

——— end use of firefighting foam containing per- or polyfluoroalkyl substances, H5648 [11JY]

——— ensure admitted candidates to military academies undergo screenings for speech disorders, are provided results of such screenings, and the option of undergoing speech therapy, H5669–H5672 [11JY]

——— ensure National Capital Consortium Psychiatry Residency Program leadership maintains a workplace free of racial, gender, or other forms of discrimination or harassment, H5677 [11JY]

——— ensure that all incineration of materials containing per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances eliminates them while also ensuring that none is emitted into the air, H5649 [11JY]

——— establish partnerships with academic health centers to reduce opioid dependency, develop new pain management methods, and advance technologies to improve lives of wounded veterans, H5658 [11JY]

——— establish procedures to return to the U.S. military working dogs who have retired from service abroad and been adopted by civilian families, E827 [24JN]

——— expand access to infertility treatment to all servicemembers, H5545 [10JY]

——— expand space-available flight program funding to include spouses and caregivers of disabled veterans, H4726, H4727 [18JN]

——— Expeditionary Sea Base weapons pilot program funding, H4723 [18JN]

——— funding, H7402–H7405 [25JY]

——— give priority to States with the most need when distributing excess property for firefighting purposes, H5659 [11JY]

——— health impact of open air burn pits on service personnel research funding, H5711 [11JY]

——— impact of climate change on national security study funding, H4721 [18JN]

——— improve oversight of privatized military housing provided to Armed Forces members and their families, H5649 [11JY]

——— improve procedures for reporting civilian casualties, H5602, H5603 [11JY]

——— include cybersecurity as an acquisitions component relative to oversight responsibilities, H5654 [11JY]

——— include dinnerware and stainless steel flatware in items required to be purchased from domestic companies, H5549, H5550 [10JY]

——— Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment Program funding, E797 [19JN]

——— Innovative Readiness Training program funding, H4722 [18JN]

——— integration of 3-D printed components in undersea warfare platforms funding, H4714 [18JN]

——— intermediate-range conventional missile systems research and development funding, H4724, H4725 [18JN]

——— lead-free electronics research and development funding, H4721 [18JN], E792 [19JN]

——— limit waivers to extend use of firefighting foam containing per- or polyfluoroalkyl substances and implement plan for complete phaseout, H5658 [11JY]

——— Long-Range Standoff Weapon funding, H4727, H4728 [18JN]

——— low-enriched uranium for use in naval reactors feasibility assessment funding through reductions in National Nuclear Security Administration funding, H5622–H5624 [11JY]

——— Malmstrom AFB, MT, facilities improvement funding, H5594 [11JY]

——— military construction funding to rebuild installations in North Carolina and Florida affected by hurricanes, H3702, H3703 [10MY]

——— military emergency responder facility construction projects funding, H5011, H5012 [21JN]

——— military installation road safety funding, H5019, H5020 [21JN]

——— military readiness, pay increase, and personnel account funding, H5762 [12JY]

——— National Defense Education Program civics education grants funding, H4715, H4716 [18JN]

——— National Security Innovation Network Hacking for Defense course funding, H4716 [18JN]

——— Offutt AFB, NE, simulator replacement funding, H5545 [10JY]

——— overseas contingency operations funding, H2832 [27MR], H5643, H5644 [11JY]

——— post-traumatic stress disorder treatment funding, H5672 [11JY]

——— prohibit funding for aerial refueling of aircraft of Saudi Arabia, H1547 [13FE]

——— prohibit funding for any building project that does not conform to military installation resilience standards, H5019 [21JN]

——— prohibit funding for certain support to Saudi Arabia-led intervention in Yemen against the Houthis, H5598, H5599 [11JY]

——— prohibit funding for sale of air-to-ground munitions to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, H5734, H5735 [12JY], E909 [12JY]

——— prohibit funding for sale of defense articles to Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates under emergency authority and circumvention of congressional review, H5596–H5598 [11JY]

——— prohibit funding to contract with any company that is a subsidiary of a company with Chinese controlling interest, H5320 [10JY]

——— prohibit funding to enter into any contract, grant, or cooperative agreement with any Trump Organization-related business, H5633, H5634 [11JY]

——— prohibit funding to house or construct housing for foreign nationals detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, H5733, H5734 [12JY]

——— prohibit funding to implement policy to ban certain transgender people from serving in the military, H4717 [18JN]

——— prohibit funding to propose, plan, or execute any additional base realignment and closure rounds, H5017 [21JN]

——— prohibit funding to reimburse the Taliban for certain expenses, H4713 [18JN]

——— prohibit military parades and exhibitions for political purposes, H5635, H5636 [11JY]

——— prohibit Special Defense Acquisition Fund funding for assistance to Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates to conduct hostilities in Yemen, H5596 [11JY]

——— provide flexibility to provide technical assistance by U.S. military women to military women in other countries combating violence as a weapon of war, terrorism, human trafficking, or narcotics trafficking, H4711–H4713 [18JN]

——— provide that Armed Forces members and their immediate family members are eligible for parole in place under Immigration and Nationality Act, H5631, H5632 [11JY]

——— Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) Program funding, H4728, H4729 [18JN]

——— recognize importance of goal to procure renewable energy, reduce greenhouse emissions, and make military more resilient in the face of climate change, H3418 [2MY]

——— repeal prohibition on funding for deployment of low-yield ballistic missile warhead, H5713, H5714 [11JY]

——— report on annual defense spending of each of our NATO and non-NATO allies, H5593 [11JY]

——— report on feasibility of establishing a high-level, interagency U.S.-Taiwan working group for coordinating responses to merging issues relative to cybersecurity, H5686 [11JY]

——— report on program, policies, and practices relative to small farms and make recommendations on working with small farms to supply commissaries and feed servicemembers, H5594 [11JY]

——— report on risks posed by non-military aircraft flying over military installations, H5568 [10JY]

——— report to Congress on financial costs and national security benefits of overseas military operations, H5555–H5557 [10JY]

——— require Air Force and Defense Logistics Agency report on need for, and/or benefits of, constructing new or maintaining direct fuel pipeline connections, H5677 [11JY]

——— require installation and maintenace of carbon monoxide detectors in all military family housing units, H5659 [11JY]

——— require report from the President on the status of diplomatic deconfliction efforts with Iran to prevent hostilities, E909 [12JY]

——— require written consent from all parties involved in a dispute under Servicemembers Civil Relief Act before settling said conflict through arbitration, H5546 [10JY]

——— Ridgecrest, CA, earthquake recovery funding relative to necessary repairs at Navy China Lake facility, H5653 [11JY]

——— study cost effectiveness of W80–4 nuclear warhead life extension program, H5619, H5620 [11JY]

——— submit report to Congress on cybersecurity threat information sharing with Defense Industrial Base, including academic institutions, H5682 [11JY]

——— traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, and psychological health research funding, H4729, H4730 [18JN]

——— Trident D5 submarine-launched low-yield nuclear warhead funding, H4725, H4726 [18JN], H5347 [10JY]

——— triple-negative breast cancer research funding, H5671, H5672 [11JY]

——— Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Research Program funding, H2654 [12MR]

——— women’s reproductive health research funding, H5659 [11JY]

——— Wounded Warrior Service Dog Program funding, H5677 [11JY]

Dept. of Education: American History and Civics Education program funding, H4579 [12JN]

——— career, technical, and adult job training funding, H4618 [12JN]

——— Comprehensive Literacy Development Grants program funding, H4636, H4637 [13JN]

——— Federal TRIO Programs outreach and support services for those at greatest risk of not completing college funding, H4545–H4547 [12JN]

——— Individuals With Disabilities Education Act grant funding, H4617, H4618 [12JN]

——— National Center for College Students With Disabilities funding, H4606 [12JN]

——— Office of Inspector General funding through reductions in Dept. of Labor Office of Labor Management Standards funding, H4622, H4623 [12JN]

——— prohibit funding to limit functions of Office for Civil Rights, H4604, H4605 [12JN]

——— Project School Emergency Response to Violence (SERV) funding, H4635, H4636 [13JN]

——— provide a deferment for certain student loans of Federal employees subject to a lapse in discretionary appropriations (H.R. 781), H2009 [14FE]

——— reauthorize and modify Federal TRIO Programs (H.R. 3800), H7226 [23JY]

——— School Safety National Activities program funding, H4407 [11JN]

——— Statewide Family Engagement Centers Program funding, H4535 [12JN]

Dept. of Energy: Argonne National Laboratory Leadership Computing Facility funding, H4744 [18JN]

——— distributed wind technologies and research programs funding, H4744 [18JN]

——— energy efficiency and renewable energy funding through reductions in fossil fuel research and development funding, H4742 [18JN]

——— National Quantum Initiative Centers funding, E827 [24JN]

——— Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs funding, H4742 [18JN]

——— Office of Nuclear Energy Light Water Sustainability Program funding, H4744, H4745 [18JN]

——— prohibit funding to implement or enforce phase-out of incandescent light bulbs, H4742 [18JN]

——— reauthorize Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) (H.R. 4091), E1015 [30JY]

——— Water Power Technologies Office funding, H4744 [18JN]

——— Weatherization Assistance Program funding, H5010 [21JN]

Dept. of HHS: Administration on Aging Lifespan Respite Care Program funding, H4559, H4560 [12JN]

——— allow State-run health insurance marketplaces to be eligible for federally-facilitated marketplace navigator program funds, H3880, H3881 [16MY]

——— authorize funding for creation and implementation of infant mortality pilot programs in standard metropolitan statistical areas with high rates of infant mortality (H.R. 117), E5 [3JA]

——— Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority funding, H4562, H4563 [12JN]

——— children’s mental health services grants funding, H4536 [12JN]

——— clarify that early childhood developmental screenings are considered an allowable medical service by the Office of Refugee Resettlement, H4614, H4615 [12JN]

——— Community Resource Centers funding through reductions in departmental management funding, H4606, H4607 [12JN]

——— conduct a demonstration program to test alternative pain management protocols to limit use of opioids in emergency departments, H4639, H4640 [13JN]

——— conduct study on effects of forced child marriage in States that have not prevented practice, H3990 [20MY]

——— Developmental Disabilities Projects of National Significance program funding, H4567 [12JN]

——— encourage Health Resources and Services Administration coordination with Dept. of Agriculture to improve rural health care access, H4616, H4617 [12JN]

——— Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative funding, E755 [12JN]

——— ensure medically-tailored nutrition interventions are included in evidence-based practices for enhancing senior nutrition, H4531, H4532 [12JN]

——— ensure State plans for safe care of infants exposed to substances in utero do not unfairly target pregnant women who need to remain on certain medications, H3990 [20MY]

——— graduate medical education funding through reductions in Dept. of Education management funding, H4615, H4616 [12JN]

——— Health Resources and Services Administration intimate partner violence awareness, screening, and treatment funding, H4619, H4620 [12JN]

——— Health Resources and Services Administration report to Congress on recruitment and training of health care professionals and recommendations to address staffing shortages, H4609, H4610 [12JN]

——— Health Resources and Services Administration State Maternal Health Innovation Program funding, H4575–H4577 [12JN]

——— importance of community health centers, H2803 [26MR]

——— improve oversight of Community Development Institute management of Head Start Program in local communities, H4460 [12JN]

——— incentivize low-cost drug options and generic competition and extend funding for community health centers, National Health Service Corps, teaching health centers and other public health programs (H.R. 2700), H3804 [15MY], H3856, H3857 [16MY], H4013 [21MY]

——— Indian Health Service funding, E838 [25JN]

——— medication-assisted treatment of opioid abuse funding, H4561 [12JN]

——— Minority HIV/AIDS Fund funding, H4621, H4622 [12JN]

——— National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being funding to expand data collection to include children impacted by parental substance abuse, H4564, H4565 [12JN]

——— Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy National Vaccine Program funding, H4563 [12JN]

——— Office of Refugee Resettlement Unaccompanied Alien Children’s Services Program legal services, child advocates, and post-release services funding, H4533 [12JN]

——— prohibit funding to convene an ethics advisory board to review research projects seeking grants that propose use of human fetal tissue, H4638, H4639 [13JN]

——— proposed rule prohibiting family planning clinics from receiving Title X funding if they provide abortion services or refer patients for abortions, H3323 [30AP], E576 [10MY]

——— reauthorize Administration on Aging Lifespan Respite Care Program (H.R. 2035), H7308–H7310 [24JY]

——— reauthorize and enhance poison center national toll-free number, media campaign, and grant program (H.R. 501), H2052, H2053 [25FE]

——— reauthorize and modernize Community Services Block Grant Program (H.R. 1695), H2733 [14MR], H2943 [2AP], H3845 [16MY]

——— reauthorize autism-related research and programs (H.R. 1058), H7303–H7308 [24JY]

——— reauthorize certain programs to protect against pandemics and attacks from chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons (H.R. 269), H237–H266 [8JA]

——— reauthorize certain programs to protect against pandemics and attacks from chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons (S. 1379), H4245–H4265 [4JN]

——— reauthorize Emergency Medical Services for Children Program (H.R. 776), H7364, H7365 [24JY]

——— repeal ban on adoption of standards for unique patient identifier, H4560, H4561 [12JN]

——— require Office of Refugee Resettlement to disclose monthly census per facility of unaccompanied alien children in U.S. custody, H4608, H4609 [12JN]

——— require Office of Refugee Resettlement to report deaths of children that occur while in their custody, H4580–H4582 [12JN]

——— research on certain Schedule I drugs that have shown promise in treating critical diseases funding, H4612, H4613 [12JN]

——— restore conscience protection rule to protect health care professionals from being coerced into performing procedures that violate their beliefs, H4406, H4407 [11JN], H4530, H4531 [12JN]

——— rule to prohibit family planning clinics from receiving Title X funding if they provide abortion services or refer patients for abortions, H4397, H4407, H4408 [11JN], H4448, H4536, H4537 [12JN]

——— School-Based Health Centers funding through reductions in Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services management funding, H4623–H4625 [12JN]

——— Senior Medicare Patrol fraud prevention funding, H4619 [12JN]

——— study incorporation of programs that address social and behavioral factors into traditional health care services funding, H4578, H4579 [12JN]

——— Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Building Communities of Recovery program funding, H4567, H4568 [12JN]

——— Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration fentanyl test strip distribution funding, H4566 [12JN]

——— Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Grant Program funding through reductions in health surveillance and program support funding, H4610, H4611 [12JN]

——— Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration grants to States to develop best practices for emergency room treatment of opioid overdose patients funding, H4564 [12JN]

——— Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Suicide Prevention Lifeline geolocation services feasibility study funding, H4607, H4608 [12JN]

——— Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration peer to peer mental health programs for first responders funding, H4580 [12JN]

——— Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Regional Centers of Excellence in Substance Use Disorder Education funding, H4565 [12JN]

——— Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grants and State Opioid Response Grants program funding, E849 [26JN]

——— unaccompanied alien children care funding, H3713 [10MY]

Dept. of Homeland Security: Border Patrol funding, H7139 [18JY]

——— clarify requirements for procurement of certain national security frontline operational components (H.R. 2083), H4370–H4372 [10JN]

——— extend Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (H.R. 251), H266–H270 [8JA]

——— extend Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (H.R. 251), Senate amendments, H696, H697 [17JA]

——— making continuing appropriations, H505 [11JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), H185, H186, H190–H196 [3JA], H547, H549, H581, H582 [15JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), consideration (H. Res. 5), H8–H17 [3JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), motion to recommit, H194 [3JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), H1176–H1183 [24JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), conference report, H2016–H2024, H2025 [14FE], H2106 [26FE], E194 [22FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), consideration (H. Res. 61), H1012–H1022 [23JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), consideration of conference report (H. Res. 131), H2008–H2016 [14FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), correction in enrollment (S. Con. Res. 4), H2024 [14FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), motion to recommit, H1181 [24JA]

——— prohibit funding to construct or expand U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement immigration detention facilities, H655, H656 [16JA]

——— prohibit funding to implement ‘‘public charge’’ rule that expands the list of Federal aid programs that could be considered when an immigrant is applying for admission (H.R. 3222), H4923 [20JN]

——— provide funding to secure nonprofit facilities from terrorist attacks (H.R. 2476), H4365–H4367 [10JN]

——— U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement basic pay and overtime funding, H5161 [25JN]

Dept. of HUD: allow Community Development Block Grant Program disaster recovery funds to be used for certain FEMA and Corps of Engineers projects, H652, H653 [16JA]

——— allow waivers of certain environmental reviews during disaster recovery, H649 [16JA]

——— clarify terms internal and external transfer when a victim of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking applies for an emergency transfer to a safer dwelling under a covered housing program, H3035 [3AP]

——— Community Development Block Grant Program funding to address unmet infrastructure needs for grantees that received allocations for previous disasters, H652 [16JA]

——— disability voucher program funding, H428, H429 [10JA]

——— expedite publication of Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery Program rules, H3706–H3708 [10MY]

——— Family Self-Sufficiency Program funding, H5067 [24JN]

——— Homeless Assistance Programs funding, H5064 [24JN]

——— incorporate findings and recommendations of Inspector General investigation to protect public housing residents and improve agency oversight and enforcement of public housing regulations, H5060 [24JN]

——— Indian Community Development Block Grant funding, H5058, H5059 [24JN]

——— investigate delay in releasing Hurricane Harvey Disaster Community Block Grant funds to Texas, H5063 [24JN]

——— prohibit funding to bar or limit Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program beneficiaries from receiving mortgage loans backed by FHA, solely on the basis of their immigration status, H5061, H5062 [24JN]

——— prohibit funding to implement rules on equal access in accordance with an individual’s gender identity or sexual orientation for housing and community planning and development programs, H5055, H5056 [24JN]

——— repeal rule allowing placement of transgender persons in single-sex emergency shelters and other facilities, H5056, H5057 [24JN]

Dept. of Justice: allow colleges to use grants to prevent violent crimes on campus to train staff to conduct victim-centered, trauma-informed interviews for students reporting sexual or domestic violence, stalking, or harassment, H3033, H3034 [3AP]

——— allow for cross-agency coordination and collaboration on the prevention of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, H3031, H3032 [3AP]

——— Community Based Violence Prevention program funding, H4938 [20JN]

——— Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program funding, H4936 [20JN]

——— Domestic Terrorism Counsel funding, H4934 [20JN]

——— Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (Byrne/JAG) Program law enforcement crisis training funding, H4934 [20JN]

——— ensure organizations that have fraudulently misused Violence Against Women Act grant funding are ineligible for future grants, H3037 [3AP]

——— ensure provision of funding for countering sex trafficking under Creating Hope Through Outreach, Options, Services, and Education (CHOOSE) for Children and Youth program, H3035–H3037 [3AP]

——— Environment and Natural Resources Division animal welfare enforcement programs funding, H4939 [20JN]

——— establish grants to enhance culturally specific services for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, H3049 [3AP]

——— Executive Office for Immigration Review funding for administration of immigration-related activities, H5102 [25JN]

——— Executive Office for Immigration Review funding to hire additional Federal immigration judges, H4784, H4785, H4885 [19JN]

——— expand definition of domestic violence under the Indian Civil Rights Act to include violence against or witnessed by a child or elder, H3037, H3038 [3AP]

——— extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (H.R. 1327), H2111 [26FE], H2572–H2578 [7MR], H3912 [16MY], H4926 [20JN], H5593 [11JY], H5743–H5750 [12JY], H7138 [18JY]

——— extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (H.R. 1327), consideration (H. Res. 476), H5314–H5323 [10JY]

——— human trafficking assistance and school violence prevention funding through reductions in legal representation to immigrants claiming asylum pilot program funding, H5090 [25JN]

——— John R. Justice Program grant funding, H4931 [20JN]

——— juvenile justice programs funding, H4878 [19JN]

——— juvenile mental health courts funding, H4942 [20JN]

——— make grants to regional gang task forces to prevent violence committed by and against youths, H4293 [4JN]

——— modify definition of land eligible to be included in Violence Against Women Act tribal jurisdiction pilot project in Alaska, H3034 [3AP]

——— Native American tribal court jurisdiction over domestic violence cases grant funding, H4884 [19JN]

——— Office of Justice Programs grant funding to child protective service agencies to support programs that seek to reduce and prevent domestic violence against children, H4886 [19JN], H4929 [20JN]

——— Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention court-appointed special advocate and guardian ad litem program funding, H4937 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding for adoptive seizures through the Assets Forfeiture Fund, H4889, H4890 [19JN]

——— prohibit funding to enforce zero tolerance policy that prosecutes all adults entering the U.S. illegally and leads to family separation for parents attempting to enter with children, H4931, H4932 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding to interfere in marijuana policy of States, District of Columbia, and U.S. territories, H4890, H4891 [19JN]

——— prohibit funding to interfere in use, distribution, possession, or cultivation of marijuana by Indian tribes, H4890 [19JN]

——— reauthorize Bulletproof Vest Partnership (H.R. 2379), H3751–H3755 [14MY], H3914 [16MY], E614 [16MY]

——— reauthorize Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Program Secure Our Schools grant program, H4803 [19JN]

——— reauthorize Juvenile Accountability Block Grants program (H.R. 494), H1403–H1406, H1431 [7FE], H2088 [25FE]

——— require a report from State and local governments that are DNA Backlog Grant Program recipients on best practices for reducing DNA evidence backlog, H3032, H3033 [3AP]

——— root causes of school violence study funding, H4803 [19JN]

——— sexual assault kit processing funding, H4937 [20JN]

——— STOP (Services Training Officers Prosecutors) Program grant funding, H3073, H3074 [4AP]

——— veterans’ treatment courts funding, H4895 [19JN], H4934 [20JN]

——— Youth PROMISE local delinquency prevention grant funding through reductions in U.S. Marshals Service Federal Prisoner Detention funding, H4888, H4889 [19JN]

Dept. of Labor: allow non-registered industry-recognized apprenticeship programs to be eligible for grant funding, H4571–H4573 [12JN]

——— ensure materials distributed to domestic violence victims are available in commonly encountered languages, H3029 [3AP]

——— Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center funding, H4541–H4543 [12JN], E825 [24JN]

——— Senior Community Service Employment Program funding, H4922 [20JN]

Dept. of State: combating endangered species trafficking and transport of trophies into the U.S. funding, H4644, H4645 [13JN]

——— expand opportunities for veteran-owned and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses to compete for grants and contracts, H4686 [13JN]

——— female genital mutilation/cutting elimination funding, H4641–H4644 [13JN]

——— global health programs family planning/reproductive health funding, H4640, H4641 [13JN]

——— implement recommendations of GAO study which found that Foreign Service vacancies may undermine U.S. foreign policy objectives and increase national security risks, H4678 [13JN], E795 [19JN]

——— International Fund for Ireland funding, H4678 [13JN]

——— prohibit funding for Commission on Unalienable Rights, H4677 [13JN]

——— prohibit funding for repatriation of certain immigrants from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, H4686, H4687 [13JN]

——— prohibit International Military Education and Training for Saudi Arabia funding, H4678 [13JN]

——— provide for certain authorities (H.R. 3352), H7412–H7436 [25JY]

——— Synchrotron-Light for Experimental Science and Applications project funding, H4677 [13JN]

Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: across-the-board funding reduction, H4679, H4685, H4686 [13JN]

——— across-the-board funding reduction for non-defense activities, H4684, H4685 [13JN]

——— making appropriations, H186–H190 [3JA], H1151 [23JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2839), E630 [20MY]

——— prohibit funding to enter into any contract, grant, or cooperative agreement with any Trump Organization-related business, H4677 [13JN]

Dept. of the Interior: assess sanitation and safety conditions at BIA facilities built to provide Columbia River Treaty tribes access to traditional fishing grounds and expend funds to improve those conditions (H.R. 91), H3290, H3291 [29AP], E7 [3JA], E528 [2MY]

——— place a moratorium on oil and gas leasing activities in the Outer Continental Shelf in the Pacific Ocean, H4975, H4976 [20JN]

——— prohibit Bureau of Ocean Energy Management funding to approve seismic airgun blasting in Atlantic Ocean, H4973, H4974 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding for oil and gas preleasing, leasing, and related activities in certain areas off the coast of Florida, H4951, H4952 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding for oil and gas preleasing, leasing, and related activities in Outer Continental Shelf of the Atlantic Ocean, H4953, H4954 [20JN], H5174 [26JN]

——— prohibit funding to implement Executive Order that includes uranium in list of minerals considered critical to U.S. economy and national security for purposes of expedited permitting, H4949, H4950 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding to transfer control of public lands along southern U.S. border for construction of a continuous wall or fence, H4950 [20JN]

——— proposed Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program and notice of intent to prepare a programmatic environmental impact statement plan funding, H4968, H4969 [20JN]

——— provide financial assistance to California for nutria eradication and control (H.R. 3399), H5086 [25JN]

——— take certain Federal lands located in Sonoma County, CA, into trust for the benefit of the Lytton Rancheria, H5637 [11JY]

Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies: across-the-board funding reduction, H4970–H4972 [20JN]

——— making appropriations, H185 [3JA], H1154, H1155 [23JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 266), H469–H498, H500 [11JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 266), consideration (H. Res. 28), H302–H311 [9JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 266), motion to recommit, H497 [11JA]

Dept. of the Treasury: allow reallocation of Civil Assets Forfeiture Fund for construction of wall or fence along southern U.S. border, H5131 [25JN]

——— Community Development Financial Institutions financial and technical assistance for individuals with disabilities funding, H5187 [26JN]

——— Financial Crimes Enforcement Network funding to identify and regulate cryptocurrency exchanges, wallets, and cryptomixers that attempt to hide cryptocurrency sources, H5178 [26JN]

——— Financial Literacy and Education Commission funding, H5178 [26JN]

——— Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence funding, H337 [9JA]

——— Tax Counseling for the Elderly Program funding, H5188 [26JN]

Dept. of Transportation: authorize additional funding for Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (H.R. 2520), H4783 [19JN]

——— Better Utilizing Investments To Leverage Development (BUILD) planning grant funding for commuter rail and other mass transit options, H5067, H5068 [24JN]

——— Better Utilizing Investments To Leverage Development (BUILD) planning grant funding for transit-oriented planning and design, H5065, H5066 [24JN]

——— California high-speed rail development funding, H3931 [17MY]

——— clarify treatment of local funds used to repay Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loans relative to non-Federal share of project costs, H5047–H5049 [24JN]

——— equalize State apportionment of Better Utilizing Investments To Leverage Development (BUILD) funding, H5050 [24JN]

——— Federal Transit Administration Low or No Emission Grant Program funding, H5066, H5067 [24JN]

——— Gateway Program funding to expand and renovate northeast corridor rail line between Newark, NJ, and New York, NY, H2655 [12MR], H3800 [15MY]

——— increase allowable length of certain trucks hauling sugar beets on non-interstate roads in Malheur County, OR, H423 [10JA]

——— Office of Inspector General funding, H5050 [24JN]

——— prohibit funding for any action in violation of Federal regulations mandating that public office can not be used for private gain, H5064 [24JN]

——— prohibit funding for transport of liquefied natural gas by rail tank car, H5053–H5055 [24JN]

——— provide dedicated funding for Better Utilizing Investments To Leverage Development (BUILD) Discretionary Grant Program and Capital Investment Grants Program (H.R. 180), E2 [3JA]

——— report on necessary resources to strengthen partnerships between health care and transportation providers and address transportation barriers to health care, E828 [24JN]

——— require any discretionary grant funds provided for high-speed rail development in California be reimbursed and authorize additional funds for other transportation projects, H2220 [26FE]

——— require any discretionary grant funds provided for high-speed rail development in California be reimbursed and authorize additional funds for other transportation projects (H.R. 1515), H2343 [5MR]

——— technical assistance and training for front line bus, rail, and transit workers funding, H5053 [24JN]

——— urge infrastructure repairs and improvements and prioritize safety on roads and highways, H5310 [10JY]

——— Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority funding, H4783 [19JN]

Dept. of Veterans Affairs: exempt transfer of funds from Federal agencies to nonprofit corporations established to fund research and education at medical centers from certain Economy Act provisions (H.R. 1947), H4048–H4051 [21MY]

——— expedite construction of previously authorized medical clinic in Bakersfield, CA, H5013 [21JN]

——— gender specific medical care for women veterans funding, H5013 [21JN]

——— homeless assistance programs funding, H5015 [21JN]

——— prohibit funding to implement, administer, or enforce policy to limit access to clinical programs for veterans participating in State-approved marijuana program, H5015 [21JN]

——— prohibit funding to implement, administer, or enforce proposed rules limiting veterans’ ability to access care from a prosthetist of choice, H5016 [21JN]

——— prohibit use of funds for construction of new facilities to be used as child care centers, H1425 [7FE]

——— public-private partnerships to address veteran suicide prevention, post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, and substance abuse disorder funding, H5015 [21JN]

——— staffing shortages alleviation funding, H5013 [21JN]

——— submit plan to implement compliance requirements for veterans’ financial protection against billing errors relative to medical debt, H5018, H5019 [21JN]

——— suicide prevention programs funding, H5015 [21JN]

——— Veterans Health Administration funding to hire mental health professionals, H5014 [21JN]

——— veterans’ medical transportation programs modernization funding, E817 [21JN]

——— women-only inpatient mental health clinics funding, H5013 [21JN]

Depts. of Commerce, Justice, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, HUD, and VA, FDA, EPA, science, and military construction: making appropriations (H.R. 3055), H4670 [13JN], H4797–H4896 [19JN], H4928, H4929–H4997 [20JN], H5011–H5022 [21JN], H5047–H5072 [24JN], H5089, H5090, H5100–H5104 [25JN], H5174 [26JN], E806, E811, E812 [20JN], E817 [21JN], E826, E828 [24JN], E832, E835, E836, E838 [25JN], E860 [27JN], E870 [2JY]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3055), consideration (H. Res. 445), H4779–H4789 [19JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3055), motion to recommit, H5102 [25JN]

Depts. of Defense and State: submit report on participants in security cooperation programs or security assistance training recipients that have been sanctioned by the U.S. for human rights violations or terrorist activities, H5567 [10JY]

Depts. of Justice and HHS: Sexual Assault Services Program and Transitional Housing Assistance Program funding for U.S. territories, H3048, H3049 [3AP]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: across-the-board funding reduction, H4577, H4578 [12JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), H3911 [16MY]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2740), H4332, H4333 [5JN], H4399 [11JN], H4452–H4625 [12JN], H4632–H4670, H4673–H4687 [13JN], H4710–H4767 [18JN], H4776, H4777, H4789–H4797 [19JN], H4922, H4928 [20JN], H5027 [21JN], H5175 [26JN], E755 [12JN], E792, E795, E797, E799 [19JN], E816 [21JN], E825, E827 [24JN], E833 [25JN], E849 [26JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), consideration (H. Res. 431), H4402–H4411 [11JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), consideration (H. Res. 436), H4445–H4452 [12JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), consideration (H. Res. 445), H4779–H4789 [19JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), corrections in engrossment, H4797 [19JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 2740), motion to recommit, H4795 [19JN]

Depts. of Transportation and HUD and related agencies: making appropriations, H185 [3JA], H1152 [23JA], E72 [22JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 267), H398–H429, H451 [10JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 267), consideration (H. Res. 28), H302–H311 [9JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 267), motion to recommit, H428, H429 [10JA]

Disasters: disaster recovery funding through reductions in Dept. of State and AID bilateral economic assistance funding, H4681, H4682 [13JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), H505 [11JA], H614, H616, H626–H662, H665 [16JA], H685 [17JA], H1184–H1188 [24JA], H2941 [2AP], H3090 [4AP], H3187–H3193 [9AP]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), consideration (H. Res. 43), H618–H624 [16JA]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), motion to recommit, H660 [16JA]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2145), H3146 [9AP]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), H3349 [1MY], H3430, H3431 [2MY], H3481 [8MY], H3687–H3717 [10MY], H3851 [16MY], H3953, H3954 [17MY], E578 [10MY], E609, E613 [16MY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), consideration (H. Res. 357), H3510–H3519 [9MY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), correction in enrollment (H. Con. Res. 45), H4206 [3JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), motion to recommit, H3713 [10MY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), Senate amendment, H4184–H4195, H4197, H4207 [3JN], H4335, H4338 [5JN], E733, E736 [10JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), unanimous-consent request, H4169 [24MY], H4173, H4174 [28MY], H4177 [30MY]

——— prohibit supplemental disaster appropriations from being used to plan, develop, or construct a wall along southern U.S. border, H621, H647–H649 [16JA], H1530 [13FE]

Diseases and disorders: Alzheimer’s disease research funding, H1398 [7FE], H2973 [2AP], H4111 [22MY], H4445 [12JN]

——— combating malaria, tuberculosis, and AIDS funding, E630 [20MY]

District of Columbia: allow receipt of Federal funding under Coastal Zone Management Act (H.R. 2185), E437 [9AP]

——— provide for interim appropriations for District of Columbia courts and related agencies during a Federal Government shutdown (H.R. 2133), E423 [8AP]

Energy and water development: across-the-board funding reduction, H4738, H4739 [18JN]

——— across-the-board funding reduction for non-defense activities, H4750 [18JN]

EPA: Children’s Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Centers funding, E855 [27JN]

——— ensure enforcement authority over Clean Air Act regulations relative to municipal waste incinerators in underserved communities, H4949 [20JN]

——— funding to identify communities suffering from serious environmental law violations, implement clean up of such communities, and study health impact of multiple sources of pollution, H4949 [20JN]

——— Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funding, H493 [11JA]

——— hiring authority funding, E812 [20JN]

——— Integrated Risk Information System funding, H4972 [20JN]

——— outreach programs funding to communities identified in National Air Toxic Assessment to face dangerous emissions levels of ethylene oxide from medical sterilization and chemical facilities, H4949, H4950 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding for enforcement of emissions standards for small incinerators in remote areas of Alaska, H4952, H4953 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding to close or relocate any office or facility that houses either emergency responders or criminal investigation unit, H4949 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding to finalize mercury and air toxic standards rule regulating greenhouse gas emissions from coal, H4977 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding to reorganize or eliminate Great Lakes Advisory Board, H4956 [20JN]

——— Science Advisory Board funding to review proposed Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science rule, H4949 [20JN]

——— Sewer Overflow Control grant funding for Macomb County, MI, Chapaton Retention Basin and other projects that protect the Great Lakes and freshwater sources, H4957 [20JN]

——— State and Tribal Assistance Grant funding to help low-income households to replace lead pipes, H4958 [20JN]

FAA: Airport and Airway Trust Fund aircraft noise mitigation funding, H5053 [24JN]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.R. 419), H615 [16JA]

——— Office of Commercial Space Transportation funding, H5073 [24JN]

——— Remote Tower Pilot Program funding, H5065 [24JN]

FCC: expand broadband Internet access service to rural areas, H2651 [12MR]

——— prohibit funding to finalize rule imposing a cap on Universal Service Fund and allowing Schools and Libraries program and Rural Healthcare Support program caps to be combined, H5130 [25JN]

——— prohibit funding to finalize rule that overturns local ordinances to promote broadband competition in multi-tenant buildings, H5187 [26JN]

——— reauthorize and provide certain procedural changes to rules to maximize opportunities for public participation and efficient decisionmaking, H7298 [24JY]

FDA: funding, H392 [10JA]

——— prohibit funding to finalize, implement, or enforce draft guidance on drug products labeled as homeopathic, H4943, H4944 [20JN]

FEC: funding to enforce prohibitions on contributions, donations, expenditures, or disbursements by foreign nationals, H5183, H5184 [26JN]

Federal agencies and departments: guarantee back pay to federally-contracted retail, food, custodial, and security service workers furloughed during a Government shutdown (H.R. 339), E20 [8JA]

——— provide back pay to Federal contractors impacted by lapse in appropriations, H2009 [14FE]

Federal aid programs: impact of requirement to allocate certain percentage of funds for assistance in persistent poverty counties, H4878 [19JN]

Federal employees: clarify that Federal employees excepted from a furlough are eligible for unemployment compensation (H.R. 1117), H2009 [14FE]

——— making appropriations to pay salaries of Federal employees working during the Government shutdown (H.R. 271), H1204 [24JA]

——— provide for compensation of furloughed employees in the event of a lapse in appropriations, H1158, H1160 [23JA], H1177, H1181 [24JA]

——— provide for compensation of furloughed employees in the event of a lapse in appropriations (S. 24), H498–H504, H514 [11JA], H692 [17JA], E47 [15JA]

Federal Highway Administration: prohibit funding to deny extensions for projects to rebuild infrastructure after disasters, H3705 [10MY]

FEMA: clarify process for addressing duplication of disaster benefits, H653, H654 [16JA]

——— increase Federal cost share for wildfire debris removal, H637 [16JA]

Financial services and general Government: across-the-board funding reduction, H5179 [26JN]

——— across-the-board funding reduction for non-defense activities, H5185, H5186 [26JN]

——— making appropriations, H186, H187 [3JA], H1155 [23JA], E70 [22JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 264), H312–H338 [9JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 264), consideration (H. Res. 28), H302–H311 [9JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 264), motion to recommit, H337, H338 [9JA]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3351), H5022 [21JN], H5104–H5138, H5159–H5161, H5164 [25JN], H5177–H5197 [26JN], E846 [26JN], E865 [28JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3351), consideration (H. Res. 460), H5091–H5100 [25JN]

——— making appropriations (H.R. 3351), motion to recommit, H5194, H5195 [26JN]

Firearms: prohibit Federal funding to train or arm school personnel with firearms (H. Res. 231), H2735 [14MR]

Floods: express condolences for victims of, commend first responders to, and provide disaster assistance to those affected by flooding in Nebraska, H2767 [25MR]

——— express condolences for victims of, commend first responders to, and provide disaster assistance to those affected by flooding in Tennessee, H2220 [26FE], H2342 [5MR]

Food: address U.S. hunger crisis, H5081 [25JN]

Forest Service: Forest Products Timber Sale program funding, H4783 [19JN]

——— State and private forestry fund funding, H654, H655 [16JA]

——— timber production and management funding, H4978 [20JN]

——— Tongass National Forest logging roads construction funding, H4960–H4962 [20JN]

——— wildfire suppression and prevention funding, H3480 [8MY], H4976, H4977 [20JN]

Fort Gordon, GA: cyber instructional facility construction funding, H5014 [21JN]

400 Years of African-American History Commission: funding, H4958 [20JN]

FTC: enforcement actions against companies that fail to protect personal information of children funding, H5179 [26JN]

GAO: conduct review of Dept. of Defense response to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances contamination in and around military bases, H5648 [11JY]

——— examine cost reducing measures relative to military force structure and nuclear security, H5737–H5740 [12JY]

——— investigate Corp of Engineers contracting practices relative to enforcement of payment of prevailing wages at Federal construction projects, H5691 [11JY], E913 [12JY]

——— study feasibility of establishing a program for servicemembers transitioning into civilian intelligence jobs, H5711 [11JY]

——— submit a report on economic benefits of investments in legal services for domestic violence victims, H3029, H3030 [3AP]

Government: express that Government shutdowns are detrimental to the Nation and should not occur (H. Res. 79), H1307–H1313, H1318 [30JA]

——— making consolidated appropriations, H1184–H1188 [24JA], H2008–H2023, H2025 [14FE], E194 [22FE]

——— making consolidated appropriations (H.R. 648), H1024–H1159 [23JA], E70, E72 [22JA]

——— making consolidated appropriations (H.R. 648), consideration (H. Res. 61), H1012–H1022 [23JA]

——— making consolidated appropriations (H.R. 648), motion to recommit, H1158, H1160 [23JA]

——— prohibit payment of a salary to Members of Congress, the President, and the Vice President during a Government shutdown (H.R. 845), H1253 [29JA], H1320 [30JA]

——— reimburse employees of the Federal Government, District of Columbia, Federal contractors, and States for certain costs incurred as a result of a Government shutdown (H.R. 1016), H1397 [7FE]

——— shutdown relative to budget process, H10, H11, H155, H184–H190 [3JA], H225 [4JA], H231, H233, H234, H270, H271, H273, H278, H279 [8JA], H292, H294, H295, H297, H298, H300, H301, H302, H304–H310, H332–H338, H347, H348, H349 [9JA], H364, H365, H367, H369, H370, H371, H372, H373, H374, H375, H390–H398, H420–H429, H431, H440, H441, H442, H449–H455 [10JA], H468, H469, H487–H502, H505–H510, H511, H512–H516 [11JA], H521, H534, H535, H537–H543 [14JA], H547, H549, H550, H552, H553, H554, H555, H556–H558, H561, H581, H582, H583–H590, H593, H594–H599 [15JA], H605, H607, H608, H609, H610, H611, H614, H615, H616, H617, H618–H624, H633–H637, H663, H664, H668–H671 [16JA], H681, H682, H683–H687, H689–H692, H701, H702, H703, H704 [17JA], H983, H984–H987, H989, H992 [22JA], H1004, H1005, H1006, H1007, H1008, H1009, H1011, H1012, H1013–H1022, H1150–H1158, H1160, H1161, H1162 [23JA], H1177–H1181, H1184–H1188, H1189, H1190, H1191, H1192, H1193, H1194, H1195, H1196, H1197, H1198–H1206 [24JA], H1219, H1234 [28JA], H1247, H1248, H1249, H1252, H1253, H1272, H1279 [29JA], H1295, H1296, H1299, H1300, H1321–H1325 [30JA], H1396, H1398, H1440 [7FE], H1468 [8FE], H1509, H1512 [11FE], H1531 [13FE], H2004 [14FE], H2832 [27MR], E53 [16JA], E92 [24JA], E169 [13FE]

Great Lakes: invest in resiliency of coastal communities, H3509 [9MY]

Great Lakes Fishery Commission: grass carp control funding, E789 [18JN]

GSA: prohibit funding to market or sell Plum Island, NY, H5135 [25JN]

Haiti: prohibit funding to Haitian Armed Forces, H4677 [13JN]

Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund: provide for use of funds for the purposes for which the funds were collected and ensure credited funds are used to support navigation (H.R. 2440), H3468 [7MY], H4228 [4JN]

Health: reduce prescription drug prices, facilitate entry of generic and biosimilar products into the market, strengthen Federal exchanges, and reverse extension of short-term health plans (H.R. 987), H3715 [10MY], H3731 [14MY], H3800 [15MY], H3851, H3852, H3853–H3911, H3913 [16MY], H4123 [23MY], H4401 [11JN], H5085 [25JN], H5175 [26JN], E623 [17MY]

——— reduce prescription drug prices, facilitate entry of generic and biosimilar products into the market, strengthen Federal exchanges, and reverse extension of short-term health plans (H.R. 987), consideration (H. Res. 377), H3801–H3813 [15MY]

——— reduce prescription drug prices, facilitate entry of generic and biosimilar products into the market, strengthen Federal exchanges, and reverse extension of short-term health plans (H.R. 987), corrections in engrossment, H3911 [16MY]

——— reduce prescription drug prices, facilitate entry of generic and biosimilar products into the market, strengthen Federal exchanges, and reverse extension of short-term health plans (H.R. 987), motion to recommit, H3908, H3909 [16MY]

House of Representatives: legislative priorities, H505 [11JA], H3089 [4AP], H3851 [16MY]

House Rules: allow consideration of motions to suspend rules and consider certain legislation (H. Res. 389), H4024–H4031 [21MY]

——— reinstate ‘‘Gephardt rule’’ setting debt ceiling automatically at level projected by concurrent budget resolution, H25, H30 [3JA]

——— same-day consideration of resolutions allowing consideration of certain legislation (H. Res. 122), H1533–H1541 [13FE]

——— same-day consideration of resolutions allowing consideration of certain legislation (H. Res. 389), H4024–H4031 [21MY]

Hurricanes: provide additional disaster recovery assistance for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands in response to Hurricanes Irma and Maria, H1530 [13FE], H3350 [1MY], H3688, H3690, H3706 [10MY], H3851 [16MY], H4338 [5JN]

Immigration: border security and immigration enforcement funding, H3516, H3668 [9MY], H3688 [10MY]

——— border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children funding, H4192, H4193 [3JN], H4274 [4JN], H4739–H4741 [18JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children, H4351 [10JN], H4670–H4673 [13JN], H4795, H4798, H4800 [19JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3056), H4242 [4JN], H4335 [5JN], H4408 [11JN], H4443, H4444, H4450–H4452, H4581, H4606, H4609 [12JN], H4781, H4785, H4786 [19JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3056), unanimous-consent request, H4449, H4450 [12JN], H4750 [18JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), H5022–H5024 [21JN], H5083, H5085, H5086, H5093, H5094, H5096, H5098, H5147–H5159, H5161–H5163 [25JN], H5176 [26JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), consideration (H. Res. 462), H5139–H5147 [25JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), consideration of Senate amendment (H. Res. 466), H5223–H5243 [27JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), motion to recommit, H5161 [25JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), Senate amendment, H5246–H5250, H5252 [27JN], H5578, H5579 [10JY], H7450 [25JY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), unanimous-consent request, H5228–H5235 [27JN]

Indian Health Service: Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative funding, H4958 [20JN]

——— Urban Indian Health Program funding, H4784 [19JN]

Indiana: Graham Creek Bridge infrastructure funding, H2735 [14MR]

Individuals With Disabilities Education Act: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1878), H2889 [28MR], H2943 [2AP], H3091 [4AP]

Insurance: prohibit funding to implement, administer, or enforce rule on definition of short-term limited duration insurance for purposes of its exclusion from the definition of individual health insurance coverage, H4569, H4570 [12JN]

Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3494), H5766 [12JY], H5858–H5910 [16JY]

——— authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3494), consideration (H. Res. 491), H5835–H5845 [16JY]

——— authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3494), corrections in engrossment, H5981 [17JY]

——— ensure authorization upholds exisitng laws on acts of international terrorism, harboring or concealing terrorists, or material support to terrorists, H5902 [16JY]

Iran: limit use of funds for military operations in or against Iran, H5315, H5320 [10JY], H5643, H5715–H5718 [11JY], E910 [12JY], E937 [17JY]

IRS: Taxpayer Advocate Service funding to assist parents of deceased children whose information was fraudulently used on a Federal tax return, H5135, H5164 [25JN]

Israel: authorize military assistance, support ability to address conventional and emerging threats, and enhance cooperation in areas of mutual interest (H.R. 1837), H7188–H7198 [23JY], H7253 [24JY]

Land and Water Conservation Fund: funding, H4974, H4975 [20JN]

Legislative branch of the Government: making appropriations (H.R. 2779), H4425 [11JN]

Massachusetts: Cape Cod Canal bridge replacement funding, E855 [27JN]

Medicaid: expiration of funding for U.S. territories under Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, H5028 [21JN]

——— reauthorize Money Follows the Person Demonstration Program, H2777–H2780 [25MR]

——— reauthorize Money Follows the Person Demonstration Program and extend spousal impoverishment protections for beneficiaries receiving long-term care (H.R. 259), H234–H237 [8JA]

Members of Congress: prohibit cost-of-living pay adjustment, H4425 [11JN]

——— suspend salary during any period in which automatic continuing appropriations are in effect (H.R. 834), H1288, H1319, H1320 [30JA], H2005 [14FE]

Middle East: improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (H.R. 336), H1537–H1539 [13FE], H3431, H3432 [2MY], H3806 [15MY], H3930, H3954 [17MY], H4061 [21MY], H7129, H7130 [18JY], H7183, H7184, H7188, H7234 [23JY], H7382, H7392–H7394, H7444 [25JY]

——— improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), H3082, H3088 [4AP], H7183 [23JY]

Minnesota: implementation of Twin Metals Minnesota Project, H4447, H4448 [12JN]

——— transportation infrastructure funding, H2685 [13MR]

Montgomery, AL: Dannelly Field aircraft maintenance facilities funding, H4803 [19JN]

NASA: Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate ultra efficient, including electric flight research funding, H4886 [19JN]

——— Innovative Advanced Concepts program funding, H4930 [20JN]

——— low-enriched uranium propulsion system development funding, H4930 [20JN]

——— National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program funding, H4935 [20JN]

——— nonhuman embryo science and research funding, E870 [2JY]

——— Orion (spacecraft) facilities maintenance funding, H4879 [19JN]

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine: include review of accelerator driven systems in its evaluation of viability of different nuclear fuel cycles and technology options, H4744 [18JN]

National Agriculture Week: observance, H2655 [12MR]

National Child Abuse Hotline: establish, H3991 [20MY]

National Guard: Air National Guard Facility Modernization and Sustainment funding, H4714 [18JN]

National Institute of Justice: submit a report on status of women in Federal incarceration, develop a reentry plan and services for incarcerated women, and establish a national standard for domestic and sexual violence prevention, H3030, H3031 [3AP]

National Park Service: prohibit funding to increase sales of disposable plastic water bottles, H4949 [20JN]

——— Uwharrie National Forest road maintenance and improvement funding, H4957 [20JN]

National security: assess Depts. of Defense and State and AID resources available for use in Western Hemisphere and assess Chinese, Iranian, and Russian investments in Western Hemisphere, H5575 [10JY]

National Telecommunications and Information Administration: prohibit funding to update broadband availability maps that rely solely on FCC census-block data, H4928 [20JN]

Natural resources: improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), H2089 [25FE], H2109, H2141–H2217 [26FE], H2238 [27FE], H2327 [5MR], E224 [27FE], E237 [4MR], E241, E244 [5MR], E316 [18MR], E1026 [2AU]

——— improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), correction in enrollment (H. Con. Res. 21), H2219 [26FE]

Navy: Ohio-class submarine life support systems funding, H4720 [18JN]

——— require adherence to competitive procedures to enable small and medium defense contractors to compete for contracts, H5659 [11JY]

New Mexico: tribute to organizations assisting furloughed workers and contractors during Federal Government shutdown, H1319 [30JA]

New York, NY: allow split tolling on Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge, H5089 [25JN]

NIH: building and facilities maintenance funding, H4532 [12JN]

——— health impact of red tide and other harmful algal blooms research funding, H4559 [12JN]

——— National Cancer Institute funding to conduct study on improving communication between cancer care providers, patients, and survivors, H4534, H4535 [12JN]

——— support greater diversity in the pool of diabetes research professionals and patients participating in clinical trials, H4543–H4545 [12JN]

NIST: enable Manufacturing USA institutes to provide advanced workforce development to certain businesses, increase program funding, review funding process, and foster economic development goals (H.R. 2397), H7168–H7172 [23JY], E965 [23JY], E1013 [30JY]

——— pyrrhotite in concrete aggregate research funding, H4885 [19JN], E860 [27JN]

NOAA: combine and transfer Office of Space Commerce and Office of Commercial Remote Sensing Regulatory Affairs to Dept. of Commerce, H4885 [19JN], E832, E836 [25JN]

——— contract with National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to undertake study of terrestrial U.S. Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise, E826 [24JN], E835 [25JN]

——— data collection for use in stock assessments of red snapper and other reef fish species in South Atlantic funding through reductions in National Telecommunications and Information Administration funding, H4878 [19JN]

——— Earth Prediction Innovation Center funding, H3700 [10MY]

——— North Atlantic right whale conservation programs funding, H4896 [19JN]

——— prohibit funding for final rule to revise Coastal Zone Management Act Federal consistency provisions, H4894 [19JN]

——— prohibit funding for North Atlantic right whale risk reduction decision support tool, H4932, H4933 [20JN]

——— prohibit funding to approve seismic airgun blasting in Atlantic Ocean, H4895 [19JN]

Northern Mariana Islands: emergency food assistance block grant funding, H658 [16JA]

——— Medicaid block grant funding, H656–H658 [16JA]

——— water and sewer recovery funding for communites recovering from Typhoon Yutu, H3701, H3702 [10MY]

NSF: National Quantum Initiative Centers funding, E826 [24JN]

Office of National Drug Control Policy: Drug-Free Communities Support Program funding, H5187 [26JN]

——— High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas program funding, H5109 [25JN], H5178 [26JN]

Office of the Director of National Intelligence: identify barriers that hinder intelligence community to find, assess, and take action on foreign influence campaigns, H5907 [16JY]

——— prohibit formation of Climate Security Advisory Council, H5892–H5894 [16JY]

——— require annual assessment of homeland security vulnerabilities associated with former intelligence community employees providing intelligence assistance to foreign governments, H5905 [16JY]

——— submit report to Congress on aggregate demographic data and other information relative to diversity and inclusion efforts in intelligence community, H5894 [16JY]

Office of the U.S. Trade Representative: ensure consistency in allowing exclusions for certain goods from tariffs under the Trade Act, H4885 [19JN]

OPM: prohibit furloughs or reduction in OPM employees, H5184, H5185 [26JN]

——— prohibit proposed reorganization or elimination, H5551, H5552 [10JY]

Oroville, CA: Oroville Dam spillway restoration funding, H2722 [14MR]

OSHA: prohibit funding to finalize or implement proposed rule to weaken health protections in existing beryllium standards for construction and maritime workers, H4540 [12JN]

Pakistan: assistance funding, H4451 [12JN]

——— condition assistance funding on release of Shakil Afridi, H4649, H4650 [13JN]

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: guarantee funding for navigator programs to provide assistance in choosing health plans and increase outreach and education about plan options and financial support availability, H3859 [16MY]

Peace Corps: reauthorize and provide new opportunities and benefits, increase monthly allowances and compensation, extend hiring preference, and update security for volunteers (H.R. 3456), H5082 [25JN]

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.: prohibit funding, H612, H613 [16JA], H1176 [24JA]

——— provide for a moratorium on Federal funding relative to provision of abortion services and increase funding for other women’s health care service providers (H.R. 369), H616 [16JA]

Political ethics: prohibit use of funds for official travel of Members of Congress and executive branch employees and other activities during any period in which automatic continuing appropriations are in effect (H.R. 834), H1288, H1319, H1320 [30JA], H2005 [14FE]

Postal Service: non-bank financial services expansion funding, H5136–H5138 [25JN]

Privacy: limit warrantless searching of collections of communications for U.S. persons, H4718–H4720 [18JN]

Public debt: ceiling, H2049 [25FE], H2375 [6MR]

——— recognize the national debt as a threat to national security and commit to restoring regular order in appropriations process and addressing the fiscal crisis, H7140–H7146 [18JY]

——— recognize the national debt as a threat to national security and commit to restoring regular order in appropriations process and addressing the fiscal crisis (H. Res. 149), H2222–H2226 [26FE]

——— suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), H7398–H7409 [25JY], E1008, E1012 [30JY]

——— suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), consideration (H. Res. 519), H7390–H7397 [25JY]

Public welfare programs: extend Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program (H.R. 430), H531–H534 [14JA], E71 [22JA]

——— extend Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program (H.R. 2940), H4195–H4198, H4207 [3JN]

Puerto Rico: Caño Martín Peña channel ecosystem restoration funding, H650, H651 [16JA]

——— study impact of benefits provided through disaster nutrition assistance, H650 [16JA]

Renewable energy: recognize ability to simultaneously reduce greenhouse gas emissions, invest in clean energy alternatives, and provide affordable energy options to consumers, H3417, H3418 [2MY]

Republican Study Committee: budget priorities, H3830–H3835 [15MY]

Ross, Wilbur L., Jr.: characterization of remarks relative to furloughed Federal employees during Government shutdown, H1191, H1202 [24JA]

SBA: Boots to Business Program funding, H5659, H5696 [11JY]

——— entrepreneurial development programs growth accelerators funding, H5134 [25JN]

——— Regional Innovation Cluster Program funding, H5134, H5135 [25JN]

——— Small Business Development Centers funding, H5188 [26JN]

——— Veterans Business Outreach Centers funding, H5186, H5188 [26JN]

Science, Depts. of Justice and Commerce, and related agencies: across-the-board funding reduction for non-defense activities, H4893 [19JN]

——— making appropriations, H184 [3JA], H1151, H1152 [23JA]

Servicemen’s Readjustment Act: funding, H4703 [18JN]

Sexual harassment: provide for research to better understand causes and consequences of sexual harassment in the scientific workforce and examine policies to reduce the prevalence and negative impact of such harassment (H.R. 36), H7173–H7176 [23JY], E2 [3JA], E976 [24JY]

SSA: funding, H2839 [27MR]

Texas: request reimbursement of costs incurred from providing additional security along the southern border, H5144 [25JN]

Trump, President: condemn threat to withhold FEMA disaster funds for California wildfires, H300 [9JA]

——— evaluation of administration, H2024 [14FE]

——— proposed declaration of a national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, H582, H584 [15JA]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (H.J. Res. 46), H2105, H2106, H2111, H2112, H2130–H2141, H2221 [26FE], H2237, H2241 [27FE], H2296–H2299 [28FE], H2750 [18MR], E193 [22FE], E228, E230 [28FE]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (H.J. Res. 46), consideration (H. Res. 144), H2112–H2119 [26FE]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (H.J. Res. 46), veto, H2801, H2804, H2806–H2812, H2821 [26MR]

Tyndall AFB, FL: planning, design, and construction funding to repair damage from Hurricane Michael, H637 [16JA], H3349 [1MY]

U.N.: prohibit funding for climate change organizations and programs, H4645, H4646 [13JN]

U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change: clarify ability of the President to withdraw from Paris Agreement by executive action if such agreement is not considered a treaty, H3389, H3390 [1MY]

——— clarify that Paris Agreement seeks to address issues of environmental justice and disparate impact climate change has on vulnerable communities and people of color, H3382 [1MY]

——— develop plan to assist parties to Paris Agreement in meeting goals, H3383, H3384 [1MY]

——— Paris Agreement withdrawal funding, H4682, H4683 [13JN]

——— prohibit funding, H4647, H4648, H4683, H4684 [13JN]

——— prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and develop a plan for the U.S. to meet pollution reduction goals under such agreement (H.R. 9), consideration (H. Res. 329), H3351–H3361 [1MY]

——— prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and require President to develop plan for U.S. to meet its pollution reduction goals under such agreement (H.R. 9), motion to recommit, H3426–H3428 [2MY]

——— prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and require the President to develop a plan for the U.S. to meet its pollution reduction goals under such agreement (H.R. 9), H3310, H3312, H3323–H3336 [30AP], H3346, H3350, H3363–H3397 [1MY], H3409, H3410, H3411–H3429, H3432–H3434, H3437 [2MY]

——— recognize importance of Paris Agreement task force addressing impact of climate change on displacement and global refugee crisis, H3383 [1MY]

——— recognize role clean energy jobs play in meeting U.S. commitments under Paris Agreement, H3420 [2MY]

U.S. Agency for Global Media: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty funding to broadcast in Sindhi language in Pakistan, H4680 [13JN]

U.S. Development Finance Corp.: funding, H4461 [12JN]

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Asian carp control and eradication in Mississippi River and tributaries funding, H4784 [19JN]

——— make supplemental funding available for management of fish and wildlife species of greatest conservation need as determined by State fish and wildlife agencies, H354 [9JA]

——— prohibit funding for issuance of permits for importation of elephant or lion trophies from Zimbabwe, Zambia, or Tanzania, H4954–H4956 [20JN]

——— reauthorize Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program and certain conservation funds and establish prize competitions on wildlife and endangered species protection and invasive species management, H2213 [26FE]

——— Wildlife Detector Dog program funding, H4959 [20JN]

Venezuela: foreign aid funding, H4460 [12JN], H4776 [19JN]

Violence Against Women Act: clarify treatment of transgender individuals relative to access to female-only shelters, H2995–H2997 [3AP], E408 [4AP]

——— reauthorize, H2739–H2741 [14MR]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1239), H2010, H2014 [14FE], H2995 [3AP]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1585), H2630 [11MR], H2732 [14MR], H2901 [28MR], H2936 [1AP], H2944, H2975 [2AP], H3003–H3061 [3AP], H3071, H3072, H3073–H3075, H3083–H3087, H3091, H3092, H3093 [4AP], H4280 [4JN], H5087 [25JN], E408, E413 [4AP], E417, E418 [8AP], E444 [10AP], E457, E458 [12AP]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1585), consideration (H. Res. 281), H2993–H3002 [3AP]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1585), corrections in engrossment, H3087 [4AP]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1585), motion to recommit, H3085 [4AP]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1741), H3000 [3AP]

Wildfires: hazardous fuels management activities funding to increase resiliency of Federal forests and protect against catastrophic wildfires, H651, H659 [16JA]

——— provide assistance to winegrape growers whose crops were tainted by smoke, H652 [16JA]

Remarks in Senate

Abortion: prohibit taxpayer funded abortions (S. 109), S146 [10JA], S149 [11JA], S196 [15JA]

——— prohibit taxpayer funded abortions (S. 109), motion to proceed, S251–S253, S261, S263, S275 [16JA], S287, S290 [17JA]

Air Force: operational squadrons expansion funding, S1311 [13FE]

Armed Forces: authorize skills training, apprenticeships, and other training programs at Federal agencies for servicemembers transitioning to civilian life, S4161 [20JN]

Budget: allocation of funds, S1572 [28FE], S1750 [11MR], S1769, S1770, S1785 [12MR], S1810 [13MR], S2165 [2AP], S2223 [3AP], S4983, S4985 [23JY], S5027, S5032, S5037, S5040 [24JY]

——— comply with pay-as-you-go requirement, S4995 [23JY]

——— discretionary spending levels, S5086–S5088 [25JY]

——— establish biennial budget and appropriations processes and enhance oversight and performance of the Federal Government, S5171 [30JY]

——— incorporate disaster spending in annual budget process, S2260 [4AP], S4557 [26JN]

——— provide for a period of continuing appropriations in the event of a lapse in appropriations and establish procedures and consequences for failure to complete regular appropriations process (S. 589), S2080 [28MR]

——— provide for a period of continuing appropriations in the event of a lapse in appropriations and prohibit consideration of other matters in the Senate if appropriations are not enacted (S. 281), S771 [30JA]

——— provide for automatic continuing resolutions in the event of a lapse in appropriations other than for the legislative branch and Executive Office of the President (S. 198), S560 [24JA], S676 [25JA]

——— provide for automatic continuing resolutions (S. 104), S305 [18JA], S673 [25JA], S761 [30JA], S1372 [14FE], S2558 [1MY]

——— provide that any estimate prepared by CBO or Committee on Taxation (Joint) shall include costs relative to servicing the public debt (S. 2435), S5315 [1AU]

——— reform budget process and improve implementation of budget plans, S2080 [28MR], S5040 [24JY], S5170–S5172 [30JY]

——— reform budgeting and appropriations process (S. 1807), S3466 [13JN]

——— require a regular report relative to congressional budget enforcement be made publicly available and reform budget point of order rules, S5171 [30JY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), S5073, S5075, S5086–S5089, S5095–S5098 [25JY], S5151, S5152, S5164, S5175 [30JY], S5208, S5213, S5216 [31JY], S5280, S5284–S5291 [1AU]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2021 (H.R. 3877), unanimous-consent agreement, S5114 [25JY], S5178 [30JY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2024 (S. Con. Res. 12), S2261 [4AP]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2029 (S. 1332), S2656 [6MY], S2659 [7MY]

——— setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2029 (S. 1332), motion to proceed, S3145, S3149, S3154 [3JN]

Coast Guard: making continuing appropriations, S549–S555 [24JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (S. 21), S20 [3JA], S25 [4JA], S57 [8JA], S118 [10JA], S159 [11JA], S291 [17JA], S2860 [15MY]

Committee on the Budget (Senate): revision of budgetary allocations, aggregates, and levels, S1378 [14FE], S3095 [23MY], S4558 [26JN]

Committees of the Senate: authorizing expenditures (S. Res. 70), S1519 [27FE]

Compact for America Educational Foundation: tribute to Debt Default Clock initiative, S1485 [26FE]

Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act: impact, S1664–S1666 [5MR], S2737–S2739 [8MY]

Congress: accomplishments of the 115th Congress, S13–S17 [3JA], S2301–S2303 [9AP]

——— legislative priorities, S13–S17 [3JA]

——— legislative process, S1571–S1573 [28FE], S1642 [5MR], S5170 [30JY]

——— prohibit adjournment, restrict official travel funds, and hold twice daily quorum calls if the concurrent resolution on the budget and regular appropriations bills are not completed in a timely manner (S. 186), S4929 [18JY]

Continuing: making, S17 [3JA], S25, S32 [4JA], S35, S37 [8JA], S77–S94 [9JA], S167, S183–S186 [14JA], S204–S206 [15JA], S254, S280–S282 [16JA], S483, S491, S495 [23JA], S545, S546, S547, S555–S558, S560–S567, S581, S582 [24JA], S4533 [26JN], S4782, S4783 [11JY]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), S659 [24JA], S671–S679, S683, S684 [25JA]

——— making (H.J. Res. 28), unanimous-consent request, S560 [24JA]

——— making (H.R. 21), S8–S11 [3JA], S32 [4JA], S35, S40–S44, S46, S47, S52, S54–S61, S72–S76 [8JA], S159 [11JA], S169–S171, S173 [14JA], S191, S192 [15JA]

——— making (H.R. 21): unanimous-consent request, S490 [23JA]

——— making (H.R. 21), unanimous-consent request, S113, S114 [10JA], S191 [15JA], S289 [17JA]

Dept. of Agriculture: Emergency Conservation Program funding, S2873 [15MY]

——— Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network funding, S2999 [21MY]

——— reauthorize Farm to School Program (S. 2026), S4633 [27JN]

——— reform and continue agricultural and other programs, S55 [8JA]

——— Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program funding, S56 [8JA]

Dept. of Defense: allow Integrated Lodging Pilot Program to expire, S4161 [20JN]

——— analyze deaths of servicemembers during training exercises and offer recommendations to prevent or minimize accidents during future exercises, S4562 [26JN]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction, S2859 [15MY], S3072, S3092 [23MY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1215), S2437 [11AP]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1790), S3455, S3462 [13JN], S4202–S4453, S4469–S4473 [24JN], S4475–S4478, S4483–S4486, S4488, S4490–S4497, S4520–S4522 [25JN], S4526–S4534, S4543–S4546, S4549–S4553, S4557, S4562 [26JN], S4588–S4596, S4598–S4610, S4619–S4622, S4645–S4648 [27JN], S4672 [28JN], S4782, S4792 [11JY], S4939 [18JY], S5175 [30JY]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1790), motion to proceed, S3632, S3635, S3639 [18JN], S3808, S3810, S3815, S3831–S3836 [19JN], S4132, S4134–S4136, S4157–S4161 [20JN], S4197–S4202 [24JN]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1790), unanimous-consent agreement, S4151 [20JN]

——— authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 1790), unanimous-consent request, S4596 [27JN]

——— energetics research and development plan funding, S4562 [26JN]

——— ensure ability of Armed Forces to defend themselves and U.S. citizens against attack by foreign hostile forces, S4598–S4600, S4621 [27JN]

——— funding, S196 [15JA], S2998, S2999 [21MY], S4782, S4783 [11JY], S5088 [25JY], S5216 [31JY], S5280 [1AU]

——— importance of national defense strategy, S85 [9JA], S260 [16JA], S759 [30JA]

——— improve certain defense and security assistance policies and authorize appropriation of funds to Israel, S727 [29JA], S914 [6FE]

——— medical research and staff development funding, S4562 [26JN]

——— oppose deferment of military construction funding for national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, S1678–S1680 [6MR]

——— overseas contingency operations funding, S1572 [28FE]

——— prohibit reallocation of national defense funding for construction of wall or fence along southern U.S. border, S3810 [19JN]

——— report on efforts to promote apprenticeships and on-the-job training for servicemembers transitioning to civilian life, S4161 [20JN]

——— submit report on ability of national airspace system to meet current national security requirements and offer recommendations for improvements, S4135 [20JN]

——— Trident D5 submarine-launched low-yield nuclear warhead funding, S3815 [19JN]

Dept. of Education: reauthorize and modify Federal TRIO Programs (S. 1803), S3366 [12JN]

Dept. of HHS: authorize State Opioid Response Grants program and allow use of funding to address methamphetamine and cocaine abuse (S. 1925), S4173 [20JN], S5091 [25JY]

——— proposed rule prohibiting family planning clinics from receiving Title X funding if they provide abortion services or refer patients for abortions, S1721 [7MR], S1815 [13MR], S2581 [2MY], S2709, S2717, S2718, S2720, S2724 [8MY], S2804 [14MY]

——— reauthorize Administration on Aging Lifespan Respite Care Program (S. 995), S2191 [2AP], S2266 [4AP]

——— reauthorize and expand Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Program (S. 304), S805 [31JA]

——— reauthorize certain programs to protect against pandemics and attacks from chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons (H.R. 269), S106 [9JA], S111 [10JA]

——— reauthorize certain programs to protect against pandemics and attacks from chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons (S. 1379), S2929 [16MY]

——— reauthorize Emergency Medical Services for Children Program (H.R. 776), S5275 [31JY]

——— revise and extend Poison Center Network Grant Program (S. 1199), S4969 [22JY]

Dept. of Homeland Security: extend Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (H.R. 251), S106 [9JA], S111 [10JA], S279 [16JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), S8–S11 [3JA], S32 [4JA], S35, S46, S54–S61, S74 [8JA], S114 [10JA], S154 [11JA], S169–S171, S173, S186 [14JA], S192 [15JA], S299–S301 [18JA], S307 [19JA], S550–S555, S560 [24JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), unanimous-consent agreement, S1338 [14FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 1), unanimous-consent request, S115 [10JA], S192 [15JA], S301 [18JA], S319 [22JA], S549, S550, S559, S560 [24JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), S659 [24JA], S671, S684 [25JA]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), conference report, S1337, S1341, S1344, S1347–S1351, S1356–S1358, S1362–S1364, S1395 [14FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), conference report—unanimous-consent agreement, S1362 [14FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), correction in enrollment (S. Con. Res. 4), S1364 [14FE]

——— making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 31), unanimous-consent request, S549 [24JA]

——— provide funding to secure nonprofit facilities from terrorist attacks (S. 1539), S4613 [27JN]

Dept. of HUD: provide for rental assistance for homeless or at-risk Indian veterans (S. 257), S4652 [27JN]

Dept. of Justice: extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (H.R. 1327), S4814 [15JY], S4870 [16JY], S4873, S4879, S4880, S4901 [17JY], S4926, S4941 [18JY], S4984, S4986, S4994–S4999, S5008 [23JY], S5030 [24JY], S5130 [29JY]

——— extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (H.R. 1327), unanimous-consent agreement, S4937, S4938 [18JY]

——— extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (H.R. 1327), unanimous-consent request, S4879 [17JY]

——— extend authorization of September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (S. 546), S1414 [25FE], S2847 [15MY], S3308 [11JN], S3332 [12JN], S4198 [24JN], S4477 [25JN], S4527 [26JN]

——— prohibit funding to litigate in support of district court ruling finding all of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act unconstitutional in appeal of Texas v. U.S., S2014 [27MR]

——— reauthorize Bulletproof Vest Partnership (H.R. 2379), S2900–S2902 [16MY]

——— reauthorize Bulletproof Vest Partnership (S. 1231), S2776 [13MY], S2803, S2837 [14MY], S2862 [15MY]

——— reauthorize Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Program Secure Our Schools grant program, S1340 [14FE]

——— reauthorize DNA Backlog Reduction Program (S. 820), S2353 [10AP], S2541 [1MY], S2803 [14MY], S2946, S2947 [16MY], S2952 [20MY], S3022 [22MY], S4747 [10JY], S5289 [1AU]

Dept. of Labor: Job Corps program funding, S3181 [4JN]

Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: making appropriations, S2633 [6MY]

Dept. of the Interior: assess sanitation and safety conditions at BIA facilities built to provide Columbia River Treaty tribes access to traditional fishing grounds and expend funds to improve those conditions (S. 50), S4649 [27JN]

Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 266), S182 [14JA], S187 [15JA]

Dept. of the Treasury: make Reclamation Water Settlements Fund permanent (S. 886), S3128 [23MY]

Dept. of Transportation: accelerate completion of Appalachian development highway system by facilitating exchanges between States with unspent balances of targeted funds to States that lack funding, S5172 [30JY]

——— authorize funds for Federal-aid highways and highway safety construction programs, expedite environmental reviews for projects, improve resiliency, and reduce carbon emissions (S. 2302), S5135, S5143–S5146 [29JY], S5172, S5173 [30JY], S5209, S5211, S5232 [31JY]

——— increase funding for highway safety grants to encourage motorists to be cautious of emergency vehicles and emergency personnel while driving, S2257 [4AP]

Dept. of Veterans Affairs: repeal requirement for reduction of survivor annuities under the Survivor Benefit Plan to offset the receipt of veterans’ dependency and indemnity compensation, S4160 [20JN], S4595, S4596, S4598 [27JN]

Depts. of Commerce, Justice, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, HUD, and VA, FDA, EPA, science, and military construction: making appropriations (H.R. 3055), S4739 [9JY], S4744 [10JY]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2740), S4739 [9JY], S4744 [10JY]

Depts. of Transportation and HUD and related agencies: making appropriations, S97 [9JA]

Disaster Housing Response and Recovery Block Grant Program: establish, S4765 [10JY]

Disasters: making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief, S1357, S1358 [14FE]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), S312 [19JA], S317 [22JA], S483–S497 [23JA], S541–S548, S549, S555–S559, S574, S581, S582 [24JA], S1573, S1576 [28FE], S2064–S2066, S2068, S2070, S2071 [28MR], S2105, S2106, S2108–S2114, S2161 [1AP], S2163, S2167 [2AP], S2247–S2249, S2260 [4AP], S2300 [9AP], S2352 [10AP], S2400, S2405 [11AP]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), motion to proceed, S1882 [14MR], S1929 [25MR], S1975 [26MR], S2011, S2012, S2014, S2017–S2020 [27MR], S2063, S2064 [28MR]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), unanimous-consent agreement, S325 [22JA], S548 [24JA]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 268), unanimous-consent request, S2112 [1AP], S2248 [4AP]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), S2553, S2554 [1MY], S2732 [8MY], S2757 [9MY], S2777, S2778 [13MY], S2837 [14MY], S2860, S2873, S2877 [15MY], S2953 [20MY], S2986, S2988 [21MY], S3018, S3030 [22MY], S3066, S3071, S3077, S3084–S3086, S3095 [23MY], S3185 [4JN], S3273 [10JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (H.R. 2157), corrections in enrollment, S3179 [4JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief (S. 572), S1522 [27FE], S1573 [28FE]

Diseases and disorders: Alzheimer’s disease research funding, S1318 [13FE], S2599 [2MY]

District of Columbia: allow receipt of Federal funding under Coastal Zone Management Act (S. 1734), S3258 [5JN]

EPA: Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funding, S1890 [14MR]

——— reauthorize diesel emissions reduction program (S. 747), S1794 [12MR], S2362 [10AP]

Eximbank: abolish, S2660 [7MY]

——— importance to the economy, S2662 [7MY], S2709 [8MY]

FDA: impact of Government shutdown, S117 [10JA]

Federal agencies and departments: guarantee back pay to federally-contracted retail, food, custodial, and security service workers furloughed during a Government shutdown (S. 162), S675 [25JA], S688 [28JA], S725 [29JA], S903–S907 [6FE], S1290 [13FE], S1350, S1351 [14FE]

——— prohibit funding to establish panel, task force, advisory committee, or other efforts to challenge scientific consensus on climate change (S. 729), S1747 [7MR], S1765 [11MR], S2352 [10AP]

——— reduce waste, fraud, and abuse, S4994 [23JY]

Federal employees: making appropriations to pay salaries of Federal employees working during the Government shutdown, S159 [11JA]

——— making appropriations to pay salaries of Federal employees working during the Government shutdown (S. 113), S559 [24JA]

——— provide for compensation of furloughed employees in the event of a lapse in appropriations (S. 24), S20 [3JA], S25 [4JA], S57, S74 [8JA], S119, S133, S134 [10JA], S150 [11JA], S169 [14JA], S300 [18JA], S677 [25JA], S904–S906 [6FE]

——— require payment of interest on back pay for employees affected by a lapse in appropriations (S. 222), S677 [25JA], S690 [28JA]

——— require treatment of a lapse in appropriations as a mitigating condition when assessing financial considerations for security clearances (S. 464), S1279, S1283 [12FE], S1285 [13FE]

——— waive certain penalties for affected Federal employees receiving a distribution from the Thrift Savings Plan during a lapse in appropriations (S. 204), S588 [24JA], S690 [28JA]

Financial services and general Government: making appropriations (H.R. 264), S106 [9JA], S111 [10JA]

Floods: express condolences for victims of, commend first responders to, and provide disaster assistance to those affected by flooding in Kentucky, S1409 [25FE]

——— express condolences for victims of, commend first responders to, and provide disaster assistance to those affected by flooding in Nebraska, S1972 [26MR]

——— express condolences for victims of, commend first responders to, and provide disaster assistance to those affected by flooding in Oklahoma, S3024 [22MY]

Forest and Refuge County Foundation: grant Federal charter and establish Natural Resources Permanent Fund to provide stable, increasing, and reliable funding for rural county services (S. 1643), S3109 [23MY]

Government: across-the-board funding reduction of consolidated appropriations, S3151–S3153 [3JN]

——— making consolidated appropriations, S483–S497 [23JA], S541–S548, S555–S559 [24JA], S1175, S1176 [12FE], S1337, S1341, S1344, S1347–S1351, S1356–S1358, S1362–S1364, S1395 [14FE]

——— making consolidated appropriations (H.R. 648), S659 [24JA], S687 [28JA]

——— making consolidated appropriations (H.R. 648), unanimous-consent request, S549 [24JA]

——— shutdown relative to budget process, S8–S13, S17 [3JA], S25, S32 [4JA], S35, S37, S40–S44, S46, S47, S49–S61, S63, S72–S76 [8JA], S77–S94, S97–S99 [9JA], S112–S125, S133 [10JA], S149–S162 [11JA], S165–S179, S182–S186 [14JA], S187–S193, S199, S200, S204–S206 [15JA], S233–S246, S248–S251, S253, S254, S259, S261, S263, S264, S280–S282 [16JA], S287–S292 [17JA], S299–S305 [18JA], S307–S315 [19JA], S317–S325, S326 [22JA], S483–S497 [23JA], S541–S567, S574–S576, S580–S582 [24JA], S667–S679 [25JA], S688–S691 [28JA], S725, S726 [29JA], S758–S762 [30JA], S1151, S1156, S1162 [11FE], S1175, S1176, S1188 [12FE], S1285–S1287, S1290 [13FE], S1350, S1362, S1363, S1372 [14FE]

Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund: funding, S2261 [4AP]

Hazardous substances: Yucca Mountain, NV, nuclear waste disposal site funding, S2754 [9MY], S4538 [26JN]

Health: medical research funding, S1785 [12MR], S4751 [10JY]

Hurricanes: making supplemental appropriations for disaster relief for those affected by Hurricane Harvey, S2071 [28MR]

——— provide additional disaster recovery assistance for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands in response to Hurricanes Irma and Maria, S556, S574 [24JA], S2014, S2017–S2020 [27MR], S2068, S2070 [28MR], S2108, S2111, S2161 [1AP], S2163, S2167 [2AP], S2248, S2249 [4AP], S2287 [8AP], S2300 [9AP], S2405 [11AP], S2476 [29AP], S2628 [6MY], S2660 [7MY], S2709 [8MY], S2753 [9MY], S2778 [13MY], S2798 [14MY], S2848 [15MY], S2953 [20MY], S3071 [23MY]

Immigration: fund southern border wall by requiring a work-authorized Social Security number to claim refundable tax credits and welfare applicants to verify citizenship, and increasing illegal border crossing fines (S. 53), S4798 [11JY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children, S3300 [11JN], S3329–S3332, S3335, S3339 [12JN], S3638, S3642, S3645 [18JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), S4525, S4530, S4532, S4535, S4538–S4543, S4549, S4557, S4563 [26JN], S4587, S4596, S4607, S4610–S4613 [27JN], S4672 [28JN], S4711 [9JY], S4752 [10JY]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), unanimous-consent agreement, S4531 [26JN]

——— making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (S. 1900), S3808 [19JN], S4133, S4145, S4148 [20JN], S4477, S4478, S4481–S4483, S4486 [25JN]

——— provide deferred action for certain individuals brought to the U.S. and establish a border security trust fund (S. 108), S304 [18JA]

——— rescind Executive order prioritizing the majority of unauthorized individuals for removal and withholding Federal funding to sanctuary cities (S. 1591), S3072 [23MY]

——— supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children through reduction in certain foreign assistance and exchange programs funding, S4539, S4540, S4542 [26JN]

Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations, S4470–S4472 [24JN], S4496 [25JN]

Iran: limit use of funds for military operations in or against Iran, S3810 [19JN], S4158–S4160 [20JN], S4198, S4472 [24JN], S4475–S4478, S4484–S4486, S4521 [25JN], S4528, S4530, S4543, S4549, S4551 [26JN], S4588–S4595, S4598, S4604–S4609, S4619–S4621, S4645–S4648 [27JN]

Land and Water Conservation Fund: reform, S1102 [7FE]

Lima, OH: Joint Systems Manufacturing Center tank and armored vehicles production funding, S4544 [26JN]

Medicaid: importance, S3347–S3354 [12JN]

——— reauthorize Money Follows the Person Demonstration Program and extend spousal impoverishment protections for beneficiaries receiving long-term care (H.R. 259), S297 [17JA]

Medicare: establish Universal Medicare Program to provide comprehensive health insurance coverage for all U.S. residents, S896 [6FE]

Middle East: authorize use of force in Syria to defend the Kurds against armed aggression from any country or terrorist organization, S762 [30JA], S778–S780 [31JA], S846 [5FE]

——— clarify continued presence of U.S. Armed Forces in Syria and Afghanistan to counter threat of terrorism is not a declaration of war or authorization of use of military force, S789 [31JA]

——— improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), S20 [3JA], S25 [4JA], S733 [29JA], S755–S758, S762 [30JA], S775, S777–S780, S786–S792 [31JA], S817, S819, S821 [4FE], S841, S843, S846–S857 [5FE], S914–S917 [6FE], S1673 [6MR], S2625 [6MY], S4924 [18JY]

——— improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), motion to proceed, S35–S40, S44–S48, S63 [8JA], S78, S79, S94–S97 [9JA], S113, S114, S120, S125–S128 [10JA], S149 [11JA], S166, S169 [14JA], S187, S190–S193, S201 [15JA], S234 [16JA], S299 [18JA], S307 [19JA], S318 [22JA], S483 [23JA], S541 [24JA], S687, S692, S693 [28JA], S726–S730 [29JA]

——— improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses and hold abusers accountable in Syria, and counter anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), unanimous-consent agreement, S839 [4FE]

——— improve defense and security assistance to Israel and Jordan, halt human rights abuses, hold abusers accountable in Syria, allow countering of anti-Israel boycotts, divestments, or sanctions (S. 1), unanimous-consent request, S826–S829 [4FE], S851 [5FE]

NASA: establish Moon-Mars Development Project, S5076–S5078 [25JY]

National security: military readiness of U.S. forces, S2859, S2860 [15MY]

Natural resources: improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), S72 [8JA], S77 [9JA], S1031–S1109, S1149 [7FE], S1152–S1162 [11FE], S1175, S1178–S1182, S1184–S1186, S1193–S1196, S1271 [12FE], S1289, S1304 [13FE], S1373 [14FE], S1457, S1472 [26FE], S1823 [13MR]

——— improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), correction in enrollment (H. Con. Res. 21), S1519 [27FE]

——— improve management of public lands, forests, national parks, sportsmen’s access, and water and power resources and reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund (S. 47), motion to proceed, S777 [31JA], S817 [4FE], S841, S858 [5FE], S881, S885, S896–S903 [6FE], S1031 [7FE]

Navy: shipbuilding funding, S4672 [28JN]

Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act: reauthorize (S. 310), S1373 [14FE]

NIH: funding, S5288 [1AU]

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.: provide for a moratorium on Federal funding relative to provision of abortion services and increase funding for other women’s health care service providers (S. 141), S196 [15JA], S253, S263, S275 [16JA]

Public debt: ceiling, S1485 [26FE], S4995 [23JY]

——— condition public debt ceiling increase on provisions to cut and cap Federal spending and enact balanced budget constitutional amendment, S5213 [31JY]

——— repeal the public debt ceiling, S4928 [18JY]

——— suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), S5073, S5075, S5086–S5089, S5095–S5098 [25JY], S5151, S5152, S5164, S5175 [30JY], S5208, S5213, S5216 [31JY], S5280, S5284–S5291 [1AU]

——— suspend the public debt ceiling (H.R. 3877), unanimous-consent agreement, S5114 [25JY], S5178 [30JY]

Public welfare programs: extend Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program (H.R. 430), S319 [22JA]

——— extend Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program (H.R. 2940), S4648 [27JN]

Roads and highways: extend Federal-aid highway, highway safety, motor carrier safety, transit, and other Highway Trust Fund-funded programs, S2363 [10AP]

SBA: funding, S2758 [9MY]

Senate: legislative priorities, S2581 [2MY], S2659 [7MY], S3032 [22MY], S5212 [31JY]

Senate Rules: reform procedures for consideration of budget proposals, S5171 [30JY]

Tornadoes: express condolences for victims of, commend first responders to, and provide disaster assistance to those affected in Alabama and Georgia, S1611, S1616 [4MR]

Trump, President: declaration of a national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, S1569 [28FE]

——— evaluation of administration, S818 [4FE], S845 [5FE]

——— evaluation of administration relative to foreign policy, S2997 [21MY]

——— evaluation of administration relative to Medicaid coverage, S3347–S3354 [12JN]

——— proposed declaration of a national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, S167 [14JA], S1365 [14FE]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, S1410, S1413, S1432 [25FE], S1462–S1464 [26FE]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (H.J. Res. 46), S1448, S1452–S1456 [26FE], S1531–S1533 [27FE], S1610, S1612–S1614 [4MR], S1637, S1648–S1650 [5MR], S1678–S1680 [6MR], S1722–S1725 [7MR], S1750 [11MR], S1770 [12MR], S1809, S1815, S1829–S1831 [13MR], S1855, S1857–S1882 [14MR]

——— terminate declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border (S.J. Res. 10), S1600–S1602 [28FE]

U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change: prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and require the President to develop a plan for the U.S. to meet its pollution reduction goals under such agreement (H.R. 9), S2580 [2MY], S2656 [6MY], S2659 [7MY], S4899, S4901 [17JY]

——— prohibit funding to advance withdrawal from Paris Agreement and require the President to develop a plan for the U.S. to meet its pollution reduction goals under such agreement (S. 1743), S4896 [17JY]

Violence Against Women Act: reauthorize, S1348, S1362 [14FE]

——— reauthorize (H.R. 1585), S2348 [9AP], S2349, S2354 [10AP], S2671–S2676, S2679 [7MY], S2953 [20MY], S3018, S3022, S3028, S3038 [22MY], S3837 [19JN]

Reports

Budget Scorekeeping: CBO, S136–S138 [10JA], S1536 [27FE], S2377–S2379 [10AP], S3045–S3047 [22MY], S5235–S5239 [31JY]

Many SNAP Households Will Experience Long Gap Between Monthly Benefits Even if Shutdown Ends: Dorothy Rosenbaum, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, H1020–H1022 [23JA]

Status of the Budget: Committee on the Budget (House), H2361–H2364 [5MR], H5296–H5298 [9JY]

Reports filed

Adopt H. Res. 293, Budget Enforcement and Advance Appropriations Limitation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 294) (H. Rept. 116–37), H3127 [8AP]

Adoption of H. Res. 86, Committee on the Climate Crisis (House, Select) and Committee on the Modernization of Congress (House, Select) Expenditures: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 105) (H. Rept. 116–6), H1389 [6FE]

Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3164) (H. Rept. 116–107), H4348 [6JN]

Allocation to Subcommittees of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 2019: Committee on Appropriations (Senate) (S. Rept. 116–42), S3104 [23MY]

American Manufacturing Leadership Act: Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (House) (H.R. 2397) (H. Rept. 116–121), H4916 [19JN]

America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 2302), S5310 [1AU]

Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education, and Support (Autism CARES) Act: Committee on Energy and Commerce (House) (H.R. 1058) (H. Rept. 116–177), H7239 [23JY]

Child Care Quality and Access Act: Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3298) (H. Rept. 116–160), H7149 [18JY]

Climate Action Now Act: Committee on Energy and Commerce (House) (H.R. 9) (H. Rept. 116–41), H3274 [18AP]

——— Committee on Foreign Affairs (House) (H.R. 9) (H. Rept. 116–41), H3274 [18AP]

Coast Guard Appropriations: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3409) (H. Rept. 116–172), H7239 [23JY]

Columbia River In-Lieu and Treaty Fishing Access Sites Improvement Act: Committee on Indian Affairs (Senate) (S. 50) (S. Rept. 116–7), S1844 [13MR]

Combating Sexual Harassment in Science Act: Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (House) (H.R. 36) (H. Rept. 116–153), H5773 [12JY]

Committees of the House Expenditures: Committee on House Administration (House) (H. Res. 245) (H. Rept. 116–20), H2826 [26MR]

Committees of the Senate Expenditures: Committee on Rules and Administration (Senate) (S. Res. 70), S1325 [13FE]

Consideration of Conference Report on H.J. Res. 31, Consolidated Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 131) (H. Rept. 116–10), H2028 [14FE]

Consideration of H.J. Res. 28, Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 52) (H. Rept. 116–3), H673 [16JA]

Consideration of H.J. Res. 31, Dept. of Homeland Security Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 61) (H. Rept. 116–4), H996 [22JA]

Consideration of H.J. Res. 46, Terminate President Trump’s Declared National Emergency To Obtain Funding for Construction of Continuous Wall or Fence Along Southern U.S. Border: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 144) (H. Rept. 116–13), H2099 [25FE]

Consideration of H.R. 9, Climate Action Now Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 329) (H. Rept. 116–42), H3302 [29AP]

Consideration of H.R. 264, Financial Services and General Government Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 28) (H. Rept. 116–1), H280 [8JA]

Consideration of H.R. 265, Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 28) (H. Rept. 116–1), H280 [8JA]

Consideration of H.R. 266, Dept. of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 28) (H. Rept. 116–1), H280 [8JA]

Consideration of H.R. 267, Depts. of Transportation and HUD and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 28) (H. Rept. 116–1), H280 [8JA]

Consideration of H.R. 268, Disaster Relief Supplemental Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 43) (H. Rept. 116–2), H599 [15JA]

Consideration of H.R. 648, Consolidated Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 61) (H. Rept. 116–4), H996 [22JA]

Consideration of H.R. 987, Strengthening Health Care and Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 377) (H. Rept. 116–61), H3787 [14MY]

Consideration of H.R. 1327, Never Forget the Heroes—Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 476) (H. Rept. 116–143), H5301 [9JY]

Consideration of H.R. 1585, Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 281) (H. Rept. 116–32), H2985 [2AP]

Consideration of H.R. 1644, Save the Internet Act and H.R. 2021, Investing for the People Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 294) (H. Rept. 116–37), H3127 [8AP]

Consideration of H.R. 2157, Disaster Relief Supplemental Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 357) (H. Rept. 116–51), H3473 [7MY]

Consideration of H.R. 2500, Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Activities, Prescribing Personnel Strengths, and Military Construction: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 476) (H. Rept. 116–143), H5301 [9JY]

Consideration of H.R. 2722, Securing America’s Federal Elections (SAFE) Act and H.R. 3351, Financial Services and General Government Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 460) (H. Rept. 116–126), H5074 [24JN]

Consideration of H.R. 2740, Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, Foreign Operations, and Energy and Water Development Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 431) (H. Rept. 116–109), H4387 [10JN]

——— Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 436) (H. Rept. 116–111), H4431 [11JN]

——— Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 445) (H. Rept. 116–119), H4769 [18JN]

Consideration of H.R. 3055, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, HUD, and VA, FDA, EPA, Science, and Military Construction Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 445) (H. Rept. 116–119), H4769 [18JN]

Consideration of H.R. 3401, Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 462) (H. Rept. 116–128), H5165 [25JN]

Consideration of H.R. 3494, Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 491) (H. Rept. 116–154), H5824 [15JY]

Consideration of H.R. 3877, Bipartisan Budget Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 519) (H. Rept. 116–183), H7376 [24JY]

Consideration of Senate Amendment to H.R. 3401, Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 466) (H. Rept. 116–130), H5255 [27JN]

Consolidated Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.J. Res. 31) (H. Rept. 116–9), H1580 [13FE]

Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 2968) (H. Rept. 116–84), H4160 [23MY]

Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Activities, Prescribing Personnel Strengths, and Military Construction: Committee on Armed Services (House) (H.R. 2500) (H. Rept. 116–120), H4916 [19JN], H5255 [27JN]

——— Committee on Armed Services (Senate) (S. 1790) (S. Rept. 116–48), S3319 [11JN]

Dept. of HHS Administration on Aging Lifespan Respite Care Program Reauthorization: Committee on Energy and Commerce (House) (H.R. 2035) (H. Rept. 116–175), H7239 [23JY]

Dept. of HHS Emergency Medical Services for Children Program Reauthorization: Committee on Energy and Commerce (House) (H.R. 776) (H. Rept. 116–176), H7239 [23JY]

——— Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (Senate) (S. 1173), S4729 [9JY]

Dept. of Homeland Security Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3931) (H. Rept. 116–180), H7376 [24JY]

Dept. of Justice Bulletproof Vest Partnership Reauthorization: Committee on the Judiciary (Senate) (S. 1231), S2769 [9MY]

Dept. of Justice DNA Backlog Reduction Program Reauthorization: Committee on the Judiciary (Senate) (S. 820), S2769 [9MY]

Dept. of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 2839) (H. Rept. 116–78), H4009 [20MY]

Dept. of State Authorities: Committee on Foreign Affairs (House) (H.R. 3352) (H. Rept. 116–181), H7376 [24JY]

Dept. of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3052) (H. Rept. 116–100), H4215 [3JN]

Depts. of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Appropriations for Military Construction and Veterans’ Services: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 2745) (H. Rept. 116–63), H3840 [15MY]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 2740) (H. Rept. 116–62), H3840 [15MY]

Depts. of Transportation and HUD and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3163) (H. Rept. 116–106), H4348 [6JN]

Diesel Emissions Reduction Act: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 747), S2385 [10AP]

——— Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 747) (S. Rept. 116–39), S2786 [13MY]

Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act: Committee on Appropriations (Senate) (S. 1900), S3843 [19JN]

Energy and Water Development Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 2960) (H. Rept. 116–83), H4160 [23MY]

Expand Navigators’ Resources for Outreach, Learning, and Longevity (ENROLL) Act: Committee on Energy and Commerce (House) (H.R. 1386) (H. Rept. 116–50), H3447 [3MY]

Expenditures: Committee on Aging (Senate, Special) (S. Res. 58), S1130 [7FE]

——— Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry (Senate) (S. Res. 54), S1130 [7FE]

——— Committee on Armed Services (Senate) (S. Res. 42), S866 [5FE]

——— Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs (Senate) (S. Res. 47), S919 [6FE]

——— Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation (Senate) (S. Res. 48), S919 [6FE]

——— Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (Senate) (S. Res. 45), S866 [5FE]

——— Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. Res. 41), S866 [5FE]

——— Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. Res. 46), S866 [5FE]

——— Committee on Finance (Senate) (S. Res. 40), S866 [5FE]

——— Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate) (S. Res. 56), S1130 [7FE]

——— Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (Senate) (S. Res. 64), S1165 [11FE]

——— Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (Senate) (S. Res. 49), S919 [6FE]

——— Committee on Indian Affairs (Senate) (S. Res. 52), S919 [6FE]

——— Committee on Intelligence (Senate, Select) (S. Res. 51), S919 [6FE]

——— Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship (Senate) (S. Res. 62), S1165 [11FE]

——— Committee on the Budget (Senate) (S. Res. 60), S1130 [7FE]

——— Committee on the Judiciary (Senate) (S. Res. 57), S1130 [7FE]

——— Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (Senate) (S. Res. 55), S1130 [7FE]

Fair Compensation for Low-Wage Contractor Employees Act: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 163) (S. Rept. 116–2), S1436 [25FE]

Federal Transfer of Funds to Dept. of Veterans Affairs for Nonprofit Corporations Established for Research and Education Exemption From Certain Economy Act Provisions: Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House) (H.R. 1947) (H. Rept. 116–73), H4063 [21MY]

——— Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House) (H.R. 1947) (H. Rept. 116–76), H4009 [20MY]

Financial Services and General Government Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3351) (H. Rept. 116–122), H4916 [19JN]

Full Utilization of the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund Act: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2440) (H. Rept. 116–136), H5268 [2JY]

Homeland Procurement Reform (HOPR) Act: Committee on Homeland Security (House) (H.R. 2083) (H. Rept. 116–90), H4179 [30MY]

Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) (H.R. 3494) (H. Rept. 116–151), H5725 [11JY], H5773 [12JY]

——— Committee on Intelligence (Senate, Select) (S. 1589), S3057 [22MY]

——— Committee on Intelligence (Senate, Select) (S. 1589) (S. Rept. 116–47), S3318 [11JN]

Investing for the People Act: Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 2021) (H. Rept. 116–35), H3127 [8AP]

Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Appropriations: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 1061), S2385 [10AP]

——— Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 1061) (S. Rept. 116–36), S2645 [6MY]

Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 2779) (H. Rept. 116–64), H3922 [16MY]

Marketing and Outreach Restoration To Empower (MORE) Health Education Act: Committee on Energy and Commerce (House) (H.R. 987) (H. Rept. 116–53), H3725 [10MY]

Migratory Birds of the Americas Conservation Act: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 310) (S. Rept. 116–9), S1897 [14MR]

Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act Reauthorization: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 310), S866 [5FE]

Never Forget the Heroes—Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1327) (H. Rept. 116–152), H5773 [12JY]

Pay Our Coast Guard Parity Act: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 367) (H. Rept. 116–110), H4431 [11JN]

Permit States To Transfer Funds From Clean Water State Revolving Fund to Drinking Water State Revolving Fund To Fund Lead Removal Projects: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 1689) (S. Rept. 116–64), S5011 [23JY]

Poison Center Network Enhancement Act: Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (Senate) (S. 1199), S4729 [9JY]

Repeal Rescission of Funds in Federal-Aid Highway Program Contract Authority: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 1992), S5247 [31JY]

Same-Day Consideration of Resolutions Allowing Consideration of Certain Legislation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 122) (H. Rept. 116–8), H1516 [11FE]

——— Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 389) (H. Rept. 116–79), H4009 [20MY]

Science, Depts. of Justice and Commerce, and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3055) (H. Rept. 116–101), H4215 [3JN]

Securing American Nonprofit Organizations Against Terrorism Act: Committee on Homeland Security (House) (H.R. 2476) (H. Rept. 116–92), H4179 [30MY]

Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 2020–2024: Committee on the Budget (Senate) (S. Con. Res. 12), S2117 [1AP]

State Permission To Transfer Funds From Clean Water State Revolving Fund to Drinking Water State Revolving Fund To Fund Lead Removal Projects: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 1689), S3843 [19JN]

Stopping Improper Payments to Deceased People Act: Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (Senate) (S. 1333) (S. Rept. 116–49), S4504 [25JN]

Stronger Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act: Committee on Education and Labor (House) (H.R. 2480) (H. Rept. 116–74), H4009 [20MY]

Suballocation of Budget Allocations for Fiscal Year 2020: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 116–103), H4312 [4JN]

——— Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 116–124), H5035 [21JN]

——— Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 116–59), H3787 [14MY]

——— Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 116–80), H4009 [20MY]

Tribal HUD-VASH Act: Committee on Indian Affairs (Senate) (S. 257) (S. Rept. 116–21), S2087 [28MR]

Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1585) (H. Rept. 116–21), H2883 [27MR]

Wildlife Innovation and Longevity Driver (WILD) Act: Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 268), S866 [5FE]

——— Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) (S. 268) (S. Rept. 116–18), S1985 [26MR]

Rulings of the Chair

Immigration: making supplemental appropriations for border security and necessary expenses associated with significant rise in unaccompanied alien children (H.R. 3401), consideration of Senate amendment (H. Res. 466), H5223 [27JN]

Statements

AID Programs: Senator McConnell, Committee on Appropriations (Senate) Subcommittee on Foreign Operations (2000), S5124 [29JY]

Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation Budget Request Hearing: Senator Alexander, Committee on Approprations (Senate) Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, S2380 [10AP]

Declaration of a National Emergency Concerning the U.S. Southern Border: several former national security officials, S1410–S1413, S1432–S1434 [25FE], S1452–S1455 [26FE]

Dept. of Energy Budget Request Hearing: Senator Alexander, Committee on Approprations (Senate) Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, S2320 [9AP]

Dept. of HHS Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Program Reauthorization and Expansion: several organizations, S805, S806 [31JA]

Disaster Relief to Puerto Rico for Those Affected by Hurricane Maria: Ricardo Rosselló, Governor of Puerto Rico, S2020 [27MR]

National Nuclear Security Administration Budget Request Hearing: Senator Alexander, Committee on Approprations (Senate) Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, S2323 [9AP]

NRC Budget Request Hearing: Senator Alexander, Committee on Approprations (Senate) Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, S2564 [1MY]

U.S. Government Working Together for the Abandonment of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Dept. of State and AID, H4642–H4644 [13JN]

Summaries

Bipartisan Budget Act (H.R. 3877), S5280 [1AU]

Tables

Accounts identified for advance appropriations, H3446 [3MY]

Aggregate Amount Expended on Outside Counsel or Other Experts, H3282 [25AP]

Budget aggregates, S1378 [14FE], S3095 [23MY], H3445 [3MY], H3839 [15MY], H4061 [21MY], H4310 [4JN], H5034 [21JN]

Committee on Appropriations (House) discretionary appropriations allocation, H2026 [14FE]

Committee on Appropriations (House) spending authority, H3445 [3MY], H3839 [15MY], H4310 [4JN], H5034 [21JN]

Committee on Appropriations (Senate) current level report on spending and revenues, S4560 [26JN]

Committee on Appropriations (Senate) enacted changes in mandatory spending programs, S1536 [27FE], S2377 [10AP], S3045 [22MY], S4560 [26JN]

Committee on Appropriations (Senate) enacted regular discretionary appropriations, S1535 [27FE], S2376 [10AP], S3045 [22MY], S4559 [26JN]

Committee on Appropriations (Senate) spending allocations revisions, S1378 [14FE], S3095 [23MY]

Committee on Financial Services (House) spending authority, H4061 [21MY]

Disaster relief supplemental appropriations (H.R. 268), H628–H632 [16JA]

Estimated pay-as-you-go effects of H.R. 987, Strengthening Health Care and Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Act, H3786 [14MY], H3921 [16MY]

Estimated pay-as-you-go effects of H.R. 1947, Federal transfer of funds to Dept. of Veterans Affairs for nonprofit corporations established to fund research and education at medical centers exemption from certain Economy Act provisions, H4062 [21MY]

Estimated pay-as-you-go effects of H.R. 3352, Dept. of State authorities, H7375 [24JY]

Estimated pay-as-you-go effects of H.R. 3409, Coast Guard appropriations, H7375 [24JY]

House of Representatives Office of General Counsel aggregate amount expended on outside counsel or other experts, H5823 [15JY]

Pay-as-you-go scorecard, S4561 [26JN]

Senate authorizing committees enacted direct spending above or below budget resolutions, S1535 [27FE], S2376 [10AP], S3045 [22MY], S4559 [26JN]

Spending authority for House authorizing committees, H3446 [3MY]

Texts of

H. Con. Res. 21, correction in enrollment of S. 47, Natural Resources Management Act, H2219 [26FE]

H. Con. Res. 45, correction in enrollment of H.R. 2157, disaster relief supplemental appropriations, H4206 [3JN]

H. Res. 5, consideration of H. Res. 6, House Rules adoption and amendment, H.R. 21, continuing appropriations, and H.J. Res. 1, Dept. of Homeland Security continuing appropriations, H8 [3JA]

H. Res. 28, consideration of H.R. 264, financial services and general Government appropriations, H302 [9JA]

H. Res. 28, consideration of H.R. 265, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies programs appropriations, H302 [9JA]

H. Res. 28, consideration of H.R. 266, Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies appropriations, H302 [9JA]

H. Res. 28, consideration of H.R. 267, Depts. of Transportation and HUD and related agencies appropriations, H302 [9JA]

H. Res. 43, consideration of H.R. 268, disaster relief supplemental appropriations, H618 [16JA]

H. Res. 52, consideration of H.J. Res. 28, continuing appropriations, H683 [17JA]

H. Res. 61, consideration of H.R. 648, consolidated appropriations and H.J. Res. 31, Dept. of Homeland Security continuing appropriations, H1012 [23JA]

H. Res. 79, express that Government shutdowns are detrimental to the Nation and should not occur, H1307 [30JA]

H. Res. 86, Committee on the Climate Crisis (House, Select) and Committee on the Modernization of Congress (House, Select) expenditures, H1418 [7FE]

H. Res. 105, adoption of H. Res. 86, Committee on the Climate Crisis (House, Select) and Committee on the Modernization of Congress (House, Select) expenditures, H1399 [7FE]

H. Res. 122, same-day consideration of resolutions allowing consideration of certain legislation, H1533 [13FE]

H. Res. 131, consideration of conference report on H.J. Res. 31, consolidated appropriations, H2008 [14FE]

H. Res. 144, consideration of H.J. Res. 46, terminate President Trump’s declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, H2112 [26FE]

H. Res. 245, committees of the House expenditures, H2875 [27MR]

H. Res. 281, consideration of H.R. 1585, Violence Against Women Act reauthorization, H2993 [3AP]

H. Res. 293, budget enforcement and advance appropriations limitation, H3185 [9AP]

H. Res. 294, adoption of H. Res. 293, budget enforcement and advance appropriations limitation, H3141 [9AP]

H. Res. 294, consideration of H.R. 1644, Save the Internet Act and H.R. 2021, Investing for the People Act, H3141 [9AP]

H. Res. 329, consideration of H.R. 9, Climate Action Now Act, H3351 [1MY]

H. Res. 357, consideration of H.R. 986, Protecting Americans With Preexisting Conditions Act and H.R. 2157, disaster relief supplemental appropriations, H3510 [9MY]

H. Res. 377, consideration of H.R. 5, Equality Act, H.R. 312, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Reservation Reaffirmation Act, and H.R. 987, Strengthening Health Care and Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Act, H3801 [15MY]

H. Res. 389, consideration of motions to suspend House Rules and consider certain legislation, H4024 [21MY]

H. Res. 389, same-day consideration of resolutions allowing consideration of certain legislation, H4024 [21MY]

H. Res. 431, consideration of H.R. 2740, Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development appropriations, H4402 [11JN]

H. Res. 436, consideration of H.R. 2740, Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development appropriations, H4445 [12JN]

H. Res. 445, consideration of H.R. 2740, Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development appropriations, H4779 [19JN]

H. Res. 445, consideration of H.R. 3055, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, HUD, and VA, FDA, EPA, science, and military construction appropriations, H4779 [19JN]

H. Res. 460, consideration of H.R. 2722, Securing America’s Federal Elections (SAFE) Act and H.R. 3351, financial services and general Government appropriations, H5091 [25JN]

H. Res. 462, consideration of H.R. 3401, Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act, H5139 [25JN]

H. Res. 466, consideration of Senate amendment to H.R. 3401, Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act, H5223, H5241 [27JN]

H. Res. 476, consideration of H.R. 1327, Never Forget the Heroes—Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act, H5314 [10JY]

H. Res. 476, consideration of H.R. 2500, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction, H5314 [10JY]

H. Res. 491, consideration of H.R. 3494, intelligence services appropriations, H5835 [16JY]

H. Res. 519, consideration of H.R. 3877, Bipartisan Budget Act, H7390 [25JY]

H.J. Res. 1, Dept. of Homeland Security continuing appropriations, H190 [3JA]

H.J. Res. 27, continuing appropriations, H556 [15JA]

H.J. Res. 28, continuing appropriations, H689 [17JA]

H.J. Res. 31, Dept. of Homeland Security continuing appropriations, H1176 [24JA]

H.J. Res. 46, terminate President Trump’s declared national emergency to obtain funding for construction of a continuous wall or fence along southern U.S. border, H2130 [26FE]

H.R. 9, Climate Action Now Act, H3381 [1MY]

H.R. 21, continuing appropriations, H32–H155 [3JA]

H.R. 36, Combating Sexual Harassment in Science Act, H7173–H7175 [23JY]

H.R. 91, Columbia River In-Lieu and Treaty Fishing Access Sites Improvement Act, H3290 [29AP]

H.R. 251, Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program Extension Act, H266 [8JA]

H.R. 259, Medicaid Extenders Act, H235 [8JA]

H.R. 264, financial services and general Government appropriations, H312–H331 [9JA]

H.R. 265, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies programs appropriations, H376–H388 [10JA]

H.R. 266, Dept. of the Interior, environment, and related agencies appropriations, H469–H487 [11JA]

H.R. 267, Depts. of Transportation and HUD and related agencies appropriations, H398–H420 [10JA]

H.R. 268, disaster relief supplemental appropriations, H639–H646 [16JA]

H.R. 269, Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act, H237–H262 [8JA]

H.R. 430, TANF Extension Act, H531 [14JA]

H.R. 494, Dept. of Justice Juvenile Accountability Block Grants program reauthorization, H1403 [7FE]

H.R. 501, Poison Center Network Enhancement Act, H2052 [25FE]

H.R. 648, consolidated appropriations, H1024–H1150 [23JA]

H.R. 776, Dept. of HHS Emergency Medical Services for Children Program reauthorization, H7364 [24JY]

H.R. 987, Strengthening Health Care and Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Act, H3868–H3873 [16MY]

H.R. 1058, Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education, and Support (Autism CARES) Act, H7303 [24JY]

H.R. 1327, Never Forget The Heroes—Permanent Authorization Of The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act, H5743 [12JY]

H.R. 1837, U.S.-Israel Cooperation Enhancement and Regional Security Act, H7188–H7193 [23JY]

H.R. 1947, Federal agency transfer of funds to Dept. of Veterans Affairs for nonprofit corporations established to fund research and education at medical centers exemption from certain Economy Act provisions, H4048 [21MY]

H.R. 2035, Dept. of HHS Administration on Aging Lifespan Respite Care Program reauthorization, H7308 [24JY]

H.R. 2083, Homeland Procurement Reform (HOPR) Act, H4370 [10JN]

H.R. 2157, disaster relief supplemental appropriations, H3691–H3699 [10MY], H4184–H4192 [3JN]

H.R. 2379, Dept. of Justice Bulletproof Vest Partnership reauthorization, H3751 [14MY]

H.R. 2397, American Manufacturing Leadership Act, H7168–H7170 [23JY]

H.R. 2476, Securing American Nonprofit Organizations Against Terrorism Act, H4365 [10JN]

H.R. 2480, Stronger Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, H3978–H3988 [20MY]

H.R. 2500, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction, H5351–H5533 [10JY]

H.R. 2740, Depts. of Labor, HHS, Education, Defense, and State, foreign operations, and energy and water development appropriations, H4461–H4530 [12JN]

H.R. 2940, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program extension, H4195 [3JN]

H.R. 3055, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, Agriculture, Interior, Transportation, HUD, and VA, FDA, EPA, science, and military construction appropriations, H4804–H4877 [19JN]

H.R. 3351, financial services and general Government appropriations, H5110–H5130 [25JN]

H.R. 3352, Dept. of State authorities provision, H7412–H7434 [25JY]

H.R. 3401, Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act, H5147–H5150 [25JN]

H.R. 3409, Coast Guard appropriations, H7263–H7284 [24JY]

H.R. 3494, intelligence services appropriations, H5861–H5887 [16JY]

H.R. 3877, Bipartisan Budget Act, H7398–H7401 [25JY]

S. 1, Strengthening America’s Security in the Middle East Act, S852–S857 [5FE]

S. 21, Coast Guard continuing appropriations, S27 [4JA]

S. 24, Government Employee Fair Treatment Act, S133 [10JA], H498 [11JA]

S. 44, Balanced Budget Accountability Act, S69 [8JA]

S. 47, Natural Resources Management Act, S1196–S1265 [12FE], H2142–H2211 [26FE]

S. 50, Columbia River In-Lieu and Treaty Fishing Access Sites Improvement Act, S4649 [27JN]

S. 257, Tribal HUD-VASH Act, S4662 [27JN]

S. 729, prohibit funding for Federal agencies and departments to establish panel, task force, advisory committee, or other efforts to challenge scientific consensus on climate change, S1743 [7MR]

S. 820, Dept. of Justice DNA Backlog Reduction Program reauthorization, S2947 [16MY]

S. 1017, Supporting America’s Caregivers and Families Act, S2242 [3AP]

S. 1199, Poison Center Network Enhancement Act, S4969 [22JY]

S. 1231, Dept. of Justice Bulletproof Vest Partnership reauthorization, S2837 [14MY]

S. 1249, American Innovation Act, S2520 [30AP]

S. 1250, American Cures Act, S2521 [30AP]

S. 1379, Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act, S2930–S2946 [16MY], H4245–H4262 [4JN]

S. 1734, Flood Prevention Act, S3258 [5JN]

S. 1790, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction, S4202–S4451 [24JN]

S. Con. Res. 4, corrections in enrollment of H.J. Res. 4, consolidated appropriations, S1391 [14FE], H2024 [14FE]

S. Con. Res. 11, setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2029, S2122–S2127 [1AP]

S. Con. Res. 12, setting forth the Federal budget for 2020–2024, S2127–S2135 [1AP]

S. Res. 40, Committee on Finance (Senate) expenditures, S869 [5FE]

S. Res. 41, Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) expenditures, S869 [5FE]

S. Res. 42, Committee on Armed Services (Senate) expenditures, S870 [5FE]

S. Res. 45, Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (Senate) expenditures, S871 [5FE]

S. Res. 46, Committee on Environment and Public Works (Senate) expenditures, S871 [5FE]

S. Res. 47, Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs (Senate) expenditures, S922 [6FE]

S. Res. 48, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation (Senate) expenditures, S922 [6FE]

S. Res. 49, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (Senate) expenditures, S923 [6FE]

S. Res. 51, Committee on Intelligence (Senate, Select) expenditures, S924 [6FE]

S. Res. 52, Committee on Indian Affairs (Senate) expenditures, S924 [6FE]

S. Res. 54, Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry (Senate) expenditures, S1138 [7FE]

S. Res. 55, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (Senate) expenditures, S1139 [7FE]

S. Res. 56, Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate) expenditures, S1139 [7FE]

S. Res. 57, Committee on the Judiciary (Senate) expenditures, S1139 [7FE]

S. Res. 58, Committee on Aging (Senate, Special) expenditures, S1140 [7FE]

S. Res. 60, Committee on the Budget (Senate) expenditures, S1142 [7FE]

S. Res. 62, Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship (Senate) expenditures, S1167 [11FE]

S. Res. 64, Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (Senate) expenditures, S1168 [11FE]

S. Res. 66, express that Government shutdowns are detrimental to the Nation and should not occur, S1169 [11FE]

S. Res. 70, committees of the Senate expenditures, S1329–S1335 [13FE]

S. Res. 78, recognize the national debt as a threat to national security and commit to restoring regular order in appropriations process and addressing the fiscal crisis, S1494 [26FE]

S. Res. 110, prohibit Federal funding to train or arm school personnel with firearms, S1906 [14MR]

S. Res. 171, expend all appropriated bilateral assistance to the West Bank and Gaza, S2445 [11AP]

S. Res. 287, Make Rules Matter Act, S5147 [29JY]

S. Res. 288, ensure long-term solvency of Dept. of Transportation Highway Trust Fund through user fees and require Federal highway spending that exceeds Highway Trust Fund revenues and balances to be offset, S5147 [29JY]

Transcripts

PBS News Hour—Why Many Stores Can’t Accept Food Stamps During the Shutdown: NewsHour Productions LLC, H1022 [23JA]