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109th Congress Rept. 109-9
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
1st Session Part 2
JOB TRAINING IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 2005
March 1, 2005.--Ordered to be printed
Mr. Boehner, from the Committee on Education and the Workforce,
submitted the following
[To accompany H.R. 27]
The Committee on Education and the Workforce, to whom was
referred the bill (H.R. 27) to enhance the workforce investment
system of the Nation by strengthening one-stop career centers,
providing for more effective governance arrangements, promoting
access to a more comprehensive array of employment, training,
and related services, establishing a targeted approach to
serving youth, and improving performance accountability, and
for other purposes, having considered the same, reported
favorably thereon with an amendment and recommended that the
bill do pass.
Pursuant to clause 3(a)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the
House of Representatives for the 109th Congress, the Committee
on Education and the Workforce is filing this supplemental
report to correct errors in the report to accompany H.R. 27,
the Job Training Improvement Act of 2005 (H. Rept. 109-9).
The table listing the names of Members voting for and
against for record vote number 3, amendment number 7 contained
an error. On record vote number 3, Mr. Fortuno is incorrectly
shown having voted `no' when he was recorded as having not
voted. The vote totals in the description accompanying the
table were correct.
The corrected vote, along with the description of the
amendment, is printed below for reference:
An amendment to the amendment in the nature of a
substitute by Mr. Owens, to require the Secretary of
Labor to set up an interstate transfer demonstration
program, was not agreed to by a record vote of 12 yeas
and 17 noes.
Record Vote Number 3, amendment number 7:
Representatives Boehner, Petri, McKeon, Souder,
Norwood, Biggert, Keller, Osborne, Wilson (SC), Porter,
Kline, Musgrave, Marchant, Price (GA), Jindal, Drake,
and Kuhl voted ``no''.
Representatives Kildee, Owens, Payne, Andrews, Scott
(VA), Woolsey, Wu, Holt, McCollum, Davis (IL), Bishop
(NY), and Barrow voted ``aye''.