Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011
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|#10||Version 1||Conyers (MI), Duncan (SC), Cohen (TN), Clarke (NY), Jones (NC), Farr (CA), Grijalva, Raul (AZ), Honda (CA), Kucinich (OH), Lee, Barbara (CA), McClintock (CA), McGovern (MA), Woolsey (CA), Welch (VT), Tonko (NY), Stark (CA), Miller, Gary (CA)||Democrat||Would state that no funds in the Act may be used to deploy, establish, or maintain the presence of Members of the Armed Forces or private security contractors on the ground in Libya for the purposes of engaging in ground combat operations. Cosponsors: Clarke (NY), Cohen, Duncan, Jones, Farr, Grijalva, Honda, Kucinich, Lee, McClintock, McGovern, Miller (CA), Stark, Tonko, Welch, Woolsey||Submitted|
|#8||Version 1||Green, Al (TX)||Democrat||Would increase funding for HUD Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Vouchers by $25 million.||Submitted|
|#9||Version 1||Green, Al (TX)||Democrat||Would increase funding for Housing Counseling Assistance by $88 million.||Submitted|
|#7||Version 2||Kucinich (OH), Jones (NC), Woolsey (CA), Stark (CA), McClintock (CA), Paul (TX)||Democrat||Revised Would prohibit funds made available by this legislation from being used for U.S. military operations in Libya.||Submitted|
|#5||Version 1||Lee, Barbara (CA), Scott, Bobby (VA)||Democrat||Would extend unemployment compensation to individuals by adding an additional 14 weeks of benefits to the existing Tier I of the Federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation Program, the temporary federal program first created in 2008 as a response to the recession.||Submitted|
|#6||Version 1||Lee, Barbara (CA)||Democrat||Would end combat operations in Afghanistan and limit funding to the safe and orderly redeployment of all U.S. troops and military contractors.||Submitted|
|#1||Version 1||Norton (DC)||Democrat||Would redirect the District of Columbia private school voucher funding authorized in Division C to District of Columbia public schools and District of Columbia public charter schools.||Submitted|
|#2||Version 1||Norton (DC)||Democrat||Would permit the District of Columbia government to spend its local taxpayer-raised funds on abortions for low-income women.||Submitted|
|#3||Version 1||Norton (DC)||Democrat||Would restore the provisions governing the D.C. voucher program in fiscal year 2010 and would redirect the increase in the fiscal year 2011 D.C. voucher program funding to D.C. public charter schools.||Submitted|
|#4||Version 1||Polis (CO)||Democrat||The amendment would reduce the amount of troops permanently stationed in Europe from 80,000 to 35,000 and would cut end-strength levels by 7,500.||Submitted|
|#12||Version 1||Polis (CO)||Democrat||The Amendment strikes all funding for the Office of National Drug Control Policy, commonly known as the Drug Czar.||Submitted|
|#11||Version 1||Sablan (MP)||Democrat||The proposed technical correction simply adds the Northern Marianas to the rest of the United States and Territories in the definition section of the State Trade and Export program. STEP was established in the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 (P.L.111-240) to increase the number of U.S. small businesses that are exporting and increase the value of exports by those small businesses; and inclusion of the Northern Marianas adds no cost, while supporting the goal of job creation.||Submitted|
Rule Information for H.R. 1473
REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE of 8-3 on Tuesday, April 12, 2011.
FLOOR ACTION FOR H.RES. 218:
Adopted by record vote of 241-179, after agreeing to the previous question by a record vote of 242-183, on Wednesday, April 13, 2011.
1. Provides for consideration of H.R. 1473 under a closed rule.
2. Provides one hour of debate on H.R. 1473 to be equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Appropriations.
3. Waives all points of order against consideration of H.R. 1473.
4. Provides that H.R. 1473 shall be considered as read.
5. Provides that all points of order against provisions in H.R. 1473 are waived.
6. Provides one motion to recommit H.R. 1473.
7. Provides that if H.R. 1473 is passed by the House, it shall be in order to separately consider H. Con. Res. 35 and H. Con. Res. 36, each under a closed rule.
8. Provides twenty minutes of debate on H. Con. Res 35, and twenty minutes of debate on H. Con Res. 36, to be equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Appropriations.
9. Waives all points of order against consideration of H. Con. Res. 35 and H. Con. Res 36.
10. Provides that H. Con. Res. 35 and H. Con Res. 36 shall be considered as read.
11. Provides that if the House receives a message from the Senate transmitting its passage of H.R. 1473 without amendment, then the Clerk shall not certify an enrollment of the bill until notified by the Speaker or by message from the Senate that the Senate has taken the question on adoption of H. Con. Res. 35 and H. Con. Res. 36 if previously adopted by the House.