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H.R. 152 - Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of 2013

Bill Text

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    Disaster Relief Appropriations Act, 2013

            ::Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute offered by Mr. Rogers of Kentucky to H.R. 152 [PDF][XML]

    —Summary of Mr. Roger's Amendment [PDF]

            ::  REVISED Amendment offered by Mr. Frelinghuysen of New Jersey to 
                H.R. 152, revised. [PDF][XML Revision reflects changes ONLY to this amendment's                 amendory language.  The text of the amendment has not changed; redrafts to submitted               amendments are not necessary.

    —Summary of Mr. Frelinghuysen's Amendment [PDF]
          **PLEASE NOTE:  Members may draft amendments to the amemdment offered by 
            Chairman Rogers (R-KY) or the amendment offered by Rep. Frelinghuysen (R-NJ)

Rule Information

COMMITTEE ACTION:
REPORTED BY VOICE VOTE on Monday, January 14, 2013.

FLOOR ACTION ON H. RES. 23: 
Adopted by record vote of 367-52, after agreeing to the previous question of 293-127, on Tuesday, January 15, 2013.  

MANAGERS: Cole/Slaughter

1. Structured rule.

2. Provides one hour of general debate 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 the bill.

4. Provides that the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in part A of the Rules Committee report shall be considered as an original bill for the purpose of amendment and shall be considered as read.

5. Waives all points of order against the amendment in the nature of a substitute.

6. Makes in order only the amendment printed in part B of the report to the amendment in the nature of a substitute.

7. Waives all points of order against the amendment printed in part B.

8. Provides that after the disposition of the amendment printed in part B, the Chair shall put the question on the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in part A.

9. Provides that if the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in part A is not adopted, the Committee of the Whole shall rise and report that it has come to no resolution on the bill. If the amendment in the nature of a substitute is adopted, the amendment in the nature of a substitute shall be considered as the original bill for the purpose of further amendment.

10. Makes in order only those further amendments printed in part C of the report.

11. Provides that at the conclusion of consideration of the amendments printed in part C, the Committee shall rise and report the bill to the House with such amendments as may have been adopted. Any Member may demand a separate vote in the House on any amendment adopted in the Committee of the Whole to the bill, to the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in part A, or to amendment number 1 printed in part C.

12. Provides that each such amendment printed in part B and part C of the report may be offered only in the order printed in the report, may be offered only by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, shall not be subject to amendment (except as specified in the report), and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.

13. Provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions.

14. Directs the Clerk to, int he engrossment of H.R. 152, add the text of H.R. 219, as passed by the House, as a new matter at the end of H.R. 152; conform the title of H.R. 152 to reflect the addition of the text of H.R. 219, as passed by the House, to the engrossment; assign appropriate designations to provisions within the engrossment; and conform cross-references and provisions for short titles within the engrossment.

Amendments

#Version #Sponsor(s)PartySummaryStatus
30Version 1Benishek (MI)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes the proviso on line 20, restoring the requirement that local investments are required in Historic Preservation Grants.Made In Order
15Version 2Bishop, Rob (UT)RepublicanRevised Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Prohibits the Secretaries of the Interior or Agriculture from acquiring any more federal land using funds provided under this emergency supplemental appropriations bill for Hurricane Sandy relief.Made In Order
71Version 1Bishop, Tim (NY)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Clarifies that fishery disaster funding is for declared fishery disasters as a result of Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
78Version 2Brooks (AL)RepublicanRevised Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Offsets the cost of the bill by zeroing out all foreign aid and assistance except for Israel and Pakistan.Submitted
79Version 1Brooks (AL)RepublicanRevised Amendment to ROGERS: Offsets the cost of the bill by zeroing out all foreign aid and assistance except for Israel and Pakistan.Submitted
7Version 1Broun (GA)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Strikes $19,500,000 in funding for a study to address future flood risks.Submitted
8Version 1Broun (GA)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Strikes the section regarding oil spill research. Submitted
9Version 1Broun (GA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes $25,000,000 in funding to “improve weather forecasting and hurricane intensity forecasting capabilities,” among other things. Submitted
10Version 1Broun (GA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes $50,000,000 in funding for “laboratories and cooperative institutes and research activities associated with sustained weather research programs, and ocean and coastal research.” Submitted
11Version 1Broun (GA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes $8,500,000 in funding for “improvements to weather forecasting equipment and supercomputer infrastructure.” Submitted
12Version 1Broun (GA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes $13,000,000 in funding to “accelerate the National Weather Service ground readiness project.” Made In Order
13Version 1Broun (GA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes $111,000,000 in funding for “a weather satellite data mitigation gap reserve fund.”Submitted
14Version 1Broun (GA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes $86,000,000 in funding to “advance capital projects that address Northeast Corridor infrastructure recovery and resiliency in the affected areas.”Submitted
29Version 1Campbell (CA), Blumenauer (OR)Bi-PartisanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Clarifies that Corps of Engineers construction projects receiving funds in this legislation will be at full Federal expense only with respect to the funds provided by this legislation.Made In Order
45Version 1Capps (CA), Blumenauer (OR)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Clarifies that long-term recovery includes mitigation of future losses.Submitted
46Version 1Capps (CA), Blumenauer (OR)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Clarifies that long-term recovery includes mitigation of future losses. Submitted
36Version 1Cassidy (LA), Richmond (LA)Bi-PartisanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Inserts the provisions of the 2012 Senate-passed bill (H.R. 1) regarding Hurricane Isaac and the Army Corps of Engineers.Submitted
37Version 1Cassidy (LA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Streamlines the appeal process for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).Submitted
34Version 1Connolly (VA)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Ensures that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) implements the recommendations contained in the FCC’s January 2013 Report of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, “Impact of the June 2012 Derecho on Communications Networks and Services,” to enhance the reliability and resiliency of 9-1-1 service following a major disaster.Submitted
35Version 1Connolly (VA)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Ensures that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) implements the recommendations contained in the FCC’s January 2013 Report of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, “Impact of the June 2012 Derecho on Communications Networks and Services,” to enhance the reliability and resiliency of 9-1-1 service following a major disaster.Submitted
93Version 1Cramer, Kevin (ND)RepublicanLate Amendment to ROGERS: Provides authority for the FEMA Administrator to allow a State or local government to construct a levee on land purchased through the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) - land that would otherwise be preserved as open space.Submitted
94Version 1Cramer, Kevin (ND)RepublicanLate Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Allows a State or local government to construct a levee on land purchased through the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) - land that would otherwise be preserved as open space. Submitted
81Version 1DeLauro (CT), Larson, John (CT), Himes (CT), Courtney (CT), Esty, Elizabeth (CT), Cicilline (RI), Langevin (RI)DemocratLate Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Establishes a minimum allocation of provided funding for the Community Development Block Grant program for each eligible State declared a major disaster due to Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
82Version 1DeLauro (CT), Lee, Barbara (CA)DemocratLate Amendment to ROGERS: Strikes an appropriation prohibition that effectively prevents the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) from conducting research or statistical analysis related to gun violence. Strikes an appropriation prohibition that prevents the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) from disclosing firearm trace data and multiple handgun sales reports data for any purpose other than supporting ATF enforcement of the Gun Control Act and other law enforcement efforts. Submitted
83Version 1DeLauro (CT), Larson, John (CT), Himes (CT), Courtney (CT), Esty, Elizabeth (CT), Cicilline (RI), Langevin (RI)DemocratLate Amendment to ROGERS: Establishes a minimum allocation of provided funding for the Community Development Block Grant program for each eligible State declared a major disaster due to Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
89Version 1Dent (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA)RepublicanLate Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Ensures proper assistance is provided for emergency work under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act to areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
90Version 1Dent (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA)RepublicanLate Amendment to ROGERS: Ensures proper assistance is provided for emergency work under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act to areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
76Version 1Diaz-Balart, Mario (FL)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Incentivizes states to have and enforce statewide building codes, including fortified construction standards by increasing by 5% the hazard mitigation grants states receive following a federally declared disaster if the state adopts and enforces these codes. Applies only to states impacted by Hurricane Sandy and states would have two years to update their building codes from the date of enactment.Submitted
92Version 1Diaz-Balart, Mario (FL)RepublicanLate Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Provides a tax credit to an eligible contractor who uses resilient construction techniques to rebuild and retrofit homes and businesses following a federally declared disaster area. Applies only to declared disaster areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
3Version 1Duncan (SC)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strips out the extra $1M for Legal Services Corporation (LSC) and replaces that with a limitation against funding for LSC.Made In Order
49Version 1Fleming (LA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Cuts $9,800,000 from the Fish & Wildlife Service for rebuilding seawalls and buildings on uninhabited islands in the Steward McKinney National Wildlife Refuge in Connecticut.Made In Order
50Version 1Fleming (LA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Cuts $4,200,000 from the US Fish & Wildlife Service for installing new water control equipment on two islands in North Carolina that were not damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
51Version 1Fleming (LA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Cuts $3,000,000 from the US Fish & Wildlife Service for relocating undamaged roads in wildlife refuges.Submitted
91Version 1Fleming (LA)RepublicanLate Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Cuts $1,550,000 from the US Fish & Wildlife Service for the National Conservation Training Center in WV.Submitted
63Version 1Flores (TX)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes $150,000,000 for Regional Ocean Partnership grants.Made In Order
2Version 2Frelinghuysen (NJ)RepublicanRevised Provides an additional $33.677 billion in total spending to cover current and anticipated needs in the wake of the devastating Hurricane Sandy. This funding is in addition to the amendment submitted by Chairman Rogers (R-KY). Made In Order
65Version 1Garamendi (CA)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Requires the Comptroller General to conduct a study analyzing the challenges faced by agricultural areas and rural communities designated as areas having special flood hazards for the purposes of the national flood insurance program.Submitted
66Version 1Garamendi (CA)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Establishes a task force to conduct a study to analyze the challenges faced by agricultural areas and rural communities with special flood hazards. Requires the task force, within one year, to generate a report with any recommended changes to the national flood insurance program to strengthen the economic viability and vitality of agricultural areas and rural communities.Submitted
73Version 2Gardner (CO), Polis (CO), Lamborn (CO), Tipton (CO), Perlmutter (CO)Bi-PartisanRevised Amendment to ROGERS: Provides $125,000,000 for the Emergency Watershed Protection Program for watershed restoration and to protect infrastructure to any area designated as a major disaster declared pursuant to the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. Submitted
16Version 1Gosar (AZ)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Suspends Davis Bacon requirements for all projects authorized under this bill. Submitted
17Version 1Gosar (AZ)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Suspends Davis Bacon requirements for all projects authorized under this bill. Submitted
68Version 1Holt (NJ)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Lifts the statutory cap on the amount of Community Development Block Grant funds that can be used for the non-federal component of Army Corps project funding.Submitted
77Version 1Holt (NJ), Blumenauer (OR)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Requires that all projects and activities funded by this legislation shall use the base available flood hazard data to determine whether they occur in a floodplain and if so, that they be designed and built using FEMA’s best available flood hazard data. Submitted
60Version 2Huelskamp (KS)RepublicanRevised Amendment to ROGERS: ensure no money under this bill is spent in violation of the Second Amendment rights guaranteed by Section 706 of the Stafford Act.Submitted
61Version 1Huelskamp (KS)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Requires FEMA to disclose all disaster relief grants, not just those over $1 million.Made In Order
86Version 1Huelskamp (KS)RepublicanLate Amendment to ROGERS: Prohibits funds in this act from being used to restrict the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens. Submitted
25Version 1Israel (NY), Meng, Grace (NY)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Includes Housing Cooperatives (co-ops)among the entities eligible to apply for assistance through FEMA’s Individuals and Households Program (IHP).Submitted
74Version 1Issa (CA)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Requires funds allocated to the Small Business Administration Disaster Loans Program Account, Federal Railroad Administration Operating Subsidy Grants to the National Railroad Passenger Corporation, Federal Transit Administration Public Transportation Emergency Relief Program, and HUD Community Development Fund are obligated by the end of Fiscal Year 2014.Submitted
44Version 1Keating (MA), Young, Don (AK), Markey, Edward (MA), Tierney (MA), McGovern (MA), Kennedy, Joseph (MA), Pingree (ME)Bi-PartisanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Includes offset funding for states issued a fisheries disaster declaration by the Department of Commerce in 2012.Submitted
84Version 1King, Steve (IA)RepublicanLate Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Suspends the Davis-Bacon wage requirements for projects funded under this title.Submitted
87Version 1King, Steve (IA)RepublicanLate Amendment to ROGERS: Suspends the Davis-Bacon wage requirements for projects funded by the Act.Submitted
18Version 1Langevin (RI), DeLauro (CT), Cicilline (RI)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Strikes the language which makes only New York and New Jersey eligible to receive EPA State and Tribal Assistance Grants. Inserts the Senate-passed language to ensure that all states which received a disaster declaration due to Hurricane Sandy receive State and Tribal Assistance Grants and waives cost share requirements for such grants.Submitted
80Version 1Larsen, Rick (WA), Huffman, Jared (CA), Bordallo (GU), DelBene (WA)DemocratLate Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Provides NOAA discretion in marine debris cleanup.Submitted
75Version 1Maloney, Sean (NY)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Requires Congress to act on disaster relief funding within 1 week of a federal disaster declaration.Submitted
24Version 1Markey, Edward (MA), Keating (MA), Langevin (RI), Kennedy, Joseph (MA), McGovern (MA), Tierney (MA), Pingree (ME), Cicilline (RI)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Increases emergency funding for declared fishery disasters, to match the level of funding approved by the Senate last month.Submitted
38Version 1Matsui (CA)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Authorizes limited pending flood risk reduction projects, provided the projects have a completed Army Corps of Engineers Chief’s Reports that have been transmitted to Congress by the Secretary of the Army.Submitted
19Version 1McClintock (CA)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Eliminates the funding for the Community Development Fund ($3.85 billion).Submitted
20Version 1McClintock (CA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Eliminates the funding for the Community Development Fund ($16 billion).Submitted
21Version 1McClintock (CA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Eliminates the funding for the Federal Highway Administration ($2.022 billion).Submitted
22Version 1McClintock (CA)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Reduces funding levels to that required for outlay in FY2013 only. Submitted
23Version 1McClintock (CA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Reduces funding levels to that required for outlay in FY2013 only. Submitted
26Version 2McKinley (WV)RepublicanRevised Amendment to ROGERS: This amendment limits the funds made available in this legislation to be used solely by the United States. No other country may use the funds made available in this legislation.Submitted
72Version 1Meng, Grace (NY), Jeffries, Hakeem (NY)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Provides that houses of worship are treated in the same fashion as other private nonprofit facilities when receiving FEMA aid in relation to Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
64Version 2Miller, George (CA)DemocratRevised Amendment to ROGERS: Directs up to $20 million from the Social Services Block Grant for need-based subgrants to local school districts for activities authorized by the McKinney-Vento Act, including transportation, to support the educational stability and success of children displaced by Superstorm Sandy.Submitted
67Version 2Miller, George (CA)DemocratRevised Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Directs up to $20 million from the Social Services Block Grant for need-based subgrants to local school districts for activities authorized by the McKinney-Vento Act, including transportation, to support the educational stability and success of children displaced by Superstorm Sandy.Submitted
4Version 1Mulvaney (SC), McClintock (CA), Duncan (SC), Lummis (WY)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Provides an offset of the $17 billion in emergency funding to address immediate needs for victims and communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. The offset is achieved by an across the board cut of 1.63 percent to all discretionary appropriations for fiscal year 2013.Made In Order
5Version 1Mulvaney (SC), Scalise (LA), McClintock (CA)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Provides an offset of the $17 billion in emergency funding to address immediate needs for victims and communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. The offset is achieved by: 1) ending transit subsidies for federal employees; 2) eliminating the Agriculture Direct Payment Program; and 3) prohibiting any further obligations from TARP.Submitted
6Version 1Mulvaney (SC), Garrett (NJ), McClintock (CA)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Provides greater accountability to the expenditure of funds to address immediate needs for victims and communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. Requires periodic reports from federal agencies and state executives that identify the amount of funds requested and received, how such funds were used, and a certification that funds were used in accordance with this Act. Requires a GAO audit of the federal spending, specifically identifying causes of miscalculations in cost estimates and whether the funds were used in accordance with the Act.Submitted
32Version 1Pallone (NJ)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Increases fisheries disaster funding by $45,000,000.Submitted
28Version 1Pascrell (NJ)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Eliminates the cap on the States’ abilities to provide additional subsidization in the form of grants or principal forgiveness to communities receiving a loan from the State Revolving Fund program. Provides States with as much discretion and flexibility as possible to help struggling communities afford installing preventative measures at water and wastewater treatment plants.Submitted
43Version 2Pearce (NM)RepublicanRevised Amendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Provides disaster relief to fire damaged areas across the United States and provides funding to reduce the risk of future wildfires. Submitted
39Version 1Posey (FL)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Offsets the grant of relief funds to any individual or entity by the amount of any seriously delinquent tax debt or any non-tax debt owed the federal government.Submitted
40Version 1Posey (FL)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Prohibits the distribution of relief funds to deceased persons.Submitted
41Version 1Posey (FL)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Establishes a cost recovery provision whereby the value of relief funds provided to homeowners for repairs shall be recovered from the net proceeds, if any, from the sale of said property.Submitted
42Version 1Posey (FL)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Limits relief funds to those made pursuant to a cost recovery provision whereby the value of relief funds provided to homeowners for repairs shall be recovered from the net proceeds, if any, from the sale of said property.Submitted
88Version 1Posey (FL)RepublicanLate Amendment to ROGERS: Provides that no funds made available by this Act may be expended for any disaster relief that does not directly address the consequences of Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
47Version 1Price, Tom (GA)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Treats spending in this bill as non supplemental spending and subject to the discretionary spending cap of the Budget Control Act.Submitted
1Version 1Rogers, Harold (KY)RepublicanSUBSTITUTE Provides $17 billion in emergency funding to address immediate needs for victims and communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. Made In Order
69Version 1Rokita (IN)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Provides an across-the-board cut of 3.2 percent to nondefense discretionary programs.Submitted
70Version 1Rokita (IN), McClintock (CA)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Provides an across-the-board cut of 6.24 percent to nondefense discretionary programs.Submitted
31Version 1Runyan (NJ)RepublicanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Clarifies that the fisheries disaster money in the Frelinghuysen amendment is intended for states that were BOTH impacted by Hurricane Sandy and suffered a fisheries disaster in 2012.Made In Order
27Version 1Schweikert (AZ)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Instructs the Treasury to conduct a study of interest in the potential issuance of 70-99 year Government bonds. Depending on market interest, Treasury is instructed to issue such long duration bonds as appropriate depending on the findings of the market study.Submitted
85Version 1Smith, Christopher (NJ)RepublicanLate Amendment to ROGERS: Ensures houses of worship that were damaged during Hurricane Sandy are eligible for federal assistance. Submitted
62Version 1Thornberry (TX)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Requires OMB to submit a report to Congress not later than September 30, 2017, listing the amount of funds made available under this Act that remain unobligated. Submitted
48Version 1Tierney (MA), Keating (MA), Markey, Edward (MA), Young, Don (AK), Pingree (ME), Courtney (CT), Kennedy, Joseph (MA), McGovern (MA), Shea-Porter, Carol (NH)Bi-PartisanAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Increases funding for fisheries disaster assistance by $145 million, the level approved by the Senate, and reduces Commerce/NOAA funding that is not specified for Hurricane Sandy relief.Submitted
52Version 1Velzquez (NY)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Makes funds available for elimination of conditions which are detrimental to health that were caused by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
53Version 1Velzquez (NY)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Ensures that the funding in this legislation is directed to the reconstruction or rehabilitation of public housing buildings that were severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
54Version 3Velzquez (NY)DemocratRevised Amendment to Frelinghuysen: Increases the funding to the National Cemetery Administration by $1 million for the purposes of repairing veterans’ cemeteries damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Made In Order
55Version 1Velzquez (NY)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Ensures that the funding in this legislation is directed to repair and renovate the Veterans Affairs’ Medical Center in Manhattan, New York, which was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
56Version 2Velzquez (NY)DemocratRevised Amendment to Frelinghuysen: Increases the Community Development Fund appropriation amount by $25 million offset by reductions elsewhere in the bill. Made In Order
57Version 1Velzquez (NY)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Ensures that any State or local government entities receiving CDBG funding for long-term disaster relief efforts are addressing the repair and rehabilitation needs of public housing buildings and units damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Submitted
58Version 1Velzquez (NY)DemocratAmendment to ROGERS: Ensures that any State or local government entities receiving CDBG funding for short-term disaster relief efforts are addressing the repair and rehabilitation needs of public housing buildings and units damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
33Version 1Waxman (CA)DemocratAmendment to FRELINGHUYSEN: Requires the Corps of Engineers to consider projected sea level rise attributable to climate change when conducting a comprehensive study to address the flood risks of vulnerable coastal populations in areas that were affected by Hurricane Sandy.Submitted
59Version 1Westmoreland (GA), Mulvaney (SC)RepublicanAmendment to ROGERS: Requires FEMA to detail the specific actions the Administrator plans to take to repay the National Flood Insurance Program debt within 10 years.Submitted