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REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE of 9-4 on Monday, May 16, 2022.
FLOOR ACTION ON H. RES. 1119:
Agreed to by record vote of 220-199, after agreeing to the previous question by record vote of 221-195, on May 17, 2022.
1. Closed rule for H.R. 6531.
2. Provides one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Oversight and Reform or their designees.
3. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.
4. Provides that an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 117-44, modified by the amendment printed in part A of the Rules Committee report, shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.
5. Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.
6. Provides one motion to recommit.
7. Structured rule for H.R. 7309.
8. Provides one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Education and Labor or their designees.
9. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.
10. Provides that an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 117-43, modified by the amendment printed in part B of the Rules Committee report, shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.
11. Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.
12. Provides that following debate, each further amendment printed in part C of the Rules Committee report not earlier considered as part of amendments en bloc pursuant to section 4 shall be considered 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debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, may be withdrawn by the proponent at any time before the question is put thereon, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
13. Section 4 provides that at any time after debate the chair of the Committee on Education and Labor or his designee may offer amendments en bloc consisting of further amendments printed in part C of the Rules Committee report not earlier disposed of. Amendments en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 20 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Education and Labor or their designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
14. Waives all points of order against the amendments printed in part C of the report and amendments en bloc described in section 4 of the resolution.
15. Provides one motion to recommit.
16. Closed rule for S. 2398.
17. Provides one hour of debate equally divided among and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Oversight and Reform and the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their designees.
18. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.
19. Provides that an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 117-45 shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.
20. Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.
21. Provides one motion to commit.
22. Provides that House Resolution 1118 is hereby adopted.
|1||Version 1||Bustos (IL)||Democrat||Withdrawn Creates a grant program through the Department of Labor to support industry partnerships in developing and carrying out training programs for workers who are, or are likely to become, dislocated because of advances in technology, including automation.||Withdrawn|
|2||Version 2||Bustos (IL), Lawrence (MI)||Democrat||Revised Increases funding for National Dislocated Worker Grants and ensure workers who are dislocated by automation are included in WIOA programs. Defines "automation" under WIOA.||Made in Order|
|3||Version 1||Newman (IL), Fitzpatrick (PA), Wild (PA)||Bi-Partisan||Withdrawn Establishes a grant program for eligible partnerships to expand, establish, and implement a Grow Your Own Program to increase specialized instructional support personnel in high-need educational agencies.||Withdrawn|
|4||Version 1||Newman (IL), Bowman (NY)||Democrat||Withdrawn Adds a mental health agency representation to state workforce boards, gives the option for local boards to add a mental health agency representation, and requires local plans to address how they will meet the needs of job seekers who have experienced trauma or other mental health or substance use challenges.||Withdrawn|
|5||Version 1||Smith, Adam (WA)||Democrat||Ensures that meals and other food assistance is provided to participants in youth workforce training activities, as appropriate.||Made in Order|
|6||Version 2||Newman (IL)||Democrat||Revised Strengthens financial literacy and empowerment activities for youth and adults within the workforce system by adding language to allow coordination with entities that provide financial literacy education and empowerment activities. Supports workers' ability to understand relevant tax information and obligations and adds language for financial health factors.||Made in Order|
|7||Version 1||Jacobs, Sara (CA)||Democrat||Enables up to 5 percent of local Title I Adult and Dislocated Worker funds to be used for supportive services without demonstrating that the participants could not obtain supportive services through other programs, so long as the worker is participating in a training program.||Made in Order|
|8||Version 1||Cohen (TN)||Democrat||Ensures that relevant subject matter experts, professionals, and community leaders may be included as members of local workforce development boards.||Made in Order|
|9||Version 2||Blunt Rochester (DE)||Democrat||Revised Provides supports to small businesses in the summer and year-round employment program for youth.||Made in Order|
|10||Version 1||Morelle (NY)||Democrat||Requires the State to distribute funds made available for Adult Education and Family Literacy programs within 30 days after approval of the unified State plan.||Made in Order|
|11||Version 1||Morelle (NY)||Democrat||Allows workforce development funds to be used to raise awareness about the local workforce system and for the marketing of such system.||Made in Order|
|12||Version 1||Miller, Mary (IL)||Republican||Strikes language which defines individuals with barriers to employment who have been historically underserved and marginalized to include "sexual orientation, or gender identity".||Submitted|
|13||Version 1||Miller, Mary (IL)||Republican||Prohibits WIOA funds from being used to reimburse any health care services.||Made in Order|
|14||Version 1||DeLauro (CT)||Democrat||Withdrawn Provides funding to states for the creation or expansion of tuition assistance programs that benefit participants in pre-apprenticeship and Registered Apprenticeship programs.||Withdrawn|
|15||Version 2||Jayapal (WA)||Democrat||Revised Authorizes the Secretary of Labor to conduct a study on the development of career pathways, national training standards, apprenticeship programs, and other workforce development initiatives for domestic workers and how those programs may affect the wages of those workers.||Made in Order|
|16||Version 2||Scanlon (PA)||Democrat||Revised Expands eligibility for summer and year-round employment programs for youth and revises the language to better target youth most in need of services.||Made in Order|
|17||Version 1||Bice (OK), Jacobs, Sara (CA)||Bi-Partisan||Expands the use of funds in three WIOA programs for public private partnerships to create job training programs for in-demand jobs.||Made in Order|
|18||Version 1||Bowman (NY)||Democrat||Strengthens connectivity between K-12 education and local work workforce development boards by adding language for standing committees to support alignment, coordination, and continuity with K-12 education providers.||Made in Order|
|19||Version 1||Bowman (NY)||Democrat||Ensures State Workforce Development Boards include a youth representative in its membership.||Made in Order|
|20||Version 1||Jacobs, Sara (CA)||Democrat||Withdrawn Streamlines the eligibility determination process to allow local boards to delegate enrollment partnerships with training providers whom they have made a training contract, as opposed to requiring participants to first meet with the local one-stop operator in all circumstances.||Withdrawn|
|21||Version 1||Jacobs, Sara (CA)||Democrat||Withdrawn Creates trainee success stipends for people enrolled in eligible training programs who are homeless or displaced.||Withdrawn|
|22||Version 1||McGovern (MA)||Democrat||Authorizes the Secretary of Labor to conduct a study on the integration of individuals with creative skillsets into in-demand industry sectors and occupations.||Made in Order|
|23||Version 1||Jackson Lee (TX)||Democrat||Ensures access for women and girls to STEM education (science, technology, engineering, math).||Made in Order|
|24||Version 1||Jackson Lee (TX), Adams (NC)||Democrat||Directs the Secretary to encourage HBCUs (historically Black colleges and universities), minority-serving institutions, and Tribally Controlled colleges and institutions to apply for assistance under this Act to provide job skills training and educational services, and to prioritize applications for assistance from such entities.||Made in Order|
|25||Version 1||Jackson Lee (TX)||Democrat||Establishes a ‘‘Cybersecurity Job Skills Training and Employment Program’’ to provide cybersecurity job skills training curricula for use by educational institutions, employment preparation, acquisition services for cybersecurity trainees, and establishes mechanisms to monitor and evaluate Program progress.||Submitted|
|26||Version 1||Jackson Lee (TX)||Democrat||Establishes an ‘‘Environmental Job Skills Training and Employment Program’’ that provides job skills training curricula for jobs and careers in industries that benefit the environment, reduce carbon or greenhouse gasses, generate clean energy, and conserve natural resources. The Program also provides employment preparation and acquisition services for trainees in the Program, and establishes mechanisms to monitor and evaluate Program progress.||Submitted|
|27||Version 4||Blunt Rochester (DE), Horsford (NV), Neguse (CO), Demings (FL), Kelly, Robin (IL), Morelle (NY), McBath (GA), Jacobs, Sara (CA), Johnson, Hank (GA), Newman (IL), Manning (NC), Adams (NC), Moore (WI), Cleaver (MO), Barragán (CA), Dean (PA), Kilmer (WA), Larson, John (CT), Evans (PA), Mfume, Kweisi (MD), Bush, Cori (MO), Underwood (IL), Thompson, Mike (CA), Carter, Troy (LA), Davis, Danny K. (IL), Payne, Jr. (NJ), Jeffries (NY), Maloney, Carolyn (NY), Sewell (AL), Lee, Barbara (CA), Velázquez (NY), Norton (DC), Hayes (CT), Pressley (MA), Schneider (IL), Strickland (WA), Case (HI), Casten (IL), McEachin (VA), Tlaib (MI), Matsui (CA), Wilson, Frederica (FL), Clarke, Yvette (NY)||Democrat||Revised Provides grants for year-round job training and workforce programs to support opportunity youth in communities disproportionately affected by gun violence.||Made in Order|
|28||Version 1||Lawrence (MI)||Democrat||Withdrawn Expands resources for workforce development initiatives in industries expected to be disrupted by technology implementation.||Withdrawn|
|29||Version 2||Lawrence (MI)||Democrat||Revised Ensures One-Stop Centers service individuals seeking upskilling to maintain employment.||Made in Order|
|30||Version 3||Kaptur (OH), Kelly, Mike (PA), Dingell (MI), Ryan (OH)||Bi-Partisan||Revised Directs the Secretary of Labor, in coordination with relevant federal agencies, to conduct a study examining auto mechanic workforce shortage issues, and how Federal agencies are adjusting training programs or providing a higher number of apprenticeships to deal with advanced modern technology in automobiles and EVs.||Made in Order|
|31||Version 1||Good (VA)||Republican||Implements E-verify (as described in section 403(a) of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996) for all employers participating in WIOA programs.||Submitted|
|32||Version 1||Good (VA)||Republican||Strikes language from the bill that prevents non-registered apprenticeships from receiving WIOA funding.||Made in Order|
|33||Version 1||Rush (IL), Hudson (NC)||Bi-Partisan||Withdrawn Creates an energy workforce development program to award grants and technical assistance to educational institutions, workforce development boards, and labor organizations. Also creates an grant program to provide stipends for individuals receiving energy-related job training.||Withdrawn|
|34||Version 1||Ross (NC)||Democrat||Withdrawn Adds “entrepreneurs” to the list of “individuals with a barrier to employment.” Including entrepreneurs in the list would assist in making them eligible for the support and training programs that the bill would enact.||Withdrawn|
|35||Version 1||Phillips (MN), Ross (NC), Sherrill (NJ)||Democrat||Includes information on entrepreneurship in career and training services provided by One-Stop Career Centers, which provide various employment services and connects job seekers with relevant trainings and education.||Made in Order|
|36||Version 1||Scanlon (PA)||Democrat||Adds language for training on how to ensure positive outcomes and service delivery specifically for young people.||Made in Order|
|37||Version 1||Scanlon (PA)||Democrat||Ensures that the Department of Labor’s technical assistance supports employers, programs, and staff that mentor youth.||Made in Order|
|38||Version 1||Harder (CA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Pocan (WI), Upton (MI)||Bi-Partisan||Clarifies eligibility and encourages inclusion of community-based out of school time organizations operating youth workforce readiness programs in the federal workforce development system.||Made in Order|
|39||Version 1||Miller-Meeks (IA)||Republican||SUBSTITUTE Strikes all and reauthorizes the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act for six years and includes provisions updating the workforce development system, including by adding allowable uses of funds for statewide and local workforce development activities. Makes changes to the Job Corps program and codifies the Reentry Employment Opportunities program.||Made in Order|
|40||Version 1||Phillips (MN)||Democrat||Directs State Workforce Development Boards to develop and expand strategies for meeting the needs of entrepreneurs and improves the One-Stop Career Centers system to support the delivery of services to entrepreneurs.||Submitted|
|41||Version 1||Crow (CO), Buck (CO)||Bi-Partisan||Withdrawn Allows a state to deliver Wagner-Peyser Act services through non-merit-staff employees if the state was granted a demonstration as of December 31, 2021.||Withdrawn|
|42||Version 1||Lee, Barbara (CA), Fleischmann (TN)||Bi-Partisan||Withdrawn Establishes a grant program for states, local educational agencies, and tribal schools to provide computer science education for preK-12 students.||Withdrawn|
|43||Version 1||Lawrence (MI)||Democrat||Limits reporting requirements for the Innovative Performance Grant for Adult Education Providers to expand participation.||Made in Order|
|44||Version 2||Lee, Barbara (CA), Fleischmann (TN)||Bi-Partisan||Revised Authorizes the Secretary of Labor and the Secretary of Education to conduct a study on the STEM workforce and STEM education.||Made in Order|
|45||Version 1||Sherrill (NJ)||Democrat||Expands the Performance Accountability System for State and local workforce programs to measure the effectiveness of such programs in serving entrepreneurs.||Submitted|
|46||Version 3||Kilmer (WA)||Democrat||Revised Directs research and best practice recommendations related to the impact of access to certain Federal programs on jobseekers' economic self-sufficiency.||Made in Order|
|47||Version 2||Schneider (IL)||Democrat||Revised Clarifies performance requirements for community colleges to qualify for the strengthening community colleges training grants program and directs the Secretary of Education to provide technical assistance to institutions that do not meet adequate performance levels.||Made in Order|
|48||Version 1||Gottheimer (NJ)||Democrat||Ensures that veterans are eligible for career and training services.||Made in Order|
|49||Version 1||Escobar (TX), Lawson (FL)||Democrat||Strikes Sec. 293 which precludes proprietary institutions from being certified as a one-stop operator or appointed to a state or local board.||Submitted|
|50||Version 2||Case (HI), Kahele (HI)||Democrat||Revised Adds a GAO report on the unique challenges unemployed and low-income Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians face in the labor market and provides recommendations for improving their access to federal employment and training services.||Made in Order|
|51||Version 2||Horsford (NV), Horsford (NV)||Democrat||Revised Directs States to make publicly available performance accountability indicators and performance measures for each recognized postsecondary credential that is obtained by any program participant of a core program; and instructs the Secretaries of Labor and Education to develop and disseminate an objective statistical model based on actual economic conditions in States that will be used to make adjustments in the State adjusted levels of performance.||Made in Order|
|52||Version 1||Porter (CA)||Democrat||Late Adds mental health experts to the panel conducting Comprehensive Needs Assessments for Youth Workforce Investment Activities and adds mental health resources training to Youth Workforce Training Programs.||Made in Order|
|53||Version 1||Torres, Norma (CA)||Democrat||Late Provides workers information on wages, hours, safe working conditions, forming, joining, and assisting a labor organization, and other applicable terms and conditions of employment to any individual that receives training.||Made in Order|
|54||Version 1||Harder (CA)||Democrat||Late Adds priority language to the competitive Sector Partnership grants to target areas where the local unemployment rate is higher than that national unemployment rate.||Made in Order|
|55||Version 1||Cartwright (PA)||Democrat||Late Adds transportation to the allowable uses of funds for YouthBuild program participants with disabilities.||Made in Order|
|56||Version 1||Golden (ME)||Democrat||Late Adds "provide access to broadband internet service, including for rural communities" to the list of programs, services, and activities that one-stop centers provide.||Made in Order|
|57||Version 1||Jacobs, Chris (NY)||Republican||Late Requires states to provide a timeline for awarding grants and contracts for adult basic education in the Unified State Plan and specifies grants and contacts for adult basic education must be distributed in a timely manner.||Made in Order|
|58||Version 1||Adams (NC)||Democrat||Late Requires reporting on grantees that receive WIOA funding as it pertains to the size of the organizations, demographics served by the programs, and recipients partnering with Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCUs) or other Minority-Serving Institution (MSI).||Submitted|
|59||Version 1||Garcia, Jesús (IL)||Democrat||Late Increases focus on the most marginalized young people in the WIOA Youth program.||Submitted|
|60||Version 2||Scott, Bobby (VA)||Democrat||MANAGER’S AMENDMENT Late Revised Clarifies funding cap to one-stop infrastructure costs, revises several definitions, and makes several technical changes.||Considered as Adopted|
|61||Version 1||Boebert, Lauren (CO)||Republican||Late Allows a state to deliver Wagner-Peyser Act services through non-merit-staff employees if the state was granted demonstration status.||Submitted|
Motion by Mr. Cole to provide for separate consideration of H.R. 6858, the American Energy Independence from Russia Act, under a closed rule. Defeated: 4–9
Motion by Mr. Perlmutter to report the rule. Adopted: 9–4