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REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE of 9-4 on Monday, June 21, 2022.
1. Structured rule for H.R. 4176.
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 117-52, 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. Makes in order only those further amendments to H.R. 4176 printed in part B of the Rules Committee report. Each such amendment 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, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
7. Waives all points of order against the amendments printed in part B of the report.
8. Provides one motion to recommit.
9. Structured rule for H.R. 5585.
10. Provides one hour of general debate on the bill equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce or their designees.
11. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.
12. Provides that the amendment in the nature of a substitute recommended by the Committee on Energy and Commerce now printed in the bill shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.
13. Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.
14. Makes in order the further amendment to H.R. 5585 printed in part C of the Rules Committee report, if offered by the Member designated in the report, which 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, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
15. Waives all points of order against the amendment printed in part C of the Rules Committee report.
16. Provides one motion to recommit.
17. Structured rule for H.R. 7666.
18. Provides one hour of general debate on the bill equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce or their designees.
19. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.
20. Provides that an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 117-51, modified by the amendment printed in part D of the Rules Committee report, shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.
21. Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.
22. Provides that following debate, each further amendment printed in part E of the Rules Committee report not earlier considered as part of amendments en bloc pursuant to section 6 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.
23. Section 6 provides that at any time after debate the chair of the Committee on Energy and Commerce or his designee may offer amendments en bloc consisting of further amendments printed in part E 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 Energy and Commerce or their designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
24. Waives all points of order against the amendments printed in part E of the report and amendments en bloc described in section 6 of the resolution.
25. Provides one motion to recommit.
26. Provides that House Resolution 188, agreed to March 8, 2021 (as most recently amended by House Resolution 1170, agreed to June 14, 2022), is amended by striking “June 22, 2022” each place it appears and inserting
(in each instance) “July 13, 2022”.
27. Provides that proceedings may be postponed through July 15, 2022, on measures that were the object of motions to suspend the rules on the legislative days of June 21, 2022, June 22, 2022, June 23, 2022, or June 24, 2022, and on which the yeas and nays were ordered.
|1||Version 2||Bera (CA), Fitzpatrick (PA)||Bi-Partisan||Revised Adds the House passed Helping Emergency Responders Overcome (HERO) Act, which establishes a series of programs relating to the behavioral health of law enforcement officers, first responders, 9-1-1 operators, and other public safety officers and health care providers.||Made in Order|
|2||Version 2||Reschenthaler (PA), Morelle (NY), Wild (PA), Dean (PA)||Bi-Partisan||Revised Requires a study to determine the true costs of untreated serious mental illness on families, health care systems, public housing, and law enforcement in America.||Made in Order|
|3||Version 1||Correa (CA)||Democrat||Addresses suicide amongst teens and young adults by increasing access to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Crisis Text Line. Requires colleges and universities to provide the contact information for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline; Crisis Text Line; and a campus mental health center, if applicable, on student identification cards.||Submitted|
|4||Version 1||Moore (WI)||Democrat||Add appropriate state, local, and tribal public officials administering programs that serve low-income pregnant and postpartum individuals to the list of entities that the Secretary should consult with in operating and maintaining the maternal mental health hotline.||Made in Order|
|5||Version 1||Moore (WI)||Democrat||Specifically allows state and local governments to use funds to purchase mobile units to conduct outreach and provide Medication Assisted Treatments in neighborhoods severely impacted by overdoses through several substance use programs reauthorized by the bill. Increases authorized funding levels for Reducing Overdose Deaths program.||Submitted|
|6||Version 1||Cárdenas (CA), Raskin (MD), Fitzpatrick (PA)||Bi-Partisan||Withdrawn Authorizes $441 million for technology, training, and operations for 988 regional and local call centers, to provide a local response to callers in crisis.||Withdrawn|
|7||Version 1||Raskin (MD), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH), DeSaulnier (CA)||Bi-Partisan||Withdrawn Authorizes NIH to lead a comprehensive program to conduct independent research into the effects of technology and social media on children's cognitive, physical, and socio-emotional development.||Withdrawn|
|8||Version 2||Demings (FL)||Democrat||Revised Requires a report on the available mental health and stress related resources or programs that are available to law enforcement officers. The report shall include additional legislative tools and authorities that may be helpful or necessary to assist in assessing, monitoring, and improving the mental health of law enforcement officers.||Made in Order|
|9||Version 1||McKinley (WV), Dingell (MI)||Bi-Partisan||Amends the Controlled Substances Act to clarify the process for registrants to exercise due diligence upon discovering a suspicious order.||Made in Order|
|10||Version 1||Dean (PA), Spartz (IN), Scanlon (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA)||Bi-Partisan||Increases the time limit for health care providers to use and hold long-acting injectable (LAI) buprenorphine, if received through a specialty pharmacy, from 14 to 60 days.||Made in Order|
|11||Version 1||Stanton (AZ)||Democrat||Requires prescription schedule II, III, and IV opioids to contain a warning label specifying that the opioids may cause dependence, addiction, and overdose.||Submitted|
|12||Version 1||Fitzpatrick (PA), Gottheimer (NJ), Kilmer (WA), Williams (GA), Lamb (PA)||Bi-Partisan||Establishes a program to expand the mental health services workforce in schools. Requires the Department of Education to contract with graduate institutions to pay a share of the cost of attendance for graduate students pursuing careers in the school-based mental health profession (e.g., school counseling).||Submitted|
|13||Version 1||Bergman (MI), Kilmer (WA), Axne (IA), Moolenaar (MI), Meijer (MI), Rutherford (FL), Craig (MN), Kildee (MI), Newhouse (WA)||Bi-Partisan||Adds a requirement for states to describe their strategies to target rural and other underserved communities when applying for Substance Use Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Services Block Grants.||Submitted|
|14||Version 1||Davis, Rodney (IL), Bilirakis (FL), O'Halleran (AZ), Wagner (MO), Kuster (NH)||Bi-Partisan||Adds the text of HR 2355, the Opioid Prescription Verification Act of 2021, which encourages the expanded use of electronic prescribing for opioids similar to the mandate for Medicare Part D opioid prescriptions under current law. Incentivize states to maintain and fully utilize prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMP) and requires the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to work with the CDC, DEA, and FDA to offer materials and guidance to pharmacists on how to verify the identity patients to help facilitate safe and responsible opioid prescriptions.||Made in Order|
|15||Version 1||Napolitano (CA), Katko (NY)||Bi-Partisan||Revises Project AWARE, which is administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, to provide comprehensive school-based mental health services, including screening, treatment, and outreach programs.||Made in Order|
|16||Version 1||Meng (NY), Chu (CA), Takano (CA), Moulton (MA)||Democrat||Withdrawn Establishes within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) two demonstration programs to increase language access to mental health services at federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), ensuring community health centers have access to the resources they need to attract the qualified behavioral health talent that fits their community’s needs.||Withdrawn|
|17||Version 1||Kim (NJ), Davids (KS)||Democrat||Adds the text of the Synthetic Opioid Danger Awareness Act, which requires HHS to conduct a public education campaign about synthetic opioids (including fentanyl and its analogues), disseminate information about synthetic opioids to health care providers, and develop a training guide and webinar for first responders and other individuals at high risk of exposure to synthetic opioids that details measures to prevent exposure.||Made in Order|
|18||Version 1||Phillips (MN)||Democrat||Withdrawn Requires the Secretary to identify the best method to regularly publish and update an online directory of mental health resources in an effort to better coordinate care and implement 988.||Withdrawn|
|19||Version 1||Katko (NY), Napolitano (CA), Beyer (VA), Raskin (MD), Cárdenas (CA), Fitzpatrick (PA)||Bi-Partisan||Adds the House-passed Suicide Prevention Lifeline Improvement Act, which includes enhanced funding for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, authorization for HHS to develop and implement an enhanced quality assurance plan for the suicide prevention hotline, improved data sharing with the CDC, and a pilot program for innovative technologies for suicide prevention.||Made in Order|
|20||Version 1||Blumenauer (OR)||Democrat||Withdrawn Directs the Secretary of HHS to conduct a study on climate change related anxiety in children.||Withdrawn|
|21||Version 1||Scott, David (GA)||Democrat||Withdrawn Prioritizes mental health outpatient treatment grant applicants operating in communities that have experienced significant trauma.||Withdrawn|
|22||Version 1||Scott, David (GA)||Democrat||Withdrawn Requires the Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee to include the option of a crisis intervention specialist for inclusion as one of its fourteen non-federal members.||Withdrawn|
|23||Version 1||Omar (MN)||Democrat||Withdrawn Requires SAMHSA and HUD to study the affordability, cost-effectiveness, and efficacy of providing villages of tiny homes as transitional housing for individuals experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity.||Withdrawn|
|24||Version 1||Joyce, David (OH)||Republican||Directs the Attorney General to submit a report to Congress no later than 60 days after enactment that recommends no fewer than 1 proposed program for making state of the art treatments or preventative care available to public safety offices and public safety telecommunications with regard to job-related post-traumatic stress disorder.||Submitted|
|25||Version 1||Jackson Lee (TX)||Democrat||Withdrawn Provides pediatric mental health care services and adolescent mental health care services to pediatric and adolescent patients whose need for such services arose as a consequence of a mass shooting, mass casualty event involving violence, or imminent threat of a mass shooting or mass casualty event involving violence.||Withdrawn|
|26||Version 2||Pressley (MA)||Democrat||Revised Requires HHS to administer a report to study rates of suicidal behaviors among children and adolescents with chronic illnesses, including substance use disorders, autoimmune disorders and heritable blood disorders and to submit a report to Congress on findings.||Made in Order|
|27||Version 1||Gosar (AZ)||Republican||Authorizes a study on the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns and school closures on America's children.||Submitted|
|28||Version 1||Gottheimer (NJ)||Democrat||Includes veterans as an eligible group for mental health and substance abuse care.||Made in Order|
|29||Version 1||Trone (MD), Armstrong (ND), Sherrill (NJ)||Bi-Partisan||Authorizes State Opioid Response (SOR) Grants and Tribal Opioid Response (TOR) Grants for 5 years at $1.75 billion per year, with a 5% set-aside for TOR.||Made in Order|
|30||Version 1||Crist (FL)||Democrat||Withdrawn Clarifies that comprehensive community mental health services grants may be awarded to local educational agencies to enable schools to create programs that notify parents about mental health resources following unlawful acts or traumatic experiences that occur at school or during school activities.||Withdrawn|
|31||Version 1||Joyce, David (OH)||Republican||Requires the Department of Defense to carry out a two-year pilot program aimed at preventing suicides amongst active duty members of the Armed Forces by pre-downloading resources onto smart devices issued to members of the Armed Forces and to provide training on the use of these resources.||Made in Order|
|32||Version 1||Scott, David (GA)||Democrat||Withdrawn Replaces the language of the legislation from "pregnant and postpartum women" to “pregnant and postpartum individuals” in order to better align language to include all birthing people throughout the text.||Withdrawn|
|33||Version 1||Gosar (AZ)||Republican||Prohibits the funds authorized from being used to enforce the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule.||Submitted|
|34||Version 1||Ferguson (GA), Burgess (TX), Pappas (NH), Carter, Buddy (GA), Costa (CA), Fitzpatrick (PA), McBath (GA)||Bi-Partisan||Requires the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to develop best practices for establishing behavioral intervention teams in educational settings.||Made in Order|
|35||Version 1||Boebert, Lauren (CO)||Republican||Clarifies that federal funding allocated cannot be used by grant recipients to perform or research gender-affirming care on minors.||Submitted|
|36||Version 1||Boebert, Lauren (CO), Bishop, Dan (NC)||Republican||Clarifies that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to purchase any drug paraphernalia; or to support the purchase of any drug paraphernalia by any recipient of Federal assistance.||Submitted|
|37||Version 1||Scott, David (GA)||Democrat||Withdrawn Requires the Maternal Mental Health Hotline’s Annual Report to include the collection of nonintrusive caller data by staff related to the entities and organizations receiving call referrals.||Withdrawn|
|38||Version 1||Boebert, Lauren (CO)||Republican||Strikes a provision in the bill encouraging bias training for health care providers.||Submitted|
|39||Version 1||Manning (NC)||Democrat||Adds the text of H.R.5526, which would add mental health as a category for inclusion in local school wellness policies and allow registered dietitians and licensed mental health professionals to collaborate on the development of local school wellness policy mental health goals.||Submitted|
|40||Version 1||Bowman (NY)||Democrat||Withdrawn Waives the matching requirement for Minority-serving Institutions and community colleges for grants for mental health and substance use disorder services for students in higher education.||Withdrawn|
|41||Version 1||Bowman (NY)||Democrat||Late Withdrawn Revises the early intervention set aside in the Community Mental Health Services Block Grants to include prevention services.||Withdrawn|
|42||Version 1||Moore (WI)||Democrat||Late Authorizes grants to help states establish child mental health task forces to help improve the collection and coordination of data related to mental health access and needs of children, including data used by programs such as the Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant and Medicaid, in order to help identify and close gaps in children's access to mental health care. Such Task Force must include a range of stakeholders, including from geographically diverse parts of the state.||Submitted|
|43||Version 1||Fitzpatrick (PA)||Republican||Late Repeals Public Law 114–145 to restore the Drug Enforcement Administration's authority to carry out enforcement actions for drug diversion control investigations and operations to combat the opioid epidemic.||Submitted|
|44||Version 1||Feenstra (IA)||Republican||Late Directs the Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders to provide training and technical assistance for primary care and behavioral health services within institutions of higher education to identify and support students with, or at risk for, eating disorders.||Submitted|
|45||Version 1||Feenstra (IA)||Republican||Late Requires the Behavioral Health Crisis Coordinating Office to include the Veterans Crisis Line as an entity to provide rapid post-crisis follow-up care.||Made in Order|
|46||Version 1||Feenstra (IA)||Republican||Late Requires the Maternal Mental Health Hotline to provide referral services to meet the needs of rural areas and medically under served populations and requires its report to include if there are geographic regions where the maternal mental health hotline are unable to make referrals to maternal mental health and substance use disorder services.||Submitted|
|47||Version 2||Griffith (VA)||Republican||Late Revised Sets January 1, 2024 as date of applicability for Sec. 262 to allow states time to review and update state law, if desired.||Made in Order|
|48||Version 1||Feenstra (IA)||Republican||Late Requires the report on Block Grants for Community Mental Health Services to include the outcomes of crisis care and early intervention strategies that address care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.||Submitted|
|49||Version 3||Pallone (NJ), McMorris Rodgers (WA)||Bi-Partisan||MANAGER’S AMENDMENT Late Revised Makes technical changes and adds provisions from H.R. 7233 as reported out of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. Includes provisions to increase transparency of pharmacy benefit managers for plan sponsors related to prescription drug spending and requires NIH to examine the effects of modern technology and multimedia on youth.||Considered as Adopted|
|50||Version 1||Budd (NC)||Republican||Late Requires states to describe efforts to promote work and employment when applying for the Substance Use Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery block grants.||Submitted|
|51||Version 1||Lamb (PA), Feenstra (IA)||Bi-Partisan||Late Authorizes a pilot program at the U.S. Department of Justice for rural areas to implement community response programs that focus on both reducing opioid overdose deaths and providing alternatives to incarceration. The grants would be issued jointly to public safety and public health agencies and incentivize reporting on the prescribing of schedules II, III, and IV controlled substances.||Submitted|
Motion by Mr. Cole to add language to the rule that would eliminate the ability to vote remotely by proxy. Defeated: 4–9
Motion by Ms. Ross to report the rule. Adopted: 9–4