H.R. 1319 - American Rescue Plan Act of 2021

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    (as reported by the Committee on the Budget)

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    Report from the Committee on the Budget to accompany H.R. 1319 [Note: Document provided in four portions due to filesize limitations.]

Rule Information

REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE of 8-4 on Friday, February 26, 2021.

Agreed to by record vote of 219-210, after agreeing to the previous question by record vote of 217-205, on Friday, February 26, 2021.

MANAGERS: McGovern/Burgess

1. Closed rule.
2. Provides that immediately upon adoption of this resolution, the House shall proceed to the consideration of H.R. 1319.
3. Provides one hour of debate equally divided among and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on the Budget or their respective designees and the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Ways and Means or their respective designees.
4. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.
5. Provides that the amendment printed in the Rules Committee report shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.
6. Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.
7. Provides one motion to recommit.

Amendments (click headers to sort)

#Version #Sponsor(s)PartySummaryStatus
1Version 3Yarmuth (KY)DemocratMANAGER’S AMENDMENT Revised Adds three new titles (titles X, XI, and XII) to the bill pursuant to the reconciliation instructions contained in the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2021 for the Committees on Foreign Affairs, Natural Resources, and Science, Space, and Technology to (i) provide funding to support international efforts to help control and contain COVID-19 and emerging variants to prevent further spread across borders, (ii) provide funding for tribal governments to combat COVID-19 and its direct impacts in tribal communities, and (iii) provide funding to support additional research that can improve pandemic-relevant knowledge and understanding and strengthen the nation's response to COVID-19; makes technical, conforming, and other changes in titles I through IX of the bill.Considered as Adopted
2Version 1Murphy, Gregory (NC), Norman (SC), McClintock (CA), Budd (NC), Issa (CA), Mast (FL), Hinson (IA), Harris (MD), Franklin (FL), Carter, Buddy (GA)RepublicanProhibits school districts from receiving funds under the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund if they are not open for in-person instruction for vulnerable or disadvantaged children.Submitted
3Version 1Miller, Mary (IL)RepublicanConditions Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds so that if a school is not open for in-person instruction, ESSER funds must instead be used to fund Education Savings Accounts for affected parents to use for private school tuition or other educational expenses such as technology or tutoring.Submitted
4Version 1Steel, Michelle (CA)RepublicanProhibits funds to a local educational agency unless (1) in-person instruction is available to all students at each of the public elementary and secondary schools and (2) each teacher employed in such school has been provided with an opportunity to receive a coronavirus vaccine.Submitted
5Version 3McCaul (TX)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Revised Ensures that U.S. foreign assistance funded by this bill is clearly branded with the United States flag.Revised
6Version 3McCaul (TX)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Revised Second degree amendment: Prohibits the use of funds appropriated by this Act for voluntary contributions to the World Health Organization until reforms have been made to the International Health Regulations.Revised
7Version 1Allen (GA)RepublicanRequires school districts to offer the option of in person instruction to all students as a condition of receiving funds from the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund.Submitted
8Version 1Good (VA)RepublicanRequires, as a condition of receiving the federal aid in this bill, that school districts publicly disclose all discussions about reopening between the district and the teachers union in the district and that these discussions be documented in writing.Submitted
9Version 1Grothman (WI)RepublicanStrikes section 2101(d) of the bill, which would amend Section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act.Submitted
10Version 1Greene (GA), Rosendale (MT), Mooney (WV)RepublicanProhibits all taxpayer funding for abortion, with no exceptions for rape, incest, or life of the mother.Submitted
11Version 1Biggs (AZ), Duncan (SC), Good (VA), Boebert, Lauren (CO), McClintock (CA), Greene (GA), Mast (FL)RepublicanEliminates funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.Submitted
12Version 1Biggs (AZ), Greene (GA), Boebert, Lauren (CO), Duncan (SC), Good (VA), McClintock (CA), Mast (FL)RepublicanEliminates funding to the National Endowment for the Humanities.Submitted
13Version 1Rice, Tom (SC)RepublicanIncreases Educator Expense Deduction by $50 for taxable years 2020 and 2021.Submitted
14Version 1Gosar (AZ)RepublicanSuspends the collection of payroll taxes for 2021.Submitted
15Version 1Murphy, Gregory (NC), McClintock (CA), Budd (NC), Issa (CA), Mast (FL), Hinson (IA), Guest (MS), Harris (MD), Franklin (FL), Baird (IN), Carter, Buddy (GA), Amodei (NV), Joyce, John (PA), Stefanik (NY)RepublicanStrikes provisions in the bill that would increase in the federal minimum wage.Submitted
16Version 1Hudson (NC)RepublicanMakes reducing unemployment one of the goals of this subtitle and authorizes a comprehensive, nationwide program to improve education and training for jobs in energy-related industries, and to increase the number of skilled workers trained for such jobs.Submitted
17Version 1Pence (IN)RepublicanPrioritizes E-Rate funding for unserved and rural areas.Submitted
18Version 1McMorris Rodgers (WA), Newhouse (WA), Fulcher (ID), Simpson (ID), Perry (PA), Herrera Beutler (WA), Duncan (SC), McKinley (WV), Stefanik (NY)RepublicanAdds a sense of Congress that hydropower is a renewable resource and essential source of energy, and that all existing hydropower resources should be protected.Submitted
19Version 1McMorris Rodgers (WA), Perry (PA), Duncan (SC), Joyce, John (PA), McKinley (WV), Guest (MS), Baird (IN)RepublicanProhibits LIHEAP funds from being used to pay for home energy that is more expensive due to a ban on the use of natural gas in homes and businesses.Submitted
20Version 1McMorris Rodgers (WA), Duncan (SC), Joyce, John (PA), McKinley (WV), Baird (IN)RepublicanSunsets funding in Subtitle D, Chapter 1, Funding for Pollution and Disparate Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic, at the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency.Submitted
21Version 1Burgess (TX), Newhouse (WA), Baird (IN)RepublicanNo funds made available for LIHEAP can be used to pay for home energy that is produced using critical minerals that were mined using forced labor in foreign countries, including China.Submitted
22Version 1Stefanik (NY), Burchett (TN), Jackson, Ronny (TX), LaMalfa (CA), Owens (UT), Baird (IN), Franklin (FL), Balderson (OH), Norman (SC), Calvert (CA)RepublicanProhibits institutions of higher education from receiving funds from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund if they have a partnership in effect with any entity owned or controlled by the government of the People’s Republic of China or organized under the laws of the People’s Republic of China.Submitted
23Version 1Stefanik (NY), Owens (UT)RepublicanReinstates the provision from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act to reduce by 50% the allocation from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund to institutions required to pay the endowment excise tax and require such institutions to use the remaining funds on grants to students, sanitation, PPE, or other health and safety expenses. Funds that would have been allocated to these institutions will be reallocated to community colleges on top of their general allocation.Submitted
24Version 1Stefanik (NY), Owens (UT), Moore, Blake (UT)RepublicanAdds $4.58 billion for dislocated worker employment and training activities under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and requires 75 percent of the funding to be spent on skills development and education. Reduces funding for the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund by $4.58 billion.Submitted
25Version 1Stefanik (NY), Owens (UT), Balderson (OH)RepublicanReserves five percent of funds in the Child Care Stabilization Fund to address childcare needs in rural communities. The funds may be used to recruit new child care providers to rural communities and provide them funds to cover start-up expenses; support family child care providers to increase their capacity; support child care providers to offer care during nontraditional hours; and partner with businesses to develop on-site child care options for their employees.Submitted
26Version 2Young (AK)RepublicanRevised Temporarily deems roundtrip voyages from the State of Washington to the State of Alaska on certain passenger vessels, as foreign, for the purposes of U.S. law to enable these passenger vessels to omit the requirement to stop at a nearby foreign port, for the duration of the Canadian ban on entering their waters.Revised
27Version 1Quigley (IL)DemocratIncludes grants for gyms and fitness businesses that have been harmed by the pandemic.Submitted
28Version 1Dunn (FL)RepublicanAllows individuals who were recovering from natural disasters in 2019 to use 2018 tax data for purposes of applying for PPP 2nd draw loans.Submitted
29Version 1Perry (PA), Duncan (SC), Gosar (AZ), McClintock (CA), Loudermilk (GA), Issa (CA), Budd (NC), Mast (FL), Guest (MS), Harris (MD), Baird (IN), Franklin (FL), McKinley (WV)RepublicanStrikes Section 7006(b)(4)(A)(i) that provides $100 million in Capital Investment Grant funding based on a distribution formula that limits eligibility to a single project - the Bay Area Rapid Transit Silicon Valley Phase II Project.Submitted
30Version 1Williams (TX)RepublicanProhibits Planned Parenthood, or any of their entities and affiliates, from eligibility or use of funds from the Paycheck Protection Program.Submitted
31Version 1Wagner (MO)RepublicanCreates a new Treasury grant program that is focused on getting vaccines into communities so businesses can reopen.Submitted
32Version 1Williams (TX)RepublicanDirects the Administrator of the SBA to prioritize any existing uncompleted rules or guidance stemming from the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act (P.L. 116-260) before doing so for any rules, guidance, or expending amounts appropriated, to carry out a statutory program enacted on or after January 1, 2021.Submitted
33Version 1Stauber (MN), Tiffany, Thomas (WI), Kelly, Trent (MS), Timmons (SC), Newhouse (WA), Gohmert (TX), Gosar (AZ), Fulcher (ID), Baird (IN), Guest (MS), Golden (ME)Bi-PartisanDirects USDA to administer financial assistance to timber harvesters and haulers per P.L. 116-260, the Omnibus Appropriations Bill passed in December.Submitted
34Version 1Stauber (MN)RepublicanEnsures that none of the projects funded by this bill use minerals sourced or processed using child labor or in violation of human rights.Submitted
35Version 1Stauber (MN)RepublicanRequires the Administrator of the Small Business Administration to submit a report to Congress on the effects of the revocation of the permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline under section 6 of Executive Order 13990, relating to protecting the public health and the environment on small businesses, including any actual or projected decreases in revenue or number of employees of small businesses. The report is due within 120 days of enactment.Submitted
36Version 1Wagner (MO)RepublicanAny amounts appropriated that have not been obligated on or before the date that is 6 months after the national emergency declaration has ended shall be returned to the general fund of the Treasury.Submitted
37Version 1Gibbs (OH)RepublicanReallocates $10 billion from the $30 billion transit funding and direct that funding towards State DOTs, to match President Biden's request for $20 billion.Submitted
38Version 1Wagner (MO)RepublicanAllocates funding for businesses owned by women or veterans.Submitted
39Version 1Perry (PA), Duncan (SC)RepublicanProhibits transit agencies from using the FTA grant funding provided in Section 7006 for expenses related to unfunded pension liabilities or unfunded liabilities related to other post-employment benefits.Submitted
40Version 1Perry (PA), Duncan (SC)RepublicanProhibits State or local governments from using the funds in Section 5001 for expenses related to unfunded pension liabilities or unfunded liabilities related to other post-employment benefits.Submitted
41Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanLimits the use of funds to create or enforce new income criteria in the determination of eligibility for CDBG-DR disaster assistance.Submitted
42Version 1Hinson (IA), Rice, Tom (SC), Joyce, John (PA), Stivers (OH), Moore, Barry (AL), Steel, Michelle (CA), McClintock (CA), Guthrie (KY), Issa (CA), Dunn (FL), Wagner (MO), Herrell (NM), Wenstrup (OH), Salazar (FL), Harris (MD), Meuser (PA), Malliotakis (NY), Carter, Buddy (GA), Balderson (OH), Comer (KY), Babin (TX), Ferguson (GA), Norman (SC), Feenstra (IA), Calvert (CA), Gosar (AZ), McMorris Rodgers (WA), Posey (FL)RepublicanRequires K-12 schools to have a reopening plan in place for in-person teaching for the remainder of the school year in order to access their full portion of the $129 billion from the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund in the underlying bill.Submitted
43Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanAuthorizes 13 medical facility leases of the Department of Veterans Affairs to enable the VA to best serve their populations during the public health crisis.Submitted
44Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanProhibits the use of funding if the Congressional Budget Office determines that this legislation will result in the loss of 1.4 million American jobs.Submitted
45Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanCreates a pilot program allowing States to apply to convert unused funds for project-based vouchers to tenant protection vouchers in order to recapitalize these funds to fight and prevent homelessness.Submitted
46Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanProhibits the disbursal of funds if the Congressional Budget Office finds that this Act will cause an increase in the national debt in excess of $15,000 per person born in the United States after the year 2000.Submitted
47Version 1Amodei (NV), Crist (FL)Bi-PartisanRevises the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Program to expand eligibility to special events operators.Submitted
48Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Sets aside $1,500,000 of the funds provided to the NSF to study the long-term health effects of the coronavirus, including in COVID-19 survivors experiencing long-haul symptoms.Submitted
49Version 1Amendment number not in use.Submitted
50Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanProhibits anyone who was incarcerated in a federal facility on the date of enactment from receiving a recovery rebate.Submitted
51Version 1Tenney, Claudia (NY)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Transfers $5 million to the USAID Inspector General to oversee the International Disaster Assistance account and the vast bulk of these funds in order to combat waste, fraud, and abuse.Submitted
52Version 1Hartzler (MO), Graves, Sam (MO), Luetkemeyer (MO), Long (MO), Wagner (MO), Smith, Jason (MO)RepublicanStrikes language that phases out the 14(c) Subminimum Wage Program for workers with disabilities.Submitted
53Version 1Lesko (AZ), Duncan (SC), McKinley (WV), Bilirakis (FL), Guthrie (KY), Boebert, Lauren (CO)RepublicanStrikes funding for Title X Family Planning and redirects towards Youth Suicide Prevention grants.Submitted
54Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Restores eligibility for USDA COVID aid for seafood purchases and seafood processors.Submitted
55Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanProvides grant funding for entities to produce, transport, blend, or store sustainable aviation fuel.Submitted
56Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanRescinds any unobligated funds made available under the bill to the Treasury when the administration determines that GDP has recovered to pre-pandemic levels.Submitted
57Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanProvides funding for the Maritime Transportation Emergency Relief Grant Program.Submitted
58Version 1Schweikert (AZ), Stivers (OH)RepublicanRequires the DOL Secretary and Treasury Secretary to provide a report to State agencies that handle unemployment benefits outlining best practices for dealing with fraudulent unemployment claims.Submitted
59Version 1Schweikert (AZ)RepublicanRequires a report by Treasury on the program integrity of the Earned Income Tax Credit and would require the Secretary of the Treasury to verify taxpayer eligibility for the credit using SNAP, TANF, and any other databases the IRS has access to that the Secretary of the Treasury deems necessary to determine eligibility, or that would allow a taxpayer to receive the value of the credit sooner.Submitted
60Version 1Schweikert (AZ)RepublicanHalves funding from $1,000,000,000 for vaccine confidence activities and establishes Sec. 3002A with $500,000,000 funding for COVID-19 and Influenza Universal Vaccine Research and Development at the National Institute of Health’s Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.Submitted
61Version 1Steil (WI)RepublicanProhibits the use of funds for promulgating regulations that would put U.S. businesses at a disadvantage relative to global competitors.Submitted
62Version 1Burgess (TX), Dunn (FL), Carter, Buddy (GA), Joyce, John (PA), Harshbarger (TN), Ferguson (GA), Babin (TX), Bucshon (IN), Harris (MD), Wenstrup (OH), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Van Drew (NJ), Miller-Meeks (IA), DesJarlais (TN), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Green, Mark (TN), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanDirects FDA to utilize Real World Evidence gathered during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency to support approvals.Submitted
63Version 1Burgess (TX), Guthrie (KY), Dunn (FL), Carter, Buddy (GA), Joyce, John (PA), Harshbarger (TN), Ferguson (GA), Babin (TX), Bucshon (IN), Harris (MD), Wenstrup (OH), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Van Drew (NJ), Miller-Meeks (IA), DesJarlais (TN), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Green, Mark (TN), Gosar (AZ), Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanProvides $35 billion to the Department of Health and Human Services Provider Relief Fund.Submitted
64Version 1Burgess (TX)RepublicanStrikes Sec. 3102 and inserts a permanent postpartum Medicaid state option.Submitted
65Version 1Burgess (TX)RepublicanStrikes section 3021 and inserts language to establish a public health loan repayment program.Submitted
66Version 1Armstrong (ND)RepublicanAuthorizes the Keystone XL pipeline (including border facilities) and declares that a presidential permit is not required.Submitted
67Version 1Burgess (TX), Guthrie (KY)RepublicanIncentivizes states to decrease their Medicaid payment error rates.Submitted
68Version 1Burgess (TX)RepublicanStrikes section 3108 and insert language increasing Medicaid FMAP for home and community-based services, substance use disorder, and mental health services.Submitted
69Version 1Cawthorn (NC)RepublicanExempts certain geographical areas from federal minimum wage increases.Submitted
70Version 1Burgess (TX), Ferguson (GA)RepublicanInserts section requiring the establishment of behavioral health intervention best practices for schools.Submitted
71Version 1Burgess (TX), Duncan (SC)RepublicanStrikes Sections 3013 (global health) and 3103 (Medicaid for inmates) and transfers such funding to provide Covid testing and PPE for all undocumented aliens crossing our southern border.Submitted
72Version 1Keller (PA)RepublicanExempts certain small businesses from federal minimum wage increases.Submitted
73Version 1Scott, Austin (GA)RepublicanRequires the definition used by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency loan program for Socially Disadvantaged (SDA) Farmers and Ranchers to be included in the American Rescue Plan Act.Submitted
74Version 1Burgess (TX), Curtis (UT)RepublicanAdds the words "rural, frontier, underserved" where it says underserved in Title III, Subsection A.Submitted
75Version 1Owens (UT)RepublicanConditions federal minimum wage increases on specified employment measurements.Submitted
76Version 1Burgess (TX)RepublicanInserts section at the end of subtitle B of title III to require the Secretary of Health and Human Services to issue guidance on Medicaid telehealth.Submitted
77Version 1Scott, Austin (GA)RepublicanWithdrawn Limits Sec. 1005 of the American Rescue Plan to loans through the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency loan program for Socially Disadvantaged (SDA) Farmers and Ranchers.Withdrawn
78Version 1Burgess (TX)RepublicanApplies Hyde amendment provisions to Title III, subtitles A, B, and C.Submitted
79Version 1Foxx (NC)RepublicanStrikes Sections 2103 and 2104 which add a presumption that federal employees and longshore and harbor workers diagnosed with COVID-19 contracted the virus while working and are therefore entitled to workers' compensation benefits.Submitted
80Version 1Budd (NC)RepublicanWithholds certain federal funds from states and localities that shut down indoor or outdoor dining at restaurants, with these jurisdictions only restoring the federal funding when they rescind all stay-at home orders.Submitted
81Version 1Budd (NC)RepublicanProtects businesses and certain medical facilities as they conduct operations by providing a legal liability shield from frivolous lawsuits. Specifically, no business or medical facility would be liable to COVID-19 related legal action if the facility was following state or federal guidelines or requirements on reopening.Submitted
82Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanClarifies that SBA may make a second draw PPP loan to an applicant whose first draw PPP loan is under audit. Pending the result of such an audit, the Administrator may modify the repayment terms of a PPP loan.Submitted
83Version 1Miller-Meeks (IA)RepublicanProvides additional needed funds for more veterans to receive training through the VET TEC pilot program. This program provides GI Bill style benefits to veterans to receive innovative training for jobs in the IT sector.Submitted
84Version 1Grothman (WI)RepublicanRequires Secretary of Health and Human Services, acting through the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to use funds made available to research, evaluate, and release findings on the impact of vitamin D deficiencies on COVID–19 patient outcomes.Submitted
85Version 1Mullin (OK)RepublicanIncreases funding for block grants for Community Mental Health Services and sets aside 5 percent for people that lost jobs due President Biden's Executive Orders on the Keystone XL pipeline and the pause on oil and gas leases on federal lands.Submitted
86Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Sets aside 5% of funding the NSF for grants to local public research institutions significantly impacted by coronavirus who meet certain criteria.Submitted
87Version 2Malliotakis (NY), Calvert (CA), Duncan (SC), Bishop, Dan (NC), Weber (TX), Moore, Barry (AL)RepublicanRevised Prevents States that accept funds under this act from raising taxes for two fiscal years.Revised
88Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanCreates a federal safe harbor from liability for COVID-19 transmission to any individual, non-profit, or business acting in good faith to prevent the spread of coronavirus.Submitted
89Version 1Loudermilk (GA)RepublicanRequires state and local governments to fully reopen schools before they can receive funds in the financial services title of the bill.Submitted
90Version 1Loudermilk (GA), Taylor (TX)RepublicanEnsures that mortgage assistance funding only goes to households that actually need it by using the same eligibility requirements that are in the rental assistance section of the bill: at least one person in the household must have qualified for unemployment or experienced other financial difficulty and be at risk of homelessness or housing instability, and the household must be considered a low income family.Submitted
91Version 1Loudermilk (GA)RepublicanAllows fintech companies to participate as lenders in the State Small Business Credit Initiative as they have done in the Paycheck Protection Program.Submitted
92Version 1Budd (NC)RepublicanPrevents leftover COVID-19 vaccines from being wasted by allowing vaccine providers to administer shots to the next allocation group automatically.Submitted
93Version 1Budd (NC)RepublicanEstablishes, as a condition of receiving COVID–19 vaccines, state health departments need to distribute doses of vaccine equitably to all counties without canceling scheduled distributions.Submitted
94Version 1Budd (NC)RepublicanPreserves the eligibility of health savings account (HSA) participants covered by any health plan during the coronavirus emergency period.Submitted
95Version 1Higgins, Clay (LA), Graves, Garret (LA), Johnson, Mike (LA)RepublicanSets aside up to .01% of the DRA allocation to reimburse the Sheriffs under Sec. 1211(b) of Disaster Recovery Reform Act.Submitted
96Version 1Higgins, Clay (LA), Graves, Garret (LA), Johnson, Mike (LA)RepublicanSets aside $10 billion of the disaster relief funding (DRF) for communities hit by a major disaster in 2020.Submitted
97Version 1Dunn (FL), Harris (MD), Burgess (TX), Wenstrup (OH), Babin (TX), Bucshon (IN), Carter, Buddy (GA), Ferguson (GA), Joyce, John (PA), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Van Drew (NJ), Harshbarger (TN), Miller-Meeks (IA), DesJarlais (TN), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Green, Mark (TN), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanPrioritizes $100 million for the review of applications submitted for approval, licensure, or emergency use authorization for therapeutics intended for use for the treatment or prevention of COVID–19.Submitted
98Version 1Huizenga (MI)RepublicanProvides additional oversight of localities that have committed fraud or committed fair housing law violations in the last five years.Submitted
99Version 1Dunn (FL), Carter, Buddy (GA), Babin (TX), McMorris Rodgers (WA), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Gosar (AZ), Van Drew (NJ), Joyce, John (PA), Wenstrup (OH)RepublicanRequires that entities applying for genetic sequencing grants under the bill are able to protect against the DNA information of American citizens from being collected by foreign governments.Submitted
100Version 1Scott, Austin (GA)RepublicanProhibits Members of Congress and their families from being eligible for SEC. 1005, the farm loan assistance for Socially Disadvantaged (SDA) Farmers and Ranchers.Submitted
101Version 1Hudson (NC)RepublicanIncreases funding for vaccine distribution and provides $1 billion in funding for teachers and school personal to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.Submitted
102Version 1Timmons (SC)RepublicanAdds a requirement to all applicants for federal housing programs under this bill be notified that it is always illegal to make a false statement to the government and that applicants agree that they must repay any amounts received if they are found to have made a false statement in their application.Submitted
103Version 1Budd (NC)RepublicanRequires the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to conduct a pilot program at a minimum of 10 airports to establish and test procedures to screen all passengers for their temperatures before such passengers proceed through security into the sterile area.Submitted
104Version 1Perry (PA), Duncan (SC)RepublicanStrikes section 2101, which raises the federal minimum wage.Submitted
105Version 1Murphy, Gregory (NC), Wenstrup (OH)RepublicanRequires a study to determine how school closures have affected minority and displaced students, including assessments of effects on physical health, mental health, and loss of learning and also requires the study to be paid for by funds previously allocated to the "Bay Area Transit Expansion" program.Submitted
106Version 1Johnson, Bill (OH)RepublicanRequires LIHEAP funds made available in the legislation to include home energy in the form of electricity or fuel derived from hydropower, wind, solar, oil, natural gas, nuclear, and coal.Submitted
107Version 1Johnson, Bill (OH)RepublicanTo the maximum extent practicable, LIHEAP funding should only be used for home energy derived from domestic energy resources and technology.Submitted
108Version 1Bergman (MI)RepublicanAppropriates $50,000,000 toward expanded services at Vet Centers (VA readjustment counseling centers) and $1 billion for the implementation of veterans' legislation that was signed into law last fall, including two bills to prevent veteran suicide.Submitted
109Version 1Miller (WV), Wenstrup (OH), Carter, Buddy (GA), Dunn (FL), Ferguson (GA), Harris (MD)RepublicanAllocates the Pandemic Emergency Assistance Funds in the underlying bill to states proportionately based on the number of children in poverty.Submitted
110Version 1Timmons (SC)RepublicanDefines in the current State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) set aside that the definition of socially and economically-disadvantaged includes rural communities.Submitted
111Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Posey (FL), Gohmert (TX), Norman (SC), Kelly, Mike (PA), Budd (NC), Clyde (GA)RepublicanStrikes section 3002, which provides funding to advertise on behalf of the vaccine manufacturers to increase "consumer confidence" in the vaccine.Submitted
112Version 1Cammack, Kat (FL)RepublicanStrikes section 1011(a) and appropriates $3B to SNAP Employment and Training, to remain available until September 30, 2023.Submitted
113Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Gohmert (TX), Loudermilk (GA), McClintock (CA), Norman (SC), Gosar (AZ), Babin (TX), Mast (FL), Budd (NC), Harris (MD), Clyde (GA)RepublicanStrikes Section 3013, the "Global Health Initiative" Foreign Aid funding.Submitted
114Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Timmons (SC), Crawford (AR), Loudermilk (GA), Gohmert (TX), Norman (SC), Budd (NC), Gosar (AZ), Harris (MD), Moore, Barry (AL)RepublicanProvides for mandatory testing for COVID-19 of undocumented immigrants in the custody of HHS, with mandatory 14-day quarantine period prior to release.Submitted
115Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Timmons (SC), Crawford (AR), Loudermilk (GA), Gohmert (TX), Norman (SC), Babin (TX), Budd (NC), Clyde (GA), Moore, Barry (AL)RepublicanProhibits funds for PPE from being spent on PPE equipment manufactured outside of the U.S.Submitted
116Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Timmons (SC), Crawford (AR), Gohmert (TX), Norman (SC), Budd (NC)RepublicanStrikes Section 3103: Allowing for medical assistance under Medicaid for inmates during 30-day period preceding release.Submitted
117Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Good (VA), Greene (GA), Crawford (AR), Gohmert (TX), McClintock (CA), Norman (SC), Gosar (AZ), Babin (TX), Budd (NC), Moore, Barry (AL)RepublicanProhibits funds made available by this act from being used to subsidize the cost of these vaccines for undocumented immigrants.Submitted
118Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Posey (FL), Gohmert (TX), Babin (TX), Norman (SC), Kelly, Mike (PA), Cloud (TX), Budd (NC), Harris (MD)RepublicanProhibits funds made available by this act to be used to purchase vaccines for children under the age of 18 without the express written consent of the child’s parent or legal guardian.Submitted
119Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Timmons (SC), Crawford (AR), Gohmert (TX), McClintock (CA), Norman (SC), Babin (TX), Budd (NC), Clyde (GA), Moore, Barry (AL)RepublicanProhibits funds made available by this subtitle to be used to provide COVID–19 vaccines to individuals who are unlawfully present in the United States before vaccinating all individuals who are lawfully present in the United States, eligible to be vaccinated for COVID–19, and requesting such vaccination.Submitted
120Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Loudermilk (GA), Gohmert (TX), Norman (SC), Kelly, Mike (PA), Babin (TX), Budd (NC)RepublicanProhibits funds made available by this subtitle shall be used to implement Executive Order 14008 ‘‘Tackling the Climate Crisis at 3 Home and Abroad’’ (86 Fed. Reg. 7619).”Submitted
121Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Posey (FL), Babin (TX), Norman (SC), Budd (NC)RepublicanAdds "child sex dolls" to the list of items CPSC is to surveil at ports, and adds the penalties section of the JUSTICE Act (H.R. 87).Submitted
122Version 1Murphy, Gregory (NC)RepublicanRepurposes 50% of the National Endowment of Arts’ funding for grants to the DHHS to help produce sanitation materials, PPE, and vaccine development.Submitted
123Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Norman (SC), Budd (NC)RepublicanRescinds all remaining funds from the ObamaCare "Prevention and Public Health Fund."Submitted
124Version 1Duncan (SC), Perry (PA), Greene (GA), Timmons (SC), Crawford (AR), Loudermilk (GA), Gohmert (TX), McClintock (CA), Norman (SC), Gosar (AZ), Balderson (OH), Kelly, Mike (PA), Babin (TX), Boebert, Lauren (CO), Joyce, David (OH), Ferguson (GA), Reschenthaler (PA), Baird (IN), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Valadao (CA), Budd (NC), Clyde (GA)RepublicanAdds a Sense of Congress barring the Biden Administration from placing a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing without a specific act of Congressional authorization.Submitted
125Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanRequires individuals receiving Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation to repay any assistance received in excess of their earnings in the 2019 tax year.Submitted
126Version 1Budd (NC)RepublicanProhibits an individual from receiving unemployment benefits, including pandemic unemployment compensation, during any week in an amount that exceeds that individual's average weekly wages prior to receiving such benefits.Submitted
127Version 1Ferguson (GA)RepublicanRedirects the $276M of funds obligated to the Elder Justice Act towards vaccines for rural and underserved seniors and mental health programs.Submitted
128Version 1Bost (IL)RepublicanExpands the number of slots in the COVID–19 Veteran Rapid Retraining Assistance Program from 17,250 slots to 35,000 slots.Submitted
129Version 1LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanExcludes unemployment compensation from gross taxable income for 2020.Submitted
130Version 1LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanDefers penalties and interest on unpaid tax liabilities on unemployment compensation for 2020.Submitted
131Version 1LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanCodifies, authorizes, and directs the Department of Justice to continue operating the National Unemployment Insurance Fraud Task Force in coordination with other federal, state, and local agencies to specifically combat international identity theft and unemployment fraud.Submitted
132Version 1Crawford (AR), Hinson (IA), Balderson (OH), Baird (IN), Guest (MS), Stefanik (NY)RepublicanProhibits any funds appropriated from being used for biological research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology or any other facility in China.Submitted
133Version 1Budd (NC)RepublicanRequires the Defense Logistics Agency to issue longer-term contracts to make Personal Protective Equipment in America.Submitted
134Version 1Wenstrup (OH), Dunn (FL), Carter, Buddy (GA), Joyce, John (PA), Harshbarger (TN), Ferguson (GA), Babin (TX), Bucshon (IN), Burgess (TX), Harris (MD), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Van Drew (NJ), Miller-Meeks (IA), DesJarlais (TN), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Green, Mark (TN), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanAdds liability protections for front-line health care workers in long term care facilities. What the amendment would do: Would only allow states to use the Elder Justice Act funds if they offer liability protections for coronavirus-related medical liability action brought in a court for healthcare providers in long term care facilities. Liability protections would not apply if the healthcare provider committed gross negligence or willful misconduct whole providing COVID-19 care. Healthcare providers would be protected if the action or decision resulted from a resource of staffing shortage due to COVID-19. The scope of healthcare providers is targeted in an effort to keep the amendment germane. Why it’s needed: Healthcare providers are concerned that they may be liable for COVID-19 transmission due to inadequate supplies or safety equipment, limited staff, and inadequate testing that was out of their control.Submitted
135Version 1Garcia, Mike (CA)RepublicanRepeals the state and local tax (SALT) deduction cap.Submitted
136Version 1González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR)RepublicanRemoves cost-share requirements for certain nonprofits applying for federal grants during the COVID-19 emergency period, and reduces cost-share requirements by 25% for 5 years after the emergency period expires.Submitted
137Version 1González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR)RepublicanEstablishes a Federal maritime task force and a private sector advisory committee to collectively establish best practices for the maritime industry to restart operations safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.Submitted
138Version 1Bost (IL)RepublicanEstablishes a set-aside of federal highway program dollars for a competitive grant program for public entities to fund new truck parking.Submitted
139Version 1González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR)RepublicanRequires territories and the District of Columbia be treated the same as states after a major disaster declaration has been declared to procure Personal Protective Equipment.Submitted
140Version 1Bost (IL), Crawford (AR)RepublicanRestricts the purchase of foreign iron, steel, and manufactured products for transportation and infrastructure projects.Submitted
141Version 1Bost (IL)RepublicanProvides additional funding for the Port and Intermodal Improvement Program to be used for small and inland ports and terminals.Submitted
142Version 1Graves, Garret (LA), Davis, Rodney (IL)RepublicanRevises the bill to include the Social Security Fairness Act, which repeals the Windfall Elimination Provision and Government Pension Offset, to ensure retirement fairness for affected retired public servants and their families.Submitted
143Version 1González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR)RepublicanIncreases the percentage of funds eligible to address the job losses in the travel, tourism, and outdoor recreation sectors and includes use for travel and tourism promotion. This does not increase funding overall, just increases the percentage within this section of funding for this specific purpose.Submitted
144Version 2Comer (KY)RepublicanRevised Prohibits any money distributed by the federal government under Section 5001 to the states to expenses directly related to the ongoing COVID-19 national emergency.Revised
145Version 1Hill, French (AR)RepublicanPrioritizes unused funds appropriated under the Defense Production Act for rebuilding the Strategic National Stockpile, improving the United States’ supply chain resilience for medical supplies, and supporting the distribution of vaccines to poor countriesSubmitted
146Version 2Donalds (FL)RepublicanRevised Prohibits funding under Section 5001 from going to states and localities that restrict small businesses in excess of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance.Revised
147Version 1Rice, Tom (SC)RepublicanRequires Multiemployer Pension Plans to freeze accrual of new benefits when seeking federal assistance and adhere to the same actuarial standards as other pension plans.Submitted
148Version 2Foxx (NC)RepublicanRevised Prevents funds under Section 5001 from going to recipient entities that have not reopened K-12 public schools.Revised
149Version 2Foxx (NC)RepublicanRevised This amendment to Section 5001 would base the apportionment on population and reserve 50% of funds for the 50% of states with a lower population density.Revised
150Version 1Hill, French (AR)RepublicanRequires that any new funding for rental assistance be used solely for rental arrear payments.Submitted
151Version 1Tiffany, Thomas (WI)RepublicanAuthorizes construction and operation of the Keystone XL pipeline and declares that a Presidential permit is not required.Submitted
152Version 2Grothman (WI)RepublicanRevised Prohibits any federal funds from being used to bail out underfunded public-employee pension plans.Revised
153Version 1Rice, Tom (SC)RepublicanCreates the Healthy Workplaces Tax Credit which is a 50% payroll tax credit to be provided to businesses making adjustments to protect their employees from COVID-19 such as reconfiguring their workplaces, and upgrading their technology.Submitted
154Version 1Luetkemeyer (MO)RepublicanRequires all funds appropriated for the State Small Business Credit Initiative Act must be disbursed to the states within 60 days of enactment.Submitted
155Version 2Clyde (GA)RepublicanRevised Requires the inspector general of the Department of the Treasury to monitor and oversee funds going to all CRF recipients – state, local and tribal governments, territories, and nongovernmental entities such as nonprofits groups.Revised
156Version 1Rose, John (TN)RepublicanAdds a sense of Congress that the transportation services funding appropriated in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 should be distributed to eligible providers no later than March 31, 2021.Submitted
157Version 2Herrell (NM)RepublicanRevised Mandates that 25% of any unspent CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) funds held by a state recipient, must be shared fairly and equitably with units of local government.Revised
158Version 2Keller (PA)RepublicanRevised Requires the Department of Treasury to provide new Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) payments directly to any county, municipality, or locality rather than funneling through the state governments.Revised
159Version 2Mace (SC)RepublicanRevised Prohibits a state or locality from receiving additional funding under the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) payments unless the state or locality has obligated the entirety of the funds it already received under the CARES Act.Revised
160Version 2Mace (SC)RepublicanRevised Prevents any funds in the Act from being used in duplicate of other COVID-relief funds.Revised
161Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratAdds COVID-19 surveillance testing as an eligible expense for reimbursement by FEMA.Submitted
162Version 1Joyce, John (PA), Estes (KS), Carter, Buddy (GA), Harris (MD), Burgess (TX), Wenstrup (OH), Babin (TX), Bucshon (IN), Dunn (FL), Ferguson (GA), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Van Drew (NJ), Harshbarger (TN), Miller-Meeks (IA), DesJarlais (TN), Green, Mark (TN), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanEnsures the bill does not go into effect until the Medicare trustee confirms it does not negatively impact the Medicare Trust Fund or reduce payments to healthcare providers and rural hospitals.Submitted
163Version 1Joyce, John (PA), McKinley (WV), Carter, Buddy (GA), Harshbarger (TN), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Babin (TX), Dunn (FL)RepublicanDelays the automatic Medicare Sequester cuts to providers for the duration of the National Emergency Declaration on Covid-19Submitted
164Version 1Joyce, John (PA), Carter, Buddy (GA), Babin (TX), Dunn (FL), Wenstrup (OH)RepublicanStrikes Section 3061 consisting of ACA Exchange subsidy dollars and directs that funding to the Strategic National StockpileSubmitted
165Version 2Franklin (FL)RepublicanRevised This amendment to Section 5001 would require any applicant for Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) funds to have their Governor or Chief Executive certify that the State, in fact, needs these funds. Further, the State must provide its balance sheet, a list of the intended uses, and any additional information the Department of Treasury determines to prove the need for these funds, to the Department of Treasury, to Committee on Oversight and Reform, and the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.Revised
166Version 1Donalds (FL), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Balderson (OH), Norman (SC), Babin (TX)RepublicanAdds a condition to the minimum wage increase in Title II so that, prior to the increase, the Secretary of Labor must certify to Congress that such wage increase would not A) result in an increase in the cost of living for low- and middle-income families, B) reduce employment in the US, or C) result in the reduction of compensation to any employee of a small business.Submitted
167Version 1McMorris Rodgers (WA), Foxx (NC), Walorski (IN), McCarthy (CA), Scalise (LA), Cheney (WY), Smith, Christopher (NJ), Aderholt (AL), Allen (GA), Amodei (NV), Armstrong (ND), Arrington (TX), Babin (TX), Bacon (NE), Baird (IN), Balderson (OH), Banks (IN), Barr (KY), Bentz (OR), Bergman (MI), Bice (OK), Biggs (AZ), Bilirakis (FL), Bishop, Dan (NC), Boebert, Lauren (CO), Bost (IL), Brady (TX), Brooks, Mo (AL), Buck (CO), Bucshon (IN), Budd (NC), Burchett (TN), Burgess (TX), Calvert (CA), Cammack, Kat (FL), Carl, Jerry (AL), Carter, Buddy (GA), Carter, John (TX), Chabot (OH), Cline (VA), Cloud (TX), Clyde (GA), Cole (OK), Comer (KY), Crawford (AR), Crenshaw (TX), Curtis (UT), Davidson (OH), Davis, Rodney (IL), Donalds (FL), Duncan (SC), Dunn (FL), Emmer (MN), Estes (KS), Fallon (TX), Feenstra (IA), Ferguson (GA), Fischbach (MN), Fitzgerald (WI), Fleischmann (TN), Fortenberry (NE), Franklin (FL), Fulcher (ID), Gaetz (FL), Garbarino (NY), Garcia, Mike (CA), Gibbs (OH), Gohmert (TX), Gonzalez, Anthony (OH), Gonzales, Tony (TX), González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR), Good (VA), Gooden (TX), Gosar (AZ), Granger (TX), Graves, Garret (LA), Graves, Sam (MO), Grothman (WI), Guest (MS), Guthrie (KY), Hagedorn (MN), Harris (MD), Harshbarger (TN), Hartzler (MO), Hern (OK), Herrell (NM), Herrera Beutler (WA), Hice (GA), Higgins, Clay (LA), Hinson (IA), Hollingsworth (IN), Hudson (NC), Huizenga (MI), Issa (CA), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Jacobs, Chris (NY), Johnson, Bill (OH), Johnson, Dusty (SD), Johnson, Mike (LA), Jordan (OH), Joyce, David (OH), Joyce, John (PA), Keller (PA), Kelly, Trent (MS), Kelly, Mike (PA), Kim, Young (CA), Kinzinger (IL), Kustoff (TN), LaHood (IL), LaMalfa (CA), Lamborn (CO), Latta (OH), LaTurner (KS), Lesko (AZ), Long (MO), Loudermilk (GA), Luetkemeyer (MO), Mace (SC), Mann (KS), Mast (FL), McCaul (TX), McClain (MI), McClintock (CA), McHenry (NC), McKinley (WV), Meijer (MI), Meuser (PA), Miller (WV), Miller, Mary (IL), Miller-Meeks (IA), Moolenaar (MI), Mooney (WV), Moore, Barry (AL), Moore, Blake (UT), Mullin (OK), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Newhouse (WA), Norman (SC), Obernolte, Jay (CA), Owens (UT), Palazzo (MS), Palmer (AL), Pence (IN), Perry (PA), Pfluger (TX), Posey (FL), Reed (NY), Reschenthaler (PA), Rice, Tom (SC), Rogers, Harold (KY), Rogers, Mike (AL), Rose, John (TN), Rosendale (MT), Rouzer (NC), Roy (TX), Rutherford (FL), Salazar (FL), Schweikert (AZ), Scott, Austin (GA), Sessions (TX), Simpson (ID), Smith, Adrian (NE), Smith, Jason (MO), Smucker (PA), Spartz (IN), Stauber (MN), Steel, Michelle (CA), Stefanik (NY), Steil (WI), Steube (FL), Stewart (UT), Stivers (OH), Taylor (TX), Greene (GA), Tenney, Claudia (NY), Thompson, Glenn (PA), Tiffany, Thomas (WI), Timmons (SC), Turner (OH), Upton (MI), Valadao (CA), Van Duyne (TX), Wagner (MO), Walberg (MI), Waltz (FL), Weber (TX), Wenstrup (OH), Williams (TX), Wilson, Joe (SC), Wittman (VA), Womack (AR), Young (AK), Nunes (CA), Cawthorn (NC), Lucas (OK), Westerman (AR), Nehls (TX), Malliotakis (NY), Gallagher (WI), Hill, French (AR), Van Drew (NJ), Green, Mark (TN), Zeldin (NY), Buchanan (FL), Webster (FL), Massie (KY), Katko (NY)RepublicanPrevents taxpayer dollars under the new COBRA credit and current law premium assistance tax credits from being used to subsidize health insurance plans that cover elective abortion, and also prohibits the use of taxpayer dollars authorized for public health grants and the delivery of health services that are not directly related to preventing and treating COVID-19, to be used for elective abortions.Submitted
168Version 1Donalds (FL), Franklin (FL)RepublicanLowers the income phase-out for relief checks so that taxpayers filing jointly making up to just under $200,000 would not receive a stimulus payment, and instead tie the phase-outs to the Social Security Administration’s National Wage Index value for 2019.Submitted
169Version 1Donalds (FL), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Franklin (FL), Babin (TX)RepublicanAmends section 9704 of Title IX so that the money used toward pensions is instead used as a tax credit for the middle class.Submitted
170Version 1Posey (FL)RepublicanRequires State unemployment offices to compare unemployment applicants’ names to rosters of Federal and State prisoners and provide matches to law enforcement. Benefits paid in error and recovered would be credited to the Federal government.Submitted
171Version 1Donalds (FL), Franklin (FL)RepublicanAdds a condition to all of Title III that states that no funds made available pursuant to this title may be used for any purpose other than critical and necessary prevention, or critical and necessary health care treatment, of COVID–19 in the United States.Submitted
172Version 1Posey (FL)RepublicanRequires reimbursement for COVID-19 testing and treatment and reporting of COVID-19 cases and deaths to be based on tests approved by the Food and Drug Administration.Submitted
173Version 1Donalds (FL), Jackson, Ronny (TX)RepublicanStrikes Part II (sections 2021 through 2024) of Subtitle A, Title II, which provides funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for Humanities, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.Submitted
174Version 1Issa (CA)RepublicanRequires commercial airlines to not charge accompanied minors (up to age 14) for picking seats next to their parent/guardian on an airplane. The age requirement would be consistent with current airline protocol of a child (up to age 14). The timeline would be as long as the airlines are receiving government subsidies related to COVID-19.Submitted
175Version 1Issa (CA), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Mast (FL), Perry (PA)RepublicanModerates U.S. contributions to the Global Fund to $1 billion until the Global Fund has received $1 billion from other donors.Submitted
176Version 1Carter, Buddy (GA), Van Drew (NJ), Harshbarger (TN), Murphy, Gregory (NC), McKinley (WV), Dunn (FL), Harris (MD), Burgess (TX), Wenstrup (OH), Babin (TX), Bucshon (IN), Ferguson (GA), Joyce, John (PA), Miller-Meeks (IA), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Joyce, David (OH), DesJarlais (TN), Green, Mark (TN), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanMakes changes to the administration and management of the Strategic National Stockpile. Among these changes, the bill authorizes through September 30, 2023, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to transfer supplies from the stockpile to any federal departments or agencies under certain conditions. HHS must also ensure the contents of the stockpile remain in working order and may enter into maintenance service contracts to carry out this requirement. Furthermore, as part of its management of the stockpile, HHS must establish and maintain domestic reserves of certain supplies, including by entering into cooperative agreements or partnerships to access facilities and equipment to produce these supplies. The authority for such agreements and partnerships terminates on September 30, 2023. Additionally, the bill temporarily authorizes HHS to award grants to states for maintaining stockpiles of certain equipment and supplies for use during public health emergencies. HHS must also develop transparent processes for the use and distribution of supplies from the stockpile that address, for example, the prioritization of requests. Additionally, during the COVID-19 (i.e., coronavirus disease 2019) emergency, the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response must report monthly on requests for supplies from states, tribes, and other jurisdictions. These reports must include the rationale for any partially fulfilled or denied requests.Lastly, the Government Accountability Office must study the feasibility of establishing user fees to offset costs for procuring single-source materials for, and distributing such materials from, the stockpile.Submitted
177Version 1Tenney, Claudia (NY), Scalise (LA), Garbarino (NY), Stefanik (NY), Zeldin (NY)RepublicanRequires States to comply with data requests pertaining to COVID-19 from federal agencies, or the State will be prohibited from receiving funding from any COVID-19 relief bills. Funds that are withheld from State authorities will bypass the State and go directly to local governments.Submitted
178Version 1Kustoff (TN)RepublicanRevises PPP Eligibility for Farmers and Ranchers to clarify that Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) payments may not be used for calculating gross receipts to determine the eligibility for a covered loan under Small Business Act.Submitted
179Version 1Carter, Buddy (GA), Van Drew (NJ), Harshbarger (TN), Murphy, Gregory (NC), McKinley (WV), Harris (MD), Westerman (AR), Joyce, John (PA), Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanRequires that certain negotiated prices for covered drugs under the Medicare prescription drug benefit be disclosed at the point-of-sale. Specifically, negotiated prices offered under a prescription drug plan (PDP) must be disclosed at the point-of-sale; the disclosed price must include specified adjustments, payments, and fees that are negotiated with the pharmacy (e.g., dispensing fees) by the PDP sponsor or pharmacy benefit manager. Additionally, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services must establish certain quality measures for PDP sponsors to use when determining incentive payments and adjustments (e.g., performance payments) to pharmacies.Submitted
180Version 1Carter, Buddy (GA), Van Drew (NJ), Harshbarger (TN), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Dunn (FL), Joyce, John (PA)RepublicanAdds $500,000,000 for outreach and vaccinations to minority and underserved communities with low rates of vaccination.Submitted
181Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanPermits a state to use transit funds for another transportation purposes under Title 23 if it provides higher benefit to cost ratio.Submitted
182Version 1Carter, Buddy (GA), Van Drew (NJ), Harshbarger (TN), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Dunn (FL), McKinley (WV), Joyce, John (PA)RepublicanReserves $10,000,000,000 for assisting States in testing teachers and school personnel for Covid-19 for the purposes of reopening schools.Submitted
183Version 1Carter, Buddy (GA), Van Drew (NJ), Harshbarger (TN), Murphy, Gregory (NC), McKinley (WV), Dunn (FL)RepublicanIncentivizes domestic manufacturing of drugs, API, PPE, and diagnostics through a new tax credit that would apply to manufacturers in eligible U.S. Opportunity Zones. It also streamlines FDA standardization processes for overseeing pharmaceutical manufacturing and the supply chain.Submitted
184Version 1Greene (GA), Roy (TX)RepublicanAllows federal funds for K-12 education to follow the eligible child, regardless of whether the child is in public school, private school, or homeschool.Submitted
185Version 1Luetkemeyer (MO)RepublicanCreates equal distribution of federal funding for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund.Submitted
186Version 1Bishop, Dan (NC), Joyce, John (PA), Guthrie (KY), Harris (MD)RepublicanRequires the Secretary of Education to reserve 10% of funds appropriated for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund for Opportunity Grants. Grants would be available to families in school districts that have not provided in-person instruction in a manner consistent with the 2019-2020 school year and could be used for costs associated with private school tuition, learning pods, micro schools, homeschooling and educational materials.Submitted
187Version 2Good (VA), Hice (GA), Moore, Barry (AL), Salazar (FL)RepublicanRevised Prohibits eligibility of any local or state government to receive funding from the coronavirus relief fund if they have restrictions that prevent small businesses from opening or operating.Revised
188Version 1Issa (CA)RepublicanProviding for a 3-month delay for the recoupment of certain payments made under the accelerated or advance payment programs under the medicare program.Submitted
189Version 1Hill, French (AR)RepublicanClarifies that businesses involved in the Keystone Pipeline project may still get the loans and credit they need through the SSBC to take care of their employees.Submitted
190Version 1Barr (KY), Perry (PA), Wagner (MO), Duncan (SC), Guest (MS), Baird (IN), Mast (FL), Joyce, David (OH), Hinson (IA), Johnson, Bill (OH), Balderson (OH)RepublicanProhibits any funding in this act from being made available to any enterprise, agency, or instrumentality owned by the Government of the People’s Republic of China or the Chinese Communist Party.Submitted
191Version 1Thompson, Glenn (PA), Allen (GA), Bacon (NE), Baird (IN), Balderson (OH), Cammack, Kat (FL), Cloud (TX), Crawford (AR), Davis, Rodney (IL), DesJarlais (TN), Feenstra (IA), Fischbach (MN), Hagedorn (MN), Hartzler (MO), Jacobs, Chris (NY), Johnson, Dusty (SD), Kelly, Trent (MS), LaMalfa (CA), Mann (KS), Miller, Mary (IL), Moore, Barry (AL), Rouzer (NC), Scott, Austin (GA), Cheney (WY), Emmer (MN), McKinley (WV), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Newhouse (WA)RepublicanMakes critical investments in programs which serve rural families, businesses, and communities by providing assistance for biofuels producers, producers suffering disaster losses, rural hospitals and educational facilities, rural broadband services, and rural utility providers and businesses.Submitted
192Version 1Hill, French (AR), Meuser (PA), Turner (OH)RepublicanClarifies that businesses that qualify for the Second Draw PPP can calculate their gross receipts based off of any 90 day period and does not need to be tied to a quarter calendar.Submitted
193Version 1Bucshon (IN), Burgess (TX)RepublicanHolds public officials, or those who were running for public office, accountable for spreading vaccine misinformation by having the individual retract his/her words or do a PSA.Submitted
194Version 1Barr (KY), Perry (PA), Wagner (MO), Duncan (SC), Guest (MS), Balderson (OH), Lamborn (CO), Comer (KY), Mast (FL), Joyce, David (OH), Johnson, Bill (OH)RepublicanProhibits any funding in this act from being made available to any NGO, contractor, or grantee that promotes the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movements against the State of Israel.Submitted
195Version 1Higgins, Clay (LA)RepublicanProhibits funding to any jurisdiction that reduces its relative budget allocation for law enforcement activities at any point in the period between May 1, 2020, and the present.Submitted
196Version 1Fulcher (ID)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Requires a study on the impact of Executive Order 13390, "Protecting Public Health and the Environment and Restoring Science to Tackle the Climate Crisis and Executive Order 14008, "Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad" and their impact on existing and planned jobs.Submitted
197Version 1Higgins, Clay (LA)RepublicanProhibits implementation of any project or policy, or funds any grants or contracts, that advances the Paris Climate Accords.Submitted
198Version 1Fulcher (ID)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Provides funding to keep National Parks and Public Lands open during the COVID-19 Pandemic.Submitted
199Version 1Gottheimer (NJ), Reed (NY)Bi-PartisanDenies individuals currently incarcerated for a felony with a prison sentence longer than one year the $1,400 COVID relief stimulus checks unless they designate those checks to go to another person for the purposes of paying child support.Submitted
200Version 1Higgins, Clay (LA)RepublicanProhibits funding for implementation of any project or policy that restricts or otherwise bans oil and gas exploration (fracking).Submitted
201Version 1Feenstra (IA), Hinson (IA), Miller-Meeks (IA)RepublicanMakes assistance available to agricultural producers who suffered disaster losses in 2020, including losses due to high winds and derechos.Submitted
202Version 1Bucshon (IN), Harris (MD), Burgess (TX), Wenstrup (OH), Babin (TX), Carter, Buddy (GA), Dunn (FL), Ferguson (GA), Joyce, John (PA), Harshbarger (TN), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Green, Mark (TN), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Van Drew (NJ), Miller-Meeks (IA), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanAdds good Samaritan liability protections for medical volunteers in all public health emergencies.Submitted
203Version 1Williams (TX)RepublicanCreates a program to help student's deal with the high costs of higher education.Submitted
204Version 1Hagedorn (MN), Budd (NC), Bacon (NE), LaMalfa (CA), Allen (GA), Perry (PA)RepublicanPrevents any funds from being obligated until 90% of current COVID-19 relief funds allocated by Congress have been expended on a program-by-program basis. Does not apply to any funds appropriated for COVID vaccine deployment, testing, or PPE.Submitted
205Version 1Malliotakis (NY), McCaul (TX), Chabot (OH), Zeldin (NY), Wagner (MO), Green, Mark (TN), Kim, Young (CA), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Mast (FL), Issa (CA), Wilson, Joe (SC), Tenney, Claudia (NY), Barr (KY), Salazar (FL), Burchett (TN)RepublicanTransfers $16,000,000 of the $3.5 billion allocated to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria’s COVID-19 Response Mechanism to the Bureau of Medical Services at the State Department to cover the costs of COVID-19 vaccinations of the workforces of State, USAID, and MCC.Submitted
206Version 1Westerman (AR)RepublicanEstablishes a Frontline Healthcare Workers and First Responders Public Access Fund to promote and ensure public access to Federal lands for frontline healthcare workers and first responders responding to COVID-19 and waves entrance feeds at park units.Submitted
207Version 1Westerman (AR)RepublicanDirects $1m to assess the impact of the President Biden's climate change executive orders on the imports of oil, natural gas, coal, and critical minerals by the country of origin.Submitted
208Version 1Reed (NY), Joyce, John (PA), Ferguson (GA), Dunn (FL), Carter, Buddy (GA), Wenstrup (OH), Jackson, Ronny (TX), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Harris (MD)RepublicanConditions nursing home funds in the bill on governors signing an attestation that nursing home data reporting has been accurate and will continue to be accurate and requires that GAO investigate any significant past or future nursing home data reporting discrepancies.Submitted
209Version 1Davis, Rodney (IL), Peters (CA)Bi-PartisanPrevents discrimination of wage increases for employees who work at franchise businesses. Applies where a state or municipal government has decided to increase the minimum wage.Submitted
210Version 1Miller-Meeks (IA), Carter, Buddy (GA), Babin (TX), Murphy, Gregory (NC), Wenstrup (OH), Dunn (FL), Harris (MD), Burgess (TX), Bucshon (IN), Ferguson (GA), Joyce, John (PA), Harshbarger (TN), DesJarlais (TN), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanAllocates funding to carry out diagnostic standardized testing to evaluate where American children are scholastically after a year of COVID-19 and prevents school districts from being penalized for conducting this testing by federal accountability requirements.Submitted
211Version 1Moore, Blake (UT)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Makes the National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass available, without charge, to any schoolchildren throughout the duration of the COVID–19 pandemic.Submitted
212Version 1Moore, Blake (UT)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Conducts a study to understand whether Executive Order 13390 and Executive Order 14008 will increase our dependence on foreign oil and how that might impact our national security.Submitted
213Version 1Moore, Blake (UT)RepublicanAppropriates funding for K-12 schools in States that received Federal mineral revenues in the last fiscal year to offset revenues lost as a result of Executive Order 13990 and Executive Order 14008.Submitted
214Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Establishes the Energy Poverty Research Fund to study and recommend solutions for at-risk communities which are unable to afford standard heating and electric needs.Submitted
215Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Analyzes the impacts of Executive Orders regarding the domestic production of oil, natural gas, and critical minerals on the ability of the United States to domestically produce PPE to respond to COVID.Submitted
216Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanSECOND DEGREE Creates a set aside for workers in the energy sector displaced or laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic or by Executive Orders related to U.S. energy policy.Submitted
217Version 1Ferguson (GA)RepublicanRedirects $10,000,000,000 of funds obligated to the Butch Lewis pension payments towards vaccines for rural and underserved areas and mental health programs and limit the amount of a payment to plans to the amount necessary to pay benefits up to the PBGC guarantee level until 2051; and narrows the window so that only plans that qualify as of the date of introduction of the American Rescue Plan Act.Submitted
218Version 3Gosar (AZ)RepublicanRevised Strikes sections 1005, 2021, 2022, 2023, 3002, 3013, 3036, 7006(b)(4)(A)(i), 7005, and 9704 and increases recovery rebates to individuals up to $10,000 for Americans unemployed due to COVID-19 and for lower income Americans continuing to work through the pandemic.Revised
219Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanMakes funds available to ensure the efficiency of commercial freight in waterways and harbors during the pandemic.Submitted
220Version 1Meuser (PA)RepublicanAllows for any funds distributed to state and local governments to be used for transportation and infrastructure projects, including but not limited to, the improvement, repair, and development of roads, railways, tunnels, bridges, electrical grids, and broadband infrastructure.Submitted
221Version 2Good (VA)RepublicanRevised Prohibition on funding for Congressional Earmarks - No fund authorized or appropriated by this Act may be obligated if it is a Congressional earmark, as defined under House or Senate rules.Revised