H.R. 3746 - Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2023

Bill Text

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    (as introduced)

Rule Information

REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE of 7-6 on Tuesday, May 30, 2023.

Agreed to by a record vote of 241-187 on Wednesday, May 31, 2023.

MANAGERS: Cole/McGovern


Closed rule for H.R. 3746.


Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.


Provides that the amendment printed in the Rules Committee report accompanying the resolution shall be considered as adopted.


Provides that the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.


Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended. 


Provides one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Ways and Means or their respective designees.


Provides one motion to recommit.

Amendments (click headers to sort)

#Version #Sponsor(s)PartySummaryStatus
1Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanWithdrawn Rescinds all unobligated funds appropriated or otherwise made available for activities of the Internal Revenue Service by Section 10301 of Public Law 117-169.Withdrawn
2Version 1Ogles (TN), Pfluger (TX), Boebert (CO)RepublicanBrings down the debt limit increase from $4 trillion to $1.5 trillion.Submitted
3Version 2Ogles (TN)RepublicanRevised Repeals the Inflation "Reduction" Act of 2022 and rescinds unobligated balances.Revised
4Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanProhibits the use of federal funds (through FY25) to hire any additional IRS employees than were employed by the Agency on August 16, 2022 (date that the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 was signed into law).Submitted
5Version 1Good (VA)RepublicanSUBSTITUTE Strikes the bill and inserts the Full Faith and Credit Act, prioritizing obligations on the debt for funding for the military, veterans and seniors.Submitted
6Version 1Good (VA), Boebert (CO)RepublicanInserts the Student Loan portion of the Limit, Save, Grow Act overturning President Biden's student loan actions.Submitted
7Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanRepeals the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 and the National Environmental Policy Act.Submitted
8Version 1Sessions (TX)RepublicanThis amendment would rescind all unobligated funding for non-taxpayer services provided to the Internal Revenue Service in the Inflation Reduction Act.Submitted
9Version 1Self (TX)RepublicanWithdrawn Strikes section 324, which expedites completion of the Mountain Valley pipeline.Withdrawn
10Version 1McClellan (VA), Scott (VA), Beyer (VA), Spanberger (VA), Wexton (VA), Connolly (VA)DemocratStrikes Section 324 related to expediting the completion of the Mountain Valley Pipeline.Submitted
11Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanReplaces sec. 401 (the debt limit extension) with a debt limit increase of $29 billion.Submitted
12Version 1Perry (PA), Boebert (CO)RepublicanSUBSTITUTE Strikes all and inserts the Limit Save Grow Act.Submitted
13Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanMakes all TANF provisions effective October 1, 2024Submitted
14Version 1Perry (PA), Good (VA)RepublicanInserts Title III (Repeal Market Distorting Green Tax Credits) of the Limit Save Grow Act (HR 2811)Submitted
15Version 1Perry (PA), Good (VA)RepublicanRepeals certain energy tax credits.Submitted
16Version 1Perry (PA), Good (VA)RepublicanPage 60, line 25, after ‘‘rule’’, insert ‘‘(or a substantially similar executive action or rule)’’.Submitted
17Version 1Brecheen (OK), Boebert (CO)RepublicanStrikes the TANF provisions of Fiscal Responsibility Act (Sections 301 - 305) and inserts TANF provisions of Limit, Save, Grow Act.Submitted
18Version 1Pettersen (CO)DemocratReturns the individual tax rate for those earning more than $1 million per year to 39.6%.Submitted
19Version 1Brecheen (OK), Boebert (CO)RepublicanStrikes SNAP exemptions (Sections 311 and 312) of Fiscal Responsibility Act and inserts SNAP exemptions from Limit, Save, Grow Act.Submitted
20Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanPushes up the debt ceiling date to September 30, 2024.Submitted
21Version 1Perry (PA), Good (VA)RepublicanRepeals tax credits related to biofuels.Submitted
22Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanProhibits funding for the United States Agency for Global Media for Fiscal Years 2024 and 2025.Submitted
23Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanProhibits funding for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms in Fiscal Years 2024 and 2025.Submitted
24Version 1Williams (NY)RepublicanWithdrawn Streamlines the permitting process for CHIPS Act projects. Provides short-term relief to projects currently under construction, as well as future expansion projects, from the regulatory requirements under NEPA. Provides long-term authorities under the CHIPS for America Act statute to allow the Department of Commerce to, as necessary, carry out NEPA reviews for future semiconductor manufacturing projects which seek federal incentives.Withdrawn
25Version 2Ogles (TN)RepublicanRevised Strikes the entire bill and allows for a temporary increase in the debt ceiling through June 30, 2023.Revised
26Version 1Higgins (LA)RepublicanWithdrawn Replaces the partial rescission of unobligated coronavirus funds with a full rescission from the Limit, Save, Grow Act.Withdrawn
27Version 1Pressley (MA)DemocratStrikes title IV related to termination of student debt payment pause.Submitted
28Version 1Crockett (TX)DemocratExtending the date to 120 days after June 30, 2023 for waivers and modifications.Submitted
29Version 1Grijalva (AZ)DemocratStrikes title III of division C of the bill.Submitted
30Version 1Cammack (FL)RepublicanAdds the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act of 2023 at the end of the bill.Submitted
31Version 1Roy (TX)RepublicanStrikes permitting reform title.Submitted
32Version 1Crockett (TX)DemocratChanges the caseload reduction reference year for TANF work requirements to 2010 from 2015.Submitted
33Version 1Grothman (WI), Good (VA)RepublicanProhibits federal funds from being used by any federal agency to train or advance any employees to carry out activities related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).Submitted
34Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanInserts Section 101 of the Limit, Save, Grow Act to set Discretionary Spending Limits that limits future spending by returning discretionary spending to pre-pandemic levels while maintaining a strong national defense and protecting Medicare and Social Security.Submitted
35Version 2Boebert (CO)RepublicanRevised Strikes Sections 321, 322, and 323 and inserts the Lower Energy Costs Act to increase domestic energy production and exportation, reduce regulatory burdens, and reform permitting across all sectors of the economy to result in $3.4 billion in savings.Revised
36Version 1Higgins (LA)RepublicanReplaces the partial rescission of unobligated coronavirus funds with a full rescission from the Limit, Save, Grow Act. Rescinds balances made available to the Internal Revenue Service by Public Law 117-169.Submitted
37Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanStrikes Titles I and II of Division C and inserts reasonable work requirements on SNAP, TANF, and Medicaid to lift people out of poverty, grow the workforce, and reduce federal entitlement spending likely resulting in $120.1 billion in savings.Submitted
38Version 1Boebert (CO), Good (VA)RepublicanInserts the REINS Act to require Congressional approval of any federal regulation that has an economic effect of at least $100 million, spurring economic growth and reducing the burden on small businesses and families.Submitted
39Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanInserts Section 201 of the Limit, Save, Grow Act to rescind unobligated COVID funds to result in $29.5 billion in immediate savings.Submitted
40Version 1Gosar (AZ)RepublicanProhibits national emergency expenditures from spending caps.Submitted
41Version 1Brecheen (OK), Boebert (CO)RepublicanInserts Medicaid work requirements from the Limit Save Grow Act.Submitted
42Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanInserts Division B Title III of the Limit, Save, Grow Act to repeal federal spending on Green New Deal tax credits resulting in $569.5 billion in savings.Submitted
43Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanRequires any future pauses on Student Loan Repayment to be approved by Congress.Submitted
44Version 1Gosar (AZ)RepublicanProhibiting the implementation of the ATF Rule factoring criteria for firearms with attached “pistol braces.”Submitted
45Version 1Clyde (GA)RepublicanRescinds funds for the IRS that was authorized in the Inflation Reduction Act.Submitted
46Version 1Biggs (AZ), Cloud (TX), Boebert (CO), Donalds (FL)RepublicanStrikes waivers, exemptions, prohibition on judicial review, and sunset provisions of Title III - Statutory Administrative Pay-As-You-Go.Submitted
47Version 1LaLota (NY), D'Esposito (NY), Lawler (NY), Molinaro (NY)RepublicanInserts the text of the SALT Fairness and Deficit Reduction Act, which would raise and extend the SALT cap to $60,000 for single filers and $120,000 for joint filers until January 1, 2033.Submitted
48Version 2Biggs (AZ), Boebert (CO), Good (VA)RepublicanSUBSTITUTE Revised Strikes the bill and replaces with the Biden Time Act, which rescinds unobligated coronavirus funds and IRS funding made available in the Inflation Reduction Act and directs funds to pay down the national debt.Revised
49Version 1Biggs (AZ)RepublicanStrikes discretionary spending limits and replaces with discretionary spending limits set at Fiscal Year 2019 levels.Submitted
50Version 1Biggs (AZ)RepublicanAmends Sec. 102 to reduce appropriations by 14 percent if Congress is operating under a Continuing Resolution at the start of Fiscal Year 2024 or Fiscal Year 2025.Submitted
51Version 1Massie (KY)RepublicanWithdrawn Would require the Treasury to prioritize payment of obligations using a five-tiered payment structure if total debt subject to limit is at the statutory maximum. Tier I would include payments for public debt, Social Security, and Medicare; Tier II would include payments for obligations of the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs; Tier III would include payments for obligations of any program not in a designated tier; Tier IV would include payments for certain federal employee union activities, executive branch travel, and compensation of the President, Vice President and some political appointees; and Tier V would include compensation to Members of Congress.Withdrawn
52Version 1Gosar (AZ)RepublicanProhibiting funding for a new FBI building and cutting the funding of the FBI by 50%.Submitted
53Version 1Crockett (TX)DemocratProviding langauge that would restricit new work requirements to future enrollees/benefit recieipients.Submitted
54Version 1Levin (CA), Casten (IL), Huffman (CA), Quigley (IL), Tonko (NY), Castor (FL), Clarke (NY)DemocratStrikes Section 322 (Interregional Transfer Capability Determination Study)Submitted
55Version 1Casten (IL), Levin (CA)DemocratStrikes section 322, the Interregional Transfer Capability Determination Study, and inserts language requiring the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to establish minimum transfer capability requirements between transmission planning regions.Submitted
56Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratAdds a provision to extend exemption regarding current work requirement exemptions in the Food and Nutrition Act for a parent or person responsible for dependent child up to age 24 in SNAP household.Submitted
57Version 2Williams (NY)RepublicanRevised Streamlines the permitting process for facilities in New York by stating a project shall not be considered to be a major Federal action under NEPA if the laws and regulations of the State in which the facility is or will be located are functionally equivalent to the requirements under NEPA.Revised
58Version 1Crockett (TX)DemocratRequiring the IRS Inspector General to issue a report on the agency's ability to prevent tax payer waste through fraudulent refunds.Submitted
59Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratExtends former foster care exemption to all individuals 24 or younger under state custody and aging out of services.Submitted
60Version 1Crockett (TX)DemocratDirects the Secretary of USDA to promulgate age-based eligibility change notice requirements which state agencies must implement and be certified in compliance with before changing the status of anyone in their state's benefits as a result of the changes made under Section 311 of Title II of Division C of the Act.Submitted
61Version 1Crockett (TX)DemocratWithdrawn Requires the IRS OIG to issue a report on the impact of the rescission of funds from the IRS.Withdrawn
62Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratEliminates SNAP eligibility disqualifications based on criminal convictionsSubmitted
63Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratEliminates SNAP eligibility disqualifications based on child support arrears.Submitted
64Version 1Wild (PA)DemocratAmends Division C Title II of the bill for the purposes of protecting Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.Submitted
65Version 1Duarte (CA)RepublicanSpecifies that neither the Department of Agriculture nor the Department of the Interior may be required to reinitiate consultation on a land management plan when a species is listed as threatened or endangered, critical habitat is designated, or new information concerning a listed species or critical habitat becomes available.Submitted
66Version 1Cloud (TX)RepublicanRequires the Administration to use all unobligated border wall funding to resume construction of the border wall.Submitted
67Version 1Bush (MO), Lee (CA), Tlaib (MI), Moore (WI), Bowman (NY), Ramirez (IL)DemocratStrikes the provisions relating to work requirements except for the exemptions relating to the unhoused, veterans, and young adults leaving the foster care system.Submitted
68Version 1Rosendale (MT)RepublicanStrikes the 7.3 billion in exceptions for COVID-19 testing and contact tracing.Submitted
69Version 1Cloud (TX)RepublicanEnsures that the IRS reallocate $20 billion in FY 2024 and FY 2025 to debt reduction.Submitted
70Version 1Rosendale (MT)RepublicanWithdrawn Inserts Sense of Congress from the Limit Save Grow Act disapproving the revocation of the Presidential Permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline.Withdrawn
71Version 1Rosendale (MT)RepublicanThe amendment strikes language that lifts the debt ceiling until January 1, 2025, and inserts language from the Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023 that raises the debt ceiling until March 31, 2024, or $1.5 trillion, whichever comes first.Submitted
72Version 1Rosendale (MT)RepublicanInserts language which allows for the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline without a Presidential Permit.Submitted
73Version 1Rosendale (MT)RepublicanWithdrawn Inserts a Sense of Congress that the billions of dollars appropriated towards the Oracle Cerner Electronic Health Record system has harmed veterans, and money could be better spent on programs that benefit veterans, such as the Southwest Montana Veterans Home.Withdrawn
74Version 1Good (VA)RepublicanExtends 1% spending caps on security and non-security spending through FY2029.Submitted
75Version 1Grothman (WI)Republicanapplies work requirements to the section 8 housing program.Submitted
76Version 2Palmer (AL)RepublicanRevised Revises the waiver requirements and judicial review sections of the Administrative PAYGO section to limit OMB's waiver of PAYGO rules and make them subject to judicial review.Revised
77Version 2Palmer (AL)RepublicanRevised Limits the new work requirements exemption for homeless, veterans, and former foster care youth to those groups if participating in rehab.Revised
78Version 1Van Drew (NJ), Smith (NJ)RepublicanExempts offshore offshore wind energy development from Sec. 321 through 323 until the Comptroller General of the United States publishes a report assessing potential adverse effects of wind energy development in the North Atlantic Planning AreaSubmitted
79Version 1Good (VA)RepublicanAmends the Short Title of the bill to read "Cap and Rescind Act"Submitted
80Version 1Donalds (FL)RepublicanUses rescinded IRS funds for border security purposesSubmitted
81Version 1Smith (MO)RepublicanMANAGER’S AMENDMENT Makes technical corrections to the bill.Considered as Adopted