WASHINGTON, DC — Rules Committee Chairman James P.
WASHINGTON, DC — On the House Floor today, Rules Committee Chairman James P. McGovern (D-MA) managed a rule for consideration of H. Res. 271, a resolution condemning the Trump administration’s legal campaign to take away Americans’ health care.
WASHINGTON, DC — Rules Committee Chairman James P. McGovern (D-MA) today welcomed two new Majority members appointed to the committee for the 116th Congress: Rep. Ed Perlmutter (CO-07), who also served on the committee during the 111thCongress, and Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11).
The Committee on Rules will meet on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 4:00 PM in H-313, The Capitol on the following measure:
- H.R. 2339 — Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019 [Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2020]
February 4, 2020
AMENDMENT PROCESS FOR
H.R. 2546—Protecting America’s Wilderness Act
The Committee on Rules is likely to meet the week of February 10 to grant a rule that may provide a structured amendment process for floor consideration of H.R. 2546 - Protecting America’s Wilderness Act.
Any Member wishing to offer an amendment must submit a searchable electronic copy of the amendment, which should be provided by the Office of Legislative Counsel, via the Rules Committee’s website. Members must also submit 20 hard copies of the amendment, one copy of a brief factual summary of the amendment, and an amendment login form to the Rules Committee in room H-312 of the Capitol by 10:00 a.m. on Friday, February 7, 2020. Both electronic and hard copies must be received by the date and time specified. Members should draft their amendments to the text of Rules Committee Print 116-50, showing the text of H.R. 2546, H.R. 2250, H.R. 2199, H.R. 2215, H.R. 1708, and H.R. 2642, as ordered reported by the Committee on Natural Resources, with modifications, and which is available on the Rules Committee website.
Members should use the Office of Legislative Counsel to ensure that their amendments are drafted in the most appropriate format. Members should also check with the Congressional Budget Office for a preliminary assessment of their amendments’ budgetary effects. Finally, Members should check with the Office of the Parliamentarian and the Committee on the Budget to be certain their amendments comply with the rules of the House and the Congressional Budget Act. If you have any questions, please contact Rose Laughlin of the Committee staff at 225-9091.
James P. McGovern
Committee on Rules