H.R. 1 Amendments: Amendments to H.R. 1—Full Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011

H.R. 1

Amendments to H.R. 1—Full Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011

Sponsor
Sen. Bernard Sanders

Date
February 16, 2011 (112th Congress, 1st Session)

Staff Contact
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Floor Situation

On Tuesday, February 15, 2011, the House began consideration of H.R. 1, the Full Year Continuing Appropriations Act of 2011. The bill is being considered under a rule providing for one hour of general debate and making in order amendments printed in the Congressional Record by February 15, 2011. Summaries of all 583 amendments printed in the Congressional Record are available below.

Amendments

Amendment No. 1—Rep. Cravaack (R-MN):  The amendment would reduce funds to the United States Institutes of Peace by $42.6 million and increase funds to State, Foreign Operations and related programs by $42.6 million.

Amendment No. 2—Rep. Rooney (R-FL):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Navy and Air Force (Research, Development, Test and Evaluation) by $225 million each.  The funds would be transferred into the Defense spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 3—Rep. Tonko (D-NY):  The amendment would strike the provision restricting certain funds from being used by the EPA to implement, administer, or enforce a change to a rule or guidance document pertaining to the definition of waters under the jurisdiction of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act.

Amendment No. 4—Rep. Tonko (D-NY):  The amendment would strike a provision restricting the use of certain funds for the Weatherization Assistance Program.

Amendment No. 5—Rep. Tonko (D-NY):  The amendment would strike the provision restricting the use of certain funds by the EPA for purposes of enforcing or promulgating any regulation or order relating to, or denying approval of state implementation plans or permits because of the emissions of greenhouse gases due to concerns regarding possible climate change.

Amendment No. 6—Rep. Campbell (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce the total amount made available by the Act (except for amounts for the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and Veterans Affairs) by $16 billion.

Amendment No. 7—Rep. Campbell (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce the total amount otherwise made available by this Act for the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and Veterans Affairs by $14 billion.

Amendment No. 8—Rep. Stearns (R-FL):  The amendment would restrict funds made available in this

Act from being used for the design, renovation, construction, or rental of any headquarters for the United Nations in any location in the United States.

Amendment No. 9—Rep. Stearns (R-FL):  The amendment would restrict funds made available by this Act from being used to implement the Report and Order of the Federal Communication Commission relating to the matter of preserving the open Internet and broadband industry practices.

Amendment No. 10—Rep. Stearns (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to regulate or classify coal combustion residuals as a hazardous waste or material.

Amendment No. 11—Rep. Pence (R-IN):  The amendment would direct that none of the funds made available by this Act may be made available for any purpose to Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. or any of its main affiliates.

Amendment No. 12—Rep. McCarthy (D-NY):  The amendment would increase and decrease by an equivalent amount the funding level for the Department of Justice, Office of Justice, Programs, State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 13—Rep. Rooney (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to implement, administer, or enforce the rule entitled “Water Quality Standards for the State of Florida’s Lakes and Flowing Waters” published in the Federal Register by the Environmental Protection Agency (75 Fed. Reg. 75762 et seq.)

Amendment No. 14—Rep. Andrews (D-NJ):  The amendment would increase the amount of funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs, Medical Services by $9.9 billion with qualifying language that specified amount is used for comprehensive service programs authorized under subchapter II of chapter 20 of title 38, U.S. Code.  The amendment would also enact into law H.R. 601 of the 112th Congress, the “End Big Oil Tax Subsidies Act of 2011,” as introduced on February 10, 2011.  The amendment also would increase the amount of funding for the Financial Service, General Government account by $31 billion.

Amendment No. 15—Rep. Tonko (D-NY):  The amendment would strike section 1844, which states: Notwithstanding section 1101, the level for the first paragraph under the heading ‘‘Social Security Administration, Limitation on Administrative Expenses’’ shall be $10.6 billion.

Amendment No. 16—Rep. Tonko (D-NY):  The amendment would strike section 1846, which states: Of the funds appropriated for ‘‘Social Security Administration, Limitation on Administrative Expenses’’ for fiscal years 2010 and prior years (other than funds appropriated in Public Law 111–5) for investment in information technology and telecommunications hardware and software infrastructure, $500 million is rescinded.

Amendment No. 17—Rep. Tonko (D-NY):  The amendment would strike subsections (a) and (b) of section 1824, which states: (a) The level for “Department of Education, Education for the Disadvantaged” shall be $3.9 billion, of which $3.9 billion shall become available on July 1, 2011, and remain available through September 30, 2012 and an additional $10.8 billion to remain available through September 30, 2012, shall be available on October 1, 2011 for academic year 2011–2012.  Of the amounts available for such heading, $6.4 billion shall be for basic grants under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act; $1.3 billion shall be for concentration grants; (3) $3 billion shall be for targeted grants; (4) $3 billion shall be for education finance incentive grants.  The tenth, eleventh and twelfth provisos under the heading “Department of Education, Education for the Disadvantaged” in division D of Public Law 111–117 shall not apply to funds appropriated by this division.

The amendment would also strike section 1828, which states: The level for “Department of Education, Special Education” shall be $3.4 billion, of which $3.1 billion shall become available on July 1, 2011, and remain available through September 30, 2012, and an additional $8.5 billion available through September 30, 2012, shall be available on October 1, 2011 for academic year 2011–2012.

Amendment No. 18—Rep. Tonko (D-NY):  The amendment would increase the funding level for Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Low Income Home Energy Assistance by $390 million.  The amendment would also strike subsection (b) of section 1817, which states: The second proviso under the heading “Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Low Income Home Energy Assistance” of division D of Public Law 111–117 shall not apply to funds appropriated by this division.

Amendment No. 19—Rep. Tipton (R-CO):  The amendment would reduce all amounts in the bill not directed to Department of Defense, Homeland Security, and Veterans Affairs accounts by 1 percent.

Amendment No. 20—Rep. Maloney (D-NY):  The amendment would strike lines section 2122, which prohibits funds appropriated or otherwise made available by this division for the Department of State, foreign operations, and related programs from being made available for the United Nations Population Fund.

Amendment No. 21—Rep. Hastings (D-FL):  The amendment would increase and decrease by an equivalent amount, the funding level for the Agricultural Programs, Agricultural Research Service, Salaries and Expenses.  The amendment would also increase and decrease by an equivalent amount the funding level for Agricultural Programs, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Salaries and Expenses.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 22—Rep. Hastings (D-FL):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used by the Secretary of the Army to acquire land or construct any building or structure within the town of Lake Park, Florida.

Amendment No. 23—Rep. Hastings (D-FL):  The amendment would reduce the amounts made available to Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Health Resources and Services; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Disease Control, Research, and Training; and National Institutes of Health by $14 million each.  The amendment would also increase the amount made available to Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Health Resources and Services by $42 million.

Amendment No. 24—Rep. Camp (R-MI):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available by this Act from being used for the opening of the locks at the Thomas J. 0 Brien Lock and Dam or the Chicago River Controlling Works, except in the event of flooding or as needed to protect public health and safety.

Amendment No. 25—Rep. Graves (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available by this Act from being used to implement or enforce the Report and Order of the Federal Communications Commission relating to the matter of preserving the open Internet and broadband industry practices (FCC 10-201).

Amendment No. 26—Rep. McCaul (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available by this Act from being used for a project or program named for an individual serving in the United States Congress as a Senator, Member of the House of Representatives, Delegate to the House of Representatives, or Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico.

Amendment No. 27—Rep. Markey (D-MA):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available by this Act from being used to issue any new lease that authorizes the production of oil or natural gas under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act to any lessee under any existing lease issued by the Department of the Interior pursuant to the Outer Continental Shelf Deep Water Royalty Relief Act where such existing lease is not subject to limitations on royalty relief based on market prices.

Amendment No. 28—Rep. Chaffetz (R-UT):  The amendment would reduce by $4 million the amount made available to Independent Agencies, National Archives and Records Administration, National Historical Publications and Records Commission, Grants Program.  The amendment would also increase by $4 million the amount made available to Financial Service, General Government Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 29—Rep. Heller (R-NV):  The amendment would reduce by $211 million the amount made available to Multilateral Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President in section 2115, and would increase by $211 million the funds made available to State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 30—Rep. Burton (R-IN):  The amendment would reduce by $2 million the amount made available to the Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Management of Lands and Resources.  The amendment would also increase by $2 million the amount made available to the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 31—Rep. Garret (R-NJ):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being made available to demolish structures within the Delaware Water Gap.

Amendment No. 32—Rep. Garret (R-NJ):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to give assistance to any individual who is a member of an organization designated as a foreign terrorist organization by the Secretary of State.

Amendment No. 33—Rep. Garret (R-NJ):  The amendment would prohibit any funds in this bill from paying the salaries and expenses of personnel to carry out a market access program under section 203 of the Agricultural Trade Act of 1978.

Amendment No. 34—Rep. Garret (R-NJ):  The amendment reduces funding for the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Grants and Administration by $145, eliminating funding for the account.  The funds would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 35—Rep. Garrett (R-NJ):  The amendment reduces funding for the Institute of Museum and Library Services by $265.8 million, eliminating funding for the account.  The funds would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 36—Rep. Garret (R-NJ):  The amendment reduces funding for the epartment of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund  by $1.5 billion, eliminating funding for the account.  The funds would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 37—Rep. Garret (R-NJ):  The amendment would reduce by $17,676,000 the amount made available to Related Programs, United Institutes of Peace.  The amendment would also increase by $17,676,000 the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 38—Rep. Matheson (D-UT):  The amendment would prohibit funds from the bill from being used for the ·Community Connect broadband grant program administered by the Rural Utilities Service of the Department of Agriculture.

Amendment No. 39—Del. Norton (D-DC):  Strikes section 1590 in the bill which would stipulate that “None of the funds appropriated under this Act shall be expended for any abortion except where the life of the mother would be endangered if the fetus were carried to term or where the pregnancy is the result of an act of rape or incest.”

Amendment No. 40—Rep. Norton (D-DC):  The amendment would strike the prohibition on funding from the bill to be used for needle exchange programs in the District of Columbia. 

Amendment No. 41—Rep. Norton (D-DC):  The amendment would decrease funding for D.C.  Opportunity Scholarships by $2.3 million (funded at $15.5 million in the bill) and transfer the $2.3 million to “expand quality public charter schools” (funded at $20 million in the bill).  The amendment also provides $1 million for administering assessments.  

Amendment No. 42—Rep. Sessions (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by the bill to be used to implement any policy, directive, administrative regulation, circular, or action to convert from private sector to public sector performance any functions or positions that are not inherently governmental in nature.

Amendment No. 43—Rep. Sessions (R-TX):  The amendment reduces funding for the “Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration, Capital and Debt Service Grants to the National Railroad Passenger Corporation” from $850 million to $403.1 million and transfers the savings into the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 44—Rep. Nadler (D-NY):  The amendment would strike funding in the bill for a number of Department of Transportation agencies including the Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Railroad Administration and the Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary.

Amendment No. 45—Rep. Baldwin (D-WI):  The amendment would reduce all funding under the bill by a pro rata amount so that the total reduction is $1 billion.  The amendment then redirects $1 billion to the “Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Health Resources and Services,” which the bill has funded at $5.3 billion.

Amendment No. 46—Rep. Polis (D-CO):   The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by the bill from being used to maintain an “end strength level of members of the Armed Forces of the United States assigned to permanent duty in Europe in excess of 35,000 members and end strength levels for active duty members of the Army, Navy, and Air Force of 565,275, 328,250, and 329,275, respectively.”  The amendment would also reduce the amounts provided for "Military Personnel, Army", "Military Personnel, Navy" and "Military Personnel, Air Force" by $155.9 million , $18 million and $118 million respectively.

Amendment No. 47—Rep. Leutkemeyer (R-MO):  The amendment would prohibit funding for the study of the Missouri River Projects authorized in section 108 of the Energy and Water Development Act of 2009 (division C of Public Law 111-8). 

Amendment No. 48—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would prohibit funding for the enforcement of section 75.708 of title 34, Code of Regulations, that relates to the prohibition of sub grants under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. 

Amendment No. 49—Rep. McCollum (D-MI):  The amendment specifies that no more than $2 million of the funds made available by division A of the Act can be used for military bands, musical equipment, or musical performances.   

Amendment No. 50—Rep. McCollum (D-MN):  The amendment would restrict funds made available by this Act from being used by the Department of Defense for sponsorship of NASCAR race cars.

Amendment No. 51—Rep. McCollum (D-MN):  The amendment would restrict funds provided in this Act under the heading “Related Agency, Broadcasting Board of Governors, International Broadcasting Operations” from being used for Radio and Television Marti, and would reduce the amount provided under such heading by $30.4 million.

Amendment No. 52—Rep. Tonko (D-NY):  The amendment would increase funding level for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” by $586.6 million and reduce funding level for ‘‘Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Fossil Energy Research and Development’’ by $586.6 million.

Amendment No. 53—Rep. Paul (R-TX):  The amendment would strike section 2114 of the bill regarding International Security Assistance, Pakistan Counterinsurgency Capability Fund, Foreign Military Financing Programs, etc.

Amendment No. 54—Rep. Fleming (R-LA):  The amendment would restrict funds made availa’le by this Act from being used to (1) finalize the proposed rule entitled "Rescission of the Regulation Entitled 'Ensuring That Department of Health and Human Services Funds Do Not Support Coercive or Discriminatory Policies or Practices in Violation of Federal Law’” published in the Federal Register on March 10, 2009 or (2) otherwise rescind or modify any provision of part 88 of subtitle A of title 45, Code of Federal Regulations.

Amendment No. 55—Rep. Fleming (R-LA):  The amendment would rescind unobligated balance of funds made available by section 1005(b) of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.

Amendment No. 56—Rep. Murphy (D-CT):  The amendment would restrict funds made available by this Act from being used by the Department of Defense for the purchase of seamless copper-nickel tubing, 4 inches and larger in outside diameter, used for shipboard pipe systems, that satisfies MIL—T—16420k unless the tubing is manufactured in the United States.

Amendment No. 57—Rep. Murphy (D-CT):  The amendment would restrict funds made available by this

Act from being used to enter into a contract with a firm that engages in unfair trade practices as defined in subpart 9.4 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation.

Amendment No. 58—Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  The amendment would reduce to $0 any funds made available by this Act for the Office of the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Amendment No. 59—Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to pay the travel expenses of the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

Amendment No. 60—Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  The amendment would reduce to $0 the amount made available by this Act for the “Department of Housing and Urban Development, Management and Administration-Executive Direction” for official reception and representation expenses of the Office of the Secretary.

Amendment No. 61—Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  The amendment would restrict funds provided in this Act from being used to pay for the travel expenses of the Secretary of the Treasury.  Those funds would be used for the purpose of educating the Administration's staff on the fundamentals of housing policy and its impact on the national economy.

Amendment No. 62—Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  The amendment would restrict the use of funds made available in this Act from being used to pay the official reception and representation expenses of the Secretary of the Treasury.  Those funds would be used for the purpose of educating the Administration's staff on the fundamentals of housing policy and its impact on the national economy.

Amendment No. 63—Rep. Gutierrez (D-IL):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Navy’s Air Craft Procurement by $21.9 million and the Air Craft Procurement by the Air Force by $393 million.  The funds would be transferred into the Defense spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 64—Rep. Thompson (D-CA):  The amendment would require Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, to adopt standards consistent with the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program of the Department of Energy.

Amendment No. 65—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would allow any funds made available by this Act to be used for expenditures that the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency determines to be necessary to protect the public health or prevent severe environmental degradation after climate change.

Amendment No. 66—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would allow any funds made available by this Act to be used for expenditures that the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency determines to be necessary to protect the public health or prevent severe environmental degradation after Clean Air Act.

Amendment No. 67—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would prevent the rescission of funds used for paying the subsidy and administrative cost of projects eligible for Federal credit assistance under chapter 6 of title 23, United States Code, provided by division A of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

Amendment No. 68—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would change the date for the rescission of stimulus funds from February 11, 2010 to September 30, 2011.

Amendment No. 69—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would not permit the rescission of stimulus funds appropriated or otherwise made available for the creation of jobs.

Amendment No. 70—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would prohibit the rescissions of stimulus funds under section 3001 from applying to the TIGER TIFIA Grant Program of the Department of Transportation.

Amendment No. 71—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to enforce section 75.708 of title 34, Code of Federal Regulations, as it relates to section 5025 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

Amendment No. 72—Rep. Rokita (R-IN):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used for doctoral dissertation research grants authorized under title V of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1970.

Amendment No. 73—Rep. Royce (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $10.7 million the amount made available to Related Programs, East-West Center.  The amendment would also increase by $10.7 million the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 74—Rep. Garrett (R-NJ):  The amendment would move the funding for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau onto the federal budget.

Amendment No. 75—Rep. Burton (R-IN):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used for roundups and removals of free-roaming wild horses and burros, unless for the purpose of fertility control.

Amendment No. 76—Rep. Royce (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $17.6 the amount made available to Related Programs, United Institutes of Peace.  The amendment would also increase by $17.6 the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 77— Rep. Royce (R-CA):  The amendment would limit the amount made available to the General Services Administration for the acquisition of new vehicles for the federal fleet, with a baseline for fiscal year 2012 and each fiscal year thereafter at 80 percent of the amount made available for fiscal year 2011.

Amendment No. 78—Rep. Olson (R-TX):  The amendment would increase and decrease by an equivalent amount the funding level for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Space Operations.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 79—Rep. Gardner (R-CO):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to pay the salary of any employee or officer of the Department of Health and Human Services who develops or promulgates regulations or guidance regarding Exchanges under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ObamaCare”).

Amendment No. 80—Rep. Gardner (R-CO):  The amendment would prevent the use of funds made available by this Act from being used to first-class or business-class airfare for federal employees for domestic travel.

Amendment No. 81—Rep. Gardner (R-CO):  The amendment would reduce by 50 percent the amount of funds made available by this Act to pay for expenses for official travel.

Amendment No. 82—Rep. Gardner (R-CO):  The amendment would rescind the unobligated balance of funds made available by section 1005 (b) of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.

Amendment No. 83—Rep. Emerson (R-MO):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used by the IRS to implement or enforce section 5000A of the Internal Revenue Code, section 6055 of such Code, and section 1502 (c) of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Amendment No. 84—Rep. Pompeo (R-KS):  The amendment would reduce funding for the EPA and Environmental Programs and Management by $8.4 million and increase funding for spending reduction account by $8.4 million.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 85—Rep. Pompeo (R-KS):  The amendment would reduce the level of funding for the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, State and Private forestry by $7.4 million and increase the funding to the spending reduction account by $7.4 million.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 86—Rep. Pompeo (R-KS):  The amendment would reduce certain Defense Production Act purchases by $3.2 million, the funding level for the Army’s research, development, test and evaluation by $36.3 million, and the Navy’s research, development, test and evaluation funding by $44 million.  The amendment would also reduce funding for the Air Force’s research, development, test and evaluation by $32 million.  The amendment would transfer the $115.2 million in savings into the Defense subcommittee’s spending reduction account. Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 87—Rep. Pompeo (R-KS):  The amendment would reduce the funding levels for Army procurements by for procurement of equipment by $15 million; for Navy procurement of equipment by $15 million; for Air Force procurement of equipment by $15 million; for Defense-wide procurements by $15,000,000, and Defense-wide procurement of equipment by $15 million.  The amendment reduces the funding levels for the Army’s research, development, test and evaluations for the Army, Navy, and Air Force by $105 million each and Defense-wide operation of facilities and equipment by $127 million.  The amendment would eliminate the funds $3.2 million in funds made available for program management and oversight of innovative research and development.  The amendment would transfer the $502.4 million in savings into the Defense subcommittee’s spending reduction account. Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 88—Rep. Kind (D-WI):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available in division A of the Act to be used to research, develop, test, evaluate, or procure an expeditionary fighting vehicle or surface-launched advanced medium-range air-to-air missile program.

Amendment No. 89—Rep. Kind (D-WI):  The amendment would prevent any funds made available in this Act from used to provide payments to the Brazil Cotton Institute.

Amendment No. 90—Rep. Heller (R-NV):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used for the storage of nuclear waste at the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository.

Amendment No. 91—Rep. Heller (R-NV):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to conduct adjudicatory functions, technical review, or support activities associated with the Yucca Mountain geologic repository license application.

Amendment No. 92—Rep. Heller (R-NV):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to designate monuments under the “Antiques Act of 1906” (16 U.S.C. 431, et seq.).

Amendment No. 93—Rep. Connolly (D-VA):  The amendment would reduce by $200 million the amount made available to Agricultural Programs, Food Safety and Inspection Service.  The amendment would also remove the Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, Grants to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority from a list of accounts funded at $0 under section 2203.

Amendment No. 94—Rep. Sullivan (R-OK):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to implement the decision of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency entitled “Partial Grant and Partial Denial of Clean Air Act Waiver Application Submitted by Growth Energy To Increase the Allowable Ethanol Content of Gasoline to 15 Percent” published in the Federal Register on November 4, 2010; or the decision of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency entitled "Partial Grant of Clean Air Act Waiver Application Submitted by Growth Energy To Increase the Allowable Ethanol Content of Gasoline to 15 Percent” published in the Federal Register on January 26, 2011.

Amendment No. 95—Rep. Jones (R-NC):  The amendment would reduce by $400 million the amount made available to the Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund.  The amendment would also increase by $400 million the amount made available to the Defense Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 96—Rep. DeFazio (D-OR):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Amendment No. 97—Rep. DeFazio (D-OR):  The amendment would increase by $5 million the funding to Agricultural Programs, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Integrated Activities, and would reduce by $5 million the funding to Agricultural Programs, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, Salaries and Expenses.

Amendment No. 98— Rep. DeFazio (D-OR):  The amendment would reduce by $24 million the amount made available to the Independent Agencies, Selective Service System, Salaries and Expenses.  The amendment would also increase by $24 million the amount made available to the Financial Services, General Government Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 99—Rep. McDermott (D-WA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to plan for, begin, continue, finish, process, or approve the relocation of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Marine Operations Center-Pacific from Seattle, Washington, to Newport, Oregon.

Amendment No. 100—Rep. Weiner (D-NY):  The amendment would cut funding for the U.S. Institute of Peace ($42.6 million) and transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 101—Rep. Weiner (D-NY):  The amendment would prohibit any funding be made available to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel of the Department of Agriculture to provide non-recourse marketing assistance loans for mohair under the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008.

Amendment No. 102—Rep. Weiner (D-NY):  The amendment would prohibit any funding from being made available to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel to carry out the Biomass Crop Assistance Program authorized by the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002.

Amendment No. 103—Rep. Weiner (D-NY):  The amendment would increase the rescissions made from unobligated balances from prior year appropriations available for “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves” from $2.1 million to $17 million.

Amendment No. 104—Rep. Jordan (R-OH):  The amendment would perform a 5.5 percent across-the-board cut of all accounts in eight non-security divisions of the CR; and an 11 percent across-the-board cut of all accounts in the Legislative Branch bill.  The amendment would not cut any funding for Israel. 

Amendment No. 105—Rep. Price (D-NC):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Chief Information Officer” for data center development and mitigation from $333.3 million to $314.9 million (a reduction of $18.4 million).

The amendment would also reduce funding for the “‘Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Aviation Security’’ from $5.1 billion to $5.07 billion (a reduction of $33.9 million).

The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Federal Air Marshalls” from $934.8 million to $928.5 million (a reduction of $6.2 million).

The amendment increases funding for the “Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Firefighter Assistance Grants” from $300 million to $390 million (an increase of $90 million), and would allow that the additional $90 million to be used to carry out section 34 of the Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act of 1974 (expansion of pre-September 11, 2001, fire grant programs).  The bill currently has eliminated funding for the pre-September 11, 2001 fire grant programs. 

The amendment would reduce funding for the ‘‘Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Predisaster Mitigation Fund” from $65 million to $63.5 million (a reduction of $1.4 million).

The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Homeland Security, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services” from $275 million to 265 million (a reduction of $10 million). 

The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Homeland Security, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, Research, Development, and Operations’’ from $293 million to $273 million (a difference of $20 million).

Amendment No. 106—Rep. Wolf (R-VA):  The amendment would establish the Afghanistan-Pakistan Study Group.  The group would be comprised of 10 members appointed by the president, the House and the Senate.  The group would be required to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the situation in Afghanistan and Pakistan, its impact on the surrounding region, and its consequences for United States interests.  The amendment would provide $1 million from the Administration of Foreign Affairs, Diplomatic and Consular Programs.

Amendment No. 107—Rep. Bass (R-NH):  The amendment would reduce funding for the ‘‘Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services” from $3.2 billion to $3.15 billion (a reduction of $50 million).  The amendment would increase funding for Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Low Income Home Energy Assistance’’ by $50 million.

Amendment No. 108—Rep. Whitfield (R-KY):  The amendment would reduce funds for the U.S. House of Representatives salaries and expenses by $1.5 million and transfer the funds into the Legislative Branch spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 109—Rep. Griffith (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to carry out, implement, administer, or enforce any policy or procedure set forth in an EPA and Defense Department memorandum entitled “Enhanced Surface Coal Mining Pending Permit Coordination Procedures” dated June 11, 2009.   The amendment would also prohibit funding to set forth the guidance issued by the EPA entitled “Improving EPA Review of Appalachian Surface Coal Mining Operations under the Clean Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and the Environmental Justice Executive Order.”

Amendment No. 110—Rep. Duncan (R-SC):  The amendment would reduce funding by $324,400,000 for the Legal Services Corporation, Payment to the Legal Services Corporation.

Amendment No. 111—Rep. Barletta (R-PA):  The amendment would reduce funding by $42,676,000 for the United States Institute for Peace, and would increase funding by $42,676,000 for the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Low Income Home Energy Assistance.

Amendment No. 112—Rep. Barletta (R-PA):  The amendment would reduce funding by $42,676,000 for the United States Institute for Peace, and would increase funding by $42,676,000 for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund.

Amendment No. 113—Rep. Barletta (R-PA):  The amendment would reduce funding by $42,676,000 for the United States Institute for Peace, and would increase funding by $42,676,000 for the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance.

Amendment No. 114—Rep. Barletta (R-PA):  The amendment would reduce funding by $42,676,000 for the United States Institute for Peace, and would increase funding by $18,000,000 for the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Clean Coal Technology.

Amendment No. 115—Rep. Barletta (R-PA):  The amendment would reduce funding by $42,676,000 for the United States Institute for Peace, and would increase funding by $42,676,000 for the Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Community Service Employment for Older Americans.

Amendment No. 117—Rep. Gohmert (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used by the General Services Administration for the construction or lease of buildings or space in the District of Columbia for any branch of the United States Government or any entity within such branch unless a contract for the construction or lease was entered into before the date of enactment of this Act.

Amendment No. 118—Rep. Gohmert (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used by the General Services Administration for the construction or lease of buildings or space in the District of Columbia for any branch of the United States Government or any entity within such branch.                                                                                                                             

Amendment No. 119—Rep. Gohmert (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to carry out any program under, promulgate any regulation pursuant to, or defend against any lawsuit challenging any provision of ObamaCare.

Amendment No. 120—Rep. Gohmert (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any assistance made available by this Act from being provided to a country that opposed the position of the United States in the United Nations, subject to exemptions by the Secretary of State or the President, with “opposed the position of the United States” defined as a member country voting with the U.S. less than 50 percent of the time in the most recent session of the General Assembly.

Amendment No. 121—Rep. Lipinski (D-IL):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to develop, establish, implement, continue, promote, or in any way permit or approve a cross-border motor carrier demonstration program to allow Mexican-domiciled motor carriers to operate beyond the commercial zones along the international border between the United States and Mexico, including continuing, in whole or in part, any such program that was initiated prior to the date of the enactment of this Act without approval by Congress.

Amendment No. 122—Rep. Lipinski (D-IL):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to develop, establish, implement, continue, promote, or in any way permit or approve a cross-border motor carrier demonstration program to allow Mexican-domiciled motor carriers to operate beyond the commercial zones along the international border between the United States and Mexico, including continuing, in whole or in part, any such program that was initiated prior to the date of the enactment of this Act.

Amendment No. 123— Rep. Lipinski (D-IL):  The amendment would direct no less than $710,641,000 to the National Weather Service Local Warnings and Forecasts and would direct no less than $79,525,000 to the National Weather Service Central Forecast Guidance, both under the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Operations, Research, and Facilities account.

Amendment No. 124—Rep. Roybal-Allard (D-CA):  The amendment would increase and decrease by an equivalent amount ($250,000) the funding level for the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Health Resources and Services.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 125—Rep. Weiner (D-NY):  The amendment would increase by $298,000,000 the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services and would reduce by $298,000,000 the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Amendment No. 126— Rep. Weiner (D-NY):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to provide assistance to Saudi Arabia.

Amendment No. 127—Rep. Young (R-AK):  The amendment would amend the Clean Air Act to remove by striking “Arctic” in the first sentence.

Amendment No. 128—Rep. Poe (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to provide assistance to the Russian Federation, other than assistance provided to the following program areas: combating weapons of mass destruction, stabilization operations and security sector reform, counter-narcotics, transnational crime, conflict mitigation and reconciliation, rule of law and human rights, good governance, political competition and consensus-building, and civil society.                                                                                                                        

Amendment No. 129—Rep. Poe (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to provide assistance to the People’s Republic of China, other than assistance provided to the rule of law and human rights program.

Amendment No. 130—Rep. McGovern (-MA):  The amendment would strike the proviso that prevents the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund from being used for sustainable communities initiatives.

Amendment No. 131—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce the funding for Agricultural Programs, Agriculture Buildings and Facilities and Rental Payments by $5,200,000.  The amendment would increase funding for Agricultural Programs, Office of the Inspector General by $200,000, and the Agricultural Programs, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Integrated Activities by $5,000,000.

Amendment No. 132—Rep. Chu (D-CA):  The amendment would increase the maximum Pell grant for which a student would eligible during award year 2011-2012 from $4,015 to $5,500.

Amendment No. 133—Rep. Chu (D-CA):  The amendment would increase the funding for DC public schools by $5,585,000 and decrease funding for DC opportunity scholarships by $5,585,000.

Amendment No. 134—Rep. Crowley (D-NY):  The amendment would prevent an $87 million reduction in the Citizen Corp. Program.

Amendment No. 135—Rep. Crowley (D-NY):  The amendment would strike a provision that prohibits the use funds for the Department of State, foreign operations, that promotes or performs abortion, related programs for population planning or other population assistance.  The amendment would insert a new eligibility standard.

Amendment No. 136—Rep. Crowley (D-NY):  The amendment would prevent funds made available by this Act to be used to make any Government contribution with respect to a health benefit plan under chapter 89 of title 5, United States Code, of a Member of the House of Representatives who does not notify the Clerk of the House of Representatives during the 30-day period that begins on the date of the enactment of this Act that the Member elects to be covered under the plan.

Amendment No. 137—Rep. Crowley (D-NY):  The amendment would prevent funds made available by this Act to be used be used to compel individuals who exceeded the initial prescription drug coverage limit of the Medicare Part D program to return any of the payments made under section l860D-42(c) of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 1395w-152(c)), as added by section 1101(a)(1) of Public Law 111-152.

Amendment No. 138—Rep. Crowley (D-NY):  The amendment would strike a provision that prevent fund as made available by this Act from being made available to the United Nations Population Fund.

Amendment No. 139—Rep. Crowley (D-NY):  The amendment would strike a provision that prohibits the use funds for the Department of State, foreign operations, that promotes or performs abortion, related programs for population planning or other population assistance.

Amendment No. 140—Rep. Braley (D-IA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act to any office of the legislative branch from being used for the procurement of an item that is not grown, reprocessed, reused, or produced in the United States, under the same terms and conditions applicable under section 2533a of title 10, United States Code, to funds made available by this Act to the Department of Defense.

Amendment No. 141—Rep. Stark (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available in this Act to the Department of Defense from being used in excess of the amount made available in fiscal year 2008, with exemptions for personnel accounts.

Amendment No. 142—Rep. Maloney (D-NY):  The amendment would strike provisos in section 2122(e)(1) relating to funds made available for the Department of State, Foreign Operations, and related programs available for family planning/reproductive health.

Amendment No. 143— Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce by $30,000,000 the amount made available for the Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Enforcement.  The amendment would also strike section 1517 funding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Amendment No. 144—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to implement the Home Affordable Modification Program under the Making Home Affordable initiative of the Secretary of the Treasury, authorized under TARP.

Amendment No. 145—Rep. Forbes (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to take any action to effect or implement the disestablishment, closure, or realignment of the U.S. Joint Forces Command.

Amendment No. 146—Rep. Forbes (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available under the Department of Defense, Operations and Maintenance, Defense-wide from being used for official representation purposes.

Amendment No. 147—Rep. Posey (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to implement or enforce certain proposed Treasury Regulations.

Amendment No. 148—Rep. Young (R-AK):  The amendment would establish the Alaska Native Educational Equity Act funded at $33,300,000, and would reduce by $33,300,000 the Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Transportation Security Support.                                                                                                                                 

Amendment No. 149—Rep. Luetkemeyer (R-MO):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used for contributions to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Amendment No. 150—Rep. Neugebauer (R-TX):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Executive Office of the President, White House Repair and Restoration account.  The amendment would also increase by $2,005,000 the amount made available to Financial Service, General Government Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 151—Rep. Neugebauer (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available in this Act from being used for repair, alteration, or improvement of the Executive Residence at the White House.

Amendment No. 152—Rep. Jenkins (R-KS):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available in this Act from being used to remove (or to require the removal) at any former Army ammunition plant closed under the base closure process of pesticides that were applied in compliance with laws at the time of application and of polychlorinated biphenyls to an extent beyond that required by law.

Amendment No. 153— Rep. Michaud (D-ME):  The amendment would increase by $80,000,000 the amount made available for the Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, Economic Development Assistance Programs.  The amendment would also decrease by $80,000,000 the amount made available to the Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs.

Amendment No. 154—Rep. Burgess (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to implement a section of the Education Jobs Fund Act (P.L. 111-226).

Amendment No. 155—Rep. Burgess (R-TX):  The amendment would strike a section (paragraph 11 of section 101) of the Education Jobs Fund Act (P.L. 111-226).

Amendment No. 156—Rep. Burgess (R-TX):  The amendment would strike a section (paragraph 11 of section 101) of the Education Jobs Fund Act (P.L. 111-226).

Amendment No. 157—Rep. Diaz-Balart (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to implement or enforce the Report and Order of the Federal Communications Commission relating to the matter of preserving the open Internet and broadband industry practices (FCC 10-201).

Amendment No. 158—Rep. Kinzinger (R-IL):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to research, develop, manufacture, or procure a newly designed flight suit for members of the Armed Forces.

Amendment No. 159—Rep. Lankford (R-OK):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available in this Act from being used to carry out the American Community Survey.

Amendment No. 160—Rep. Markey (D-MA):  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Low Income Home Energy Assistance by $390,328,000.  The amendment would also amend the IRS Code to attempt to remove, limit or modify certain tax treatment for energy producers.

Amendment No. 161—Rep. Quigley (D-IL):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Navy’s Air Craft Procurement by $1,083,333,333.33 and the Air Force’s Air Craft Procurement by $216,666,666.67.  The funds, $1,300,000,000 would be transferred into the Defense spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 162—Rep. Quigley (D-IL):  The amendment would reduce funding the expenses for the Army’s research, development, test and evaluation by $971,099,800, the expenses for the Navy’s research, development, test and evaluation by $1,796,130,300, the expenses for the Air Force’s research, development, test and evaluation by $2,674,240,500 and the expenses for the Department of Defense by $2,079,741,210.  The funds, $7,521,211,800, would be transferred into the Defense spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 163—Rep. Mulvaney (R-SC):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act (other than an account of the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, or Veteran Affairs) in excess of the amount available for such accounts during fiscal year 2006.

Amendment No. 164—Rep. Mulvaney (R-SC):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act in excess of the amount available for such accounts during fiscal year 2006, with certain exceptions including the Department of Defense and Israel.

Amendment No. 165—Rep. Carter (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used to implement, administer, or enforce the rule entitled “national Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants From the Portland Cement Manufacturing Industry and Standards of Performance for Portland Cement Plants” published by the EPA.

Amendment No. 166—Rep. Guinta (R-NH):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used to enter into, after the date of enactment of this Act, a government contract that requires a project labor agreement.

Amendment No. 167—Rep. Shuler (D-NC):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used for the Constellation Systems Program of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Amendment No. 168—Rep. Larson (D-CT):  The amendment would reduce funding the expenses for the Navy’s research, development, test and evaluation by $225,000,000 and the expenses for the Air Force’s research, development, test and evaluation by $225,000,000. The funds, $450,000,000 would be transferred into the Defense spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 169—Rep. Poe (R-TX):  The amendment would reduce the amount of discretionary budget authority for the Elementary and Secondary Education program of the National Science Foundation made available by this Act to $0.

Amendment No. 170—Rep. McGovern (D-MA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available in this Act from being used by the Department of Defense to conduct military operations in Afghanistan during fiscal year 2011 unless the funds were fully offset by reductions in other spending accounts.

Amendment No. 171—Rep. Matheson (D-UT):  The amendment would direct that each amount made available by this Act for any civilian agency listed in the worldwide inventory of the most recent Federal fleet report of the General Services Administration be reduced by 20 percent.

Amendment No. 172—Rep. Matheson (D-UT):  The amendment would reduce by $600,000,000 the total amount of funds made available by this Act (other than for the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security), to be derived from amounts provided for nonessential travel.

Amendment No. 173— Rep. Cohen (D-TN):  The amendment would increase by $70,000,000 the amount made available for the Legal Services Corporation, Payment to the Legal Service Corporation account.

Amendment No. 174—Rep. Heller (R-NV):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository.

Amendment No. 175—Rep. Waters (D-CA):  The amendment would strike a proviso relating to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund.

Amendment No. 176—Rep. Waters (D-CA):  The amendment would section 1536, which prohibits funds appropriated from being provided for the Executive Office of the President, Director of the Office of Health Care Reform.

Amendment No. 177—Rep. Herger (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used by the Secretary of Agriculture to implement or enforce Subpart B of the Travel Management Rule (subpart B of part 212 of title 36, Code of Federal Regulations), relating to the designation of roads, trails, and areas for motor vehicle use, in any administrative unit of the National Forest System.

Amendment No. 178—Rep. Akin (R-MO):  The amendment would stipulate that $222,265,000 appropriated for the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle during fiscal year 2011: such activities that do not increase the price or materially change the scope of existing contracts; such activities that finish fiscal year 2011 test and demonstration events that are currently on-contract; and such activities that provide test data and information to the Department of Defense to support any future amphibious assault vehicle acquisitions for the Marine Corps.

Amendment No. 179—Rep. Akin (R-MO):  The amendment would stipulate that $222,265,000 appropriated for the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle during fiscal year 2011 only for system development and demonstration.

Amendment No. 180—Rep. Akin (R-MO):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the ‘‘Multilateral Assistance, Funds Appropriated to the President, International Financial Institutions, Global Environment Facility,” and would move $32,020,000 to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 181—Rep. Akin (R-MO):  The amendment would prohibit funding under the bill from carrying out programs authorized by the Energy Policy and Conservation Act by subtitle B of title III of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007.

Amendment No. 182—Rep. Gingrey (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit funding under the bill from being made available to establish or implement any requirement that individuals receive vaccination for the sexually-transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) as a condition of school admittance or matriculation. 

On June 30, 2008, a public-interest group, reported that there were 8,864 complaints that have been filed through the FDA’s Vaccine Adverse Reporting System that reported adverse health effects as a result of the HPV vaccine.  These reports include: 18 deaths; numerous reported cases of paralysis; 10 spontaneous abortions; 78 cases where patients experienced an outbreak of warts in the groin and genital area; and 140 “serious” reports of injury (i.e. life threatening). 

Amendment No. 183—Rep. Gingrey (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit funding under the bill from being made available to implement the amendments to title XIX of the Social Security Act made by section 2303 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). 

Section 2303 of PPACA gives states the ability to use additional taxpayer-funded Medicaid dollars for family planning services provided by organizations such as Planned Parenthood by expanding who could be eligible for such services, and this same section gives providers such as Planned Parenthood the ability to make presumptive eligibility determinations for family planning services funded by taxpayer dollars. 

Amendment No. 184—Rep. Gingrey (R-GA):  The amendment inserts the following language into the bill, “None of the funds made available by this Act may be used by the Commissioner of Social Security or the Social Security Administration to pay the compensation of employees of the Social Security Administration to administer Social Security benefit payments, under any agreement between the United States and Mexico establishing totalization arrangements between the social security system established by title II of the Social Security Act and the social security system of Mexico, which would not otherwise be payable but for such agreement.” This amendment will not be offered. 

Amendment No. 185—Rep. Gingrey (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit federal employees from using official time to collectively bargain on behalf of a union against their employer. This amendment has the same effect as H.R. 122, which would eliminate taxpayer-subsidized union activities.

Amendment No. 186—Rep. Gingrey (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill from being made available to any agency of the Federal Government for any exercise of the power of eminent domain without the payment of just compensation. 

Amendment No. 187—Rep. Critz (D-PA):  The amendment would reduce funding by $1 million for the funding made available to the Secretary of Labor for management, salaries, and expenses, and increase funding by $1 million for the Department of Labor, Mine Safely and Health Administration, Salaries and Expenses budget.   

Amendment No. 188—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would require that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement maintain a level of no more than 33,400 detention beds throughout fiscal year 2011.  The base bill requires that they maintain a level of no fewer than 33,400 beds. 

Amendment No. 189—Rep. Woolsey (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funding under the bill for Expeditionary Fighting Vehicles, and the V-22 Osprey aircraft. 

Amendment No. 190—Rep. Woolsey (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by division A of this Act to be used to research, develop, test, evaluate, or procure the V-22 Osprey aircraft.

Amendment No. 191—Rep. Woolsey (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by division A of this Act to be used to research, develop, test, evaluate, or procure the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle.

Amendment No. 192—Rep. Biggert (R-IL):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Advanced Research Projects Agency by $50,000,000.  The funds would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 193—Rep. Lummis (R-WY):  The amendment would reduce the funding for the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land management, Land Acquisition by $2,750,000, available unobligated prior year funds reduced by $2,250,000, Department of Interior, United States Fish and Wildlife Services, Land Acquisition by 15,055,000, available unobligated prior year funds by $2,500,000, the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, land Acquisition by 9,100,000 and available unobligated prior year funds reduced by $3,400,000.  The funds, $35,055,000 would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill. 

Amendment No. 194—Rep. Lummis (R-WY):  The amendment would require the Secretary of Interior to a final rule published on February 27, 2008.

Amendment No. 195—Rep. Lummis (R-WY):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used for the payment of fees and other expenses under section 504 of title 5, US Code, or section 2412(d) of title 28, US Code.

Amendment No. 196—Rep. Walberg (R-MI):  The amendment would reduce funding for National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Grants and Administration by $20,594,000. The funds, $20,594,000 would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.   

Amendment No. 197—Rep. Walberg (R-MI):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used for salaries and expenses of the “Green the Capitol Office.”

Amendment No. 198—Rep. Poe (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used by the EPA to implement, administer, or enforce (1) a cap and trade program; or (2) and requirements pertaining to the emissions of green house gases.

Amendment No. 199—Rep. Poe (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used by the Department of Justice, or any other Agency, to litigate the continuation of the case Untied States of America v. The State of Arizona and Janice K. Brewer regarding Arizona law S.B. 1070.

Amendment No. 200—Rep. Burgess (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any funding under the bill from being used to pay the salary of any officer or employee of the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight in the Department of Health and Human Services. 

Amendment No. 201—Rep. Labrador (R-ID):  The amendment would prohibit any funding under the bill from being used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to finalize the proposed rule entitled, “National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Major Sources: Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers and Process Heaters” published by the EPA on June 4, 2010; or to implement or enforce any finalized version of this rule. 

Amendment No. 202—Rep. Labrador (R-ID):  The amendment would prohibit any funding under the bill from being made available to the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ).  According to the White House, the CEQ “coordinates Federal environmental efforts and works closely with agencies and other White House offices in the development of environmental policies and initiatives.  CEQ was established within the Executive Office of the President by Congress as part of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) and additional responsibilities were provided by the Environmental Quality Improvement Act of 1970.”

Amendment No. 203—Rep. Labrador (R-ID):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill from being made available to designate monuments under the “Antiquities Act of 1096.”

Amendment No. 204—Rep. Scalise (R-LA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill from being made available to pay the salaries and expenses for the following positions and their offices:

  • Director, White House Office of Health Reform;
  • Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change;
  • Special Envoy for Climate Change;
  • Special Advisor for Green Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, and Council on Environmental Quality;
  • Senior Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury assigned to the Presidential Task Force on the Auto Industry and Senior Counselor for Manufacturing Policy;
  • White House Director of Urban Affairs;
  • Special Envoy to oversee the closure of the Detention Center at Guantanamo Bay;
  • Special Master for TARP Executive Compensation, Department of the Treasury; and
  • Associate General Counsel and Chief Diversity Officer, Federal Communications Commission.

Amendment No. 205—Rep. Jones (R-NC):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill from being made available to advocate for, promote, develop, or approve a limited access privilege program for any fishery under the jurisdiction of any Regional Fishery Management Council. 

Amendment No. 206—Rep. Jones (R-NC):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill from being made available for foreign travel by any employee of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Law Enforcement. 

Amendment No. 207—Rep. Jones (R-NC):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill from being used to make payments for services of Administrative Law Judges to adjudicate cases brought under section 311 of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act.

Amendment No. 208—Rep. Cole (R-OK):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill from being used to fund the Presidential Election Campaign Fund, or for Political Conventions under the relevant Internal Revenue Service code sections. 

Amendment No. 209—Rep. Rokita (R-IN):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill from being used to pay the salary of any Federal employee for time spent by that employee working for, or on behalf of, a labor organization. 

Amendment No. 210—Rep. Rokita (R-IN):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to implement any increase in the rate salary or basic pay for any office or position within the Federal Government.

Amendment No. 211—Rep. Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL):  The amendment would increase funding for Department of Justice Programs, Justice Assistance by $30 million to carry out title I of the PROTECT Our Children Act of 2008.  The bill would reduce funding form Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Justice Assistance by $30 million.

Amendment No. 212—Rep. Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL):  The amendment would decrease and subsequently increase funding for Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Justice Assistance by $30 million.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 213—Rep. Markey (D-MA):   The amendment would increase the amount of pro-rata reductions in the bill from the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health from $260 million to $1.5 billion.  The amendment would also insert into the underlying bill H.R. 601 of the 112th Congress, the “End Big Oil Tax Subsidies Act of 2011,” as introduced on February 10, 2011. 

Amendment No. 214—Rep. Kline (R-MN):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to implement regulations on “Program Integrity: Gainful Employment—New Programs” published by the Department of Education.

 Amendment No. 215—Rep. Upton (R-MI):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to implement the rule entitled "Interim Final Rules for Group Health Plans and I Health Insurance Coverage Relating to Status as a Grandfathered Health Plan Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” published by the Department of the Treasury, the Department of Labor, and the Department of Health and Human Services in the Federal Register on June 17, 2010.

Amendment No. 216—Rep. McKinley (R-WV):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used by the EPA to carry out section 404(c) the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, which allows the EPA to veto Clean Water Act permits.

Amendment No. 217—Rep. McKinley (R-WV):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used by the EPA to develop, propose, finalize, implement, administer, or enforce any regulation that identifies or lists fossil fuel combustion waste as hazardous waste subject to regulation under the Solid Waste Disposal Act or otherwise makes fossil fuel combustion waste subject to regulation under such subtitle.

Amendment No. 218—Rep. McKinley (R-WV):  The amendment would increase funds from the Department of Treasury for Administering Public debt by $1.3 million, from $184.6 million to $185.9 million and reduce funds for the Treasury Forfeiture Fund by $1.3 million.

Amendment No. 219—Rep. Johnson (R-OH):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to develop, carry out, implement, or otherwise ·enforce proposed regulations published June 18, 2010 by the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement of the Department of the Interior or supporting environmental impact statements, other than to implement such Office’s 2008 final regulations.

Amendment No. 220—Rep. Johnson (R-OH):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available in this Act from being used to develop, carry out, implement, or otherwise enforce proposed regulations published June 18, 2010 (75 Fed. Reg. 34,667) by the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement of the Department of the Interior.

Amendment No. 221—Rep. Lee (D-CA):  The amendment would insert a new section relating to additional weeks of first-tier unemployment compensation.

Amendment No. 222—Rep. Lee (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act for the Department of Defense from exceeding fiscal year 2010 levels unless DoD financial statements are validated as auditable and submitted within 180 days after the enactment of this Act.  Accounts excluded from this prohibition are personnel and the Defense Health Program.

Amendment No. 223— Rep. Pascrell (D-NJ):  The amendment would increase by $510,000,000 the amount made available for the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Firefighter Assistance Grants, and would reduce by $510,000,000 the amount made available to the Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology, Research, Development, Acquisition, and Operations account.

Amendment No. 224—Rep. Quayle (R-AZ):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to carry out the “Davis-Bacon Act.”

Amendment No. 225—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to prepare for the fiscal year 2012 allotment of diversity immigrant visas under section 203(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Amendment No. 226—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to distribute cellular telephones under the Low Income program of the Universal Service Fund.

Amendment No. 227—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would reduce by $5,000,000 the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, State and Local Programs.  The amendment would also increase by $5,000,000 the amount made available to the Homeland Security Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 228—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act for Department of Energy, Atomic Energy Defense Activities, National Nuclear Security Administration, Weapons Activities shall be available for the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center refurbishment, and the amount would otherwise be reduced by $20,000,000.

Amendment No. 229—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act for Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Salaries and Expenses" shall be available for the International Labor Comparisons Program, and the amount would otherwise be reduced by $2,000,000.

Amendment No. 230—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the bill to be used to develop, promulgate, evaluate, implement, provide oversight to, or backstop total maximum daily loads or watershed implementation for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. 

Amendment No. 231—Reps. Capito (R-WV), Tim Murphy (R-PA), and McKinley (R-WV):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy” from $50 million to $3 million and would increase funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Fossil Energy Research and Development” by $30.6 million, bringing the appropriation from $586,600,000 to $617,200,000. 

Amendment No. 232—Rep. Nadler (D-NY):  The amendment would prohibit funds in excess of $10 billion to be used for military operations in Afghanistan.  

Amendment No. 233—Rep. Kucinich (D-OH):  The amendment would prohibit any funding from being used for missile defense at the Department of Defense. 

Amendment No. 234—Rep. Kucinich (D-OH):  The amendment would increase commitments to loan guarantees under the “Department of Energy, Title 17 Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee Authority Loan Program” by $26 million. 

Amendment No. 235—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce funds for the “Department of Justice, General Administration, Detention Trustee” by $309,500,000, taking the appropriation from $1,533,663,000 to $1,224,163,000 and would increase funding for the “Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services” (COPS) by $309,500,000, bringing the appropriation from $290,500,000 to $600 million. 

Amendment No. 236—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would prohibit funding for the further acquisition or fielding of backscatter x-ray full body scanner technology as part of the Transportation Security Agency’s Advanced Imaging Technology program. 

Amendment No. 237—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would eliminate the “Iraq Security Forces Fund,” funded at $1.5 billion. 

Amendment No. 238—Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike the “National Science Foundation, Research and Related Activities” budget, as well as the budgets for the “National Science Foundation, Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction,” and the “National Science Foundation, Education and Human Resources.”

Amendment No. 239—Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would increase the maximum Pell grant a student is eligible for from $4,015 to $4,860. 

Amendment No. 240—Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike Section 1332, which reduces the funding level for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services.

Amendment No. 241—Rep. Carney (D-PA):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used for the Oil and Gas Research and Development Program of the Department of Energy.

Amendment No. 242—Rep. Carney (D-PA):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used for commodity storage payments by the Department of Agriculture.

Amendment No. 243—Rep. Reyes (D-TX):  The amendment would reduce the funding for the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Border Security Fencing, Infrastructure, and Technology by $60,000,000.  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, salaries and expenses by $60,000,000.

Amendment No. 244—Rep. Reichert (R-WA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs by $298,000,000.  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services by $298,000,000.

Amendment No. 245—Rep. Reichert (R-WA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs by $150,000,000.  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services by $150,000,000.

Amendment No. 246—Rep. Broun (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used for beach replenishment projects by the Army Corps of Engineers.   

Amendment No. 247—Rep. Stivers (R-OH):  The amendment would strike the proviso that prohibits funds from being transferred under section 770(n) of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 379dd).

Amendment No. 248—Rep. Conseco (R-TX):  The amendment would reduce funding for the East West Center by $10,716,000.  The funds would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 249—Rep. Conseco (R-TX):  The amendment would reduce funding for National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs by $4,500,000.  The funds would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 250—Rep. Canseco (R-TX):  The amendment would reduce by $12,510,000 National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities, National Endowment for the Humanities, Grants and Administration.  The amendment would also increase by $12,510,000 the amount made available to the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 251—Rep. Scalise (R-LA):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act from further delaying the approval of any exploration plan, development operation coordination document, development production plan, application for permit to drill, or application to sidetrack for purposes of Outer Continental Shelf energy exploration.

Amendment No. 252—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would reduce by $25,010,000 the Rural Development Programs, Rural Business-Cooperative Services, Rural Energy for America Program.  The amendment would also increase by $25,010,000 the amount made available to the Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill

Amendment No. 253—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would prohibit and funds made available by this Act from being used pay the salaries and expenses of personnel of the Department of Agriculture to provide funds for the construction of ethanol blender pumps or of ethanol storage facilities.

Amendment No. 254—Rep. Loomis (R-WY):  The amendment would reduce by $1 the Agricultural Programs, Department Administration and increase by $1 Domestic Food Programs, Food and Nutrition Service, Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).

Amendment No. 255—Rep. Huelskamp (R-KS):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used by the National l.1abor Relations Board to certify the results of an election of a labor organization under section 9 (c)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act that is not conducted by secret ballot.

Amendment No. 256—Rep. Huelskamp (R-KS):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to pay the travel expenses of any employee of the U.S. federal government who travels using a first-class ticket.

Amendment No. 257—Rep. Huelskamp (R-KS):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to pay the salaries and expenses for the Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change.

Amendment No. 258—Rep. Huelskamp (R-KS):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to pay the salaries and expenses for the Department of State Special Envoy responsible for the closure of the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay.

Amendment No. 259—Rep. Latta (R-OH):  The amendment would reduce by $70,000,000 the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.  The amendment would also increase by $70,000,000 the amount made available to the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 260—Rep. Latta (R-OH):  The amendment would reduce the funding for the “Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Construction of Research Facilities,” by $10 million, bringing the appropriation from $58 million to $48 million.  The amendment would transfer the $10 million to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 261—Rep. Latta (R-OH):  The amendment would prohibit any funds under the bill being made available for the National Program Office of the Department of Commerce to develop or implement the digital identity ecosystem described in the document entitles “National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace: Enhancing Online Choice, Efficiency, Security, and Privacy.”

Amendment No. 262—Rep. Latta (R-OH):  The amendment would eliminate the $440 million in funding available for Department of State, foreign operations, and related programs for international population control, family planning, and reproductive health.

Amendment No. 263—Rep. Broun (R-OH):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used to pay dues to the United Nations.

Amendment No. 264—Rep. Broun (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used for vacant federal properties.

Amendment No. 265—Rep. King (R-IA):  The bill would extend funding levels under the Continuing Appropriation. Act of 2011 (PL 111-242) through April 4, 2011.

Amendment No. 266—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used to carry out the provisions of Public Law 111-14 or Public Law 111-152 (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 267—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used to carry out the provisions of Public Law 111-14 or Public Law 111-152 (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 268—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used to pay the salary of any officer or employee of any federal department or agency with respect to carrying out the provisions of Public Law 111-14 or Public Law 111-152 (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 269—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would rescind all unobligated balances of appropriations made by Public Law 111-14 or Public Law 111-152 (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 270—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Disease Control, Research, and Training by $750,000,000 and for the Strategic National Stockpile under section 319F–2 of the PHS Act.

Amendment No. 271—Rep. King (R-IA):  ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Disease Control, Research, and Training by $750,000,000.

Amendment No. 272—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would reduce the funding for the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Health Resources and Services by $2,026,000,000, the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Disease Control, Research, and Training by $5,000,000.  The amendment would reduce the amount transferred from the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund for Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Program Management by $1,930,000,000.  The amendment would reduce the funding for Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Children and Families Services Programs by $125,000,000.  The funding for the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Aging, Aging Services Programs would be reduced by $10,000,000.  The funding for the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary, General Departmental Management would be reduced by $105,000,000.  $4,201,000,000 would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 273—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to administer the wage-rate requirements of subchapter IV of chapter 31 of title 40, United States Code, with respect to any project or program funded by this Act.   

Amendment No. 274—Rep. McMorris Rodgers (R-WA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to pay any employee, contractor, or grantee of the Internal Revenue Service to implement or enforce the provisions of, or amendments made by, Public Laws 111-148 and 111-152.

Amendment No. 275—Rep. McMorris Rodgers (R-WA):  The amendment would reduce the amounts specified under for the “Department of Education, Education for Disadvantaged” and increase the amount made available for the “Department of Education, Special Education” by $336,550,000, $500,000,000, and $557,700,000, respectively.

Amendment No. 276—Rep. McMorris Rodgers (R-WA):  The amendment would reduce the funding for the Department of Education, Education for the Disadvantaged by $336,550,000.  The funding for the Department of Education, School Improvement Programs would be reduced by $500,000,000.  The funding for the Department of Education, Special Education would be increased by $557,700,000.

Amendment No. 277—Rep. Price (D-NC):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services for the implementation of the REAL ID Act of 2005.   

Amendment No. 278—Rep. Shock (R-IL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to transfer to the United States any individual detained at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba or a noncitizen captured outside the US as an enemy belligerent.

Amendment No. 279—Rep. Shock (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used by the EPA to reevaluate the approved herbicide Atrazine, as proposed and published in the Federal Register. 

Amendment No. 280—Rep. Schock (R-IL):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act from being used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to establish, administer, or implement new flood maps for historically under populated areas that are protected by levees (those levee districts of less than 15,000 people) and have an expired provisionally accredited levee.

Amendment No. 281—Rep. Schock (R-IL):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act from being used to implement, administer, or enforce the merit-based State personnel staffing requirements contained in section 618.890(a) of Litle 20, Code of Federal Regulations.

Amendment No. 282—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $110,920,000 the Related Programs, National Endowment for Democracy.  The amendment would also increase by $25,010,000 the amount made available to the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 283—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $13,600,000 the Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources.  The amendment would also increase by $13,600,000 the amount made available to the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 284—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $29,757,000 the Department of Bilateral Economic Assistance, Independent Agencies, African Development Foundation.  The amendment would also increase by $29,757,000 the amount made available to the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 285—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $10,716,000 the Related Programs, East-West Center.  The amendment would also increase by $10,716,000 the amount made available to the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 286—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for the Bureau of Reclamation, Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program.

Amendment No. 287—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $20,830,000 the Department of Bilateral Economic Assistance, Independent Agencies, Inter-American Foundation.  The amendment would also increase by $20,830,000 the amount made available to the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 288— Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $790,000,000 the Department of Bilateral Economic Assistance, Independent Agencies, Millennium Challenge Corporation.  The amendment would also increase by $790,000,000 the amount made available to the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 289—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to award grants under the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Water SMART grant program.

Amendment No. 290—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Interior for the Bureau of Reclamation Water and Related Resources by $18 million, from $913 million to $895 million.  The funds would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 291—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of the Treasury for International Affairs Technical Assistance by $20 million, from $20.2 million to $235,000.  The savings would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 292—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used to carry out the Tropical Forest Conservation Act of 1998.

Amendment No. 293—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of the Interior for Fish and Wildlife Service Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation by $4.43 million—reducing funding for the program to $0. The savings would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 294—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.

Amendment No. 295—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of the Interior for Fish and Wildlife Service Resource Management by $7.5 million—reducing funding for the program from $1.204 billion to $1.196 billion. The savings would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 296—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used to implement the Klamath Dam Removal and Sedimentation Study.

Amendment No. 297—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of the Interior for the Bureau of Reclamation by $1.8 million million—reducing funding for the program from $913 million to $911 million. The savings would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 298—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used by the FAA to carry out the Century of Aviation Environmental Program.

Amendment No. 299—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for FAA Administration and Operations by $26.5 million.  The savings would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 300—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available under the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” to be used for Biomass and Biorefinery Systems.

Amendment No. 301—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” by $220 million, bringing the appropriation from $1,467,400,000 to $1,247,400,000, and would transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 302—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available under the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” to be used for Building Technologies.

Amendment No. 303—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” by $220 million, bringing the appropriation from $1,467,400,000 to $1,247,400,000, and would transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 304—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available under the “Department of Energy, Science” for being used for biological and environmental research authorized under subtitle G of title IX of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. 

Amendment No. 305—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Science” by $302 million, bringing the appropriation from $4,017,700,000 to $3,715,700,000, and would transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 306—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Corps of Engineers—Civil, Department of the Army, Operation and Maintenance,” by $586,600,000, bringing the appropriation from $2,361,000,000 to $1,774,400,000, and would transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 307—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” for being used for “geothermal technologies.” 

Amendment No. 308—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” by $44 million, bringing the appropriation from $1,467,400,000 to $1,423,400,000, and would transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 309—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” for being used for “Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies.”

Amendment No. 310—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $174,000,000 the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.  The amendment would also increase by $174,000,000 the amount made available to the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 311—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would increase by $22,000,000,000 the Department of Energy, Title 17 Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee Authority Loan Program.

Amendment No. 312—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act under the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy from being available for "Industrial Technologies."

Amendment No. 313—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $96,000,000 the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.  The amendment would also increase by $96,000,000 the amount made available to the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 314—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act under the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy from being available for "Solar Energy."

Amendment No. 315—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $247,000,000 the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.  The amendment would also increase by $247,000,000 the amount made available to the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 316—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act under the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy from being available for "Vehicle Technologies."

Amendment No. 317—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $311,365,000 the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.  The amendment would also increase by $311,365,000 the amount made available to the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 318— Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act under the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy from being available for "Water Power."

Amendment No. 319—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $50,000,000 the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.  The amendment would also increase by $50,000,000 the amount made available to the Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 320—Rep. McClintock (R-CA)
:  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act under the heading “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” from being used for Wind Energy.   

Amendment No. 321—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce the funding level for the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $80,000,000.  The funds would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 322—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce the funding level for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund would be reduced by $1,500,000,000.  The funds would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 323—Rep. Blumenauer (D-OR):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel of the Department of Agriculture to provide benefits described in section 1001D(b)(1)(C) of the Food Security Act of 1985 to a· person or legal entity in excess of $250,000.

Amendment No. 324—Rep. Blumenauer (D-OR):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel of the Department of Agriculture to provide any benefit described in section 1001D(b)(1)(C) of the Food Security Act of 1985 to a person or legal entity if the average adjusted gross income of the person or legal entity exceeds $250,000.

Amendment No. 325—Rep. Blumenauer (D-OR):  The amendment would provide for payment to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting as authorized by the Communications Act of 1934.

Amendment No. 326—Rep. Blumenauer (D-OR):  The amendment would remove the proviso requiring the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund be used only for assistance under the community development block grant program that is provided under section 106 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974.

Amendment No. 327—Rep. Perlmutter (D-CO):  The amendment would reduce funding for Independent Agencies, Appalachian Regional Commission by $53,000,000, Independent Agencies, Delta Regional Authority by $10,000,000 and Independent Agencies, Denali Commission by $9,000,000.  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $46,000,000.

Amendment No. 328—Rep. Pallone (D-NJ):  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services by $298,000,000 and reduce funding by the same amount for NASA Space Operations.

Amendment No. 329—Rep. Kaptur (D-OH):  The amendment would reduce to $0 any funding made available by this Act for the Department of Energy, Power Marketing Administrations, Operation and Maintenance, Southeastern Power Administration.

Amendment No. 330—Rep. Kaptur (D-OH):  The amendment would reduce the amount of funding in the bill for the Department of Energy, Power Marketing, Administrations Operation and Maintenance, Southwestern Power Administration to $0. 

Amendment No. 331—Rep. Kaptur (D-OH):  The amendment would reduce the amount of funding in the bill for the Department of Energy, Power Marketing, Construction Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area Power Administration to $0.

Amendment No. 332—Rep. Kaptur (D-OH):  The amendment would limit the amount of funding in the bill for Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation salaries and expenses $7.76 million.

Amendment No. 333—Rep. Kaptur (D-OH):  The amendment would reduce funds in the bill made available for Payment in Lieu of Taxes by 75 percent.

Amendment No. 334—Rep. Lowey (D-NY):  The amendment would prohibit funds from being used by the Department of Homeland Security to provide grants under the Urban Area Security Initiative under section 2003 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 to more than 25 high-risk urban areas.

Amendment No. 335—Rep. Lowey (D-NY):  The amendment would restore $317 million in funding for Title X family planning.

Amendment No. 336—Rep. Bishop (D-NY):  The amendment would require the Director of CBO and the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics to jointly study the effect H.R. 1 will have on employment levels and report the findings within 90 days.

Amendment No. 337—Rep. Moran (D-VA):  The amendment would strike section 1747 from the bill.  The section stipulates that none of the funds made available by this bill may be used by the Environmental Protection Agency to implement, administer, or enforce a change to a rule or guidance document pertaining to the definition of waters under the jurisdiction of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act.

Amendment No. 338—Rep. Moran (D-VA):  The amendment would increase funding for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s North American Wetlands Conservation Fund from $0 to $50 million and reduce funding for EPA assistance grants by $50 million.

Amendment No. 339—Rep. Inslee (D-WA):  The amendment would reduce funding for all defense spending in the bill—except the Defense Health Program—by 2.7 percent.

Amendment No. 340—Rep. Inslee (D-WA):  The amendment would reduce all Department of Defense appropriations by 1.6 percent, with the exception of Title I (Military Personnel), the “Defense Health Program,” and any amount required to be made available by a provision in law. 

Amendment No. 341—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the Act to be used for the salary or expenses of any individual—

  • Who is serving as the head of any taskforce, council, policy office, or other component within the Executive Office of the President that is established by or at the direction of the President; and
  • Whose appointment does not require confirmation by and with the advice and consent of the Senate.

Amendment No. 342—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the Act to be used for the continued operation of the Mexican Wolf recovery program. 

Amendment No. 343—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the Act to be obligated or expended in excess of the amount authorized to be appropriated. 

Amendment No. 344—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the Act to be used for the payment of attorney’s fees or other legal expenses of any person with regard to any action brought by that person seeking enforcement of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1970.

Amendment No. 345—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the Act to be used for the payment of attorney’s fees or other legal expenses of any person with regard to any action brought by that person seeking enforcement of the Endangered Species  Act of 1973.

Amendment No. 346—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the Act to be used to provide trade adjustment assistance to wild blueberry producers. 

Amendment No. 347—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the “Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs,” appropriated at $913,707,000.

Amendment No. 348—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the Act to be used for the Climate Change Adaptation Initiative within the Department of the Interior.

Amendment No. 349—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the “Related Agency, Broadcasting Board of Governors, International Broadcasting Operations,” appropriated at $689,761,000, and would transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 350—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the following Department of Interior accounts: 1-Bureau of Land Management, Construction, 2-Land Acquisition, 3-United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Construction, 4-Land Acquisition, 5-National Park Service, Construction, 6-National Park Service, Land Acquisition and State Assistance; and the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Land Acquisition.  The amendment would also prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for the Land and Water Conservation Fund State Grants Program within the National Parks Service.  The amendment would also prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for the construction program within the Facilities activity within the US Geological Survey.

Amendment No. 351—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the following Department of Interior accounts: 1-Bureau of Land Management, Construction, 2-United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Construction, 3-National Park Service, Construction.  The amendment would also prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for the construction program within the Facilities activity within the US Geological Survey.

Amendment No. 352—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the following Department of Interior accounts: 1-Bureau of Land Management, Land Acquisition, 2-United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Land Acquisition, 3-National Park Service, Land Acquisition and State Assistance; and the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Land Acquisition.  The amendment would also prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for the Land and Water Conservation Fund State Grants Program within the National Parks Service. 

Amendment No. 353—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Construction account.

Amendment No. 354—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Land Acquisition account.

Amendment No. 355—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Department of Interior, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Construction account.

Amendment No. 356—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Department of Interior, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Land Acquisition account.

Amendment No. 357—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Department of Interior, National Park Service, Construction account.

Amendment No. 358—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Department of Interior, National Park Service, Land Acquisition and State Assistance account.

Amendment No. 359—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Land Acquisition account.

Amendment No. 360—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used for the construction program within the facilities activity within the US Geological Survey.   

Amendment No. 361—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used for the Land and Water Conservation Fund State Grants Program with the National Parks Service.   

Amendment No. 362—Rep. Flores (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act for “Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President” to be available for obligation during fiscal year 2011 in excess of the amounts available for during fiscal year 2008.   

Amendment No. 363—Rep. Reichert (R-WA):  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services Hiring program by $150,000,000.  The amendment would reduce the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs by $150,000,000.

Amendment No. 364—Rep. Reichert (R-WA):  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services Hiring program by $298,000,000.  The amendment would reduce the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs by $298,000,000.

Amendment No. 365—Rep. Reichert (R-WA):  The amendment would appropriate $298,000,000 to the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services Hiring program and would reduce funds to the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs.

Amendment No. 366— Rep. Reichert (R-WA):  The amendment would appropriate funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services Hiring program by $150,000,000.  The amendment would reduce the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs funding by $150,000,000.

Amendment No. 367—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel of the Department of Agriculture to provide any benefit described in section 1001D(b)(1)(C)) to a person or legal entity if the average adjusted gross income of the person or legal entity exceeds $250,000.   

Amendment No. 368—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would decrease funding for Department of Justice, General Administration, National Drug Intelligence Center by $34,023,000 and transfers the funds to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 369—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would prohibit funds provided in this Act from being used under the heading “related Agency, Broadcasting Board of Governors, International Broadcasting Operations” from being available for  Radio and Television Marti, and the amount under such heading would b reduced by $30,474,000.

Amendment No. 370—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would transfer $18.75 million from Defense-wide Operation and Maintenance to the Spending Reduction Account.  The intent of the amendment is to cut funding for Boards and Commissions.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 371—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would reduce funding for payments under the Community Service Block Grant Act by $100 million, from $405 million to $305 million.  The savings would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 372—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation by $47.1 million (the entirety of the account) and Overseas Private Investment Corporation Program Account by $23.3 million (the entirety of the account).  The savings would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 373—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the President’s International Organizations and Programs by $100.5 million, from $309 million to $204 million.  The savings would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 374—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel to carry out the Biomass Crop Assistance Program. 

Amendment No. 375—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Rural Development Programs, Rural Business–Cooperative Service, Rural Cooperative Development Grants ($18.8 million). The savings would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 376—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the EPA for Science and Technology by $64.1 million, from $790.5 million to $726.4 million.  The savings would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 377—Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used for the construction of an ethanol blender pump or an ethanol storage facility.

Amendment No. 378—Rep. Hall (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to establish a NOAA Climate Service (NCS) as described in the “Draft NOAA Climate Service

Strategic Vision and Framework” published at 75 Fed. Reg. 57739 (September 22, 2010).

Amendment No. 379—Rep. Reed (R-NY):  The amendment would reduce funding for the EPA from the $2.71 billion account for State and Tribal Assistance Grants by $10 million.  The savings would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 380—Reps. Tom Reed (R-NY), and Tom Graves (R-GA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the “Bilateral Economic Assistance, Funds Appropriate to the President, Democracy Fund,” appropriated at $112,800,000 and would transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 381—Reps. Tom Reed (R-NY), and Tom Graves (R-GA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the “Presidio Trust, Presidio Trust Fund,” appropriated at $15,000,000 and would transfer the savings to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 382—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 1429 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Corps of Engineers—Civil, Department of the Army, Construction,” at $1,690,000,000. 

Amendment No. 383—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 1702 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Department of the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Construction,” at $2,590,000. 

Amendment No. 384—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 1584 of the bill, which eliminates $59 million in funding for the Small Business Administration Salaries and Expenses for initiatives related to small business development and entrepreneurship,.

Amendment No. 385—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 1306 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Industrial Technology Services,” at $169,600,000.  

Amendment No. 386—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 1809 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Health Resources and Services,” at $5,313,171,000. 

Amendment No. 387—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 1819 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Children and Families Services Programs,” at $7,796,499,000. 

Amendment No. 388—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike portions of section 1819 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Community Service Block Grant Act,” at $7,796,499,000. 

Amendment No. 389—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 2226 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund,” at $1,500,000,000.

Amendment No. 390—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 1824 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Department of Education, Education for the Disadvantaged,” at $3,994,365,000.  

Amendment No. 391—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 2221 of the bill, which sets funding for the “Department of Housing and Urban Development, Housing Programs, Project-Based Rental Assistance,” at $8,882,328,000.

Amendment No. 392—Rep. Hanabusa (D-HI):  The amendment would shift $13 million from the funds made available to the “Department of Housing and Urban Development, Management and Administration, Administration, Operations and Management,” to the “Department of Housing and Urban Development, Public and Indian Housing, Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grants.” 

Amendment No. 393—Rep. Inslee (D-WA):  The amendment would increase funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability,” by $6 million, bringing the appropriation from $139 million to $145 million.  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Fossil Energy Research and Development,” by $6 million, bringing the appropriation from $586,600,000 to $580,600,000. 

Amendment No. 394—Rep. Inslee (D-WA):  The amendment would increase funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy,” by $40 million, bringing the appropriation from $1,467,400,000 to $1,427,400,000.  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Fossil Energy Research and Development,” by $40 million, bringing the appropriation from $586,600,000 to $546,600,000. 

Amendment No. 395—Rep. Inslee (D-WA):  The amendment would increase funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Advanced Research Projects Agency—Energy,” by $20 million, bringing the appropriation from $50 million to $70 million.  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Fossil Energy Research and Development,” by $20 million, bringing the appropriation from $586,600,000 to $566,600,000. 

Amendment No. 396—Rep. Cohen (D-TN):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs,” by $2.5 million, bringing the appropriation from $913,707,000 to $911,707,000 and would increase the  amount  made  available  for the “Department of Commerce, Minority  Business  Development  Agency,  Minority  Business  Development,” by $2.5 million, bringing the appropriation from $1,100,000 to $3,600,000.

Amendment No. 397—Rep. Waters (D-CA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Fossil Energy Research and Development,” appropriated at $586,600,000, and would transfer that funding to the “Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund,” appropriated at $1.5 billion, making appropriations for the fund $2,086,600,000. 

Amendment No. 398—Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 1812 of the bill which reduces funding for the “Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health.” 

Amendment No. 399—Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 1303 of the bill which sets funding for the “Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency, Minority Business Development,” at $30,400,000.

Amendment No. 400—Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would prevent the rescission of stimulus funds.   

Amendment No. 401—Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would provide for the continued funding of signs promoting the stimulus.   

Amendment No. 402—Rep. Price (D-NC):  The amendment would strike the proviso limiting the amount of funds to be used by the Transportation Security Administration that would cause the agency to exceed 46,000 full-time screeners.   

Amendment No. 403—Rep. Poe (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be appropriated to any agency for any activities in anticipation of, or related to implementing, administering, or enforcing the individual mandate to purchase health insurance pursuant to section 1501 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care, and the amendments made by such section.

Amendment No. 404—Rep. Walden (R-OR):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used to implement the Report and Order of the Federal Communications Commission relating to the matter of preserving the open Internet and broadband industry practices.

Amendment No. 405—Rep. Thompson (R-PA):  The amendment would amend the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to provide that payments made for standard power wheelchairs furnished in 2011 are subject to a 1 percent reduction in the covered item update made under the Social Security Act.

Amendment No. 406—Rep. Welch (D-VT):  The amendment would provide that $15,000,000 of the funds available for the Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Programs and Management be used for small and rural community technical and compliance assistance.

Amendment No. 407—Rep. Hall (D-TX):  The amendment would direct the EPA to enter into a contract with the National Academy of Sciences to perform a study and report to Congress regarding non-mercury hazardous air pollutants emitted by electric generating units and industrial boilers, among others.

Amendment No. 408—Rep. Clyburn (D-SC):  The amendment would require 10 percent of the funds made available for certain accounts are allocated for assistance in persistent poverty counties.

Amendment No. 409—Rep. Price (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by division B to be used by the Department of Health and Human Services to implement and enforce section 2718 of the Public health Service Act.

Amendment No. 410—Rep. Price (R-GA):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the “National Labor Relations Board, Salaries and Expenses,” and would transfer $233,400,000 to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 411—Rep. Price (R-GA):  The amendment would rescind unobligated discretionary spending by $45 billion and would direct the Director of Office and Management and Budget to report on such rescissions no later than 60 days after enactment of the Act.

Amendment No. 412—Rep. Price (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve from transferring any funds to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection for activities authorized to be carried out under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.  The amendment would also prohibit the Bureau from obligating any funds for such activities.   

Amendment No. 413—Rep. Woolsey (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds under the bill from being made available for the Department of Defense overseas contingency operations budget for military operations in Afghanistan until the President “seeks to negotiate and enter into a bilateral status of forces agreement with the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.”

Amendment No. 414—Rep. Bishop (D-NY):  The amendment would prohibit funds under the bill from being made available for the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility in Manhattan, Kansas.

Amendment No. 415—Rep. Edwards (D-MD):  The amendment would reduce a rescission in unobligated balances for the EPA by $100 million, from $300 million to $200 million, and increase overall funding for the EPA by a commensurate amount, from $2.7 billion to $2.8 billion.

Amendment No. 416—Rep. Pallone (D-NJ):  The amendment would stipulate that each amount from the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health account is reduced on a pro rata  basis so that the total of the reduction equals $639 million (the amount reduced in the underlying bill).

Amendment No. 417—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the bill to be used by the National Institutes of Health to study the impact of integral yoga on hot flashes in menopausal women.

Amendment No. 418—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the bill to be used by the National Institutes of Health to examine the potential impact of a soda tax on population health. 

Amendment No. 419—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the bill to be used by the National Institutes of Health to research the use of marijuana in conjunction with opioid medications, such as morphine. 

Amendment No. 420—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act from being used by the Department of Health and Human Services to study condom use skills in adult males.

Amendment No. 421—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act from being used by the Department of Health and Human Services to study the concurrent and separate use of malt liquor and marijuana among young adults.

Amendment No. 422—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act from being used by the National Science Foundation to study whether video games improve mental health for the elderly.

Amendment No. 423—Rep. Blackburn (R-TN):  The amendment would reduce all non-security, non-defense related funds made available by 5 percent.

Amendment No. 424—Rep. Fortenberry (R-NE):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act from being used to provide any type of security assistance to the country of Chad.

Amendment No. 425—Rep. Hastings (D-FL):  The amendment would increase and decrease by an equivalent amount ($750,000) the funding level for the Agricultural Programs, Agricultural Research Service, Salaries and Expenses.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 426—Rep. Hastings (D-FL):  The amendment would increase and decrease by an equivalent amount ($750,000) the funding level for Agricultural Programs, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Salaries and Expenses.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 427—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to for the investigation or criminal prosecution under any State or local law of any person for the manufacture, dispensation, distribution, or possession of marijuana; or to enforce any Federal law prohibiting the manufacture, dispensation, distribution, or possession of marijuana.

Amendment No. 428—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would reduce by $200,000,000 the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Salaries and Expenses, and would remove a proviso that ICE maintain not fewer than 33,400 detention beds through fiscal year 2011.

Amendment No. 429—Rep. Stearns (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for the payment of attorney’s fees or other legal expenses of any former senior executive officer of the Federal National Mortgage Company or Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation.

Amendment No. 430—Rep. Pitts (R-PA): The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to pay the salary of any officer or employee of the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Labor, or the Department of the Treasury who takes any action to specify or define essential benefits under section 1302 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 431—Rep. Fortenberry (R-NE): The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census for Periodic Censuses and Programs by $44 million, from 913.7 million to $869.7 million.  The savings would be transferred to the commerce spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 432—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would amend section 1425 of the bill to include nuclear power facilities and front-end nuclear facilities among projects subject to limits on Department of Energy loan guarantees under the Title 17 Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee Authority Loan Program.  The amendment would also strike a $25 billion reduction in the maximum amount of loan commitments and increase the maximum loan commitment by $22 billion.

Amendment No. 433—Rep. McClintock (R-CA):  The amendment would eliminate the $586 million of funding in the bill for Department of Energy, Fossil Energy Research and Development.  The savings would be transferred to the energy spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 434—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of the Treasury for Internal Revenue Service Enforcement by $30 million, from $5.219 billion to $5.189 billion. 

Amendment No. 435—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would strike section 1517 which stipulates that the Federal Reserve may not transfer more than $80 million to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection for activities authorized to be carried out by the Bureau under title X of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

Amendment No. 436—Rep. Blumenauer (D-OR):  The amendment would strike portions of section 1838 which eliminates funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  The amendment would provide $460 million in appropriated funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  Funds would be available through FY 2013.

Amendment No. 437—Rep. Woodall (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used for to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel to carry out the Biomass Crop Assistance Program authorized by section 9011 of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002.  H.R. 1 prohibits funding in excess of $112 million for this purpose. 

Amendment No. 438—Rep. Woodall (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill, "other than amounts contractually obligated by the United States prior to enactment of this section,” from being used for to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel to carry out the Biomass Crop Assistance Program authorized by section 9011 of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002. 

Amendment No. 439—Rep. Doyle (D-PA): The amendment is intended to apply certain policies regarding public access to research results established for the National Institutes of Health to all departments receiving more than $100 million in funding.  However, the amendment was filed incorrectly and references inapplicable public law.  

Amendment No. 440—Rep. Mica (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used for recruiting or hiring or personnel into the Transportation Security Administration that would cause the agency to exceed certain staffing levels.   

Amendment No. 441—Rep. Denham (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce the funding for federal buildings, courthouses and other purposes by $20,000,000.

Amendment No. 442—Rep. Denham (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used for high-speed rails in the state of California.

Amendment No. 443—Rep. Reichert (R-WA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs by $150,000,000.  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services by $150,000,000.

Amendment No. 444—Rep. Reichert (R-WA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Periodic Censuses and Programs by $298,000,000.  The amendment would increase funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services by $298,000,000.

Amendment No. 445—Rep. Kinzinger (R-IL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to participate in any lawsuit that seeks to invalidate certain provisions of the Arizona Revised Statutes amended by Arizona Senate Bill 1070.

Amendment No.446—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Iraq Security Forces Fund by $1,500,000,000.  The funds would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 447—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Justice, General Administration, Detention Trustee by $309,500,000 and increase funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services by the same amount.

Amendment No. 448—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used by the Transportation Security Administration for the acquisition or deployment of backscatter x-ray full body scanner technology.   

Amendment No. 449—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Interior, Departmental Offices, Office of the Secretary, Salaries and Expenses by $40,000,000 and increase the funding for the Department of Interior, National Park Service, Land Acquisition and State Assistance.

 Amendment No. 450—Rep. Mack (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by the bill from being used to carry out the programs under the National Community Services Act of 1990 or part A of title I of the Domestic Volunteer Service Act. 

Amendment No. 451—Rep. Mack (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by the bill from being used to carry out the American Community Survey. 

Amendment No. 452—Rep. Mack (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by the bill from being used to administer the wage-rate requirements of subchapter IV of chapter 31 of title 40, United States Code, with respect to any project or program funded by the Act.

Amendment No. 453—Rep. Mack (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by the bill from being used to fund the National Railroad Passenger Corporation.   

Amendment No. 454—Rep. Mack (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by the bill from being used to carry out the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

Amendment No. 455—Rep. Mack (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by the bill from being used to implement or enforce the Report and Order of the Federal Communications Commission relating to the matter of persevering the open Internet and broadband industry practices. 

Amendment No. 456—Rep. Mack (R-FL):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Grants and Administration account. 

Amendment No. 457—Rep. Flake (R-FL):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Children and Families Services Programs,” by $100,000,000, bringing the appropriation from $7,796,499,000 to $7,696,499,000.  The amendment would transfer $100,000,000 to the Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 458—Rep. Frank (D-MA):  The amendment would revise the amounts appropriated by making the following changes:

  • Reducing funding for the “Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Enforcement,” by $77 million;
  • Reducing funding for the “Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Operations Support,” by $46 million;
  • Reducing funding for the “General Services Administration, Real Property Activities, Federal Building Fund,” by $7 million;
  • Reducing funding for the “General Services Administration, General Activities, Government-Wide Policy,” by $1 million;
  • Increasing funding for the “Independent Agencies, Securities and Exchange Commissions, Salaries and Expenses,” by $131 million. 

Amendment No. 459—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce and increase funding for Department of Energy for Energy Programs Science by $700,000.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 460—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would strike section 1746, which would prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from using funds to enforce or promulgate rules or orders related to the Clean Air Act due to concerns regarding possible climate change.

Amendment No. 461—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would add a section to the end of the Act to enact into law the following bills introduced on January 5, 2011: H.R. 131, H.R. 132, H.R. 133, H.R. 134, H.R. 135, all relating to changes to the Internal Revenue Code.

Amendment No. 462—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit the funds made available by this Act from being used for a program for which the authorization expired more than 5 years prior to the date of enactment of this Act.

Amendment No. 463—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would rescind any appropriation or fund transfers in the Patient Protections and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 464—Rep. Filner (D-CA):  The amendment would reduce by $40,000,000 the funds made available to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Administration, Operations and Management and would increase by $40,000,000 the funds made available to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Public and Indian Housing, Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.

Amendment No. 465—Rep. Poe (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available by this Act from being used for the administration, implementation, or enforcement of section 1501 (aka the “individual mandate”) of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Amendment No. 466—Rep. Poe (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit any of the funds made available by this Act from being used by the Environmental Protection Agency to implement, administer , or enforce any statutory or regulatory requirement pertaining to emissions of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, sulfur hexafluoride, hydrofluorocarbons, or perfluorocarbons from stationary sources that is issued or becomes applicable or effective after January 1, 2011 .

Amendment No. 467—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to develop, promulgate, evaluate, implement, provide oversight to, or backstop total maximum daiiy loads or watershed implementation plans for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

Amendment No. 468—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used to subsidize wireless service under the Low Income Fund program of the Universal Service Fund.

Amendment No. 469— Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act from being used for construction of the Richard H. Poff Federal Building in Roanoke, Virginia.

Amendment No. 470—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funding in the bill from being used to carry out title XX of the Public Health Service Act , relating to adolescent family life demonstration projects.  The Office of Adolescent Pregnancy Programs (OAPP) administers adolescent pregnancy programs under Title VI of the Public Health Service Act.

Amendment No. 471—Rep. Goodlatte (R-VA):  The amendment would prohibit funding in the bill from being used to fund non-Federal museums.

Amendment No. 472—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 1312 from the underlying bill.  Section 1312 sets funding levels for Department of Justice, Legal Activities, Salaries and Expenses, General Legal Activities at $865 million.

Amendment No. 473—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would amend section 1340 from the underlying bill.  The amendment would increase funding for payments to the Legal Services Corporation by $140 million.

Amendment No. 474—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 1342 which rescinds $1.7 billion of the funds made available for the Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census for Periodic Censuses and Programs.

Amendment No. 475—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 1605 which reduces the level of funding for the Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding to $0.

Amendment No. 476—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section which rescinds $106 million of unobligated balances available for Department of Homeland Security for U.S. Customs and Border Protection Construction for construction projects.

Amendment No. 477—Rep. Barletta (R-PA):  The amendment would reduce amounts available for the U.S. Institute of Peace and related programs by $42 million and increase funding for HHS Children and Families Low Income Home Energy Assistance by $42 million.

Amendment No. 478—Rep. Barletta (R-PA):  The amendment would increase funding for the Bureau of Reclamation, Water and Related Resources, for desert terminal lakes by $1 million and reduce funds for the Corps of Engineers for Mississippi River and Tributaries by $1 million.

Amendment No. 479—Rep. Shuler (D-NC):  The amendment would insert a new section at the end of the bill which would require treating working interest in any oil or gas property that is not a small or independent oil or gas company as a “passive activity” for the taxable purposes.  The amendment would also require that funding for Head Start programs in the underlying bill be supplement by the total revenues lost by the general treasury in fiscal year 2010 as a result of tax incentives issued under Paragraph (3) of section 469 (c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

Amendment No. 480—Rep. Shuler (D-NC):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used for re-contouring of roads, construction of earthen berms or “tank traps” to block roads, or for the decommissioning of any roads within the Roy Taylor area of the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina.   

Amendment No. 481—Rep. Franks (R-AZ):  The amendment would direct the new government of Egypt fulfills its commitment to the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty and to freedom of navigation of the Suez Canal as a condition to receiving funds appropriated to the “Economic Support Fund.”

Amendment No. 482—Rep. Heller (R-NV):  The amendment would prohibit the use of funds made available by this Act to be used to designate monuments under the Antiquities Act of 1906.

Amendment No. 483—Rep. Fortenberry (R-NE):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used for or in sterilization campaigns.

Amendment No. 484—Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to pay the travel expenses of the Secretary of the Treasury.

Amendment No. 485—Rep. Kinzinger (R-IL):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used for the gathers and removals of free-roaming wild horses and burros, except for the purpose of fertility control.

Amendment No.486—Del. Bordallo (D-Guam):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Justice, Legal Activities, Salaries and Expenses, General Legal Activities by $29,000,000 and increase funding for the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Operations, Research, and Facilities by $29,000,000.

Amendment No. 487—Del. Bordallo (D-Guam):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife, Land Acquisition by $6,679,000 and would reduce funding for the Department of the Interior, Departmental Offices, Insular Affairs, Assistance to Territories by the same amount.

Amendment No. 488—Del. Bordallo (D-Guam):  The amendment would designate $24,000,000 of the Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Facilities and Equipment funding to be used for the “ground-based augmentation system of the NextGen air traffic control system.”  

Amendment No. 489—Rep. Weiner (D-NY):  The amendment would reduce funding for NASA Cross Agency Support by $501,500,000 and increase the funding for the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services by the same amount.

Amendment No. 490—Rep. Chu (D-CA):  The amendment would increase the maximum Pell grant award from $4,015 to $4,860. 

Amendment No. 491—Rep. Woolsey (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the bill from being made available to the Food and Drug Administration to approve any application of genetically engineered salmon (or any product derived from genetically engineered salmon) intended for human consumption.   

Amendment No. 492—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the following two accounts:

  • “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Fossil Energy Research and Development,” by $133,025,000, bringing the appropriation from $586,600,000 to $453,575,000; and
  • “Department of Energy, Atomic Energy Defense Activities, National Nuclear Security Administration, Weapons Activities,” by $312,000,000, bringing the appropriation from $6,696,400,000 to $6,384,400,000. 

The amendment would increase funding for the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Science,” by $445,625,000, bringing the appropriation from $4,017,700,000 to $4,463,325,000.

Amendment No. 493—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would remove restrictions on the use of funding in the “Department of Energy, Energy Programs, Science” fund. 

Amendment No. 494—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of the Interior, Departmental Offices, Office of the Secretary, Salaries and Expenses,” by $40 million and would increase funding for the “Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Land Acquisition and State Assistance,” by $40 million. 

Amendment No. 495—Rep. Hall (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit funding made available under the bill from being used to implement, establish, or create a NOAA Climate Service. 

Amendment No. 496—Rep. Matheson (D-UT):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security by $600 million. 

Amendment No. 497—Rep. Matheson (D-UT):  The amendment would reduce all funding made available under the bill, other than for the Department of Defense and the U.S. Postal Service, by $280 million. 

Amendment No. 498—Rep. Johnson (R-OH):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the bill from being used to develop, carry out, implement, or otherwise enforce proposed regulations published June 18, 2010 by the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement of the Department of the Interior.    

Amendment No. 499—Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available under the bill from being used to pay the expenses of official travel for the Secretary of the Treasury. 

Amendment No. 500—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would reduce by $200,000,000 the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Salaries and Expenses, and would remove a proviso that ICE maintain not fewer than 33,400 detention beds through fiscal year 2011.  The amendment would also increase by $200,000,000 the amount made available to Homeland Security Spending Reduction Account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 501—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy, Salaries and Expenses.

Amendment No. 502—Rep. Polis (D-CO):  The amendment would eliminate funding for the Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy, Salaries and Expenses.

Amendment No. 503—Rep. Lamborn (R-CO):  The amendment would restore funds made available by this Act under Division A (Department of Defense Appropriations) to the levels authorized by the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2011.

Amendment No. 504—Rep. Lamborn (R-CO):  The amendment would restore funds made available by this Act under Division A (Department of Defense Appropriations) to the levels authorized by the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2011.

Amendment No. 505—Rep. DeGette (D-CO):  The amendment would strike language prohibiting the availability of funds for the program under Title X of the Public Health Service Act.

Amendment No. 506—Rep. Holt (D-NJ):  The amendment would reduce by $63,000,000 the Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Enforcement and increase by $63,000,000 the amount made available under section 1517 to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection.

Amendment No. 507—Rep. Akin (D-MO):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by Division A of this Act from being used for termination liabilities with respect to assault vehicles of the Marine Corps or the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle.

Amendment No. 508—Rep. Bartlett (R-MD):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for grant agreements or contracts with facilities defined in 7 U.S.C. § 2132(e) if those agreements or contracts allow or encourage the breeding of chimpanzees.

Amendment No. 509—Rep. Connolly (D-VA):  The amendment would reduce by $200,000,000 the funds made available to Agricultural Programs, Farm Service Agency, Agricultural Credit Insurance Fund Program Account.  The amendment would also strike Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, Grants to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority from a list of accounts funded at $0.

Amendment No. 510—Del. Norton (D-DC):  The amendment would stipulate that notwithstanding the underlying bill, a Washington D.C. City Council bill,  the “Closing of a Public Alley in Square 0441, Act of 2010,” shall take effect on the day of the its enactment.

Amendment No. 511—Rep. Nadler (D-NY):  Would strike sections 2202, 2203, 2204, 2205, 2206, 2207, 2210, 2211, 2212, 2213, 2214, 2215, 2217, 2218, and 2219.  These sections contain appropriated funding levels and rescissions for certain transportation accounts as follows:

  • 2202 provides $2.7 billion for the Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration for Facilities and Equipment;
  • 2203 eliminates funding for a number of accounts, including DOT Grants for Energy Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Reductions, the Railroad Safety Technology Program and Capital Assistance for High Speed Rail Corridor.
  • 2204 provides $146 million for FAA Research, Engineering, and Development.
  • 2205 provides $1.5 billion for Federal Transit Administration Capital Investment Grants.
  • 2206 provides $15 million for the Rail Line Relocation and Improvement Program.
  • 2207 provides $850 million to the Federal Railroad Administration for Capital and Debt Service Grants for Amtrak.
  • 2210 rescinds $600 million to DOT for National Infrastructure Investments.
  • 2211 rescinds $280 million for Federal Transit Administration, Capital Investment Grants.
  • 2212 rescinds $50 million for the Railroad Safety Technology Program.
  • 2213 rescinds $78.4 million for Capital Assistance to States for Intercity Passenger Rail Service.
  • 2214 rescinds $75 million for Grants for Energy Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Reductions.
  • 2215 – 2219 prohibit funding for certain activities described in Division A of Public Law 111-117, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2010.

Amendment No. 512—Rep. Grimm (R-NY):  The amendment would reduce funding from the $3.13 billion account for NASA Cross Agency Support by $195 million and increase funding for the $4.7 billion Low-Income Home Energy Assistance account by $195 million.

Amendment No. 513—Rep. Grimm (R-NY):  The amendment would stipulate that reductions to the Federal Railroad Administration’s Capita Assistance for High Speed Rail Corridors and Intercity Passenger Rail Service could not be applied to maintenance programs and would be applied to routes with the highest operating losses.

Amendment No. 514—Rep. Price (D-NC):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to enforce certain requirements of the Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act.

Amendment No. 515—Rep. Bishop (R-UT):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used for the National Landscape Conservation System.

Amendment No. 516—Rep. Camp (R-MI):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used for the opening of the locks at the Thomas J. O'Brien Lock and Dam or the Chicago River Controlling Works.

Amendment No. 517—Rep. Fortenberry (R-NE):  The amendment would reduce and increase funding for Bilateral Economic Assistance for the President’s Economic Support Fund by $200 million.  Often Members will use an amendment of this nature in order to clarify within the Congressional Record that funding shall be directed to a specific purpose.

Amendment No. 518—Rep. Campbell (R-CA): The amendment would reduce funding for all amounts in the bill—except for amounts for the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and Veterans Affairs—by 5.5 percent.

Amendment No. 519—Rep. Campbell (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for all amounts for the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security by 3.5 percent.

Amendment No. 520—Rep. Quigley (D-IL):  The amendment would strike the provision prohibiting the use of appropriated for an Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change.   

Amendment No. 521—Rep. Bailey (D-IA):  The amendment would provide that the EPA administrator would not be prohibited from implementing or enforcing section 211(o) of the Clean Air Act.

Amendment No. 522—Del. Bordallo (D-Guam):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Agricultural Programs, Agricultural Marketing Service, Marketing Services by $5,000,000 and increase funding for the Agricultural Programs, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Research and Education Activities by the same amount.

Amendment No. 523—Rep. Paul (R-TX):  The amendment would reduce funding for International Security Assistance, Pakistan Counterinsurgency Capability Fund, and others by $6,385,000,000.  The funds would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 524—Rep. Conyers (D-MI):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to make an application under section 501 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act for an order requiring the production of library circulation records, library patron lists, book sales records, or book customer lists.

Amendment No. 525—Rep. Schweikert (R-AZ):  The amendment would provide that if the debt of the United States government reaches the statutory limit, the authority of the Department of the Treasury provided in section 3123 of title 31, United States Code, to pay with legal tender the principal and interest on debt held by the public would take priority over all other obligations incurred by the government.

Amendment No.526—Rep. Wu (D-OR):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to implement, administer, or enforce section 3(e) of the Natural Gas Act.

Amendment No. 527—Rep. Deutch (D-FL):  The amendment would reduce the amount of funding available for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Management and Administration, Administration, Operations and Management by $25,000,000 and increase the amount available for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development, Community Development Fund by the same amount provided that the funds are used to mitigate, replace, or address problem drywall.

Amendment No. 528—Rep. Carter (R-TX):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to pay the salary or expenses of any position as Senior Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury Assigned to the Presidential task Force on the Auto Industry, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, and others.

Amendment No. 529—Rep. Alexander (R-LA):  The amendment would provide that the administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency may not use the assumption that a currently existing levee or flood control structure does not exist to designate an area as having new flood hazards pursuant to issuance, revision, updating, or other process to implement changes in flood insurance maps, except in cases where no affected community notifies the Federal Emergency Management Agency of objections to the Administrator's hazard modeling processes within 90 days of enactment of this Act.

Amendment No. 530—Rep. Nunes (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Mid-Pacific Region of the Bureau of Reclamation within the Water and Related Resources account by $72 million. 

Amendment No. 531—Rep. Nunes (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Mid-Pacific Region of the Bureau of Reclamation within the Water and Related Resources account by $72 million. 

Amendment No. 532—Rep. Young (R-AK):  The amendment would strike a provision in the bill which prohibits funding for Part B and Part C of title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

Amendment No. 533—Rep. Young (R-AK):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by the bill from being used by the Environmental Appeals Board to consider, review, reject, remand, or otherwise invalidate any permit issued for Outer Continental Shelf sources located offshore of the States along the Arctic Coast under the Clean Air Act. 

Amendment No. 534—Rep. Royce (R-CA):  The amendment would reduce by 20 percent any amount under the bill for motor vehicles for any civilian agency listed in the worldwide inventory of the most recent Federal fleet report on the GSA. 

Amendment No. 535—Rep. Scott (D-VA):  The amendment would reduce funding for the “Department of Justice, General Administration, Detention Trustee” account by $100 million, and would increase funding for the “Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Juvenile Justice Programs,” by $100 million. 

Amendment No. 536—Rep. Welch (D-VT):  The amendment would reduce funding for “Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide,” by $150 million, and would increase funding for “Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard,” by $150 million. 

Amendment No. 537—Rep. Welch (D-VT):  The amendment would reduce funding for “Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide,” by $150 million, and would increase funding for “Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard,” by $150 million. 

Amendment No. 538—Rep. Welch (D-VT):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the bill from being used to carry out a section 456(a)(4) of the Higher Education Act of 1965.

Amendment No. 539—Rep. Sensenbrenner (R-WI):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available under the bill from being made available to the Department of Transportation for any program to check helmet usage or create checkpoints for motorcycle drivers or riders. 

Amendment No. 540—Rep. LaTourette (R-OH):  The amendment would strike all after the enacting clause and insert language authorizing continuing appropriations at various reduction levels from fiscal year 2010 amounts.

Amendment No. 541—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would eliminate funding for Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Operations, Research, and Facilities.

Amendment No. 542—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would eliminate $6,151,783,000 designated for making payments under the Head Start Act.

Amendment No. 543—Rep. Mica (R-FL):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used for any recruiting or hiring of personnel into the Transportation Security Administration that would cause the agency to exceed two-thirds of the current employees at headquarters or one-half of the current non-screener workforce at regional offices.

Amendment No. 544—Rep. Castor (D-FL):  The amendment would strike section 1607 providing funding for the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Automation Modernization.

Amendment No. 545—Rep. Pompeo (R-KS):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to carry out any of the activities described in section 6A of the Consumer Product Safety Act.

Amendment No. 546— Rep. Pompeo (R-KS):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to by the Consumer Product Safety Commission to promulgate, implement, administer, or enforce a final rule relating to testinO' and labeling pertaining to product certification based on the proposed l'ule published in the F ederal Register on May 20, 2010 (75 Fed. Reg. 2 336).

Amendment No. 547— Rep. Pompeo (R-KS):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used by the Consumer Product Safety Commission to publish a notice of requirements for accreditation of third party conformity assessment bodies for testing the conformity of products with section 106 or 108 of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 or rules promulgated under either such section.

Amendment No. 548—Rep. Jones (R-NC):  The amendment would prohibit any funds made available by this Act from being used to develop or approve a new limited access privilege program (as that term is used in section 303A the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (16 U.S.C. 1 53a) for any fishery under the jurisdiction of the South Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic, New England, or Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council.

Amendment No. 549—Rep. Welch (D-VT):  The amendment would add a proviso to section 1269 that the Secretary of Agriculture shall transfer an additional $149,000,000 to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

Amendment No. 550—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would reduce funding for CDC Disease Control, Research, and Training by $750 million and transfer the savings to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 551—Rep. King (R-IA):  The amendment would reduce funding for CDC Disease Control, Research, and Training by $750 million and strike references to transferring such funds from funding appropriated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).  The savings would be transferred to the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 552—Rep. Schrader (D-OR):  The amendment would insert a new section at the end of the bill that would alter funding for subcommittees in the bill.  The amendment would require that Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies receive appropriations equal 89 percent of the FY 2010 appropriated level and the Department of Defense receive appropriations equal to 101 percent of the FY 2010 appropriated level.  In addition, the amendment would require that the Homeland Security appropriation receive $42.5 billion in discretionary budget authority and the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies receive $74.6 billion in budget authority.  All other appropriated levels would be set at 96 percent of FY 2010 funding levels.

Amendment No. 553—Rep. McMorris-Rogers (R-WA):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to pay salaries of officers and employees of the Department of the Treasury who implement certain sections of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 554—Rep. Price (R-GA):  The amendment would express the sense of Congress that that the current budgetary framework as provided for in the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 and subsequent Acts should be repealed and replaced with a new framework which forces Congress to balance the budget, relies on zero-growth based budgeting, sets forth binding spending limits, makes it easier to review and eliminate federal programs and agencies, and narrows the criteria for designating emergency spending.

Amendment No. 555—Rep. Boustany (R-LA):  The amendment would amend section 1425 of the bill to include conditional loan guarantee commitments among projects whose maximum loan commitment under Department of Energy loan guarantees under the Title 17 Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee Authority Loan Program is not subject to a $25 billion reduction in loan guarantee commitments.

Amendment No. 556—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would reduce and eliminate funding for a number of accounts as follows:

  • Eliminates $2.5 million for Bureau of Land Management (BLM) construction.
  • Eliminates $2.7 million for BLM land acquisition.
  • Eliminates $23.7 million for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service construction.
  • Eliminates $15 million for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service land acquisition.
  • Eliminates $171.7 million for National Park Service construction.
  • Eliminates $14.1 million for National Park Service land acquisition.
  • Eliminates $9.1 million for Forest Service land acquisition.

The amendment would transfer $239 million in savings into the spending reduction account. Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill.

Amendment No. 557—Rep. Gardner (R-CO):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used by the EPA to propose, finalize, implement, or enforce any regulation that includes any article or substance subject to IRS taxation of firearms or the manufacture thereof as a chemical substance subject to regulation under the Toxic Substances Control Act.

Amendment No. 558—Rep. Alexander (R-LA):  The amendment would insert a new section in the bill which would stipulate that FEMA may not use the assumption that a currently existing levee or flood control structure does not exist to designate an area as having new flood hazards to implement changes in flood insurance maps used under the national flood insurance program.  The amendment would provide an exception to this provision in cases where no affected community notifies FEMA of objections to the Administrator’s hazard modeling processes within 90 days of the enactment of this Act.

Amendment No. 559—Rep. Alexander (R-LA):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to designate an area protected by a currently existing levee or flood control structure as having new flood hazards pursuant to any process to implement changes in flood insurance maps used, except in cases where no affected community notifies FEMA of objections to the Administrator's hazard modeling processes within 90 days of the enactment of this Act.

Amendment No. 560—Rep. Flores (R-TX):  The amendment would reduce the Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, The White House, Salaries and Expenses by $4,530,000; Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, Executive Residence at the White House, Operating Expenses by $332,000; Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, White House Repair and Restoration by $405,000; Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, National Security Council, Salaries and Expenses by $2,979,000; Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, Office of Administration, Salaries and Expenses by $17,771,000; and  Executive Office of the President and Funds Appropriated to the President, Office of Management and Budget, Salaries and Expenses by $10,220,000.

Amendment No. 561—Rep. Peters (D-MI):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to by the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service to conduct lethal wildlife control activities.  The amendment would also reduce the funding for the Agricultural Programs, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Salaries and Expenses by $28,000,000.

Amendment No. 562—Rep. Reyes (D-TX):  The amendment would reduce funding for the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Salaries and Expenses by $60,000,000 and increase funding for the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Border Security Fencing, Infrastructure, and Technology by the same amount.

Amendment No. 563—Rep. Noem (R-SD):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to modify the national primary ambient air quality standard or the national secondary ambient air quality standard applicable to coarse particulate matter under section 109 of the Clean Air Act.

Amendment No. 564—Rep. Bass (R-NH):  The amendment would reduce the amount of funding available to the Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services by $98,000,000.  The amendment would and increase funding to the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Low Income Home Energy Assistance by $50,000,000.  The remaining $48,000,000 in savings would be transferred into the spending reduction account.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account are designated as savings and lower the 302(b) allocation for a given subcommittee.  Funds transferred into the spending reduction account cannot be allocated elsewhere in the bill. 

Amendment No. 565—Rep. Bass (R-NH):  The amendment would reduce the amount of funding available to the Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services by $98,000,000 and increase funding to Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Low Income Home Energy Assistance by $50,000,000.

Amendment No.566—Rep. Boren (D-OK):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to require a person licensed under section 923 of title 18, United States Code, to report information to the Department of Justice regarding the sale of multiple rifles or shotguns to the same person.

Amendment No. 567—Rep. Hayworth (R-NY):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to implement section 1899A of the Social security Act as added by section 3403 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The amendment would prohibit funds from going towards implementation of the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) created in ObamaCare.

Amendment No. 568—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to grants within the meaning of section 6302 and section 6304 of Title 31 of the US Code.

Amendment No. 569—Rep. Issa (R-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds made available by this Act to be used to fund periodic step increases described in Section 5335 of Title V of the US Code.

Amendment No. 570—Rep. Matheson (D-UT):  The amendment would reduce funding in the bill for motor vehicles for any civilian agency listed in the worldwide inventory of the most recent Federal fleet report of the General Services Administration by 20 percent.

Amendment No. 571—Rep. Hultgren (R-IL): The amendment would stipulate that notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the Department of Energy is hereby authorized to proceed with the new experiments requested for the High Energy Physics program.

Amendment No. 572—Rep. Rush (D-IL): The amendment would stipulate that not more than $100 million shall be available until expended for carrying out the provisions for Trauma Service Availability Grants of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 573—Rep. Cooper (D-TN):  The amendment would insert a new section at the end of the bill that would alter funding for subcommittees in the bill.  The amendment would require that Homeland Security agencies receive appropriations equal 100 percent of the FY 2010 appropriated level and Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies, with respect to funds for Pell Grants, receive appropriations equal to 100 percent of FY 2010 appropriated levels.  All other appropriated levels would be set at 95 percent of FY 2010 funding levels.

Amendment No. 574—Rep. Pearce (R-NM):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to make any contribution on behalf of the United States to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Amendment No. 575—Rep. Rehberg (R-MT): The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being paid to any employee, officer, contractor, or grantee of any department or agency funded by the Labor,  Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies portion of the bill to implement the provisions of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).

Amendment No. 576—Rep. Eshoo (D-CA):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to enter into any contract with a corporation or other business entity that does not disclose its political contributions.

Amendment No. 577—Rep. Price (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel to carry out and implement Title X (Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

Amendment No. 578—Rep. Price (R-GA):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to pay the salaries and expenses of personnel to carry out and implement the National Labor Relations Act (29 U.S.C. 151 et seq.).

Amendment No. 579—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 1649, which rescinds $106 million in unobligated balances available for Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Construction for construction projects.

Amendment No. 580—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 1605, which reduces the level of funding for Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding to $0.

Amendment No. 581—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 3002, which prohibits federal agencies from awarding stimulus funding for signage or advertisements indicating that a project is funded by the stimulus bill.

Amendment No. 582—Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  The amendment would strike section 3001, which rescinds all unobligated funds provide by the stimulus bill. 

Amendment No. 583—Rep. Reed (R-NY):  The amendment would prohibit funds in the bill from being used to change any rate of basic pay pursuant to the overseas comparability pay adjustment for members of the foreign service provided in Public Law 111-32, the Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2009.