H.R. 2847 Amendments: Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010

H.R. 2847

Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010

Date
June 16, 2009 (111th Congress, 1st Session)

Staff Contact
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Floor Situation

The following 127 amendments were preprinted in the Congressional Record and, thus, made in order under the rule. Debate on these amendments began on Tuesday, June 16, and will likely continue through Wednesday, June 17.

Bill Summary

1) Rep. Olson (R-TX):  Reduce funding for the Bureau of Census by $566.5 million, and increase funding for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration exploration $566.5 million.  

 

2) Rep. Paulsen (R-MN):  Adds the following language at the end of the bill, "None of the funds made available in this Act may be used to try an individual who is detained at Naval States, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as of the date of enactment of this Act, in any U.S. court."

 

3) Rep. Moore (D-WI):  Decreases funding for the Department of Commerce Departmental Management salaries and expenses by $4 million (H.R. 2847 appropriates $60 million), and increases funding by $4 million for legal assistance for victims as part of the Violence Against Women Prevention and Prosecution Programs, bringing total funding to $41 million for legal assistance. 

 

4)  Rep. Moore (D-WI):  Decreases funding for the Department of Commerce Departmental Management salaries and expenses by $8 million (H.R. 2847 appropriates $60 million), and increases funding by $8 million for legal assistance for victims as part of the Violence Against Women Prevention and Prosecution Programs, bringing total funding to $45 million for legal assistance. 

 

5) Rep. Garrett (R-NJ):  Decreases funding for the Legal Services Corporation by $5 million, and increases funding for the State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance by $5 million. 

 

6) Rep. Hensarling (R-TX):  Eliminates funding for Legal Services Corporation.

 

7)  Rep. Garrett (R-NJ):  Prohibits any funds under the bill from being used to make full or partial completion of the American Community Survey mandatory or to enforce civil penalties, including fines, for failure to complete the survey in its entirety. 

 

8)  Rep. Schock (R-IL):  Increases funding for the International Trade Administration (ITA) by $500,000, and reduces funding for the Bureau of Census salaries and expenses by $500,000 (from $259,024,000).  (As it is likely that a point of order will lie against Amendment 9, the sponsor's intent of this amendment is to have a vote on increasing funding for a study on the economic benefits of the U.S.-Columbia Free Trade Act.)

 

9)  Rep. Schock (R-IL):  Increases funding for the ITA by $500,000, and reduces funding for the Bureau of Census salaries and expenses by $500,000 (from $259 million).  The amendment also includes a provision requiring that increased funding for the ITA be used to conduct a study and submit to Congress a report on the economic impact, including the loss of jobs in the U.S. since April 2007, resulting from the failure to implement the U.S.-Columbia Trade Promotion Agreement. 

 

10) Rep. Manzullo (R-IL):  Increases funding for the ITA by $5 million (from $444 million), and decreases funding for the Legal Services Corporation by $5 million (from $440 million). 

 

11) Rep. Mollohan (R-WV):  Reduces funding for the ITA by $100,000; eliminates funding for the unified financial management system at the Department of Justice (DOJ) by $21,132,000; reduces funding for the Office of Justice Programs and the Community Oriented Policing Services Office by $78,768,000.  Increases funding for State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance by $100 million and increases funding for the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program by $100 million. 

 

12)  Rep. Manzullo (R-IL):  Increases funding for the ITA by $20 million, and reduces funding for the Legal Services Corporation by $20 million. 

 

13) Rep. Schock (R-IL):  Increases funding for the Minority Business Development Agency by $1.5 million, and reduces funding for the Department of Commerce Departmental Management salaries and expenses by $1.5 million. 

 

14) Rep. Biggert (R-IL):  Reduces funding for the Minority Business Development Agency by $25,491,000, and increases funding for the Federal Bureau of Investigation salaries and expenses by $25,491,000.

 

15) Rep. Roe (R-TN):  Reduces funding for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration operations, research, and facilities by $111,256,000.

 

16) Rep. Lee (R-NY):  Reduces funding for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration operations, research, and facilities by $129,000,000.

 

17)  Rep. Stearns (R-FL):  Reduces funding for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration operations, research, and facilities by $100 million, and increases funding for State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance State Criminal Alien Assistance Program by $100 million. 

 

18)  Rep. Capitol (R-WV):  Reduces funding for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration operations, research, and facilities by $10 million, and increases funding for the Southwest Border Prosecutor Initiative by $10 million.

 

19)  Rep. Bordallo (D-GU):  Increases funding for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration operations, research, and facilities by $500,000, and reduces funding for the Department of Commerce Departmental Management salaries and expenses by $500,000. 

 

20)  Rep. Hastings (R-WA):  Provides that of the funds appropriated funds for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, $50 million remain available for the expenses associated with the restoration of Pacific salmon populations.  The amendment requires that funds provided to the Secretary of Commerce be used to issue grants to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, and and Alaska and federally-recognized tribes of the Columbia River and Pacific Coast for projects for restoration of salmon and steelhead populations that are listed as threatened or endangered, or identified by a State as at-risk.  Requires that the grants to the States be subject to a matching requirement of funds. 

 

21) Rep. Murphy (D-CT):  Reduces funding for the Department of Commerce Departmental Management salaries and expenses by $2,469,000, and increases funding for Office of Justice Programs salaries and expenses by $2,460,000.

 

22)  Rep. Waters (D-CA):  Reduces funding for DOJ general administration, salaries and expenses, by $1 million, and increases funding for the Missing Alzheimer's Disease Patient Alert Program by $1 million. 

 

23)  Rep. King (R-IA):  Reduces funding for the FBI by $1 million and increases funding money for the FBI by the same amount.

 

24) Rep. Marshall (D-GA):  Increases funding for the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program by $100 million, and decreases funding for NASA Science by $25 million, NASA exploration by $25 million, NASA space operation by $25 million, and NASA cross agency support by $25 million. 

 

25)  Rep. Roe (R-TN):  Reduces funding for the Federal Prison System salaries and expenses by $97,400,000. 

 

26)  Rep. Burton (R-IN):  Reduces funding for the Federal Prison System salaries and expenses by $97,400,000. 

 

27) Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  Increases funding for the Federal Prison System salaries and expenses by $50 million, and reduces funding for the National Science Foundation polar icebreaking services by $50 million.   

 

28) Rep. Biggert (R-IL):  Increases funding for State and Local Law Enforcement Activities, Office of Violence Against Women by $15 million, and reduces funding for State and Local Law Enforcement Activities Assistance to Indian Tribes by $15 million.

 

29) Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  Increases funding for the State and Local Law Enforcement Activities program to reduce gun crime and gang violence by $15 million, and reduces funding for the Department of Homeland Security agency operations and award management by $15 million. 

 

30)  Rep. Garrett (R-NJ):  Increases funding for the State and Local Law Enforcement Activities for victim services programs for victims of trafficking by $5 million, and reduces funding for the Legal Services Corporation by $5 million.  

 

31) Rep. Nadler (D-NY):  Reduces funding for the Office of Justice Programs salaries and expenses by $5 million, and increases funding for Community Oriented Policing Services DNA analysis and capacity enhancement program and activities of the DNA Analysis Backlog Elimination Act of 2000 by $5 million. 

 

32) Rep. Brown-Waite (R-FL):  Includes a provision for the Federal Prison System to hire additional corrections officers, and decreases the amount for the State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance for the Tribal Courts Initiative by $15 million. 

 

33) Rep. McCarthy (D-CA):  Increases funding for NASA exploration by $50 million, and reduces funding for Legal Services Corporation by $50 million.

 

34) Rep. Perlmutter (D-CO):  Increases funding for NASA exploration by $212,269,000, and reduces NASA construction and environmental compliance and remediation by $212,269,000. 

 

35)  Rep. Bernice Johnson (D-TX):  Includes a provision requiring that no less than $32 million be made available from the National Science Foundation Education and Human Resource fund for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Program. 

 

36) Rep. Broun (R-GA):  Reduces funding for the Legal Services Corporation by $5 million.

 

37) Rep. Price (R-GA):  Reduces funding for the Legal Services Corporation by $1.

 

38) Rep. Hensarling (R-TX):  Strikes the Legal Services Corporation salaries and expenses section.

 

39) Rep. Hensarling (R-TX):  Strikes the Legal Services Corporation administrative provisions section.

 

40) Rep. McCarthy (D-NY):  Inserts a provision which would prohibit funds to the Attorney General to be used to destroy any identifying information submitted to implement the criminal background check system, by an individual who appears in the Violent Gang Terrorist Organization File maintained by the DOJ, or the database of terrorist watch lists maintained by the FBI.  

 

41)  Rep. Boswell (D-IA):  Reduces funding for the DOJ General Administration salaries and expenses by $2.5 million, and increases funding for the National Criminal History Improvement program by $2.5 million. 

 

42)  Rep. Roskam (R-IL):  Reduces funding for DOJ General Administration salaries and expenses by $2 million.

 

43)  Rep. Blackburn (R-TN):  Increases funding for the State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance program by $221 million, and reduces the funding for the National Science Foundation research and related activities by $221 million. 

 

44)  Rep. Blackburn (R-TN):  Increases funding for the State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance program by $310 million, and reduces the funding for the National Science Foundation research and related activities by $310 million. 

 

45) Rep. Bernice Johnson (D-TX):  Reduces funding for the Federal Prison System salaries and expenses by $10 million, and increases funding for the Office of Justice's Weed and Seed Program Fund by $10 million.

 

46) Rep. Nadler (D-NY):  Reduces funding for DOJ General Administration salaries and expenses by $5 million, and increases funding for the Jessica Gonzales Victim Assistants program by $5 million.

 

47) Rep. Posey (R-FL):  Increases funding for NASA exploration by $566 million, NASA space operations by $250 million.

 

48) Rep. Broun (R-GA):  Reduces overall discretionary appropriations in the bill by .5 percent.

 

49) Rep. Cassidy (R-LA):  Strikes section 212 of the bill which prohibits any of the funds under the bill from being used to plan for, begin, continue, finish, process, or approve a public-private competition under the Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76 or any successor administrative regulation, directive, or policy for work performed by employees of the Bureau of Prisons or of Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated.

 

50) Rep. Broun (R-GA):  Inserts a provision which would reduce the amount of discretionary appropriations made available under the bill by an amount equal to the unobligated balance of the discretionary appropriations made available in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. 

 

51) Rep. Heller (R-NV):  Inserts a provision prohibiting any funds made available for the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program to be used for any State or local government that has any law, policy, or procedure in effect that circumvents the enforcement of any Federal immigration law. 

 

52) Rep. Bilbray (R-CA):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to provide funds to any State or local government entity in violation of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996. 

 

53) Rep. Gohmert (R-TX):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to pay salaries or expenses related to the Presidential Task Force on the Auto Industry. 

 

54) Rep. McCaul (R-TX):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used for a project or program named for an individual then serving as a Member, Delegate, Resident Commissioner, or Senator of the U.S. Congress.

 

55) Rep. Wittman (R-VA):  Inserts a provision requiring that each amount appropriated under the bill that is not required to be appropriated or made available by a provision of law is reduced by .5 percent.

 

56) Rep. Wittman (R-VA):  Inserts a provision requiring that each amount appropriated under the bill that is not required to be appropriated or made available by a provision of law is reduced by 1 percent.

 

57)  Rep. Wittman (R-VA):  Inserts a provision requiring that each amount appropriated under the bill that is not required to be appropriated or made available by a provision of law is reduced by 2 percent.

 

58)  Rep. Broun (R-GA):  Inserts a provision that prohibits funds under the bill from being used to carry out or enforce Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

 

59)  Rep. Broun (R-GA):  Inserts a provision that prohibits funds under the bill from being used to establish or implement a National Climate Service.

 

60)  Rep. Broun (R-GA):  Inserts a provision that prohibits funds under the bill from being used to carry out the 2010 decennial census, or be used to apply the statistical method known as "sampling."

 

61)  Rep. Gingrey (R-GA):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used by the Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to test and examine firearms without written and published testing standards.

 

62)  Rep. Quigley (D-IL):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used for either the construction or rental of infrastructure that does not comply with both the General Services Administration Sustainable Design Program for Federal buildings and the Public Buildings Service Project Plan. 

 

63)  Rep. Nunes (R-CA):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to implement the biological opinion entitles, "Biological Opinion and Conference Opinion on the Long-Term Operations of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project", issued by the National Marine Fisheries Service and dated June 4, 2009.

 

64) Rep. Posey (R-FL):  Increases funding for NASA exploration by $566 million, and increases funding for NASA space operations by $250 million.

 

65)  Rep. Burton (R-IN):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to adjudicate or assist in a lawsuit about the definition of marriage as between a man and a woman.

 

66)  Rep. Akin (R-MO):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being by the Bureau of Census to provide any grant to or contract with any organization that has been indicted, or employ or contract with any individual who has been indicted, for a violation under Federal law relating to an election for Federal office. 

 

67)  Rep. Stearns (R-FL):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to be used for litigation expenses incurred in connection with cases against employers on the grounds that such employers require employees to speak English. 

 

68)  Rep. Stearns (R-FL):  Inserts a provision requiring that each amount appropriated under the bill that is not required to be appropriated or made available by a provision of law is reduced by 1 percent.

 

69)  Rep. Tiahrt (R-KS):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to obligate, or pay the salary or expenses of personnel who obligate, funds made available under the Economic Development Administration's Economic Development Assistance Program; or the National Telecommunications and Information Administration's Digital-to-Analog Converter Box Program; or the National Institute of Standards and Technology construction of research facilities allotment. 

 

70)  Rep. Conaway (R-TX):  Inserts a Sense of Congress that any reduction in the amount appropriated under the bill achieved as a result of amendments adopted by the House be dedicated to deficit reduction.

 

71)  Rep. Burton (R-IN):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to relocate the Office of the Census or employees from the Department of Commerce to the jurisdiction of the Executive Office of the President. 

 

72)  Rep. Burton (R-IN):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to adjudicate or assist in a lawsuit seeking to prevent the enforcement of the Defense of Marriage Act. 

 

73)  Rep. Rogers (R-MI):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to provide rights under Miranda v. Arizona by the Department of Justice, including all component agencies, to detainees in the custody of the armed forces in the U.S. in Afghanistan.

 

74)  Rep. Barrett (R-SC):  Prohibits funds in the bill set aside for STOP Grants from being allocated to other programs.  Congress has allocated funds provided for STOP Grants to Transitional Housing, National Institute of Justice, and other programs every years since FY 2004.

 

75)  Rep. Hensarling (R-TX):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used to enforce section 526 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007.  (Note: Section 526 prevents the federal government from procuring fuels produced from sources such as tar sands, oil shale, or coal-to-liquids, which are all abundant in the United States and Canada.  Because of Section 526, the federal government is unable to use its purchasing power to spur the development of fuels from sources that would help begin to break America's dependence on Middle Eastern oil).

 

76)  Rep. Hensarling (R-TX):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used by the Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, ME, for Maine Lobster Research and Inshore Trawl Survey.

 

77)  Rep. Hensarling (R-TX):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used by the Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito, CA, for Emergency Response and Health Investigations for Endangered and Threatened Pinniped Populations in the Pacific.

 

78)  Rep. Hensarling (R-TX):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used by the Woodstock Film Festival, Woodstock, NY, for the Woodstock Film Festival Youth Initiative/Youth at Risk.

 

79)  Rep. Hensarling (R-TX):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used by the Art Center of the Grand Prairie, Stuttgart, AR, for the Grand Prairie Arts Initiative.

 

80)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Yukon River Drainage Fisheries Association, Anchorage, Alaska.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $100,000. 

 

81)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Oyster Hatchery Economic Pilot Program of the Morgan State University Estuarine Research Center, St. Leonard, Maryland.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $200,000. 

 

82)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Shrimp Industry Fishing Effort Research Continuation project of the National Marine Fisheries Service, Silver Spring, Maryland.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $700,000. 

 

83)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Natural Stream Design and restoration project of the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources, Charleston, West Virginia.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $750,000. 

 

84)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Institute for Seafood Studies project of the Nicholls State University Department of Biological Sciences, Thibodaux, Louisiana.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $325,000.

 

85)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Drew University Environmental Science Initiative of Drew University, Madison, New Jersey.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NASA cross agency support by $1 million.

 

86)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Innovative Science Learning Center of ScienceSouth, Florence, South Carolina.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NASA cross agency support by $500,000. 

 

87)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used for operations of the National Drug Intelligence Center.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for DOJ General Administration National Drug Intelligence Center by $44,023,000. 

 

88)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Great Lakes Water Project of the Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, Ohio.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $250,000.

 

89)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the eastern Kentucky PRIDE, Inc., project of Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, Inc., Somerset, Kentucky.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $250,000.

 

90)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Maine Lobster Research and Inshore Trawl Survey of the Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, Maine.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $200,000.

 

91)  Rep. Flake (R-AZ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from going to the Science Education Through Exploration project of the JASON project, Ashburn, Virginia.  The amendment also reduces the amount appropriated for NOAA operations, research and facilities by $4 million.

 

92)  Rep. Lamborn (R-CO):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used by the Bureau of Prisons to incarcerate individuals currently held in the Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 

 

93)  Rep. Linder (R-GA):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the bill from being used by the Department of Justice for enforcing compliance with Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. 

 

94)  Rep. Pence (R-IN):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds for criminal prosecutions by DOJ under the electioneering communications section of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 (McCain-Feingold). 

 

95) Rep. Price (R-GA):  Inserts a provision reducing appropriations made in Title I of the Act by $100 million.

 

96) Rep. Price (R-GA):  Inserts a provision reducing appropriations made in Title II of the Act by $100 million.

 

97) Rep. Price (R-GA):  Inserts a provision reducing appropriations made under the Act by $644,150,000.

 

98) Rep. Hodes (D-NH):  Inserts a provision requiring the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to instruct any department, agency, or instrumentality of the U.S. government receiving funds appropriated under the Act to track undisbursed balances in expired grant accounts and include in its annual performance plan and performance and accountability reports the following:

a)    Details on future action the department, agency, or instrumentality will take to resolve undisbursed balances in expired grant accounts. 

b)    The method that the department, agency, or instrumentality uses to track undisbursed balances in expired grant accounts.

c)     Identification of undisbursed balances in expired grant accounts that may be returned to the Treasury of the U.S.

d)    In the preceding three fiscal years, details on the total number of expired grant accounts with undisclosed balances (on the first day of each fiscal year) for the department, agency, or instrumentality, and the total finances that have not been obligated to a specific project remaining in the accounts.

 

99) Rep. Garrett (R-NJ):  Inserts a provision prohibiting funds under the Act from being used to make full or partial completion of the American Community Survey mandatory or to enforce civil penalties, including fines, for failure to complete the Survey in its entirety.

 

100) Rep. Jordan (R-OH):  Reduces appropriations in the bill by $12.511 billion.

 

101) Rep. Bishop (R-UT):  Allows for the enumeration, for purposes of apportionment, of U.S. citizens living overseas during the decennial census (starting in 2010) who are not affiliated with the federal government and who either, themselves take the steps to be enumerated through an international "Be Counted" form available at U.S. embassies or, belong to an organization that chooses to submit administrative records to the Census Bureau.

102) Rep. Cuellar (D-TX): Prohibits funds from the bill from being used to purchase light bulbs that do not have the "Energy Star" or "Federal Energy Management Program" designation.

103)  McDermott (D-WA):  Prohibits any funds from being used in violation of section 307 of the Tariff Act of 1930, which bans importation of products made with convict labor.

 

104)  Rep. Campbell (R-CA):  Strikes $100,000 for an earmark for the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Jamaica, NY, for the Jamaica Export Center.

 

105)  Rep. Campbell (R-CA):  Strikes $180,000 for an earmark for the Training the Next Generation of Weather Forecasters project of San Jose State University, San Jose, California.

 

106)  Rep. Campbell (R-CA):  Strikes $500,000 for an earmark for the Steller Sea Lion Comanagement, Biosampling and Outreach/Education project of The Alaska Sea Otter and Steller Sea Lion Commission, Old Harbor, Alaska.

 

107)  Rep. Campbell (R-CA):  Strikes $600,000 for an earmark for the Summer Flounder and Black Sea Initiative project of the Partnership for Mid-Atlantic Fisheries, Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey.

 

108)  Rep. Campbell (R-CA):  Strikes $965,000 for an earmark for the Textile Research Programs project of the Textile/Clothing Textile Corporation, Raleigh, North Carolina.

 

109)  Rep. Blackburn (R-TN):  Reduces every amount the appropriation for authorized programs in the bill by one percent.

 

110)  Rep. Cardoza (D-CA):  Increases funds for hiring additional corrections officers by $50 million and reduces funding for procurement of polar icebreaking services by $50 millon.

 

111)  Rep. Blackburn (R-TN):  Reduces every amount the appropriation for authorized programs in the bill by five percent.

 

112)  Rep. Blackburn (R-TN):  Reduces every amount the appropriation for authorized programs in the bill by two percent.

 

113)  Rep Reichert (R-WA):  Increases funding for the Supporting Teens through Education and Protection program by $5 million, and reduces funding for Department of Commerce salaries and expenses by the same amount.

 

114) Rep Reichert (R-WA):  Increases funding for the Supporting Teens through Education and Protection program by $2.5 million, and reduces funding for Department of Commerce salaries and expenses by the same amount.

 

115)  Rep. Tiahrt (R-KS):  Prohibits funds from the bill from paying the salary of personnel who obligate Economic Development Administration funds from the FY 2009 Omnibus to the Economic Development Assistance Programs, Digital-to-Analog Converter Box Program, or the National Institute of Standards and Technology's funding for construction of research facilities allotment.

 

116)  Rep. McHenry (R-NC):   Prohibits funds in the bill from being used by the Census Bureau to carry out any statistical sampling that has not been approved by the Secretary of Commerce.

 

117)  Rep. Schock (R-IL):  Prohibits funds from this bill from being used to pay the salary of any individual currently participating on the entity known as the "Presidential Task Force on the Auto Industry."

 

118)  Rep. Lewis (R-CA):  Prohibits funds from this bill from being used to implement President Obama's Executive Order to close the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 

 

119)  Rep. Lewis (R-CA):  Prohibits funds from this bill from being used to implement President Obama's Executive Order to close the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 

 

120) Rep King (R-IA):  States that none of the funds made available under this bill may be made available to dozens of organizations, including the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), that have been accused of participation in political activities.

 

121)  Rep King (R-IA):  States that none of the funds for the Census Bureau under this bill may be made available to dozens of organizations, including the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), that have been accused of participation in political activities.

122)  Rep King (R-IA):  States that none of the funds in this bill may be made available to employ "unauthorized aliens."

 

123)  Rep King (R-IA):  States that none of the funds for the Census Bureau under this bill may be made available to the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).

 

124)  Rep King (R-IA):  States that none of the funds made available under this bill may be made available to the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).

 

125)  Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  Strikes a provision that bans funds from being used to release Guantanamo Bay detainees into the U.S.

 

126)  Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  Increases funding for youth mentoring grants and delinquency prevention by $10 million each and decreases funding for Federal prison system buildings and facilities by $20 million.

 

127)  Rep. Jackson-Lee (D-TX):  Strikes a provision that bans funds from being used to release Guantanamo Bay detainees into the U.S.