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March 18, 2007

House Votes: H.R. 720 - Water Bill 3 of 3

H.Res. 229: Providing for consideration of H.R. 720
Passed 229-179, 25 not voting. 99% of Democrats supporting, 96% of Republicans opposing.

H.R. 720: Water Quality Financing Act of 2007


Amendments (GovTrack, Thomas)

Amendment to Amendment 2 to H R 720
(consideration: CR H2368-2370, H2373-2374; text: CR H2369)
An amendent numbered 3 printed in part B of House Report 110-36 to require that states, in the development of their priority list under section 606(g) of the Clean Water Act, consider whether the project or activity proposed for funding would first address the repair and replacement of existing wastewater infrastructure.
(On Agreeing to the Amendment)
Failed 140-280, 18 not voting. 73% of Republicans supporting, 100% of Democrats opposing.

On Motion to Recommit with Instructions
(consideration: CR H2374-2375; text: CR H2374)
(This motion sends a bill back to committee with instructions on how to proceed.)
Passed 359-56, 18 not voting. Bipartisan support.

On Passage
Passed 303-108, 22 not voting. 100% of Democrats supporting, 58% of Republicans opposing.

House Passes Wastewater Bill Despite Veto Threat
The House today passed legislation to fund upgrades at wastewater treatment facilities that also included a controversial provision expanding the scope of federal prevailing-wage requirements that has drawn a veto threat from the White House.

Senate Panel Says Water Resources Bill Is a Top Priority
As a bill to renew a water resources authorization law heads to the House floor, members of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee agreed Thursday such legislation would be a top priority for their panel.

(Water Bills 1, 2)

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