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February 17, 2011

House Votes - H.R. 1: Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011 (Wednesday, 2/16)

H.R. 1: Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011
making appropriations for the Department of Defense and other departments and agencies of the Government for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, and for other purposes

Amendments

Previous Votes

H.Amdt. 16 by Rep. Rooney [R-FL16]
An amendment numbered 2 printed in the Congresssional Record to reduce Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy by $ 225,000,000, reduce Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force by $225,000,000 and increase Defense by $450,000,000.
Agreed to 233-198, 2 not voting

H.Amdt. 17 by Rep. Jones [R-NC3]
An amendment numbered 95 printed in the Congressional Record to eliminate the Afghanistan Infrastructure fund.
Failed 135-294, 4 not voting

H.Amdt. 18 by Rep. Holt [D-NJ12]
An amendment numbered 237 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce the Iraq Security Forces Fund by $1,500,000,000.
Failed 133-299, 1 not voting

H.Amdt. 20 by Rep. DeFazio [D-OR4]
An amendment numbered 97 printed in the Congressional Record to increase funding (by transfer) for the Agricultural Programs, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Integrated Activities by $5 million.
Failed 136-296, 1 not voting

H.Amdt. 22 by Rep. Michaud [D-ME2]
An amendment numbered 153 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce the the Census by $80 million and increasing EDA by $80 million.
Agreed to 305-127, 1 not voting

H.Amdt. 23 by Rep. Flake [R-AZ6]
An amendment numbered 368 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce funds to the Department of Justice, General Administration, National Drug Intelligence Center by $34,023,000.
Agreed to 262-169, 2 not voting

H.Amdt. 24 by Rep. Latta [R-OH5]
An amendment numbered 260 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce funds in the Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Construction of Research Facilities by $10,000,000.
Failed 184-247, 2 not voting

H.Amdt. 27 by Rep. Weiner [D-NY9]
An amendment numbered 125 printed in the Congressional Record to increase the Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services by $298,000,000 and reducing the NASA by $298,000,000.
Agreed to 228-203, 2 not voting

H.Amdt. 30 by Rep. Duncan [R-SC3]
An amendment numbered 110 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce the amount for the Legal Services Corporation by $324 million.
Failed 171-259, 3 not voting

H.Amdt. 31 by Rep. Biggert [R-IL13]
An amendment numbered 192 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce funding for the ARPA-E account by $50 million and apply the amount to the deficit reduction account.
Failed 170-262, 1 not voting

H.Amdt. 32 by Rep. Inslee [D-WA1]
An amendment numbered 395 printed in the Congressional Record to increase the funding for the ARPA-E account by $20 million offset by a reduction in the Fossil Energy account of $20 million.
Failed 159-273, 1 not voting

H.Amdt. 35 by Rep. Tonko [D-NY21]
An amendment numbered 4 printed in the Congressional Record to strike the prohibition on Weatherization and State Energy Program Funding.
Failed 208-223, 2 not voting

H.Amdt. 36 by Rep. Latta [R-OH5]
An amendment numbered 259 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $70 million.
Failed 137-293, 3 not voting

H.Amdt. 37 by Rep. DeFazio [D-OR4]
An amendment numbered 98 printed in the Congressional Record to eliminate the funding for the Selective Service System ($24.032 million) and to apply the savings to the deficit.
Failed 130-301, 2 not voting

H.Amdt. 38 by Rep. Pascrell [D-NJ8]
An amendment numbered 223 printed in the Congressional Record to increase funding for Firefighter Assistance Grants by $510 million offset by a reduction in funding for the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology R&D by the same amount.
Agreed to 318-113, 2 not voting

H.Amdt. 41 by Rep. Lummis [R-WY]
An amendment numbered 193 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce by $2,750,000 the Bureau of Land Management, Land Acquisition and reducing the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Land Acquisition by $15,055,000.
Failed 213-216, 4 not voting

H.Amdt. 43 by Rep. Moran [D-VA8]
An amendment numbered 338 printed in the Congressional Record to increase the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, North American Wetlands Conservation Fund by $50,000,000 and reduces the Environmental Protection Agency, State and Tribal Assistance Grants by $50,000,000.
Failed 73-352, 8 not voting

H.Amdt. 45 by Rep. Flake [R-AZ6]
An amendment numbered 376 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce by $64,100,000 the Environmental Protection Agency, Science and Technology account.
Failed 199-230, 4 not voting

H.Amdt. 47 by Rep. Pompeo [R-KS4]
An amendment numbered 84 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce the Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Programs and Management account by $8,458,000.
Agreed to 239-185, 9 not voting

H.Amdt. 48 by Rep. Reed [R-NY29]
An amendment numbered 379 printed in the Congressional Record to reduce by $10,000,000 the Environmental Protection Agency, State and Tribal Assistance Grants account.
Agreed to 228-203, 2 not voting

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