Full Committee Business Meeting

Date: 
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 - 10:00am
Location: 
2154 Rayburn HOB

Ranking Member Cummings' Statement on H.R. 1009

Ranking Member Cummings' Statement in Support of Raskin Amendment

Ranking Member Cummings' Statement on SCRUB Act

Ranking Member Cummings' Statement on Amendment SCRUB Act

Ranking Member Cummings' Statement on H.R. 624

Ranking Member Cummings' Statement on H.R. 1004

 

H.R. 998, Searching for and Cutting Regulations that are Unnecessarily Burdensome Act of 2017;
The bill was favorably reported to the House by a vote of 22 Yeas to 17 Nays.
Voting Yea: Chaffetz, Issa, Jordan, Sanford, Amash, Gosar, DesJarlais, Farenthold, Foxx, Massie, Meadows, DeSantis, Ross, Walker, Blum, Hice, Russell, Grothman, Hurd, Palmer, Comer, and Mitchell.
Voting Nay: Cummings, Maloney, Norton, Clay, Lynch, Cooper, Connolly, Kelly, Lawrence, Watson Coleman, Plaskett, Demings, Krishnamoorthi, Raskin, Welch, Cartwright and DeSaulnier.

Cummings Amendment to Protect Whistleblowers
Mr. Cummings offered an amendment regarding protections for whistleblowers. The amendment was defeated by a recorded vote of 12 Yeas to 21 Nays.
Voting Yea: Cummings, Maloney, Norton, Lynch, Connolly, Kelly, Lawrence, Plaskett, Demings, Krishnamoorthi, Raskin, and Welch.
Voting Nay: Chaffetz, Issa, Jordan, Sanford, Amash, DesJarlais, Farenthold, Foxx, Massie, Meadows, DeSantis, Ross, Walker, Blum, Hice, Russell, Grothman, Hurd, Palmer, Comer, and Mitchell

Lawrence Amendment to Protect Children from Lead Poisoning
Ms. Lawrence offered an amendment relating to protection against lead poisoning. The amendment was defeated by a recorded vote of 14 Yeas to 21 Nays.
Voting Yea: Cummings, Maloney, Norton, Clay, Lynch, Connolly, Kelly, Lawrence, Watson Coleman, Plaskett, Demings, Krishnamoorthi, Raskin, and Welch.
Voting Nay: Chaffetz, Issa, Jordan, Sanford, Amash, DesJarlais, Farenthold, Foxx, Massie, Meadows, DeSantis, Ross, Walker, Blum, Hice, Russell, Grothman, Hurd, Palmer, Comer, and Mitchell.

Raskin Amendment to Ensure Rules that Address Conflicts of Interest, Bribery Are Not Gutted
Mr. Raskin offered an amendment related to conflicts of interest. The amendment was defeated by a recorded vote of 17 Yeas to 22 Nays.
Voting Yea: Cummings, Maloney, Norton, Clay, Lynch, Cooper, Connolly, Kelly, Lawrence, Watson Coleman, Plaskett, Demings, Krishnamoorthi, Raskin,Welch, Cartwright and DeSaulnier.
Voting Nay: Chaffetz, Issa, Jordan, Sanford, Amash, Gosar, DesJarlais, Farenthold, Foxx, Massie, Meadows, DeSantis, Ross, Walker, Blum, Hice, Russell, Grothman, Hurd, Palmer, Comer, and Mitchell.

Raskin Amendment  to Ensure Clean Air Protections are Not Rolled Back
Mr. Raskin offered an amendment relating to the Clean Air Act. The amendment was defeated by a recorded vote of 17 Yeas to 22 Nays.
Voting Yea: Cummings, Maloney, Norton, Clay, Lynch, Cooper, Connolly, Kelly, Lawrence, Watson Coleman, Plaskett, Demings, Krishnamoorthi, Raskin,Welch, Cartwright and DeSaulnier.
Voting Nay: Chaffetz, Issa, Jordan, Sanford, Amash, Gosar, DesJarlais, Farenthold, Foxx, Massie, Meadows, DeSantis, Ross, Walker, Blum, Hice, Russell, Grothman, Hurd, Palmer, Comer, and Mitchell.

Krishnamoorthi Amendment to Ensure the Oldest, Most out of Date Rules are Reviewed First for Repeal
Mr. Krishnamoorthi offered an amendment regarding reviewing oldest rules first. The amendment was defeated by a voice vote.

H.R. 1004, Regulatory Integrity Act of 2017;
The bill was favorably reported to the House by a vote of 22 Yeas to 16 Nays.
Voting Yea: Chaffetz, Issa, Jordan, Sanford, Amash, Gosar, DesJarlais, Farenthold, Foxx, Massie, Meadows, DeSantis, Ross, Walker, Blum, Hice, Russell, Grothman, Hurd, Palmer, Comer, and Mitchell.
Voting Nay: Cummings, Maloney, Norton, Clay, Lynch, Connolly, Kelly, Lawrence, Watson Coleman, Plaskett, Demings, Krishnamoorthi, Raskin, Welch, Cartwright and DeSaulnier. 

H.R. 1009, OIRA Insight, Reform, and Accountability Act;
The bill was favorably reported to the House by a vote of 23 Yeas to 16 Nays.
Voting Yea: Chaffetz, Duncan, Issa, Jordan, Sanford, Amash, Gosar, DesJarlais, Farenthold, Foxx, Massie, Meadows, DeSantis, Ross, Walker, Blum, Hice, Russell, Grothman, Hurd, Palmer, Comer, and Mitchell.
Voting Nay: Cummings, Maloney, Norton, Clay, Lynch, Connolly, Kelly, Lawrence, Watson Coleman, Plaskett, Demings, Krishnamoorthi, Raskin, Welch, Cartwright and DeSaulnier.

H.R. 1003, DC Courts and Public Defender Service Voluntary Separation Incentive Payments Act;
The resolution was ordered reported favorably to the House by a voice vote.

H.R. 195, Federal Register Printing Savings Act of 2017
The bill was favorably reported to the House by a voice vote.

H.R. 624, Social Security Fraud Prevention Act of 2017;
Mr. Chaffetz offered an amendment in the nature of a substitute (ANS). The amendment was agreed to by voice vote.
The bill, as amended, was favorably reported to the House by voice vote.

 

115th Congress