FLOOR SCHEDULE UPDATE FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 21, 2021

Floor Update: Jun 17, 2021 - 11:38 am
LEADER'S FLOOR UPDATE
 
Schedule for the Week of June 21, 2021
as announced by Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer
 
"On Tuesday, the House will meet at 12:00 p.m. for Morning Hour debate and 2:00 p.m. for legislative business, with votes expected no earlier than 6:30 p.m.

On Wednesday and Thursday, the House will meet at 10:00 a.m. for Morning Hour debate and 12:00 p.m. for legislative business.

On Friday, the House will meet at 9:00 a.m. for legislative business, with last votes no later than 3:00 p.m. 

The House will consider several bills under suspension of the Rules.  The complete list of Suspension bills will be announced by the close of business tomorrow. 

In addition, the House will consider H.R. 2062, the Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act, which would make it easier for those who have suffered age discrimination in the workplace to file a complaint and seek redress.

The House will also consider H.R. 1443, LGBTQ Business Equal Credit Enforcement and Investment Act, which would ensure that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau keeps statistics on credit reporting for LGBTQ-owned businesses in the same way as it does women- and minority-owned companies and small businesses, and H.R. 239, Equal Access to Contraception for Veterans Act, which would allow women receiving health care services from the V.A. system to access basic contraceptive care without paying copays, similar to coverage provided under the Affordable Care Act.

Additionally, the House will consider three resolutions of disapproval to reverse regulatory actions made under the prior administration, which have all been passed by the Senate, including S.J.Res. 13, which would reverse the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s rule that had obscured information about the factual and legal basis the Commission used to make determinations on discriminatory practices, S.J.Res. 14, which would overturn the prior administration’s Environmental Protection Agency rule that removed protections from dangerous methane emissions that exacerbate the climate crisis, and S.J.Res. 15, which would overturn a rule by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and allow states once again to regulate these lenders and protect consumers in order to rein in predatory lenders and ‘rent-a-bank’ schemes.

Lastly, additional legislative items are possible."
 
If you have any questions please contact: Courtney Fry, Ray Salazar, or Deborah Rowe at 5-3130.