Floor Update: May 17, 2022 - 4:48 pm

The House has reconvened and is now taking the following votes on H.R. 7309 – Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2022:
  1. Bipartisan En Bloc #1 Offered by Mr. Scott (VA) (Bice/Jacobs (CA) Amendment, Bowman Amendment #4, Case Amendment, Gottheimer Amendment, Harder/Fitzpatrick Amendment, Kaptur/Kelly (PA) Amendment, Lee (CA)/Fleischmann Amendment, McGovern Amendment, Morelle Amendment #30, Phillips Amendment, Scanlon Amendment #36) – 15 minutes
  2. Democratic En Bloc #2 Offered by Mr. Scott (VA) (Blunt Rochester Amendment #2, Blunt Rochester Amendment #3, Bowman Amendment #5, Bustos Amendment, Cartwright Amendment, Cohen Amendment, Golden Amendment, Harder Amendment, Horsford Amendment, Jackson-Lee Amendment #16, Jackson-Lee Amendment #17, Jacobs (CA) Amendment, Jayapal Amendment, Kilmer Amendment, Lawrence Amendment #23, Lawrence Amendment #24, Morelle Amendment #29, Newman Amendment, Porter Amendment, Scanlon Amendment #34, Scanlon Amendment #35, Schneider Amendment, Smith (WA) Amendment, Torres (CA) Amendment) – 5 minutes
  3. Republican En Bloc #3 Offered by Mr. Scott (VA) (Good Amendment, Jacobs (NY) Amendment, Miller (IL) Amendment) – 5 minutes
  4. Miller-Meeks Amendment – This substitute strikes all and reauthorizes the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act for six years and includes provisions updating the Workforce Development System, including by adding allowable uses of funds for statewide and local workforce development activities. Makes changes to the Job Corps Program and codifies the Reentry Employment Opportunities Program – 5 minutes
  5. Republican Motion to Recommit on H.R. 7309 VOTE NO – 5 minutes
  6. Final Passage of H.R. 7309 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2022 (Rep. Scott (VA) – Education and Labor) – VOTE YES5 minutes

    After these votes, the House will take the following votes on bills considered under suspension of the Rules:
  7. S. 2520 – State and Local Government Cybersecurity Act of 2021 (Sen. Peters – Homeland Security) 5 minutes
  8. H.R. 6873  Bombing Prevention Act of 2022, as amended (Rep. Malinowski – Homeland Security) 5 minutes
  9. H.R. 6871  DHS Acquisition Reform Act (Rep. LaTurner – Homeland Security) 5 minutes
  10. H.R. 6868  Cybersecurity Grants for Schools Act of 2022, as amended (Rep. Garbarino – Homeland Security) 5 minutes
  11. S. 3527 – To amend title 38, United States Code, to authorize the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to transfer the name of property of the Department of Veterans Affairs designated by law to other property of the Department (Sen. Tester – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  12. S. 1760  To designate the community-based outpatient clinic of the Department of Veterans Affairs planned to be built in Oahu, Hawaii, as the "Daniel Kahikina Akaka Department of Veterans Affairs Community-Based Outpatient Clinic" (Sen. Hirono – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  13. S. 2514 – To rename the Provo Veterans Center in Orem, Utah, as the "Col. Gail S. Halvorsen 'Candy Bomber' Veterans Center" (Sen. Lee – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  14. H.R. 7500 – Fiscal Year 2022 Veterans Affairs Major Medical Facility Authorization Act (Rep. Allred – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  15. H.R. 5754 – Patient Advocate Tracker Act (Rep. McClain – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  16. H.R. 6604 – Veterans Eligibility to Transfer School (VETS) Credit Act, as amended (Rep. Buchanan – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  17. S. 2687 – Strengthening Oversight for Veterans Act of 2021 (Sen. Tester – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  18. H.R. 7375 – To direct the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to update the payment system of the Department of Veterans Affairs to allow for electronic fund transfer of educational assistance, administered by the Secretary, to a foreign institution of higher education (Rep. Sherrill – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  19. H.R. 6376 – Student Veteran Work Study Modernization Act, as amended (Rep. Axne – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
  20. H.R. 7153 – Department of Veterans Affairs Principles of Benefits Automation Act, as amended (Rep. Bost – Veterans’ Affairs) 5 minutes
These are the last votes for the day

**Members are advised that, following last votes tonight, the House will complete debate on H.R. 6531 – Targeting Resources to Communities in Need Act of 2022 and S. 2938 – To designate the United States Courthouse and Federal Building located at 111 North Adams Street in Tallahassee, Florida, as the “Joseph Woodrow Hatchett United States Courthouse and Federal Building”, and for other purposes.  Any requests for recorded votes will be postponed until tomorrow. 
If you have any questions please contact: Courtney Fry, Ray Salazar, or Deborah Rowe at 5-3130.