Amendment Tracker



Wednesday, July 21, 2021



H.R. 2467 – PFAS Action Act of 2021 (Rep. Dingell – Energy and Commerce)

Passed 241 – 183

The Rule provides for one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the Chair and Ranking Member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, and allows for amendments to be offered en bloc.  The full list of amendment descriptions can be found HERE.

  • Bipartisan En Bloc #1 Offered by Mr. Tonko
    Passed 226 – 195

    • Kildee Amendment

    • Leger Fernandez Amendment

    • Levin (MI) Amendment

    • Ocasio-Cortez Amendment

    • Ross/Rouzer Amendment

    • San Nicolas Amendment

    • Sarbanes/Fitzpatrick Amendment

    • Slotkin Amendment #8

    • Slotkin/Meijer Amendment #9

    • Slotkin Amendment #10
       

  • Republican Motion to Recommit Offered by Mr. Crenshaw
    Failed 204 – 218





Wednesday, June 30 – Thursday, July 1, 2021

H.R. 3684 – INVEST in America Act (Rep. DeFazio – Transportation and Infrastructure)

Passed 221 – 201

The first Rule, which was adopted on Tuesday, provides for 60 minutes of general debate equally divided and controlled by the Chair and Ranking Member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and 30 minutes of general debate equally divided and controlled by the Chair and Ranking Member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce.

The second Rule makes in order 149 amendments and allows for amendments to be offered en bloc.  A full list of amendments can be found HERE.


Members are advised that prior to amendments being offered on the Floor, the consideration of the following amendments by standalone or amendments en bloc is subject to change. ​​​​​

  • Democratic En Bloc #1 Offered by Mr. Lamb
    Passed 217 – 186

    • Ross (NC) Amendment #1

    • Auchincloss Amendment #2

    • Barragan Amendment #3

    • Beyer Amendment #4

    • Doggett Amendment #25

    • Fletcher Amendment #32

    • Jones (NY) Amendment #50

    • Kaptur Amendment #51

    • Krishnamoorthi Amendment #53

    • Langevin Amendment #55

    • Lawrence Amendment #56

    • Levin (MI) Amendment #57

    • Levin (MI) Amendment #58

    • Lowenthal Amendment #59

    • Lowenthal Amendment #60

    • McNerney Amendment #64

    • Moore (WI) Amendment #66

    • Nadler Amendment #68

    • Neguse Amendment #69

    • Norcross Amendment #71

    • Ocasio-Cortez Amendment #72

    • Ocasio-Cortez Amendment #73

    • Pappas Amendment #75

    • Plaskett Amendment #83

    • Porter Amendment #84

    • Rice (NY) Amendment #87

    • Rice (NY) Amendment #88

    • Sablan Amendment #90

    • Schrader Amendment #91

    • Speier Amendment #93

    • Stevens (MI) Amendment #95

    • Stevens (MI) Amendment #96

    • Suozzi Amendment #97

    • Titus Amendment #99

    • Torres (CA) Amendment #101

    • Torres (CA) Amendment #102

    • Torres (CA) Amendment #103

    • Torres (NY) Amendment #105

    • Torres (NY) Amendment #106

    • Velazquez Amendment #109

    • Velazquez Amendment #110

    • Velazquez Amendment #111
       

  • Bipartisan En Bloc #2 Offered by Mr. Lamb
    Passed by Voice Vote

    • Beyer/Wittman Amendment #5

    • Calvert/Takano Amendment #9

    • Carter (LA)/Fitzpatrick Amendment #15

    • Fitzpatrick Amendment #31

    • Garamendi/Burchett Amendment #34

    • Graves (LA) Amendment #43

    • Kilmer/McMorris Rodgers Amendment #52

    • Lynch/Balderson Amendment #61

    • Mace Amendment #62

    • McMorris Rodgers Amendment #63

    • Meuser Amendment #65

    • O’Halleran Amendment #74

    • Pence/Cuellar Amendment #76

    • Rice (NY)/Balderson Amendment #86

    • Steil/Auchincloss Amendment #94

    • Tonko/McKinley Amendment #100

    • Walberg Amendment #112

    • McKinley Amendment #114

    • Crenshaw Amendment #119

    • Delgado/Fitzpatrick Amendment #121

    • Pappas Amendment #143
       

  • Republican En Bloc #3 Offered by Mr. DeFazio
    Failed 180 – 226

    • Brady (TX) Amendment #6

    • Budd Amendment #8

    • Crawford Amendment #21

    • Gibbs Amendment #40

    • Gimenez Amendment #41

    • Jackson (TX) Amendment #45

    • Perry (PA) Amendment #77

    • Perry (PA) Amendment #78

    • Perry (PA) Amendment #79

    • Perry (PA) Amendment #80

    • Perry (PA) Amendment #81

    • Perry (PA) Amendment #82

    • Tiffany Amendment #98

    • Van Duyne Amendment #107

    • Curtis Amendment #120

    • Duncan Amendment #122

    • Hudson Amendment #125

    • McKinley Amendment #134

    • McMorris Rodgers Amendment #135
       

  • Democratic En Bloc #4 Offered by Mr. DeFazio
    Passed 221 – 187

    • Brownley Amendment #7

    • Carbajal Amendment #11

    • Carbajal Amendment #12

    • Carbajal Amendment #13

    • Carbajal Amendment #14

    • Castor Amendment #16

    • Castor Amendment #17

    • Castro Amendment #18

    • Cicilline Amendment #19

    • Costa Amendment #20

    • Crow Amendment #22

    • Dingell Amendment #23

    • Dingell Amendment #24

    • Escobar Amendment #26

    • Escobar Amendment #27

    • Escobar Amendment #28

    • Eshoo Amendment #29

    • Espaillat Amendment #30

    • Garamendi Amendment #33

    • Garamendi Amendment #35

    • Garcia (IL) Amendment #36

    • Garcia (IL) Amendment #37

    • Garcia (IL) Amendment #38

    • Garcia (TX) Amendment #39

    • Gomez Amendment #42

    • Grijalva Amendment #44

    • Johnson (TX) Amendment #46

    • Johnson (GA) Amendment #47

    • Johnson (GA) Amendment #48

    • Johnson (GA) Amendment #49

    • Krishnamoorthi Amendment #54

    • Moulton Amendment #67

    • Porter Amendment #85

    • Rush Amendment #89

    • Schrier Amendment #92

    • Torres (CA) Amendment #104

    • Leger Fernandez Amendment #113

    • Jackson-Lee Amendment #115
       

  • Cammack/Spanberger Amendment #10
    Withdrawn

     

  • Nehls Amendment #70
    Not Offered

     

  • Van Duyne Amendment #108
    Passed 230 – 178

     

  • Democratic En Bloc #5 Offered by Ms. Davids
    Passed 217 – 199

    • Barragan Amendment #116

    • Bush Amendment #117

    • Craig Amendment #118

    • Escobar Amendment #123

    • Green (TX) Amendment #124

    • Jackson-Lee Amendment #126

    • Jackson-Lee Amendment #127

    • Kaptur Amendment #128

    • Kildee Amendment #129

    • Krishnamoorthi Amendment #130

    • Lawrence Amendment #131

    • Lowenthal Amendment #133

    • McNerney Amendment #136

    • Moore (WI) Amendment #137

    • Moore (WI) Amendment #138

    • Moore (WI) Amendment #139

    • Norcross Amendment #140

    • Ocasio-Cortez Amendment #141

    • O’Halleran Amendment #142

    • Payne Amendment #144

    • Sewell Amendment #145

    • Tlaib Amendment #146

    • Tlaib Amendment #147

    • Vargas Amendment #148

    • Vargas Amendment #149
       

  • Lee (NV) Amendment #132
    Passed 220 – 200

     

  • Republican Motion to Recommit Offered by Mr. Gibbs
    Failed 202 – 217

 




Tuesday, June 29, 2021



H.R. 2662 – IG Independence and Empowerment Act (Rep. Carolyn Maloney – Oversight and Reform)
Passed 221 – 182

The Rule provides for one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the Chair and Ranking Member of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, and allows for amendments to be offered En Bloc.  The full list of amendment descriptions can be found HERE.

  • En Bloc #1
    Passed 219 – 184

    • Axne Amendment

    • Bourdeaux Amendment

    • Carter (LA) Amendment

    • Malinowski Amendment

    • Torres (NY) Amendment
       

  • Comer Amendment
    Failed 182 – 220