April 19, 2016 06:50 PM

Wrap Up for Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Roll Call Votes
  1. Passage of H.R.636, FAA, as amended; passed; 95-3.
  2. Murkowski/Cantwell, as modified SA #3234 (Resources Title); agreed to: 97-0.
  3. Isakson/Bennet SA #3202 (SAVE Act); agreed to: 66-31.
  4. Lankford SA #3210 (Maintenance Backlog Limit on LWCF Spending); not agreed to: 34-63.
  5. Boozman SA #3311 Boozman (Clean Line Study); not agreed to: 42-55.
  6. Udall SA #3312 (Clean Energy Victory Bonds); not agreed to: 50-47.
  7. Motion to waive re: Paul SA #3787 (Economic Freedom Zones); not agreed to: 33-64.

Legislative Business

Passed S.2755, establishes a program to provide a Capitol flown flag, at no cost, to the immediate family members of firefighters, law enforcement officers, members of rescue squads or ambulance crews, and public safety officers who are killed in the line of duty.

Passed H.R.2722, requires the Secretary of the Treasury to mint coins in recognition of the fight against breast cancer.

Adopted S.Res.431 - Recognizing the immeasurable benefits of the national 4-H program to the young people of the United States and supporting the campaign to expand the 4-H program.

The Senate agreed to the following amendments to S.2012:

  1. #3276 Cantwell (Striking Certain Provisions)
  2. #3302 Klobuchar, as modified (Modifying a Provision)
  3. #3055 Flake (WAPA Pilot Project)
  4. #3050 Flake (DOE Grants Information)
  5. #3237 Hatch (Internet Auctions)
  6. #3308 Murkowski (Denali & Gasoline)
  7. #3286 Heller, as modified (PLREDA)
  8. #3075 Vitter (Well Control Small Business)
  9. #3168 Portman/Shaheen (EPS)
  10. #3292 Shaheen, as modified (Waste Heat and CHP)
  11. #3155 Heinrich (Minority-Serving Institutions)
  12. #3270 Manchin (Carbon Sequestration Program)
  13. #3313 Cantwell, as modified (SOS Accelerating Energy Innovation)
  14. #3214 Cantwell (DOE Emergency Response)
  15. #3266 Vitter (Helicopter Fuel)
  16. #3310 Sullivan (Survey Correction Swan Lake)
  17. #3317 Heinrich (Lab-Directed R&D Cost Allocation)
  18. #3265 Vitter, as modified (Maritime Workforce)
  19. #3012 Kaine (Rockingham County)
  20. #3290 Alexander/Merkley (Batteries)
  21. #3004 Gillibrand/Cassidy (Disaster Relief Efficient Appliances)
  22. #3233 Warner, as modified (Administrative Exchange for GW Parkway)
  23. #3239 Thune (High-Energy Physics Subcommittee)
  24. #3221 Udall/Portman (Water Sense)
  25. #3203 Coons (Study Cost-Share Waivers)
  26. #3309 Portman, as modified (NPS Centennial)
  27. #3229 Flake (Solar Avian Impact Study)
  28. #3251 Inhofe (Natural Gas Vehicles)
  29. #2963 Murkowski RIS Fix (currently pending)
  30. #3175 Burr (Corolla Wild Horses)
  31. #2954 Cassidy-Markey (Maximize SPR Sale Revenue)

Executive Business

Confirmed Executive Calendar #448, Michael Joseph Missal, of Maryland, to be Inspector General, Department of Veterans Affairs