Pending amendments to Cybersecurity / Objection to request to finish bill on Tuesday, October 22Senator Burr and Senator Feinstein have called up several additional amendments to S.754, Cybersecurity. Below you will find a complete list of the pending amendments.
Senator Burr then asked unanimous consent that on Thursday, October 22 at 11:00am, the Senate vote on the pending amendments to the Burr-Feinstein substitute to S.754, with a 60 vote threshold for those amendments that are not germane; and that following the disposition of amendments, the substitute, as amended, if amended, be agreed to; the bill, as amended, be read a third time, and the Senate vote on passage, with a 60-vote threshold.
Senator Wyden objected. At the end of this message the unofficial transcript of Senator Wyden's remarks can be found.
The following amendments are pending to S.754, Cybersecurity
- Burr-Feinstein amendment #2716 (substitute)
- Cotton #2581 (FBI/Secret Service), as modified to correct instruction line
- Coons #2552 (Personal ID information scrub), as modified to correct instruction line
- Flake #2582 (6 year sunset)
- Franken #2612 (cybersecurity and cyber threat indicator definition), as modified to correct instruction line
- Heller #2548 ("reasonably believe") as modified to correct instruction line
- Leahy #2587 (Strike FOIA Exemption) , as modified to correct instruction line
- Paul #2564 (liability immunity), as modified to correct instruction line
- Mikulski #2557 (Plus up Cyber funding OPM)
- Whitehouse #2626 (Cyber crime)
- Wyden #2621 (Remove Personal ID information), as modified to correct instruction line
Under the previous order, the following amendments would still be in order to be offered, but at this point we do not expect them to be called up:
- Vitter #2578 (security clearances);
- Vitter #2579 (small business); and
- Murphy #2589 (Judicial redress).