- Leahy (Judiciary committee reported substitute);
- Merkley (declassificiation of FISA court opinions);
- Paul (4th Amendment-searches/seizures); and
- Wyden (public reporting)
There will be 30 minutes for debate equally divided between the proponents and opponents on each amendment and 5 hours of debate equally divided on the bill. Upon the use or yielding back of time, the Senate proceed to votes in relation to the amendments in the order listed. No second degree amendments are in order prior to the votes. Upon disposition of the amendments, the bill will be read a third time and the Senate proceed to vote on passage of the bill, as amended, if amended.
Prior to consenting to the agreement listed above, Senator McConnell objected to Senator Reid's request and asked that the amendments and passage of the bill be subject to 60 affirmative vote thresholds. Senator Reid agreed to McConnell's request for 60 vote thresholds.