Roll Call Votes
1. Confirmation of Executive Calendar #116 Jessica Looman, of Minnesota, to be Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division, Department of Labor; confirmed: 51-46.
5. Lankford #1232 to Murray-Collins Amdt #1092 Minibus Appropriations (60 vote threshold); not agreed: 56-42.
By voice vote, the Senate adopted the following amendments to H.R.4366 Minibus appropriations, en bloc:
1. Moran #1250
2. Daines #1185
3. Sullivan #1216
4. Sullivan #1221
5. Peters-Cornyn #1283
6. Rosen #1117
7. Schatz #1120
8. Booker-Tuberville #1175
9. Tillis-Welch #1264
10. Reed #1202
11. Britt #1270
12. Kelly-Tillis #1116
13. Hirono-Moran #1113
14. Warnock –Cornyn #1351
15. Smith-Ricketts #1134
16. Rosen-Crapo #1220
17. Cardin #1277
18. Padilla #1140
19. Shaheen #1131
20. Klobuchar-Moran #1203
21. Kelly #1133
22. Padilla #1139
23. Ossoff-Braun #1255
24. Merkley-Crapo #1352
25. Stabenow #1115
Adopted the following resolutions:
S.Res.428, Nebraska Women’s Volleyball
S.Res.430, Early Childhood Literacy Awareness Day
S.Res.431, National Women’s Small Business Month
S.Res.432, Anniversary of Tree of Life synagogue attack
Began the Rule 14 process to place S.3135, making emergency supplemental appropriations for assistance for the situation in Israel for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2024, on the Legislative Calendar of Business.
During Tuesday’s Session the Senate reached an agreement to complete consideration of Calendar #198, H.R.4366, Minibus Appropriations. At a time to be determined by the Majority Leader in consultation with the Republican Leader, the Senate will resume consideration of Cal. #198, H.R.4366. During the consideration of Cal. #198, H.R.4366, Murray-Collins substitute amendment #1092 will be considered an Appropriations Committee amendment for purposes of Rule XVI, with no other Rule XVI points of order waived by this agreement. H.R.4366, H.R.4368, as reported in the House of Representatives on June 27, 2023, and H.R.4820, as reported in the House of Representatives on July 24, 2023, will serve as the basis for defense of germaneness under Rule XVI for any floor amendments. It will be in order for floor amendments to amend the substitute in more than one place.
The only remaining amendments in order to the Murray-Collins substitute amendment #1092 are the following amendments, if offered:
1. Ernst #1177
2. Braun #1182
3. Hawley #1200
4. Cruz #1296
5. Blackburn #1349
6. Budd #1243
7. Cramer #1241 (60 vote threshold)
8. Paul #1217 (60 vote threshold)
9. Paul #1347 (60 vote threshold)
10. Cruz #1249 (60 vote threshold)
11. Lee #1121 (60 vote threshold)
At times to be determined by the Majority Leader in consultation with the Republican Leader, the Senate will vote on the amendments. Floor updates will be sent as each vote series is locked in with respect to amendments in the list.
Upon disposition of the amendments, the Senate will vote on adoption of substitute amendment #1092, as amended, with a 60 affirmative vote threshold required for adoption. The bill, as amended, will be read a third time, and the Senate will vote on passage of the bill, as amended, with a 60 vote affirmative threshold required for passage.
Upon disposition of the bill, the Committee on Appropriations will be discharged from further consideration, and the Senate will proceed to the immediate consideration of H.R.662, the Scott (FL)-Rubio substitute amendment #1357 be considered and agreed to, the bill, as amended, be read a third time, and the Senate will vote on passage of the bill, as amended, with a 60 affirmative vote threshold required for passage, without intervening action or debate.
No Further Executive Business