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"Organizational Meeting," Full Committee (January 24, 2017)

Date: 
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 - 1:00pm
Location: 
2167 Rayburn House Office Building

On Tuesday, January 24, at 1:00 p.m., in 2167 Rayburn House Office Building (Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure hearing room), the Committee on Energy and Commerce held a meeting to consider four resolutions for the purpose of organizing the Committee and to adopt the Committee’s Authorization and Oversight Plan for the 115th Congress. 

 

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Key Documents

Resolution to establish the Committee Rules for the 115th Congress was adopted by a voice vote
   Amendment (05) offered by Rep. Schakowsky was defeated by a roll call vote, 23-31
   Amendment (04) offered by Ranking Member Pallone was defeated by a roll call vote, 22-29
   Amendment (02) offered by Ranking Member Pallone was defeated by a roll call vote, 21-30
   Amendment (03) offered by Ranking Member Pallone was defeated by a roll call vote, 22-30
 
Resolution to establish Subcommittee Jurisdiction for the 115th Congress was adopted by a voice vote
 
Resolution to establish Republican Membership of the Committee for the 115th Congress was adopted by a voice vote
 
Resolution to establish Democratic Membership of the Committee for the 115th Congress was adopted by a voice vote
 
   Amendment (08) offered by Rep. Engel was defeated by a roll call vote, 21-30
   Amendment en bloc (03, 05, 26, 27) offered by Rep. Castor was defeated by a roll call vote, 21-29
   Amendment (02) offered by Rep. Lujan was adopted by a voice vote
   Amendment (01) offered by Rep. DeGette was defeated by a roll call vote, 21-29
   Amendment (29) offered by Rep. Eshoo was adopted by a voice vote
   Amendment (04) offered by Rep. Sarbanes was defeated by a roll call vote,  22-30
   Amendment (09) offered by Rep. Tonko was defeated by a voice vote
   Amendment (28) offered by Rep. Welch was adopted by a voice vote
   Amendment en bloc (12, 13, 15, 17) offered by Rep. Green was defeated by a roll call vote, 20-29
   Amendment (38) offered by Rep. Butterfield was adopted by a voice vote
   Amendment en bloc (16, 18) offered by Rep. Matsui was defeated by a roll call vote, 20-29

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