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Markup of 18 Bills, Full Committee (November 19, 2019)

Date: 
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 10:00am
Continuations: 
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - 1:30pm
Location: 
2123 Rayburn House Office Building

The Committee on Energy and Commerce met in open markup session on Tuesday, November 19, at 10:00 a.m. and Wednesday, November 20, at 2:30 p.m. in the John D. Dingell Room, 2123 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

 

Key Documents

Memorandum from Chairman Pallone to the Full Committee

 

Livestream

Day 1

 

Day 2

 

Legislation

To view markup documents, such as amendments and bill texts, click here.

 

H.R.___, the "Safe, Accountable, Fair, and Environmentally Responsible Pipeline (SAFER  Pipeline) Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a roll call vote: 30-21.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Upton in the Nature of a Substitute was defeated by a roll call vote: 23-30.

#2 Amendment offered by Rep. Veasey was agreed to by a voice vote.

#3 Amendment offered by Rep. Latta was defeated by a roll call vote: 23-26.

#4 Amendment offered by Rep. Kennedy was agreed to by a voice vote.

#5 Amendment offered by Rep. Flores was agreed to by a voice vote.

#6 Amendment offered by Rep. Schrader was agreed to by a voice vote.

#7 Amendment offered by Rep. Walberg was defeated by a roll call vote: 22-29.

#8 Amendment offered by Rep. O'Halleran was agreed to by a voice vote.

#9 Amendment offered by Rep. Buchson was defeated by a roll call vote: 23-30.

#10 Amendment offered by Rep. McKinley was defeated by a roll call vote: 22-28.

#11 Amendment offered by Rep. Johnson was defeated by a roll call vote: 23-25.

#12 Amendment offered by Rep. Rodgers was defeated by a roll call vote: 22-28.

#13 Amendment offered by Rep. Flores was agreed to by a voice vote.

#14 Amendment offered by Rep. Upton was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 3432, the "Safer Pipelines Act of 2019," was  favorably reported to the House, amended, by unamious consent.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Pallone in the Nature of a Substitute, to insert the text of H.R. ___ as amended and reported by the Full Committee on November 19, 2019, was agreed to by unanimous consent.

 

H.R. 1603, the "Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a roll call vote: 47-1.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Tonko in the Nature of a Substitute was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 4995, the "Maternal Health Quality Improvement Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a voice vote.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Cardenas was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 2339, the "Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a roll call vote: 28-24.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Ruiz was agreed to by a voice vote.

#2 Amendment offered by Rep. Ruiz was withdrawn.

#3 Amendment offered by Rep. Burgess was defeated by a roll call vote: 22-31.

#4 Amendment offered by Rep. Castor was agreed to by a roll call vote: 29-24.

#5 Amendment offered by Rep. Hudson was defeated by a roll call vote: 25-28.

#6 Amendment offered by Rep.Eshoo was agreed to by a voice vote.

#7 Amendment offered by Rep. Griffith was defeated by a roll call vote: 22-31.

#8 Amendment offered by Rep. Clarke was agreed to by a voice vote.

#9 Amendment offered by Rep. Burgess was defeated by a roll call vote: 22-29.

#10 Amendment offered by Rep. Mullin was defeated by a roll call vote: 25-27.

#11 Amendment offered by Rep. Walden was defeated by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 5035, the "Television Viewer Protection Act," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a voice vote.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Walden was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 2699, the "Nuclear Waste Policy Amendments Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a voice vote.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Matsui in the Nature of a Substitute was withdrawn.

#2 Amendment offered by Rep. Dingell was agreed to by a voice vote.

#3 Amendment offered by Rep. Lujan was withdrawn.

#4 Amendment offered by Rep. Lujan was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 535, the "PFAS Action Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a roll call vote: 31-19.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Pallone in the Nature of a Substitute was agreed to by a voice vote.

#1a Amendment offered by Rep. Shimkus to the Pallone AINS, was defeated  by a roll call vote: 21-29.

 

H.R. 4996, the "Helping Medicaid Offer Maternity Servies (MOMS) Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a voice vote.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Kennedy was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 4229, the "Broadband Deployment Accuracy and Technological Availability Act," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a voice vote.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep.Eshoo was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 4227, the "Mapping Accuracy Promotes Services (MAPS) Act," was favorably reported to the House, without amendment, by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 5000, the “Studying How to Harness Airwave Resources Efficiently (SHARE) Act of 2019,” was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a voice vote.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Peters was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 4998, the "Secure and Trusted Communications Networks Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a voice vote.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Walden was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 4461, the "Network Security Information Sharing Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, as amended, by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 2881, the "Secure 5G and Beyond Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, as amended, by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 4500, the "Promoting United States Wireless Leadership Act of 2019," was favorably reported to the House, amended, by a voice vote.

#1 Amendment offered by Rep. Johnson was agreed to by a voice vote.

 

H.Res. 575, expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that all stakeholders in the deployment of 5G communications infrastructure should carefully consider and adhere to the recommendation of “The Prague Proposals,” was favorably reported to the House, as amended, by a voice vote.

 

H.R. 3851, the "Brand USA Extension Act," was favorably reported to the House, as amended, by a voice vote

 

H.R. 4779, to extend the Undertaking Spam, Spyware, And Fraud Enforcement With Enforcers beyond Borders US SAFEWEB) Act of 2006, and for other purposes, was favorably reported to the House, without amendment, by a voice vote.