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Date Question Position Result
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 278 (Garamendi) to H.R. 7900: To waive current laws requirement that FEMA or federal land management agencies reimburse DOD (with civilian funds) for cost of military support for disaster response to major wildfires or federally declared disaster
Yea Failed
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 276 (Pallone) to H.R. 7900: To prohibit the President from selling or exporting new F-16s or F-16 upgrade technology or modernization kits to Turkey unless the President provides a certification to Congress that such a transfer is in the national
Yea Agreed to
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 275 (Speier) to H.R. 7900: To incentivize states to enact, at a minimum, the rights afforded to victims in the Survivors Bill of Rights Act.
Yea Agreed to
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 274 (Jayapal) to H.R. 7900: An amendment numbered 392 printed in Part A of House 117-405 to establish an Office of Climate Resilience.
Yea Failed
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 273 (Keating) to H.R. 7900: To require the State Department to establish and staff Climate Change Officer positions to be posted at U.S. embassies, consulates, or diplomatic missions to provide climate change mitigation expertise, engage with int
Yea Failed
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 272 (Bowman) to H.R. 7900: To prohibit U.S. military presence in Syria without Congressional approval within one year of enactment.
Yea Failed
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 271 (Smith) to H.R. 7900: An amendment comprised of the following amendments printed in Part A of House Report 117-405 as en bloc No. 4: Nos. 383, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 390, 393, 394, 396, 397, 398, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 407, 408, 409,
Yea Agreed to
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 270 (Smith) to H.R. 7900: An amendment comprised of the following amendments printed in Part A of House Report 117-405 as en bloc No. 3: Nos. 279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299,
Yea Agreed to
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 269 (Smith) to H.R. 7900: An amendment comprised of the following amendments printed in Part A of House Report 117-405 as en bloc No. 2: Nos. 34, 40, 47, 70, 75. 77, 113, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178,
Yea Agreed to
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 268 (Speier) to H.R. 7900: To establish a voluntary, opt-in pilot program for the purpose of suicide prevention.
Yea Agreed to
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 267 (Levin) to H.R. 7900: To require the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sust ainment to submit a report to Congress on the progress of the Department's implementation of on-site PFAS destruction technologies not requiring incinera
Yea Agreed to
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 266 (Speier) to H.R. 7900: To require the Secretary of Defense to conduct a gender analysis of the IMET programs and to offer training on gender analysis to partner military personnel participating in IMET programs.
Yea Agreed to
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 265 (Torres) to H.R. 7900: To require additional notifications and oversight of Section 333 funding for the governments of the Northern Triangle.
Yea Failed
7/14/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 264 (Aguilar) to H.R. 7900: To require the Department of Defense to update Congress on the status of implementing the recommendations from the October 2021 report on screening individuals entering the military.
Yea Agreed to
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 263 (Rice) to H.R. 7900: To require a report to Congress by FBI and DHS on the processes needed to regularly report to Congress on domestic terrorism threats pursuant to Section 5602 of the Fiscal Year 2020 NDAA.
Yea Agreed to
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 262 (Schneider) to H.R. 7900: To direct the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and the Secretary of Defense to publish a report that analyzes and sets out strategies to combat White supremacist and neo-Nazi activity in the uniformed services a
Yea Agreed to
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 261 (Sánchez) to H.R. 7900: To request that the Department of Defense produce a report on the spread of malign disinformation within the ranks and ways in which the Department is currently working to mitigate the spread and impact of malign disin
Yea Failed
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 260 (Norton) to H.R. 7900: To give the Mayor of the District of Columbia the same authority over the D.C. National Guard that the governors of states and territories have over their National Guards.
Yea Agreed to
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 259 (Tlaib) to H.R. 7900: To strike the prohibition on the reduction of the total number of nuclear armed Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles deployed in the United States.
Yea Failed
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 258 (Garamendi) to H.R. 7900: To prevent testing and development of the new Sentinel (GBSD) nuclear missile and instead extends the existing Minuteman III ICBM through at least 2040.
Yea Failed
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 257 (Foster) to H.R. 7900: To repeal the restriction on funding for the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization.
Yea Agreed to
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 256 (Smith) to H.R. 7900: To allow the Navy to retire nine Littoral Combat Ships.
Yea Failed
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 255 (Jayapal) to H.R. 7900: To repeal the statutory requirement for the Defense Department to submit unfunded priorities lists to Congress.
Yea Failed
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 254 (Lee) to H.R. 7900: To reduce the amount authorized by the bill by approximately $37 billion.
Yea Failed
7/13/22 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 253 (Lee) to H.R. 7900: To reduce the bill's authorized amount by $100 billion without modifying amounts authorized for harmless personnel, civilian pay and benefits, and the Defense Health Program.
Yea Failed