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Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2012

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Location: Washington, DC

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Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. Will the gentleman yield?

Mr. VISCLOSKY. I yield to the gentleman from New Jersey.

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. Let me say I associate my remarks with those of the ranking member. Thank you for your very thoughtful amendment, and I share your apprehensions about the American job prospects relative to this program.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. The logical question to my colleagues is, well, Pete, why are you even standing up and talking about this if you agree with everything the gentleman said? I basically do.

My concern right now is if we do terminate partnership in the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation, which is based at the International Energy Agency, we have 14 other member nations. And I am just concerned about taking this particular unilateral action, but that is about the only concern I have with the remarks of the gentleman.

I yield back the balance of my time.

Mr. SHERMAN. I would just build on the remarks of the ranking member, which the chairman chose to associate himself with, and say if those are speeches against my amendment, I welcome them.

I hope those that are listening will not just note on which side the gentleman rose, but what they actually said. The content of what they said, I think, supports my amendment far more eloquently than I can.

I yield back the balance of my time.

The CHAIR. The question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from California (Mr. Sherman).

The amendment was agreed to.

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. I move to strike the last word.

The CHAIR. The gentleman from New Jersey is recognized for 5 minutes.

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. I yield to the gentleman from Louisiana.

Mr. SCALISE. Thank you. I would like to enter into a colloquy with the distinguished chairman of the Energy and Water Development Subcommittee.

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. I would be pleased to do so.

Mr. SCALISE. Mr. Chairman, section 501(a) provides to the Corps of Engineers more than $1 billion in emergency supplemental funding for disaster relief. The section makes those funds available ``for emergency expenses for repair of damages caused by the storm and flood events of 2011.'' Am I correct in my understanding that included in the ``damages'' to be addressed by section 501(a) is the loss of navigation channel dimensions caused or exacerbated by this year's floods?

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. The gentleman from Louisiana is correct.

The intent of section 501(a) is to fund the repair of damages to levees and navigation channels caused by the floods of 2011. The committee has provided more than $1 billion dollars in title 5 of our bill to address navigation channel dimensions and make the levee repairs.

Mr. SCALISE. I thank the distinguished chairman. As many of our colleagues know, it is critical in Louisiana and elsewhere throughout the Nation to restore as quickly as possible the flood control and navigation integrity of our inland waterway system.

Again, I thank the chairman of the committee for yielding.

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. I want to thank the gentleman for his strong advocacy on behalf of his constituents and so many other Members of Congress that were affected by the incredible devastation of recent floods.

I yield back the balance of my time.

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MR. HASTINGS OF FLORIDA

Mr. HASTINGS of Florida. Mr. Chairman, I have an amendment at the desk.

The CHAIR. The Clerk will report the amendment.

The Clerk read as follows:

At the end of the bill (before the short title), insert the following:

Sec. __. None of the funds made available by this Act may be used in contravention of Executive Order No. 12898 of February 11, 1994 (``Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations'').

The CHAIR. Pursuant to the order of the House of Thursday, July 14, 2011, the gentleman from Florida (Mr. Hastings) and a Member opposed each will control 5 minutes.

The Chair recognizes the gentleman from Florida.

Mr. HASTINGS of Florida. Mr. Chairman, I rise to offer this amendment that ensures that the most vulnerable members of our society no longer bear disproportionately more than their share of the environmental costs in their community.

Mr. Chairman, I first offered this measure, the exact same amendment, in the year 2005, and it was adopted into law. It has since been adopted into law in two other appropriations bills. This is the right thing to do. Environmental justice is an effort to achieve health and environmental equity across all community lines.

I ask that my amendment be supported.

* [Begin Insert]

Our government cannot ignore obvious disparities simply because the environmental burden is borne by citizens with limited political influence. We cannot destroy whole communities simply because it is politically convenient.

In 1994, President Clinton signed Executive Order 12898, directing agencies to address environmental justice concerns. Since then, minority and low-income communities have heard very little in the way of tangible progress except ``wait.'' Well, these folks have been waiting for 20 years and they shouldn't have to wait anymore.

The Environmental Protection Agency's, EPA, plan to have environmental justice standards in place by 2014 is a noble and welcome attempt at addressing the problem, but there are real steps that we can take today.

My amendment ensures that none of the funds appropriated in this bill will be used in breach of the goals of Executive Order 12898.

Environmental justice is an effort to achieve health and environmental equity across all community lines. Adoption of this amendment will call on the agencies in this bill to move forward with the identification of at-risk minority and low-income communities so appropriate steps can be taken to improve their health and well-being.

My amendment makes sure justice is served today.

When I first offered this same amendment in 2005, it was adopted into law. It has since been adopted into law in two other appropriations bills. This is the right thing to do for the health and fair treatment for those who need our help most in society.

Mr. Chair, I ask that my amendment be supported in an effort to help minority and low-income communities across this nation.

Environmental justice that is reserved only for only those who can afford it is no justice at all.

* [End Insert]

I yield back the balance of my time.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. Mr. Chairman, I move to strike the last word.

The CHAIR. The gentleman from Indiana is recognized for 5 minutes.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. Mr. Chairman, I rise in strong support of the gentleman's amendment. I appreciate his raising the issue and his offering the
amendment, and I certainly strongly support his intention here.

I would be happy to yield to my chairman.

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. I concur with the ranking member's view and commend you for your efforts. I have no objection.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. Mr. Chairman, I yield back the balance of my time.

The CHAIR. The question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Florida (Mr. Hastings).

The amendment was agreed to.

AMENDMENT NO. 70 OFFERED BY MR. BURGESS

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. Mr. Chairman, I ask unanimous consent that the request for a recorded vote on amendment No. 70, offered by the gentleman from Texas (Mr. Burgess), be vacated to the end that the Chair put the question de novo.

The CHAIR. Is there objection to the request of the gentleman from New Jersey?

If not, the request for a recorded vote on amendment No. 70 is vacated.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

The CHAIR. The question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Texas (Mr. Burgess).

The amendment was agreed to.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. Mr. Chairman, I move to strike the last word.

The CHAIR. The gentleman from Indiana is recognized for 5 minutes.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. I realize we are at the end of the amendment process. I do not want to take Members' time unduly. I simply want to make a couple of observations in closing on the debate.

I, again, want to thank Chairman Frelinghuysen, as well as the chairman of the full committee, Mr. Rogers, and Mr. Dicks, the ranking member here, for their tireless work. As I said at the beginning, Mr. Frelinghuysen has been a leader on the Subcommittee on Energy and Water, and he has also been a tremendous partner. This process has been transparent, it has been open, and it has been thoughtful. As people who have followed the last 5 days understand, we have not agreed on every issue, but we have worked very closely together. I truly personally appreciate that, and as a public official and Member of this body, I appreciate that.

Also, again, because we all know, as members of the committee, who does the work to make this such an exceptional bill, I again want to personally thank the staff: Rob Blair, Joe Levin, Loraine Heckenberg, Angie Giancarlo, Perry Yates, Taunja Berquam, Nancy Fox, Katie Hazlett, and Joe DeVooght. Everyone has their expertise. We may have separate offices, but we have, I think, collectively worked very well together and fashioned a wonderful bill.

Mr. DICKS. Will the ranking member yield?

Mr. VISCLOSKY. I am happy to yield to the gentleman from Washington.

Mr. DICKS. I just want to add my support for this effort. This is not a perfect bill, but I want to say how much I appreciate working with Congressman Frelinghuysen, especially on modernization of our new reactor for the follow-on Trident submarine. This is an enormously important program, and the chairman has worked with us to make sure that the funding is appropriate and timely so that we can keep this program on track. And for that, I appreciate it. To all the staff and Chairman Rogers, thank you for regular order and staying with this. Fortunately we were able to get a unanimous consent agreement.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. I yield to the gentleman from New Jersey.

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. I would also like to thank Ranking Member Pete Visclosky for our friendship and our working relationship in putting together this Energy and Water bill, which on the water side affects every congressional district. It's important. I think we've done the right thing. And, of course, the reliability of our nuclear stockpile, the issues relating to nonproliferation, but I think we've put together a great bill, and I want to thank you for the leadership and our working relationship. I won't mention my name since you've done it so well, the excellent staff that allows us to move forward in a really nonpartisan, bipartisan way.

To the big chairman, thank you, Mr. Rogers, for your support. It's been quite a long haul here on this bill. And I appreciate your loyal support and our working relationship.

And to the ranking member, thank you so much, Mr. Dicks, for your support and help and friendship we've had on the Defense Appropriations Committee, along with the ranking member.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. I am happy to now yield to the full committee chair, the gentleman from Kentucky.

Mr. ROGERS of Kentucky. I thank the gentleman for yielding.

I thank Chairman Frelinghuysen and Mr. Visclosky for the hard, super effort. This has not been an easy bill, to say the least. And you've stayed with it, you have written a good bill, and you have, I think, defended a good bill. There have been amendments that have passed at least on voice vote that I think helped the bill.

I want to remind Members that this bill normally in past years has been one of the homes of earmarks. This bill was practically all earmarks in years past. And to the great credit of this subcommittee, you have not allowed any earmarks--not one--which is a remarkable achievement and merits the support, I think, of every single Member of this body.

Number two, we gave you a real tough 302(b) number to deal with. That I admit from the very beginning. We were trying to implement the budget that passed this House. And the allocation you received was very stingy. But you have, I think, done great credit to yourselves and to the rest of us by using that limited allocation and stretched it out as far as you could stretch it. And I think you've got a good bill.

In fact, the numbers in this bill are going back to 2006 levels.

The CHAIR. The time of the gentleman from Indiana has expired.

(On request of Mr. Dicks, and by unanimous consent, Mr. Visclosky was allowed to proceed for 1 additional minute.)

Mr. ROGERS of Kentucky. Will the gentleman continue to yield?

Mr. VISCLOSKY. I yield to the gentleman from Kentucky.

Mr. ROGERS of Kentucky. You've gone back to the 2006 levels, which is a huge cut in spending. So you've done your share of helping us get the Nation's fiscal house back in order. And I want to thank my colleague, Mr. Dicks, who at the very outset of this year agreed with me in toto that we would get this committee back into regular order, and he is living up to that every day since that time. So thank you, Mr. Dicks, for doing a great job.

And I want to thank these two, the chairman and ranking member of this subcommittee. They have been a model of civility and working together for a common cause. Thanks for a great job.

Mr. VISCLOSKY. Again, I thank the staff very much.

I yield back the balance of my time.

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE CHAIR

The CHAIR. Pursuant to clause 6 of rule XVIII, proceedings will now resume on those amendments on which further proceedings were postponed, in the following order:

Amendment No. 26 by Mr. Cole of Oklahoma.

An amendment by Mr. Cohen of Tennessee.

An amendment by Mr. Gosar of Arizona.

An amendment by Ms. Kaptur of Ohio.

First amendment by Mr. Flake of Arizona.

An amendment by Mrs. Capps of California.

Second amendment by Mr. Flake of Arizona.

An amendment by Mr. Scalise of Louisiana.

Amendment No. 81 by Mr. Broun of Georgia.

Amendment No. 63 by Mr. Broun of Georgia.

Amendment No. 76 by Mr. Landry of Louisiana.

First amendment by Mrs. Blackburn of Tennessee.

Second amendment by Mrs. Blackburn of Tennessee.

Amendment No. 53 by Mr. Harris of Maryland.

An amendment by Mr. Rohrabacher of California.

An amendment by Mrs. Adams of Florida.

The Chair will reduce to 2 minutes the time for any electronic vote after the first vote in this series.

AMENDMENT NO. 26 OFFERED BY MR. COLE

The CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Oklahoma (Mr. Cole) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the ayes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 249, noes 169, not voting 13, as follows:
[Roll No. 583]
AYES--249

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Altmire

Amash

Austria

Bachus

Barletta

Barrow

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (NH)

Benishek

Berg

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boren

Boustany

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Calvert

Camp

Campbell

Canseco

Capito

Carter

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Chandler

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Connolly (VA)

Cooper

Costello

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Cuellar

Culberson

Davis (KY)

DeFazio

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Diaz-Balart

Dold

Dreier

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Ellmers

Emerson

Farenthold

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Flake

Fleischmann

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Gardner

Garrett

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gibson

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Goodlatte

Gosar

Gowdy

Granger

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Hall

Hanna

Harper

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Honda

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jordan

Kelly

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Landry

Lankford

Latham

LaTourette

Latta

Lewis (CA)

LoBiondo

Long

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mack

Manzullo

Marino

Matheson

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul

McClintock

McCotter

McHenry

McKeon

McKinley

Meehan

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Owens

Palazzo

Pastor (AZ)

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Peterson

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Posey

Price (GA)

Quayle

Rahall

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Ribble

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Ross (FL)

Royce

Runyan

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Simpson

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Southerland

Stearns

Stivers

Stutzman

Sullivan

Terry

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tipton

Turner

Upton

Walberg

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Webster

West

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOES--169

Ackerman

Andrews

Baca

Baldwin

Bass (CA)

Becerra

Berkley

Berman

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Boswell

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Butterfield

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Castor (FL)

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Cleaver

Clyburn

Cohen

Conyers

Costa

Courtney

Crowley

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeGette

DeLauro

Deutch

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Edwards

Eshoo

Farr

Filner

Frank (MA)

Fudge

Garamendi

Gonzalez

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Gutierrez

Hanabusa

Hastings (FL)

Heinrich

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Hoyer

Hurt

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson, E. B.

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kildee

Kind

Kissell

Kucinich

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Luján

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McNerney

Meeks

Michaud

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Olver

Pallone

Pascrell

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rangel

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Welch

Wilson (FL)

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth
NOT VOTING--13

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Cantor

Clay

Ellison

Engel

Fattah

Giffords

Hinchey

Marchant

McMorris Rodgers

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

Messrs. NADLER and LARSON of Connecticut, Mrs. CAPPS, Mr. ANDREWS, and Ms. SCHAKOWSKY changed their vote from ``aye'' to ``no.''

Messrs. WITTMAN, COSTELLO, and ROSS of Florida, and Mrs. BIGGERT changed their vote from ``no'' to ``aye.''

So the amendment was agreed to.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

Stated for:

* [Begin Insert]

Mr. HURT. Mr. Chair, on rollcall vote No. 583 on the Cole Amendment to H.R. 2354, I cast my vote as ``no'' when I intended to vote ``aye.''

* [End Insert]

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MR. COHEN

The CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Tennessee (Mr. Cohen) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 158, noes 264, not voting 9, as follows:
[Roll No. 584]
AYES--158

Ackerman

Andrews

Baca

Baldwin

Bartlett

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berkley

Berman

Bilbray

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Boswell

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Butterfield

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Castor (FL)

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cohen

Connolly (VA)

Cooper

Courtney

Crowley

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Deutch

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Doyle

Edwards

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Fudge

Garamendi

Gibson

Gonzalez

Grijalva

Gutierrez

Hanabusa

Hastings (FL)

Heinrich

Higgins

Himes

Hirono

Hochul

Honda

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson, E. B.

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kildee

Kind

Kissell

Kucinich

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Luján

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

McNerney

Meeks

Michaud

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Olver

Owens

Pallone

Pascrell

Paul

Payne

Perlmutter

Peters

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rangel

Reyes

Richmond

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shuler

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NJ)

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Thompson (CA)

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Watt

Waxman

Welch

Wilson (FL)

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth
NOES--264

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Altmire

Amash

Austria

Bachus

Barletta

Barrow

Barton (TX)

Bass (CA)

Benishek

Berg

Biggert

Bilirakis

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boren

Boustany

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Calvert

Camp

Campbell

Canseco

Cantor

Capito

Carter

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Chandler

Cleaver

Clyburn

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Conyers

Costa

Costello

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Cuellar

Culberson

Davis (KY)

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Diaz-Balart

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Dreier

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Ellmers

Emerson

Farenthold

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Flake

Fleischmann

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Gardner

Garrett

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Goodlatte

Gosar

Gowdy

Granger

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Hall

Hanna

Harper

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Hinojosa

Holden

Holt

Hoyer

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jordan

Kelly

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Landry

Lankford

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Latta

Lewis (CA)

LoBiondo

Long

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mack

Manzullo

Marino

Matheson

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul

McClintock

McCotter

McHenry

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McMorris Rodgers

Meehan

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Murphy (CT)

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Palazzo

Pastor (AZ)

Paulsen

Pearce

Pelosi

Pence

Peterson

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Posey

Price (GA)

Quayle

Rahall

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Ribble

Richardson

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Ross (FL)

Royce

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shimkus

Shuster

Simpson

Smith (NE)

Smith (TX)

Southerland

Stearns

Stivers

Stutzman

Sullivan

Sutton

Terry

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tipton

Turner

Upton

Visclosky

Walberg

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Waters

Webster

West

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOT VOTING--9

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Marchant

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

Mr. CASSIDY changed his vote from ``aye'' to ``no.''

So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MR. GOSAR

The Acting CHAIR (Mrs. Capito). The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Arizona (Mr. Gosar) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the ayes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 183, noes 238, not voting 10, as follows:
[Roll No. 585]
AYES--183

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Amash

Austria

Bachus

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (NH)

Benishek

Berg

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boustany

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Calvert

Camp

Campbell

Canseco

Cantor

Carter

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Crawford

Crenshaw

Culberson

Davis (KY)

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Dreier

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Ellmers

Farenthold

Fincher

Flake

Fleischmann

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Gardner

Garrett

Gibbs

Gingrey (GA)

Goodlatte

Gosar

Gowdy

Granger

Graves (GA)

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Guinta

Guthrie

Hall

Harper

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hunter

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jones

Jordan

King (IA)

Kingston

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Landry

Lankford

Latham

Latta

Lewis (CA)

Long

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mack

Manzullo

Marino

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul

McClintock

McHenry

McKeon

McMorris Rodgers

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Myrick

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Palazzo

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Posey

Price (GA)

Quayle

Reed

Renacci

Ribble

Rigell

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Ross (FL)

Royce

Scalise

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Simpson

Smith (NE)

Smith (TX)

Southerland

Stearns

Stutzman

Sullivan

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tipton

Walberg

Webster

West

Westmoreland

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Wu

Yoder

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOES--238

Ackerman

Alexander

Altmire

Andrews

Baca

Baldwin

Barletta

Barrow

Bass (CA)

Becerra

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Boren

Boswell

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Butterfield

Capito

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Cohen

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Cravaack

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Deutch

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Duffy

Edwards

Emerson

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fitzpatrick

Frank (MA)

Fudge

Garamendi

Gerlach

Gibson

Gohmert

Gonzalez

Graves (MO)

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Grimm

Gutierrez

Hanabusa

Hanna

Hastings (FL)

Heck

Heinrich

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Hultgren

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson, E. B.

Kaptur

Keating

Kelly

Kildee

Kind

King (NY)

Kinzinger (IL)

Kissell

Kucinich

Lance

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

LaTourette

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Luján

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum

McCotter

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McKinley

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Michaud

Miller (MI)

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Murphy (PA)

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Olver

Owens

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Petri

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Rehberg

Reichert

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rivera

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Ryan (WI)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NJ)

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Stivers

Sutton

Terry

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Tiberi

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Welch

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Woolsey

Yarmuth

Young (AK)
NOT VOTING--10

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Hurt

Marchant

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). There is 1 minute remaining.

So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

Stated for:

* [Begin Insert]

Mr. HURT. Madam Chair, I was not present for rollcall vote No. 585 on the Gosar Amendment to H.R. 2354. Had I been present, I would have voted ``aye.''

* [End Insert]

Stated against:

* [Begin Insert]

Mr. WU. Madam Chair, on rollcall vote 585, I inadvertently recorded my vote incorrectly. On the amendment offered by Representative GOSAR, I intended to vote ``no.''

* [End Insert]

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MS. KAPTUR

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentlewoman from Ohio (Ms. Kaptur) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 212, noes 210, not voting 9, as follows:
[Roll No. 586]
AYES--212

Ackerman

Altmire

Andrews

Baca

Baldwin

Barrow

Bartlett

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berkley

Berman

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Black

Blumenauer

Bono Mack

Boswell

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Butterfield

Camp

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Cassidy

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Cohen

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costello

Courtney

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Dent

Deutch

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Edwards

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fitzpatrick

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Fudge

Garamendi

Gerlach

Gibson

Gohmert

Gonzalez

Gosar

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Gutierrez

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harris

Hastings (FL)

Heck

Heinrich

Herrera Beutler

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson, E. B.

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kildee

Kind

Kissell

Kucinich

Lance

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latta

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Luján

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCaul

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

McNerney

Meeks

Michaud

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Olver

Owens

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Petri

Pingree (ME)

Platts

Polis

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reichert

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schmidt

Schwartz

Schweikert

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shuler

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NJ)

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Stivers

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Welch

Wilson (FL)

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth
NOES--210

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Amash

Austria

Bachus

Barletta

Barton (TX)

Benishek

Berg

Biggert

Bishop (UT)

Blackburn

Bonner

Boren

Boustany

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Calvert

Campbell

Canseco

Cantor

Capito

Carter

Chabot

Chaffetz

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Costa

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Culberson

Davis (KY)

Denham

DesJarlais

Diaz-Balart

Dold

Dreier

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Ellmers

Emerson

Farenthold

Fincher

Flake

Fleischmann

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Gardner

Garrett

Gibbs

Gingrey (GA)

Goodlatte

Gowdy

Granger

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Hall

Harper

Hartzler

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Hensarling

Herger

Hoyer

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jordan

Kelly

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Landry

Lankford

Latham

LaTourette

Lewis (CA)

Long

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mack

Manzullo

Marino

Matheson

McCarthy (CA)

McClintock

McCotter

McHenry

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McMorris Rodgers

Meehan

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Palazzo

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Peterson

Pitts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Posey

Price (GA)

Quayle

Reed

Rehberg

Renacci

Ribble

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (FL)

Royce

Runyan

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schilling

Schock

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shimkus

Shuster

Simpson

Smith (NE)

Smith (TX)

Southerland

Stearns

Stutzman

Sullivan

Terry

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tipton

Turner

Visclosky

Walberg

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Webster

West

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOT VOTING--9

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Marchant

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR. One minute remains in this vote.

Mrs. McMORRIS RODGERS changed her vote from ``aye'' to ``no.''

Messrs. GOSAR and JOHNSON of Georgia changed their vote from ``no'' to ``aye.''

So the amendment was agreed to.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

Stated for:

* [Begin Insert]

Mr. MCINTYRE. Madam Chair, during rollcall vote No. 586 on the Kaptur Amendment on H.R. 2354, I mistakenly recorded my vote as ``no'' when I should have voted ``aye.''

* [End Insert]

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MR. FLAKE

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the first amendment offered by the gentleman from Arizona (Mr. Flake) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 81, noes 341, not voting 9, as follows:
[Roll No. 587]
AYES--81

Akin

Amash

Barton (TX)

Benishek

Blackburn

Brady (TX)

Broun (GA)

Campbell

Canseco

Chabot

Chaffetz

Coffman (CO)

Conaway

DesJarlais

Diaz-Balart

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Fincher

Flake

Fleming

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Gardner

Garrett

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Gowdy

Graves (GA)

Hartzler

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Huelskamp

Jenkins

Jordan

Labrador

Lamborn

Lankford

Latta

Long

Luetkemeyer

Lummis

Mack

McCarthy (CA)

McClintock

McHenry

McMorris Rodgers

Miller (FL)

Mulvaney

Murphy (PA)

Nunes

Paul

Pearce

Pence

Petri

Pompeo

Price (GA)

Ribble

Rohrabacher

Ross (FL)

Royce

Ryan (WI)

Schmidt

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Smith (NE)

Southerland

Stearns

Stutzman

Sullivan

Walberg

Walsh (IL)

Webster

Westmoreland

Wilson (SC)

Yoder

Young (IN)
NOES--341

Ackerman

Adams

Aderholt

Alexander

Altmire

Andrews

Austria

Baca

Bachus

Baldwin

Barletta

Barrow

Bartlett

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berg

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blumenauer

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boren

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brooks

Brown (FL)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Butterfield

Calvert

Camp

Cantor

Capito

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Carter

Cassidy

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Coble

Cohen

Cole

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Culberson

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

Davis (KY)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Denham

Dent

Deutch

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Edwards

Ellmers

Emerson

Eshoo

Farenthold

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fitzpatrick

Fleischmann

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Fudge

Gallegly

Garamendi

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gibson

Gonzalez

Goodlatte

Gosar

Granger

Graves (MO)

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grijalva

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Gutierrez

Hall

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harper

Harris

Hastings (FL)

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Heinrich

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Inslee

Israel

Issa

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, E. B.

Johnson, Sam

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kelly

Kildee

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kissell

Kline

Kucinich

Lance

Landry

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lucas

Luján

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Maloney

Manzullo

Marino

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCaul

McCollum

McCotter

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Mica

Michaud

Miller (MI)

Miller (NC)

Miller, Gary

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Myrick

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunnelee

Olson

Olver

Owens

Palazzo

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Paulsen

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Polis

Posey

Price (NC)

Quayle

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Scalise

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schilling

Schock

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Stivers

Sutton

Terry

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tierney

Tipton

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walden

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Welch

West

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

Young (AK)

Young (FL)
NOT VOTING--9

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Marchant

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). There is 1 minute remaining in this vote.

Mr. GINGREY of Georgia changed his vote from ``no'' to ``aye.''

So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MRS. CAPPS

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentlewoman from California (Mrs. Capps) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 152, noes 269, not voting 10, as follows:
[Roll No. 588]
AYES--152

Ackerman

Andrews

Baca

Baldwin

Bass (CA)

Becerra

Berkley

Berman

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Boren

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Capps

Capuano

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Cohen

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costello

Crowley

Cuellar

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Deutch

Dingell

Doggett

Edwards

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Frank (MA)

Fudge

Garamendi

Gonzalez

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Gutierrez

Hanabusa

Hastings (FL)

Higgins

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson, E. B.

Kaptur

Kildee

Kissell

Kucinich

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McNerney

Meeks

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Olver

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reyes

Richardson

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Ruppersberger

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Scott (VA)

Scott, Austin

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Sires

Slaughter

Speier

Stark

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Waxman

Welch

Wilson (FL)

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth
NOES--269

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Altmire

Amash

Austria

Bachus

Barletta

Barrow

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (NH)

Benishek

Berg

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Butterfield

Calvert

Camp

Campbell

Canseco

Cantor

Capito

Cardoza

Carter

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Clyburn

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Costa

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Culberson

Davis (KY)

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Ellmers

Emerson

Farenthold

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Flake

Fleischmann

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Gardner

Garrett

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gibson

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Goodlatte

Gosar

Gowdy

Granger

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Hall

Hanna

Harper

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Heinrich

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Himes

Holden

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Inslee

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jones

Jordan

Keating

Kelly

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Landry

Lankford

Latham

LaTourette

Latta

Lewis (CA)

LoBiondo

Long

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Luján

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mack

Manzullo

Marino

McCarthy (CA)

McCarthy (NY)

McCaul

McClintock

McCollum

McCotter

McHenry

McKeon

McKinley

McMorris Rodgers

Meehan

Mica

Michaud

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Owens

Palazzo

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Posey

Price (GA)

Quayle

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Ribble

Richmond

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Ross (FL)

Royce

Runyan

Rush

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schwartz

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, David

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Simpson

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Southerland

Stearns

Stivers

Stutzman

Sullivan

Terry

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tipton

Turner

Upton

Walberg

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Walz (MN)

Watt

Webster

West

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOT VOTING--10

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Marchant

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

Visclosky

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). One minute remains in this vote.
Mr. FLAKE changed his vote from ``aye'' to ``no.''

So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MR. FLAKE

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the second amendment offered by the gentleman from Arizona (Mr. Flake) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 68, noes 353, not voting 10, as follows:
[Roll No. 589]
AYES--68

Amash

Benishek

Brady (TX)

Broun (GA)

Burgess

Campbell

Capuano

Chabot

Chaffetz

Clarke (NY)

DeFazio

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Edwards

Farr

Filner

Flake

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Garrett

Gohmert

Gowdy

Graves (GA)

Grijalva

Gutierrez

Heinrich

Hensarling

Herrera Beutler

Hirono

Honda

Huelskamp

Jenkins

Jordan

Lankford

Long

Mack

Markey

McClintock

McDermott

McGovern

McHenry

McMorris Rodgers

Miller, George

Moore

Mulvaney

Nadler

Olver

Paul

Peters

Petri

Polis

Pompeo

Quigley

Ribble

Rohrabacher

Royce

Ryan (WI)

Schilling

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Speier

Stearns

Tierney

Walsh (IL)

Yoder
NOES--353

Ackerman

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Altmire

Andrews

Austria

Baca

Bachus

Baldwin

Barletta

Barrow

Bartlett

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berg

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Blumenauer

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boren

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brooks

Brown (FL)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Butterfield

Calvert

Camp

Canseco

Cantor

Capito

Capps

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Carter

Cassidy

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cohen

Cole

Conaway

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Culberson

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

Davis (KY)

DeGette

DeLauro

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Deutch

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Ellmers

Emerson

Eshoo

Farenthold

Fattah

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Fleischmann

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Fudge

Gallegly

Garamendi

Gardner

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gibson

Gingrey (GA)

Gonzalez

Goodlatte

Gosar

Granger

Graves (MO)

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Hall

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harper

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (FL)

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Herger

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Hoyer

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Inslee

Israel

Issa

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, E. B.

Johnson, Sam

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kelly

Kildee

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kissell

Kline

Kucinich

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Landry

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Latta

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Luján

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Maloney

Manzullo

Marchant

Marino

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (CA)

McCarthy (NY)

McCaul

McCollum

McCotter

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Mica

Michaud

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller (NC)

Miller, Gary

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Napolitano

Neal

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Owens

Palazzo

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Paulsen

Payne

Pearce

Pelosi

Pence

Perlmutter

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Posey

Price (GA)

Price (NC)

Quayle

Rahall

Rangel

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Ross (FL)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Scalise

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schmidt

Schock

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sessions

Sewell

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Southerland

Stark

Stivers

Stutzman

Sutton

Terry

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tipton

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walberg

Walden

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Webster

Welch

West

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOT VOTING--10

Bachmann

Barton (TX)

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

Sullivan

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). One minute remains in this vote.

Mr. CLARKE of Michigan, Ms. PINGREE of Maine, and Mr. YOUNG of Indiana changed their vote from ``aye'' to ``no.''

So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MR. SCALISE

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Louisiana (Mr. Scalise) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 271, noes 148, not voting 12, as follows:
[Roll No. 590]
AYES--271

Ackerman

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Altmire

Austria

Baca

Bachus

Baldwin

Barrow

Barton (TX)

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Boren

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Brown (FL)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Butterfield

Campbell

Cantor

Capito

Capps

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Cassidy

Castor (FL)

Chabot

Chaffetz

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Coble

Cohen

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Cummings

Davis (IL)

DeGette

Denham

Dent

Deutch

Dicks

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Farenthold

Farr

Fitzpatrick

Flake

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Franks (AZ)

Fudge

Gardner

Garrett

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gibson

Gingrey (GA)

Goodlatte

Gosar

Gowdy

Graves (MO)

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grijalva

Guinta

Guthrie

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (FL)

Hayworth

Heinrich

Hensarling

Herrera Beutler

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Huelskamp

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Jenkins

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, E. B.

Johnson, Sam

Jones

Jordan

Kaptur

Keating

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kissell

Kline

Kucinich

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Landry

Lankford

Larson (CT)

LaTourette

Latta

Lee (CA)

Lewis (GA)

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Luján

Lummis

Mack

Maloney

Manzullo

Matheson

McCarthy (CA)

McCarthy (NY)

McCaul

McClintock

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

McHenry

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

Meehan

Meeks

Mica

Michaud

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Mulvaney

Murphy (CT)

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Nadler

Napolitano

Nugent

Nunes

Olson

Olver

Palazzo

Pallone

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Peters

Peterson

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Price (GA)

Quayle

Reed

Reichert

Reyes

Ribble

Richardson

Richmond

Rivera

Roe (TN)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Roskam

Ross (FL)

Roybal-Allard

Royce

Runyan

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Scalise

Schilling

Schock

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott (VA)

Scott, Austin

Scott, David

Sensenbrenner

Serrano

Sessions

Sewell

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Sires

Smith (NJ)

Southerland

Speier

Stearns

Stivers

Stutzman

Sullivan

Thompson (MS)

Tipton

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Webster

Welch

West

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Wilson (SC)

Wolf

Woodall

Woolsey

Wu

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (IN)
NOES--148

Amash

Andrews

Barletta

Bartlett

Benishek

Berg

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Blumenauer

Bonner

Bono Mack

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Calvert

Camp

Canseco

Capuano

Cardoza

Carter

Chandler

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Culberson

Davis (CA)

Davis (KY)

DeFazio

DeLauro

DesJarlais

Diaz-Balart

Dingell

Doggett

Doyle

Dreier

Edwards

Ellmers

Emerson

Eshoo

Fattah

Filner

Fincher

Fleischmann

Foxx

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Garamendi

Gonzalez

Granger

Grimm

Gutierrez

Hall

Harper

Hastings (WA)

Heck

Herger

Holden

Huizenga (MI)

Issa

Johnson (GA)

Kelly

Kildee

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Latham

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lipinski

Lofgren, Zoe

Long

Lowey

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Marchant

Marino

Markey

Matsui

McCotter

McNerney

Miller, Gary

Neal

Neugebauer

Noem

Nunnelee

Owens

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Posey

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Rehberg

Renacci

Rigell

Roby

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Ros-Lehtinen

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Ruppersberger

Ryan (WI)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schmidt

Schwartz

Sherman

Simpson

Slaughter

Smith (NE)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Stark

Sutton

Terry

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Visclosky

Walberg

Waxman

Wittman

Womack

Yarmuth

Young (FL)
NOT VOTING--12

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Gohmert

Graves (GA)

Hinchey

McMorris Rodgers

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

Tierney

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). One minute remains in this vote.

Ms. LEE changed her vote from ``no'' to ``aye.''

So the amendment was agreed to.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT NO. 81 OFFERED BY MR. BROUN OF GEORGIA

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Georgia (Mr. Broun) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 69, noes 354, not voting 8, as follows:
[Roll No. 591]
AYES--69

Amash

Benishek

Bishop (UT)

Blackburn

Brady (TX)

Broun (GA)

Burgess

Campbell

Canseco

Chabot

Chaffetz

Conaway

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Flake

Fleming

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Garrett

Gohmert

Gowdy

Graves (GA)

Harris

Hensarling

Herger

Huelskamp

Hunter

Jenkins

Johnson, Sam

Jordan

Labrador

Landry

Lankford

Long

Mack

McClintock

McHenry

McMorris Rodgers

Miller (FL)

Mulvaney

Neugebauer

Paul

Pearce

Pence

Petri

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Ribble

Rohrabacher

Ross (FL)

Royce

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schmidt

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Southerland

Stearns

Stutzman

Walberg

Walsh (IL)

West

Wilson (SC)

Woodall

Yoder

Young (IN)
NOES--354

Ackerman

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Altmire

Andrews

Austria

Baca

Bachus

Baldwin

Barletta

Barrow

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berg

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Black

Blumenauer

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boren

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brooks

Brown (FL)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Butterfield

Calvert

Camp

Cantor

Capito

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Carter

Cassidy

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cohen

Cole

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Culberson

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

Davis (KY)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Deutch

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Edwards

Ellmers

Emerson

Eshoo

Farenthold

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Fleischmann

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Fudge

Gallegly

Garamendi

Gardner

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gibson

Gingrey (GA)

Gonzalez

Goodlatte

Gosar

Granger

Graves (MO)

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grijalva

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Gutierrez

Hall

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harper

Hartzler

Hastings (FL)

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Heinrich

Herrera Beutler

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hurt

Inslee

Israel

Issa

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, E. B.

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kelly

Kildee

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kissell

Kline

Kucinich

Lamborn

Lance

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Latta

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Luján

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Maloney

Manzullo

Marchant

Marino

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (CA)

McCarthy (NY)

McCaul

McCollum

McCotter

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Mica

Michaud

Miller (MI)

Miller (NC)

Miller, Gary

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Olver

Owens

Palazzo

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Paulsen

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Pitts

Platts

Polis

Posey

Price (GA)

Price (NC)

Quayle

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schilling

Schock

Schwartz

Schweikert

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Stivers

Sullivan

Sutton

Terry

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tierney

Tipton

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walden

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Webster

Welch

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

Young (AK)

Young (FL)
NOT VOTING--8

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). There is 1 minute remaining in this vote.
So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT NO. 63 OFFERED BY MR. BROUN OF GEORGIA

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Georgia (Mr. Broun) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 90, noes 332, not voting 9, as follows:
[Roll No. 592]
AYES--90

Akin

Amash

Benishek

Bishop (UT)

Blackburn

Brady (TX)

Broun (GA)

Burgess

Campbell

Canseco

Cantor

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Conaway

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Flake

Fleming

Flores

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Gallegly

Garrett

Gibbs

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Gowdy

Graves (GA)

Harris

Hartzler

Hayworth

Hensarling

Huelskamp

Hunter

Jenkins

Johnson, Sam

Jordan

Kingston

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Landry

Lankford

Latta

Long

Luetkemeyer

Mack

Marino

McClintock

McHenry

McMorris Rodgers

Miller (FL)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Neugebauer

Nunes

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Petri

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Price (GA)

Quayle

Roe (TN)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Ross (FL)

Royce

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Smith (NE)

Southerland

Stearns

Stutzman

Terry

Tipton

Walsh (IL)

West

Whitfield

Wilson (SC)

Woodall

Young (IN)
NOES--332

Ackerman

Adams

Aderholt

Alexander

Altmire

Andrews

Austria

Baca

Bachus

Baldwin

Barletta

Barrow

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berg

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Black

Blumenauer

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boren

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brooks

Brown (FL)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Butterfield

Calvert

Camp

Capito

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Carter

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cohen

Cole

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Culberson

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

Davis (KY)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Deutch

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Duffy

Edwards

Ellmers

Emerson

Eshoo

Farenthold

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Fleischmann

Forbes

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Fudge

Garamendi

Gardner

Gerlach

Gibson

Gonzalez

Goodlatte

Gosar

Granger

Graves (MO)

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grijalva

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Gutierrez

Hall

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harper

Hastings (FL)

Hastings (WA)

Heck

Heinrich

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hurt

Inslee

Israel

Issa

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, E. B.

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kelly

Kildee

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kinzinger (IL)

Kissell

Kucinich

Lance

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lucas

Luján

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Maloney

Manzullo

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (CA)

McCarthy (NY)

McCaul

McCollum

McCotter

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Mica

Michaud

Miller (MI)

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Noem

Nugent

Nunnelee

Olson

Olver

Owens

Palazzo

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Pitts

Platts

Polis

Posey

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Reyes

Ribble

Richardson

Richmond

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Stivers

Sullivan

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walberg

Walden

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Webster

Welch

Westmoreland

Wilson (FL)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)
NOT VOTING--9

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Marchant

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). There is 1 minute remaining in this vote.


So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT NO. 76 OFFERED BY MR. LANDRY

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Louisiana (Mr. Landry) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 227, noes 193, not voting 11, as follows:
[Roll No. 593]
AYES--227

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Amash

Austria

Bachus

Barletta

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (NH)

Benishek

Berg

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bono Mack

Boustany

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Calvert

Camp

Campbell

Canseco

Cantor

Capito

Carter

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Culberson

Davis (KY)

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Diaz-Balart

Dold

Dreier

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Ellmers

Emerson

Farenthold

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Flake

Fleischmann

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Gardner

Garrett

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gibson

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Goodlatte

Gosar

Gowdy

Granger

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Hall

Harper

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jones

Jordan

Kelly

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Landry

Lankford

Latham

Latta

Lewis (CA)

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mack

Manzullo

Marchant

Marino

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul

McClintock

McHenry

McKeon

McKinley

McMorris Rodgers

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Palazzo

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Posey

Price (GA)

Quayle

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Ribble

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (FL)

Royce

Runyan

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shimkus

Shuster

Simpson

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Southerland

Stearns

Stivers

Stutzman

Sullivan

Terry

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tipton

Turner

Upton

Walberg

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Webster

West

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOES--193

Ackerman

Altmire

Andrews

Baca

Baldwin

Barrow

Bass (CA)

Becerra

Berkley

Berman

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Boren

Boswell

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Butterfield

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Cohen

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Deutch

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Edwards

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Frank (MA)

Fudge

Garamendi

Gonzalez

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Gutierrez

Hanabusa

Hanna

Hastings (FL)

Heinrich

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson, E. B.

Kaptur

Keating

Kildee

Kind

Kinzinger (IL)

Kissell

Kucinich

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

LaTourette

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Long

Lowey

Luján

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum

McCotter

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Michaud

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Olver

Owens

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shuler

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Welch

Wilson (FL)

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth
NOT VOTING--11

Bachmann

Bonner

Brady (TX)

Burton (IN)

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Rohrabacher

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). There is 1 minute remaining in this vote.

So the amendment was agreed to.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

Stated for:

* [Begin Insert]

Mr. ROHRABACHER. Madam Chair, on rollcall No. 593, I was unavoidably detained. Had I been present, I would have voted ``aye.''

* [End Insert]

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MRS. BLACKBURN

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the first amendment offered by the gentlewoman from Tennessee (Mrs. Blackburn) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 129, noes 292, not voting 10, as follows:
[Roll No. 594]
AYES--129

Akin

Amash

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Benishek

Bilbray

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bono Mack

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Burgess

Campbell

Canseco

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Coble

Conaway

Cooper

Davis (KY)

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Farenthold

Fincher

Flake

Fleming

Flores

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Gallegly

Garrett

Gibbs

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Goodlatte

Gowdy

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Guinta

Guthrie

Harris

Hensarling

Herger

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hunter

Hurt

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jordan

Kinzinger (IL)

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Lankford

Latta

Long

Lummis

Mack

Manzullo

Marchant

Marino

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul

McClintock

McCotter

McHenry

McMorris Rodgers

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Murphy (PA)

Neugebauer

Nunes

Nunnelee

Paul

Paulsen

Pence

Petri

Pitts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Price (GA)

Quayle

Reed

Renacci

Ribble

Rigell

Roe (TN)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Ross (FL)

Royce

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schilling

Schmidt

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shuster

Stearns

Sullivan

Terry

Tiberi

Walberg

Walsh (IL)

Westmoreland

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Woodall

Yoder

Young (IN)
NOES--292

Ackerman

Adams

Aderholt

Alexander

Altmire

Andrews

Austria

Baca

Bachus

Baldwin

Barletta

Barrow

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berg

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Bonner

Boren

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Bucshon

Buerkle

Butterfield

Calvert

Camp

Capito

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Carter

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Coffman (CO)

Cohen

Cole

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Culberson

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Deutch

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Edwards

Ellmers

Emerson

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fitzpatrick

Fleischmann

Forbes

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Fudge

Garamendi

Gardner

Gerlach

Gibson

Gonzalez

Gosar

Granger

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Grimm

Gutierrez

Hall

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harper

Hartzler

Hastings (FL)

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Heinrich

Herrera Beutler

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Hultgren

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson, E. B.

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kelly

Kildee

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kissell

Kucinich

Landry

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Luján

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Michaud

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Myrick

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Noem

Nugent

Olson

Olver

Owens

Palazzo

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pearce

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Platts

Polis

Posey

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Rehberg

Reichert

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rivera

Roby

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schock

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Southerland

Speier

Stark

Stivers

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tierney

Tipton

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walden

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Webster

Welch

West

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Wolf

Womack

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

Young (AK)

Young (FL)
NOT VOTING--10

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Cantor

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

Stutzman

So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

Stated for:

* [Begin Insert]

Mr. STUTZMAN. Madam Chair, on rollcall No. 594, I was unavoidably detained. Had I been present, I would have voted ``aye.''

* [End Insert]

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MRS. BLACKBURN

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the second amendment offered by the gentlewoman from Tennessee (Mrs. Blackburn) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 150, noes 272, not voting 9, as follows:
[Roll No. 595]
AYES--150

Akin

Amash

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (NH)

Benishek

Bilirakis

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bono Mack

Boswell

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Burgess

Camp

Campbell

Canseco

Carney

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Conaway

Cooper

Davis (KY)

Dent

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Farenthold

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Flake

Fleming

Flores

Fortenberry

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Gallegly

Garrett

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Goodlatte

Gowdy

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Guinta

Guthrie

Harris

Hartzler

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jones

Jordan

Kinzinger (IL)

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Landry

Lankford

Latta

Long

Lummis

Mack

Manzullo

Marchant

Marino

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul

McClintock

McCotter

McHenry

McKeon

McMorris Rodgers

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Neugebauer

Nunes

Nunnelee

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Price (GA)

Quayle

Reed

Renacci

Ribble

Rigell

Roe (TN)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Ross (FL)

Royce

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schmidt

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shuster

Smith (NJ)

Southerland

Stearns

Stutzman

Sullivan

Terry

Upton

Walberg

Walsh (IL)

Westmoreland

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Woodall

Yoder

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOES--272

Ackerman

Adams

Aderholt

Alexander

Altmire

Andrews

Austria

Baca

Bachus

Baldwin

Barletta

Barrow

Bass (CA)

Becerra

Berg

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bilbray

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Bonner

Boren

Boustany

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Bucshon

Buerkle

Butterfield

Calvert

Capito

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carson (IN)

Carter

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Cohen

Cole

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Culberson

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Denham

DesJarlais

Deutch

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Edwards

Ellmers

Emerson

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fleischmann

Forbes

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Fudge

Garamendi

Gardner

Gibson

Gonzalez

Gosar

Granger

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Grimm

Gutierrez

Hall

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harper

Hastings (FL)

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Heinrich

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson, E. B.

Kaptur

Keating

Kelly

Kildee

Kind

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kissell

Kucinich

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Luján

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McKinley

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Michaud

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Noem

Nugent

Olson

Olver

Owens

Palazzo

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Posey

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Rehberg

Reichert

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rivera

Roby

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schilling

Schock

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NE)

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Stivers

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tierney

Tipton

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walden

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Webster

Welch

West

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Wolf

Womack

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

Young (AK)
NOT VOTING--9

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Cantor

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT NO. 53 OFFERED BY MR. HARRIS

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Maryland (Mr. Harris) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 236, noes 185, not voting 10, as follows:
[Roll No. 596]
AYES--236

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Altmire

Amash

Austria

Bachus

Barletta

Barrow

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (NH)

Benishek

Berg

Biggert

Bilirakis

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bonner

Bono Mack

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Burgess

Calvert

Camp

Campbell

Canseco

Capito

Carter

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Coble

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Cooper

Cravaack

Crawford

Culberson

DeFazio

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Diaz-Balart

Dold

Dreier

Duffy

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Ellmers

Emerson

Farenthold

Fincher

Fitzpatrick

Flake

Fleischmann

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Gallegly

Gardner

Garrett

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gibson

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Goodlatte

Gosar

Gowdy

Granger

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Green, Gene

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Hall

Hanna

Harper

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (WA)

Hayworth

Heck

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Himes

Hochul

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jordan

Kelly

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Lance

Landry

Lankford

Latham

LaTourette

Latta

Lewis (CA)

LoBiondo

Long

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mack

Manzullo

Marchant

Marino

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul

McClintock

McCotter

McHenry

McIntyre

McKeon

McMorris Rodgers

Meehan

Mica

Michaud

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Mulvaney

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Palazzo

Paul

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Posey

Quayle

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Ribble

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Ross (FL)

Royce

Runyan

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shimkus

Shuster

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Southerland

Stearns

Stivers

Stutzman

Sullivan

Terry

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tipton

Turner

Upton

Walberg

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Webster

West

Westmoreland

Whitfield

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOES--185

Ackerman

Andrews

Baca

Baldwin

Bass (CA)

Becerra

Berkley

Berman

Bilbray

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Boren

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Butterfield

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Cleaver

Clyburn

Cohen

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

Davis (KY)

DeGette

DeLauro

Deutch

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Edwards

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Fudge

Garamendi

Gonzalez

Green, Al

Grijalva

Gutierrez

Hanabusa

Hastings (FL)

Heinrich

Higgins

Hinojosa

Hirono

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson, E. B.

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kildee

Kind

Kissell

Kucinich

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Luján

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

McKinley

McNerney

Meeks

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Olver

Owens

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Price (GA)

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rogers (AL)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shuler

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Tierney

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Welch

Wilson (FL)

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth
NOT VOTING--10

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Cantor

Clay

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader


So the amendment was agreed to.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MR. ROHRABACHER

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from California (Mr. Rohrabacher) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 68, noes 351, not voting 12, as follows:
[Roll No. 597]
AYES--68

Akin

Amash

Andrews

Benishek

Bilbray

Black

Blackburn

Broun (GA)

Campbell

Chabot

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Fincher

Flake

Fleming

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Gardner

Garrett

Gibson

Gohmert

Gowdy

Graves (GA)

Green, Gene

Harris

Hartzler

Hayworth

Hensarling

Huelskamp

Hultgren

Hunter

Jordan

King (IA)

Labrador

Landry

Lankford

Long

Mack

McClintock

McHenry

Mulvaney

Nadler

Nunes

Owens

Paul

Pearce

Pompeo

Posey

Ribble

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Ross (FL)

Royce

Ryan (WI)

Scott (SC)

Sensenbrenner

Southerland

Stutzman

Sutton

Tipton

Tonko

Walberg

Walsh (IL)

West

Westmoreland

Womack

Young (IN)
NOES--351

Ackerman

Adams

Aderholt

Alexander

Altmire

Austria

Baca

Bachus

Baldwin

Barletta

Barrow

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berg

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bilirakis

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Bishop (UT)

Blumenauer

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boren

Boswell

Boustany

Brady (PA)

Brady (TX)

Braley (IA)

Brooks

Brown (FL)

Buchanan

Bucshon

Buerkle

Butterfield

Calvert

Camp

Canseco

Capito

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Carter

Cassidy

Castor (FL)

Chaffetz

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clarke (NY)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Coffman (CO)

Cohen

Cole

Conaway

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Culberson

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

Davis (KY)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Denham

Dent

DesJarlais

Deutch

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Duffy

Edwards

Ellmers

Emerson

Eshoo

Farenthold

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fitzpatrick

Fleischmann

Flores

Forbes

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Frelinghuysen

Fudge

Gallegly

Garamendi

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gingrey (GA)

Gonzalez

Goodlatte

Gosar

Granger

Graves (MO)

Green, Al

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grijalva

Grimm

Guinta

Guthrie

Gutierrez

Hall

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harper

Hastings (FL)

Hastings (WA)

Heck

Heinrich

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Huizenga (MI)

Hurt

Inslee

Israel

Issa

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Jenkins

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, E. B.

Johnson, Sam

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kelly

Kildee

Kind

King (NY)

Kingston

Kinzinger (IL)

Kissell

Kline

Kucinich

Lamborn

Lance

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Latta

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Luján

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Lynch

Maloney

Manzullo

Marchant

Marino

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (CA)

McCarthy (NY)

McCaul

McCollum

McCotter

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McMorris Rodgers

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Mica

Michaud

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller (NC)

Miller, Gary

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Murphy (PA)

Myrick

Napolitano

Neal

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunnelee

Olson

Olver

Palazzo

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Paulsen

Payne

Pelosi

Pence

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Petri

Pingree (ME)

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Polis

Price (GA)

Price (NC)

Quayle

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reed

Rehberg

Reichert

Renacci

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rigell

Rivera

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Runyan

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Scalise

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schwartz

Schweikert

Scott (VA)

Scott, Austin

Scott, David

Serrano

Sessions

Sewell

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Speier

Stark

Stearns

Stivers

Sullivan

Terry

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Tiberi

Tierney

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walden

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Webster

Welch

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Woodall

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)
NOT VOTING--12

Bachmann

Burgess

Burton (IN)

Cantor

Coble

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader

Smith (WA)

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE ACTING CHAIR

The Acting CHAIR (during the vote). There is 1 minute remaining on this vote.

So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

(By unanimous consent, Mr. Barton of Texas was allowed to speak out of order.)

50TH ANNUAL CONGRESSIONAL BASEBALL GAME

Mr. BARTON of Texas. Madam Chair, it is my sad duty to report to the House that last night in the 50th Annual Congressional Baseball Game, our friends on the minority side eked out an 8-2 victory. We gained 87 seats in the last election. They gained three, but one of theirs is a pitcher from New Orleans, Cedric Richmond. I do want to point out to Mr. Richmond that the congressional salary is $175,000, the major league minimum salary is $350,000; and I know the owner of the Astros and the Texas Rangers. We want to congratulate our friends.

I want to tell you how proud I am of the Republican team. We have a lot of new Members. They played really hard. They practiced very hard, but sometimes it just isn't to be. And I want to congratulate Mr. Doyle and his entire team on a victory well earned.

I yield to my friend from Pennsylvania.

Mr. DOYLE. Thank you. I want to thank my good friend, Joe Barton. It was a great game last night, not exactly an ``eking'' game. Cedric came
within five outs of pitching a no hitter, something I have never seen in the 17 years I have been involved in the game. But in addition to that, he had a group of men and women behind him that made every play when we needed to make them, had 15 hits and played almost error-free baseball--one error. When you can get away with making just one error in this game, good things are going to happen.

As you know, this is a best-of-five series, and we are currently in series 13. We had gone into the series with a 2-0 lead, so we needed one more victory to retire the Roll Call Trophy. Rather than string this thing out for too much longer, we decided to finish it last night.

Our guys played a great game, but the real winners last night were our charities, the Boys and Girls Club of Washington, D.C. and the Washington Literacy Council. We were able to raise a record amount of money for those organizations, over $150,000 for those groups that are doing really good work with our young kids in Washington, D.C. We had 7,100 people at the game, and I would venture to say that is a bigger attendance than the Nats get on some occasions. So it was a well-attended game.

Series 13, the coveted Roll Call Trophy has been retired finally by the Democratic Party. Congratulations.

Mr. BARTON of Texas. Reclaiming my time, I do want to recognize the Republican MVP, who did get a legitimate hit, Steve Pearce of New Mexico.

And I will point out to my friends on the minority side that this victory last night, while it is the third in the row in the modern era, makes it 36 Republican, 19 Democrat, and one tie.

Mr. DOYLE. But what have you done lately?

AMENDMENT OFFERED BY MRS. ADAMS

The Acting CHAIR. Without objection, 2-minute voting will continue.

There was no objection.

The Acting CHAIR. The unfinished business is the demand for a recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentlewoman from Florida (Mrs. Adams) on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote.

The Clerk will redesignate the amendment.

The Clerk redesignated the amendment.

RECORDED VOTE

The Acting CHAIR. A recorded vote has been demanded.

A recorded vote was ordered.

The Acting CHAIR. This is a 2-minute vote.

The vote was taken by electronic device, and there were--ayes 181, noes 233, not voting 17, as follows:
[Roll No. 598]
AYES--181

Adams

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Amash

Austria

Bachus

Barletta

Benishek

Berg

Bilirakis

Bishop (UT)

Black

Blackburn

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boustany

Brady (TX)

Brooks

Broun (GA)

Buchanan

Buerkle

Burgess

Camp

Campbell

Canseco

Carter

Cassidy

Chabot

Chaffetz

Coffman (CO)

Cole

Conaway

Cravaack

Crawford

Crenshaw

Culberson

Davis (KY)

DesJarlais

Duncan (SC)

Duncan (TN)

Ellmers

Emerson

Farenthold

Fincher

Flake

Fleming

Flores

Forbes

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Garrett

Gerlach

Gibbs

Gingrey (GA)

Gohmert

Gowdy

Granger

Graves (GA)

Graves (MO)

Griffin (AR)

Griffith (VA)

Grimm

Guinta

Hall

Harris

Hartzler

Hastings (WA)

Hensarling

Herger

Herrera Beutler

Huelskamp

Huizenga (MI)

Hultgren

Hunter

Hurt

Issa

Jenkins

Johnson (OH)

Johnson, Sam

Jordan

Kelly

King (IA)

King (NY)

Kinzinger (IL)

Kline

Labrador

Lamborn

Landry

Lankford

Latta

Long

Lucas

Luetkemeyer

Lummis

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mack

Manzullo

Marchant

Marino

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul

McClintock

McHenry

McMorris Rodgers

Mica

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Miller, Gary

Myrick

Neugebauer

Noem

Nugent

Nunes

Nunnelee

Olson

Palazzo

Paulsen

Pearce

Pence

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe (TX)

Pompeo

Posey

Price (GA)

Quayle

Rehberg

Ribble

Rigell

Roby

Roe (TN)

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Rokita

Rooney

Roskam

Ross (FL)

Runyan

Ryan (WI)

Scalise

Schilling

Schmidt

Schock

Schweikert

Scott (SC)

Scott, Austin

Sensenbrenner

Sessions

Shimkus

Shuster

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Smith (TX)

Southerland

Stearns

Stutzman

Sullivan

Terry

Thompson (PA)

Thornberry

Upton

Walberg

Walden

Walsh (IL)

Webster

West

Westmoreland

Wilson (SC)

Wittman

Wolf

Womack

Woodall

Yoder

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

Young (IN)
NOES--233

Ackerman

Altmire

Andrews

Baca

Baldwin

Barrow

Bartlett

Barton (TX)

Bass (CA)

Bass (NH)

Becerra

Berkley

Berman

Biggert

Bilbray

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blumenauer

Boren

Boswell

Brady (PA)

Braley (IA)

Brown (FL)

Bucshon

Butterfield

Calvert

Capito

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Carney

Carson (IN)

Castor (FL)

Chandler

Chu

Cicilline

Clarke (MI)

Clay

Cleaver

Clyburn

Cohen

Connolly (VA)

Conyers

Cooper

Costa

Costello

Courtney

Critz

Crowley

Cuellar

Cummings

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

DeFazio

DeGette

DeLauro

Dent

Deutch

Diaz-Balart

Dicks

Dingell

Doggett

Dold

Donnelly (IN)

Doyle

Dreier

Duffy

Edwards

Eshoo

Farr

Fattah

Filner

Fitzpatrick

Fleischmann

Fortenberry

Frank (MA)

Fudge

Gallegly

Garamendi

Gardner

Gibson

Gonzalez

Goodlatte

Gosar

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Guthrie

Gutierrez

Hanabusa

Hanna

Harper

Hastings (FL)

Hayworth

Heck

Heinrich

Higgins

Himes

Hinojosa

Hirono

Hochul

Holden

Holt

Honda

Hoyer

Inslee

Israel

Jackson (IL)

Jackson Lee (TX)

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

Johnson, E. B.

Jones

Kaptur

Keating

Kildee

Kind

Kissell

Kucinich

Lance

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Latham

LaTourette

Lee (CA)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (GA)

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Luján

Lynch

Maloney

Markey

Matheson

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum

McDermott

McGovern

McIntyre

McKeon

McKinley

McNerney

Meehan

Meeks

Michaud

Miller (NC)

Miller, George

Moore

Moran

Murphy (CT)

Murphy (PA)

Nadler

Napolitano

Neal

Olver

Owens

Pallone

Pascrell

Pastor (AZ)

Payne

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peters

Peterson

Pingree (ME)

Polis

Price (NC)

Quigley

Rahall

Rangel

Reed

Reichert

Renacci

Reyes

Richardson

Richmond

Rivera

Ros-Lehtinen

Ross (AR)

Rothman (NJ)

Roybal-Allard

Royce

Ruppersberger

Rush

Ryan (OH)

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sarbanes

Schakowsky

Schiff

Schwartz

Scott (VA)

Scott, David

Serrano

Sewell

Sherman

Shuler

Simpson

Sires

Slaughter

Smith (WA)

Speier

Stark

Stivers

Sutton

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Tiberi

Tierney

Tipton

Tonko

Towns

Tsongas

Turner

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Visclosky

Walz (MN)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Welch

Whitfield

Wilson (FL)

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth
NOT VOTING--17

Bachmann

Burton (IN)

Cantor

Clarke (NY)

Coble

Denham

Ellison

Engel

Giffords

Hinchey

Kingston

Langevin

McCotter

Mulvaney

Paul

Sanchez, Loretta

Schrader


So the amendment was rejected.

The result of the vote was announced as above recorded.

The Acting CHAIR (Mr. Fleischmann). The Clerk will read.

The Clerk read as follows:

This Act may be cited as the ``Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2012''.

Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN. Mr. Chairman, I move that the Committee do now rise and report the bill back to the House with sundry amendments, with the recommendation that the amendments be agreed to and that the bill, as amended, do pass.

The motion was agreed to.

Accordingly, the Committee rose; and the Speaker pro tempore (Mrs. Capito) having assumed the chair, Mr. Fleischmann, Acting Chair of the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union, reported that that Committee, having had under consideration the bill (H.R. 2354) making appropriations for energy and water development and related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012, and for other purposes, reported the bill back to the House with sundry amendments adopted in the Committee of the Whole, with the recommendation that the amendments be agreed to and that the bill, as amended, do pass.

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