House continues to slog through DOD spending amendments

Among those accepted:

Mike Michaud (D-Maine), to ensure funds in the bill are not used in violate of the Berry Amendment, which gives preference to U.S.-produced clothing.

Larry Kissell (D-N.C.), to prohibit spending on commercial air carriers that charge baggage fees to members of the armed forces.

Karen Bass (D-Calif.), to prohibit funds from being spent in contravention of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.

Jon Runyan (R-N.J.), to prohibit spending on commercial air carriers that charge baggage fees to members of the Armed Forces other than bags weighing over 80 pounds, up to four bags.

Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), to block new government auto purchases that don't meet the administration's federal fleet performance guidelines.

Randy Neugabauer (R-Texas), to prohibit spending on any effort to reduce the number of B-1 bombers.

Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), block any funds from going to Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah, or the Muslim Brotherhood.

Bill Flores (R-Texas), prohibit funds from being used to enforce a law that says no alternative-fuels contracts can be struck unless it is first shown that greenhouse gas emissions would be reduced through use of the alternative fuel.

Peter Welch (D-Vt.), block funds for use by Afghanistan's Ministry of Finance for tax collection.

Several others debated Thursday will require a recorded vote.