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 BassKaren BassThe Hill's 12:30 Report Lawmakers, stars collide at 'Queen of Katwe' premiere Ex-GOP senator: Trump's a sociopath MORE (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 GosarPaul GosarLawmakers seek answers on Pentagon employees' casino, strip club charges House conservatives are winning Ryan faces new pressures from House conservatives MORE (R-Ariz.), block any funds from going to Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah, or the Muslim Brotherhood.
Bill FloresBill FloresRepublican Study Committee elders back Harris for chairman Week ahead in tech: Crunch time for internet handoff opponents GOPers fear trillion-dollar vote is inevitable MORE (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 WelchPeter WelchRetailers have jumped the shark EpiPen investigation shows need for greater pricing transparency, other reforms Dem lawmakers: Clinton should have disclosed illness sooner MORE (D-Vt.), block funds for use by Afghanistan's Ministry of Finance for tax collection.
Several others debated Thursday will require a recorded vote.