House readies Tuesday votes on energy, water amendments

Amendments debated but still requiring votes:

Pete Sessions (R-Texas), remove language barring the use of funds to convert functions done by government employees to private companies.

Jim Moran (D-Va.), strike language precluding the Army Corps of Engineers and EPA from issuing regulations clarifying which waters call under federal protection.

Ed Markey (D-Mass.), increase Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $100 million, reduce Nuclear Energy and Fossil Energy Research and Development by $50 million.

Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.), strike language allowing the Secretary of Energy to redirect unspent stimulus weatherization funding from one state to another, saving $1.5 billion.

Gerry Connolly (D-Va.), increase Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $46 million and reduce Fossil Energy Research and Development by $99 million.

Brad Miller (D-NC), increase Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by $24 million, reduce Fossil Fuel Energy Research and Development by $50 million.

Paul Broun (R-Ga.), cut $26.5 million from Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Clean Vehicle Technology.

Peter Welch (D-Vt.), transfer $491 million from the National Nuclear Security Administration to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.

Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.), cut $45.6 million from Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy New Vehicle Technology.

Paul Tonko (D-NY), transfer $227 million from National Nuclear Security Administration Weapons Security to state and federal weatherization programs.

Scott Garrett (R-NJ), cut $500 million from Energy research and development programs.

David Wu (D-Ore.), transfer $60 million from Departmental Administration to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.

Tom McClintock (R-Calif.), cut $166 million from solar power research and development.

Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), foster cooperative effort with NASA for the production of plutonium.

Garamendi, transfer $450 million from Fossil Energy Research and Development to the Advanced Research Projects Agency.