In a lengthy debate, Reps. Mike Fitzpatrick (R-Pa.) and Charlie Dent (R-Pa.) spoke in favor of the proposal, while Reps. Steve Pearce (R-NM) and Rob BishopRobert (Rob) William BishopGOP chairman slams federal agency involved in Cliven Bundy case GAO finds inconsistencies in processing offshore oil testing Overnight Energy: Senate close to approving Arctic drilling | EPA cancels controversial media tracking contract | Trump officials sound alarm on mineral imports MORE (R-Utah) spoke against it.

The Dicks amendment was one of several debated Tuesday night, some of which were accepted by voice vote. For example, members accepted language from Rep. Charlie Bass (R-NH) that transfers $20 million from the Department of Interior to the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

Members also accepted language from Rep. Scott Tipton (R-Colo.) that cuts $5 million from the EPA and sends that money to the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service.

The House rejected language from Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.) cutting $50 million from the Bureau of Land Management.

Members on Wednesday will have to vote on a proposal from Rep. Hansen Clarke (D-Mich.) that would move $10 million from the Bureau of Land Management's department that deals with oil and gas drilling permits to the EPA's Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

Other amendment results (withdrawn proposals not listed):

Tim GriffinJohn (Tim) Timothy GriffinFlynn discloses lobbying that may have helped Turkey Tea Party class reassesses record Huckabee's daughter to run '16 campaign MORE (R-Ark.), transfer $3 million from EPA to North American Wetlands Conservation Fund. Accepted voice vote.

Paul Tonko (D-NY), transfer $8.4 million from National Park Service to National Recreation and Preservation. Vote pending.

Justin AmashJustin AmashOvernight Defense: House votes to renew surveillance program | More drones, troops headed to Afghanistan | Former officers urge lawmakers to curb Trump's nuclear powers Overnight Tech: House votes to reauthorize surveillance powers | Twitter on defensive after Project Veritas video | Senate panel to hold hearing on bitcoin Overnight Cybersecurity: House votes to renew NSA spying | Trump tweets spark confusion | Signs Russian hackers are targeting Olympics | Bannon expected to appear before House Intel panel MORE (R-Mich.), cut $2.2 million in National Capital Area Performing Arts Program. Vote pending.

John Carter (R-Texas), adjust $1 million in funds to provide for law enforcement centers on the southern border. Accepted voice vote.

Paul GosarPaul Anthony GosarQuiet jockeying for McCain seat angers Republicans Paul Ryan refutes rumors of early retirement from House The Senate must act on the House-passed appropriations bills MORE (R-Ariz.), remove ban on charter schools for Indian students. Accepted voice vote.

Robert Dold (R-Ill.), move $24.7 million from Interior to EPA's Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. Vote pending.

Tom Reed (R-NY), move $8.2 million from Interior to fight invasive species in forests. Vote pending.

Steve Scalise (R-La.), strike $420,000 from Interior to protest slow oil and gas permitting. Vote pending.

Sheila Jackson LeeSheila Jackson LeeOvernight Cybersecurity: Feinstein shocks by releasing Fusion GPS testimony | House passes bill to boost oversight of cyber vulnerabilities | FBI director calls encryption 'public safety issue' House passes Homeland Security cybersecurity oversight bill American Airlines apologizes after accusing NBA G League players of stealing blankets MORE (D-Texas), move $5.5 million from Interior to EPA Environmental Programs. Rejected voice vote.

-- This post was updated at 11:42 p.m. to add other amendment details. The House adjourned shortly after 11:30 p.m.