By voice vote, the House approved amendments from:

Rep. Rick CrawfordRick CrawfordLawmakers send well-wishes to Scalise on Twitter Moving forward, not back: The U.S.- Cuba relationship How the GOP came to dominate, and be dominated by, rural voters MORE (R-Ariz.), to direct EPA to consult with the secretary of Agriculture when regulating nuisance dust;

Rep. Jeff FlakeJeff FlakeSenate should seek to retain its 'blue slip' tradition for judicial nominees Progressives target Heller and Flake on Senate GOP bill The Hill's Whip List: Senate ObamaCare repeal bill MORE (R-Ariz.), to include a sense of the Congress that regulations on dust should not be a reaction to natural events such as dust storms, and;

Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.), to require EPA to analyze the economic impact on the agriculture industry before it issues new particulate-matter regulations related to agriculture.

By roll call, the House rejected amendments from:

Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.), to allow EPA to continue enforcing fine particulate water standards, and allow EPA to regulate nuisance dust anywhere. Rejected 150-255.

Delegate Donna Christensen (D-Virgin Islands), to allow EPA to regulate nuisance dust if EPA determines state, local or tribal laws are not sufficient to protect public health. Rejected 159-250.

Rep. Ed MarkeyEd MarkeyDems push for more action on power grid cybersecurity Dem senator: Trump 'doesn't respect' the presidency Overnight Regulation: Labor groups fear rollback of Obama worker protection rule | Trump regs czar advances in Senate | New FCC enforcement chief MORE (D-Mass.), to change the definition of nuisance dust to exclude particulate matter containing arsenic or other heavy metals that are harmful to human health. Rejected 165-249.

Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.), to alter the definition of nuisance dust to exclude particulate matter produced from mining activities. Rejected 158-257.

Rep. Al GreenAl GreenCongressional Black Caucus calls on Trump administration to invest in prosecuting hate crimes Scalise ally, a Dem, leads fight to boost lawmaker security Dem leaders: Cool it on impeachment MORE (D-Texas), to require EPA to report to Congress on the increase or decrease in the number of jobs as a result of the bill. Rejected 170-247.