Rep. Rick CrawfordRick CrawfordThe Hill's Whip List: 36 GOP no votes on ObamaCare repeal plan A guide to the committees: House Why a bill about catfish will show whether Ryan's serious about regulatory reform MORE (R-Ariz.), to direct EPA to consult with the secretary of Agriculture when regulating nuisance dust;
Rep. Jeff FlakeJeff FlakeWounded Ryan faces new battle Overnight Tech: High court hears case on where patent suits are filed | House to vote on blocking internet privacy rules | Facebook's new tools for voters House to vote Tuesday on blocking Obama internet privacy rules 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;
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 MarkeyOvernight Energy: Trump signs climate order | Greens vow to fight back House passes bill undoing Obama internet privacy rule The Hill’s Whip List: 30 Dems are against Trump’s Supreme Court nominee 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 GreenDem claims, without evidence, that some Trump dossier allegations are true Softer Trump storms the Capitol Second Dem to boycott Trump speech to Congress 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.