House wraps up Wednesday evening amendment votes, more debate expected

John Tierney (D-Mass.), to add $10 million to a federal student loan repayment program, offset with cuts to NASA. Rejected 160-260.

Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), to increase funding for the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) program by $177 million, offset by discretionary cuts. Withdrawn.

Ben Quayle (R-Ariz.), to deny the use of funds to implement an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruling that limits the ability of companies to consider arrest and conviction records when making hiring decisions. Accepted voice vote.

Ted PoeTed PoeOvernight Tech: Dem presses Facebook on gun sales | Praise for new librarian of Congress | Fourth Amendment Caucus to push privacy concerns Overnight Cybersecurity: Guccifer 2.0 releases more DNC docs; China hacked banking regulator Texas lawmaker announces leukemia diagnosis MORE (R-Texas), to prohibit the Census Bureau from using funds to penalize people who choose not to participate in the American Community Survey. Accepted voice vote.

Daniel Webster (R-Fla.), to prevent Commerce from using funds to implement the American Community Survey. Passed 232-190.

Bill FloresBill FloresMoulitsas: Stuck with Trump Top conservative calls for 'less trash talk' from Trump GOP fears next Trump blowup MORE (R-Texas), to prevent funds from being used to enforce a ban on coal to liquid alternative fuels. Passed 250-173.

Flores, to prevent implementation of the National Oceans Policy. Passed 246-174.


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