Peter WelchPeter WelchTrump is 'open' to ObamaCare fix, lawmakers say Democrats see ObamaCare leverage in spending fights Group pushes FDA to act on soy milk labeling petition MORE (D-Vt.), to allow for Energy Savings Performance Contracts for federal buildings.

• Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio), to prohibit funds for the Corps of Engineers to terminate any 50 year storm damage reduction project.

Don YoungDon YoungHouse Republican causes stir claiming female lawmaker 'doesn’t know a damn thing' Alaska lobbies for defense boost after North Korea launch Puerto Rico statehood bid a total failure MORE (R-Alaska), to prohibit funds for use in introducing salmon into the San Jaoquin River.

Marsha BlackburnMarsha BlackburnCorker pressed as reelection challenges mount GOP braces for Bannon primary attacks Air Force One is Trump’s new boardroom MORE (R-Tenn.), to prohibit funds for Section 1705 loan guarantees under the Energy Policy Act.

Sheila Jackson LeeSheila Jackson-LeeHouse Judiciary Dems want panel to review gun silencer bill Trump could ask Congress for billions in hurricane relief next week Texas rep: Trump needs to declare federal disaster area for Harvey MORE (D-Texas), prohibiting funds for Department of Energy Programs - Science in contravention of the Department of Energy Organization Act.

• Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo.), prohibiting funds for Department of Energy Programs- Science in contravention of the Department of Energy Organization Act, to prohibit funds for an environmental study of the Missouri River.

• Chip Cravaack (R-Minn.), prohibits funds to expand authorized use of the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund.

• Andy Harris (R-Md.), prohibits funds for international projects under the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy account, to prohibit funding for overseas "sustainable cities."

• Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), to prohibit funds from being used to lease or purchase light duty vehicles not in compliance with the Presidential memorandum on alternative fuel vehicles.

• Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), prohibit new loan guarantees by the Department of Energy for renewable energy systems, electric power transmission systems, or leading edge biofuel projects.

Sam GravesSam GravesGOP signals infrastructure bill must wait House Republicans work to torpedo Trump’s air traffic control plan White House works to sell House Republicans on Trump’s air traffic control plan MORE (R-Mo.), to limit funds spent for the Missouri River Recovery Program to $50 million.

• Jeff Landry (R-La.), to prohibit funds from being used by the Army Corps of Engineers in Louisiana to implement or enforce the mitigation methodology referred to as the "Modified Charleston Method."

• Landry, to defund a media campaign on green technology.

Mo BrooksMo BrooksAlabama Rep. Mo Brooks endorses Moore for Senate How Republicans split on the Harvey aid, fiscal deal House defeats conservative effort to defund Amtrak MORE (R-Ala.), to prohibit funds from being used by the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy for unallowable costs related to advertising or promoting the sale of products or services, or for unallowable expenditures related to raising capital in contravention of current regulations.

David SchweikertDavid SchweikertFreedom Caucus backs three debt ceiling options Bipartisan lawmakers give blood in honor of Scalise GOP senators pleased with Ivanka Trump meeting on family leave, child tax credits MORE (R-Ariz.), to block funds used to enforce federal regulations related to showerheads.

• Fortenberry, to block funds to finalize a proposed rule on energy conservation standards for battery chargers.

Bill FloresBill FloresOvernight Regulation: GOP takes aim at Endangered Species Act | DOJ expands asset seizures | FCC chief denies Trump interfered on Time Warner merger | Panel votes to ease driverless car regs House votes to streamline pipeline reviews Questions grow over Kushner’s security clearances MORE (R-Texas), to prohibit funds to enforce the ban on the use of certain fuels by federal agencies.

The House rejected the following amendments:

• Steve Pearce (R-N.M.), to move $88.9 million from the Office of Administration to Defense Environmental Cleanup. Rejected voice vote.

• Jackson Lee, to transfer $52 million from the National Nuclear Security Administration - Weapons Activities to the Corps of Engineers Civil Department of the Army-Operations and Maintenance. Point of order raised.