The other bill debated but not voted on is H.R. 1775, the Stolen Valor Act. This bill would reinstate a law struck down by the Supreme Court that made it a crime to lie about military service. The new bill would more specifically make it a crime to benefit from lying about military service.

Otherwise, the House approved the following bills by voice vote Thursday afternoon:

H.R. 4305, the Child and Elderly Missing Alert Program;

H.R. 2800, to amend the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 to reauthorize the Missing Alzheimer's Disease Patient Alert Program;

H.R. 6185, the Local Courthouse Safety Act;

H.R. 6215, to amend the Trademark Act of 1946 to correct an error in the provisions relating to remedies for dilution;

H.R. 6189, to eliminate unnecessary reporting requirements for unfunded programs under the Office of Justice Programs; and

H.R. 6080, to make improvements in the enactment of title 41, United States Code, into a positive law title and to improve the code.