• Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.), to require the secretary of Transportation to submit a report to Congress estimating the number of jobs, the fatalities and injuries and the cost to the economy caused by the new emission standards for vehicles manufactured after 2017. The amendment would also require that the secretary be prohibited from consulting with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the California Air Resources Board to complete the report. Passed 242-168.

David McKinleyDavid Bennett McKinleyOvernight Health Care: Drug exec apologizes for large opioid shipments | Schumer vows to be 'relentless' in tying GOP to premium hikes | House panel advances VA reform bill Distributor executive apologizes for large opioid shipments The costs of carbon taxes are real — and crippling MORE (R-W.Va.), to bar the EPA from retroactively vetoing discharge permits issued under the Clean Water Act. Passed 247-163.

• Rep. Jeff FlakeJeffrey (Jeff) Lane FlakeMcSally takes hard line on immigration in Arizona primary Flake threatens to limit Trump court nominees: report Poll: McSally holds 14-point lead in Arizona GOP Senate primary MORE (R-Ariz.), to give power to the states to revoke any existing federal implementation plan (FIP) with regard to the regulation of visibility (air pollutants that cause or contribute to the impairment of visibility). In revoking the FIP, the state must propose a state implementation plan (SIP) to regulate visibility within two years. The amendment would also give the states a minimum of five years to become compliant with federal standards if they choose to accept the FIP, allowing businesses time to plan for the changes. Passed 228-183.

• Rep.  Paul GosarPaul Anthony GosarOvernight Energy: Spending bill targets Pruitt | Ryan not paying 'close attention' to Pruitt controversies | Yellowstone park chief learned of dismissal through press release GOP offshore drilling proposal triggers debate Republican moves on Arizona coal plant show they don’t believe their own rhetoric MORE (R-Ariz.), to limit the authority of the EPA to issue federal implementation plans for the Navajo Generating Station, located near Page, Ariz. Passed 226-181.

Amendments that were rejected were from:

• Rep. Edward MarkeyEdward (Ed) John MarkeyDemocrats protest Trump's immigration policy from Senate floor Dems press EPA nominees on ethics, climate Lawmakers prep for coming wave of self-driving cars MORE (D-Mass.), to allow the secretary of the Interior to promulgate rules under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act, if the "rule would reduce the prevalence of pulmonary diseases, lung cancer, cardiovascular disease or reduce the prevalence of birth defects or reproductive problems in pregnant women or children." Failed 174-229.

• Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.), to strike the language that would repeal EPA's scientific finding that carbon pollution endangers the public health and welfare. Failed 178-229.

• Markey, to allow the EPA to issue regulations under the Clean Air Act if it is determined that such regulations would reduce U.S. demand for oil. Failed 164-246.

• Rep. Sheila Jackson LeeSheila Jackson LeeLive coverage: Justice IG testifies before House on report criticizing FBI Merkley leads Dem lawmakers to border amid migrant policy outcry This week: House GOP regroups after farm bill failure MORE (D-Texas), to eliminate the bill's permit streamlining provisions regarding the Clean Water Act. Failed 164-247.

• Markey, to create a federal renewable electricity and energy efficiency standard. Failed 160-250.

• Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.), to require EPA and the Department of Transportation to submit a report to Congress within six months on the health, environmental and public-health impacts of fugitive coal dust. Failed 168-243.