As of late Sunday, the House did not appear to have plans to vote on any of the three bills to extend U.S. farm programs, or a bill to fund Hurricane Sandy relief.
Suspension bills up in the House, not counting those that name post offices or other buildings, follow here:
S. 3454, the Intelligence Authorization Act for fiscal 2013.
H.R. 443, conveying land from the U.S. to the Maniilaq Association Indian tribe in Alaska.
H.R. 2076, the Investigative Assistance for Violent Crimes Act, allowing federal law enforcement agencies to assist states and localities in the investigation of mass shootings in public buildings.
H.R. 6019, the Juvenile Accountability Block Grant Reauthorization Act.
S. 3666, amending the Animal Welfare Act to exempt owners of animals used as extras in movies and television from submitting paperwork showing that they are caring for their animals.
H.R. 6364, the Frank Buckles World War I Memorial Act, establishing a commission to plan World War I commemoration activities.
H.R. 6649, the Naval Vessel Transfer Act, authorizing the government to transfer certain naval vessels on a grant basis under the Foreign Assistance Act.
H.Con.Res. 145, condemning the recent North Korea missile launch.
H.Res. 134, condemning Iran for the persecution of its Baha'i minority population.
H.Res. 834, urging European countries to designate Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
H.Res. 193, calling on Egypt to honor the rule of law and return Noor and Ramsay Bower to the United States.
The House may also vote on suspension bills debated on Sunday. They are:
H.R. 6328 — the Clothe a Homeless Hero Act, requiring the Transportation Security Administration to donate unclaimed clothing at airports to homeless veterans.
H.R. 4212 — the Drywall Safety Act, establishing safety standards for domestic and imported drywall.
S. 3472 — the Uninterrupted Scholars Act, expanding access to educational records of foster children to child welfare groups and other entities.
H.R. 6029 — the Foreign and Economic Espionage Penalty Enhancement Act, increasing penalties for economic espionage.
H.R. 6621 — correcting the Leahy-Smith America Invents patent reform law.
S. 3331 — the Intercountry Adoption Universal Accreditation Act, amending a 2000 law to expand accreditation standards to cover all international adoptions.
S. 2318 — the Department of State Rewards Program Update and Technical Corrections Act, authorizing the State Department to offer rewards for information leading to the arrest of international criminals.
S.J.Res. 44 — the Management Assistance Memorandum of Understanding, giving consent to an agreement between several states and Canadian provinces on the provision of emergency management assistance.