During debate, Rep. Karen BassKaren BassIndependent investigation into Russian interference needed Black Dems tell Trump: ‘We have a lot to lose’ A guide to the committees: House MORE (D-Calif.) said the bill makes very technical revisions to this portion of the Code, including replacing an abbreviated table of contents, updating chapter headings, and other technical corrections.

The House also passed H.R. 1068 in a 409-0 vote. This bill would update the portion of the U.S. Code dealing with the National Park System.

Specifically, it takes portions of U.S. law dealing with the management of the National Park System that are spread throughout title 16 of U.S. code, and puts them all into one place within title 16. It also restates the Park Service provisions as a new "positive law title" in the U.S. code.

During debate, Rep. Bob GoodlatteBob GoodlatteWeek ahead: Senate takes aim at Obama-era 'blacklisting' rule House panel blocks Dem effort on Trump's potential business conflicts House panel to hold hearing on foreign surveillance law MORE (R-Va.) said these changes would make it less cumbersome to use the code, and Bass said the bill otherwise makes no substantive changes to current law.