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Passage of the en bloc amendment package was done after little debate. Amendments included en bloc were numbers 53, 59, 60, 62-97, and 103. Details on these amendments can be seen here (use the bolded numbers on the far left side).

In the hours before that vote, the House had considered roughly 50 amendments out of the 103 made in order. To finish by Thursday, the House will have to hold at least 17 votes on amendments, based on debate that took place Wednesday.

Before adjourning just before midnight, the House approved six other amendments by voice vote, from:

Dan BenishekDan BenishekRepublican groups launch final ad blitz in key House battlegrounds Tea Party class reassesses record Michigan Republican to retire MORE (R-Mich.), requiring an analysis of FDA's Food Safety Modernization Act before final regulations are enforced.

Spencer BachusSpencer BachusBusiness groups silent on Trump's Ex-Im nominee Trump picks critic of Ex-Im Bank to lead it Spencer Bachus: True leadership MORE (R-Ala.), ensuring USDA considers regulations in accordance with the Regulatory Flexibility Act to ease the impact on small businesses.

Rob WittmanRob WittmanThe Hill's Whip List: 21 GOP no votes on new ObamaCare replacement bill Congress has best opportunity in years to reform fisheries management in federal waters Overnight Defense: Top general reviewing arms treaty with Russia | Trump hits Obama after Syrian gas attack | Lawmakers fear 'ugly fallout' from short-term spending MORE (R-Va.), adding performance-based measures to the farm bill.

Rick CrawfordRick CrawfordThe Hill's Whip List: 21 GOP no votes on new ObamaCare replacement bill GOP rep: Clash between Nunes and Schiff a 'little difference of opinion' The Hill's Whip List: 36 GOP no votes on ObamaCare repeal plan MORE (R-Ark.), modifying the exemption levels of EPA's rules for above-ground oil tanks.

— Crawford (R-Ark.), prohibiting the EPA from disclosing the private information of farmers and ranchers.

Virginia FoxxVirginia FoxxAn ounce of prevention … Trump, Congress, cut these regs to make higher education great again A guide to the committees: House MORE (R-N.C.), sunsetting all discretionary programs in the bill after the expiration of the five-year authorization period.

— This story was updated at 11:57 p.m.