Other amendments disposed of in the last round of amendment voting were from:
— John Culberson (R-Texas), giving states the right to accept or reject federal money, and using non-accepted money to reduce the national debt. Passed 227-196.
— Sheila Jackson LeeSheila Jackson-LeeDemocrats vote to overhaul superdelegate system Dems vote down push to abolish superdelegates Dem posts photo of racially diverse interns after Ryan selfie controversy MORE (D-Texas), requiring a report offering recommendations on the advisability of closing schools over the opposition of locally elected school boards. Failed 186-237.
— George Miller (D-Calif.), containing a Democratic substitute that includes language ensuring that states spend minimum funding on at-risk students, and maintains some federal control over state education policy in the area of civil rights and equity and school accountability. Failed 193-233.