Kline's language includes an oversight requirement aimed at ensuring that the DOD is properly screening people trying to join the military.

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Kline's amendment was added to H.R. 2397, the 2014 Defense Department spending bill, which the House is expected to approve sometime this week. During Tuesday's consideration of the bill, members approved several amendments by voice vote aimed at boosting the health of armed forces members, including language boosting funding for post-traumatic stress disorder and prostate cancer.

As of 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, members had disposed of amendments from:

— Tim Walberg (R-Mich.), increasing funding for the Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force-Crisis Response by $10 million, offset with a cut to DOD operations and maintenance. Passed in voice vote.

— John Delaney (D-Md.), increasing the Fisher House Account by $16 million, offset with a cut to DOD operations and maintenance. The Fisher House program provides free housing to the families so they can be near veteran family members in hospitals. Passed in voice vote.

Alan GraysonAlan GraysonThe Hill's 12:30 Report Why Republicans took aim at an ethics watchdog Could bipartisanship rise with Trump government? MORE (D-Fla.), increasing the Defense Health Program Account by $10 million to fund a cure for Gulf War Illness. Passed in voice vote.

— Steve Israel (D-N.Y.), increasing the Defense Human Resources Activity account by $10 million to help fund mental health research, offset by cuts to DOD operations. Passed in voice vote.

— Jim Langevin (D-R.I.), boosting funding for the Cyber Security Advanced Research by $5 million, offset by an operations cut. Not offered

— Langevin, adding $22 million to promote undersea technologies at the Navy, offset by an operations cut. Rejected in voice vote.

Sheila Jackson LeeSheila Jackson-LeeDem calls for House inquiry into foreign payments to Trump hotel OPINION: It wasn’t Watergate, but Comey hearing could be Trump's Waterloo Donald Trump's plan to disenfranchise minority voters MORE (D-Texas), increasing funding to cope with post-traumatic stress disorder by $500,000, offset by a cut to the Army's environment restoration program. Passed in voice vote.

— Jackson Lee, reducing funding for defense-wide procurement by $1 million and moving it to the spending reduction account. Withdrawn.

— Jackson Lee, reducing funding for defense-wide procurement by $2 million and moving it to the spending reduction account. Withdrawn.

— Jackson Lee, increasing the Defense Health program by $10 million, offset by a reduction in the Defense procurement account. Passed in voice vote.

The House also approved two sets of amendments en bloc. The first included amendments from:

Derek KilmerDerek KilmerHouse Dems: Administration ignoring hundreds of oversight requests Time to fix our national parks Democrats press OPM on cyber hiring MORE (D-Wash.), directing funds to run a study on how the DOD handles data errors related to service members in the Defense Manpower Data Center.

— Elizabeth Esty (D-Conn.), adding $10 million to the Defense Health Program for suicide prevention awareness and outreach in the Overseas Contingency Account, offset by cutting the Afghan Security Forces Fund.

— Pete Sessions (R-Texas), boosting the Defense Health Program by $10 million to create a pilot program on traumatic brain injury, offset by operations cuts.

Jim BridenstineJim BridenstineLawmakers sound alarm on space security The Hill's Whip List: 36 GOP no votes on ObamaCare repeal plan A guide to the committees: House MORE (R-Okla.), increasing the National Guard State Partnership Program by $10 million and offsetting with operations cuts.

David McKinleyDavid McKinleyDems plot recess offensive on ObamaCare Overnight Energy: Democrats take on key Trump Interior nominee Manchin gets a GOP challenger MORE (R-W.Va.), increasing a youth challenge program by $10 million and cutting operations.

Karen BassKaren BassEthiopia at tipping point as Congress mulls human rights bill Technology's role in human trafficking cannot be ignored Dem rips Trump's claim of historically unfair treatment MORE (D-Calif.), increasing funding to combat illicit poaching and trafficking of animal products by $3 million, offsetting with operations cuts.

— Nydia Velázquez (D-N.Y.), increasing the Defense Health Program by $5 million to reduce military hazing and suicides.

— Grayson, increasing the Defense Health Program by $10 million to boost prostate cancer research.

— Esty, adding $5 million in funding for support services like the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program for members of the National Guard and Reserve, offset by an operations cut.

The second en bloc group included Kline's language on sex offenders, as well as amendments from:

— Alan Lowenthal (D-Calf.), increasing funding for the STARBASE Youth Program by $5 million, to promote science and engineering studies, and cutting the same amount from DOD maintenance.

Tim GriffinTim GriffinFlynn discloses lobbying that may have helped Turkey Tea Party class reassesses record Huckabee's daughter to run '16 campaign MORE (R-Ark.), prohibiting the use of funds to modify or cancel the C-130 modernization program.

— Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), prohibiting the use of funds to remove any part of the Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial in San Diego.

— Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), prohibiting the use of funds for reducing force structure at Lajes Field in Portugal.

— Jon Runyan (R-N.J.), prohibiting funding for unapproved foreign carrier flights.

Cheri BustosCheri BustosLawmakers send well-wishes to Scalise on Twitter Dem lawmaker: Time for new generation of leadership Members jam with Wynonna Judd, Keith Urban at Grammys on the Hill MORE (D-Ill.), prohibiting the DOD from buying American flags not made in the United States.

— Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), requiring all vehicles bought by the DOD to meet President Obama's fuel efficiency standards.

— Grayson (D-Fla.), blocking DOD contracts with contractors convicted of crimes against the government, such as fraud.

— Grayson, prohibiting the use of funds to engage in torture or conspiracy to commit torture.

— Grayson, prohibiting funding for the addition of flag or general officers above current levels.

— Frank LoBiondo (R-N.J.), prohibiting the DOD from funding aviation demonstration teams performing outside the United States.