Amendments due for votes, likely on Tuesday, are as follows:

A Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) amendment to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to terminate certain energy tax subsidies and lower corporate income tax rate. Subject to an affirmative 60-vote threshold.

A Sen. Robert MenendezRobert MenendezThe Mideast-focused Senate letter we need to see Taiwan deserves to participate in United Nations The way forward on the Iran nuclear deal under President Trump MORE (D-N.J.) amendment to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to modify certain tax credits relating to energy, and for other purposes. Subject to an affirmative 60-vote threshold.

A Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) amendment to return to the individual states maximum discretionary authority and fiscal responsibility for all elements of the national surface transportation systems that are not within the direct purview of the federal government. 

A Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) amendment to remove privatized highways from consideration in apportioning highway funding among states.

A Sen. Dan CoatsDan CoatsOvernight Cybersecurity: Takeaways from today's Russia hearings | More links between 'Wanna Cry' and North Korea | Wikimedia scores win in NSA lawsuit Overnight Defense: Trump budget gets thumbs down from hawks | UK raises threat level after Manchester attack | Paul to force vote on 0B Saudi arms deal Five takeaways from a busy day of Russia hearings MORE (R-Ind.) amendment to modify the apportionment formula to ensure that the percentage of apportioned funds received by a state is the same as the percentage of total gas taxes paid by the state.

A Sen. Sherrod BrownSherrod BrownOvernight Finance: Trump moves to begin NAFTA talks | Dems press Treasury chief on taxes, Dodd-Frank | Biz leaders want tax changes to be permanent Mnuchin mum as Dems press for answers on tax reform, Dodd-Frank Sherrod Brown looks to defy Trump trend in Ohio MORE (D-Ohio) amendment to close a loophole in current law, which has allowed public infrastructure projects to be outsourced, to standardize the process by which the secretary of Transportation responds to requests for waivers to applicable Buy American provisions, and to require the secretary to report annually to Congress regarding such waivers. 

A Sen. Roy BluntRoy BluntSenators unveil infrastructure investment bill GOP nears total exasperation with Trump GOP senators pitch Merrick Garland for FBI director MORE (R-Mo.) amendment to modify the section relating to off-system bridges.

A Sen. Jeff MerkleyJeff MerkleyRussia probes in limbo after special prosecutor announcement Special counsel appointment gets bipartisan praise Lawmakers unveil bill to combat Sessions' push for tougher sentences MORE (D-Ore.) amendment to provide exemptions from requirements for certain farm vehicles.

A Sen. Rob PortmanRob PortmanGOP senators bristle at Trump's Medicaid cuts Overnight Energy: Trump budget takes flak over oil provisions GOP senators knock Trump's budget proposal MORE (R-Ohio) amendment to free states to spend gas taxes on their transportation priorities. 

A Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharBiden fuels 2020 speculation Week ahead: Tech awaits Trump budget Potential 2020 Dems look beyond Trump MORE (D-Minn.) amendment to amend the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999 to provide clarification regarding the applicability of exemptions relating to the transportation of agricultural commodities and farm supplies, and for other purposes. 

A Sen. Bob CorkerBob CorkerOvernight Tech: FCC won't fine Colbert over Trump joke | Trump budget slashes science funding | Net neutrality comment period opens Clinton administration official knocks 'soap opera' of Trump White House Trump's steps on Iran show cooperation with Congress is possible MORE (R-Tenn.) amendment to lower the fiscal 2013 discretionary budget authority cap as set in the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 by $20 billion in order to offset the general-fund transfers to the Highway Trust Fund.

A Sen. Jean Shaheen (D-N.H.) amendment to increase the amount available for the operating cost of equipment and facilities for public transportation systems that operate fewer than 50 buses. 

A Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) amendment to allow states to permit non-highway uses in rest areas along any highway. 

A Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) amendment to ensure that the aggregate amount made available for transportation projects for a fiscal year does not exceed the estimated amount available for those projects in the Highway Trust Fund for the fiscal year.

A Sen. Tom CarperTom CarperWhite House looks to speed infrastructure pace Dems seek damage assessment after Trump's meeting with Russians Overnight Energy: Senate panel advances regulatory reform bills MORE (D-Del.) amendment to provide states with additional flexibility. 

A Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) amendment to prohibit the imposition of new tolls on the federal-aid system, and for other purposes.

A Sen. John McCainJohn McCainRepublicans give Trump's budget the cold shoulder Overnight Defense: Trump budget gets thumbs down from hawks | UK raises threat level after Manchester attack | Paul to force vote on 0B Saudi arms deal Five takeaways from a busy day of Russia hearings MORE (R-Ariz.) amendment to enhance the natural quiet and safety of airspace of Grand Canyon National Park and for other purposes.

A Sen. Lamar AlexanderLamar AlexanderRepublicans give Trump's budget the cold shoulder Senate GOP short on ideas for stabilizing ObamaCare markets GOP senators push Trump for DOE research funding MORE (R-Tenn.) amendment to make technical corrections to certain provisions relating to overflights of national parks. 

A Sen. Barbara BoxerBarbara BoxerTime is now to address infrastructure needs Tom Steyer testing waters for Calif. gubernatorial bid Another day, another dollar for retirement advice rip-offs MORE (D-Calif.) amendment to express the sense of the Senate that federal agencies should ensure that all applicable environmental reviews, approvals, licensing and permit requirements under federal law are completed on an expeditious basis after a disaster or emergency. 

A Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulOvernight Defense: Trump budget gets thumbs down from hawks | UK raises threat level after Manchester attack | Paul to force vote on 0B Saudi arms deal Paul plans to force vote on 0B Saudi defense deal Sheriff Clarke denies plagiarism report, calls reporter a 'sleaze bag' MORE (R-Ky.) amendment to permit emergency exemptions from compliance with certain laws for highway construction projects.

A Sen. Debbie StabenowDebbie StabenowDemocrats prod Trump Interior nominee over lobbying work McConnell promises women can take part in healthcare meetings Dems request insider trading investigation into top Trump adviser MORE (D-Mich.) amendment to prevent a tax increase on American businesses and to provide certainty to job creators by extending certain expiring tax credits relating to energy. Subject to an affirmative 60-vote threshold.

A Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellRepublicans give Trump's budget the cold shoulder Senate GOP focused on killing Medicaid expansion Hearing highlights GOP divide over border tax MORE (R-Ky.) amendment or designee, side-by-side to Stabenow. Subject to an affirmative 60-vote threshold.