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Boxer got unanimous consent from the Senate to pass 20 minor amendments to the bill and agreed to hold nine additional amendment votes before final passage. 

Republicans objected to allowing an amendment from Sen. Mary LandrieuMary LandrieuCNN producer on new O'Keefe video: Voters are 'stupid,' Trump is 'crazy' CNN's Van Jones: O'Keefe Russia 'nothingburger' video 'a hoax' Trump posts O'Keefe videos on Instagram MORE (D-La.) that would have delayed an increase in the federal flood insurance rates for five years. She said GOP members would regret that decision since rates will rise up to 20 percent for people in their states as well.

Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioScarborough: Trump has chosen the 'wrong side' THE MEMO: Trump reignites race firestorm RNC spokeswoman: GOP stands behind Trump's message 'of love and inclusiveness' MORE (R-Fla.) also tried to add an amendment to the bill that would have criminalized IRS employees from targeting organizations based on politics, but Boxer objected saying that important issue should be dealt with more quickly since the WRDA bill might be delayed in the House.

The Senate will start voting on the final nine amendments at 5 p.m. on Tuesday and final passage will likley happen Wednesday.

The following amendments were passed en bloc:

- Max BaucusMax BaucusTrump has yet to travel west as president Healthcare profiles in courage and cowardice OPINION | On Trump-Russia probe, don’t underestimate Sen. Chuck Grassley MORE (D-Mont.), relating to weather mitigation in the northern Rocky Mountains (#847)

- 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.), requiring the Secretary of the Army to adopt a Louisiana coastal plan. (#899)

- James InhofeJames InhofeWasting America’s nuclear opportunity McCain absence adds to GOP agenda’s uncertainty GOP signals infrastructure bill must wait MORE (R-Okla.), authorizing the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma to construct hydroelectric facilities. (#895)

- Roger WickerRoger WickerBillboard ads target Republicans who want to roll back net neutrality GOP senator compares ObamaCare repeal effort to 'Dunkirk' GOP senators ask Trump to hold off on Venezuelan oil sanctions MORE (R-Miss.), including a sense of Congress on renaming a dam in waterway shared by four states. (#894)

- Inhofe, authorizing the government to accept and spend non-federal funds to repair waterways. (#867)

- John BoozmanJohn Nichols BoozmanGOP senator undergoing follow-up surgery next week An unlikely home in DC Lobbying World MORE (R-Ark.), requiring the government to budget for non-federal repairs to waterways. (#872)

- John ThuneJohn ThuneWaymo taps Senate Commerce staffer for government affairs team Billboard ads target Republicans who want to roll back net neutrality GOP debates tax cuts vs. tax reform MORE (R-S.D.), authorize work to repair erosion in the Upper Missouri River. (#912)

- John CornynJohn CornynImmigration battlefield widens for Trump, GOP Congressional investigations — not just special counsels — strengthen our democracy Wrath of right falls on Google MORE (R-Texas), removing flood protection authorization for the east fork of the Trinity River in Texas. (#880)

- Lisa MurkowskiLisa MurkowskiFeds to sell 14 million barrels from oil reserve Immigration battlefield widens for Trump, GOP Trump barrage stuns McConnell and his allies MORE (R-Alaska), declaring areas in Seward Harbor, Alaska as non-navigable waters. (#904)

- Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharTrump quietly putting his stamp on the courts CNN's Zeleny: Leaderless Democrats 'in complete disrepair and disarray' Lacking White House plan, Senate focuses on infrastructure MORE (D-Minn.), allowing closure of the Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam if its effects are minimal on Minnesota. (#884)

- Ron WydenRon WydenTrump's Democratic tax dilemma Senate Dems push Trump admin to protect nursing home residents' right to sue Overnight Finance: Trump-Russia probe reportedly expands to possible financial crimes | Cruel September looms for GOP | Senate clears financial nominees | Mulvaney reverses on debt ceiling MORE (D-Ore.), giving funding priority to deep draft ports. (#870)

- Thad CochranWilliam (Thad) Thad CochranGOP senators ask Trump to hold off on Venezuelan oil sanctions Both sides of the aisle agree — telemedicine is the future Overnight Finance: GOP offers measure to repeal arbitration rule | Feds fine Exxon M for Russian sanctions violations | Senate panel sticks with 2017 funding levels for budget | Trump tax nominee advances | Trump unveils first reg agenda MORE (R-Miss), giving credit to a non-federal interest for construction costs that are part of a federally authorized project. (#911)

- Tom CarperThomas (Tom) Richard CarperSenators push for possible FCC enforcement over Lifeline fraud Lacking White House plan, Senate focuses on infrastructure Governors-turned-senators meet to talk healthcare MORE (D-Del.), authorizing the allocation of fund to the Susquehanna, Delaware, Potomac River Basins. (#882)

- Murkowski, allowing the government to provide technical assistance to states for port development. (#903)

- Richard DurbinDick DurbinOPINION | DACA helps people achieve the American dream, don't take it away Immigration battlefield widens for Trump, GOP 'Dreamers' deadline looms for Trump MORE (D-Ill.), requiring a study on flooding and drought management in the greater Mississippi River basin. (#906)

- Carl LevinCarl LevinPresident Trump, listen to candidate Trump and keep Volcker Rule Republicans can learn from John McCain’s heroism Trump and GOP wise to keep tax reform and infrastructure separate MORE (D-Mich.), stating it is U.S. policy to use the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund for the upkeep of these ports. (#893)

- Susan CollinsSusan CollinsOPINION: Congress should censure Trump for his unfit conduct No. 2 Senate Republican backs McConnell in Trump fight The fight to protect the Affordable Care Act isn’t over MORE (R-Maine), authorizing the government to re-open the Cape Arundel Disposal Site for dredged material. (#898)

- Ben CardinBenjamin (Ben) Louis CardinCongress should think twice on the Israel Anti-Boycott Act Don’t let Congress amend the First Amendment Federal anti-BDS legislation – Common sense and constitutional MORE (D-Md.), technical/clarifying (#861)

- Sherrod BrownSherrod Campbell BrownOvernight Finance: House passes spending bill with border wall funds | Ryan drops border tax idea | Russia sanctions bill goes to Trump's desk | Dems grill bank regulator picks Dems grill Trump bank regulator nominees Senate Dems launch talkathon ahead of ObamaCare repeal vote MORE (D-Ohio), requiring water resource projects to be carried out in a way that helps U.S. economic development. (#907)

- Wyden, requiring a study of the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund. (#896)