McClintock earlier in the day said the amendment would ensure the government stops throwing money at various programs in an attempt to pick winners and losers, and also noted that many of these subsidies fund projects that private money does not see as viable.

Rep. Ed MarkeyEdward (Ed) John MarkeyMoulton drops out of presidential race after struggling to gain traction Joseph Kennedy mulling primary challenge to Markey in Massachusetts Overnight Energy: Trump sparks new fight over endangered species protections | States sue over repeal of Obama power plant rules | Interior changes rules for ethics watchdogs MORE (D-Mass.) argued that Republicans were funding oil, coal and gas programs, but were looking to kill off funding for alternative energy programs. Markey has an amendment to move $100 million in funds from the former group to the latter group, which is expected to come up for a vote on Tuesday.

Members took up a handful of other amendments in roll call votes Monday evening, and accepted three Republican amendments while rejecting one Democratic proposal:

John Tierney (D-Mass.), restore funding to the Army Corps of Engineers. Failed in 162-246 vote.

Sam GravesSamuel (Sam) Bruce GravesRepublicans spend more than million at Trump properties Acting FAA chief defends agency's Boeing 737 Max safety certification Thirty-four GOP members buck Trump on disaster bill MORE (R-Mo.), increase funding for levy repairs along the Missouri River. Accepted in 216-190 vote.

Steve Scalise (R-La.), increase funding for dredging the Mississippi by $6.8 million. Accepted in 241-168 vote.

Rob WoodallWilliam (Rob) Robert WoodallHouse Democrats target 2020 GOP incumbents in new ad The House Republicans and Democrats not seeking reelection in 2020 House GOP fears retirement wave will lead to tsunami MORE (R-Ga.), cut $5 million in spending for global warming planning at the Army Corps of Engineers. Accepted in 218-191 vote.

After voting, members continued consideration of amendments to the bill.