Schiff's language would increase ARPA-E funding by $20 million, and would take that funding by reducing Department of Energy (DOE) administration funds by the same amount.

In another voice vote, the House accepted language from Rep. Tom Reed (R-N.Y.) to increase the non-defense environmental cleanup fund in the bill by $19 million, paid for by cutting the administrative budget.

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Passage of those amendments meant many other related amendments to boost ARPA-E funding, or increase funding for science or renewable energy programs, were destined to be rejected.

The House also rejected three GOP amendments aimed at cutting speeding beyond the cuts already in the bill. Rep. Tom McClintock (R-Calif.) proposed eliminating the entire renewable energy development program at DOE in order to save $1.5 billion, but his language was turned away in a 115-300 vote — 115 Republicans supported it, more than the 109 Republicans who opposed it.

Another, from Rep. Paul BrounPaul Collins BrounCalifornia lawmaker's chief of staff resigns after indictment Republican candidates run against ghost of John Boehner The Trail 2016: Let’s have another debate! MORE (R-Ga.), would have cut $4.7 million from the renewable energy program and moved it to the deficit reduction account, to reduce a House-approved increase in that account. The House killed this in a 158-256 vote. Broun had another proposal to cut $9.5 million in DOE salaries, and this was defeated by voice.

Other amendments that either failed in a voice vote or were disposed of in other ways were from:

— Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.), adding $50 million to solar energy programs and deducting the same amount from the National Nuclear Security Administration. Failed 168-241.

— Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), moving $1 million to the Department of Energy's energy efficiency program from the department's administrative funds. Failed 201-213.

— Scott Peters (D-Calif.), moving $10 million to the renewable energy program and reducing the administration account by the same amount. Failed 191-223.

— Ed Perlmutter (D-Colo.), increasing the renewable energy program by $15 million and cutting weapons activities. Failed 177-238.

Gerry ConnollyGerald (Gerry) Edward ConnollyDemocrat accuses GOP of opposing DC statehood because of 'race and partisanship' History in the House: Congress weathers unprecedented week Democrat grills DHS chief over viral image of drowned migrant and child MORE (D-Va.), increasing the renewable energy program by $15.5 million and cutting weapons activities. Failed 174-242.

— Paul Tonko (D-N.Y.), increasing the renewable energy fund by $145 million by cutting nuclear and fossil energy programs and weapons activities. Killed in a point of order.

— Mark Takano (D-Calif.), increasing funding for the vehicles technology program under the renewable energy program by $20 million, by reducing weapons activities. Failed 164-252.

— Takano, increasing the renewable energy account by $40 million for weatherization assistance, by reducing weapons activities. Failed 166-250.

— Joe Heck (R-Nev.), cutting funding for maintaining the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site by $25 million. Failed 81-335.

Julia BrownleyJulia Andrews BrownleyKatherine Clark quietly eyes leadership ascent California Democrats unveil redistricting reform bill after Supreme Court partisan gerrymandering ruling WHIP LIST: The 132 House Democrats backing an impeachment inquiry MORE (D-Calif.), adding $5 million to the non-defense environmental cleanup fund by taking the same amount from the nuclear energy program. Killed in a point of order.

G.K. ButterfieldGeorge (G.K.) Kenneth ButterfieldTwo former Congressional Black Caucus chairmen back Biden House Democrats blur lines on support for impeachment Democrats call for increased security after 'send her back' chants MORE (D-N.C.), reducing fossil energy research and weapons activities by $127 million and increasing the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy program. Failed 150-266.

Bill FosterGeorge (Bill) William FosterEPA head dodges questions about environmental action against San Francisco House Democrats blur lines on support for impeachment The Hill's Morning Report - Dem lawmakers put guns, hate groups on fall agenda MORE (D-Ill.), boosting science funding by $500 million and cutting weapons activities. Failed 143-273.