Rep. John GaramendiJohn Raymond GaramendiThis week: Congress returns to chaotic Washington Trump labels Tlaib 'a despicable human being' Tlaib says Democrats have discussed detaining White House officials who don't testify MORE (D-Calif.) proposed the biggest cut — he offered language to completely gut the $2.615 billion in funding for the Afghanistan Security Forces Fund, and said this money is being offered without any clear plan.

Garamendi noted that the U.S. is spending $5 billion on this fund in 2013, and said it should be zeroed out completely. But the House disagreed and voted down his amendment 150-276.

ADVERTISEMENT

The House also voted down language from Rep. David Cicilline to cut the Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund by $200 million, in a 184-237 vote.

However, the House did accept a proposal from Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) to cut the infrastructure fund by $140 million, in a 249-173 vote.

It also accepted language from Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) to cut the Afghanistan Security Forces Fund by $553.8 million, in order to end the contract with the Russian company Rosoboronexport. This amendment passed 346-79.

Members considered several other amendments to the bill on Tuesday evening, from:

Scott RigellEdward (Scott) Scott RigellGOP rushes to embrace Trump GOP lawmaker appears in Gary Johnson ad Some in GOP say Trump has gone too far MORE (R-Va.), prohibiting funds in the Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund to be used to start new projects. Passed 332-94.

— Steve Scalise (R-La.), prohibiting DOD from entering into new contracts for the procurement or production of non-petroleum based fuel. Passed in voice vote.

— Lee Terry (R-Neb.), prohibiting DOD from spending funds to enforce a section of the Energy Independent and Security Act. Withdrawn.

Rob WittmanRobert (Rob) Joseph WittmanOvernight Defense: Top general briefs GOP senators on Syria plan | Senators 'encouraged' by briefing | Pence huddles with Republican allies on Syria | Trump nominee sidesteps questions on arms treaties Virginia Port: Gateway to the economic growth Republican lawmakers ask Trump not to delay Pentagon cloud-computing contract MORE (R-Va.), prohibiting funds from being used to propose, plan or execute another Base Realignment and Closure round. Rejected in voice vote.

Paul BrounPaul Collins BrounJoe Lieberman's son running for Senate in Georgia California lawmaker's chief of staff resigns after indictment Republican candidates run against ghost of John Boehner MORE (R-Ga.), prohibiting DOD from spending money to propose, plan or execute new BRAC rounds. Withdrawn.

Bill FloresWilliam (Bill) Hose FloresDemocrats push to end confidentiality for oil companies that don't add ethanol The Hill's Campaign Report: Warren, Sanders overtake Biden in third-quarter fundraising The Hill's Morning Report — Trump broadens call for Biden probes MORE (R-Texas), prohibiting funds from being used to enforce the selective fuel bans under the Energy Independent and Security Act. Passed 237-189.

— Tom Cole (R-Okla.), prohibiting spending on implementing a furlough of DOD workers who are paid from the Working Capital Fund Account, a revolving fund that does not get direct funding from Congress. Accepted in voice vote.

— Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.), prohibiting funds from being used to train the Afghan Special Mission Wing to operate Mi-17 helicopters made by Russia's state arms dealer. Passed 333-93.

— Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), reducing funding by 1 percent overall, except the Defense Health Program and Military Personnel Accounts. Failed 109-317.

— Mike Quigley (D-Ill.), limiting funds made available in the bill to operate no more than 300 land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles. Failed 142-283.

— Jeff Denham (R-Calif.), prohibiting funds to implement the Trans Regional Web Initiative. Failed 185-238.

Ted PoeLloyd (Ted) Theodore PoeSenate Dem to reintroduce bill with new name after 'My Little Pony' confusion Texas New Members 2019 Cook shifts two House GOP seats closer to Dem column MORE (R-Texas), eliminating the waiver conditions on aid to Pakistan. Withdrawn.

Three other amendments were passed together en bloc, in a voice vote, from:

— Cicilline, cutting the Afghan Security Forces Fund by $60 million to increase Defense Health Programs by $14 million.

— Patrick Murphy (D-Fla.), prohibiting the use of funds to maintain facilities that DOD lists as being completely unused.

— Paul Broun (R-Ga.), prohibiting DOD from using funds to operate an unmanned aerial system in contravention of the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.