The Senate passed a bill Wednesday that aims to improve sunscreen protection. 

Sen. Jack ReedJohn (Jack) Francis ReedRepublicans fear backlash over Trump's threatened veto on Confederate names Senate Dems request briefing on Russian bounty wire transfers Overnight Defense: Democrats blast Trump handling of Russian bounty intel | Pentagon leaders set for House hearing July 9 | Trump moves forward with plan for Germany drawdown MORE (D-R.I.) introduced S. 2141, the Sunscreen Innovation Act, which would require the Department of Health and Human Services to establish a process for the review and approve over-the-counter (OTC) sunscreens.

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The Senate passed the measure through a unanimous consent agreement and it now heads to the House for further action.

The Senate passed H.R. 4751, which renames the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial as the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial. The House passed the bill earlier this month, meaning it now heads to President Obama’s desk for his signature before becoming law. 

H.R. 4809 was also passed through a unanimous consent agreement. It reauthorizes provisions of the Defense Production Act of 1950 through fiscal year 2019 so that the president can prepare for national defense, military conflicts, disasters, or acts of terrorism. The House passed the bill in July so it now heads to Obama’s desk.

The Senate also passed Sen. Tom CoburnThomas (Tom) Allen CoburnCongress must protect federal watchdogs Tom Coburn's annual gift to taxpayers Joe Biden still doesn't have a campaign theme MORE’s (R-Okla.) DHS OIG Mandates Revision Act, S. 2651. That bill heads to the House.