In a series of quick debates and voice votes, the House approved four non-controversial land use bills on Tuesday afternoon. They are:

— H.R. 2640, the Central Oregon Jobs and Water Security Act, adjusting the border of a river in Oregon to allowing the building of a hydropower facility.

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— H.R. 623, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Land Transfer Act, conveying land in Alaska to the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.

— H.R. 330, the Distinguished Flying Cross National Memorial Act, designating a Flying Cross memorial in California.

— H.R. 2337, the Lake Hill Administrative Site Affordable Housing Act, conveying federal land in a county in Colorado to build housing.