[Congressional Record Index (2012)]
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MULVANEY, MICK (a Representative from South Carolina)

  Amendments
      Budget: setting forth the Federal budget for 2013-2022 (H. Con. 
        Res. 112), H1705 [28MR]
      Dept. of Defense: making appropriations (H.R. 5856), H4865 
        [12JY], H4942, H5010, H5011 [18JY], H5054, H5057 [19JY]
      Energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 5325), 
        H3467 [5JN]
      Office of the Director of National Intelligence: allow elements 
        of the intelligence community to share cyber threat 
        intelligence with private-sector cybersecurity entities (H.R. 
        3523), H2172, H2176 [26AP]
  Articles and editorials
      Prosecutor Makes the Case for Military Trials, Dina Temple-
        Raston, NPR.org (Internet site), E708 [7MY]
  Bills and resolutions cosponsored
      Abortion: prohibit certain abortion-related discrimination in 
        government activities (see H.R. 361), H571 [7FE]
      ------protect lives of born and unborn persons (see H.R. 374), 
        H726 [14FE]
      ------protect pain-capable unborn children in the District of 
        Columbia (see H.R. 3803), H641 [8FE]
      Armed Forces: provide for the continuance of pay and allowances 
        for members, including Reserve components during any period of 
        lapsed appropriations (see H.R. 6261), H5629 [1AU]
      Aviation: require certain air carriers and their agents and 
        ticket agents to disclose certain costs and fees (see H.R. 
        3867), H374 [1FE]
      Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced (see H.J. 
        Res. 102), H903 [16FE]
      ------eliminate adjustment for disaster funding (see H.R. 4386), 
        H1976 [18AP]
      ------eliminate requirement that the President submit a budget 
        to the Congress each year (see H.R. 3883), H641 [8FE]
      ------increase transparency in Federal budgeting (see H.R. 
        3581), H115 [23JA]
      ------reform the budget baseline to remove automatic increases 
        in discretionary accounts and to require a comparison to the 
        previous year's spending levels (see H.R. 3578), H79 [18JA]
      ------setting forth the Federal budget for 2012-2022 (see H. 
        Con. Res. 113), H1642 [27MR]
      Committee To Investigate and Report on the Attack on the 
        American Consulate in Benghazi, Libya (House, Select): 
        establish (see H. Res. 824), H6702 [11DE]
      Congress: approve construction, operation, and maintenance of 
        the northern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline from the 
        Canadian border to the South Dakota/Nebraska border (see H.R. 
        6164), H5130 [23JY]
      Crime: prohibit taking minors across State lines to avoid State 
        laws requiring parental notification of abortions (see H.R. 
        2299), H571 [7FE]
      Dept. of Agriculture: repeal the nutrition entitlement programs 
        and establish a food stamp block grant program (see H.R. 
        6567), H6318 [26OC]
      Dept. of HHS: exempt employers from taxes, penalties, or suits 
        for failure to offer insurance coverage for certain women's 
        preventive services on the basis of religious belief or moral 
        conviction (see H.R. 6097), H4774 [10JY]
      Dept. of Homeland Security: prohibit from granting deferred 
        action or otherwise suspending effectiveness or enforcement of 
        immigration laws (see H.R. 5957), H3916 [20JN]
      ------prohibit implementation of certain immigration policies 
        regarding the exercise of prosecutorial discretion (see H.R. 
        5953), H3732 [18JN]
      Dept. of Justice: prohibit administration or enforcement of 
        certain accessibility regulations for the disabled relative to 
        pools at public accommodations or provided by public entities 
        (see H.R. 4200), H1366 [16MR]
      Dept. of the Treasury: prohibit payment of surcharges for 
        commemorative coin programs to private organizations or 
        entities (see H.R. 6495), H6536 [29NO]
      Dept. of Veterans Affairs: assist in identification of unclaimed 
        and abandoned human remains to determine if any such remains 
        are eligible for burial in a national cemetery (see H.R. 
        2051), H1428 [20MR]
      Economy: extend tax relief for all Americans and replace defense 
        sequester with responsible spending reductions (see H.R. 
        6688), H7359 [19DE]
      Families and domestic relations: constitutional amendment on 
        parental rights (see H.J. Res. 107), H1805 [29MR]
      FDA: expedite process for requesting de novo classification of a 
        device (see H.R. 3203), H79 [18JA]
      ------prohibit use of Federal money for any media advertisement, 
        campaign, or form of publicity against the use of a food or 
        beverage that is lawfully marketed under the Federal Food, 
        Drug, and Cosmetic Act (see H.R. 3848), H2447 [8MY]
      ------provide predictability, consistency, and transparency to 
        the premarket review process (see H.R. 3209), H79 [18JA]
      ------reaffirm the Safe Medical Devices Act by requiring 
        establishment of a schedule and issuance of regulations 
        relative to device approval process (see H.R. 3208), H79 
        [18JA]
      ------strengthen ability to seek advice from external experts on 
        rare diseases, their burdens, and unmet medical needs of 
        individuals with rare diseases (see H.R. 4156), H2447 [8MY]
      Federal agencies and departments: require approval by agency 
        head for conferences costing above a certain limit (see H.R. 
        4454), H2134 [25AP]
      Federal employees: extend pay limitation for Members of Congress 
        and Federal employees (see H.R. 6726), H7565 [1JA]
      Federal Prison Industries, Inc.: require competition for 
        contracts, provide an adjustment period to phasing out 
        mandatory source status, and improve inmate access to 
        reintegration opportunities (see H.R. 3634), H4828 [11JY]
      FERC: transfer permitting approval authority over construction 
        of the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline (see H.R. 3548), H513 
        [6FE]
      Financial institutions: repeal certain debit card interchange 
        price controls and restore balance to the electronic payments 
        system (see H.R. 3156), H28 [17JA]
      Food industry: improve and clarify certain disclosure 
        requirements for restaurants, similar retail food 
        establishments, and vending machines (see H.R. 6174), H5860 
        [11SE]
      Foreign trade: improve trade promotion policies and programs 
        (see H.R. 5393), H2317 [7MY]
      ------require the collection of up-to-date information on tariff 
        and non-tariff laws, regulations, and practices of foreign 
        countries affecting U.S. exports, goods and services (see H.R. 
        5513), H2320 [7MY]
      FRS: improve functioning and transparency of the Board of 
        Governors and the Federal Open Market Committee (see H.R. 
        4180), H1304 [8MR]
      Government: prioritize obligations if the debt ceiling is 
        reached (see H.R. 2402), H5630 [1AU]
      Hazardous substances: certify that the Yucca Mountain site 
        remains the designated site for development of a repository 
        for disposal of high-level radioactive waste (see H.R. 4625), 
        H2123 [25AP]
      Health: provide for incentives to encourage health insurance 
        coverage (see H.R. 3000), H1807 [29MR]
      ------repeal mandate that employers provide health insurance for 
        employees (see H.R. 1744), H3 [6JA]
      Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act: repeal health-care 
        related provisions (see H.R. 6079), H4775 [10JY]
      House of Representatives: prohibit consideration of any 
        legislation containing an earmark (see H.R. 3707), H1498 
        [21MR]
      House Rules: prevent creation of duplicative and overlapping 
        Federal programs (see H. Res. 623), H2072 [24AP]
      Immigration: require verification of the immigration status of 
        recipients of Federal benefit programs (see H.R. 6000), H4656 
        [29JN]
      Insurance: repeal medical loss ratio requirements for health 
        insurance (see H.R. 2077), H6001 [13SE]
      Iran: condemn persecution of Baha'is and continued violation of 
        the International Covenants on Human Rights, impose sanctions 
        for such violations, and call for release of religious 
        prisoners (see H. Res. 134), H5712 [2AU]
      ------provide for a comprehensive strategy to counter growing 
        presence and hostile activity in the Western Hemisphere (see 
        H.R. 3783), H1306 [8MR]
      ------use parts of fines levied against companies that do 
        business with Iran to establish a fund to pay claims to 
        Americans held hostage in Iran and their families identified 
        in a certain court case (see H.R. 5796), H4908 [17JY]
      Israel: independence anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 115), H2034 
        [19AP]
      Labor unions: protect the free choice of individual employees 
        relative to participation in labor organizations (see H.R. 
        2810), H2033 [19AP]
      Law enforcement: limit domestic use of drones in investigating 
        regulatory and criminal offenses (see H.R. 6199), H5291 [25JY]
      Medicare: establish a payment option to freely contract, without 
        penalty, for fee-for-service items and services, while 
        allowing beneficiaries to use their benefits (see H.R. 1700), 
        H5711 [2AU]
      Members of Congress: constitutional amendment to limit terms and 
        extend the length of House terms (see H.J. Res. 101), H697 
        [13FE]
      ------eliminate automatic salary adjustments (see H.R. 6721), 
        H7566 [1JA]
      ------impose a daily reduction in rates of pay if Congress fails 
        to agree to a concurrent budget resolution (see H.R. 4036), 
        H1498 [21MR]
      ------prohibit receipt of pay after October 1 of any fiscal year 
        in which a concurrent budget resolution and regular 
        appropriations bills have not been approved (see H.R. 3643), 
        H5009 [18JY]
      Moldova: extend normal trade relations status (see H.R. 6156), 
        H5293 [25JY]
      National Eagle Scout Day: designate (see H. Res. 716), H4604 
        [28JN]
      Native Americans: clarify rights of Indians and tribes on Indian 
        lands under the National Labor Relations Act (see H.R. 2335), 
        H903 [16FE]
      Nicklaus, Jack: award Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 4040), 
        H945 [17FE]
      NLRB: disapprove rule relative to representation election 
        procedures (see H.J. Res. 103), H901 [16FE]
      ------permit employers to pay higher wages to their employees 
        who are working under a union contract (see H.R. 4385), H1976 
        [18AP]
      ------prohibit from requiring that employers provide to the 
        Board or a labor organization telephone numbers or e-mail 
        addresses of any employees (see H.R. 3991), H691 [9FE]
      Office of the Director of National Intelligence: allow elements 
        of the intelligence community to share cyber threat 
        intelligence with private-sector cybersecurity entities (see 
        H.R. 3523), H1847 [16AP]
      OMB: establish the Federal Real Property Disposal Pilot Program 
        (see H.R. 665), H641 [8FE]
      ------rescind certain unobligated discretionary appropriations 
        (see H.R. 1111), H4828 [11JY]
      Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: ensure coverage 
        offered under multi-State qualified health plans offered in 
        exchanges is consistent with the Federal abortion funding ban 
        (see H.R. 4971), H2267 [27AP]
      ------protect rights of conscience relative to requirements for 
        coverage of specific items and services (see H.R. 1179), H571 
        [7FE]
      ------repeal (see H.R. 6079), H4775 [10JY]
      ------repeal annual fee on health insurance providers (see H.R. 
        1370), H3 [6JA]
      POW: ensure availability of the writ of habeas corpus for any 
        person who is detained in the U.S. (see H.R. 4388), H1976 
        [18AP]
      Power resources: streamline regulatory permitting procedures and 
        increase domestic energy production (see H.R. 4301), H1803 
        [29MR]
      Presidential appointments: disapprove appointment of certain 
        officers or employees during a congressional recess of less 
        than 3 days and express that such appointments are 
        unconstitutional (see H. Res. 509), H26 [17JA]
      ------exercise of recess appointment power during a 
        congressional recess of less than 3 days (see H. Res. 604), 
        H1916 [17AP]
      ------prevent payment for services to individuals appointed 
        during a Senate recess to fill a vacancy that existed when the 
        Senate was in session (see H.R. 3770), H28 [17JA]
      Public debt: constitutional amendment to require that an 
        increase in the Federal debt requires approval from a majority 
        of the legislatures of the several States (see H.J. Res. 99), 
        H376 [1FE]
      ------disapprove the President's exercise of authority to 
        increase the debt limit (see H.J. Res. 98), H28 [17JA]
      ------retain authority of Congress to borrow money on the credit 
        of the U.S. and not cede this power to the President (see H. 
        Res. 826), H6675 [5DE]
      Public welfare programs: prohibit waivers relative to compliance 
        with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program work 
        requirements (see H.R. 6140), H5202 [24JY]
      Representative Curtis B. Inabinett, Sr., Post Office, Ravenel, 
        SC: designate (see H.R. 6379), H5922 [12SE]
      Russia: extend normal trade relations status (see H.R. 6156), 
        H5293 [25JY]
      SBA: consolidate and revise guidelines relative to contract 
        bundling (see H.R. 4081), H1018 [28FE]
      ------modify small business concern size standards (see H.R. 
        3987), H1363 [13MR]
      ------reform role of procurement center representatives in the 
        Federal contracting acquisition process (see H.R. 3980), H1018 
        [28FE]
      Securities: protect transactions in the U.S. from enforcement of 
        certain excise taxes imposed by foreign governments (see H.R. 
        6616), H6676 [5DE]
      Small business: empower Offices of Small and Disadvantaged 
        Business Utilization at Federal agencies to better advocate on 
        behalf of small businesses in the contracting process (see 
        H.R. 3851), H1017 [28FE]
      ------improve operation of mentor-protege programs involving 
        small contractors (see H.R. 3985), H1018 [28FE]
      ------modify goals for procurement contracts awarded to small 
        business concerns (see H.R. 3850), H1017 [28FE]
      Small Business Saturday: designate (see H. Res. 793), H6232 
        [20SE]
      Social Security: replace Medicaid and the State Children's 
        Health Insurance Program with a block grant to the States (see 
        H.R. 4160), H1306 [8MR]
      Space policy: confirm full ownership rights for astronauts of 
        certain artifacts from space missions (see H.R. 4158), H2289 
        [27AP]
      Tariff: footwear (see H.R. 2697), H1847 [16AP]
      Tariff Act: increase dollar amount requirements for articles and 
        merchandise under administrative exemptions and entry under 
        regulations provisions (see H.R. 1653), H5009 [18JY]
      Taxation: allow transfer of required minimum distributions from 
        a retirement plan to a health savings account (see H.R. 3819), 
        H4605 [28JN]
      ------oppose Federal efforts to establish a carbon tax on fuels 
        for electricity and transportation (see H. Con. Res. 144), 
        H6679 [7DE]
      ------reduce tax on beer (see H.R. 1675), H571 [7FE]
      ------repeal certain tax increases enacted as part of health 
        care reform (see H.R. 6088), H5010 [18JY]
      ------require individuals to provide their Social Security 
        number in order to claim the refundable portion of the child 
        tax credit (see H.R. 1956), H2647 [10MY]
      ------terminate certain energy tax subsidies and lower the 
        corporate income tax rate (see H.R. 3308), H1498 [21MR]
      U.N.: terminate funding if the U.S. agrees to any treaty that 
        threatens U.S. sovereignty or infringes on U.S. constitutional 
        rights, such as the right to keep and bear arms (see H.R. 
        3594), H5009 [18JY]
      U.N. Arms Trade Treaty: oppose (see H. Res. 814), H6428 [16NO]
      Unemployment: include discouraged and marginally attached 
        workers in official measure of national unemployment (see H.R. 
        4128), H1133 [1MR]
      Wallenberg, Raoul: award Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 
        3001), H1741 [28MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced
      Dept. of Agriculture: define urban rodent control for clarifying 
        control of nuisance mammals and birds carried out by Animal 
        and Plant Health Inspection Service wildlife services program 
        and private sector (see H.R. 6470), H6231 [20SE]
      Dept. of Justice: revise certain accessibility regulations for 
        the disabled relative to pools at public accommodations or 
        provided by public entities (see H.R. 4256), H1570 [26MR]
      National Day of Recognition for Veterans' Families: designate 
        (see H. Res. 817), H6428 [16NO]
      Small business: reform limits and increase Federal 
        subcontracting opportunities, require agencies to publish 
        insourcing processes, and provide opportunities to challenge 
        insourcing decisions (see H.R. 3893), H440 [2FE]
      Tariff: amino ethyl carbazole (see H.R. 5212), H2272 [27AP]
      ------anatase titanium dioxide (see H.R. 5200), H2272 [27AP]
      ------benzenesulfonyl chloride (see H.R. 4359), H1845 [16AP] 
        (see H.R. 5211), H2272 [27AP]
      ------check valves of steel approved for use in nuclear 
        facilities (see H.R. 5219, 5225, 5226), H2272 [27AP]
      ------complete digital process control systems designed for use 
        with steam turbine generator sets for use in AP 1000 nuclear 
        powerplants certified by the NRC (see H.R. 5218), H2272 [27AP]
      ------dianil (see H.R. 5210), H2272 [27AP]
      ------economizers for use with certain boilers (see H.R. 5221), 
        H2272 [27AP]
      ------filament polyester, foam-backed window shade material in a 
        plain weave (see H.R. 5201), H2272 [27AP]
      ------filament polyester window shade material in a modified 
        basket weave (see H.R. 5199), H2272 [27AP]
      ------4-propylbenzaldehyde (see H.R. 4354), H1845 [16AP]
      ------hand operated globe type valves of steel approved for use 
        in nuclear facilities (see H.R. 5222, 5223, 5224), H2272 
        [27AP]
      ------helical springs not suitable for use in motor-vehicle 
        suspension, of iron or steel wire (see H.R. 5216), H2272 
        [27AP]
      ------himic anhydride (see H.R. 5214), H2272 [27AP]
      ------leucoquinizarin (see H.R. 4356), H1845 [16AP]
      ------liquid dielectric transformers (see H.R. 5215), H2272 
        [27AP]
      ------microcrystalline anatase-type titanium dioxide (see H.R. 
        5196), H2271 [27AP]
      ------1-nitroanthraquinone (see H.R. 4357), H1845 [16AP]
      ------PCBTF (see H.R. 5202), H2272 [27AP]
      ------PCBTF with a corrosion inhibitor (see H.R. 5208), H2272 
        [27AP]
      ------PCBTF with an acid acceptor (see H.R. 5204), H2272 [27AP]
      ------PCBTF with antioxidant (see H.R. 5205), H2272 [27AP]
      ------PCBTF with antistatic (see H.R. 5207), H2272 [27AP]
      ------polytetramethylene ether glycol (see H.R. 5197), H2271 
        [27AP]
      ------p-toluenesulfonyl chloride (see H.R. 5213), H2272 [27AP]
      ------quinaldine (see H.R. 4355), H1845 [16AP]
      ------sodium hypophosphite monohydrate (see H.R. 5198), H2272 
        [27AP]
      ------stop valves each designed to be actuated by steam turbine 
        hydraulic control systems and thermostatically controlled by 
        an electrohydraulic actuator, and parts thereof (see H.R. 
        5220), H2272 [27AP]
      ------2-methyl-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid (see H.R. 4358), 
        H1845 [16AP]
      ------vibration dampeners (see H.R. 5217), H2272 [27AP]
      ------window shade material composed of 100% polyester filaments 
        (see H.R. 5209), H2272 [27AP]
      ------window shade material composed of woven fiberglass coated 
        with ethyl vinyl acetate (see H.R. 5206), H2272 [27AP]
      ------woven fiberglass window shade material with acrylic 
        coating (see H.R. 5203), H2272 [27AP]
      Taxation: repeal certain tax increases (see H.R. 4064), H901 
        [16FE]
  Constitutional authority statements
      Dept. of Agriculture: define urban rodent control for clarifying 
        control of nuisance mammals and birds carried out by Animal 
        and Plant Health Inspection Service wildlife services program 
        and private sector (H.R. 6470), H6233 [20SE]
      Dept. of Justice: revise certain accessibility regulations for 
        the disabled relative to pools at public accommodations or 
        provided by public entities (H.R. 4256), H1571 [26MR]
      Small business: reform limits and increase Federal 
        subcontracting opportunities, require agencies to publish 
        insourcing processes, and provide opportunities to challenge 
        insourcing decisions (H.R. 3893), H440 [2FE]
      Tariff: amino ethyl carbazole (H.R. 5212), H2284 [27AP]
      ------anatase titanium dioxide (H.R. 5200), H2283 [27AP]
      ------benzenesulfonyl chloride (H.R. 4359), H1846 [16AP]
      ------benzenesulfonyl chloride (H.R. 5211), H2284 [27AP]
      ------check valves of steel approved for use in nuclear 
        facilities (H.R. 5219), H2284 [27AP]
      ------check valves of steel approved for use in nuclear 
        facilities (H.R. 5225), H2284 [27AP]
      ------check valves of steel approved for use in nuclear 
        facilities (H.R. 5226), H2284 [27AP]
      ------complete digital process control systems designed for use 
        with steam turbine generator sets for use in AP 1000 nuclear 
        powerplants certified by the NRC (H.R. 5218), H2284 [27AP]
      ------dianil (H.R. 5210), H2283 [27AP]
      ------economizers for use with certain boilers (H.R. 5221), 
        H2284 [27AP]
      ------filament polyester, foam-backed window shade material in a 
        plain weave (H.R. 5201), H2283 [27AP]
      ------filament polyester window shade material in a modified 
        basket weave (H.R. 5199), H2283 [27AP]
      ------4-propylbenzaldehyde (H.R. 4354), H1845 [16AP]
      ------hand operated globe type valves of steel approved for use 
        in nuclear facilities (H.R. 5222), H2284 [27AP]
      ------hand operated globe type valves of steel approved for use 
        in nuclear facilities (H.R. 5223), H2284 [27AP]
      ------hand operated globe type valves of steel approved for use 
        in nuclear facilities (H.R. 5224), H2284 [27AP]
      ------helical springs not suitable for use in motor-vehicle 
        suspension, of iron or steel wire (H.R. 5216), H2284 [27AP]
      ------himic anhydride (H.R. 5214), H2284 [27AP]
      ------leucoquinizarin (H.R. 4356), H1846 [16AP]
      ------liquid dielectric transformers (H.R. 5215), H2284 [27AP]
      ------microcrystalline anatase-type titanium dioxide (H.R. 
        5196), H2283 [27AP]
      ------1-nitroanthraquinone (H.R. 4357), H1846 [16AP]
      ------PCBTF (H.R. 5202), H2283 [27AP]
      ------PCBTF with a corrosion inhibitor (H.R. 5208), H2283 [27AP]
      ------PCBTF with an acid acceptor (H.R. 5204), H2283 [27AP]
      ------PCBTF with antioxidant (H.R. 5205), H2283 [27AP]
      ------PCBTF with antistatic (H.R. 5207), H2283 [27AP]
      ------polytetramethylene ether glycol (H.R. 5197), H2283 [27AP]
      ------p-toluenesulfonyl chloride (H.R. 5213), H2284 [27AP]
      ------quinaldine (H.R. 4355), H1846 [16AP]
      ------sodium hypophosphite monohydrate (H.R. 5198), H2283 [27AP]
      ------stop valves each designed to be actuated by steam turbine 
        hydraulic control systems and thermostatically controlled by 
        an electrohydraulic actuator, and parts thereof (H.R. 5220), 
        H2284 [27AP]
      ------2-methyl-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid (H.R. 4358), H1846 
        [16AP]
      ------vibration dampeners (H.R. 5217), H2284 [27AP]
      ------window shade material composed of 100% polyester filaments 
        (H.R. 5209), H2283 [27AP]
      ------window shade material composed of woven fiberglass coated 
        with ethyl vinyl acetate (H.R. 5206), H2283 [27AP]
      ------woven fiberglass window shade material with acrylic 
        coating (H.R. 5203), H2283 [27AP]
      Taxation: repeal certain tax increases (H.R. 4064), H902 [16FE]
  Remarks
      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: economic impact of 
        stimulus funding, H403 [2FE]
      Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution and 
        replacement of sequester established by the Budget Control Act 
        (H.R. 5652), H2623 [10MY]
      ------replace the sequester established by the Budget Control 
        Act (H.R. 6365), H5964 [13SE]
      ------setting forth the Federal budget for 2013-2022 (H. Con. 
        Res. 112), H1694, H1695, H1708, H1710 [28MR], H1773, H1786 
        [29MR]
      CBO: include income equality among economic variables to be 
        estimated in macroeconomic impact analysis, H407, H408 [2FE]
      ------provide a macroeconomic analysis of the impact of 
        legislation (H.R. 3582), H403, H407, H408 [2FE]
      Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act: set sunset date, 
        H2176 [26AP]
      Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for military 
        activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military 
        construction (H.R. 4310), E857 [18MY]
      ------freeze funding at current levels, H5054, H5056 [19JY]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 5856), H4942 [18JY], H5054, 
        H5056, H5057 [19JY]
      ------separate overseas contingency operations funding from base 
        defense spending, H4942 [18JY], H5057 [19JY]
      Dept. of Justice: decision to prosecute individuals involved in 
        the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in military 
        tribunals, E708 [7MY]
      Economy: impact of Bush administration tax cuts, H403 [2FE]
      Energy and water development: across-the-board funding 
        reduction, H3467, H3468 [5JN]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 5325), H3467, H3468 [5JN]
      Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act: repeal health-care 
        related provisions (H.R. 6079), H4733 [10JY]
      Office of the Director of National Intelligence: allow elements 
        of the intelligence community to share cyber threat 
        intelligence with private-sector cybersecurity entities (H.R. 
        3523), H2172, H2176 [26AP]
      ------clarify retention and use rules for personal information 
        received by the intelligence community from private-sector 
        cybersecurity entities, H2172 [26AP]
      Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: repeal (H.R. 6079), 
        H4733 [10JY]
      Public debt: disapprove the President's exercise of authority to 
        increase the debt limit (H.J. Res. 98), consideration (H. Res. 
        515), H50 [18JA]
      Securities: revise requirements related to assets pledged by a 
        surety (H.R. 3534), H2678 [15MY]
      Taxation: repeal excise tax on medical devices (H.R. 436), 
        consideration (H. Res. 679), H3595 [7JN]
      Votes: position on missed, E159 [8FE], E232 
        [17FE]
  Tributes
      Wheeler, Joan, E1663 [28SE]