Markup

Committee Print to comply with reconciliation directives included in section 2001 (b) of the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2021, S.Con.Res. 5.


Date: Tuesday, February 9, 2021 Time: 03:00 PM Location: via Webex

Amendments and Roll Call Votes


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Roll Call

Committee Print to comply with reconciliation directives included in section 2001 (b) of the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2021, S.Con.Res. 5.

#1

Chairman Scott

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute

adopted by voice vote

#2

Mr. Courtney

Manager’s Amendment

adopted by voice vote

#3

Mr. Allen

Require school districts to offer the option of in-person instruction to all students as a condition of receiving funds from the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund.

defeated 21-27

1

#4

Mr. Murphy

Require school districts to reopen to serve high-risk students as a condition of receiving funds from the ESSER Fund.

defeated 21-27

2

#5

Mrs. Steel

Require school districts to reopen after all teachers have had access to the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of receiving funds from the ESSER Fund.

defeated 21-26

3

#6

Mrs. Miller

Put a condition on the ESSER funds that if school districts are not reopening, the money will flow to an Education Savings Account for the parent to use for private school tuition or other educational expenses such as technology or tutoring.

defeated 21-27

4

#7

Mr. Good

Require school districts that accept ESSER money to document in writing and make public all negotiations regarding reopening between the district and the union.

defeated 21-27

5

#8

Mrs. Foxx

Strikes Section 2103, presumption for workers’ compensation benefits under the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act for federal employees diagnosed with COVID-19, and Section 2104, presumption for workers’ compensation benefits for maritime workers diagnosed with COVID-19 pursuant to the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act. 

defeated 21-27

23 en bloc

#9

Mr. Owens

Prohibit any ESSER funds from being used on the testing required under ESEA section 1111.

defeated 21-27

6

#10

Mr. Keller

Exempts certain small businesses from federal minimum wage increases under Section 2101.

defeated 21-27

7

#11

Mr. Cawthorn

Exempts certain geographical areas from federal minimum wage increases under Section 2101. 

defeated 21-27

8

#12

Mrs. Steel

Conditions federal minimum wage increases under Section 2101 from going into effect on whether there are 200,000 jobs lost due to automation. 

defeated 21-27

9

#13

Mr. Owens

Conditions federal minimum wage increases under Section 2101, on specified employment measurements. 

defeated 21-27

10

#14

Mr. Murphy

Strikes federal minimum wage increases under Section 2101.

defeated 21-27

23 en bloc

#15

Mr. Grothman

Strikes the language on 14(c) certificates and 14(c) wage subminimum wage provisions for workers with disabilities.

defeated 21-27

11

#16

Mrs. Foxx

Strikes the provision to count all federal education assistance funds in the numerator of the Higher Education Act’s 90/10 rule and excludes veterans’ education benefits from counting in the rule.

defeated 21-27

12

#17

Mr. Keller

Increase the share of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund that can flow to students at for-profit colleges from 1 percent to 3 percent.

defeated 21-27

23 en bloc

#18

Mr. Banks

Prohibits COBRA continuation coverage that includes coverage of abortion from receiving federal funding in Section 2401. 

defeated 21-27

13

#19

Mrs. Spartz

Provide $1 billion to help ensure juvenile detention centers can safety maintain their centers and vaccinate their workers. Part of these funds will also go towards the PROMISE grants with the goal of ensuring juveniles grappling with the pandemic have support in the community.

defeated 21-27

14

#20

Mr. Walberg

Additionally appropriates $20,000,000 for the Department of Labor Office of Labor-Management Standards.

defeated 21-27

23 en bloc

#21

Ms. Stefanik

Add $4.58 billion in funding for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and require 75% of the funding to be spent on skills development and education.

defeated 21-27

15

#22

Ms. Stefanik

Makes institutions of higher education that have partnerships with entities owned or controlled by China ineligible for HEER funding. 

defeated 20-27

16

#23

Ms. Stefanik

Reserve percentage of funds from the child care stabilization fund for rural child care providers. 

defeated 21-27

23 en bloc

#24

Mrs. Miller-Meeks

Sets aside two percent of the appropriation from both the ESSER and HEER funds, respectively, for mental health services.

defeated 20-28

17

#25

Ms. Stefanik

Reinstate the restrictions from CRRSAA on uses of funds for those schools subject to the endowment tax and direct that money to community colleges.

defeated 21-27

18

#26

Mr. Good

Prohibit non-citizens from getting HEER Fund student aid assistance.

defeated 21-27

24 en bloc

#27

Mr. Fulcher

Condition receipt of COBRA subsidies on an individual having a valid social security number.

defeated 21-27

24 en bloc

#28

Mr. Cawthorn

Increase funding in the ESSER account by $2 billion and require states to reserve a percentage of their allocation to award competitive grants to rural school districts to use for education technology. 

defeated 19-29

19

#29

Mr. Good

Move all funds from the Endowments for the Arts and Humanities to the Rural Education Achievement Program. 

defeated 20-28

20

#30

Mrs. Miller-Meeks

Additionally appropriates $30,000,000 for the Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration to carry out compliance assistance activities related to COVID-19.  

defeated 21-27

21

#31

Mrs. Spartz

Requires HHS to prioritize foster care services for funds appropriated to assist programs operated by the Administration on Children and Families.

defeated 21-27

22

#32

Mrs. Spartz

Requires the HHS Inspector General to submit to Congress the results of fraud, performance, and compliance audits for Older Americans Act programs.

defeated 21-27

25 en bloc

#33

Mrs. Spartz

Prohibits ESSER funds from going to a state educational agency unless the state opts in by notifying the governor and state and local legislatures of the conditions of this funding, specifically the maintenance of effort and maintenance of equity provisions. The governor and legislature must approve the conditions of the funds if such approval is required by state law.  

defeated 21-27

25 en bloc

#34

Mrs. Spartz

Requires the Inspector Generals of ED and CNCS to report to the authorizing committees on the audits and oversight activities they perform regarding the funding contained in the bill.  

defeated 21-27

25 en bloc

Motion

 Mr. Scott

Transmit Committee Print

agreed to 27-21

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Member Statements


  1. Chairman The Honorable Chairman Robert C. "Bobby" Scott (Democrat - Virginia)