Markup

Committee Print to comply with the Reconciliation Directive included in Section 2002 of the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2022, S. Con. Res. 14


Issue: Build Back Better Act Date: Thursday, September 9, 2021 Time: 12:00 PM Location: via Zoom

Amendments and Roll Call Votes


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Roll Call

Committee Print to comply with the reconciliation directive included in section 2002 of the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2022, S. Con. Res. 14

#1

 Chairman Scott

 Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute

Adopted 28-22

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#2

 Chairman Scott

 Manager’s Amendment

Adopted by voice vote

 

#3

 Mr. Wilson

Strikes funding for the Corporation for National and Community Service and appropriates new funding for an industry led apprenticeship grant program. 

Defeated 21-28

1

#4

 Ms. Adams

Requires the HBCU & MSI research and development competitive grant program funds to be distributed by institution type using CARES Act distribution. 

Withdrawn

 

#5

 Mr. Walberg

In the Birth Through Five Child Care and Early Learning Entitlement section, strikes the portion of the definition of child care that declares that it is federal financial assistance and strikes the condition that prohibits child care construction funds for facilities that are primarily used for sectarian instruction or religious worship.

Defeated 20-28

2

#6

 Mr. Walberg

Strikes the provision providing the Secretary of Labor the authority to impose civil monetary penalties for mental health parity violations and inserts language treating standalone telehealth plans as excepted benefits under ERISA.

Defeated 21-28

3

#7

 Mr. Walberg

Strikes the provision adding civil monetary penalties to the National Labor Relations Act for striker replacement or to lock out to influence the position of employees in collective bargaining prior to a strike. 

Defeated 21-28

4

#8

 Mr. Keller

Means-tests student eligibility for free tuition under the federal-state partnership.

Defeated 21-27

5

#9

 Mr. Keller

Strikes increases to OSHA and FLSA civil monetary penalties.

Defeated 21-27

6

#10

 Mr. Keller

Requires the Secretary of Agriculture to provide all types of milk, including whole, in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).

Defeated 21-27

7

#11

 Mr. Banks

Prohibits funding in the bill from going to universities with a Confucius Institute.

Defeated 22-26

8

#12

 Mr. Banks

Prohibits Pell Recipients from conducting research for or on behalf of the People’s Republic of China or entities affiliated with such Government.

Defeated 20-28

9

#13

 Mr. Cawthorn

Requires entities that receive funding under the school construction provision and teacher, personnel and principal support and preparation provisions, and have students enrolled in, or employees employed by, institutions under the entity’s jurisdiction who were evacuated from, or who were affected by the evacuation of others from, Afghanistan on or after August 15, 2021, to use a percentage of such funding to support the reintegration of such students and employees.

Defeated 21-28

10

#14

 Mr. Cawthorn

Strikes the additional appropriation to OSHA.

Defeated 22-28

11

#15

 Mr. Owens

Applies National Labor Relations Act civil monetary penalties in the ANS to labor unions.

Defeated 22-28

 35 en bloc

#16

 Mr. Allen

Strikes civil monetary penalties provision as it relates to the National Labor Relations Act.

Defeated 22-28

35 en bloc

#17

 Mr. Allen

Strikes additional appropriations to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

Defeated 22-28

12

#18

 Mr. Allen

Directs a GAO study five years after passage studying the impact of higher education spending in the bill on college costs.

Defeated 22-28

13

#19

 Mr. Allen

Requires institutions to repay the total amount of Pell Grant in excess of the current maximum award per award year awarded to a student that does not complete their degree or transfer to another institution within one year of withdrawal.

Defeated 22-28

14

#20

 Mr. Comer

None of the funds appropriated to the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs  may be used to rescind the rule entitled “Implementing Legal Requirements Regarding the Equal Opportunity Clause’s Religious Exemption” issued by DOL on December 9, 2020 (85 Fed. Reg. 79324).

Defeated 22-28

36 en bloc

#21

 Mr. Comer

Prohibits funds from being used by DOL to issue a rule that establishes a joint employer standard that treats an employer as a joint employer of another employer’s employee without direct, actual, or immediate exercise of control over the employee’s essential terms and conditions of employment.

Defeated 22-28

15

#22

 Mr. Thompson

Strikes the healthy food incentives demonstration and provides a 2 cent increase in the reimbursement rate under the School Breakfast Program.

Defeated 22-28

16

#23

 Mr. Murphy

Requires all higher education institutions receiving funding under this bill to uphold the principles of first amendment and student’s right to free speech.

Defeated 22-28

17

#24

 Ms. Leger Fernández

Includes “arts and entertainment” as a listed industry or sector partnership for purposes of DOL workforce development grants.

Adopted by voice vote

 

#25

 Mrs. McClain

Adds uses of funds to Perkins local and national activities to raise public awareness about career and technical education (CTE) programs and support CTE faculty, academic advisors, and guidance counselors in providing guidance and career options in non-traditional fields.

Defeated 22-28

18

#26

 Mrs. Steel

Strikes additional appropriation to the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division.

Defeated 22-28

19

#27

 Mrs. Steel

Requires LEAs that receive funds under the school construction program to offer in-person instruction to subgroups of vulnerable students as defined under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

Defeated 22-28

20

#28

 Mr. Grothman

Strikes the ability for noncitizen students to obtain Pell Grants.

Defeated 21-28

21

#29

 Mr. Grothman

Strikes the Universal Preschool program.

Defeated 22-28

37 en bloc

#30

 Mr. Grothman

Strikes the Competitive Integrated Employment Transformation Grant program in section 22201.

Defeated 20-29

22

#31

 Mr. Grothman

Allows institutions of higher education to limit the amount of a federal loan that a student enrolled at their institution can borrow.

Defeated by voice vote

 

#32

 Mr. Grothman

Strikes the $500 Pell Grant increase.

Defeated 22-28

37 en bloc

#33

 Mrs. Miller-Meeks

Means-test the new universal pre-K program for families earning less than $400,000.

Defeated 22-27

23

#34

 Mrs. Miller-Meeks

Prohibits the bill from taking effect until the Bureau of Labor Statistics certifies that the Title’s spending will not increase inflation.

Defeated 22-27

24

#35

 Mr. Fitzgerald

Requires LEAs to certify they will lease vacant buildings and sell land to charter schools and private schools.

Defeated 21-27

25

#36

 Mr. Fitzgerald

Prohibits individuals convicted of sexual assault, human trafficking, and other related crimes from receiving free tuition under the federal-state partnership.

Defeated 21-28

26

#37

 Mr. Fitzgerald

Prohibits institutions with ties to foreign adversaries from receiving funding under the federal-state partnership. 

Defeated 21-28

27

#38

 Ms. Sherrill

Caps child care costs at 7 percent of income for all families. 

Adopted 28-21

28

#39

 Mrs. Harshbarger

Changes the name of the title “Tuition Free Community College” to “Federal Taxpayer Funded Community College” and changes the word “Free” in the requirements under universal preschool programs to “federal taxpayer funded”.

Defeated 22-28

29

#40

 Mrs. Harshbarger

Exempts employers with fewer than 10 employees or annual sales under $1,000,000 from the NLRA civil penalties provision.

Defeated 21-28

30

#41

 Ms. Letlow

Strikes the increased civil monetary penalty for violations of the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act.

Defeated 21-28

31

#42

 Ms. Letlow

Strikes the Grants for Tuition-Free Community College section.

Defeated 22-28

37 en bloc

#43

 Mrs. Miller

Prohibits local education agencies that receive funds under the school construction and teacher, personnel, and principal provisions in the bill from administering vaccinations to minors on school grounds without parental consent.

Defeated 22-28

32

#44

 Mrs. Miller

In order to receive grants for tuition-free community college, requires states to provide an assurance that no federal funds will go to any institution that hosts or is affiliated with a student-based service site that provides abortion drugs or abortion to students of the institution or to employees of the institution or site. 

Defeated 22-28

33

#45

 Chairman Scott

Expands application of Program Administration funds in section 22014 to cover all DOL workforce programs in subtitle C. 

Adopted by voice vote

 

#46

 Mrs. Foxx

Exempts employers with fewer than 10 employees or annual sales under $1,000,000 from increases in FLSA civil monetary penalties. 

Defeated 22-28

34

#47

 Mrs. Foxx

None of the funds appropriated to EEOC may be used to rescind the “Compliance Manual on Religious Discrimination,” issued by EEOC on January 15, 2021. 

Defeated 22-28

36 en bloc

Motion

 Chairman Scott

Transmit Committee Print

Agreed to 28-22

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Member Statements


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