Markup

H.R.2193 - Asuncion Valdivia Heat Illness and Fatality Prevention Act of 2021, and H.R. 8450 - To reauthorize child nutrition programs, and for other purposes


Date: Wednesday, July 27, 2022 Time: 10:15 AM

Agenda

 

 

Amdt #/Mtn

Offered By

Description

Action

Roll Call

H.R. 2193 - Asuncion Valdivia Heat Illness and Fatality Prevention Act of 2021

 

#1

Ms. Adams

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute

Adopted by Voice Vote

 

(En Bloc #1)

#2

Mr. Keller

Strikes provision limiting petitions for review of heat standards to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

Defeated by

 a  Roll Call Vote

 

19-27

 

1

#3

Mrs. Steel

Requires the Secretary to convene a Small Business Advocacy Review panel to solicit comments from the small business community before publishing an interim final rule.

#4

Mr. Good

Strikes “four years” and inserts “six months” in provision on statute of limitations for citations.

 

Motion

Adams

Motion to Report H.R. 2193

 Adopted by a Full Committee Roll Call Vote

27-19

 

2

 H.R.8450 - Healthy Meals, Healthy Kids Act 

 

#1

Ms. Bonamici

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute

Adopted by
Voice Vote

 

 

#2

Mr. Scott

Democratic Manager’s Amendment

Adopted by
Voice Vote

 

 

 

#3

Mrs. McClain

Maintains regulations allowing vegetable substitute for breakfast.

(Withdrawn)

 

 

#5

Mr. Thompson

Addressing whole milk and chocolate milk in school meals to allow greater choice of milk in WIC.

Defeated by
Voice Vote

 

 

 

#7

Mr. Walberg

Ensures food substitutions for religious dietary needs are allowed.

Adopted by
Voice Vote

 

 

 

#10

Mr. Good

Requires nutrition regulations promulgated under the bill to make grain-based desserts eligible for reimbursement.

(Withdrawn)

 

(En Bloc #1)

 

 

#4

Mrs. McClain

Prohibits changes in the bill from being enacted until an independent economist certifies that the bill will not increase inflation and inflation drops to 2 percent.

Defeated by a Roll Call Vote

19-27

1

 

#9

Mrs. Harshbarger

Requires a feasibility study prior to new regulations on schools meals to determine if potential standards would increase cost, the timeline for which food meeting the standards would be available, and the standards would increase plate waste.

Defeated by a Roll Call Vote

19-27

 

#6

Ms. Stefanik

Requires WIC to use two infant formula manufacturers per state or state consortia.

Defeated by a Roll Call Vote 20-24

2

(En Bloc #2)

 

 

#8

Mr. Grothman

Prohibits enforcement of the May 5, 2022, memo on Title IX enforcement as it relates to child nutrition programs.

Defeated by a Roll Call Vote 20-25

3

 

#11

Mrs. Miller

Defines pregnant woman, breastfeeding woman, and postpartum woman as a woman.

Defeated by a Roll Call Vote 20-25

 

Motion

Ms. Bonamici

H.R. 8450

Adopted by a Full Committee Roll Call Vote

27-19

 

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Member Statements


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