U. S. House Legislative Update(117th Congress): RESULTS for January 4 – 8, 2021.

When:
January 7, 2021 @ 4:11 am – January 15, 2021 @ 4:26 am
2021-01-07T04:11:00-06:00
2021-01-15T04:26:00-06:00

  • Information source: (U. S. House of Representatives Website and GovTrack)
  • (If you don’t know who represents you, go to this site).
    • 261 bills have been introduced as of this post. See them here.
    • Our representatives voted on the leadership of the House, 5 bills, 1 resolution, and two Electoral College objections.
    • See additional votes on rules and amendments here. Navigate the days with the calendar feature on the top of the linked page.
    • Laws from the 117th Congress: 0 bills  signed by the President.

 

NOTES:

    • Election of the Speaker: Ms. Pelosi 216, Mr. McCarthy 209, Ms. Duckworth 1, Mr. Jeffries 1, and Present 3 (Roll no. 2). Ms. Pelosi was elected Speaker.
      • See how your representatives voted by state
      • Minnesota representatives voted as follows:
        • Hagedorn – McCarthy
        • Craig – Pelosi
        • Phillips – Pelosi                     
        • McCollum – Pelosi
        • Omar – Pelosi
        • Emmer – McCarthy
        • Fischbach – McCarthy
        • Stauber – McCarthy
      • Delaware representative voted as follows:
        • Blunt Rochester – Pelosi
    • On the Objection (Shall the Objection Submitted by the Gentleman from Arizona, Mr. Gosar, and the Senator from Texas, Mr. Cruz, and Others Be Sustained?) Failed

      • See how your representatives voted by state
      • Minnesota representatives voted as follows:
        • Hagedorn – Yea
        • Craig – Nay
        • Phillips – Nay                      
        • McCollum – Nay
        • Omar –  Nay
        • Emmer –  Nay
        • Fischbach – Yea
        • Stauber –  Nay
      • Delaware representative voted as follows:
        • Blunt Rochester – Nay
    • On the Objection (Shall the Objection Submitted by the Gentleman from Pennsylvania, Mr. Perry, and the Senator from Missouri, Mr. Hawley, Be Sustained?) Failed

      • See how your representatives voted by state
      • Minnesota representatives voted as follows:
        • Hagedorn –  Yea
        • Craig –  Nay
        • Phillips –  Nay
        • Omar – Nay                   
        • McCollum –  Nay
        • Emmer –  Nay
        • Fischbach – Yea
        • Stauber – Nay
      • Delaware representative voted as follows:
        • Blunt Rochester – Nay

H. Res. 8 — Adopting the Rules of the House of Representatives of the One Hundred Seventeenth Congress, and for other purposes.

  • Passed by the Yeas and Nays: 217 – 206 (Roll no. 8).
  • See how your representatives voted by state
  • Minnesota representatives voted as follows:
    • Hagedorn – Nay
    • Craig – Yea
    • Phillips – Yea                    
    • McCollum – Yea
    • Omar – Yea
    • Emmer – Nay
    • Fischbach – Nay
    • Stauber – Nay
  • Delaware representative voted as follows:
    • Blunt Rochester – Yea

H.R. 22 Congressional Budget Justification Transparency Act of 2021 (Rep. Quigley – Oversight and Reform). To amend the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006, to require the budget justifications and appropriation requests of agencies be made publicly available. (Cosponsors)

  • Passed by the Yeas and Nays: (2/3 required): 412 – 2 (Roll no. 9).
  • See how your representatives voted by state
  • Minnesota representatives voted as follows:
    • Hagedorn – Yea
    • Craig – Yea
    • Phillips – Yea                    
    • McCollum – Yea
    • Omar – Yea
    • Emmer – Yea
    • Fischbach – Yea
    • Stauber – Yea
  • Delaware representative voted as follows:
    • Blunt Rochester – Yea

LEGISLATION PASSED BY VOICE VOTE OR WITHOUT OBJECTION

H.R. 21 FedRAMP Authorization Act (Rep. Connolly – Oversight and Reform). To enhance the innovation, security, and availability of cloud computing services used in the Federal Government by establishing the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program within the General Services Administration and by establishing a risk management, authorization, and continuous monitoring process to enable the Federal Government to leverage cloud computing services using a risk-based approach consistent with the Federal Information Security Modernization Act of 2014 and cloud-based operations, and for other purposes. (Cosponsors)

H.R. 23 –  Inspector General Protection Act (Rep. Lieu – Oversight and Reform). To require congressional notification for certain changes in status of inspectors general, and for other purposes. (Cosponsors)

H.R. 26 –  Construction Consensus Procurement Improvement Act of 2021 (Rep. Comer – Oversight and Reform). To amend the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, to correct a provision on the prohibition on the use of a reverse auction, and for other purposes. (Cosponsors)

H.R. 27 –  Settlement Agreement Information Database Act of 2021 (Rep. Palmer – Oversight and Reform). To amend chapter 3 of title 5, United States Code, to require the publication of settlement agreements, and for other purposes. (Cosponsors)

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