Fiscal Year 2010 Committee Votes

 

Committee on the Budget

Markup FY2010

Rep. Ryan asks Blue Dog Democrats to stop the fiscal train wreck.

Obama Redux : The Chairman's Mark for the FY2010 Budget [3/25/2009]
FY2010 Markup : Rep. Ryan's Prepared Opening Statement [3/25/2009]
MARKUP Charts/Graphs
Amendments:

1. Reduce the spending, deficits, and debt proposed in the Chairman's Mark.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Hensarling (TX)

2. Education: Extend the D.C. scholarship program.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Jordan (OH)

3. Defense: Increase funds for the Department of Defense over the level included in the Chairman's Mark; establishes a firewall for defense spending; offset by decreasing other spending.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Harper (MS) & Mr. Austria (OH)

4. Tax: Stopping tax increases in the Chairman's Mark; create current policy reserves.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Diaz-Balart (FL)

5. Amendment dropped.

6. Health Care: Prevent government-controlled health care.

Legislative Text Offered by: Mr. Ryan (WI)

7. Hold regular 2010 non-defense discretionary spending in Chairman's Mark to enacted 2008 level.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Jordan (OH)

8. Encourse domestic energy production.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Nunes (CA)

9. Prevent the energy reserve fund from imposing a cap and trade system.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mrs. Lummis (WY)

10. Increase Veterans' funding (function 700), for more funding for Community-Based Outpatient Clinics; offset with savings from the National Endowment for the arts.

 Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. McHenry (NC) & Mr. Hensarling (TX)

11. Strike reconciliation instructions in the resolution.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Ryan (WI)

12. Require a vote to increase the debt limit if the foreign holdings of U.S. debt held by the public increases above 21.6% of GDP.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally

13. Preserve the guaranteed student loan program and protect private sector jobs.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mrs. Lummis (WY)

14. Amendment dropped.

15. Eliminate the death tax and make repeal permanent.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Garrett (NJ) & Mr. Mack (FL)

16. Amendment dropped.

17. Require high-income seniors to pay more for the Medicare prescription drug benefits.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Harper (MS)

18. Discretionary spending controls: caps on annual appropriations.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Jordan (OH)

19. Postpone cap and trade tax increase until international agreements are reached.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Diaz-Balart (FL)

20. Apply Pay-go to Appropriations Bills.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Hensarling (TX)

21. To adopt blue dog budget process provisions.

 Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Campbell (CA)

22. Moratorium on earmarks for one year and to reform the earmark process.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Nunes (CA)

23. Adopt sensible farm policies that save taxpayer money while protecting family farmers.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Ryan (WI)

24. Prevent increases in long-term liabilities.

Legislative Text Offered by: Mr. Ryan (WI)

25. Reform medical liability reform.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Harper (MS)

26. Amendment dropped.

27. Amendment dropped.
28. Amendment dropped.

29. Budget process: Allow savings achieved from floor amendments to be dedicated to deficit reduction.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Jordan (OH)

30. Amendment dropped.

 

31. Amendment dropped.

32. Sense of the House that every state should have at least one Job Corps center.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mrs. Lummis (WY)

33. Amendment dropped.

34. Deny any funding for additional TARP activities from using the emergency designation to escape PAYGO or Budget Act points of order.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Hensarling (TX)

35. Policy statement on the requirements to receive government-insured mortgages.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Hensarling (TX) & Mr. McHenry (NC)

36. Prevent energy taxes from costing American jobs and disavantaging American producers amendment.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Nunes (CA)

37. Freeze administrative spending at the Department of Education; increase spending for Impact Aid.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally

38. Amendment dropped.
39. Amendment dropped.

40. Ensure adequate funding for nuclear waste disposal.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Simpson (ID)

41. Sense of Congress on child support.

Legislative Text -- Vote Tally -- Offered by: Mr. Ryan (WI)

42. Amendment dropped.