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Markup of H.R. 2017, H.R. 2446, H.R. 2646, H.R. 3014, H.R. 3537, H.R. 3716, and H.R. 3821, Subcommittee on Health (November 3, 2015)

Date: 
Tuesday, November 3, 2015 - 3:00pm
Continuations: 
Wednesday, November 4, 2015 - 10:00am
Location: 
2322 Rayburn House Office Building
Subcommittees: 

The Subcommittee on Health held a markup of the following bills:

H.R. 2017, Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act of 2015, and an amendment in the nature of a substitute to H.R. 2017;

H.R. 2446, To amend title XIX of the Social Security Act to require the use of electronic visit verification for personal care services furnished under the Medicaid program, and an amendment in the nature of a substitute to H.R. 2446;

H.R. 2646, Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act;

H.R. 3014, Medical Controlled Substances Transportation Act;

H.R. 3537, Synthetic Drug Control Act of 2015;

H.R. 3716, Ensuring Terminated Providers Are Removed from Medicaid and CHIP Act; and

H.R. 3821, Medicaid Directory of Caregivers Act.

On Tuesday, November 3, the Subcommittee convened at 3:00 p.m. in 2322 Rayburn House Office Building for opening statements.  It reconvened on Wednesday, November 4, at 10:00 a.m. in 2123 Rayburn House Office Building.

Key Documents

Memorandum from Ranking Member Pallone to the Subcommittee on Health

Opening Statement of Ranking Member Pallone, as prepared for delivery

Democratic Substitute Section-by-Section

Preliminary Transcript Day I

Preliminary Transcript Day II

Markup Opening Statements, Day I

Markup Day II: Part I

Markup Day II: Part II

H.R. 3014, Medical Controlled Substances Transportation Act, was favorably forwarded to the full Committee by a voice vote

H.R. 3537, Synthetic Drug Control Act of 2015, was favorably forwarded to the full Committee by a voice vote

H.R. 2446, To amend title XIX of the Social Security Act to require the use of electronic visit verification for personal care services furnished under the Medicaid program, was favorably forwarded to the Full Committee, as amended, by a voice vote

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to H.R. 2446, offered by Rep. Guthrie, adopted by a roll call vote of 15-9

H.R. 3716, Ensuring Terminated Providers Are Removed from Medicaid and CHIP Act, was favorably forwarded to the full Committee, as amended, by a voice vote

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to H.R. 3716, offered by Rep. Buschon, adopted by a voice vote

H.R. 3821, Medicaid Directory of Caregivers Act, was favorably forwarded to the full Committee, as amended, by a voice vote

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to H.R. 3821, offered by Rep. Collins, adopted by a voice vote

H.R. 2017, Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act of 2015, was favorably forwarded to the full Committee, as amended, by a voice vote

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to H.R. 2017, offered by Rep. Pitts, adopted by a voice vote

H.R. 2646, Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act, was favorably forwarded to the full Committee, as amended, by a roll call vote of 18-12

Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute offered to H.R. 2646, offered by Rep. Murphy, adopted, amended, by a roll call vote of 17-12

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Lance and Rep. Matsui, withdrawn

Second Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Lance and Rep. Matsui, withdrawn

Substitute for the Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to H.R. 2646, offered by Rep. Pallone, defeated by a roll call vote of 12-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Green, defeated by a roll call vote of 12-15

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Kennedy, defeated by a roll call vote of 12-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Brooks, withdrawn

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Pallone, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-15

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Butterfield, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-15

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Pallone, adopted by a voice vote

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Matsui, withdrawn

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Kennedy, defeated by a roll call vote of 10-13

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Pallone, adopted by a voice vote

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Kennedy, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Kennedy, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Schakowsky, defeated by a roll call vote of 12-15

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Matsui, defeated by a roll call vote of 11-15

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Capps, defeated by a roll call vote of 12-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Green, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Pallone, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Lujan, defeated by a roll call vote of 12-14

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by by Rep. Green, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-15

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Cardenas, adopted by a roll call vote of 14-13

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Pallone, defeated by a roll call vote of 14-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Butterfield, adopted by a voice vote

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Lujan, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Kennedy, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Lujan, adopted by a voice vote

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Cardenas, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Butterfield, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendments to the Murphy AINS, offered En Bloc by Rep. Castor, withdrawn

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Schakowsky, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Butterfield, withdrawn

Amendment to the Murphy AINS, offered by Rep. Lujan, defeated by a roll call vote of 13-16

 

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