An amendment numbered 441 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to require the Comptroller General of the United States to submit to Congress independent studies regarding potential cost savings with respect to the nuclear security enterprise and force structure.
An amendment numbered 438 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to provide for a one-year prohibition on the sale of air-to-ground munitions used in the conflict in Yemen to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, while providing an exemption for any export or license suspensions that would incur a cost to the United States Government.
An amendment numbered 437 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to prohibit DoD funding to house any foreign nationals who are in the custody of and detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
An amendment numbered 429 printed in Part B of House Report 116-413 to prohibit the President from deploying troops on the southern border if the purpose of this deployment is to enforce immigration law.
An amendment numbered 425 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to express the sense of Congress that the 2001 AUMF has been utilized beyond the scope that Congress intended; and that any new authorization for the use of military force to replace the 2001 AUMF should include a sunset clause, a clear and specific expression of objectives, targets, and geographic scope, and reporting requirements.
An amendment numbered 386 printed in Part B of House Report 116-413 to strike the provision relating to the prohibition on the use of funds for the deployment of low-yield ballistic missile warheads and requires the Secretary of Defense to certify on the availability of proportional response options.
An amendment numbered 375 printed in Part B of House Report 116-413 to express the sense of Congress that military aviation training in Colorado, including the training conducted at the High-Altitude Army National Guard Aviation Training Site, is critical to the national security of the United States and the readiness of the Armed Forces.
An amendment numbered 50 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to eliminate indefinite military detention of any person detained under AUMF authority in the U.S., territories, or possessions by providing immediate transfer to trial and proceedings by a court established under Article III of the Constitution of the United states or by an appropriate State court.
An amendment numbered 45 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to prohibit the use of funds for an exhibition or parade of military forces and hardware, except for the display of small arms and munitions appropriate for customary ceremonial honors.
An amendment numbered 44 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to prohibit the use of funds from being obligated or expended at properties owned by the President or that bear his name, with a waiver made available if the President reimburses the Department of the Treasury for the amount associated with the expense.
An amendment numbered 34 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to prohibit funding for missiles noncompliant with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty until the Secretary of Defense meets certain conditions.
An amendment numbered 33 printed in Part B of House Report 116-143 to require the Under Secretary for Nuclear Security to conduct a study on the unexpected cost increases for the W80-4 nuclear warhead life extension program and prevents $185 million from being obligated or expended until the study is completed.