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H. Res. 1.—Electing officers of the House of Representa- H. Res. 20.—Calling on the State Department to list
  tives. Passed House Jan. 6, 2009.                        the Socialist Republic of Vietnam as a ‘‘Country of
                                                           Particular Concern’’ with respect to religious freedom.
H. Res. 2.—To inform the Senate that a quorum of the       Referred to Foreign Affairs Jan. 6, 2009. Considered
  House has assembled and of the election of the Speak-    under suspension of rules Dec. 15, 2010. Rules sus-
  er and the Clerk. Passed House Jan. 6, 2009.             pended. Passed House amended Dec. 17 (Legislative
                                                           day of Dec. 16), 2010.
H. Res. 3.—Authorizing the Speaker to appoint a com-
  mittee to notify the President of the assembly of the H. Res. 23.—Providing for the attendance of the House
  Congress. Passed House Jan. 6, 2009.                     at the Inaugural Ceremonies of the President and Vice
H. Res. 4.—Authorizing the Clerk to inform the Presi-       President of the United States. Passed House Jan. 7,
  dent of the election of the Speaker and the Clerk.        2009.
  Passed House Jan. 6, 2009.
                                                          H. Res. 24 (H. Res. 137).—Electing Members to certain
H. Res. 5 (H.R. 11) (H.R. 12).—Adopting rules for the       standing committees of the House of Representatives.
  One Hundred Eleventh Congress. Passed House Jan.          Passed House Jan. 7, 2009.
  6, 2009; Roll No. 4: 242–181.
                                                        H. Res. 28.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
H. Res. 6.—Recognizing the significant contribution       resentatives that the Transportation Security Adminis-
  coaches make in the life of children who participate    tration should, in accordance with the congressional
  in organized sports and supporting the goals and        mandate provided for in the Implementing Rec-
  ideals of National Coaches Appreciation Week. Re-       ommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007,
  ferred to Education and Labor Jan. 6, 2009. Rules       enhance security against terrorist attack and other se-
  suspended. Passed House Sept. 14, 2009; Roll No. 696:   curity threats to our Nation’s rail and mass transit
  388–0.                                                  lines. Referred to Homeland Security Jan. 7, 2009. Re-
                                                          ported amended Dec. 1, 2009; Rept. 111–347. House
H. Res. 8.—Electing Members to certain standing com-      Calendar. Considered under suspension of rules Dec.
  mittees of the House of Representatives. Passed House   2, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Dec.
  Jan. 6, 2009.                                           3, 2009; Roll No. 926: 417–3.
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H. Res. 10 (H. Res. 157).—Fixing the daily hour of meet- H. Res. 31.—Expressing support for designation of Janu-
  ing of the First Session of the One Hundred Eleventh     ary 28, 2009, as ‘‘National Data Privacy Day’’. Referred
  Congress. Passed House Jan. 6, 2009.                     to Energy and Commerce Jan. 7, 2009. Rules sus-
                                                           pended. Passed House Jan. 26, 2009; Roll No. 30:
H. Res. 12.—Electing certain Minority Members to cer-      402–0.
  tain standing committees of the House of Representa-
  tives. Passed House Jan. 6, 2009.                      H. Res. 34.—Recognizing Israel’s right to defend itself
                                                           against attacks from Gaza, reaffirming the United
H. Res. 13.—Providing for the designation of certain mi-
                                                           States’ strong support for Israel, and supporting the
  nority employees. Passed House Jan. 6, 2009.
                                                           Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Referred to Foreign
H. Res. 14.—Recognizing the importance of the Border       Affairs Jan. 8, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  Patrol in combating human smuggling and com-             Jan. 9, 2009; Roll No. 10: 390–5.
  mending the Department of Justice for increasing the
  rate of human smuggler prosecutions. Referred to the H. Res. 35.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
  Judiciary and in addition to Homeland Security Jan.      resentatives that Congress should provide increased
  6, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules May        Federal funding for continued type 1 diabetes research.
  6, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended May       Referred to Energy and Commerce Jan. 8, 2009. Con-
  7, 2009.                                                 sidered under suspension of rules Dec. 8, 2009. Rules
                                                           suspended. Passed House Dec. 10, 2009.
H. Res. 15.—Authorizing and directing the Committee
  on the Judiciary to inquire whether the House should H. Res. 38.—Electing certain minority members to cer-
  impeach G. Thomas Porteous, a judge of the United        tain committees. Passed House Jan. 9, 2009.
  States District Court for the Eastern District of Lou-
  isiana. Referred to Rules Jan. 6, 2009. Rules sus- H. Res. 39 (H. Res. 1008).—Honoring the contributions
  pended. Passed House amended Jan. 13, 2009.              of Catholic schools. Referred to Education and Labor
                                                           Jan. 9, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Jan. 21,
H. Res. 16.—Supporting the goals and ideals of National    2009.
  Life Insurance Awareness Month. Referred to Over-
  sight and Government Reform Jan. 6, 2009. Rules sus- H. Res. 40.—Amending the Rules of the House of Rep-
  pended. Passed House Sept. 29, 2009; Roll No. 741:       resentatives to require each standing committee to
  394–1.                                                   hold periodic hearings on the topic of waste, fraud,
                                                           abuse, or mismanagement in Government programs
H. Res. 18.—Honoring the life, achievements, and con-      which that committee may authorize, and for other
  tributions of Paul Newman. Referred to Oversight and     purposes. Referred to Rules Jan. 9, 2009. Rules sus-
  Government Reform Jan. 6, 2009. Rules suspended.         pended. Passed House amended Jan. 14, 2009; Roll
  Passed House Feb. 24, 2009.                              No. 18: 423–0.
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H. Res. 41 (H. Res. 990).—Supporting the goals and H. Res. 56 (H. Res. 1029).—Expressing support for des-
  ideals of National Mentoring Month 2009. Referred to      ignation of the week of February 2 through February
  Education and Labor Jan. 9, 2009. Rules suspended.        6, 2009, as ‘‘National School Counseling Week’’. Re-
  Passed House Jan. 13, 2009; Roll No. 11: 411–0.           ferred to Education and Labor Jan. 13, 2009. Consid-
                                                            ered under suspension of rules Jan. 21, 2009. Rules
H. Res. 43.—Recognizing the efforts of those who serve      suspended. Passed House Jan. 22, 2009; Roll No. 28:
  their communities on Martin Luther King Day and           417–0.
  promoting the holiday as a day of national service.
  Referred to Education and Labor Jan. 9, 2009. Rules H. Res. 57.—Expressing the importance of swimming les-
  suspended. Passed House Jan. 13, 2009; Roll No. 13:       sons and recognizing the danger of drowning in the
                                                            United States, especially among minority children. Re-
  415–0.
                                                            ferred to Energy and Commerce Jan. 13, 2009. Rules
                                                            suspended. Passed House amended Sept. 14, 2009.
H. Res. 45.—Raising awareness and promoting education
  on the criminal justice system by establishing March H. Res. 58.—Commending the University of Florida
  as ‘‘National Criminal Justice Month’’. Referred to the   Gators for winning the Bowl Championship Series Na-
  Judiciary Jan. 9, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House     tional Championship Game. Referred to Education and
  Mar. 4, 2009; Roll No. 96: 415–0.                         Labor Jan. 13, 2009. Considered under suspension of
                                                            rules Jan. 21, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
H. Res. 47 (H. Res. 1299).—Supporting the goals and         Jan. 22, 2009; Roll No. 29: 399–5.
  ideals of Peace Officers Memorial Day. Referred to
  Oversight and Government Reform Jan. 9, 2009. Rules H. Res. 59.—Electing a Minority member to a standing
  suspended. Passed House Feb. 25, 2009; Roll No. 81:       committee. Passed House Jan. 14, 2009.
  421–0.
                                                          H. Res. 60.—Recognizing and commending University of
                                                            Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford for winning the
H. Res. 49.—Honoring Karen Bass for becoming the first      2008 Heisman Trophy and for his academic and ath-
  African-American woman elected Speaker of the Cali-       letic accomplishments. Referred to Education and
  fornia State Assembly. Referred to Oversight and Gov-     Labor Jan. 14, 2009. Considered under suspension of
  ernment Reform Jan. 9, 2009. Committee discharged.        rules Feb. 9, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  Passed House May 19, 2009.                                Feb. 10, 2009; Roll No. 56: 394–0.

H. Res. 50.—Honoring the life of Claiborne Pell, distin- H. Res. 61.—Providing for the attendance of the House
  guished former Senator from the State of Rhode Is-         at the Inaugural Ceremonies of the President and Vice
  land. Referred to Education and Labor Jan. 13, 2009.       President of the United States. Passed House Jan. 14,
  Rules suspended. Passed House Jan. 13, 2009; Roll          2009.
  No. 12: 415–0.
                                                           H. Res. 62 (H. Res. 53) (H.R. 384).—Providing for further
H. Res. 51.—Electing Members to certain standing com-        consideration of the bill (H.R. 384) to reform the Trou-
  mittees of the House of Representatives. Passed House      bled Assets Relief Program of the Secretary of the
                                                             Treasury and ensure accountability under such Pro-
  Jan. 13, 2009.
                                                             gram, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules
                                                             Jan. 14, 2009; Rept. 111–3. House Calendar. Passed
H. Res. 52 (H.R. 2).—Providing for consideration of the      House Jan. 15, 2009.
  bill (H.R. 2) to amend title XXI of the Social Security
  Act to extend and improve the Children’s Health In- H. Res. 67.—Recognizing and commending the National
  surance Program, and for other purposes. Reported          Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the Jet
  from Rules Jan. 13, 2009; Rept. 111–1. House Cal-          Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and Cornell University
  endar. Passed House Jan. 14, 2009; Roll No. 14:            for the success of the Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit
  244–178.                                                   and Opportunity, on the 5th anniversary of the Rovers’
                                                             successful landing. Referred to Science and Technology
H. Res. 53 (H.R. 384) (H. Res. 62).—Providing for the        Jan. 15, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar.
  consideration of the bill (H.R. 384) to reform the Trou-   11, 2009; Roll No. 116: 421–0.
  bled Assets Relief Program of the Secretary of the
  Treasury and ensure accountability under such Pro- H. Res. 69.—Recognizing the need to continue research
  gram. Reported from Rules Jan. 13, 2009; Rept. 111–2.      into the causes, treatment, education, and an eventual
  House Calendar. Passed House Jan. 14, 2009; Roll No.       cure for diabetes, and for other purposes. Referred to
  17: 235–191.                                               Energy and Commerce Jan. 15, 2009. Considered
                                                             under suspension of rules July 21, 2009. Rules sus-
                                                             pended. Passed House July 22, 2009; Roll No. 609:
H. Res. 55.—Expressing support for the designation of
                                                             420–0.
  a National Prader-Willi Syndrome Awareness Month
  to raise awareness of and promote research into this H. Res. 70.—Congratulating Anthony Kevin ‘‘Tony’’
  challenging disorder. Referred to Energy and Com-          Dungy for his accomplishments as a coach, father, and
  merce Jan. 13, 2009. Considered under suspension of        exemplary member of his community. Referred to
  rules Dec. 8, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House          Oversight and Government Reform Jan. 15, 2009.
  Dec. 10, 2009.                                             Committee discharged. Passed House May 19, 2009.
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H. Res. 71.—Acknowledging the lifelong service of Griffin H. Res. 87 (S. 181).—Providing for consideration of the
  Boyette Bell to the State of Georgia and the United       bill (S. 181) to amend title VII of the Civil Rights
  States as a legal icon. Referred to the Judiciary Jan.    Act of 1964 and the Age Discrimination in Employ-
  15, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules Feb.       ment Act of 1967, and to modify the operation of the
  10, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 12,          Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Reha-
  2009.                                                     bilitation Act of 1973, to clarify that a discriminatory
                                                            compensation decision or other practice that is unlaw-
H. Res. 73.—Observing the birthday of Martin Luther         ful under such Acts occurs each time compensation
  King, Jr., and encouraging the people of the United       is paid pursuant to the discriminatory compensation
  States to observe the birthday of Martin Luther King,     decision or other practice, and for other purposes. Re-
  Jr., and the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King,   ported from Rules Jan. 26, 2009; Rept. 111–5. House
  Jr., and for other purposes. Referred to the Judiciary    Calendar. Passed House Jan. 27, 2009; Roll No. 33:
  Jan. 16, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Jan.         252–174.
  21, 2009.
                                                          H. Res. 88 (H.R. 1).—Providing for consideration of the
H. Res. 74.—Electing Members to certain standing com-       bill (H.R. 1) making supplemental appropriations for
  mittees of the House of Representatives. Passed House     job preservation and creation, infrastructure invest-
  Jan. 21, 2009.                                            ment, energy efficiency and science, assistance to the
                                                            unemployed, and State and local fiscal stabilization,
H. Res. 76.—Mourning the horrific loss of life in January
                                                            for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2009, and
  2009 caused by a landslide in Guatemala and an
                                                            for other purposes. Reported from Rules Jan. 26, 2009;
  earthquake in Costa Rica and expressing the sense
                                                            Rept. 111–6. House Calendar. Passed House Jan. 27,
  of Congress that the United States should assist the
                                                            2009; Roll No. 35: 235–191.
  affected people and communities. Referred to Foreign
  Affairs Jan. 21, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  amended Apr. 28, 2009.                                  H. Res. 89.—Supporting and encouraging greater support
                                                            for Veterans Day each year. Referred to Veterans’ Af-
H. Res. 77.—Congratulating the University of Mary           fairs Jan. 26, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, for more than     Nov. 2, 2009.
  100 years of service and leadership to the United
  States. Referred to Education and Labor Jan. 21, 2009. H. Res. 90.—Supporting the goals and ideals of National
  Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 3, 2009; Roll No.      Campus Safety Awareness Month. Referred to Edu-
  93: 414–0.                                                cation and Labor Jan. 26, 2009. Rules suspended.
                                                            Passed House Sept. 30, 2009.
H. Res. 78.—Electing certain minority members to cer-
  tain standing committees. Passed House Jan. 22, 2009. H. Res. 91.—Honoring the life and service of Dr. William
                                                            Spoelhof, president emeritus of Calvin College in
H. Res. 80.—Electing Members to a certain standing
                                                            Grand Rapids, Michigan. Referred to Education and
  committee of the House of Representatives. Passed
                                                            Labor Jan. 27, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  House Jan. 22, 2009.
                                                            amended Mar. 3, 2009.
H. Res. 81.—Recognizing the importance and sustain-
  ability of the United States hardwoods industry and H. Res. 92 (H.R. 1).—Providing for further consideration
  urging that United States hardwoods and the products     of the bill (H.R. 1) making supplemental appropria-
  derived from United States hardwoods be given full       tions for job preservation and creation, infrastructure
  consideration in any program directed at constructing    investment, energy efficiency and science, assistance
  environmentally preferable commercial, public, or pri-   to the unemployed, and State and local fiscal stabiliza-
  vate buildings. Referred to Agriculture Jan. 22, 2009.   tion, for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2009,
  Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 15, 2009.            and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Jan. 27,
                                                           2009; Rept. 111–9. House Calendar. Passed House Jan.
H. Res. 82 (H. Res. 960).—Raising awareness and en-        28, 2009; Roll No. 40: 243–185.
  couraging prevention of stalking by establishing Janu-
  ary 2009 as ‘‘National Stalking Awareness Month’’. Re- H. Res. 96.—Electing Members to certain standing com-
  ferred to the Judiciary Jan. 22, 2009. Rules suspended.  mittees of the House of Representatives. Passed House
  Passed House Feb. 3, 2009; Roll No. 47: 417–0.           Jan. 28, 2009.
H. Res. 83 (H. Res. 1046).—Recognizing the significance H. Res. 97.—Changing the size of the Permanent Select
  of Black History Month. Referred to Oversight and       Committee on Intelligence. Passed House Jan. 28,
  Government Reform Jan. 23, 2009. Rules suspended.       2009.
  Passed House Feb. 24, 2009; Roll No. 78: 420–0.

H. Res. 84.—Honoring the heroic actions of the pilot, H. Res. 103.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
  crew, and rescuers of US Airways Flight 1549. Re-     tional Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention
  ferred to Transportation and Infrastructure Jan. 26,  Week. Referred to the Judiciary Feb. 3, 2009. Rules
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Jan. 26, 2009;    suspended. Passed House Feb. 3, 2009; Roll No. 48:
  Roll No. 31: 402–0.                                   419–0.
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H. Res. 107 (H.R. 2).—Providing for consideration of the H. Res. 128.—Honoring Miami University for its 200
  Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 2) to amend title      years of commitment to extraordinary higher edu-
  XXI of the Social Security Act to extend and improve      cation. Referred to Education and Labor Feb. 4, 2009.
  the Childrens’s Health Insurance Program, and for         Rules suspended. Passed House amended Feb. 10,
  other purposes. Reported from Rules Feb. 3, 2009;         2009; Roll No. 58: 413–0.
  Rept. 111–10. House Calendar. Passed House Feb. 4,
  2009.                                                   H. Res. 129.—Recognizing the historical significance of
                                                            the Merced Assembly Center to the Nation and the
H. Res. 108 (S. 352).—Providing for consideration of the    importance of establishing an appropriate memorial at
  bill (S. 352) to postpone the DTV transition date. Re-    that site to serve as a place for remembering the hard-
  ported from Rules Feb. 3, 2009; Rept. 111–11. House       ships endured by Japanese Americans, so that the
  Calendar. Passed House Feb. 4, 2009.                      United States remains vigilant in protecting our Na-
                                                            tion’s core values of equality, due process of law, jus-
H. Res. 109.—Supporting the mission and goals of 2009       tice, and fundamental fairness. Referred to the Judici-
  National Crime Victims’ Rights week to increase public    ary Feb. 4, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Feb.
  awareness of the rights, needs, and concerns of victims   11, 2009.
  and survivors of crime in the United States, and to
  commemorate the 25th anniversary of the enactment H. Res. 132.—Honoring the life and memory of the Chiri-
  of the Victims of Crime Act of 1984. Referred to the      cahua Apache leader Goyathlay or Goyaale, also
  Judiciary Feb. 3, 2009. Considered under suspension       known as Geronimo, and recognizing the 100th anni-
  of rules Apr. 28, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House     versary of his death on February 17, 2009, as a time
  Apr. 29, 2009; Roll No. 218: 422–0.                       of reflection and the commencement of a ‘‘Healing’’
                                                            for all Apache people. Referred to Natural Resources
H. Res. 110.—Congratulating the National Football           Feb. 4, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 23,
  League champion Pittsburgh Steelers for winning           2009.
  Super Bowl XLIII and becoming the most successful
  franchise in NFL history with their record 6th Super H. Res. 134.—Recognizing the 50th Anniversary of Dr.
  Bowl title. Referred to Oversight and Government Re-      Martin Luther King, Jr.’s visit to India, and the posi-
  form Feb. 3, 2009. Considered under suspension of         tive influence that the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi
  rules Feb. 12, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House        had on Dr. King’s work during the Civil Rights Move-
  Feb. 13, 2009.                                            ment. Referred to the Judiciary Feb. 4, 2009. Rules
                                                            suspended. Passed House Feb. 10, 2009; Roll No. 59:
H. Res. 112.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Amer-       406–0.
  ican Heart Month and National Wear Red Day. Re-
  ferred to Oversight and Government Reform Feb. 3, H. Res. 137 (H. Res. 24).—Making technical corrections
  2009. Considered under suspension of rules Feb. 12,       to House Resolution 24. Passed House Feb. 9, 2009.
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 13, 2009.
                                                          H. Res. 139.—Commemorating the life and legacy of
H. Res. 114.—Supporting the goals and ideals of ‘‘Na-
                                                            President Abraham Lincoln on the bicentennial of his
  tional Girls and Women in Sports Day’’. Referred to
                                                            birth. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  Education and Labor Feb. 3, 2009. Considered under
                                                            Feb. 9, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules
  suspension of rules Feb. 9, 2009. Rules suspended.
                                                            Feb. 12, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Feb.
  Passed House Feb. 10, 2009; Roll No. 55: 398–0.
                                                            13, 2009; Roll No. 71: 403–0.
H. Res. 117 (H. Res. 1097).—Supporting the goals and
  ideals of National Engineers Week, and for other pur- H. Res. 143.—Raising a question of the privileges of the
  poses. Referred to Science and Technology Feb. 4,       House. Laid on table Feb. 10, 2009; Roll No. 57:
  2009. Considered under suspension of rules Feb. 11,     242–157.
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Feb.
  12, 2009; Roll No. 64: 422–0.                         H. Res. 146 (H. Res. 1111).—Designating March 2, 2009,
                                                          as ‘‘Read Across America Day’’. Referred to Education
H. Res. 118.—Electing minority members to certain         and Labor Feb. 10, 2009. Considered under suspension
  standing committees. Passed House Feb. 4, 2009.         of rules Mar. 3, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                          Mar. 5, 2009; Roll No. 98: 417–0.
H. Res. 125.—Calling on the central authority of Brazil
  to immediately discharge all its duties under the H. Res. 150.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
  Hague Convention by facilitating and supporting Fed-  resentatives that A. Philip Randolph should be recog-
  eral judicial proceedings as a matter of extreme ur-  nized for his lifelong leadership and work to end dis-
  gency to obtain the return of Sean Goldman to his     crimination and secure equal employment and labor
  father, David Goldman, for immediate return to the    opportunities for all Americans. Referred to the Judici-
  United States. Referred to Foreign Affairs Feb. 4,    ary and in addition to Education and Labor Feb. 10,
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar.      2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec. 15, 2009;
  11, 2009; Roll No. 120: 418–0.                        Roll No. 976: 395–23.
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H. Res. 152.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep- H. Res. 175.—Condemning the Government of Iran for
  resentatives that the United States remains committed  its state-sponsored persecution of its Baha’i minority
  to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Re-  and its continued violation of the International Cov-
  ferred to Foreign Affairs Feb. 10, 2009. Rules sus-    enants on Human Rights. Referred to Foreign Affairs
  pended. Passed House amended Mar. 30, 2009.            Feb. 13, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules
                                                         Oct. 21, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
H. Res. 153.—Commending the University of Southern       ed Oct. 22, 2009; Roll No. 808: 407–2.
  California Trojan football team for its victory in the
  2009 Rose Bowl. Referred to Education and Labor Feb. H. Res. 178.—Expressing the need for enhanced public
  10, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules Mar.    awareness of traumatic brain injury and support for
  3, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 5, 2009;   the designation of a National Brain Injury Awareness
  Roll No. 106: 362–15.                                  Month. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
                                                         Feb. 13, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar.
H. Res. 154.—Honoring John D. Dingell for holding the    23, 2009.
  record as the longest serving member of the House
  of Representatives. Rules suspended. Passed House H. Res. 180.—Supporting the goals and ideals of the
  Feb. 11, 2009; Roll No. 61: 423–0.                          third annual America Saves Week. Referred to Finan-
                                                              cial Services Feb. 23, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                              House Feb. 25, 2009; Roll No. 82: 415–2.
H. Res. 157 (H. Res. 10).—Providing for consideration
  of motions to suspend the rules, and for other pur-
  poses. Reported from Rules Feb. 11, 2009; Rept. H. Res. 182.—Expressing support for designation of the
  111–14. House Calendar. Passed House Feb. 12, 2009;         week of March 1 through March 8, 2009, as ‘‘School
  Roll No. 63: 248–174.                                       Social Work Week’’. Referred to Education and Labor
                                                              Feb. 23, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar.
                                                              24, 2009; Roll No. 149: 415–0.
H. Res. 158 (H. Res. 184).—Waiving a requirement of
  clause 6(a) of rule XIII with respect to consideration
                                                            H. Res. 183.—Expressing condolences to the families,
  of certain resolutions reported from the Committee on
                                                              friends, and loved ones of the victims of the crash
  Rules. Reported from Rules Feb. 11, 2009; Rept.
                                                              of Continental Connection Flight 3407, and for other
  111–15. House Calendar. Laid on the table pursuant
                                                              purposes. Referred to Oversight and Government Re-
  to H. Res. 184 Feb. 25, 2009.
                                                              form Feb. 23, 2009. Committee discharged. Rereferred
                                                              to Transportation and Infrastructure Feb. 25, 2009.
H. Res. 159.—Honoring the New Hampshire State Sen-            Considered under suspension of rules Feb. 25, 2009.
  ate for becoming the 1st statewide legislative body         Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 26, 2009; Roll
  with a majority of women in the United States. Re-          No. 90: 399–0.
  ferred to Oversight and Government Reform Feb. 11,
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Nov. H. Res. 184 (H. Res. 158) (H.R. 1105).—Providing for
  2, 2009.                                                    consideration of the bill (H.R. 1105) making omnibus
                                                              appropriations for the fiscal year ending September
H. Res. 167.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-        30, 2009, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules
  resentatives supporting the goals and ideals of Campus      Feb. 24, 2009; Rept. 111–20. House Calendar. Passed
  Fire Safety Month, and for other purposes. Referred         House Feb. 25, 2009; Roll No. 85: 398–24.
  to Education and Labor Feb. 12, 2009. Rules sus-
  pended. Passed House Oct. 6, 2009.                        H. Res. 189.—Raising a question of the privileges of the
                                                              House. Laid on table Feb. 25, 2009; Roll No. 87:
H. Res. 168 (H.R. 1).—Providing for consideration of the      226–182.
  conference report to accompany the bill (H.R. 1) mak-
  ing supplemental appropriations for job preservation H. Res. 190 (H.R. 1106).—Providing for consideration of
  and creation, infrastructure investment, energy effi-       the bill (H.R. 1106) to prevent mortgage foreclosures
  ciency and science, assistance to the unemployed, and       and enhance mortgage credit availability. Reported
  State and local fiscal stabilization, for the fiscal year   from Rules Feb. 25, 2009; Rept. 111–21. House Cal-
  ending September 30, 2009, and for other purposes.          endar. Passed House Feb. 26, 2009; Roll No. 89:
  Reported from Rules Feb. 13 (Legislative day of Feb.        224–198.
  12), 2009; Rept. 111–17. House Calendar. Passed
  House Feb. 13, 2009; Roll No. 67: 231–194.                H. Res. 192 (H. Res. 1261).—Recognizing National
                                                              Nurses Week on May 6 through May 12, 2009. Re-
H. Res. 171.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-        ferred to Energy and Commerce Feb. 25, 2009. Rules
  resentatives on the need for constitutional reform in       suspended. Passed House May 12, 2009.
  Bosnia and Herzegovina and the importance of sus-
  tained United States engagement in partnership with H. Res. 194.—Supporting the goals of International
  the European Union (EU). Referred to Foreign Affairs        Women’s Day. Referred to Foreign Affairs and in addi-
  Feb. 13, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-         tion to the Judiciary Feb. 26, 2009. Rules suspended.
  ed May 12, 2009.                                            Passed House amended Mar. 11, 2009.
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H. Res. 195.—Recognizing and honoring the employees H. Res. 211 (H. Res. 1174).—Supporting the goals and
  of the Department of Homeland Security on its sixth      ideals of National Women’s History Month. Referred
  anniversary for their continuous efforts to keep the     to Oversight and Government Reform Mar. 5, 2009.
  Nation safe. Referred to Homeland Security Feb. 26,      Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 17, 2009; Roll
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 4, 2009;        No. 129: 418–0.
  Roll No. 95: 418–0.
                                                         H. Res. 212.—Raising a question of the privileges of the
H. Res. 196.—Congratulating the University of Ten-         House. Laid on table Mar. 5, 2009; Roll No. 105:
  nessee women’s basketball team (the ‘‘Lady Vols’’) and   222–181.
  Head Coach Pat Summitt on her 1000th victory. Re-
  ferred to Education and Labor Feb. 26, 2009. Consid- H. Res. 214.—Recognizing the efforts of the countless
  ered under suspension of rules June 2, 2009. Rules       volunteers who helped the Commonwealth of Kentucky
  suspended. Passed House June 4, 2009; Roll No. 303:      recover from the ice storm of January 2009. Referred
  417–0.                                                   to Oversight and Government Reform Mar. 5, 2009.
                                                           Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 21, 2009.
H. Res. 197.—To commend the American Sail Training
  Association for its advancement of character building
                                                         H. Res. 215.—Congratulating the Minority Business De-
  under sail and for its advancement of international
                                                           velopment Agency on its 40th anniversary and com-
  goodwill. Referred to Transportation and Infrastruc-
                                                           mending its achievements in fostering the establish-
  ture and in addition to Foreign Affairs Feb. 26, 2009.
                                                           ment and growth of minority businesses in the United
  Reported amended from Transportation and Infra-
                                                           States. Referred to Financial Services and in addition
  structure Apr. 13, 2010; Rept. 111–460, Pt. I. Foreign
                                                           to Small Business Mar. 5, 2009. Rules suspended.
  Affairs discharged Apr. 13, 2010. House Calendar.
                                                           Passed House Sept. 15, 2009.
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Apr. 14,
  2010.
                                                         H. Res. 218.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
H. Res. 201.—Recognizing Beverly Eckert’s service to the   rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
  Nation and particularly to the survivors and families    lutions reported from the Committee on Rules. Re-
  of the September 11, 2001, attacks. Referred to Home-    ported from Rules Mar. 5, 2009; Rept. 111–24. House
  land Security Mar. 2, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed      Calendar. Laid on the table pursuant to H. Res. 235
  House Mar. 4, 2009; Roll No. 94: 419–0.                  Mar. 12, 2009.

H. Res. 204.—Congratulating the American Dental Asso- H. Res. 219 (H.J. Res. 38).—Providing for consideration
  ciation for its 150th year of working to improve the        of the joint resolution (H.J.Res. 38) making further
  public’s oral health and promoting dentistry, sup-          continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 2009, and
  porting initiatives to improve access to oral health care   for other purposes. Reported from Rules Mar. 6, 2009;
  services for all Americans, and emphasizing the bene-       Rept. 111–25. House Calendar. Laid on the table pur-
  fits of prevention of disease through support of commu-     suant to H. Res. 235 Mar. 12, 2009.
  nity prevention initiatives and promotion of good oral
  hygiene. Referred to Energy and Commerce Mar. 3, H. Res. 222.—Congratulating the National Assessment
  2009. Considered under suspension of rules May 12,          Governing Board on its 20th Anniversary in measuring
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House May 13, 2009;           student academic achievement. Referred to Education
  Roll No. 253: 424–0.                                        and Labor Mar. 9, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                              House Mar. 9, 2009; Roll No. 111: 388–9.
H. Res. 205 (H.R. 1106).—Providing for further consider-
  ation of the bill (H.R. 1106) to prevent mortgage fore- H. Res. 223.—Honoring the life, achievements, and con-
  closures and enhance mortgage credit availability. Re-      tributions of Paul Harvey, affectionately known for his
  ported from Rules Mar. 4, 2009; Rept. 111–23. House         signature line, ‘‘This is Paul Harvey. . .Good Day’’.
  Calendar. Passed House Mar. 5, 2009; Roll No. 97:           Referred to Oversight and Government Reform Mar.
  239–181.                                                    9, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar.
                                                              30, 2009.
H. Res. 209.—Commemorating the 80th anniversary of
  the Daughters of Penelope, a preeminent international
                                                            H. Res. 224.—Supporting the designation of Pi Day, and
  women’s association and affiliate organization of the
                                                              for other purposes. Referred to Science and Technology
  American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association
                                                              Mar. 9, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules
  (AHEPA). Referred to Oversight and Government Re-
                                                              Mar. 11, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar.
  form Mar. 4, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                              12, 2009; Roll No. 124: 391–10.
  amended Oct. 13, 2009.

H. Res. 210.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep- H. Res. 226.—Recognizing the plight of the Tibetan peo-
  resentatives that providing breakfast in schools       ple on the 50th anniversary of His Holiness the Dalai
  through the National School Breakfast Program has      Lama being forced into exile and calling for a sus-
  a positive impact on classroom performance. Referred   tained multilateral effort to bring about a durable and
  to Education and Labor Mar. 4, 2009. Rules sus-        peaceful solution to the Tibet issue. Referred to For-
  pended. Passed House Mar. 9, 2009; Roll No. 110:       eign Affairs Mar. 9, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  383–11.                                                House Mar. 11, 2009; Roll No. 121: 422–1.
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H. Res. 228.—Raising a question of the privileges of the H. Res. 251.—Directing the Secretary of the Treasury
  House. Laid on table Mar. 10, 2009; Roll No. 113:          to transmit to the House of Representatives all infor-
  228–184.                                                   mation in his possession relating to specific commu-
                                                             nications with American International Group, Inc.
                                                             (AIG). Referred to Financial Services Mar. 17, 2009.
H. Res. 229.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
                                                             Reported Apr. 23, 2009; Rept. 111–84.
  rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
                                                           House Calendar ......................................................House 45
  lutions reported from the Committee on Rules, and
  for other purposes. Reported from Rules Mar. 10, 2009;
                                                           H. Res. 252.—Calling upon the President to ensure that
  Rept. 111–35. House Calendar. Laid on the table pur-
                                                             the foreign policy of the United States reflects appro-
  suant to H. Res. 235 Mar. 12, 2009.
                                                             priate understanding and sensitivity concerning issues
                                                             related to human rights, ethnic cleansing, and geno-
H. Res. 230.—Recognizing the historical significance of      cide documented in the United States record relating
  the Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo. Referred to          to the Armenian Genocide, and for other purposes.
  Foreign Affairs Mar. 10, 2009. Rules suspended.            Referred to Foreign Affairs Mar. 17, 2009. Reported
  Passed House amended May 4, 2009; Roll No. 229:            Sept. 22, 2010; Rept. 111–622.
  395–0.                                                   House Calendar ....................................................House 240

                                                                    H. Res. 254.—Recognizing the designation of March 2009
H. Res. 232.—Recognizing and commending the Toys for
                                                                      as Irish American Heritage Month and honoring the
  Tots Literacy Program for its contributions in raising
                                                                      significance of Irish Americans in the history and
  awareness of illiteracy, promoting children’s literacy,
                                                                      progress of the United States. Referred to Oversight
  and fighting poverty through the support of literacy.
                                                                      and Government Reform Mar. 17, 2009. Rules sus-
  Referred to Education and Labor Mar. 10, 2009. Con-
                                                                      pended. Passed House amended Apr. 21, 2009.
  sidered under suspension of rules June 2, 2009. Rules
  suspended. Passed House June 4, 2009.
                                                        H. Res. 257.—Providing for consideration of motions to
                                                          suspend the rules. Reported from Rules Mar. 18, 2009;
H. Res. 234.—Expressing support for designation of a      Rept. 111–40. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 19,
  ‘‘Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day’’. Referred to      2009.
  Veterans’ Affairs Mar. 10, 2009. Rules suspended.
  Passed House Mar. 24, 2009.                           H. Res. 259.—Expressing the gratitude and appreciation
                                                          of the House of Representatives for the acts of heroism
                                                          and military achievement by the members of the
H. Res. 235 (H. Res. 218) (H. Res. 219) (H. Res. 229)
                                                          United States Armed Forces who participated in the
  (H.R. 1262).—Providing for consideration of the bill
                                                          June 6, 1944, amphibious landing at Normandy,
  (H.R. 1262) to amend the Federal Water Pollution Con-
                                                          France, and commending them for leadership and
  trol Act to authorize appropriations for State water
                                                          valor in an operation that helped bring an end to
  pollution control revolving funds, and for other pur-
                                                          World War II. Referred to Armed Services Mar. 18,
  poses. Reported from Rules Mar. 11, 2009; Rept.
                                                          2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended June
  111–36. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 12, 2009.
                                                          2, 2009.

H. Res. 237.—Electing a Member to a certain standing H. Res. 260.—Supporting efforts to reduce infant mor-
  committee of the House of Representatives. Passed     tality in the United States. Referred to Energy and
  House Mar. 12, 2009.                                  Commerce Mar. 18, 2009. Considered under suspen-
                                                        sion of rules Sept. 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                        House amended Sept. 16, 2009; Roll No. 704: 415–0.
H. Res. 240 (H. Res. 1167).—To support the goals and
  ideals of Professional Social Work Month and World
                                                      H. Res. 265.—Raising a question of the privileges of the
  Social Work Day. Referred to Education and Labor
                                                        House. Laid on table Mar. 19, 2009; Roll No. 141:
  Mar. 12, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
                                                        226–180.
  ed Mar. 17, 2009; Roll No. 128: 421–0.
                                                                    H. Res. 266.—Celebrating 90 years of United States-Pol-
H. Res. 247.—Expressing support for designation of                    ish diplomatic relations, during which Poland has
  March 22, 2009, as ‘‘National Rehabilitation Coun-                  proven to be an exceptionally strong partner to the
  selors Appreciation Day’’. Referred to Education and                United States in advancing freedom around the world.
  Labor Mar. 16, 2009. Considered under suspension of                 Referred to Foreign Affairs Mar. 19, 2009. Rules sus-
  rules Apr. 22, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House                  pended. Passed House amended Oct. 14, 2009.
  Apr. 23, 2009.
                                                                    H. Res. 267.—Recognizing the cultural and historical sig-
                                                                      nificance of Nowruz, expressing appreciation to Ira-
H. Res. 250 (H.R. 1388).—Providing for consideration of
                                                                      nian-Americans for their contributions to society, and
  the bill (H.R. 1388) to reauthorize and reform the na-
                                                                      wishing Iranian-Americans and the people of Iran a
  tional service laws. Reported from Rules Mar. 17,
                                                                      prosperous new year. Referred to Oversight and Gov-
  2009; Rept. 111–39. House Calendar. Passed House
                                                                      ernment Reform Mar. 19, 2009. Rules suspended.
  Mar. 18, 2009; Roll No. 132: 248–174.
                                                                      Passed House Mar. 15, 2010; Roll No. 115: 384–2.
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H. Res. 269.—Supporting the goals of Motorcycle Safety H. Res. 283.—Honoring the life, achievements, and con-
  Awareness Month. Referred to Transportation and In-          tributions of Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig. Referred
  frastructure Mar. 19, 2009. Reported Apr. 21, 2009;          to Foreign Affairs Mar. 24, 2009. Rules suspended.
  Rept. 111–79. House Calendar. Rules suspended.               Passed House amended May 4, 2009.
  Passed House May 5, 2009.
                                                             H. Res. 285.—Congratulating the people of the Republic
H. Res. 270.—Recognizing the establishment of Hunters          of Lithuania on the 1000th anniversary of Lithuania
  for the Hungry programs across the United States and         and celebrating the rich history of Lithuania. Referred
  the contributions of those programs efforts to decrease      to Foreign Affairs Mar. 24, 2009. Considered under
  hunger and help feed those in need. Referred to Agri-        suspension of rules July 22, 2009. Rules suspended.
  culture Mar. 19, 2009. Considered under suspension           Passed House July 24, 2009.
  of rules July 20, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  July 21, 2009; Roll No. 600: 418–1.                        H. Res. 286.—Raising a question of the privileges of the
                                                               House. Laid on table Mar. 25, 2009; Roll No. 155:
H. Res. 273.—Recognizing the 188th anniversary of the          223–182.
  independence of Greece and celebrating Greek and
  American democracy. Referred to Foreign Affairs Mar. H. Res. 288.—Recognizing the importance of park and
  19, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules Mar.          recreation facilities and expressing support for the des-
  24, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 25,             ignation of the month of July as ‘‘National Park and
  2009; Roll No. 154: 423–0.                                   Recreation Month’’. Referred to Natural Resources
                                                               Mar. 26, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House July
H. Res. 274.—Expressing support for designation of             27, 2009.
  March as National Nutrition Month. Referred to En-
  ergy and Commerce Mar. 23, 2009. Rules suspended. H. Res. 289 (H. Res. 296).—Waiving a requirement of
  Passed House Feb. 23, 2010.                                  clause 6(a) of rule XIII with respect to consideration
                                                               of certain resolutions reported from the Committee on
H. Res. 277.—Electing a minority member to a certain           Rules. Reported from Rules Mar. 26, 2009; Rept.
  standing committee. Passed House Mar. 24, 2009.              111–57. House Calendar. Laid on the table pursuant
                                                               to H. Res. 296 Mar. 31, 2009.
H. Res. 279 (H. Res. 294).—Providing for the expenses
  of certain committees of the House of Representatives H. Res. 290.—Honoring the lives, and mourning the loss,
  in the One Hundred Eleventh Congress. Referred to            of Sergeant Mark Dunakin, Sergeant Ervin Romans,
  House Administration Mar. 24, 2009. Reported amend-          Sergeant Daniel Sakai, and Officer John Hege, mem-
  ed Mar. 27, 2009; Rept. 111–59. House Calendar.              bers of the Oakland Police Department in California
  Passed House amended Mar. 31, 2009; Roll No. 172:            who were brutally slain in the line of duty. Referred
  288–136.                                                     to the Judiciary Mar. 26, 2009. Considered under sus-
                                                               pension of rules Mar. 31, 2009. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 280 (H.R. 146).—Providing for consideration of         Passed House Apr. 1, 2009; Roll No. 179: 417–0.
  the Senate amendments to the bill (H.R. 146) to estab-
  lish a battlefield acquisition grant program for the ac- H. Res. 291.—Recognizing the crucial role of assistance
  quisition and protection of nationally significant battle-   dogs in helping wounded veterans live more inde-
  fields and associated sites of the Revolutionary War         pendent lives, expressing gratitude to The Tower of
  and the War of 1812, and for other purposes. Reported        Hope, and supporting the goals and ideals of creating
  from Rules Mar. 24, 2009; Rept. 111–51. House Cal-           a Tower of Hope Day. Referred to Veterans’ Affairs
  endar. Passed House Mar. 25, 2009; Roll No. 151:             Mar. 26, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov.
  247–177.                                                     2, 2009; Roll No. 833: 351–0.

H. Res. 281 (H.R. 1404).—Providing for consideration of H. Res. 294 (H. Res. 279).—Providing for consideration
  the bill (H.R. 1404) to authorize a supplemental fund-  of the resolution (H.Res. 279) providing for the ex-
  ing source for catastrophic emergency wildland fire     penses of certain committees of the House of Rep-
  suppression activities on Department of the Interior    resentatives in the One Hundred Eleventh Congress.
  and National Forest System lands, to require the Sec-   Reported from Rules Mar. 30, 2009; Rept. 111–63.
  retary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 31, 2009.
  to develop a cohesive wildland fire management strat-
  egy, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Mar. H. Res. 295.—Raising a question of the privileges of the
  24, 2009; Rept. 111–52. House Calendar. Passed House    House. Laid on table Mar. 30, 2009; Roll No. 163:
  Mar. 25, 2009; Roll No. 156: 248–175.                   210–173.

H. Res. 282.—Recognizing the 30th anniversary of the H. Res. 296 (H.R. 1388) (H. Res. 289).—Providing for
  peace treaty between Egypt and Israel. Referred to   consideration of the Senate amendments to the bill
  Foreign Affairs Mar. 24, 2009. Considered under sus- (H.R. 1388) to reauthorize and reform the national
  pension of rules Mar. 30, 2009. Rules suspended.     service laws. Reported from Rules Mar. 30, 2009; Rept.
  Passed House amended Mar. 31, 2009; Roll No. 168:    111–67. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 31, 2009;
  418–1.                                               Roll No. 166: 240–173.
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H. Res. 297 (H. Res. 1325).—Recognizing May 25, 2009, H. Res. 309.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
  as National Missing Children’s Day. Referred to Edu-      resentatives that North Korea should immediately stop
  cation and Labor Mar. 30, 2009. Considered under sus-     any hostile rhetoric and activity towards the Republic
  pension of rules May 18, 2009. Rules suspended.           of Korea and engage in mutual dialogue to enhance
  Passed House May 20, 2009; Roll No. 278: 423–0.           inter-Korean relations. Referred to Foreign Affairs
                                                            Mar. 31, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
                                                            ed June 15, 2009.
H. Res. 298.—Congratulating the on-premise sign indus-
  try for its contributions to the success of small busi- H. Res. 311.—Expressing the support of the House of
  nesses. Referred to Small Business Mar. 30, 2009.         Representatives for the goals and ideals of Red Cross
  Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 1, 2009.               Month. Referred to Foreign Affairs Mar. 31, 2009.
                                                            Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 16, 2010; Roll
H. Res. 299 (H. Res. 1247).—Expressing the sense of         No. 117: 417–0.
  the House of Representatives that public servants
  should be commended for their dedication and contin- H. Res. 312.—Raising a question of the privileges of the
  ued service to the Nation during Public Service Rec-      House. Laid on table Apr. 1, 2009; Roll No. 175:
  ognition Week, May 4 through 10, 2009, and through-       217–185.
  out the year. Referred to Oversight and Government
  Reform Mar. 30, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House H. Res. 313.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
  May 5, 2009; Roll No. 231: 419–0.                         tional Public Works Week, and for other purposes. Re-
                                                            ferred to Transportation and Infrastructure Apr. 1,
                                                            2009. Reported Apr. 21, 2009; Rept. 111–80. House
H. Res. 300.—Congratulating Camp Dudley YMCA of             Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House May 5,
  Westport, New York, on the occasion of its 125th anni-    2009.
  versary. Referred to Education and Labor Mar. 30,
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended May H. Res. 314.—Honoring and saluting Hillerich & Bradsby
  18, 2009; Roll No. 267: 388–0.                            Co. on the 125th anniversary of the Louisville Slugger.
                                                            Referred to Energy and Commerce Apr. 1, 2009. Rules
                                                            suspended. Passed House Sept. 30, 2009.
H. Res. 303.—Dismissing the election contest relating
  to the office of Representative from the First Congres- H. Res. 316 (H. Con. Res. 85) (S. Con. Res. 13).—Pro-
  sional District of Hawaii. Reported from House Admin-     viding for further consideration of the concurrent reso-
  istration Mar. 31, 2009; Rept. 111–68. House Calendar.    lution (H. Con. Res. 85) setting forth the congressional
  Passed House Mar. 31, 2009.                               budget for the United States Government for fiscal
                                                            year 2010 and including the appropriate budgetary lev-
H. Res. 304.—Electing Members to the Joint Committee        els for fiscal years 2009 and 2011 through 2014. Re-
  on Printing and the Joint Committee of Congress on        ported from Rules Apr. 1, 2009; Rept. 111–73. House
  the Library. Passed House Mar. 31, 2009.                  Calendar. Passed House Apr. 2, 2009; Roll No. 184:
                                                            242–182.
H. Res. 305 (H. Con. Res. 85).—Providing for consider- H. Res. 317.—Recognizing the region from Manhattan,
  ation of the concurrent resolution (H. Con. Res. 85)       Kansas, to Columbia, Missouri, as the Kansas City
  setting forth the congressional budget for the United      Animal Health Corridor, and for other purposes. Re-
  States Government for fiscal year 2010 and including       ferred to Agriculture Apr. 1, 2009. Rules suspended.
  the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2009     Passed House Sept. 15, 2009; Roll No. 700: 312–108.
  and 2011 through 2014. Reported from Rules Mar. 31,
  2009; Rept. 111–70. House Calendar. Passed House H. Res. 320.—Honoring the Life and achievements of
  Apr. 1, 2009; Roll No. 176: 234–179.                       Dr. John Hope Franklin. Referred to Oversight and
                                                             Government Reform Apr. 2, 2009. Rules suspended.
                                                             Passed House Apr. 21, 2009.
H. Res. 306 (H.R. 1664).—Providing for consideration of
  the bill (H.R. 1664) to amend the executive compensa- H. Res. 329.—Recognizing the anniversary of the tragic
  tion provisions of the Emergency Economic Stabiliza-       accident of the steamboat ship SS Sultana. Referred
  tion Act of 2008 to prohibit unreasonable and excessive    to Armed Services Apr. 2, 2009. Rules suspended.
  compensation and compensation not based on perform-        Passed House amended Apr. 27, 2009; Roll No. 207:
  ance standards. Reported from Rules Mar. 31, 2009;         393–0.
  Rept. 111–71. House Calendar. Passed House Apr. 1,
  2009; Roll No. 177: 236–175.                             H. Res. 335.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
                                                             tional Volunteer Week. Referred to Education and
H. Res. 307 (H.R. 1256) (H.R. 1804).—Providing for con-      Labor Apr. 21, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  sideration of the bill (H.R. 1256) to protect the public   Apr. 27, 2009; Roll No. 209: 396–0.
  health by providing the Food and Drug Administration
  with certain authority to regulate tobacco products. H. Res. 336 (H. Res. 1222).—Supporting the goals and
  Reported from Rules Mar. 31, 2009; Rept. 111–72.           ideals of National Library Week. Referred to Education
  House Calendar. Passed House Apr. 1, 2009.                 and Labor Apr. 21, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                             House Apr. 22, 2009.
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H. Res. 337 (H. Res. 1293).—Supporting the observance H. Res. 350.—Honoring the life and accomplishments of
  of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and for     Harry Kalas for his invaluable contributions to the
  other purposes. Referred to Education and Labor Apr.  national past-time of baseball, the community, and the
  21, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules Apr.   Nation. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  27, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 29,      Apr. 21, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules
  2009.                                                 July 21, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House July
                                                        23, 2009; Roll No. 619: 426–0.
H. Res. 338.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
  tional Community College Month. Referred to Edu- H. Res. 352 (H.R. 1145).—Providing for consideration of
  cation and Labor Apr. 21, 2009. Rules suspended.           the bill (H.R. 1145) to implement a National Water
  Passed House May 5, 2009; Roll No. 232: 424–0.             Research and Development Initiative, and for other
                                                             purposes. Reported from Rules Apr. 22, 2009; Rept.
                                                             111–82. House Calendar. Passed House Apr. 23, 2009.
H. Res. 339.—Expressing the sense of the United States
  House of Represensatives regarding the hijacking of H. Res. 353 (H. Res. 1240).—Supporting the goals and
  the Maersk Alabama, the kidnapping of Captain Rich-        ideals of Global Youth Service Days. Referred to Edu-
  ard Phillips by Somali pirates, the rescue of Captain      cation and Labor Apr. 22, 2009. Rules suspended.
  Phillips by United States Navy SEALs and the crews         Passed House May 5, 2009; Roll No. 233: 424–0.
  of the USS Bainbridge, USS Boxer, USS Halyburton
  and Patrol Squadron (VP) 8, and for other purposes. H. Res. 356.—Expressing support for the designation of
  Referred to Armed Services Apr. 21, 2009. Rules sus-       February 8, 2010, as ‘‘Boy Scouts of America Day’’,
  pended. Passed House Apr. 22, 2009.                        in celebration of the Nation’s largest youth scouting
                                                             organization’s 100th anniversary. Referred to Over-
H. Res. 340.—Expressing sympathy to the victims, fami-       sight and Government Reform Apr. 23, 2009. Rules
  lies, and friends of the tragic act of violence at the     suspended. Passed House June 8, 2009.
  American Civic Association in Binghamton, New York.
  Referred to Oversight and Government Reform Apr. H. Res. 357.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Finan-
  21, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 28,           cial Literacy Month 2009, and for other purposes. Re-
  2009.                                                      ferred to Financial Services Apr. 23, 2009. Considered
                                                             under suspension of rules Apr. 28, 2009. Rules sus-
                                                             pended. Passed House Apr. 29, 2009; Roll No. 217:
H. Res. 341.—Expressing heartfelt sympathy for the vic-      419–3.
  tims and families of the shootings in Geneva and Cof-
  fee Counties in Alabama, on March 10, 2009. Referred H. Res. 359.—Providing for the consideration of the reso-
  to Oversight and Government Reform Apr. 21, 2009.          lution (H. Res. 251) directing the Secretary of the
  Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 28, 2009.               Treasury to transmit to the House of Representatives
                                                             all information in his possession relating to specific
H. Res. 342.—Expressing support for designation of May       communications with American International Group,
  2, 2009, as ‘‘Vietnamese Refugees Day’’. Referred to       Inc. (AIG). Referred to Rules Apr. 23, 2009. Discharge
  Oversight and Government Reform Apr. 21, 2009.             petition filed May 7, 2009; Pet. 111–3.
  Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 28, 2009.
                                                           H. Res. 360.—Urging all Americans and people of all
                                                             nationalities to visit the national cemeteries, memo-
H. Res. 344.—Commending the University of Connecticut        rials, and markers on Memorial Day. Referred to Vet-
  Huskies for their historic win in the 2009 National        erans’ Affairs Apr. 23, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Women’s         House May 19, 2009; Roll No. 272: 422–0.
  Basketball Tournament. Referred to Education and
  Labor Apr. 21, 2009. Considered under suspension of H. Res. 361.—Recognizing the historical significance of
  rules Apr. 27, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House         Historic Virginia Key Beach Park of Miami, Florida.
  Apr. 28, 2009; Roll No. 211: 425–0.                        Referred to Natural Resources Apr. 23, 2009. Rules
                                                             suspended. Passed House amended Sept. 8, 2009.
H. Res. 347.—Congratulating Averett University in
  Danville, Virginia, for 150 years of service and leader- H. Res. 362.—Expressing the support of the House of
  ship to the United States. Referred to Education and       Representatives for the goals and ideals of the Na-
  Labor Apr. 21, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House         tional School Lunch Program. Referred to Education
  May 18, 2009.                                              and Labor Apr. 23, 2009. Considered under suspension
                                                             of rules Mar. 2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                             amended Mar. 4, 2010; Roll No. 89: 403–13.
H. Res. 348.—Congratulating the University of North
  Carolina men’s basketball team for winning the 2009 H. Res. 365.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
  NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball National Cham-            rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
  pionship. Referred to Education and Labor Apr. 21,         lutions reported from the Committee on Rules. Re-
  2009. Considered under suspension of rules May 5,          ported from Rules Apr. 27, 2009; Rept. 111–87. House
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House May 6, 2009;           Calendar. Passed House Apr. 28, 2009; Roll No. 212:
  Roll No. 236: 423–0.                                       233–191.
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H. Res. 366.—Recognizing the 40th anniversary of the H. Res. 377.—Recognizing Armed Forces Day and the
  National Eye Institute (NEI) and expressing support   exemplary service of the members of the United States
  for designation of 2010 through 2020 as the ‘‘Decade  Armed Forces. Referred to Armed Services Apr. 29,
  of Vision’’. Referred to Energy and Commerce Apr. 27, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules May 13,
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House June 16, 2009;    2009. Rules suspended. Passed House May 14, 2009;
  Roll No. 349: 411–0.                                  Roll No. 263: 420–0.

H. Res. 367 (H. Res. 1301).—Supporting the goals and H. Res. 378.—Recognizing the 30th anniversary of the
  ideals of National Train Day. Referred to Transpor-         election of Margaret Thatcher as the first female
  tation and Infrastructure Apr. 27, 2009. Considered         Prime Minister of Great Britain. Referred to Foreign
  under suspension of rules May 5, 2009. Rules sus-           Affairs Apr. 29, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  pended. Passed House May 6, 2009; Roll No. 234:             amended May 12, 2009; Roll No. 245: 339–64.
  426–0.
                                                            H. Res. 379 (H.R. 627).—Providing for further consider-
H. Res. 368.—Congratulating the University of Iowa            ation of the bill (H.R. 627) to amend the Truth in
  Hawkeyes wrestling team on winning the 2009 NCAA            Lending Act to establish fair and transparent practices
  Division I National Wrestling Championships. Referred       relating to the extension of credit under an open end
  to Education and Labor Apr. 27, 2009. Rules sus-            consumer credit plan, and for other purposes. Reported
  pended. Passed House amended Oct. 26, 2009; Roll            from Rules Apr. 29, 2009; Rept. 111–92. House Cal-
  No. 814: 367–1.                                             endar. Passed House Apr. 30, 2009; Roll No. 224:
                                                              249–175.
H. Res. 370.—Expressing support for designation of April
  27, 2009, as ‘‘National Healthy Schools Day’’. Referred H. Res. 381.—Electing Members to certain standing com-
  to Oversight and Government Reform Apr. 27, 2009.           mittees of the House of Representatives. Passed House
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended May 12,               Apr. 30, 2009.
  2009.
                                                            H. Res. 382 (H. Res. 1149).—Supporting the goals and
H. Res. 371 (S. Con. Res. 13).—Providing for consider-        ideals of National Charter Schools Week, to be held
  ation of the conference report to accompany the concur-     May 3 through May 9, 2009. Referred to Education
  rent resolution (S. Con. Res. 13) setting forth the con-    and Labor Apr. 30, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  gressional budget for the United States Government          House May 5, 2009.
  for fiscal year 2010, revising the appropriate budgetary
  levels for fiscal year 2009, and setting forth the appro- H. Res. 385.—Celebrating the life of Millard Fuller, a
  priate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2011 through       life which provides all the evidence one needs to be-
  2014. Reported from Rules Apr. 28, 2009; Rept.              lieve in the power of the human spirit to inspire hope
  111–90. House Calendar. Passed House amended Apr.           and lift the burdens of poverty and despair from the
  28, 2009; Roll No. 214: 234–185.                            shoulders of one’s fellow man. Referred to Financial
                                                              Services Apr. 30, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
H. Res. 372 (H.R. 1913).—Providing for consideration of       June 9, 2009.
  the bill (H.R. 1913) to provide Federal assistance to
  States, local jurisdictions, and Indian tribes to pros- H. Res. 386.—Commending the University of Georgia
  ecute hate crimes, and for other purposes. Reported         Gymnastics Team for winning the 2009 NCAA Na-
  from Rules Apr. 28, 2009; Rept. 111–91. House Cal-          tional Championship. Referred to Education and Labor
  endar. Passed House Apr. 29, 2009; Roll No. 220:            Apr. 30, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
  234–190.                                                    ed May 18, 2009.

H. Res. 373.—Expressing support for designation of the H. Res. 387 (H. Res. 1388).—Supporting the goals and
  month of September as ‘‘National Hydrocephalus             ideals of National Hurricane Preparedness Week. Re-
  Awareness Month’’. Referred to Oversight and Govern-       ferred to Science and Technology Apr. 30, 2009. Rules
  ment Reform Apr. 28, 2009. Considered under suspen-        suspended. Passed House May 12, 2009.
  sion of rules July 27, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  House July 29, 2009.                                     H. Res. 388 (H. Res. 1295).—Celebrating the role of
                                                             mothers in the United States and supporting the goals
H. Res. 374 (H. Res. 1312).—Recognizing the roles and        and ideals of Mother’s Day. Referred to Oversight and
  contributions of America’s teachers to building and en-    Government Reform Apr. 30, 2009. Rules suspended.
  hancing our Nation’s civic, cultural, and economic well-   Passed House May 12, 2009.
  being. Referred to Education and Labor Apr. 28, 2009.
  Considered under suspension of rules May 18, 2009. H. Res. 390.—Recognizing the Winston Churchill Memo-
  Rules suspended. Passed House May 20, 2009.                rial and Library in Fulton, Missouri, as ‘‘America’s
                                                             National Churchill Museum’’, and commending its ef-
H. Res. 375.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Work-        forts to recognize the importance of the historic legacy
  ers’ Memorial Day in order to honor and remember           of Sir Winston Churchill and to educate the people
  the workers who have been killed or injured in the         of the United States about his legacy of character,
  workplace. Referred to Education and Labor Apr. 28,        leadership, and citizenship. Referred to Education and
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Apr.           Labor Apr. 30, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  29, 2010.                                                  amended June 15, 2009.
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H. Res. 391 (H. Res. 1339).—Recognizing May as ‘‘Na- H. Res. 407.—Expressing support for designation of May
  tional Foster Care Month’’ and acknowledging that the     as ‘‘National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month’’.
  House of Representatives should continue to work to       Referred to Energy and Commerce May 6, 2009. Con-
  improve the Nation’s foster care system. Referred to      sidered under suspension of rules May 25, 2010. Rules
  Ways and Means Apr. 30, 2009. Rules suspended.            suspended. Passed House amended May 28, 2010.
  Passed House May 6, 2009.
                                                          H. Res. 408.—Recognizing the vital role family readiness
H. Res. 396.—Honoring the graduating Class of 2009          volunteers play in supporting service members and
  at the University of California, Merced. Referred to      their families. Referred to Armed Services May 6,
  Education and Labor May 4, 2009. Rules suspended.         2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 14, 2009.
  Passed House amended May 5, 2009.
                                                          H. Res. 410.—Recognizing the numerous contributions
H. Res. 398.—Recognizing the 60th anniversary of the        of the recreational boating community and the boating
  Berlin Airlift’s success. Referred to Veterans’ Affairs   industry to the continuing prosperity and affluence of
  and in addition to Armed Services May 4, 2009. Con-       the United States. Referred to Transportation and In-
  sidered under suspension of rules Nov. 2, 2009. Rules     frastructure May 6, 2009. Reported June 8, 2009; Rept.
  suspended. Passed House Nov. 3, 2009; Roll No. 836:       111–142. House Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed
  367–0.                                                    House June 9, 2009.

H. Res. 400 (H.R. 1728).—Providing for consideration of H. Res. 411.—Supporting the goals and ideals of the
  the bill (H.R. 1728) to amend the Truth in Lending      Intermediate Space Challenge in Mojave, California.
  Act to reform consumer mortgage practices and provide   Referred to Education and Labor May 6, 2009. Rules
  accountability for such practices, to provide certain   suspended. Passed House June 9, 2009.
  minimum standards for consumer mortgage loans, and
  for other purposes. Reported from Rules May 5, 2009; H. Res. 413.—Supporting the goals and ideals of ‘‘IEEE
  Rept. 111–96. House Calendar. Passed House May 6,       Engineering the Future’’ Day on May 13, 2009, and
  2009.                                                   for other purposes. Referred to Science and Technology
                                                          May 6, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House May 12,
H. Res. 401.—Honoring the life and recognizing the far-   2009; Roll No. 244: 409–0.
  reaching accomplishments of the Honorable Jack
  Kemp, Jr. Referred to House Administration May 5, H. Res. 415.—Commending the heroic efforts of the peo-
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House May 6, 2009.                              ple fighting the floods in North Dakota and Minnesota.
                                                                                Referred to Transportation and Infrastructure May 7,
                                                                                2009. Rules suspended. Passed House May 12, 2009.
H. Res. 403.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
  resentatives that there should be established a Na-
  tional Teacher Day to honor and celebrate teachers H. Res. 420 (H. Res. 1429).—Celebrating the symbol of
  in the United States. Referred to Oversight and Gov-                          the United States flag and supporting the goals and
  ernment Reform May 5, 2009. Considered under sus-                             ideals of Flag Day. Referred to Oversight and Govern-
  pension of rules May 18, 2010. Rules suspended.                               ment Reform May 7, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  Passed House amended May 19, 2010; Roll No. 281:                              House June 8, 2009; Roll No. 313: 391–0.
  405–2.
                                                                              H. Res. 421.—Recognizing and commending the Great
H. Res. 404.—Directing the Secretary of Homeland Secu-                          Smoky Mountains National Park on its 75th year anni-
  rity to transmit to the House of Representatives, not                         versary. Referred to Natural Resources May 7, 2009.
  later than 14 days after the date of the adoption of                          Rules suspended. Passed House June 2, 2009; Roll No.
  this resolution, copies of documents relating to the De-                      292: 392–1.
  partment of Homeland Security Intelligence Assess-
  ment titled, ‘‘Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic H. Res. 424.—Authorizing and directing the Committee
  and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in                                   on the Judiciary to inquire whether the House should
  Radicalization and Recruitment’’. Referred to Home-                           impeach Samuel B. Kent, a judge of the United States
  land Security May 6, 2009. Reported amended June                              District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Re-
  4, 2009; Rept. 111–134.                                                       ferred to Rules May 12, 2009. Committee discharged.
House Calendar ......................................................House 63   Passed House May 12, 2009.

H. Res. 406 (H.R. 1728).—Providing for further consider- H. Res. 425.—Raising a question of the privileges of the
  ation of the bill (H.R. 1728) to amend the Truth in      House. Laid on table May 12, 2009; Roll No. 243:
  Lending Act to reform consumer mortgage practices        215–182.
  and provide accountability for such practices, to pro-
  vide certain minimum standards for consumer mort- H. Res. 426.—Honoring police officers and law enforce-
  gage loans, and for other purposes. Reported from        ment professionals during Police Week. Referred to the
  Rules May 6, 2009; Rept. 111–98. House Calendar.         Judiciary May 12, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  Passed House May 7, 2009; Roll No. 237: 247–174.         House May 19, 2009.
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H. Res. 427 (H.R. 2187).—Providing for consideration of H. Res. 445.—Recognizing 100 years of military aviation
  the bill (H.R. 2187) to direct the Secretary of Edu-       and expressing continued support for military aviators
  cation to make grants to State educational agencies        of the United States Armed Forces. Referred to Armed
  for the modernization, renovation, or repair of public     Services May 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  school facilities, and for other purposes. Reported from   amended Oct. 14, 2009.
  Rules May 12, 2009; Rept. 111–106. House Calendar.
  Passed House May 13, 2009; Roll No. 246: 248–175. H. Res. 447.—Recognizing the remarkable contributions
                                                             of the American Council of Engineering Companies for
H. Res. 428 (H. Res. 1389).—Recognizing the immeas-          its 100 years of service to the engineering industry
  urable contributions of fathers in the healthy develop-    and the Nation. Referred to Science and Technology
  ment of children, supporting responsible fatherhood,       May 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.
                                                             9, 2009; Roll No. 690: 420–0.
  and encouraging greater involvement of fathers in the
  lives of their children, especially on Father’s Day. Re- H. Res. 448.—Congratulating the University of Cali-
  ferred to Education and Labor May 12, 2009. Rules          fornia, Davis, for a century as a premier public re-
  suspended. Passed House June 15, 2009.                     search university and one of our Nation’s finest insti-
                                                             tutions of higher education. Referred to Education and
H. Res. 430.—Expressing condolences to the citizens of       Labor May 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  Italy and support for the Government of Italy in the       May 18, 2009.
  aftermath of the devastating earthquake that struck
  the Abruzzo region of central Italy. Referred to Foreign H. Res. 449.—Of inquiry requesting the President to pro-
  Affairs May 12, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House        vide certain documents in his possession to the House
  amended June 15, 2009; Roll No. 336: 381–0.                of Representatives relating to the Environmental Pro-
                                                             tection Agency’s April proposed finding that green-
H. Res. 432 (H.R. 2101) (S. 454).—Providing for passage      house gas emissions are a danger to public health and
  of the bill (H.R. 2101) to promote reform and independ-    welfare. Referred to Energy and Commerce May 15,
  ence in the oversight of weapons system acquisition        2009. Reported June 12, 2009; Rept. 111–146.
  by the Department of Defense, and for other purposes. House Calendar ......................................................House 70
  Rules suspended. Passed House May 13, 2009; Roll
  No. 252: 428–0.                                          H. Res. 450.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
                                                             rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
H. Res. 434 (H.R. 2346).—Providing for consideration of      lutions reported from the Committee on Rules. Re-
  the bill (H.R. 2346) making supplemental appropria-        ported from Rules May 18, 2009; Rept. 111–113. House
  tions for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2009,       Calendar. Laid on the table pursuant to H. Res. 456
  and for other purposes. Reported from Rules May 13,        May 20, 2009.
  2009; Rept. 111–107. House Calendar. Passed House H. Res. 453 (H. Res. 1338).—Recognizing the significant
  May 14, 2009; Roll No. 262: 247–178.                     accomplishments of the AmeriCorps and encouraging
                                                           all citizens to join in a national effort to salute
H. Res. 435 (H. Res. 1316).—Celebrating Asian Pacific      AmeriCorps members and alumni, and raise awareness
  American Heritage Month. Referred to Oversight and       about the importance of national and community serv-
  Government Reform May 13, 2009. Rules suspended.         ice. Referred to Education and Labor May 18, 2009.
  Passed House amended June 8, 2009.                       Rules suspended. Passed House June 10, 2009; Roll
                                                           No. 318: 359–60.
H. Res. 437 (H. Res. 1258).—Supporting the goals and
  ideals of Mental Health Month. Referred to Energy H. Res. 454.—Recognizing the 25th anniversary of the
  and Commerce May 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed       National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
  House amended June 3, 2009.                              Referred to Education and Labor May 18, 2009. Con-
                                                           sidered under suspension of rules June 9, 2009. Rules
H. Res. 438 (H. Res. 1219).—Expressing support for des-    suspended. Passed House June 10, 2009; Roll No. 319:
  ignation of September as ‘‘National Child Awareness      419–0.
  Month’’. Referred to Education and Labor May 14,
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House May 18, 2009. H. Res. 455.—Congratulating the Wichita State Univer-
                                                           sity men’s and women’s bowling teams for winning
H. Res. 441.—Honoring the historical contributions of      the 2009 United States Bowling Congress Intercolle-
  Catholic sisters in the United States. Referred to Over- giate Bowling National Championship. Referred to
  sight and Government Reform May 14, 2009. Rules          Education and Labor May 18, 2009. Rules suspended.
  suspended. Passed House amended Sept. 22, 2009; Roll     Passed House amended Sept. 23, 2009.
  No. 720: 412–0.                                                  H. Res. 456 (H.R. 627) (H. Res. 450).—Providing for the
                                                                     consideration of the Senate amendment to the bill
H. Res. 442.—Recognizing the importance of the Child                 (H.R. 627) to amend the Truth in Lending Act to estab-
  and Adult Care Food Program and its positive effect                lish fair and transparent practices relating to the ex-
  on the lives of low income children and families. Re-              tension of credit under an open end consumer credit
  ferred to Education and Labor May 14, 2009. Rules                  plan, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules May
  suspended. Passed House May 18, 2009; Roll No. 269:                19, 2009; Rept. 111–120. House Calendar. Passed
  377–10.                                                            House May 20, 2009; Roll No. 273: 247–180.
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H. Res. 457 (H.R. 2352).—Providing for consideration of H. Res. 471.—Expressing sympathy to the victims, fami-
  the bill (H.R. 2352) to amend the Small Business Act,      lies, and friends of the tragic act of violence at the
  and for other purposes. Reported from Rules May 19,        combat stress clinic at Camp Liberty, Iraq, on May
  2009; Rept. 111–121. House Calendar. Passed House          11, 2009. Referred to Armed Services May 21, 2009.
  May 20, 2009; Roll No. 275: 247–175.                       Considered under suspension of rules June 2, 2009.
                                                             Rules suspended. Passed House amended June 3,
H. Res. 459.—Expressing support for designation of ‘‘Na-     2009; Roll No. 299: 416–0.
  tional Safety Month’’. Referred to Education and Labor
  May 19, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.
                                                           H. Res. 472.—Congratulating and saluting the seventieth
  14, 2009; Roll No. 697: 386–0.
                                                             anniversary of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Associa-
                                                             tion (AOPA) and their dedication to general aviation,
H. Res. 460.—Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R.   safety and the important contribution general aviation
  2194) to amend the Iran Sanctions Act of 1996 to           provides to the United States. Referred to Transpor-
  enhance United States diplomatic efforts with respect      tation and Infrastructure May 21, 2009. Reported June
  to Iran by expanding economic sanctions against Iran.      8, 2009; Rept. 111–141. House Calendar. Rules sus-
  Referred to Rules May 20, 2009. Discharge petition         pended. Passed House June 9, 2009.
  filed July 15, 2009; Pet. 111–4.

H. Res. 461.—Honoring Sentinels of Freedom and com- H. Res. 474 (H.R. 2200).—Providing for consideration of
  mending the dedication, commitment, and extraor-                              the bill (H.R. 2200) to authorize the Transportation
  dinary work of the organization. Referred to Veterans’                        Security Administration’s programs relating to the pro-
  Affairs May 20, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House                           vision of transportation security, and for other pur-
  Nov. 2, 2009.                                                                 poses. Reported from Rules May 21, 2009; Rept.
                                                                                111–127. House Calendar. Passed House June 4, 2009;
H. Res. 462.—Requesting that the President transmit                             Roll No. 301: 243–179.
  to the House of Representatives all information in his
  possession relating to specific communications with
                                                                              H. Res. 476.—Celebrating the 30th anniversary of June
  Chrysler LLC (‘‘Chrysler’’). Referred to Energy and
                                                                                as ‘‘Black Music Month’’. Referred to Oversight and
  Commerce May 20, 2009. Reported June 12, 2009;
                                                                                Government Reform May 21, 2009. Considered under
  Rept. 111–147.
                                                                                suspension of rules July 14, 2009. Rules suspended.
House Calendar ......................................................House 71
                                                                                Passed House amended July 16, 2009; Roll No. 572:
                                                                                418–0.
H. Res. 463 (S. 454).—Providing for consideration of the
  conference report to accompany the bill (S. 454) to
  improve the organization and procedures of the De- H. Res. 477.—Directing the Secretary of Defense to
  partment of Defense for the acquisition of major weap-                        transmit to the House of Representatives the fiscal
  on systems, and for other purposes. Reported from                             year 2010 30-year shipbuilding plan relating to the
  Rules May 20, 2009; Rept. 111–125. House Calendar.                            long-term shipbuilding strategy of the Department of
  Passed House May 21, 2009.                                                    Defense, as required by section 231 of title 10, United
                                                                                States Code. Referred to Armed Services May 21, 2009.
H. Res. 464 (H.R. 915).—Providing for consideration of                          Reported amended June 19, 2009; Rept. 111–167.
  the bill (H.R. 915) to amend title 49, United States House Calendar ......................................................House 77
  Code, to authorize appropriations for the Federal Avia-
  tion Administration for fiscal years 2009 through 2012,
                                                                              H. Res. 478.—Directing the Secretary of Defense to
  to improve aviation safety and capacity, to provide sta-
                                                                                transmit to the House of Representatives the fiscal
  ble funding for the national aviation system, and for
                                                                                year 2010 30-year aviation plan relating to the long-
  other purposes. Reported from Rules May 20, 2009;
                                                                                term aviation plans of the Department of Defense, as
  Rept. 111–126. House Calendar. Passed House May
                                                                                required by section 231a of title 10, United States
  21, 2009; Roll No. 285: 234–178.
                                                                                Code. Referred to Armed Services May 21, 2009. Re-
                                                                                ported amended June 19, 2009; Rept. 111–168.
H. Res. 465.—Recognizing the Atlantic Intracoastal Wa- House Calendar ......................................................House 78
  terway Association on the occasion of its 10th anniver-
  sary, and for other purposes. Referred to Transpor-
  tation and Infrastructure May 20, 2009. Reported H. Res. 479.—Honoring the contributions of Takamiyama
  amended Oct. 6, 2009; Rept. 111–285. House Calendar.                          Daigoro to Sumo and to United States-Japan relations.
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Oct. 14,                                Referred to Foreign Affairs May 21, 2009. Rules sus-
  2009.                                                                         pended. Passed House June 15, 2009.

H. Res. 469.—Honoring the life of Wayman Lawrence
                                                       H. Res. 483.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Vet-
  Tisdale and expressing the condolences of the House
                                                         erans of Foreign Wars Day. Referred to Oversight and
  of Representatives on his passing. Referred to Over-
                                                         Government Reform May 21, 2009. Considered under
  sight and Government Reform May 21, 2009. Rules
                                                         suspension of rules July 27, 2009. Rules suspended.
  suspended. Passed House July 14, 2009; Roll No. 534:
                                                         Passed House July 29, 2009.
  418–0.
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H. Res. 484.—Expressing support for designation of June H. Res. 496.—Recognizing the 20th anniversary of the
  10th as ‘‘National Pipeline Safety Day’’. Referred to     fall of the Berlin Wall. Referred to Foreign Affairs
  Transportation and Infrastructure and in addition to      June 2, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules
  Energy and Commerce May 21, 2009. Reported from           July 28, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
  Transportation and Infrastructure June 9, 2009; Rept.     ed July 29, 2009; Roll No. 660: 432–0.
  111–144, Pt. I. Energy and Commerce discharged June
  9, 2009. House Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed H. Res. 498.—Honoring and congratulating the U.S. Bor-
  House June 9, 2009.                                       der Patrol on its 85th anniversary. Referred to Home-
                                                            land Security June 2, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
H. Res. 487.—Recognizing the 100th anniversary of the       House June 9, 2009.
  State News at Michigan State University. Referred to
  Education and Labor May 21, 2009. Considered under H. Res. 500.—Directing the Committee on Standards of
  suspension of rules Sept. 30, 2009. Rules suspended.      Official Conduct to report to the House of Representa-
  Passed House Oct. 1, 2009; Roll No. 748: 413–0.           tives on the actions the Committee has taken con-
                                                            cerning any misconduct of Members and employees
                                                            of the House in connection with activities of the PMA
H. Res. 489.—Recognizing the twentieth anniversary of
                                                            Group. Committed to Standards of Official Conduct
  the suppression of protesters and citizens in and
                                                            June 3, 2009; Roll No. 300: 270–134.
  around Tiananmen Square in Beijing, People’s Repub-
  lic of China, on June 3 and 4, 1989 and expressing
                                                          H. Res. 501 (H.R. 626).—Providing for consideration of
  sympathy to the families of those killed, tortured, and
                                                            the bill (H.R. 626) to provide that 4 of the 12 weeks
  imprisoned in connection with the democracy protests
                                                            of parental leave made available to a Federal employee
  in Tiananmen Square and other parts of China on
                                                            shall be paid leave, and for other purposes. Reported
  June 3 and 4, 1989 and thereafter. Referred to Foreign
                                                            from Rules June 3, 2009; Rept. 111–133. House Cal-
  Affairs June 2, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                            endar. Passed House June 4, 2009.
  June 2, 2009; Roll No. 294: 396–1.
                                                            H. Res. 502 (H. Res. 1434).—Recognizing National Home-
H. Res. 490 (H.R. 31) (H.R. 1385).—Providing for consid-      ownership Month and the importance of homeowner-
  eration of the bill (H.R. 31) to provide for the recogni-   ship in the United States. Referred to Financial Serv-
  tion of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, and for         ices June 3, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  other purposes, and providing for consideration of the      June 9, 2009.
  bill (H.R. 1385) to extend Federal recognition to the
  Chickahominy Indian Tribe, the Chickahominy Indian H. Res. 503 (H. Res. 1373).—Recognizing National Phys-
  Tribe-Eastern Division, the Upper Mattaponi Tribe,          ical Education and Sport Week, and for other purposes.
  the Rappahannock Tribe, Inc., the Monacan Indian Na-        Referred to Education and Labor June 4, 2009. Rules
  tion, and the Nansemond Indian Tribe. Reported from         suspended. Passed House June 9, 2009.
  Rules June 2, 2009; Rept. 111–131. House Calendar.
  Passed House June 3, 2009; Roll No. 295: 231–174. H. Res. 505.—Condemning the murder of Dr. George
                                                              Tiller, who was shot to death at his church on May
H. Res. 491.—Encouraging each institution of higher           31, 2009. Referred to the Judiciary June 4, 2009. Rules
  education in the country to seek membership in the          suspended. Passed House June 9, 2009; Roll No. 316:
  Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consor-           423–0.
  tium. Referred to Education and Labor June 2, 2009.
  Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 23, 2009.             H. Res. 507 (H. Res. 1368).—Supporting the goals of
                                                              National Dairy Month. Referred to Agriculture June
H. Res. 492 (H. Res. 1407).—Supporting the goals and          4, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules July
  ideals of High-Performance Building Week. Referred          20, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended
  to Science and Technology June 2, 2009. Rules sus-          July 21, 2009; Roll No. 599: 428–0.
  pended. Passed House June 8, 2009.
                                                            H. Res. 508.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
                                                              resentatives that the general aviation industry should
H. Res. 493.—Recognizing the significant contributions
                                                              be recognized for its contributions to the United States.
  of Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life to
                                                              Referred to Transportation and Infrastructure June 4,
  college campus communities in the United States and
                                                              2009. Considered under suspension of rules July 28,
  around the world. Referred to Education and Labor
                                                              2009. Rules suspended. Passed House July 29, 2009.
  June 2, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House June
  15, 2009.
                                                            H. Res. 513 (H. Res. 1617).—Supporting the goals and
                                                              purpose of Gold Star Mothers Day, which is observed
H. Res. 494.—Recognizing the exemplary service of the         on the last Sunday in September of each year in re-
  soldiers of the 30th Infantry Division (Old Hickory)        membrance of the supreme sacrifice made by mothers
  of the United States Army during World War II. Re-          who lose a son or daughter serving in the Armed
  ferred to Armed Services June 2, 2009. Rules sus-           Forces. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  pended. Passed House amended Dec. 2, 2009; Roll No.         June 4, 2009. Committee discharged. Passed House
  914: 415–0.                                                 July 31, 2009.
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H. Res. 515.—Condemning the murder of Army Private H. Res. 528.—Commending the George C. Marshall Eu-
  William Long and the wounding of Army Private               ropean Center for Security Studies for its efforts to
  Quinton Ezeagwula, who were shot outside the Army           promote peace, stability and security throughout North
  Navy Career Center in Little Rock, Arkansas on June         America, Europe, and Eurasia. Referred to Foreign Af-
  1, 2009. Referred to the Judiciary June 8, 2009. Rules      fairs June 10, 2009. Considered under suspension of
  suspended. Passed House amended June 9, 2009.               rules Nov. 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                              Dec. 2, 2010.
H. Res. 517.—Congratulating the University of Wash-
  ington women’s softball team for winning the 2009 H. Res. 529.—Condemning the violent attack on the
  Women’s College World Series. Referred to Education         United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on June
  and Labor June 8, 2009. Considered under suspension         10, 2009 and honoring the bravery and dedication of
  of rules Sept. 30, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House      United States Holocaust Memorial Museum employees
  Oct. 1, 2009; Roll No. 747: 421–0.                          and security personnel. Referred to Natural Resources
                                                              June 11, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House June
H. Res. 518.—Honoring the life of Jacques-Yves                11, 2009; Roll No. 334: 413–0.
  Cousteau, explorer, researcher, and pioneer in the field
  of marine conservation. Referred to Natural Resources
                                                            H. Res. 530.—Commending the purpose of the third an-
  June 8, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
                                                              nual Civil Rights Baseball Game and recognizing the
  ed June 8, 2010; Roll No. 338: 354–0.
                                                              historical significance of the location of the game in
H. Res. 519.—Expressing appreciation to the people and        Cincinnati, Ohio. Referred to the Judiciary June 11,
  Government of Canada for their long history of friend-      2009. Rules suspended. Passed House June 15, 2009.
  ship and cooperation with the people and Government
  of the United States and congratulating Canada as H. Res. 532 (H.R. 1256).—Providing for the consideration
  it celebrates ‘‘Canada Day’’. Referred to Foreign Affairs   of the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 1256) to
  June 8, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules          protect the public health by providing the Food and
  July 22, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House July           Drug Administration with certain authority to regulate
  24, 2009.                                                   tobacco products, to amend title 5, United States Code,
                                                              to make certain modifications in the Thrift Savings
H. Res. 520.—Impeaching Samuel B. Kent, judge of the          Plan, the Civil Service Retirement System, and the
  United States District Court for the Southern District      Federal Employees’ Retirement System, and for other
  of Texas, for high crimes and misdemeanors. Referred        purposes. Reported from Rules June 11, 2009; Rept.
  to the Judiciary June 9, 2009. Reported June 17, 2009;      111–145. House Calendar. Passed House June 12,
  Rept. 111–159. House Calendar. On agreeing to Article       2009.
  I of the resolution Agreed to by the Yeas and Nays:
  389 - 0 (Roll no. 415) June 19, 2009. On agreeing H. Res. 534.—Supporting the goals and ideals of ‘‘Na-
  to Article II of the resolution Agreed to by recorded       tional Children and Families Day’’. Referred to Over-
  vote: 385 - 0 (Roll no. 416) June 19, 2009. On agreeing     sight and Government Reform June 11, 2009. Consid-
  to Article III of the resolution Agreed to by recorded      ered under suspension of rules July 21, 2009. Rules
  vote: 381 - 0 (Roll no. 417) June 19, 2009. On agreeing     suspended. Passed House July 22, 2009; Roll No. 614:
  to Article IV of the resolution Agreed to by recorded       429–0.
  vote: 372 - 0 (Roll no. 418) June 19, 2009.
                                                            H. Res. 535.—Commending the Congress of Leaders of
H. Res. 522 (H.R. 1886) (H.R. 2410).—Providing for con-       World and Traditional Religions for calling upon all
  sideration of the bill (H.R. 1886) to authorize demo-       nations to live in peace and mutual understanding.
  cratic, economic, and social development assistance for     Referred to Foreign Affairs June 11, 2009. Considered
  Pakistan, to authorize security assistance for Pakistan,    under suspension of rules July 28, 2009. Rules sus-
  and for other purposes, and providing for consideration     pended. Passed House amended July 30, 2009.
  of the bill (H.R. 2410) to authorize appropriations for
  the Department of State and the Peace Corps for fiscal H. Res. 537.—Requesting that the President and direct-
  years 2010 and 2011, to modernize the Foreign Serv-         ing that the Attorney General transmit to the House
  ice, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules June       of Representatives all information in their possession
  9, 2009; Rept. 111–143. House Calendar. Passed House        relating to specific communications regarding detain-
  June 10, 2009; Roll No. 317: 238–183.                       ees and foreign persons suspected of terrorism. Re-
                                                           ferred to the Judiciary June 11, 2009. Reported ad-
H. Res. 526.—Recognizing the 70th anniversary of John
                                                           versely June 26, 2009; Rept. 111–189.
  Mercer Langston Golf Course. Referred to Oversight
                                                         House Calendar ......................................................House 83
  and Government Reform June 10, 2009. Rules sus-
  pended. Passed House amended Feb. 22, 2010.
                                                         H. Res. 538.—Supporting Olympic Day on June 23, 2009,
H. Res. 527.—Commending the NATO School for its crit-      and encouraging the International Olympic Committee
  ical support of North Atlantic Treaty Organization       to select Chicago, Illinois, as the host city for the 2016
  (NATO) efforts to promote global peace, stability, and   Olympic and Paralympic Games. Referred to Foreign
  security. Referred to Foreign Affairs June 10, 2009.     Affairs June 12, 2009. Considered under suspension
  Considered under suspension of rules Nov. 30, 2010.      of rules July 22, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Dec. 2, 2010.      amended July 24, 2009.
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H. Res. 540.—Expressing condolences to the families, H. Res. 554.—Amending the Rules of the House of Rep-
  friends, and loved ones of the victims of the cata-   resentatives to require that legislation and conference
  strophic explosion at the ConAgra Foods plant in Gar- reports be available on the Internet for 72 hours before
  ner, North Carolina, and for other purposes. Referred consideration by the House, and for other purposes.
  to the Judiciary June 12, 2009. Rules suspended.      Referred to Rules June 17, 2009. Discharge petition
  Passed House June 15, 2009; Roll No. 339: 381–0.      filed Sept. 23, 2009; Pet. 111–6.

H. Res. 541.—Recognizing and honoring the restoration
                                                        H. Res. 556.—Recognizing the 75th anniversary of the
  and renovation of the Bishop Museum’s historic Ha-
                                                          passage of the Federal Credit Union Act and the vi-
  waiian Hall, the Nation’s premier showcase for Hawai-
                                                          brant Federal credit union community that was cre-
  ian culture and history, on the occasion of the Muse-
                                                          ated as a result of this important piece of legislation.
  um’s 120th anniversary. Referred to Natural Resources
                                                          Referred to Financial Services June 17, 2009. Rules
  June 12, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.
                                                          suspended. Passed House Sept. 9, 2009.
  8, 2009.

H. Res. 543.—Expressing support for designation of June H. Res. 558 (H. Res. 1560).—Supporting the increased
  as ‘‘Home Safety Month’’. Referred to Energy and Com-   understanding of, and interest in, computer science
  merce June 12, 2009. Considered under suspension of     and computing careers among the public and in
  rules July 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House      schools, and to ensure an ample and diverse future
  July 16, 2009; Roll No. 554: 416–9.                     technology workforce through the designation of Na-
                                                          tional Computer Science Education Week. Referred to
H. Res. 544 (H.R. 2847).—Providing for consideration of   Science and Technology and in addition to Education
  the bill (H.R. 2847) making appropriations for the De-  and Labor June 18, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  partments of Commerce and Justice, and Science, and     House amended Oct. 20, 2009; Roll No. 792: 405–0.
  Related Agencies for the fiscal year ending September
  30, 2010, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules H. Res. 559 (H.R. 2918).—Providing for consideration of
  June 15, 2009; Rept. 111–155. House Calendar. Passed    the bill (H.R. 2918) making appropriations for the Leg-
  House June 16, 2009; Roll No. 347: 247–174.             islative Branch for the fiscal year ending September
                                                            30, 2010, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules
H. Res. 545 (H.R. 2346).—Providing for consideration of
                                                            June 18, 2009; Rept. 111–161. House Calendar. Passed
  the conference report to accompany the bill (H.R. 2346)
                                                            House June 19, 2009; Roll No. 410: 226–179.
  making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year
  ending September 30, 2009, and for other purposes.
  Reported from Rules June 15, 2009; Rept. 111–156. H. Res. 560.—Expressing support for all Iranian citizens
  House Calendar. Passed House June 16, 2009; Roll          who embrace the values of freedom, human rights,
  No. 345: 238–183.                                         civil liberties, and rule of law, and for other purposes.
                                                            Referred to Foreign Affairs June 18, 2009. Rules sus-
H. Res. 546.—Recognizing the historical significance of     pended. Passed House June 19, 2009; Roll No. 411:
  Juneteenth Independence Day, and expressing the           405–1.
  sense of the House of Representatives that history
  should be regarded as a means for understanding the H. Res. 561.—Congratulating the Onondaga Community
  past and more effectively facing the challenges of the    College Lady Lazers for winning the National Junior
  future. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform       College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Wom-
  June 15, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House June         en’s Lacrosse Tournament. Referred to Education and
  22, 2010; Roll No. 377: 390–0.                            Labor June 18, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                            Apr. 27, 2010.
H. Res. 548.—Providing for the election of certain minor-
  ity members to a standing committee. Passed House
  June 16, 2009.                                          H. Res. 562.—Congratulating Syracuse University for
                                                            winning the National Collegiate Athletic Association
H. Res. 550.—Recognizing the ‘‘Day of the African Child’’   Division I Men’s Lacrosse Tournament. Referred to
  on June 16, 2009, devoted to the theme of child sur-      Education and Labor June 18, 2009. Rules suspended.
  vival and to emphasize the importance of reducing ma-     Passed House Oct. 26, 2009; Roll No. 815: 359–1.
  ternal, newborn, and child deaths in Africa. Referred
  to Foreign Affairs June 16, 2009. Considered under H. Res. 563.—Congratulating the Onondaga Community
  suspension of rules July 28, 2009. Rules suspended.       College Lazers for winning the National Junior College
  Passed House July 30, 2009.                               Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Men’s La-
                                                            crosse Tournament. Referred to Education and Labor
H. Res. 552 (H.R. 2847).—Providing for further consider-    June 18, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr.
  ation of the bill (H.R. 2847) making appropriations       27, 2010.
  for the Departments of Commerce and Justice, and
  Science, and Related Agencies for the fiscal year end-
  ing September 30, 2010, and for other purposes. Re- H. Res. 565.—Appointing and authorizing managers for
  ported from Rules June 17 (Legislative day of June        the impeachment of Samuel B. Kent, a judge of the
  16), 2009; Rept. 111–158. House Calendar. Passed          United States District Court for the Southern District
  House June 17, 2009; Roll No. 352: 221–201.               of Texas. Passed House June 19, 2009.
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H. Res. 566.—Congratulating the 2008-2009 National H. Res. 587 (H.R. 2454).—Providing for consideration of
  Basketball Association Champions, the Los Angeles   the bill (H.R. 2454) to create clean energy jobs, achieve
  Lakers, on an outstanding and historic season. Re-  energy independence, reduce global warming pollution
  ferred to Oversight and Government Reform June 19,  and transition to a clean energy economy. Reported
  2009. Considered under suspension of rules July 21, from Rules June 26 (Legislative day of June 25), 2009;
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House July 23, 2009;  Rept. 111–185. House Calendar. Passed House June
  Roll No. 618: 413–8.                                26, 2009; Roll No. 466: 217–205.

H. Res. 568.—Recognizing the 150th anniversary of John H. Res. 591.—Requesting that the President transmit
  Brown’s raid in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Referred  to the House of Representatives all information in his
  to Oversight and Government Reform June 19, 2009.       possession relating to certain specific communications
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Oct. 28,          with and financial assistance provided to General Mo-
  2009.                                                   tors Corporation and Chrysler LLC. Referred to Finan-
                                                          cial Services June 26, 2009. Reported amended July
H. Res. 572 (H.R. 2647) (H.R. 2990).—Providing for con-   24, 2009; Rept. 111–231.
  sideration of the bill (H.R. 2647) to authorize appro- House Calendar ......................................................House 97
  priations for fiscal year 2010 for military activities
  of the Department of Defense, to prescribe military H. Res. 593.—Recognizing and celebrating the 50th An-
  personnel strengths for fiscal year 2010, and for other niversary of the entry of Hawaii into the Union as
  purposes. Reported from Rules June 23, 2009; Rept.      the 50th State. Referred to Oversight and Government
  111–182. House Calendar. Passed House June 24,          Reform June 26, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  2009; Roll No. 452: 222–202.                            amended July 27, 2009; Roll No. 647: 378–0.

H. Res. 573 (H.R. 2892).—Providing for consideration of H. Res. 599.—Honoring the Minute Man National Histor-
  the bill (H.R. 2892) making appropriations for the De-    ical Park on the occasion of its 50th Anniversary. Re-
  partment of Homeland Security for the fiscal year end-    ferred to Natural Resources June 26, 2009. Rules sus-
  ing September 30, 2010, and for other purposes. Re-       pended. Passed House Sept. 22, 2009.
  ported from Rules June 23, 2009; Rept. 111–183.
  House Calendar. Passed House June 24, 2009; Roll H. Res. 602.—Requesting that the President and direct-
  No. 430: 239–184.                                         ing that the Secretary of Defense transmit to the
                                                            House of Representatives all information in their pos-
                                                            session relating to specific communications regarding
H. Res. 574.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
                                                            detainees and foreign persons suspected of terrorism.
  resentatives that Peru should immediately cease any
                                                            Referred to Armed Services June 26, 2009. Reported
  hostile activity against its indigenous peoples and in-
                                                            amended July 23, 2009; Rept. 111–221.
  stead engage in dialogue to address ongoing political
                                                          House Calendar ......................................................House 95
  conflict between state authorities and indigenous peo-
  ples. Referred to Foreign Affairs June 23, 2009.
                                                          H. Res. 603.—Recognizing the 140th anniversary of the
                                                            birth of Mahatma Gandhi. Referred to Foreign Affairs
H. Res. 578 (H.R. 2996).—Providing for consideration of     June 26, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct.
  the bill (H.R. 2996) making appropriations for the De-    14, 2009.
  partment of the Interior, environment, and related
  agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, H. Res. 605.—Recognizing the continued persecution of
  and for other purposes. Reported from Rules June 24,      Falun Gong practitioners in China on the 10th anni-
  2009; Rept. 111–184. House Calendar. Passed House         versary of the Chinese Communist Party campaign to
  June 25, 2009; Roll No. 463: 238–184.                     suppress the Falun Gong spiritual movement and call-
                                                                      ing for an immediate end to the campaign to persecute,
H. Res. 580.—Providing for the election of certain minor-             intimidate, imprison, and torture Falun Gong practi-
  ity members to a standing committee. Passed House                   tioners. Referred to Foreign Affairs June 26, 2009.
  June 25, 2009.                                                      Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar. 16,
                                                                      2010; Roll No. 118: 412–1.
H. Res. 583.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
  resentatives that Lester Flatt has made an invaluable H. Res. 607.—Celebrating the Fortieth Anniversary of
  contribution to American art as both a songwriter and    the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. Referred to Science and
  a performer, leaving an indelible legacy in bluegrass    Technology July 7, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  music. Referred to Education and Labor June 25, 2009.    House July 20, 2009; Roll No. 594: 390–0.
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Jan. 26,
  2010.                                                  H. Res. 609 (H.R. 2997).—Providing for consideration of
                                                           the bill (H.R. 2997) making appropriations for Agri-
H. Res. 584.—Recognizing the importance of manufac-        culture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Adminis-
  tured and modular housing in the United States. Re-      tration, and Related Agencies programs for the fiscal
  ferred to Financial Services June 25, 2009. Considered   year ending September 30, 2010, and for other pur-
  under suspension of rules May 24, 2010. Rules sus-       poses. Reported from Rules July 7, 2009; Rept.
  pended. Passed House May 25, 2010; Roll No. 297:         111–191. House Calendar. Passed House July 8, 2009;
  408–4.                                                   Roll No. 493: 238–186.
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H. Res. 610 (H.R. 2965).—Providing for consideration of H. Res. 627.—Honoring the citizen-soldiers of the Na-
  the bill (H.R. 2965) to amend the Small Business Act      tional Guard of the State of Washington, including
  with respect to the Small Business Innovation Re-         the 81st Brigade Combat Team (Heavy) of the Wash-
  search Program and the Small Business Technology          ington Army National Guard. Referred to Armed Serv-
  Transfer Program, and for other purposes. Reported        ices July 10, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  from Rules July 7, 2009; Rept. 111–192. House Cal-        amended Oct. 14, 2009.
  endar. Passed House July 8, 2009; Roll No. 480:
  236–187.                                                H. Res. 631.—Congratulating Continental Airlines on its
                                                            75th Anniversary. Referred to Science and Technology
H. Res. 611.—Supporting the goals and ideals of ‘‘Fragile   July 10, 2009. Committee discharged. Rereferred to
  X Awareness Day’’. Referred to Energy and Commerce        Energy and Commerce July 22, 2009. Rules suspended.
  July 7, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended       Passed House July 29, 2009.
  July 21, 2010.

H. Res. 612.—Expressing the profound sympathies of the H. Res. 635.—Expressing the gratitude of the House of
  House of Representatives for the victims of the tragic Representatives for the service of M. Pope Barrow,
  Metrorail accident on Monday, June 22, 2009, and for   Jr.. Passed House July 13, 2009.
  their families, friends, and associates. Referred to
  Oversight and Government Reform July 7, 2009. Rules H. Res. 636.—Directing the Attorney General to transmit
  suspended. Passed House July 14, 2009; Roll No. 533:   to the House of Representatives all information in the
  421–0.                                                 Attorney General’s possession relating to the transfer
                                                         or release of detainees held at Naval Station, Guanta-
H. Res. 616.—Congratulating the Louisiana State Uni-     namo Bay, Cuba, into the United States. Referred to
  versity baseball team for winning the 2009 National    the Judiciary July 13, 2009. Reported adversely July
  Collegiate Athletic Association Division I College     31, 2009; Rept. 111–242.
  World Series. Referred to Education and Labor July House Calendar ....................................................House 103
  8, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules July
  27, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House July 28, H. Res. 640.—Electing a Minority Member to a standing
  2009; Roll No. 653: 426–0.                             committee. Passed House July 14, 2009.
H. Res. 617 (H.R. 3081).—Providing for consideration of
                                                          H. Res. 641.—Recognizing the 60th anniversary of the
  the bill (H.R. 3081) making appropriations for the De-
                                                            founding of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Referred
  partment of State, foreign operations, and related pro-
                                                            to Foreign Affairs July 14, 2009. Considered under
  grams for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010,
                                                            suspension of rules Nov. 3, 2009. Rules suspended.
  and for other purposes. Reported from Rules July 8,
                                                            Passed House amended Nov. 4, 2009; Roll No. 853:
  2009; Rept. 111–193. House Calendar. Passed House
                                                            422–1.
  July 9, 2009; Roll No. 513: 223–200.

H. Res. 618 (H.R. 2701).—Providing for consideration of H. Res. 644 (H.R. 3170).—Providing for consideration of
  the bill (H.R. 2701) to authorize appropriations for         the bill (H.R. 3170) making appropriations for financial
  fiscal year 2010 for intelligence and intelligence-related   services and general government for the fiscal year
  activities of the United States Government, the Com-         ending September 30, 2010, and for other purposes.
  munity Management Account, and the Central Intel-            Reported from Rules July 14, 2009; Rept. 111–208.
  ligence Agency Retirement and Disability System, and         House Calendar. Passed House July 16, 2009; Roll No.
  for other purposes. Reported from Rules July 8, 2009;        553: 216–213.
  Rept. 111–194. House Calendar. Laid on the table pur-
  suant to H. Res. 645 July 15, 2009.                        H. Res. 645 (H.R. 3183) (H. Res. 618).—Providing for
                                                               consideration of the bill (H.R. 3183) making appropria-
H. Res. 622 (H.R. 3082).—Providing for consideration of        tions for energy and water development and related
  the bill (H.R. 3082) making appropriations for military      agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010,
  construction, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and        and for other purposes. Reported from Rules July 14,
  related agencies for the fiscal year ending September        2009; Rept. 111–209. House Calendar. Passed House
  30, 2010, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules        July 15, 2009; Roll No. 539: 238–185.
  July 9, 2009; Rept. 111–195. House Calendar. Passed
  House July 10, 2009; Roll No. 527: 241–179.                H. Res. 650.—Recognizing that country music has made
                                                               a tremendous contribution to American life and culture
H. Res. 623.—Requesting that the President focus appro-
                                                               and declaring country music to be a uniquely American
  priate attention on neighborhood crime prevention and
                                                               art form. Referred to Education and Labor July 15,
  community policing, and coordinate certain Federal ef-
                                                               2009. Considered under suspension of rules Oct. 6,
  forts to participate in National Night Out, which oc-
                                                               2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 8, 2009;
  curs the first Tuesday of August each year, including
                                                               Roll No. 766: 421–0.
  by supporting local efforts and community watch
  groups and by supporting local officials, to promote
  community safety and help provide homeland security. H. Res. 651.—Electing a Member to a certain standing
  Referred to the Judiciary July 9, 2009. Rules sus-           committee of the House of Representatives. Passed
  pended. Passed House Sept. 9, 2009.                          House July 16, 2009.
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H. Res. 653 (H.R. 1018).—Providing for consideration of H. Res. 669 (H.R. 3288).—Providing for consideration of
  the bill (H.R. 1018) to amend the Wild Free-Roaming     the bill (H.R. 3288) making appropriations for the De-
  Horses and Burros Act to improve the management         partments of Transportation, and Housing and Urban
  and long-term health of wild free-roaming horses and    Development, and related agencies for the fiscal year
  burros, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules     ending September 30, 2010, and for other purposes.
  July 16, 2009; Rept. 111–212. House Calendar. Passed    Reported from Rules July 22, 2009; Rept. 111–219.
  House July 17, 2009; Roll No. 575: 236–186.             House Calendar. Passed House July 23, 2009; Roll No.
                                                          617: 235–183.
H. Res. 654.—Honoring the Organization for Security
  and Cooperation in Europe Mediterranean Partners for H. Res. 670.—Congratulating and saluting the Hawk
  Cooperation and for other purposes. Referred to For-    Mountain Sanctuary for celebrating its 75th anniver-
  eign Affairs July 16, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed     sary, commending the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary for
  House July 22, 2009.                                    its contributions to the preservation of wildlife and
                                                          the native ecology of the Appalachian Mountains and
                                                          eastern Pennsylvania, and commending the Hawk
H. Res. 658.—Permitting official photographs of the       Mountain Sanctuary for its dedication to educating the
  House of Representatives to be taken while the House    public and the international community about wildlife
  is in actual session on a date designated by the Speak- conservation. Referred to Natural Resources July 22,
  er. Passed House July 17, 2009.                         2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 22, 2009.

H. Res. 659.—Congratulating Kappa Alpha Psi Frater- H. Res. 672.—Calling on the Government of the Socialist
  nity, Inc., on 98 years of serving local communities Republic of Vietnam to release imprisoned bloggers
  and enriching the lives of collegiate men throughout and respect Internet freedom. Referred to Foreign Af-
  the Nation. Referred to Education and Labor July 17, fairs July 23, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Oct.     Oct. 21, 2009.
  13, 2009; Roll No. 774: 392–0.
                                                            H. Res. 673 (H.R. 3293).—Providing for consideration of
H. Res. 660.—Recognizing the distinguished history of         the bill (H.R. 3293) making appropriations for the De-
  the Laurinburg Normal Industrial Institute. Referred        partments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and
  to Education and Labor July 17, 2009. Rules sus-            Education, and related agencies for the fiscal year end-
  pended. Passed House amended Oct. 21, 2009; Roll            ing September 30, 2010, and for other purposes. Re-
  No. 796: 418–0.                                             ported from Rules July 23, 2009; Rept. 111–222. House
                                                              Calendar. Passed House July 24, 2009; Roll No. 640:
                                                              232–187.
H. Res. 661.—Instructing the managers on the part of
  the House of Representatives in the impeachment pro-
  ceeding now pending against Samuel B. Kent to advise H. Res. 675.—Condemning the July 17, 2009, terrorist
  the Senate that the House of Representatives does not      bombings in Indonesia and expressing condolences to
  desire further to urge the articles of impeachment         the people of Indonesia and the various other countries
  against Samuel B. Kent. Passed House July 20, 2009.        suffering casualties in the attacks. Referred to Foreign
                                                             Affairs July 23, 2009. Considered under suspension
                                                             of rules July 28, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
H. Res. 662 (H. Res. 1481).—Supporting the goals and         July 29, 2009.
  ideals of ‘‘National Save for Retirement Week’’, includ-
  ing raising public awareness of the various tax-pre-
                                                           H. Res. 679.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Amer-
  ferred retirement vehicles as important tools for per-
                                                             ican Legion Day. Referred to Oversight and Govern-
  sonal savings and retirement financial security. Re-
                                                             ment Reform July 24, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  ferred to Ways and Means July 20, 2009. Committee
                                                             House Sept. 15, 2009.
  discharged. Passed House July 31, 2009.

                                                            H. Res. 681.—Expressing condolences to the family and
H. Res. 665 (H.R. 2920).—Providing for consideration of       loved ones of Agent Robert Rosas and standing in soli-
  the bill (H.R. 2920) to reinstitute and update the Pay-     darity with the brave men and women of the United
  As-You-Go requirement of budget neutrality on new           States Border Patrol as they remember the service
  tax and mandatory spending legislation, enforced by         and sacrifice of Agent Rosas and continue their mis-
  the threat of annual, automatic sequestration. Re-          sion to preserve and defend our borders. Referred to
  ported from Rules July 21, 2009; Rept. 111–217. House       Homeland Security July 27, 2009. Committee dis-
  Calendar. Passed House July 22, 2009; Roll No. 606:         charged. Passed House July 29, 2009.
  243–182.

                                                            H. Res. 682.—Honoring the memory and lasting legacy
H. Res. 667.—Raising a question of the privileges of the      of Sally Crowe. Referred to House Administration July
  House. Laid on table July 22, 2009; Roll No. 605:           28, 2009. Committee discharged. Passed House July
  224–189.                                                    29, 2009.
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H. Res. 684.—Recognizing and honoring Howard Univer- H. Res. 697 (H.R. 3269).—Providing for consideration of
  sity School of Law’s 140-year legacy of social justice  the bill (H.R. 3269) to amend the Securities Exchange
  and its continued commitment to the training of capa-   Act of 1934 to provide shareholders with an advisory
  ble and compassionate legal practitioners and scholars. vote on executive compensation and to prevent per-
  Referred to Education and Labor July 28, 2009. Rules    verse incentives in the compensation practices of finan-
  suspended. Passed House amended Sept. 23, 2009.         cial institutions. Reported from Rules July 30, 2009;
                                                          Rept. 111–237. House Calendar. Passed House July
H. Res. 685 (H.R. 3326).—Providing for consideration of   31, 2009.
  the bill (H.R. 3326) making appropriations for the De-
  partment of Defense for the fiscal year ending Sep- H. Res. 699.—Expressing the appreciation of Congress
  tember 30, 2010, and for other purposes. Reported      for the service and sacrifice of the members of the
  from Rules July 28, 2009; Rept. 111–233. House Cal-    139th Airlift Wing, Air National Guard. Referred to
  endar. Passed House amended July 29, 2009; Roll No.    Armed Services July 30, 2009. Considered under sus-
  655: 241–185.
                                                         pension of rules Mar. 2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                         House amended Mar. 4, 2010; Roll No. 84: 421–0.
H. Res. 686.—Recommending that the United States
  Constitution be taught to high school students
  throughout the Nation in September of their senior H. Res. 700 (H. Res. 1645).—Expressing support for des-
  year. Referred to Education and Labor July 28, 2009.   ignation of the week beginning on November 9, 2009,
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Sept. 14,        as National School Psychology Week. Referred to Edu-
  2009.                                                  cation and Labor July 30, 2009. Considered under sus-
                                                         pension of rules Nov. 6, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                         House amended Nov. 7, 2009; Roll No. 879: 431–1.
H. Res. 688.—Expressing support for the goals and ideals
  of the first annual National Wild Horse and Burro
  Adoption Day taking place on September 26, 2009. H. Res. 701.—To recognize the Dyke Marsh Wildlife Pre-
  Referred to Natural Resources July 28, 2009. Rules     serve as a unique and precious ecosystem. Referred
  suspended. Passed House Sept. 22, 2009.                to Natural Resources July 30, 2009. Considered under
                                                         suspension of rules Oct. 6, 2009. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 690.—Raising a question of the privileges of the Passed House Oct. 7, 2009; Roll No. 760: 325–93.
  House. Laid on table July 29, 2009; Roll No. 656:
  244–173.                                                H. Res. 707.—Expressing support for designation of the
                                                            week of September 13, 2009, as Adult Education and
H. Res. 691 (H.R. 2749).—Providing for consideration of     Family Literacy Week. Referred to Education and
  the bill (H.R. 2749) to amend the Federal Food, Drug,     Labor July 31, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  and Cosmetic Act to improve the safety of food in         amended Oct. 6, 2009; Roll No. 755: 412–0.
  the global market, and for other purposes. Reported
  from Rules July 29, 2009; Rept. 111–235. House Cal-
  endar. Passed House July 30, 2009; Roll No. 677: H. Res. 708.—Congratulating Nancy Goodman Brinker
  249–180.                                                  for receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Re-
                                                            ferred to Oversight and Government Reform July 31,
                                                            2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Jan.
H. Res. 692.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Tay-        20, 2010.
  Sachs Awareness Month. Referred to Energy and Com-
  merce July 29, 2009. Considered under suspension of
  rules Sept. 30, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House H. Res. 710 (H. Res. 1503).—Supporting the goals and
  amended Oct. 1, 2009; Roll No. 750: 415–0.                ideals of ‘‘National Estuaries Day’’. Referred to Natural
                                                            Resources July 31, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                            House Oct. 6, 2009.
H. Res. 693.—Honoring the life and accomplishments of
  Jim Johnson and extending the condolences of the
  House of Representatives to his family on the occasion H. Res. 711.—Calling on the United States Government
  of his death. Referred to Oversight and Government        and the international community to address the
  Reform July 29, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House       human rights and humanitarian needs of Sri Lanka’s
  Sept. 29, 2009.                                           Tamil internally displaced persons (IDPs) currently liv-
                                                            ing in government-run camps by supporting the re-
H. Res. 696.—Acknowledging and congratulating West-         lease of such IDPs, implementing and facilitating an
  ern Wyoming Community College in Southwest Wyo-           independent oversight of the process of release and
  ming on the occasion of its 50th anniversary of service   resettlement, and allowing foreign aid groups to pro-
  to the students and citizens of the State of Wyoming.     vide relief and resources to such IDPs. Referred to
  Referred to Education and Labor July 30, 2009. Rules      Foreign Affairs July 31, 2009. Considered under sus-
  suspended. Passed House Sept. 23, 2009; Roll No. 729:     pension of rules Nov. 3, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  418–0.                                                    House amended Nov. 4, 2009; Roll No. 854: 421–1.
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H. Res. 713.—Recognizing the significant contributions H. Res. 727.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
  of United States automobile dealerships, and express-    tional Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Referred to
  ing the sense of the House of Representatives that       Oversight and Government Reform Sept. 9, 2009.
  in the interest of equity, automobile dealers whose      Rules suspended. Passed House amended Dec. 1, 2009;
  franchises have been terminated through no fault of      Roll No. 912: 385–0.
  their own be given an opportunity of first consideration
  once the auto market rebounds and stabilizes. Referred H. Res. 729.—Expressing support for designation of a
  to Energy and Commerce July 31, 2009. Rules sus-         ‘‘National Firefighters Memorial Day’’ to honor and cel-
  pended. Passed House amended May 19, 2010.               ebrate the firefighters of the United States. Referred
                                                           to Oversight and Government Reform Sept. 10, 2009.
                                                           Considered under suspension of rules Oct. 28, 2009.
H. Res. 716.—Recognizing Gail Abarbanel and the Rape
                                                           Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 29, 2009; Roll
  Treatment Center, and for other purposes. Referred
                                                           No. 831: 390–0.
  to the Judiciary July 31, 2009. Considered under sus-
  pension of rules Nov. 15, 2010. Rules suspended. H. Res. 730.—Honoring the 100th anniversary of the
  Passed House Nov. 16, 2010; Roll No. 569: 415–0.         University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Referred to Edu-
                                                           cation and Labor Sept. 10, 2009. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 718.—Recognizing September 11 as a ‘‘National      Passed House amended Oct. 13, 2009.
  Day of Service and Remembrance’’. Referred to Over-
  sight and Government Reform July 31, 2009. Rules H. Res. 731.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
  suspended. Passed House Sept. 9, 2009.                   resentatives that the employees of the Department of
                                                           Homeland Security, their partners at all levels of gov-
H. Res. 719.—Commending Russ Meyer on his induction        ernment, and the millions of emergency response pro-
  into the National Aviation Hall of Fame. Referred to     viders and law enforcement agents nationwide should
  Transportation and Infrastructure July 31, 2009. Re-     be commended for their dedicated service on the Na-
  ported amended Oct. 6, 2009; Rept. 111–282. House        tion’s front lines in the war against acts of terrorism.
  Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House amended          Referred to Homeland Security Sept. 10, 2009. Consid-
  Oct. 14, 2009.                                           ered under suspension of rules Sept. 30, 2009. Rules
                                                           suspended. Passed House Oct. 1, 2009.
H. Res. 722 (H. Res. 1610).—Expressing the sense of H. Res. 733.—Expressing condolences to the people and
  the House of Representatives regarding the terrorist     government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in the
  attacks launched against the United States on Sep-       aftermath of the devastating typhoon that struck the
  tember 11, 2001. Referred to Oversight and Govern-       central and southern regions of the island on August
  ment Reform and in addition to Foreign Affairs, Armed    8, 2009. Referred to Foreign Affairs Sept. 10, 2009.
  Services, Transportation and Infrastructure, the Judi-   Rules suspended. Passed House amended Sept. 23,
  ciary, Homeland Security, and Intelligence Sept. 8,      2009.
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 9, 2009;
  Roll No. 693: 416–0.                                   H. Res. 734 (H. Res. 1612).—Expressing the support for
                                                           and honoring September 17, 2009 as ‘‘Constitution
H. Res. 723.—Electing a minority member to a standing      Day’’. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  committee. Passed House Sept. 9, 2009.                   Sept. 10, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
                                                           ed Sept. 29, 2009.
H. Res. 724.—Honoring the first responders, paying trib- H. Res. 736.—Honoring President Lincoln’s Gettysburg
  ute to the victims of the Southern California wildfires,     Address on ‘‘Dedication Day’’, November 19, 2009. Re-
  and mourning the loss of Firefighter Captain Tedmund         ferred to Oversight and Government Reform Sept. 10,
  ‘‘Ted’’ Hall, and Firefighter Specialist Arnaldo ‘‘Arnie’’   2009. Considered under suspension of rules Nov. 2,
  Quinones. Referred to Oversight and Government Re-           2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 3, 2009;
  form Sept. 9, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House            Roll No. 840: 393–0.
  Sept. 9, 2009.
                                                             H. Res. 737 (H. Res. 1611).—Expressing the sense of
H. Res. 725.—Congratulating the Chula Vista Park View          the House of Representatives that a National His-
  Little League team of Chula Vista, California, for win-      panic-Serving Institutions Week should be established.
  ning the 2009 Little League World Series Champion-           Referred to Education and Labor Sept. 14, 2009. Rules
  ship. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform            suspended. Passed House Sept. 14, 2009.
  Sept. 9, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.
  29, 2009.                                                  H. Res. 738.—Recognizing the 15th anniversary of the
                                                               enactment of the Violence Against Women Act of 1994.
                                                               Referred to the Judiciary Sept. 14, 2009. Rules sus-
H. Res. 726 (H.R. 965).—Providing for consideration of
                                                               pended. Passed House Sept. 14, 2009.
  the bill (H.R. 965) to amend the Chesapeake Bay Ini-
  tiative Act of 1998 to provide for the continuing au- H. Res. 739.—Honoring the life and achievements of Dr.
  thorization of the Chesapeake Bay Gateways and               Norman E. Borlaug for his many contributions to alle-
  Watertrails Network. Reported from Rules Sept. 9,            viating world hunger. Referred to Foreign Affairs Sept.
  2009; Rept. 111–249. House Calendar. Passed House            14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 30,
  Sept. 10, 2009.                                              2009.
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H. Res. 741.—Expressing support for designation of Octo- H. Res. 760 (H.R. 324).—Providing for consideration of
  ber 8, 2009, as national Jumpstart’s ‘‘Read for the      the bill (H.R. 324) to establish the Santa Cruz Valley
  Record Day’’. Referred to Education and Labor Sept.      National Heritage Area, and for other purposes. Re-
  14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended          ported from Rules Sept. 22, 2009; Rept. 111–263.
  Oct. 6, 2009.                                            House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 23, 2009; Roll
                                                           No. 723: 244–177.
H. Res. 742.—Congratulating the Warner Robins Little
  League softball team from Warner Robins, Georgia, H. Res. 761.—Remembering and commemorating the
  on winning the 2009 Little League Softball World Se-     lives and work of Jesuit Fathers Ignacio Ellacuria,
  ries. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform        Ignacio Martin-Baro, Segundo Montes, Amando Lopez,
  Sept. 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec.       Juan Ramon Moreno, Joaquin Lopez y Lopez, and
  1, 2009.                                                 housekeeper Julia Elba Ramos and her daughter
                                                           Celina Mariset Ramos on the occasion of the 20th an-
H. Res. 743.—Honoring the life of Frank McCourt for        niversary of their deaths at the University of Central
  his many contributions to American literature, edu-      America Jose Simeon Canas located in San Salvador,
  cation, and culture. Referred to Oversight and Govern-   El Salvador on November 16, 1989. Referred to Foreign
  ment Reform Sept. 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed      Affairs Sept. 22, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  House Dec. 1, 2009.                                      amended Oct. 21, 2009.

H. Res. 744.—Raising a question of the privileges of the H. Res. 765.—Expressing condolences to the families of
  House. Passed House Sept. 15, 2009; Roll No. 699:        the individuals killed during unusual storms and
  240–179.                                                 floods in the State of Georgia between September 18
                                                           and 21, 2009, and expressing gratitude to all of the
H. Res. 745 (H.R. 3246).—Providing for consideration of    emergency personnel who continue to work with
  the bill (H.R. 3246) to provide for a program of re-     unyielding determination to meet the needs of Geor-
  search, development, demonstration, and commercial       gia’s residents. Referred to Transportation and Infra-
  application in vehicle technologies at the Department    structure Sept. 23, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  of Energy. Reported from Rules Sept. 15, 2009; Rept.     House Sept. 23, 2009; Roll No. 724: 421–0.
  111–255. House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 16,
  2009.                                                  H. Res. 766.—Providing for consideration of motions to
                                                           suspend the rules. Reported from Rules Sept. 23, 2009;
H. Res. 746 (H.R. 3221).—Providing for consideration of    Rept. 111–264. House Calendar. Passed House Sept.
  the bill (H.R. 3221) to amend the Higher Education       24, 2009; Roll No. 735: 235–182.
  Act of 1965, and for other purposes. Reported from
  Rules Sept. 15, 2009; Rept. 111–256. House Calendar. H. Res. 768 (H. Res. 1598).—Expressing support for the
  Passed House Sept. 16, 2009; Roll No. 703: 241–179.      designation of the month of October as ‘‘National Work
                                                           and Family Month’’. Referred to Education and Labor
H. Res. 747.—Congratulating the United States Military     Sept. 23, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules
  Academy at West Point on being named by Forbes           Oct. 13, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
  magazine as America’s Best College for 2009. Referred    ed Oct. 14, 2009; Roll No. 775: 415–0.
  to Armed Services Sept. 15, 2009. Considered under
  suspension of rules Mar. 2, 2010. Rules suspended. H. Res. 769.—Recognizing the benefits of service-learning
  Passed House Mar. 3, 2010; Roll No. 79: 416–0.           as a teaching strategy to effectively engage youth in
                                                           the community and classroom, and expressing support
H. Res. 752.—Recognizing the tragic loss of life that      for the goals of the National Learn and Serve Chal-
  occurred at the Cherry Mine in Cherry, Illinois, on      lenge. Referred to Education and Labor Sept. 23, 2009.
  its 100th anniversary and the contributions to worker    Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 30, 2009.
  and mine safety that resulted from this and other dis-
  asters. Referred to Education and Labor Sept. 17, H. Res. 770.—Electing a minority member to a standing
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Nov.         committee. Passed House Sept. 24, 2009.
  4, 2009.
                                                         H. Res. 771.—Supporting the goals and ideals of a Na-
H. Res. 754.—Honoring the citizen-soldiers of the Na-      tional Mesothelioma Awareness Day. Referred to Over-
  tional Guard of the State of Pennsylvania, including     sight and Government Reform Sept. 24, 2009. Rules
  the 56th Brigade Combat Team (Stryker) of the Penn-      suspended. Passed House Nov. 29, 2010; Roll No. 582:
  sylvania Army National Guard on its return to the        363–0.
  United States from deployment in Iraq. Referred to
  Armed Services Sept. 17, 2009. Rules suspended. H. Res. 772 (H.R. 2918) (H. Con. Res. 191).—Providing
  Passed House Oct. 14, 2009.                              for consideration of the conference report to accompany
                                                           the bill (H.R. 2918) making appropriations for the Leg-
H. Res. 757.—Supporting the goals and ideals of a Na-      islative Branch for the fiscal year ending September
  tional Day of Remembrance for Homicide Victims. Re-      30, 2010, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules
  ferred to the Judiciary Sept. 21, 2009. Rules sus-       Sept. 24, 2009; Rept. 111–266. House Calendar. Passed
  pended. Passed House Sept. 30, 2009.                     House amended Sept. 25, 2009; Roll No. 738: 209–189.
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H. Res. 773.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep- H. Res. 791.—Congratulating the Aldine Independent
  resentatives with respect to the United States Sub-       School District in Harris County, Texas, on winning
  marine Force. Referred to Veterans’ Affairs Sept. 24,     the 2009 ‘‘Broad Prize for Urban Education’’. Referred
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 2, 2009.         to Education and Labor Oct. 1, 2009. Rules suspended.
                                                            Passed House amended Oct. 13, 2009.
H. Res. 776.—Congratulating the Dartmouth Outing
  Club of Hanover, New Hampshire, for 100 years of H. Res. 792.—Honoring Robert Kelly Slater for his out-
  service to the United States and its wilderness. Re-      standing and unprecedented achievements in the world
  ferred to Education and Labor Sept. 24, 2009. Rules       of surfing and for being an ambassador of the sport
  suspended. Passed House amended Jan. 19, 2010.            and excellent role model. Referred to Oversight and
                                                            Government Reform Oct. 1, 2009. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 779 (H. Res. 1687).—Recognizing and supporting      Passed House amended May 18, 2010.
  the goals and ideals of National Runaway Prevention
  Month. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform H. Res. 793.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
  Sept. 25, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-      tional Chemistry Week. Referred to Science and Tech-
  ed Dec. 14, 2009; Roll No. 969: 341–0.                    nology Oct. 1, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                            Oct. 20, 2009.
H. Res. 780.—Recognizing the celebration of Filipino
  American History Month in October. Referred to Over- H. Res. 795.—Honoring the people of Shanksville, Penn-
  sight and Government Reform Sept. 25, 2009. Rules         sylvania, and the Flight 93 Ambassadors for their ef-
  suspended. Passed House Nov. 2, 2009.                     forts in creating the Flight 93 temporary memorial
                                                            and encouraging the completion of the National Park
H. Res. 783.—Recognizing Hispanic Heritage Month and        Service Flight 93 National Memorial by the 10th anni-
  celebrating the vast contributions of Hispanic Ameri-     versary of September 11, 2001. Referred to Natural
  cans to the strength and culture of the United States.    Resources Oct. 1, 2009. Considered under suspension
  Referred to Oversight and Government Reform Sept.         of rules Oct. 6, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  29, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules Oct.       Oct. 7, 2009; Roll No. 763: 426–0.
  28, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 29,
  2009; Roll No. 827: 423–0.                              H. Res. 797.—Expressing the sense of Congress with
                                                            respect to raising awareness and enhancing the state
H. Res. 784.—Honoring the 2560th anniversary of the         of cyber security in the United States, and supporting
  birth of Confucius and recognizing his invaluable con-    the goals and ideals of the sixth annual National
  tributions to philosophy and social and political         Cyber Security Awareness Month. Referred to Science
  thought. Referred to Foreign Affairs Sept. 29, 2009.      and Technology Oct. 6, 2009. Considered under suspen-
  Considered under suspension of rules Oct. 27, 2009.       sion of rules Oct. 20, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 28, 2009; Roll         House Oct. 22, 2009; Roll No. 800: 415–0.
  No. 821: 361–47.
                                                          H. Res. 799 (H.R. 2997).—Providing for consideration of
H. Res. 786.—Commemorating the canonization of Fa-          the conference report to accompany the bill (H.R. 2997)
  ther Damien de Veuster, SS.CC. to sainthood. Referred     making appropriations for Agriculture, Rural Develop-
  to Foreign Affairs Sept. 30, 2009. Rules suspended.       ment, Food and Drug Administration, and Related
  Passed House amended Oct. 14, 2009; Roll No. 779:         Agencies programs for the fiscal year ending Sep-
  418–0.                                                    tember 30, 2010, and for other purposes. Reported
                                                            from Rules Oct. 6, 2009; Rept. 111–287. House Cal-
H. Res. 787.—Expressing support for designation of Octo-    endar. Passed House Oct. 7, 2009; Roll No. 757:
  ber 13, 2009, as National Metastatic Breast Cancer        241–178.
  Awareness Day. Referred to Energy and Commerce
  Sept. 30, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. H. Res. 800.—Expressing sympathy for the citizens of
  28, 2009.                                                 the Philippines dealing with Tropical Storm Ketsana
                                                            and Typhoon Parma. Referred to Foreign Affairs Oct.
H. Res. 788 (H.R. 3183).—Providing for consideration of     6, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules Oct.
  the conference report to accompany the bill (H.R. 3183)   14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended
  making appropriations for energy and water develop-       Oct. 15, 2009; Roll No. 782: 415–0.
  ment and related agencies for the fiscal year ending
  September 30, 2010, and for other purposes. Reported H. Res. 804 (H.R. 1016).—Providing for the concurrence
  from Rules Sept. 30, 2009; Rept. 111–280. House Cal-      by the House in the Senate amendment to H.R. 1016,
  endar. Passed House Oct. 1, 2009; Roll No. 749:           with amendment. Referred to Rules Oct. 7, 2009. Con-
  234–181.                                                  sidered under suspension of rules Oct. 7, 2009. Rules
                                                            suspended. Passed House Oct. 8, 2009; Roll No. 771:
H. Res. 790.—Supporting the goals and ideals of a na-       419–1.
  tional day of remembrance on October 30, 2009, for
  American nuclear weapons program workers and ura- H. Res. 806 (H.R. 1035).—Providing for the concurrence
  nium miners, millers, and haulers. Referred to Over-      by the House in the Senate amendment to H.R. 1035,
  sight and Government Reform Oct. 1, 2009. Rules sus-      with an amendment. Rules suspended. Passed House
  pended. Passed House amended Oct. 28, 2009.               Oct. 7, 2009; Roll No. 762: 358–66.
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H. Res. 807.—Electing a minority member to a standing H. Res. 823.—Expressing deep condolences to the fami-
  committee. Passed House Oct. 7, 2009.                       lies, friends, and colleagues of those killed and injured
                                                              in the attack on the United Nations World Food Pro-
                                                              gram (WFP) office in Islamabad, Pakistan, on October
H. Res. 808 (H.R. 2647) (H. Con. Res. 196).—Providing         5, 2009, and support for the WFP’s mission to bring
  for consideration of the conference report to accompany     emergency food aid to the most vulnerable people of
  the bill (H.R. 2647) to authorize appropriations for        Pakistan and around the world. Referred to Foreign
  fiscal year 2010 for military activities of the Depart-     Affairs Oct. 13, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  ment of Defense, for military construction, and for de-     Oct. 21, 2009.
  fense activities of the Department of Energy, to pre-
  scribe military personnel strengths for such fiscal year, H. Res. 824.—Congratulating the Northwestern Univer-
  to provide special pays and allowances to certain mem-      sity Wildcats on winning the 2009 NCAA women’s la-
  bers of the Armed Forces, expand concurrent receipt         crosse championship, and to commend Northwestern
  of military retirement and VA disability benefits to        University for its pursuit of athletic and academic ex-
  disabled military retirees, and for other purposes. Re-     cellence. Referred to Education and Labor Oct. 13,
  ported from Rules Oct. 7, 2009; Rept. 111–289. House        2009. Considered under suspension of rules Oct. 26,
  Calendar. Passed House amended Oct. 8, 2009; Roll           2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 28, 2009;
  No. 765: 234–188.                                           Roll No. 822: 416–0.

                                                            H. Res. 828.—To recognize October 24, 2009, the 20th
H. Res. 810.—Expressing condolences to the citizens of        chartered flight of World War II veterans through Lou-
  Indonesia and support for the Government of Indo-           isiana HonorAir, as ‘‘Louisiana HonorAir Day,’’ and
  nesia in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake        to honor the invaluable service and dedication of the
  that struck the island of Sumatra. Referred to Foreign      World War II veterans to our Nation. Referred to Vet-
  Affairs Oct. 7, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House         erans’ Affairs Oct. 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  Oct. 14, 2009.                                              House Nov. 2, 2009.

H. Res. 811 (H. Res. 1652).—Expressing support for des- H. Res. 829 (H.R. 2892).—Providing for consideration of
  ignation of October 2009 as ‘‘National Principals       the conference report to accompany the bill (H.R. 2892)
  Month’’. Referred to Education and Labor Oct. 7, 2009.  making appropriations for the Department of Home-
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Oct. 21,          land Security for the fiscal year ending September 30,
  2009; Roll No. 794: 411–0.                              2010, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Oct.
                                                          14, 2009; Rept. 111–300. House Calendar. Passed
                                                          House Oct. 15, 2009; Roll No. 781: 239–174.
H. Res. 812.—Recognizing the significant contributions
  of the Military Working Dog (MWD) Program to the H. Res. 830 (H.R. 2442).—Providing for consideration of
  United States Armed Forces. Referred to Armed Serv-     the bill (H.R. 2442) to amend the Reclamation Waste-
  ices Oct. 7, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House        water and Groundwater Study and Facilities Act to
  amended Mar. 2, 2010.                                   expand the Bay Area Regional Water Recycling Pro-
                                                          gram, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules
                                                          Oct. 14, 2009; Rept. 111–301. House Calendar. Passed
H. Res. 816.—Mourning the loss of life caused by the      House Oct. 15, 2009; Roll No. 787: 221–193.
  earthquakes and tsunamis that occurred on September
  29, 2009, in American Samoa and Samoa. Referred H. Res. 831 (H. Res. 1648).—Supporting the goals and
  to Natural Resources and in addition to Foreign Affairs ideals of National Adoption Day and National Adoption
  Oct. 8, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended     Month by promoting national awareness of adoption
  Oct. 14, 2009; Roll No. 777: 422–0.                     and the children in foster care awaiting families, cele-
                                                          brating children and families involved in adoption, rec-
                                                          ognizing current programs and efforts designed to pro-
H. Res. 817 (H. Res. 1637).—Supporting the goals and      mote adoption, and encouraging people in the United
  ideals of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month    States to seek improved safety, permanency, and well-
  and expressing the sense of the House of Representa-    being for all children. Referred to Ways and Means
  tives that Congress should continue to raise awareness  Oct. 14, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct.
  of domestic violence in the United States and its dev-  28, 2009.
  astating effects on families and communities, and sup-
  port programs designed to end domestic violence. Re- H. Res. 833.—Honoring the 60th anniversary of the es-
  ferred to Education and Labor Oct. 8, 2009. Rules sus-  tablishment of diplomatic relations between the United
  pended. Passed House amended Oct. 26, 2009.             States and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the
                                                              10th anniversary of the accession to the throne of His
H. Res. 822.—Expressing support for students to learn         Majesty King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein, and for
  about Christopher Columbus. Referred to Education           other purposes. Referred to Foreign Affairs Oct. 14,
  and Labor Oct. 13, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed            2009. Considered under suspension of rules Nov. 6,
  House Oct. 13, 2009.                                        2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Nov.
                                                              7, 2009.
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H. Res. 834.—Electing a Member to certain standing H. Res. 853 (H.R. 3619).—Providing for consideration of
  committees of the House of Representatives. Passed          the bill (H.R. 3619) to authorize appropriations for
  House Oct. 15, 2009.                                        the Coast Guard for fiscal year 2010, and for other
                                                              purposes. Reported from Rules Oct. 21, 2009; Rept.
H. Res. 836.—Expressing support for Teen Read Week.           111–311. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 22, 2009;
  Referred to Education and Labor Oct. 15, 2009. Con-         Roll No. 810: 213–192.
  sidered under suspension of rules Oct. 21, 2009. Rules
  suspended. Passed House Oct. 22, 2009; Roll No. 811:
  405–0.                                                    H. Res. 854.—Recognizing Weber State University for
                                                              the 120th anniversary of its founding as an institution
H. Res. 837.—Recognizing Kentucky Wesleyan College            of higher education. Referred to Education and Labor
  for over 150 years of service as an institution of higher   Oct. 22, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules
  education. Referred to Education and Labor Oct. 15,         Oct. 26, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct.
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Oct. 21, 2009;          27, 2009; Roll No. 818: 412–0.
  Roll No. 795: 415–0.

H. Res. 838.—Welcoming to the United States and to H. Res. 855.—Expressing support for designation of May
  Washington, DC, His All Holiness Bartholomew, Arch-       1 as ‘‘Silver Star Service Banner Day’’. Referred to
  bishop of Constantinople, New Rome, Ecumenical Pa-        Oversight and Government Reform Oct. 22, 2009.
  triarch on his upcoming trip on October 20, 2009,         Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 21, 2010.
  through November 6, 2009. Referred to Foreign Affairs
  Oct. 15, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules
  Oct. 27, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amend- H. Res. 856.—Recognizing the Commissioning of the USS
  ed Oct. 28, 2009; Roll No. 820: 424–0.                    New York LPD 21. Referred to Armed Services Oct.
                                                            22, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 4, 2009;
H. Res. 839.—Condemning the illegal extraction of           Roll No. 855: 420–0.
  Madagascar’s natural resources. Referred to Foreign
  Affairs Oct. 15, 2009. Considered under suspension of
  rules Nov. 3, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House H. Res. 858.—Congratulating the Inter-American Foun-
  amended Nov. 4, 2009; Roll No. 844: 409–5.                dation (IAF) on its 40th anniversary and recognizing
                                                            its significant accomplishments and contributions. Re-
H. Res. 841.—Expressing support for designation of No-      ferred to Foreign Affairs Oct. 22, 2009. Considered
  vember 29, 2009, as ‘‘Drive Safer Sunday’’. Referred      under suspension of rules Nov. 3, 2009. Rules sus-
  to Transportation and Infrastructure Oct. 15, 2009.       pended. Passed House Nov. 4, 2009; Roll No. 843:
  Reported Nov. 16, 2009; Rept. 111–338. House Cal-         405–1.
  endar. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 17, 2009;
  Roll No. 893: 413–1.
                                                          H. Res. 860.—Supporting the initiatives of Chicago Wil-
H. Res. 845.—Recognizing the United States Air Force        derness and the Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights. Re-
  and Dyess Air Force Base for their success in achieving   ferred to Education and Labor Oct. 22, 2009. Rules
  energy savings and developing energy-saving innova-       suspended. Passed House amended Jan. 13, 2010; Roll
  tions during Energy Awareness Month. Referred to          No. 4: 369–1.
  Armed Services Oct. 20, 2009. Considered under sus-
  pension of rules Dec. 7, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  House amended Dec. 8, 2009; Roll No. 935: 409–0. H. Res. 861.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
                                                            tional Military Family Month. Referred to Armed Serv-
H. Res. 846 (H.R. 3585).—Providing for consideration of     ices Oct. 22, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  the bill (H.R. 3585) to guide and provide for United      amended Dec. 2, 2009; Roll No. 916: 417–0.
  States research, development, and demonstration of
  solar energy technologies, and for other purposes. Re-
  ported from Rules Oct. 20, 2009; Rept. 111–304. House H. Res. 862.—Congratulating the staff, students, and fac-
  Calendar. Passed House Oct. 22, 2009; Roll No. 799:       ulty at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy
  241–178.                                                  for winning the 2009 Star Innovator in the Intel
                                                            Schools of Distinction competition. Referred to Edu-
H. Res. 847.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-      cation and Labor Oct. 23, 2009. Rules suspended.
  resentatives that any conference committee or other       Passed House amended Jan. 13, 2010.
  meetings held to determine the content of national
  health care legislation be conducted in public under
  the watchful eye of the people of the United States. H. Res. 863.—Recognizing the scourge of pneumonia,
  Referred to Rules Oct. 20, 2009. Discharge petition       urging the United States and the world to mobilize
  filed Jan. 13, 2010; Pet. 111–9.                          cooperation and prioritize resources to fight pneumonia
                                                            and save children’s lives, and recognizing November
H. Res. 851.—Recognizing and honoring the 40th anni-        2 as World Pneumonia Day. Referred to Foreign Af-
  versary of SEARCH, The National Consortium for Jus-       fairs Oct. 23, 2009. Considered under suspension of
  tice Information and Statistics, headquartered in Sac-    rules Nov. 3, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  ramento, California. Referred to the Judiciary Oct. 20,   amended Nov. 4, 2009; Roll No. 852: 421–1.
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 17, 2009.
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H. Res. 866 (H. Res. 1644).—Expressing support for des- H. Res. 878.—Expressing support for the goals and ideals
  ignation of a National Veterans History Project Week      of National Family Literacy Day. Referred to Edu-
  to encourage public participation in a nationwide         cation and Labor Oct. 29, 2009. Considered under sus-
  project that collects and preserves the stories of the    pension of rules Nov. 4, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  men and women who served our nation in times of           House Nov. 5, 2009; Roll No. 864: 409–0.
  war and conflict. Referred to Veterans’ Affairs Oct.
  23, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules Nov. H. Res. 879.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Amer-
  2, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 3, 2009;      ican Education Week. Referred to Oversight and Gov-
  Roll No. 837: 389–0.                                      ernment Reform Oct. 29, 2009. Considered under sus-
                                                            pension of rules June 16, 2010. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 867.—Calling on the President and the Secretary     Passed House amended June 17, 2010.
  of State to oppose unequivocally any endorsement or
  further consideration of the ‘‘Report of the United Na- H. Res. 880.—Recognizing the efforts of career and tech-
  tions Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict’’ in      nical colleges to educate and train workers for posi-
  multilateral fora. Referred to Foreign Affairs Oct. 23,   tions in high-demand industries. Referred to Education
  2009. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Nov.          and Labor Oct. 29, 2009. Considered under suspension
  3, 2009; Roll No. 838: 344–36.                            of rules Nov. 4, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                            amended Nov. 5, 2009; Roll No. 861: 409–0.
H. Res. 868.—Honoring and recognizing the service and
  achievements of current and former female members H. Res. 884 (H.R. 3639).—Providing for consideration of
  of the Armed Forces. Referred to Armed Services and       the bill (H.R. 3639) to amend the Credit Card
  in addition to Veterans’ Affairs Oct. 23, 2009. Consid-   Accountablity Responsibility and Disclosure Act of
  ered under suspension of rules Nov. 4, 2009. Rules        2009 to establish an earlier effective date for various
  suspended. Passed House Nov. 5, 2009; Roll No. 858:       consumer protections, and for other purposes. Reported
  366–0.                                                    from Rules Nov. 3, 2009; Rept. 111–326. House Cal-
                                                            endar. Passed House Nov. 4, 2009; Roll No. 842:
H. Res. 871.—Directing the Attorney General to transmit     234–175.
  to the House of Representatives certain documents,
  records, memos, correspondence, and other communica- H. Res. 885 (H.R. 2868).—Providing for consideration of
  tions regarding medical malpractice reform. Referred                         the bill (H.R. 2868) to amend the Homeland Security
  to the Judiciary Oct. 27, 2009. Reported Nov. 18, 2009;                      Act of 2002 to extend, modify, and recodify the author-
  Rept. 111–341.                                                               ity of the Secretary of Homeland Security to enhance
House Calendar ....................................................House 134   security and protect against acts of terrorism against
                                                                               chemical facilities, and for other purposes. Reported
                                                                               from Rules Nov. 3, 2009; Rept. 111–327. House Cal-
H. Res. 873.—Establishing a United States Consulate
                                                                               endar. Passed House Nov. 5, 2009; Roll No. 857:
  in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Referred to Foreign
                                                                               233–182.
  Affairs Oct. 27, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  amended May 19, 2010.                                                      H. Res. 890.—Welcoming the Prime Minister of the Re-
                                                          public of India, His Excellency Dr. Manmohan Singh,
H. Res. 875 (H.R. 3854).—Providing for consideration of   to the United States. Referred to Foreign Affairs Nov.
  the bill (H.R. 3854) to amend the Small Business Act    4, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 18, 2009.
  and the Small Business Investment Act of 1958 to
  improve programs providing access to capital under H. Res. 891.—Expressing the gratitude of the House of
  such Acts, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules  Representatives for the service to our Nation of the
  Oct. 28, 2009; Rept. 111–317. House Calendar. Passed    Coast Guard and Marine Corps aircraft pilots and
  House Oct. 29, 2009.                                    crewmembers lost off the coast of California on October
                                                          29, 2009, and for other purposes. Referred to Transpor-
H. Res. 876 (H.R. 2996).—Providing for consideration of   tation and Infrastructure and in addition to Armed
  the conference report to accompany the bill (H.R. 2996) Services Nov. 5, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House
  making appropriations for the Department of the Inte-   amended Nov. 17, 2009; Roll No. 895: 419–0.
  rior, environment, and related agencies for the fiscal
  year ending September 30, 2010, and for other pur- H. Res. 892.—Recognizing the 20th anniversary of the
  poses. Reported from Rules Oct. 28, 2009; Rept.         remarkable events leading to the end of the Cold War
  111–318. House Calendar. Passed House Oct. 29, 2009;    and the creation of a Europe, whole, free, and at peace.
  Roll No. 824: 232–184.                                  Referred to Foreign Affairs Nov. 5, 2009. Considered
                                                          under suspension of rules Nov. 6, 2009. Rules sus-
H. Res. 877.—Expressing support for Chinese human         pended. Passed House Nov. 7, 2009; Roll No. 883:
  rights activists Huang Qi and Tan Zuoren for engaging   431–1.
  in peaceful expression as they seek answers and justice
  for the parents whose children were killed in the H. Res. 893.—Congratulating the 2009 Major League
  Sichuan earthquake of May 12, 2008. Referred to For-    Baseball World Series Champions, the New York Yan-
  eign Affairs Oct. 29, 2009. Considered under suspen-    kees. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  sion of rules Nov. 6, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed     Nov. 5, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov.
  House Nov. 7, 2009; Roll No. 880: 426–1.                6, 2009; Roll No. 866: 386–17.
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H. Res. 894.—Honoring the 50th anniversary of the re- H. Res. 907.—Recognizing the Grand Concourse on its
  cording of the album ‘‘Kind of Blue’’ and reaffirming    100th anniversary as the preeminent thoroughfare in
  jazz as a national treasure. Referred to the Judiciary   the borough of the Bronx and an important nexus of
  Nov. 5, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec. 15,     commerce and culture for the City of New York. Re-
  2009; Roll No. 971: 409–0.                               ferred to Transportation and Infrastructure Nov. 16,
                                                           2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec. 8, 2009;
H. Res. 895.—Honoring the lives of the brave soldiers      Roll No. 938: 405–0.
  and civilians of the United States Army who died or
                                                         H. Res. 908 (H.R. 2781).—Providing for consideration of
  were wounded in the tragic attack of November 5,         the bill (H.R. 2781) to amend the Wild and Scenic
  2009, at Fort Hood, Texas. Referred to Armed Services    Rivers Act to designate segments of the Molalla River
  Nov. 6, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules       in Oregon, as components of the National Wild and
  Nov. 6, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov.         Scenic Rivers System, and for other purposes. Reported
  7, 2009; Roll No. 888: 428–0.                            from Rules Nov. 17, 2009; Rept. 111–339. House Cal-
                                                              endar. Passed House Nov. 19, 2009; Roll No. 903:
H. Res. 896 (H.R. 1299).—Providing for the concurrence        244–176.
  by the House in the Senate amendment to H.R. 1299,
  with an amendment. Rules suspended. Passed House H. Res. 909 (H.R. 3791).—Providing for consideration of
  Nov. 6, 2009.                                               the bill (H.R. 3791) to amend sections 33 and 34 of
                                                              the Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act of 1974,
H. Res. 897.—Recognizing the importance of teaching           and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Nov. 17,
  elementary and secondary school students about the          2009; Rept. 111–340. House Calendar. Passed House
  sacrifices that veterans have made throughout the his-      Nov. 18, 2009; Roll No. 898: 245–173.
  tory of the Nation. Referred to Education and Labor
                                                            H. Res. 914.—Supporting the observance of National Dia-
  Nov. 6, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec. 2,
                                                              betes Month. Referred to Energy and Commerce Nov.
  2009; Roll No. 917: 419–0.
                                                              18, 2009. Committee discharged. Passed House Nov.
                                                              19, 2009.
H. Res. 900.—Supporting the goals and ideals of a Cold
  War Veterans Recognition Day to honor the sacrifices H. Res. 915.—Encouraging the Republic of Hungary to
  and contributions made by members of the Armed              respect the rule of law, treat foreign investors fairly,
  Forces during the Cold War and encouraging the peo-         and promote a free and independent press. Referred
  ple of the United States to participate in local and        to Foreign Affairs Nov. 18, 2009. Rules suspended.
  national activities honoring the sacrifices and contribu-   Passed House Dec. 8, 2009; Roll No. 937: 333–74.
  tions of those individuals. Referred to Armed Services
  Nov. 6, 2009. Considered under suspension of rules H. Res. 917.—Recognizing the Florida Keys Scenic High-
  Mar. 20, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-         way on the occasion of its designation as an All-Amer-
  ed Mar. 21, 2010; Roll No. 161: 429–0.                      ican Road by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
                                                              Referred to Transportation and Infrastructure Nov. 18,
H. Res. 901.—Recognizing November 14, 2009, as the            2009. Reported amended Feb. 22, 2010; Rept. 111–415.
                                                              House Calendar. Considered under suspension of rules
  49th anniversary of the first day of integrated schools
                                                              Mar. 23, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
  in New Orleans, Louisiana. Referred to Education and
                                                              ed Mar. 24, 2010; Roll No. 180: 420–2.
  Labor and in addition to the Judiciary Nov. 6, 2009.
  Considered under suspension of rules Feb. 2, 2010. H. Res. 920.—Directing the Attorney General to transmit
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Feb. 3, 2010;         to the House of Representatives all information in the
  Roll No. 32: 416–0.                                         Attorney General’s possession regarding certain mat-
                                                              ters pertaining to detainees held at Naval Station,
H. Res. 903 (H.R. 3961) (H.R. 3962) (H.R. 2920).—Pro-         Guantanamo Bay, Cuba who are transferred into the
  viding for consideration of the bill (H.R. 3962) to pro-    United States. Referred to the Judiciary Nov. 19, 2009.
  vide affordable, quality health care for all Americans      Reported adversely Dec. 15, 2009; Rept. 111–378.
  and reduce the growth in health care spending, and House Calendar ....................................................House 144
  for other purposes, and providing for consideration of
  the bill (H.R. 3961) to amend title XVIII of the Social H. Res. 921.—Electing Members to certain standing com-
  Security Act to reform the Medicare SGR payment             mittees of the House of Representatives. Passed House
  system for physicians. Reported from Rules Nov. 7           Nov. 19, 2009.
  (Legislative day of Nov. 6), 2009; Rept. 111–330. House
  Calendar. Passed House Nov. 7, 2009; Roll No. 882: H. Res. 922.—Directing the Secretary of Homeland Secu-
  242–192.                                                    rity to transmit to the House of Representatives all
                                                              information in the possession of the Department of
                                                              Homeland Security relating to the Department’s plan-
H. Res. 905.—Recognizing the 70th anniversary of the          ning, information sharing, and coordination with any
  retirement of Justice Louis D. Brandeis from the            state or locality receiving detainees held at Naval Sta-
  United States Supreme Court. Referred to the Judici-        tion, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba on or after January 20,
  ary Nov. 16, 2009. Considered under suspension of           2009. Referred to Homeland Security Nov. 19, 2009.
  rules Dec. 15, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House          Reported amended Dec. 15, 2009; Rept. 111–377.
  Dec. 16, 2009; Roll No. 984: 423–1.                       House Calendar ....................................................House 143
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H. Res. 923.—Requesting the President to transmit to H. Res. 942.—Commending the Real Salt Lake soccer
  the House of Representatives all documents in the pos-                       club for winning the 2009 Major League Soccer Cup.
  session of the President relating to the effects on for-                     Referred to Oversight and Government Reform Dec.
  eign intelligence collection of the transfer of detainees                    2, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec. 14, 2009;
  held at Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, into                            Roll No. 970: 347–0.
  the United States. Referred to Intelligence Nov. 19,
  2009. Reported amended Dec. 17, 2009; Rept. 111–384. H. Res. 944.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
House Calendar ....................................................House 148   resentatives on religious minorities in Iraq. Referred
                                                                               to Foreign Affairs Dec. 3, 2009. Considered under sus-
H. Res. 924.—Directing the Secretary of Defense to                             pension of rules Feb. 23, 2010. Rules suspended.
  transmit to the House of Representatives copies of any                       Passed House amended Feb. 24, 2010; Roll No. 62:
  document, record, memo, correspondence, or other com-                        415–3.
  munication of the Department of Defense, or any por-
  tion of such communication, that refers or relates to H. Res. 955 (H.R. 4213).—Providing for consideration of
  the trial or detention of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed,                            the bill (H.R. 4213) to amend the Internal Revenue
  Walid Muhammad Salih Mubarek Bin ’Attash, Ramzi                              Code of 1986 to extend certain expiring provisions,
  Binalshibh, Ali Abdul Aziz Ali, or Mustafa Ahmed                             and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Dec. 8,
  Adam al Hawsawi. Referred to Armed Services Nov.                             2009; Rept. 111–364. House Calendar. Passed House
  19, 2009. Reported amended Dec. 17, 2009; Rept.                              Dec. 9, 2009; Roll No. 940: 237–182.
  111–383.
House Calendar ....................................................House 147 H. Res. 956 (H.R. 4173).—Providing for consideration of
                                                                               the bill (H.R. 4173) to provide for financial regulatory
                                                                               reform, to protect consumers and investors, to enhance
H. Res. 925.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-                         Federal understanding of insurance issues, to regulate
  resentatives regarding the meritorious service per-                          the over-the-counter derivatives markets, and for other
  formed by aviators in the United States Armed Forces                         purposes. Reported from Rules Dec. 8, 2009; Rept.
  who were shot down over, or otherwise forced to land                         111–365. House Calendar. Passed House Dec. 9, 2009;
  in, hostile territory yet evaded enemy capture or were                       Roll No. 945: 235–177.
  captured but subsequently escaped. Referred to Armed
  Services Nov. 19, 2009. Considered under suspension H. Res. 957.—Honoring Jimmie Johnson, 2009 NASCAR
  of rules Mar. 20, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House                        Sprint Cup Champion. Referred to Oversight and Gov-
  amended Mar. 21, 2010; Roll No. 164: 426–0.                                  ernment Reform Dec. 8, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                        House Feb. 2, 2010; Roll No. 27: 391–1.
H. Res. 935.—Honoring John E. Warnock, Charles M.
  Geschke, Forrest M. Bird, Esther Sans Takeuchi, and H. Res. 960 (H. Res. 82).—Expressing support for des-
  IBM Corporation for receiving the 2008 National       ignation of January 2010 as ‘‘National Stalking Aware-
  Medal of Technology and Innovation. Referred to       ness Month’’ to raise awareness and encourage preven-
  Science and Technology Nov. 19, 2009. Rules sus-      tion of stalking. Referred to the Judiciary Dec. 9, 2009.
  pended. Passed House Mar. 9, 2010; Roll No. 94:       Considered under suspension of rules Feb. 2, 2010.
  402–0.                                                Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 4, 2010.

H. Res. 939.—Extending condolences to the families of H. Res. 961 (H.R. 3288).—Providing for consideration of
  Sergeant Mark Renninger, Officer Tina Griswold, Offi-  the conference report to accompany the bill (H.R. 3288)
  cer Ronald Owens, and Officer Greg Richards. Referred  making appropriations for the Departments of Trans-
  to the Judiciary Dec. 1, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed portation and Housing and Urban Development, and
  House Dec. 2, 2009.                                    related agencies for the fiscal year ending September
                                                         30, 2010, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules
H. Res. 940.—Recognizing and honoring the National       Dec. 9, 2009; Rept. 111–368. House Calendar. Passed
  Guard on the occasion of its 373rd anniversary. Re-    House Dec. 10, 2009; Roll No. 948: 221–200.
  ferred to Armed Services Dec. 1, 2009. Considered
                                                        H. Res. 962.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
  under suspension of rules Dec. 7, 2009. Rules sus-
                                                          rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
  pended. Passed House Dec. 8, 2009; Roll No. 934:
                                                          lutions reported from the Committee on Rules. Re-
  401–0.
                                                          ported from Rules Dec. 9, 2009; Rept. 111–369. House
                                                          Calendar. Passed House Dec. 10, 2009; Roll No. 951:
H. Res. 941 (H.R. 4154).—Providing for consideration of   239–183.
  the bill (H.R. 4154) to amend the Internal Revenue
  Code of 1986 to repeal the new carryover basis rules H. Res. 964 (H.R. 4173).—Providing for further consider-
  in order to prevent tax increases and the imposition    ation of the bill (H.R. 4173) to provide for financial
  of compliance burdens on many more estates than         regulatory reform, to protect consumers and investors,
  would benefit from repeal, to retain the estate tax     to enhance Federal understanding of insurance issues,
  with a $3,500,000 exemption, and for other purposes.    to regulate the over-the-counter derivatives markets,
  Reported from Rules Dec. 2, 2009; Rept. 111–350.        and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Dec. 10,
  House Calendar. Passed House Dec. 3, 2009; Roll No.     2009; Rept. 111–370. House Calendar. Passed House
  924: 223–192.                                           Dec. 10, 2009; Roll No. 952: 238–186.
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H. Res. 970.—Congratulating Flint native, University of H. Res. 983.—Requesting the President, and directing
  Alabama sophomore, and running back Mark Ingram            the Secretary of Health and Human Services, to trans-
  on winning the 2009 Heisman Trophy and honoring            mit to the House of Representatives copies of docu-
  both his athletic and academic achievements. Referred      ments, records, and communications in their posses-
  to Education and Labor Dec. 15, 2009. Rules sus-           sion relating to certain agreements regarding health
  pended. Passed House Jan. 13, 2010.                        care reform. Referred to Energy and Commerce Dec.
                                                             16, 2009. Reported Jan. 29, 2010; Rept. 111–408.
H. Res. 971.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep- House Calendar ....................................................House 155
  resentatives regarding guidelines for breast cancer
  screening for women ages 40 to 49. Referred to Energy H. Res. 989.—Expressing the sense of the House of Rep-
  and Commerce Dec. 15, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed        resentatives that the United States should adopt na-
  House Dec. 15, 2009; Roll No. 974: 426–0.                  tional policies and pursue international agreements to
                                                             prevent ocean acidification, to study the impacts of
                                                             ocean acidification, and to address the effects of ocean
H. Res. 973.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
                                                             acidification on marine ecosystems and coastal econo-
  rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
                                                             mies. Referred to Natural Resources Dec. 16, 2009.
  lutions reported from the Committee on Rules. Re-
                                                             Failed of passage under suspension of the rules (two-
  ported from Rules Dec. 15, 2009; Rept. 111–379. House
                                                             thirds required) June 9, 2010; Roll No. 341: 241–170.
  Calendar. Passed House Dec. 16, 2009; Roll No. 980:
  218–202.
                                                           H. Res. 990 (H. Res. 41).—Expressing support for des-
                                                             ignation of January 2010 as ‘‘National Mentoring
H. Res. 976 (H.R. 2847) (H.R. 3326) (H.R. 4314) (H.J.        Month’’. Referred to Education and Labor Dec. 16,
  Res. 64).—Providing for consideration of the Senate        2009. Rules suspended. Passed House Jan. 26, 2010;
  amendment to the bill (H.R. 3326) making appropria-        Roll No. 17: 398–0.
  tions for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year
  ending September 30, 2010, and for other purposes; H. Res. 991.—Commending the University of Virginia
  for consideration of the joint resolution (H.J.Res. 64)    men’s soccer team for winning the 2009 Division I
  making further continuing appropriations for fiscal        NCAA National Championship. Referred to Education
  year 2010, and for other purposes; for consideration       and Labor Dec. 16, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed
  of the bill (H.R. 4314) to permit continued financing      House Jan. 19, 2010; Roll No. 8: 398–0.
  of Government operations; for consideration of the Sen-
  ate amendment to the bill (H.R. 2847) making appro- H. Res. 994.—Directing the Attorney General to transmit
  priations for the Departments of Commerce and Jus-         to the House of Representatives all information in the
  tice, and Science, and Related Agencies for the fiscal     Attorney General’s possession relating to the decision
  year ending September 30, 2010, and for other pur-         to dismiss United States v. New Black Panther Party.
  poses; and for other purposes. Reported from Rules         Referred to the Judiciary Dec. 16, 2009. Reported ad-
  Dec. 16, 2009; Rept. 111–380. House Calendar. Passed       versely Jan. 27, 2010; Rept. 111–404.
  House Dec. 16, 2009; Roll No. 983: 228–201.              House Calendar ....................................................House 153

H. Res. 978.—Requesting the President to transmit to H. Res. 995.—Of inquiry requesting the President to
  the House of Representatives all documents in the pos-                      transmit to the House of Representatives all informa-
  session of the President relating to the inventory and                      tion in the possession of the Administrator of the Envi-
  review of intelligence related to the shooting at Fort                      ronmental Protection Agency relating to nutrient man-
  Hood, Texas, described by the President in a memo-                          agement of the Illinois River Watershed, Arkansas and
  randum dated November 10, 2009. Referred to Intel-                          Oklahoma. Referred to Transportation and Infrastruc-
  ligence Dec. 16, 2009. Reported adversely Jan. 27,                          ture Dec. 19, 2009. Reported amended Jan. 29, 2010;
  2010; Rept. 111–402.                                                        Rept. 111–407.
House Calendar ....................................................House 151 House Calendar ....................................................House 154

H. Res. 980.—Of inquiry directing the Secretary of H. Res. 996.—Expressing support for designation of Sep-
  Homeland Security to transmit to the House of Rep-                         tember as National Childhood Obesity Awareness
  resentatives a copy of the Transportation Security Ad-                     Month. Referred to Energy and Commerce Dec. 19,
  ministration’s Aviation Security Screening Manage-                         2009. Considered under suspension of rules May 19,
  ment Standard Operating Procedures manual in effect                        2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended May
  on December 5, 2009, and any subsequent revisions                          20, 2010.
  of such manual in effect prior to the adoption of this
  resolution. Referred to Homeland Security Dec. 16, H. Res. 998.—Providing for a committee to notify the
  2009. Reported adversely Jan. 27, 2010; Rept. 111–403.                     President of the assembly of the Congress. Passed
House Calendar ....................................................House 152 House Jan. 12, 2010.

                                                       H. Res. 999.—To inform the Senate that a quorum of
H. Res. 981.—Supporting continued political and eco-     the House has assembled. Passed House Jan. 12, 2010.
  nomic development in Ukraine. Referred to Foreign
  Affairs Dec. 16, 2009. Rules suspended. Passed House H. Res. 1000.—Providing for the hour of meeting of the
  Jan. 13, 2010.                                         House. Passed House Jan. 12, 2010.
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H. Res. 1001.—Congratulating North Central College on H. Res. 1014.—Recognizing and supporting the goals and
  winning the 2009 NCAA Division III men’s cross coun-  ideals of North American Inclusion Month. Referred
  try championship. Referred to Education and Labor     to Oversight and Government Reform Jan. 13, 2010.
  Jan. 12, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Jan.     Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 2, 2010; Roll No.
  13, 2010.                                             28: 389–0.

H. Res. 1002.—Honoring the life and work of Dr. Martin H. Res. 1015.—Congratulating the Penn State women’s
  Luther King, Jr. and encouraging the continued com-      volleyball team on winning the 2009 NCAA Division
  mitment to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a          I National Championship. Referred to Education and
  national day of service. Referred to Education and       Labor Jan. 19, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  Labor Jan. 12, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House       Jan. 19, 2010; Roll No. 7: 396–0.
  Jan. 13, 2010; Roll No. 3: 379–0.
                                                         H. Res. 1017 (H.R. 1065) (H.R. 3254) (H.R. 3342).—Pro-
                                                           viding for consideration of the bill (H.R. 3254) to ap-
H. Res. 1003.—Expressing support for the designation       prove the Taos Pueblo Indian Water Rights Settlement
  of January 10, 2010, through January 16, 2010, as        Agreement, and for other purposes; for consideration
  National Influenza Vaccination Week. Referred to En-     of the bill (H.R. 3342) to authorize the Secretary of
  ergy and Commerce Jan. 12, 2010. Rules suspended.        the Interior, acting through the Commissioner of Rec-
  Passed House amended Jan. 26, 2010; Roll No. 19:         lamation, to develop water infrastructure in the Rio
  398–2.                                                   Grande Basin, and to approve the settlement of the
                                                           water rights claims of the Pueblos of Nambe, Pojoaque,
H. Res. 1004.—Congratulating the Northwestern Univer-      San Ildefonso, and Tesuque; and for consideration of
  sity Feinberg School of Medicine for its 150 years of    the bill (H.R. 1065) to resolve water rights claims of
  commitment to advancing science and improving            the White Mountain Apache Tribe in the State of Ari-
  health. Referred to Education and Labor Jan. 12, 2010.   zona, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Jan.
  Rules suspended. Passed House Jan. 19, 2010; Roll        19, 2010; Rept. 111–399. House Calendar. Passed
  No. 6: 397–0.                                            House Jan. 20, 2010.

H. Res. 1007.—Commending the University of Alabama H. Res. 1020.—Honoring the 95th anniversary of the
  for winning the Bowl Championship Series National  signing of the Rocky Mountain National Park Act. Re-
  Championship Game. Referred to Education and Labor ferred to Natural Resources Jan. 20, 2010. Rules sus-
  Jan. 13, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Jan.  pended. Passed House Jan. 27, 2010; Roll No. 25:
  19, 2010.                                          408–0.

                                                          H. Res. 1021.—Expressing condolences to and solidarity
H. Res. 1008 (H. Res. 39).—Honoring the contributions
                                                            with the people of Haiti in the aftermath of the dev-
  of Catholic schools. Referred to Education and Labor
                                                            astating earthquake of January 12, 2010. Referred to
  Jan. 13, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
                                                            Foreign Affairs and in addition to Financial Services
  ed Jan. 19, 2010.
                                                            Jan. 20, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
                                                            Jan. 20, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Jan.
H. Res. 1009.—Honoring the seven Americans killed in        21, 2010; Roll No. 15: 411–1.
  Khost, Afghanistan, on December 30, 2009, for their
  service to the United States, and for other purposes. H. Res. 1022.—Honoring the life and sacrifice of Medgar
  Referred to Intelligence Jan. 13, 2010. Rules sus-        Evers and congratulating the United States Navy for
  pended. Passed House Jan. 20, 2010.                       naming a supply ship after Medgar Evers. Referred
                                                            to the Judiciary and in addition to Armed Services
H. Res. 1010.—Celebrating the life and work of Dr. Mar-     Jan. 20, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
  tin Luther King, Jr. during the 30th anniversary of       Feb. 2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 4,
  the Stevie Wonder song tribute to Dr. King, ‘‘Happy       2010; Roll No. 44: 426–0.
  Birthday’’, and for other purposes. Referred to the Ju-
  diciary Jan. 13, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House H. Res. 1024.—Expressing support for designation of
  Jan. 20, 2010.                                            January as Poverty in America Awareness Month. Re-
                                                            ferred to Ways and Means Jan. 20, 2010. Considered
H. Res. 1011.—Recognizing the importance of cervical        under suspension of rules Jan. 26, 2010. Rules sus-
  health and of detecting cervical cancer during its ear-   pended. Passed House Jan. 27, 2010; Roll No. 21:
  liest stages and supporting the goals and ideals of       387–18.
  Cervical Health Awareness Month. Referred to Energy
                                                        H. Res. 1027.—Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the
  and Commerce Jan. 13, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                          historic dive to the Challenger Deep in the Mariana
  House Jan. 26, 2010; Roll No. 18: 400–0.
                                                          Trench, the deepest point in the world’s oceans, on
                                                          January 23, 1960, and its importance to marine re-
H. Res. 1013.—Condemning the violent suppression of       search, ocean science, a better understanding of the
  legitimate political dissent and gross human rights     planet, and the future of human exploration. Referred
  abuses in the Republic of Guinea. Referred to Foreign   to Science and Technology Jan. 21, 2010. Rules sus-
  Affairs Jan. 13, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House    pended. Passed House Mar. 19, 2010; Roll No. 146:
  amended Jan. 20, 2010.                                  398–2.
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H. Res. 1029 (H. Res. 56).—Expressing support for des- H. Res. 1038 (H.R. 3726) (H.R. 4474).—Providing for con-
  ignation of the week of February 1 through February    sideration of the bill (H.R. 3726) to establish the Castle
  5, 2010, as ‘‘National School Counseling Week’’. Re-   Nugent National Historic Site at St. Croix, United
  ferred to Education and Labor Jan. 21, 2010. Rules     States Virgin Islands, and for other purposes; and for
  suspended. Passed House Jan. 26, 2010.                 consideration of the bill (H.R. 4474) to authorize the
                                                         continued use of certain water diversions located on
                                                         National Forest System land in the Frank Church-
H. Res. 1030.—Congratulating Messiah College men’s       River of No Return Wilderness and the Selway-Bitter-
  and women’s soccer teams on winning the 2009 NCAA      root Wilderness in the State of Idaho, and for other
  Division III national championships. Referred to Edu-  purposes. Reported from Rules Jan. 26, 2010; Rept.
  cation and Labor Jan. 21, 2010. Rules suspended.       111–401. House Calendar. Passed House Jan. 27, 2010;
                                                         Roll No. 20: 234–174.
  Passed House Jan. 26, 2010.
                                                           H. Res. 1039.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Amer-
                                                             ican Heart Month and National Wear Red Day. Re-
H. Res. 1031 (S. Res. 458).—Impeaching G. Thomas
                                                             ferred to Oversight and Government Reform Jan. 26,
  Porteous, Jr., judge of the United States District Court
                                                             2010. Considered under suspension of rules Feb. 22,
  for the Eastern District of Louisiana, for high crimes     2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 23, 2010;
  and misdemeanors. Referred to the Judiciary Jan. 21,       Roll No. 54: 408–0.
  2010. Reported Mar. 4, 2010; Rept. 111–427. House
  Calendar. On agreeing to Article I of the resolution H. Res. 1040.—Honoring the life and accomplishments
  Agreed to by the Yeas and Nays: 412 - 0 (Roll no.          of Donald Harington for his contributions to literature
  102) Mar. 11, 2010. On agreeing to Article II of the       in the United States. Referred to Oversight and Gov-
  resolution Agreed to by recorded vote: 410 - 0 (Roll       ernment Reform Jan. 26, 2010. Considered under sus-
  no. 103) Mar. 11, 2010. On agreeing to Article III         pension of rules Mar. 19, 2010. Rules suspended.
                                                             Passed House Mar. 20, 2010; Roll No. 154: 399–0.
  of the resolution Agreed to by recorded vote: 416 -
  0 (Roll no. 104) Mar. 11, 2010. On agreeing to Article H. Res. 1041.—Congratulating and commending the Uni-
  IV of the resolution Agreed to by recorded vote: 423       versity of Idaho’s football team for winning the 2009
  - 0 (Roll no. 105) Mar. 11, 2010. Received in Senate       Humanitarian Bowl in Boise, Idaho. Referred to Edu-
  Mar. 17, 2010.                                             cation and Labor Jan. 27, 2010. Rules suspended.
                                                             Passed House Apr. 13, 2010; Roll No. 197: 394–1.

H. Res. 1032.—Expressing the sense of the House of H. Res. 1042.—Commending the Boise State University
  Representatives that the United States should con-       Broncos football team for winning the 2010 Fiesta
  tinue to assist the Mexican Government in fighting       Bowl. Referred to Education and Labor Jan. 27, 2010.
  the drug cartels and curbing violence against Mexican    Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 13, 2010; Roll
  and United States citizens, both in the United States    No. 198: 385–1.
  and abroad. Referred to Foreign Affairs Jan. 21, 2010. H. Res. 1043.—Recognizing Brescia University for 60
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar. 9, 2010.      years of leadership in higher education. Referred to
                                                           Education and Labor Jan. 27, 2010. Considered under
                                                           suspension of rules Feb. 2, 2010. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 1033.—Expressing support for designation of
                                                           Passed House amended Feb. 3, 2010; Roll No. 31:
  April 2010 as ‘‘National Autism Awareness Month’’
                                                           418–0.
  and supporting efforts to devote new resources to re-
  search into the causes and treatment of autism and H. Res. 1044.—Commemorating the 65th anniversary of
  to improve training and support for individuals with     the liberation of Auschwitz, a Nazi concentration and
  autism and those who care for individuals with autism.   extermination camp, honoring the victims of the Holo-
  Referred to Energy and Commerce and in addition to       caust, and expressing commitment to strengthen the
  Education and Labor Jan. 21, 2010. Rules suspended.      fight against bigotry and intolerance. Referred to For-
  Passed House amended Apr. 27, 2010.                      eign Affairs Jan. 27, 2010. Considered under suspen-
                                                           sion of rules Feb. 2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                           House amended Feb. 3, 2010; Roll No. 33: 414–0.
H. Res. 1034.—Expressing support for designation of
  July 2010 as ‘‘Braille Literacy Month’’. Referred to H. Res. 1046 (H. Res. 83).—Recognizing the significance
  Education and Labor Jan. 21, 2010. Rules suspended.      of Black History Month. Referred to Oversight and
                                                           Government Reform Jan. 27, 2010. Considered under
  Passed House amended June 23, 2010.
                                                           suspension of rules Feb. 22, 2010. Rules suspended.
                                                           Passed House Feb. 23, 2010; Roll No. 55: 402–0.
H. Res. 1036.—Recognizing the contributions of Korean
                                                         H. Res. 1047.—Commending The Ohio State University
  Americans to the United States. Referred to Oversight
                                                           Buckeyes football team for its victory in the 2010 Rose
  and Government Reform Jan. 22, 2010. Rules sus-          Bowl. Referred to Education and Labor Jan. 27, 2010.
  pended. Passed House Mar. 9, 2010.                       Considered under suspension of rules Mar. 9, 2010.
                                                           Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 11, 2010.
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H. Res. 1048.—Commending the efforts and honoring H. Res. 1062.—Recognizing the Coast Guard Group
  the work of the men and women of USNS Comfort         Astoria’s more than 60 years of service to the Pacific
  and the United States Navy in the immediate response  Northwest, and for other purposes. Referred to Trans-
  to those affected by the earthquake that struck Haiti portation and Infrastructure Feb. 3, 2010. Reported
  on January 12, 2010. Referred to Foreign Affairs and  amended Mar. 19, 2010; Rept. 111–446. House Cal-
  in addition to Armed Services Jan. 27, 2010. Rules    endar. Considered under suspension of rules Apr. 14,
  suspended. Passed House amended Feb. 23, 2010.        2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Apr.
                                                        15, 2010; Roll No. 205: 401–0.
H. Res. 1050.—Providing amounts for further expenses
  of the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct H. Res. 1065 (H.J. Res. 45).—Providing for consideration
  in the One Hundred Eleventh Congress. Referred to     of the Senate amendment to the joint resolution (H.J.
  House Administration Feb. 2, 2010. Committee dis-     Res. 45) increasing the statutory limit on the public
  charged. Passed House Feb. 2, 2010.                   debt. Reported from Rules Feb. 3, 2010; Rept. 111–411.
                                                        House Calendar. Passed House Feb. 4, 2010; Roll No.
H. Res. 1051 (H.R. 4061).—Providing for consideration   46: 217–212.
  of the bill (H.R. 4061) to advance cybersecurity re-
  search, development, and technical standards, and for H. Res. 1066.—Recognizing the bravery and efforts of
  other purposes. Reported from Rules Feb. 2, 2010;         the United States Armed Forces, local first responders,
  Rept. 111–410. House Calendar. Passed House Feb.          and other members of Operation Unified Response for
  3, 2010; Roll No. 30: 237–176.                            their swift and coordinated action in light of the devas-
                                                            tation wrought upon the nation of Haiti after a horrific
                                                            7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Port-Au-Prince and
H. Res. 1052.—Honoring the members of the Army Na-
                                                            surrounding cities on January 12, 2010. Referred to
  tional Guard and Air National Guard of the State of
                                                            Armed Services and in addition to Foreign Affairs Feb.
  Oklahoma for their service and sacrifice on behalf of
                                                            3, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Feb. 23, 2010;
  the United States since September 11, 2001. Referred
                                                            Roll No. 52: 406–0.
  to Armed Services Feb. 2, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Passed House Sept. 14, 2010; Roll No. 519: 378–0.
                                                          H. Res. 1069.—Congratulating Willard S. Boyle and
                                                            George E. Smith for being awarded the Nobel Prize
H. Res. 1055.—Supporting the designation of National        in physics. Referred to Science and Technology Feb.
  Robotics Week as an annual event. Referred to Science     3, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 9, 2010;
  and Technology and in addition to Education and           Roll No. 93: 402–0.
  Labor Feb. 2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  Mar. 9, 2010.
                                                          H. Res. 1072.—Recognizing Louisiana State University
                                                            for 150 years of service and excellence in higher edu-
H. Res. 1058.—Honoring and praising the Sojourn to          cation. Referred to Education and Labor Feb. 4, 2010.
  the Past organization on the occasion of its 10th anni-   Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar. 2, 2010;
  versary. Referred to Education and Labor Feb. 2, 2010.    Roll No. 75: 383–0.
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended July 26,
  2010.                                                   H. Res. 1073.—Supporting the goals and ideals of RV
                                                            Centennial Celebration Month to recognize and honor
H. Res. 1059.—Honoring the heroism of the seven United      100 years of the enjoyment of recreational vehicles
  States Agency for International Development and Of-       in the United States. Referred to Oversight and Gov-
  fice of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance supported        ernment Reform Feb. 4, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
  urban search and rescue teams deployed to Haiti from      House May 26, 2010.
  New York City, New York, Fairfax County, Virginia,
  Los Angeles County, California, Miami, Florida, H. Res. 1074.—Honoring the life of Miep Gies, who aided
  Miami-Dade County, Florida, and Virginia Beach, Vir-      Anne Frank’s family while they were in hiding and
  ginia, and commending their dedication and assistance     preserved her diary for future generations. Referred
  in the aftermath of the January 12, 2010 Haitian          to Foreign Affairs Feb. 4, 2010. Considered under sus-
  earthquake. Referred to Foreign Affairs and in addi-      pension of rules Feb. 23, 2010. Rules suspended.
  tion to Transportation and Infrastructure Feb. 2, 2010.   Passed House Feb. 24, 2010; Roll No. 61: 421–0.
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Feb. 23,
  2010; Roll No. 53: 406–0.                               H. Res. 1075.—Commending the members of the Agri-
                                                            business Development Teams of the National Guard
H. Res. 1061.—Honoring the heroic actions of Court Se-      for their efforts, together with personnel of the Depart-
  curity Officer Stanley Cooper, Deputy United States       ment of Agriculture and the United States Agency for
  Marshal Richard J. ‘‘Joe’’ Gardner, the law enforce-      International Development, to modernize agriculture
  ment officers of the United States Marshals Service       practices and increase food production in war-torn
  and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, and         countries. Referred to Armed Services and in addition
  the Court Security Officers in responding to the armed    to Foreign Affairs Feb. 4, 2010. Considered under sus-
  assault at the Lloyd D. George Federal Courthouse         pension of rules Mar. 20, 2010. Rules suspended.
  on January 4, 2010. Referred to the Judiciary Feb.        Passed House amended Mar. 21, 2010; Roll No. 158:
  2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 10, 2010.     418–3.
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H. Res. 1079.—Congratulating the National Football H. Res. 1091.—Expressing support for designation of the
  League Champion New Orleans Saints for winning         week of February 28 through March 7, 2010, as
  Super Bowl XLIV and for bringing New Orleans its       ‘‘School Social Work Week’’. Referred to Education and
  first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history. Referred   Labor Feb. 22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  to Oversight and Government Reform Feb. 9, 2010.       amended Mar. 9, 2010.
  Considered under suspension of rules Mar. 3, 2010.
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar. 4, 2010;
                                                       H. Res. 1094.—Commemorating the life of the late Cyn-
  Roll No. 91: 375–1.
                                                         thia DeLores Tucker. Referred to the Judiciary Feb.
H. Res. 1081.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-     22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House May 11,
  tional Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention   2010.
  Month. Referred to the Judiciary Feb. 22, 2010. Rules
  suspended. Passed House Mar. 10, 2010.                 H. Res. 1095.—Electing a minority member to a standing
                                                           committee. Passed House Feb. 23, 2010.
H. Res. 1082.—Supporting the goals and ideals of the
  fourth annual America Saves Week. Referred to Finan-
  cial Services Feb. 22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed H. Res. 1096.—Encouraging individuals across the
  House Mar. 3, 2010.                                      United States to participate in the 2010 Census to
                                                           ensure an accurate and complete count beginning April
H. Res. 1083 (H.R. 2314).—Providing for consideration      1, 2010, and expressing support for designation of
  of the bill (H.R. 2314) to express the policy of the     March 2010 as Census Awareness Month. Referred to
  United States regarding the United States relationship   Oversight and Government Reform Feb. 23, 2010.
  with Native Hawaiians and to provide a process for       Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar. 3, 2010;
  the recognition by the United States of the Native       Roll No. 80: 409–1.
  Hawaiian governing entity. Reported from Rules Feb.
  22, 2010; Rept. 111–413. House Calendar. Passed
                                                         H. Res. 1097 (H. Res. 117).—Supporting the goals and
  House Feb. 23, 2010; Roll No. 51: 238–165.
                                                           ideals of National Engineers Week, and for other pur-
H. Res. 1084 (S. Res. 413).—Expressing the condolences     poses. Referred to Science and Technology Feb. 23,
  of the House of Representatives on the death of the      2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 2, 2010;
  Honorable John P. Murtha, a Representative from the      Roll No. 77: 382–0.
  Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Passed House Feb.
  22, 2010.                                               H. Res. 1098 (H.R. 4626).—Providing for consideration
                                                            of the bill (H.R. 4626) to restore the application of
H. Res. 1085.—Honoring and celebrating the contribu-        the Federal antitrust laws to the business of health
  tions of African-Americans to the transportation and      insurance to protect competition and consumers. Re-
  infrastructure of the United States. Referred to Trans-   ported from Rules Feb. 23, 2010; Rept. 111–418. House
  portation and Infrastructure Feb. 22, 2010. Considered    Calendar. Passed House Feb. 24, 2010; Roll No. 60:
  under suspension of rules Feb. 23, 2010. Rules sus-       238–181.
  pended. Passed House Feb. 24, 2010; Roll No. 65:
  419–0.
                                                          H. Res. 1099.—Recognizing the 65th anniversary of the
H. Res. 1086.—Recognizing the importance and signifi-       Battle of Iwo Jima. Referred to Armed Services Feb.
  cance of the 2010 Census and encouraging each com-        23, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules Mar.
  munity within the Indian Country to name an elder         20, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended
  to be the first member of that community to answer        Mar. 21, 2010; Roll No. 168: 421–0.
  the 2010 Census. Referred to Oversight and Govern-
  ment Reform Feb. 22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                          H. Res. 1103.—Celebrating the life of Sam Houston on
  House Mar. 4, 2010; Roll No. 85: 415–1.
                                                            the 217th anniversary of his birth. Referred to Over-
H. Res. 1087.—Honoring the life of John H. ‘‘Jack’’         sight and Government Reform Feb. 24, 2010. Rules
  Ruffin, Jr.. Referred to the Judiciary Feb. 22, 2010.     suspended. Passed House amended Apr. 26, 2010; Roll
  Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 10, 2010.              No. 222: 375–0.

H. Res. 1088.—Recognizing the plight of people with albi- H. Res. 1104.—Supporting the mission and goals of 2010
  nism in East Africa and condemning their murder and       National Crime Victims’ Rights Week to increase pub-
  mutilation. Referred to Foreign Affairs Feb. 22, 2010.    lic awareness of the rights, needs, and concerns of
  Considered under suspension of rules Mar. 9, 2010.        victims and survivors of crime in the United States,
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar. 10,            no matter their country of origin or their creed, and
  2010; Roll No. 96: 418–1.                                 to commemorate the National Crime Victims’ Rights
                                                            Week theme of ‘‘Crime Victims’ Rights: Fairness. Dig-
H. Res. 1089.—Recognizing the 150th anniversary of          nity. Respect.’’. Referred to the Judiciary Feb. 24, 2010.
  Augustana College. Referred to Education and Labor        Considered under suspension of rules Apr. 20, 2010.
  Feb. 22, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules       Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 21, 2010; Roll
  Mar. 16, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-       No. 215: 417–0.
  ed Mar. 17, 2010; Roll No. 120: 421–0.
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H. Res. 1105 (H.R. 2701) (S. 1494).—Providing for con- H. Res. 1117.—Commending and congratulating the Cali-
  sideration of the bill (H.R. 2701) to authorize appro-       fornia State University system on the occasion of its
  priations for fiscal year 2010 for intelligence and intel-   50th anniversary. Referred to Education and Labor
  ligence-related activities of the United States Govern-      Feb. 25, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar.
  ment, the Community Management Account, and the              3, 2010.
  Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability
  System, and for other purposes, waiving a requirement H. Res. 1119.—Expressing the sense of the House of
  of clause 6(a) of rule XIII with respect to consideration    Representatives that all people in the United States
  of certain resolutions reported from the Committee on        should participate in a moment of silence to reflect
  Rules, and providing for consideration of motions to         upon the service and sacrifice of members of the
  suspend the rules. Reported from Rules Feb. 24, 2010;        United States Armed Forces both at home and abroad.
  Rept. 111–419. House Calendar. Passed House Feb.             Referred to Armed Services Feb. 25, 2010. Considered
  25, 2010; Roll No. 66: 237–176.                              under suspension of rules Mar. 20, 2010. Rules sus-
                                                               pended. Passed House amended Mar. 21, 2010; Roll
H. Res. 1107.—Recognizing the 189th anniversary of the         No. 169: 400–0.
  independence of Greece and celebrating Greek and
  American democracy. Referred to Foreign Affairs Feb. H. Res. 1121.—Congratulating Clinton County and the
  24, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules Mar.          county seat of Wilmington, Ohio, on the occasion of
  9, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 11, 2010;        their bicentennial anniversaries. Referred to Oversight
  Roll No. 108: 414–0.                                         and Government Reform Feb. 25, 2010. Considered
                                                               under suspension of rules June 9, 2010. Rules sus-
H. Res. 1109 (H.R. 3961).—Providing for consideration          pended. Passed House June 10, 2010.
  of the Senate amendments to the bill (H.R. 3961) to
  amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to reform H. Res. 1125.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
  the Medicare SGR payment system for physicians and           tional Public Works Week, and for other purposes. Re-
  to reinstitute and update the Pay-As-You-Go require-         ferred to Transportation and Infrastructure Mar. 2,
  ment of budget neutrality on new tax and mandatory           2010. Reported Mar. 12, 2010; Rept. 111–440.
  spending legislation, enforced by the threat of annual, House Calendar ....................................................House 173
  automatic sequestration. Reported from Rules Feb. 25,        Considered under suspension of rules Mar. 23, 2010.
  2010; Rept. 111–420. House Calendar. Passed House               Failed of passage under suspension of the rules (two-
  Feb. 25, 2010.                                                  thirds required) Mar. 25, 2010; Roll No. 191:
                                                                  249–172.
H. Res. 1111 (H. Res. 146).—Designating March 2, 2010,
  as ‘‘Read Across America Day’’. Referred to Education H. Res. 1126 (H.R. 4247).—Providing for consideration
  and Labor Feb. 25, 2010. Considered under suspension         of the bill (H.R. 4247) to prevent and reduce the use
  of rules Mar. 2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House         of physical restraint and seclusion in schools, and for
  Mar. 4, 2010; Roll No. 86: 414–0.                            other purposes. Reported from Rules Mar. 2, 2010;
                                                               Rept. 111–425. House Calendar. Passed House Mar.
H. Res. 1112.—Congratulating the Pennsylvania State
                                                               3, 2010; Roll No. 78: 228–184.
  University IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon (THON)
  on its continued success in support of the Four Dia-
                                                             H. Res. 1127.—Expressing concern regarding the suicide
  monds Fund at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hos-
                                                               plane attack on Internal Revenue Service employees
  pital. Referred to Education and Labor Feb. 25, 2010.
                                                               in Austin, Texas. Referred to Ways and Means Mar.
  Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 2, 2010.
                                                               2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 3, 2010;
H. Res. 1113 (H.R. 2701).—Providing for further consid-        Roll No. 83: 408–2.
  eration of the bill (H.R. 2701) to authorize appropria-
  tions for fiscal year 2010 for intelligence and intel- H. Res. 1128.—Thanking Vancouver for hosting the
  ligence-related activities of the United States Govern-   world during the 2010 Winter Olympics and honoring
  ment, the Community Management Account, and the           the athletes from Team USA. Referred to Foreign Af-
  Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability     fairs Mar. 2, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  System, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules       amended Mar. 16, 2010; Roll No. 119: 420–0.
  Feb. 25, 2010; Rept. 111–421. House Calendar. Passed
  House Feb. 26, 2010.                                    H. Res. 1131.—Expressing support for designation of the
                                                            week of April 18, 2010, through April 23, 2010, as
H. Res. 1115.—Expressing appreciation for the profound      National Assistant Principals Week. Referred to Edu-
  dedication and public service of Enrique ‘‘Kiki’’         cation and Labor Mar. 2, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Camarena on the 25th anniversary of his death. Re-        Passed House amended Apr. 27, 2010; Roll No. 224:
  ferred to the Judiciary Feb. 25, 2010. Rules suspended.   411–0.
  Passed House Mar. 10, 2010.
                                                          H. Res. 1132.—Honoring the USS New Mexico as the
H. Res. 1116 (H. Con. Res. 14) (S. Con. Res. 9).—Sup-       sixth Virginia-class submarine commissioned by the
  porting the goals and ideals of Multiple Sclerosis        U.S. Navy to protect and defend the United States.
  Awareness Week. Referred to Energy and Commerce           Referred to Armed Services Mar. 2, 2010. Rules sus-
  Feb. 25, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr.         pended. Passed House amended May 4, 2010; Roll No.
  21, 2010.                                                 245: 378–1.
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H. Res. 1133.—Recognizing the extraordinary number of H. Res. 1153.—Recognizing the heroic efforts of the West
  African-Americans who have overcome significant ob-    Virginia National Guard and local responders for their
  stacles to enhance innovation and competitiveness in   work rescuing 17 individuals from a downed military
  the field of science in the United States. Referred to helicopter on a rugged, snow-covered mountain on the
  Science and Technology Mar. 2, 2010. Rules sus-        Pocahontas-Randolph county line. Referred to Armed
  pended. Passed House Mar. 19, 2010; Roll No. 145:      Services Mar. 9, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  399–0.                                                 June 29, 2010.

H. Res. 1137 (H.R. 2847).—Providing for consideration H. Res. 1155.—Commending the progress made by anti-
                                                        tuberculosis programs. Referred to Foreign Affairs and
  of the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 2847) mak-
                                                        in addition to Energy and Commerce Mar. 10, 2010.
  ing appropriations for the Departments of Commerce
                                                        Rules suspended. Passed House amended May 12,
  and Justice, and Science, and Related Agencies for
                                                        2010.
  the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and for
  other purposes. Reported from Rules Mar. 4, 2010; H. Res. 1156.—Electing a Member to a certain standing
  Rept. 111–426. House Calendar. Passed House Mar.      committee of the House of Representatives. Passed
  4, 2010; Roll No. 88: 212–209.                        House Mar. 10, 2010.

H. Res. 1141.—Honoring the accomplishments of Su- H. Res. 1157.—Congratulating the National Urban
  preme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the first     League on its 100th year of service to the United
  woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court.     States. Referred to Education and Labor Mar. 10,
  Referred to the Judiciary Mar. 4, 2010. Rules sus-     2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended May
  pended. Passed House Mar. 17, 2010; Roll No. 123:      5, 2010.
  416–0.
                                                       H. Res. 1161.—Honoring the Centennial Celebration of
                                                         Women at Marquette University, the first Catholic uni-
H. Res. 1142.—Congratulating Silver Lake College for
                                                         versity in the world to offer co-education as part of
  75 years of service as an undergraduate institution
                                                         its regular undergraduate program. Referred to Edu-
  of higher education. Referred to Education and Labor
                                                         cation and Labor Mar. 10, 2010. Considered under sus-
  Mar. 4, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar.
                                                         pension of rules May 25, 2010. Rules suspended.
  9, 2010.                                               Passed House May 27, 2010; Roll No. 308: 380–0.
H. Res. 1143.—Commending the Community of Democ- H. Res. 1163.—Recognizing Washington State University
  racies for its achievements since it was founded in      Honors College for 50 years of excellence. Referred
  2000. Referred to Foreign Affairs Mar. 4, 2010. Rules    to Education and Labor Mar. 11, 2010. Rules sus-
  suspended. Passed House amended May 12, 2010.            pended. Passed House Mar. 15, 2010; Roll No. 114:
                                                           389–0.
H. Res. 1144.—Expressing condolences to the families
  of the victims of the February 27, 2010, earthquake H. Res. 1164.—Raising a question of the privileges of
  in Chile, as well as solidarity with and support for     the House. Committed to Standards of Official Conduct
  the people of Chile as they plan for recovery and recon- Mar. 11, 2010; Roll No. 107: 402–1.
  struction. Referred to Foreign Affairs Mar. 9, 2010. H. Res. 1165.—Appointing and authorizing managers for
  Considered under suspension of rules Mar. 9, 2010.         the impeachment of G. Thomas Porteous, Jr., a Judge
  Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 10, 2010; Roll          for the United States District Court for the Eastern
  No. 100: 404–1.                                            District of Louisiana. Passed House Mar. 11, 2010.
                                                             Received in Senate Mar. 17, 2010. Received in Senate
H. Res. 1145.—Recognizing the University of Arizona’s        Mar. 17, 2010.
  125 years of dedication to excellence in higher edu-
  cation. Referred to Education and Labor Mar. 9, 2010. H. Res. 1167 (H. Res. 240).—Expressing the support of
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Mar. 15,             the House of Representatives for the goals and ideals
  2010; Roll No. 112: 392–0.                                 of Professional Social Work Month and World Social
                                                             Work Day. Referred to Education and Labor Mar. 11,
H. Res. 1146 (H. Con. Res. 248).—Providing for consider-     2010. Considered under suspension of rules Mar. 16,
  ation of the concurrent resolution (H. Con. Res. 248)      2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 17, 2010;
  directing the President, pursuant to section 5(c) of the   Roll No. 121: 419–0.
  War Powers Resolution, to remove the United States
                                                           H. Res. 1168 (H.R. 3650).—Providing for consideration
  Armed Forces from Afghanistan. Reported from Rules
                                                             of the bill (H.R. 3650) to establish a National Harmful
  Mar. 9, 2010; Rept. 111–428. House Calendar. Passed
                                                             Algal Bloom and Hypoxia Program, to develop and
  House Mar. 10, 2010; Roll No. 95: 225–195.
                                                             coordinate a comprehensive and integrated strategy to
                                                             address harmful algal blooms and hypoxia, and to pro-
H. Res. 1149 (H. Res. 382).—Supporting the goals and         vide for the development and implementation of com-
  ideals of National Charter School Week, to be held         prehensive regional action plans to reduce harmful
  May 2 through May 8, 2010. Referred to Education           algal blooms and hypoxia. Reported from Rules Mar.
  and Labor Mar. 9, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed            11, 2010; Rept. 111–439. House Calendar. Passed
  House May 5, 2010.                                         House Mar. 12, 2010.
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H. Res. 1169.—Honoring the 125th anniversary of Rol- H. Res. 1187.—Expressing the sense of the House of
  lins College. Referred to Education and Labor Mar.    Representatives with respect to raising public aware-
  11, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules May    ness of and helping to prevent attacks against Federal
  25, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended       employees while engaged in or on account of the per-
  May 26, 2010; Roll No. 305: 371–36.                   formance of official duties. Referred to Oversight and
                                                        Government Reform Mar. 16, 2010. Rules suspended.
                                                        Passed House amended May 11, 2010.
H. Res. 1170.—Congratulating the winners of the Voice
  of Democracy national scholarship program. Referred H. Res. 1189.—Commending Lance Mackey on winning
  to Education and Labor Mar. 11, 2010. Rules sus-      a record 4th straight Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
  pended. Passed House Mar. 15, 2010; Roll No. 113:     Referred to Oversight and Government Reform Mar.
  384–0.                                                17, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House May 25,
                                                          2010; Roll No. 300: 411–0.
H. Res. 1172.—Recognizing the life and achievements
  of Will Keith Kellogg. Referred to Oversight and Gov- H. Res. 1190.—Providing for consideration of motions
  ernment Reform Mar. 11, 2010. Rules suspended.          to suspend the rules. Reported from Rules Mar. 17,
  Passed House May 25, 2010; Roll No. 301: 410–0.         2010; Rept. 111–441. House Calendar. Passed House
                                                          Mar. 18, 2010; Roll No. 130: 232–187.
H. Res. 1173.—Recognizing the 100th anniversary of the H. Res. 1192 (H.R. 1612) (H.R. 3644).—Providing for con-
  Vermont Long Trail, the oldest long-distance hiking       sideration of the bill (H.R. 3644) to direct the National
  trail in the United States, and congratulating the        Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to establish
  Green Mountain Club for its century of dedication in      education and watershed programs which advance en-
  developing and maintaining the trail. Referred to Nat-    vironmental literacy, including preparedness and
  ural Resources Mar. 11, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed     adaptability for the likely impacts of climate change
  House Mar. 18, 2010; Roll No. 135: 409–1.                 in coastal watershed regions, and providing for consid-
                                                            eration of the bill (H.R. 1612) to amend the Public
H. Res. 1174 (H. Res. 211).—Supporting the goals and        Lands Corps Act of 1993 to expand the authorization
  ideals of National Women’s History Month. Referred        of the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, and the
  to Oversight and Government Reform Mar. 11, 2010.         Interior to provide service-learning opportunities on
  Considered under suspension of rules Mar. 19, 2010.       public lands, help restore the Nation’s natural, cul-
  Rules suspended. Passed House Mar. 21, 2010; Roll         tural, historic, archaeological, recreational, and scenic
  No. 156: 420–0.                                           resources, train a new generation of public land man-
                                                            agers and enthusiasts, and promote the value of public
                                                            service. Reported from Rules Mar. 18, 2010; Rept.
H. Res. 1178.—Directing the Clerk of the House of Rep-      111–445. House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 19,
  resentatives to compile the cost estimates prepared by    2010; Roll No. 136: 236–171.
  the Congressional Budget Office which are included
  in reports filed by committees of the House on ap- H. Res. 1193.—Raising a question of the privileges of
  proved legislation and post such estimates on the offi-   the House. Referred to Standards of Official Conduct
  cial public Internet site of the Office of the Clerk.     Mar. 18, 2010. Committed to Standards of Official Con-
  Referred to House Administration Mar. 12, 2010. Rules     duct Mar. 18, 2010; Roll No. 131: 397–0.
  suspended. Passed House amended June 9, 2010; Roll
  No. 342: 390–22.                                        H. Res. 1194.—Raising a question of the privileges of
                                                            the House. Laid on table Mar. 18, 2010; Roll No. 132:
H. Res. 1182.—Congratulating Radford University on the      232–181.
  100th anniversary of the university. Referred to Edu-
  cation and Labor Mar. 15, 2010. Rules suspended. H. Res. 1198.—Congratulating Lock Haven University
  Passed House Apr. 21, 2010.                            of Pennsylvania for 140 years of excellence in higher
                                                         education. Referred to Education and Labor Mar. 18,
                                                         2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Apr.
H. Res. 1184.—Congratulating the 2009-2010 University    13, 2010.
  of Maryland Men’s Basketball Team, Greivis Vasquez,
  and Coach Gary Williams on an outstanding season. H. Res. 1203 (H.R. 3590) (H.R. 4872).—Providing for con-
  Referred to Education and Labor Mar. 16, 2010. Con-    sideration of the Senate amendments to the bill (H.R.
  sidered under suspension of rules Mar. 16, 2010. Rules 3590) to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
  suspended. Passed House Mar. 17, 2010; Roll No. 122:   to modify the first-time homebuyers credit in the case
  279–132.                                               of members of the Armed Forces and certain other
                                                         Federal employees, and for other purposes, and pro-
                                                         viding for consideration of the bill (H.R. 4872) to pro-
H. Res. 1186.—Expressing support for designation of
                                                         vide for reconciliation pursuant to section 202 of the
  April as National Distracted Driving Awareness
                                                         concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year
  Month. Referred to Transportation and Infrastructure
                                                         2010. Reported from Rules Mar. 21 (Legislative day
  Mar. 16, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Mar.
                                                         of Mar. 20), 2010; Rept. 111–448. House Calendar.
  23, 2010; Roll No. 175: 410–2.
                                                         Passed House Mar. 21, 2010; Roll No. 163: 224–206.
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H. Res. 1204 (H.R. 4899).—Providing for consideration H. Res. 1219 (H. Res. 438).—Expressing support for des-
  of the bill (H.R. 4899) making emergency supplemental     ignation of September as National Child Awareness
  appropriations for disaster relief and summer jobs for    Month. Referred to Education and Labor Mar. 25,
  the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and for        2010. Rules suspended. Passed House July 19, 2010;
  other purposes. Reported from Rules Mar. 22, 2010;        Roll No. 450: 373–0.
  Rept. 111–454. House Calendar. Passed House Mar.
  24, 2010; Roll No. 179: 233–191.                        H. Res. 1220.—Raising a question of the privileges of
                                                            the House. Referred to Standards of Official Conduct
H. Res. 1205 (H.R. 4849).—Providing for consideration       Mar. 25, 2010. Committed to Standards of Official Con-
  of the bill (H.R. 4849) to amend the Internal Revenue     duct Mar. 25, 2010; Roll No. 187: 406–1.
  Code of 1986 to provide tax incentives for small busi-
  ness job creation, extend the Build America Bonds pro- H. Res. 1222 (H. Res. 336).—Supporting the goals and
  gram, provide other infrastructure job creation tax in-   ideals of National Library Week. Referred to Education
  centives, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules     and Labor Mar. 25, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
  Mar. 22, 2010; Rept. 111–455. House Calendar. Passed      House Apr. 13, 2010; Roll No. 196: 397–0.
  House Mar. 23, 2010; Roll No. 173: 233–187.
                                                          H. Res. 1223.—Electing a Minority member to a standing
H. Res. 1206.—Remembering the victims of the attack         committee. Passed House Mar. 25, 2010.
  on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma
  City, Oklahoma, and supporting the goals and ideals H. Res. 1225 (H.R. 4872).—Providing for consideration
  of the National Week of Hope. Referred to Oversight       of the Senate amendments to the bill (H.R. 4872) to
  and Government Reform Mar. 23, 2010. Rules sus-           provide for reconciliation pursuant to Title II of the
  pended. Passed House amended Apr. 13, 2010.               concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year
                                                            2010 (S.Con.Res. 13). Reported from Rules Mar. 25,
H. Res. 1208.—Supporting the goals of World Intellectual    2010; Rept. 111–458. House Calendar. Passed House
  Property Day. Referred to the Judiciary Mar. 23, 2010.    Mar. 25, 2010; Roll No. 193: 225–199.
  Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 27, 2010.
                                                          H. Res. 1226.—Commending EyeCare America for its
H. Res. 1212 (H.R. 1586).—Providing for consideration       work over the last 25 years. Referred to Energy and
  of the Senate amendments to the bill (H.R. 1586) to       Commerce Mar. 25, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
  impose an additional tax on bonuses received from         House amended Sept. 28, 2010.
  certain TARP recipients, and for other purposes. Re-
  ported from Rules Mar. 24, 2010; Rept. 111–456. H. Res. 1228.—Honoring the veterans of Helicopter At-
  House Calendar. Passed House Mar. 25, 2010; Roll       tack Light Squadron Three and their families. Referred
  No. 188: 231–190.                                      to Veterans’ Affairs and in addition to Armed Services
                                                         Mar. 25, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
                                                         June 29, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
H. Res. 1213.—Recognizing the need to improve the par-
                                                         ed July 1, 2010; Roll No. 415: 410–0.
  ticipation and performance of America’s students in
  Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
  (STEM) fields, supporting the ideals of National Lab H. Res. 1231.—Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the
  Day, and for other purposes. Referred to Science and   United States Television Infrared Observation Sat-
  Technology Mar. 24, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed      ellite, the world’s first meteorological satellite,
  House May 4, 2010; Roll No. 244: 378–2.                launched by the National Aeronautics and Space Ad-
                                                         ministration on April 1, 1960, and fulfilling the prom-
                                                         ise of President Eisenhower to all nations of the world
H. Res. 1215.—Expressing support for Bangladesh’s re-    to promote the peaceful use of space for the benefit
  turn to democracy. Referred to Foreign Affairs Mar.    of all mankind. Referred to Science and Technology
  24, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended        Mar. 25, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House May
  Mar. 25, 2010; Roll No. 195: 380–7.                    4, 2010.

H. Res. 1216.—Congratulating Reverend Daniel P. H. Res. 1236.—Honoring the coal miners who perished
  Coughlin on his tenth year of service as Chaplain of   in the Upper Big Branch Mine-South in Raleigh Coun-
  the House of Representatives. Referred to House Ad-    ty, West Virginia, extending condolences to their fami-
  ministration Mar. 24, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed    lies and recognizing the valiant efforts of emergency
  House Apr. 21, 2010; Roll No. 216: 412–0.              response workers at the mine disaster. Referred to
                                                         Education and Labor Apr. 13, 2010. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 1217.—Honoring Fort Drum’s soldiers of the 10th  Passed House Apr. 14, 2010; Roll No. 199: 409–0.
  Mountain Division for their past and continuing con-
  tributions to the security of the United States. Re- H. Res. 1237.—Honoring the life of Wilma Pearl
  ferred to Armed Services Mar. 24, 2010. Considered     Mankiller and expressing condolences of the House of
  under suspension of rules Nov. 30, 2010. Rules sus-    Representatives on her passing. Referred to Natural
  pended. Passed House amended Dec. 1, 2010; Roll No.    Resources Apr. 13, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
  594: 415–0.                                            House Apr. 14, 2010.
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H. Res. 1239.—Commending the University of Con- H. Res. 1254.—Directing the Secretary of the Interior
  necticut Huskies for their historic win in the 2010    to transmit to the House of Representatives certain
  NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament. Re-     information relating to the Secretary’s Treasured
  ferred to Education and Labor Apr. 13, 2010. Rules     Landscape Initiative, potential designation of National
  suspended. Passed House amended Apr. 21, 2010.         Monuments, and High Priority Land-Rationalization
                                                         Efforts. Referred to Natural Resources Apr. 15, 2010.
H. Res. 1240 (H. Res. 353).—Supporting the goals and     Reported May 11, 2010; Rept. 111–480.
  ideals of Global Youth Service Day. Referred to Edu- House Calendar ....................................................House 195
  cation and Labor Apr. 13, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Passed House amended Apr. 27, 2010.                  H. Res. 1255.—Raising a question of the privileges of
                                                         the House. Referred to Standards of Official Conduct
H. Res. 1242.—Congratulating the Duke University         Apr. 15, 2010. Committed to Standards of Official Con-
                                                         duct Apr. 15, 2010; Roll No. 206: 385–0.
  men’s basketball team for winning the 2010 NCAA
  Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship. H. Res. 1256.—Congratulating Phil Mickelson on win-
  Referred to Education and Labor Apr. 13, 2010. Con-       ning the 2010 Masters golf tournament. Referred to
  sidered under suspension of rules Apr. 14, 2010. Rules    Oversight and Government Reform Apr. 15, 2010. Con-
  suspended. Passed House Apr. 15, 2010; Roll No. 210:      sidered under suspension of rules May 18, 2010. Rules
  390–0.                                                    suspended. Passed House May 20, 2010; Roll No. 285:
                                                            401–0.
H. Res. 1244.—Recognizing the National Collegiate
  Cyber Defense Competition for its now five-year effort H. Res. 1257.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
  to promote cyber security curriculum in institutions      tional Financial Literacy Month, 2010, and for other
  of higher learning. Referred to Education and Labor       purposes. Referred to Financial Services Apr. 15, 2010.
  Apr. 13, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules       Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 20, 2010; Roll
  June 28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-       No. 212: 397–4.
  ed June 29, 2010; Roll No. 399: 412–2.
                                                          H. Res. 1258 (H. Res. 437).—Expressing support for des-
H. Res. 1246.—Expressing sympathy to the people of          ignation of May 2010 as Mental Health Month. Re-
  Poland in the aftermath of the tragic plane crash that    ferred to Energy and Commerce Apr. 15, 2010. Consid-
  killed the country’s President, First Lady, and 94 oth-   ered under suspension of rules May 24, 2010. Rules
  ers on April 10, 2010. Referred to Foreign Affairs Apr.   suspended. Passed House amended May 25, 2010; Roll
  14, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 14,          No. 295: 414–1.
  2010; Roll No. 203: 404–0.
                                                          H. Res. 1259.—Recognizing and supporting the goals and
                                                            ideals of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Referred
H. Res. 1247 (H. Res. 299).—Expressing the sense of         to the Judiciary Apr. 15, 2010. Rules suspended.
  the House of Representatives that public servants         Passed House Apr. 27, 2010.
  should be commended for their dedication and contin-
  ued service to the Nation during Public Service Rec- H. Res. 1261 (H. Res. 192).—Recognizing National
  ognition Week, May 3 through 9, 2010, and throughout      Nurses Week. Referred to Education and Labor Apr.
  the year. Referred to Oversight and Government Re-        15, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended
  form Apr. 14, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House         May 12, 2010.
  May 5, 2010.
                                                          H. Res. 1262.—Expressing condolences to the families,
H. Res. 1248 (H.R. 4715).—Providing for consideration       friends, and loved ones of the victims of the fire at
  of the bill (H.R. 4715) to amend the Federal Water        the Tesoro refinery in Anacortes, Washington. Referred
  Pollution Control Act to reauthorize the National Estu-   to Oversight and Government Reform Apr. 15, 2010.
  ary Program, and for other purposes, waiving a re-        Rules suspended. Passed House Apr. 21, 2010.
  quirement of clause 6(a) of rule XIII with respect to
  consideration of certain resolutions reported from the H. Res. 1264.—Expressing support for the designation
  Committee on Rules, and providing for consideration       of March as National Essential Tremor Awareness
  of motions to suspend the rules. Reported from Rules      Month. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  Apr. 14, 2010; Rept. 111–463. House Calendar. Passed      Apr. 15, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec.
  House Apr. 15, 2010; Roll No. 204: 235–171.               7, 2010; Roll No. 610: 387–1.

                                                                  H. Res. 1269.—Commemorating the 400th anniversary
H. Res. 1249.—Raising a question of the privileges of
                                                                    of the first use of the telescope for astronomical obser-
  the House. Referred to Standards of Official Conduct
                                                                    vation by the Italian scientist Galileo Galilei. Referred
  Apr. 14, 2010. Committed to Standards of Official Con-
                                                                    to Science and Technology Apr. 15, 2010. Rules sus-
  duct Apr. 14, 2010; Roll No. 202: 235–157.
                                                                    pended. Passed House May 4, 2010.
H. Res. 1251.—Recognizing and honoring the United H. Res. 1270.—Expressing support for Mathematics
  States troops who gave their lives on D-Day at the  Awareness Month. Referred to Education and Labor
  Battle of Normandy. Referred to Armed Services Apr. Apr. 16, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
  14, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended     Apr. 21, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr.
  Sept. 14, 2010.                                     22, 2010; Roll No. 220: 407–2.
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H. Res. 1271.—Honoring the life and achievements of H. Res. 1294.—Expressing support for designation of the
  Rev. Benjamin Lawson Hooks. Referred to the Judici-       first Saturday in May as National Explosive Ordnance
  ary Apr. 20, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr.     Disposal Day to honor those who are serving and have
  20, 2010; Roll No. 213: 407–0.                            served in the noble and self-sacrificing profession of
                                                            Explosive Ordnance Disposal in the United States
H. Res. 1272.—Commemorating the 40th anniversary of         Armed Forces. Referred to Oversight and Government
  the May 4, 1970, Kent State University shootings. Re-     Reform Apr. 22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  ferred to Education and Labor Apr. 20, 2010. Rules        May 11, 2010; Roll No. 256: 388–0.
  suspended. Passed House May 5, 2010; Roll No. 247:
  415–0.                                                  H. Res. 1295 (H. Res. 388).—Celebrating the role of
                                                            mothers in the United States and supporting the goals
H. Res. 1276.—Recognizing the continued importance of       and ideals of Mother’s Day. Referred to Oversight and
  volunteerism and national service and the anniversary     Government Reform Apr. 22, 2010. Considered under
  of the signing of the landmark service legislation, the   suspension of rules May 5, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act. Referred to          Passed House May 6, 2010; Roll No. 250: 417–0.
  Education and Labor Apr. 20, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Passed House Apr. 21, 2010.                             H. Res. 1297.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Amer-
                                                         ican Craft Beer Week. Referred to Oversight and Gov-
H. Res. 1278.—In support and recognition of National     ernment Reform Apr. 22, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Safe Digging Month, April, 2010. Referred to Transpor- Passed House May 18, 2010.
  tation and Infrastructure and in addition to Energy
  and Commerce Apr. 20, 2010. Reported amended from
  Transportation and Infrastructure May 4, 2010; Rept. H. Res. 1299 (H. Res. 47).—Supporting the goals and
  111–473, Pt. I. Energy and Commerce discharged May     ideals of Peace Officers Memorial Day. Referred to the
  4, 2010. House Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed       Judiciary Apr. 26, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
  House amended May 5, 2010.                             House May 11, 2010; Roll No. 258: 395–0.

H. Res. 1280.—Expressing the support of the House of H. Res. 1300 (H.R. 5013).—Providing for consideration
  Representatives for the goals and ideals of National     of the bill (H.R. 5013) to amend title 10, United States
  Healthy Schools Day. Referred to Education and Labor     Code, to provide for performance management of the
  Apr. 20, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-      defense acquisition system, and for other purposes. Re-
  ed Apr. 27, 2010.                                        ported from Rules Apr. 27, 2010; Rept. 111–467. House
                                                           Calendar. Passed House Apr. 28, 2010.
H. Res. 1281.—Celebrating the life and achievements of
  Dr. Dorothy Irene Height and recognizing her life-long H. Res. 1301 (H. Res. 367).—Supporting the goals and
  dedication and leadership in the struggle for human      ideals of National Train Day. Referred to Transpor-
  rights and equality for all people until her death at    tation and Infrastructure Apr. 27, 2010. Reported May
  age 98 on April 20, 2010. Referred to the Judiciary      4, 2010; Rept. 111–472. House Calendar. Rules sus-
  Apr. 21, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Apr.        pended. Passed House amended May 5, 2010; Roll No.
  21, 2010.                                                248: 296–119.

H. Res. 1284.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na- H. Res. 1303.—Recognizing the close friendship and his-
  tional Learn to Fly Day, and for other purposes. Re- torical ties between the United Kingdom and the
  ferred to Transportation and Infrastructure Apr. 21, United States. Referred to Foreign Affairs Apr. 27,
  2010. Reported amended May 7, 2010; Rept. 111–477.   2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended May
  House Calendar. Rules suspended. Passed House        12, 2010.
  amended May 12, 2010.
                                                        H. Res. 1305 (H.R. 2499).—Providing for consideration
H. Res. 1287.—Raising a question of the privileges of     of the bill (H.R. 2499) to provide for a federally sanc-
  the House. Committed to Standards of Official Conduct   tioned self-determination process for the people of
  Apr. 22, 2010; Roll No. 218: 402–0.                     Puerto Rico. Reported from Rules Apr. 28, 2010; Rept.
                                                          111–468. House Calendar. Passed House Apr. 29, 2010;
H. Res. 1292.—Congratulating the Emporia State Uni-       Roll No. 232: 222–190.
  versity Lady Hornets women’s basketball team for win-
  ning the 2010 NCAA Division II National Champion-
  ship. Referred to Education and Labor Apr. 22, 2010. H. Res. 1307.—Honoring the National Science Founda-
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended May 19,           tion for 60 years of service to the Nation. Referred
  2010; Roll No. 282: 407–1.                              to Science and Technology Apr. 29, 2010. Rules sus-
                                                          pended. Passed House May 4, 2010; Roll No. 243:
                                                          370–2.
H. Res. 1293 (H. Res. 337).—Expressing support for the
  goals and ideals of National Child Abuse Prevention
  Month. Referred to Education and Labor Apr. 22, 2010. H. Res. 1310.—Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended Apr. 27,          laser. Referred to Science and Technology Apr. 29,
  2010.                                                   2010. Rules suspended. Passed House May 4, 2010.
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H. Res. 1312 (H. Res. 374).—Recognizing the roles and H. Res. 1325 (H. Res. 297).—Recognizing National Miss-
  contributions of America’s teachers to building and en-  ing Children’s Day. Referred to the Judiciary May 4,
  hancing our Nation’s civic, cultural, and economic well- 2010. Considered under suspension of rules May 18,
  being. Referred to Education and Labor Apr. 29, 2010.    2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended May
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended May 5, 2010.       19, 2010; Roll No. 278: 410–0.

H. Res. 1313.—Expressing support for designation of H. Res. 1326.—Calling on the Government of Japan to
  May as ‘‘Child Advocacy Center Month’’ and com-           immediately address the growing problem of abduction
  mending the National Child Advocacy Center in             to and retention of United States citizen minor chil-
  Huntsville, Alabama, on their 25th anniversary in         dren in Japan, to work closely with the Government
  2010. Referred to Education and Labor Apr. 29, 2010.      of the United States to return these children to their
  Considered under suspension of rules Nov. 30, 2010.       custodial parent or to the original jurisdiction for a
  Rules suspended. Passed House Dec. 2, 2010; Roll No.      custody determination in the United States, to provide
  605: 413–0.                                               left-behind parents immediate access to their children,
                                                            and to adopt without delay the 1980 Hague Convention
H. Res. 1316 (H. Res. 435).—Celebrating Asian/Pacific       on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
  American Heritage Month. Referred to Oversight and        Referred to Foreign Affairs May 5, 2010. Considered
  Government Reform Apr. 29, 2010. Considered under         under suspension of rules Sept. 28, 2010. Rules sus-
  suspension of rules May 25, 2010. Rules suspended.        pended. Passed House amended Sept. 29, 2010; Roll
  Passed House amended May 26, 2010; Roll No. 304:          No. 553: 416–1.
  408–0.
                                                          H. Res. 1327.—Honoring the life, achievements, and con-
                                                            tributions of Floyd Dominy. Referred to Natural Re-
H. Res. 1320.—Expressing support for the vigilance and      sources May 5, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  prompt response of the citizens of New York City, the     May 18, 2010; Roll No. 275: 390–0.
  New York Police Department, the New York Police
  Department Bomb Squad, the Fire Department of New H. Res. 1328.—Honoring the life and legacy of William
  York, other first responders, the Federal Bureau of       Earnest ‘‘Ernie’’ Harwell. Referred to Oversight and
  Investigation, United States Customs and Border Pro-      Government Reform May 5, 2010. Rules suspended.
  tection, the United States Attorney’s Office for the      Passed House May 11, 2010; Roll No. 257: 394–0.
  Southern District of New York, the Department of
  Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, the H. Res. 1329 (H.R. 5019).—Providing for consideration
  New York Joint Terrorism Task Force, the Bridgeport       of the bill (H.R. 5019) to provide for the establishment
  Police Department, Detective Bureau, Patrol Division,     of the Home Star Retrofit Rebate Program, and for
  and other law enforcement agencies in Connecticut to      other purposes. Reported from Rules May 5, 2010;
  the attempted terrorist attack in Times Square on May     Rept. 111–475. House Calendar. Passed House May
  1, 2010, their exceptional professionalism and inves-     6, 2010; Roll No. 249: 229–182.
  tigative work following the attempted attack, and their
  consistent commitment to preparedness for and collec- H. Res. 1330.—Recognizing June 8, 2010, as World
  tive response to terrorism. Referred to Homeland Secu-    Ocean Day. Referred to Oversight and Government Re-
  rity May 4, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House           form May 5, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  amended May 5, 2010; Roll No. 246: 418–0.                 amended June 9, 2010; Roll No. 344: 369–44.

H. Res. 1321.—Expressing the sense of the House of H. Res. 1333.—Expressing support for the goals and
  Representatives that the political situation in Thailand ideals of Children’s Book Week. Referred to Education
  be solved peacefully and through democratic means.       and Labor May 6, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
  Referred to Foreign Affairs May 4, 2010. Considered      House May 12, 2010.
  under suspension of rules June 30, 2010. Rules sus-
  pended. Passed House amended July 1, 2010; Roll No. H. Res. 1334.—Electing Members to certain standing
  419: 411–4.                                              committees of the House of Representatives. Passed
                                                           House May 6, 2010.
H. Res. 1322.—Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the
                                                        H. Res. 1336.—Congratulating the University of Texas
  Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship
                                                          men’s swimming and diving team for winning the
  Program and recognizing the significant contributions
                                                          NCAA Division I national championship. Referred to
  of Albert Einstein Fellows. Referred to Education and
                                                          Education and Labor May 6, 2010. Considered under
  Labor May 4, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                          suspension of rules May 19, 2010. Rules suspended.
  June 15, 2010; Roll No. 364: 405–5.
                                                          Passed House May 20, 2010; Roll No. 286: 405–0.
H. Res. 1324.—Expressing condolences and sympathies H. Res. 1337.—Expressing the sympathy and condolences
  for the people of China following the tragic earthquake of the House of Representatives to those people af-
  in the Qinghai province of the Peoples Republic of      fected by the flooding in Tennessee, Kentucky, and
  China on April 14, 2010. Referred to Foreign Affairs    Mississippi in May, 2010. Referred to Transportation
  May 4, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules       and Infrastructure May 6, 2010. Considered under sus-
  May 19, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House May         pension of rules May 12, 2010. Rules suspended.
  20, 2010.                                               Passed House May 13, 2010; Roll No. 272: 402–0.
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H. Res. 1338 (H. Res. 453).—Recognizing the significant H. Res. 1362.—Celebrating the life and achievements of
  accomplishments of AmeriCorps and encouraging all        Lena Mary Calhoun Horne and honoring her for her
  citizens to join in a national effort to raise awareness triumphs against racial discrimination and her stead-
  about the importance of national and community serv-     fast commitment to the civil rights of all people. Re-
  ice. Referred to Education and Labor May 6, 2010.        ferred to Oversight and Government Reform May 18,
  Considered under suspension of rules May 12, 2010.       2010. Considered under suspension of rules May 18,
  Rules suspended. Passed House May 13, 2010; Roll         2010. Rules suspended. Passed House May 19, 2010;
  No. 271: 280–128.                                        Roll No. 279: 405–1.

H. Res. 1339 (H. Res. 391).—Expressing support for des- H. Res. 1363.—Granting the authority provided under
  ignation of May as National Foster Care Month and       clause 4(c)(3) of rule X of the Rules of the House of
  acknowledging the responsibility that Congress has to   Representatives to the Committee on Education and
  promote safety, well-being, improved outcomes, and      Labor for purposes of its investigation into under-
  permanency for the Nation’s collective children. Re-    ground coal mining safety. Referred to Rules May 18,
  ferred to Ways and Means May 6, 2010. Considered        2010. Reported May 19, 2010; Rept. 111–487. House
  under suspension of rules May 19, 2010. Rules sus-      Calendar. Passed House May 20, 2010; Roll No. 289:
  pended. Passed House May 20, 2010.                      413–1.

H. Res. 1344 (H.R. 5116).—Providing for consideration H. Res. 1364.—Honoring the historic and community sig-
  of the bill (H.R. 5116) to invest in innovation through nificance of the Chatham County Courthouse and ex-
  research and development, to improve the competitive-   pressing condolences to Chatham County and the town
  ness of the United States, and for other purposes. Re-  of Pittsboro for the fire damage sustained by the court-
  ported from Rules May 11, 2010; Rept. 111–479. House    house on March 25, 2010. Referred to the Judiciary
  Calendar. Passed House May 12, 2010; Roll No. 259:      May 18, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
  243–177.                                                May 18, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House May
                                                          19, 2010; Roll No. 283: 406–1.
H. Res. 1347.—Honoring the workers who perished on
  the Deepwater Horizon offshore oil platform in the H. Res. 1366.—Recognizing and honoring the freight rail
  Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana, extending    industry. Referred to Transportation and Infrastruc-
  condolences to their families, and recognizing the val- ture May 18, 2010. Reported amended July 15, 2010;
  iant efforts of emergency response workers at the dis-  Rept. 111–542. House Calendar. Rules suspended.
  aster site. Referred to Oversight and Government Re-    Passed House amended July 27, 2010; Roll No. 472:
  form May 11, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House        411–0.
  May 26, 2010; Roll No. 302: 403–0.
                                                          H. Res. 1368 (H. Res. 507).—Supporting the goals of
H. Res. 1350.—Recognizing June 20, 2010, as World Ref-
                                                            National Dairy Month. Referred to Agriculture May
  ugee Day. Referred to Foreign Affairs May 11, 2010.
                                                            18, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House June 14,
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended June 23,
                                                            2010; Roll No. 355: 359–0.
  2010.

H. Res. 1353.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Stu- H. Res. 1369 (H. Con. Res. 127).—Recognizing the sig-
  dent Financial Aid Awareness Month to raise aware-    nificance of National Caribbean-American Heritage
  ness of student financial aid. Referred to Education  Month. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  and Labor May 12, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed       May 18, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
  House amended May 25, 2010.                           June 22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House June
                                                        23, 2010; Roll No. 381: 410–0.
H. Res. 1357.—Commending and congratulating the Hol-
  lywood Walk of Fame on the occasion of its 50th anni- H. Res. 1372.—Honoring the University of Georgia Grad-
  versary. Referred to Oversight and Government Re-          uate School on the occasion of its centennial. Referred
  form May 12, 2010. Considered under suspension of          to Education and Labor May 19, 2010. Considered
  rules June 16, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House         under suspension of rules May 25, 2010. Rules sus-
  June 17, 2010.                                             pended. Passed House May 27, 2010; Roll No. 309:
                                                             412–0.
H. Res. 1359.—Calling for the immediate and uncondi-
  tional release of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit held cap- H. Res. 1373 (H. Res. 503).—Expressing support for des-
  tive by Hamas, and for other purposes. Referred to         ignation of the week beginning May 2, 2010, as ‘‘Na-
  Foreign Affairs May 13, 2010. Considered under sus-        tional Physical Education and Sport Week’’. Referred
  pension of rules June 23, 2010. Rules suspended.           to Education and Labor May 19, 2010. Considered
  Passed House amended June 24, 2010.                        under suspension of rules June 23, 2010. Rules sus-
                                                             pended. Passed House June 24, 2010.
H. Res. 1361.—Recognizing North Carolina Central Uni-
  versity on its 100th anniversary. Referred to Education H. Res. 1375.—Recognizing the 90th anniversary of the
  and Labor May 13, 2010. Considered under suspension        19th Amendment. Referred to the Judiciary May 19,
  of rules May 19, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House       2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Sept.
  amended May 20, 2010; Roll No. 287: 408–1.                 15, 2010.
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H. Res. 1377.—Honoring the accomplishments of Nor- H. Res. 1392.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
  man Yoshio Mineta, and for other purposes. Referred     rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
  to House Administration May 19, 2010. Considered        lutions reported from the Committee on Rules, and
  under suspension of rules Dec. 15, 2010. Rules sus-     providing for consideration of motions to suspend the
  pended. Passed House Dec. 17, 2010; Roll No. 648:       rules. Reported from Rules May 25, 2010; Rept.
  384–0.                                                  111–494. House Calendar. Laid on the table pursuant
                                                          to H. Res. 1403 May 28, 2010.
H. Res. 1378.—Condemning the theft from the Mojave
  National Preserve of the national Mojave Cross memo-
  rial honoring American soldiers who died in World H. Res. 1397.—Electing a Member to certain standing
  War I. Referred to Natural Resources and in addition    committees of the House of Representatives. Passed
  to the Judiciary May 19, 2010. Rules suspended.         House May 26, 2010.
  Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.
                                                        H. Res. 1401.—Expressing gratitude for the contributions
H. Res. 1381.—Recognizing the National Museum of          that the air traffic controllers of the United States
  American Jewish History, an affiliate of the Smithso-   make to keep the traveling public safe and the air-
  nian Institution, as the only museum in the Nation      space of the United States running efficiently, and for
  dedicated exclusively to exploring and preserving the   other purposes. Referred to Transportation and Infra-
  American Jewish experience. Referred to House Ad-       structure May 26, 2010. Reported amended July 15,
  ministration May 20, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed      2010; Rept. 111–543. House Calendar. Rules sus-
  House June 9, 2010.                                     pended. Passed House amended July 27, 2010.
H. Res. 1382.—Expressing sympathy to the families of
  those killed by North Korea in the sinking of the Re- H. Res. 1402.—Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the
  public of Korea Ship Cheonan, and solidarity with the   National Council for International Visitors, and ex-
  Republic of Korea in the aftermath of this tragic inci- pressing support for designation of February 16, 2011,
  dent. Referred to Foreign Affairs May 20, 2010. Con-    as ‘‘Citizen Diplomacy Day’’. Referred to Foreign Af-
  sidered under suspension of rules May 24, 2010. Rules   fairs May 26, 2010. Considered under suspension of
  suspended. Passed House May 25, 2010; Roll No. 296:     rules Dec. 7, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  411–3.                                                  amended Dec. 8, 2010; Roll No. 617: 394–13.

H. Res. 1383.—Honoring Dr. Larry Case on his retire- H. Res. 1403 (H.R. 4213) (H. Res. 1392).—Providing for
  ment as National FFA Advisor. Referred to Agriculture   consideration of the Senate amendment to the bill
  May 20, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
                                                          (H.R. 4213) to amend the Internal Revenue Code of
  June 14, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House June
                                                          1986 to extend certain expiring provisions, and for
  15, 2010; Roll No. 358: 409–0.
                                                          other purposes. Reported from Rules May 26, 2010;
H. Res. 1385.—Recognizing and honoring the courage        Rept. 111–497. House Calendar. Passed House amend-
  and sacrifice of the members of the Armed Forces and    ed May 28, 2010; Roll No. 323: 221–199.
  veterans, and for other purposes. Referred to Armed
  Services and in addition to Veterans’ Affairs May 20, H. Res. 1404 (H.R. 5136).—Providing for consideration
  2010. Considered under suspension of rules May 25,      of the bill (H.R. 5136) to authorize appropriations for
  2010. Rules suspended. Passed House May 26, 2010;       fiscal year 2011 for military activities of the Depart-
  Roll No. 303: 414–0.                                    ment of Defense, to prescribe military personnel
                                                          strengths for such fiscal year, and for other purposes;
H. Res. 1388 (H. Res. 387).—Supporting the goals and      waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of rule XIII with
  ideals of National Hurricane Preparedness Week. Re-     respect to consideration of certain resolutions reported
  ferred to Science and Technology May 24, 2010. Con-     from the Committee on Rules; and for other purposes.
  sidered under suspension of rules June 22, 2010. Rules  Reported from Rules May 26, 2010; Rept. 111–498.
  suspended. Passed House June 23, 2010; Roll No. 384:    House Calendar. Passed House May 27, 2010; Roll No.
  419–0.                                                  307: 241–178.
H. Res. 1389 (H. Res. 428).—Recognizing the immeas-
  urable contributions of fathers in the healthy develop- H. Res. 1405.—Congratulating the people of the 17 Afri-
  ment of children, supporting responsible fatherhood,       can nations that in 2010 are marking the 50th year
  and encouraging greater involvement of fathers in the      of their national independence. Referred to Foreign Af-
  lives of their children, especially on Father’s Day. Re-   fairs May 27, 2010. Considered under suspension of
  ferred to Education and Labor May 25, 2010. Rules          rules June 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  suspended. Passed House June 15, 2010; Roll No. 361:       amended July 1, 2010; Roll No. 420: 410–0.
  416–0.
                                                           H. Res. 1406.—Directing the Secretary of the Interior
H. Res. 1391.—Congratulating Israel for its accession        to transmit to the House of Representatives certain
  to membership in the Organization for Economic Co-         information relating to the potential designation of Na-
  operation and Development. Referred to Foreign Af-
                                                             tional Monuments. Referred to Natural Resources May
  fairs May 25, 2010. Considered under suspension of
                                                             27, 2010. Reported June 23, 2010; Rept. 111–510.
  rules May 26, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
                                                           House Calendar ....................................................House 205
  amended May 28, 2010; Roll No. 320: 418–0.
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H. Res. 1407 (H. Res. 492).—Supporting the goals and H. Res. 1428.—Recognizing Brooklyn Botanic Garden on
  ideals of High-Performance Building Week. Referred         its 100th anniversary as the preeminent horticultural
  to Science and Technology May 27, 2010. Rules sus-         attraction in the borough of Brooklyn and its long-
  pended. Passed House June 22, 2010; Roll No. 378:          standing commitment to environmental stewardship
  371–20.                                                    and education for the City of New York. Referred to
                                                             Oversight and Government Reform June 9, 2010. Rules
H. Res. 1409.—Expressing support for designation of          suspended. Passed House Nov. 16, 2010; Roll No. 571:
  June 20, 2010, as ‘‘American Eagle Day’’, and cele-        401–0.
  brating the recovery and restoration of the bald eagle,
  the national symbol of the United States. Referred to H. Res. 1429 (H. Res. 420).—Celebrating the symbol of
  Financial Services May 27, 2010. Rules suspended.          the United States flag and supporting the goals and
  Passed House June 14, 2010; Roll No. 356: 360–0.           ideals of Flag Day. Referred to Oversight and Govern-
                                                             ment Reform June 9, 2010. Considered under suspen-
H. Res. 1411.—Honoring the service and commitment            sion of rules June 16, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
  of the 111th Fighter Wing, Pennsylvania Air National       House June 17, 2010; Roll No. 370: 418–0.
  Guard. Referred to Armed Services May 27, 2010. Con-
  sidered under suspension of rules July 20, 2010. Rules
                                                           H. Res. 1430.—Honoring and saluting golf legend Juan
  suspended. Passed House amended July 21, 2010; Roll
                                                             Antonio ‘‘Chi Chi’’ Rodriguez for his commitment to
  No. 460: 417–0.
                                                             Latino youth programs of the Congressional Hispanic
                                                             Caucus Institute. Referred to Education and Labor
H. Res. 1412.—Congratulating the Government of South
                                                             June 10, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
  Africa upon its first two successful convictions for
                                                             Nov. 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
  human trafficking. Referred to Foreign Affairs May
                                                             ed Dec. 1, 2010; Roll No. 592: 405–2.
  27, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules June
  30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended
  July 1, 2010; Roll No. 421: 414–1.                       H. Res. 1433.—Expressing support for designation of
                                                             September 2010 as Blood Cancer Awareness Month.
H. Res. 1414.—Congratulating Urban Prep Charter              Referred to Energy and Commerce June 10, 2010.
  Academy for Young Men-Englewood Campus, the Na-            Rules suspended. Passed House amended Sept. 22,
  tion’s first all-male charter high school, for achieving   2010.
  a 100 percent college acceptance rate for all 107 mem-
  bers of its first graduating class of 2010. Referred to H. Res. 1434 (H. Res. 502).—Recognizing National Home-
  Education and Labor May 28, 2010. Considered under         ownership Month and the importance of homeowner-
  suspension of rules June 15, 2010. Rules suspended.        ship in the United States. Referred to Financial Serv-
  Passed House amended June 16, 2010; Roll No. 367:          ices June 10, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  420–0.                                                     June 23, 2010; Roll No. 380: 405–6.

H. Res. 1415.—Electing minority members to certain H. Res. 1436 (H.R. 5297) (H.R. 5486).—Providing for con-
  standing committees. Passed House May 28, 2010.           sideration of the bill (H.R. 5486) to amend the Internal
                                                            Revenue Code of 1986 to provide tax incentives for
H. Res. 1421.—Recognizing the 40th anniversary of the       small business job creation, and for other purposes;
  Apollo 13 mission and the heroic actions of both the      and providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 5297)
  crew and those working at mission control in Houston,     to create the Small Business Lending Fund Program
  Texas, for bringing the three astronauts, Fred Haise,     to direct the Secretary of the Treasury to make capital
  Jim Lovell, and Jack Swigert, home to Earth safely.       investments in eligible institutions in order to increase
  Referred to Science and Technology May 28, 2010.          the availability of credit for small businesses, and for
  Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.             other purposes. Reported from Rules June 14, 2010;
                                                            Rept. 111–506. House Calendar. Passed House June
H. Res. 1422.—Honoring the Department of Justice on         15, 2010; Roll No. 359: 228–186.
  the occasion of its 140th anniversary. Referred to the
  Judiciary May 28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                          H. Res. 1439.—Congratulating the Chicago Blackhawks
  House June 16, 2010; Roll No. 366: 416–3.
                                                            on winning the 2010 Stanley Cup Championship. Re-
                                                            ferred to Oversight and Government Reform June 14,
H. Res. 1424 (H.R. 5072).—Providing for consideration
                                                            2010. Considered under suspension of rules June 28,
  of the bill (H.R. 5072) to improve the financial safety
                                                            2010. Rules suspended. Passed House June 29, 2010;
  and soundness of the FHA mortgage insurance pro-
                                                            Roll No. 396: 395–5.
  gram, and providing for consideration of motions to
  suspend the rules. Reported from Rules June 8, 2010;
  Rept. 111–503. House Calendar. Passed House June H. Res. 1442.—Supporting the goals and ideals of United
  9, 2010; Roll No. 340: 239–172.                           States Military History Month. Referred to Oversight
                                                            and Government Reform June 15, 2010. Considered
H. Res. 1427.—Honoring the life of John Robert Wooden.      under suspension of rules Sept. 28, 2010. Rules sus-
  Referred to Education and Labor June 8, 2010. Rules       pended. Passed House Sept. 30 (Legislative day of
  suspended. Passed House June 9, 2010.                     Sept. 29), 2010.
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H. Res. 1446.—Recognizing the residents of the City of H. Res. 1462.—Expressing support for the people of Gua-
  Tracy, California, on the occasion of the 100th anniver- temala, Honduras, and El Salvador as they persevere
  sary of the city’s incorporation, for their century of   through the aftermath of Tropical Storm Agatha which
  dedicated service to the United States. Referred to Vet- swept across Central America causing deadly floods
  erans’ Affairs June 16, 2010. Considered under suspen-   and mudslides. Referred to Foreign Affairs June 22,
  sion of rules June 29, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed     2010. Considered under suspension of rules June 30,
  House June 30, 2010; Roll No. 404: 419–0.                2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended July
                                                           1, 2010; Roll No. 429: 403–1.
H. Res. 1447.—Electing certain minority members to cer-
  tain standing committees. Passed House June 16, H. Res. 1463.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Rail-
  2010.                                                    road Retirement Day. Referred to Transportation and
                                                           Infrastructure June 22, 2010. Reported July 15, 2010;
                                                           Rept. 111–544. House Calendar. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 1448 (H.R. 5297).—Providing for further consid-    Passed House July 20, 2010.
  eration of the bill (H.R. 5297) to create the Small
  Business Lending Fund Program to direct the Sec- H. Res. 1464.—Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the
  retary of the Treasury to make capital investments       conclusion of the United States-Japan Treaty of Mu-
  in eligible institutions in order to increase the avail- tual Cooperation and Security and expressing appre-
  ability of credit for small businesses, and for other    ciation to the Government of Japan and the Japanese
  purposes. Reported from Rules June 16, 2010; Rept.       people for enhancing peace, prosperity, and security
  111–508. House Calendar. Passed House June 17,           in the Asia-Pacific region. Referred to Foreign Affairs
  2010; Roll No. 369: 237–179.                             June 22, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
                                                           June 23, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House June
H. Res. 1455.—Directing the Attorney General to trans-     24, 2010; Roll No. 392: 412–2.
  mit to the House of Representatives copies of certain
  communications relating to certain recommendations H. Res. 1465.—Reaffirming the longstanding friendship
  regarding administration appointments. Referred to                           and alliance between the United States and Colombia.
  the Judiciary June 17, 2010. Reported adversely July                         Referred to Foreign Affairs June 22, 2010. Rules sus-
  15, 2010; Rept. 111–538.                                                     pended. Passed House June 23, 2010.
House Calendar ....................................................House 215
                                                                             H. Res. 1466.—Of inquiry requesting the President and
                                                                               directing the Secretary of Energy to provide certain
H. Res. 1456.—Congratulating the University of Dayton                          documents to the House of Representatives relating
  men’s basketball team for winning the 2010 National                          to the Department of Energy’s application to foreclose
  Invitation Tournament basketball championship. Re-                           use of Yucca Mountain as a high level nuclear waste
  ferred to Education and Labor June 21, 2010. Rules                           repository. Referred to Energy and Commerce June
  suspended. Passed House July 26, 2010.                                       22, 2010. Reported July 19, 2010; Rept. 111–550.
                                                                             House Calendar ....................................................House 220
H. Res. 1457.—Expressing the sense of the House of
  Representatives on the one-year anniversary of the H. Res. 1467 (H.R. 5136).—Requesting return of official
  Government of Iran’s fraudulent manipulation of Ira-                         papers on H.R. 5136. Passed House June 23, 2010.
  nian elections, the Government of Iran’s continued de-
  nial of human rights and democracy to the people of H. Res. 1468 (H.R. 5175).—Providing for consideration
  Iran, and the Government of Iran’s continued pursuit                         of the bill (H.R. 5175) to amend the Federal Election
  of a nuclear weapons capability. Referred to Foreign                         Campaign Act of 1971 to prohibit foreign influence
  Affairs June 22, 2010. Considered under suspension                           in Federal elections, to prohibit government contrac-
  of rules June 23, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House                        tors from making expenditures with respect to such
  June 24, 2010.                                                               elections, and to establish additional disclosure re-
                                                                               quirements with respect to spending in such elections,
H. Res. 1460.—Recognizing the important role polli-                            and for other purposes. Reported from Rules June 23,
  nators play in supporting the ecosystem and sup-                             2010; Rept. 111–511. House Calendar. Passed House
  porting the goals and ideals of National Pollinator                          June 24, 2010; Roll No. 386: 220–205.
  Week. Referred to Agriculture June 22, 2010. Consid-
  ered under suspension of rules June 29, 2010. Rules H. Res. 1470.—Honoring the life, achievements, and dis-
  suspended. Passed House July 1, 2010; Roll No. 417:   tinguished career of Chief Justice William S. Richard-
  412–0.                                                son. Referred to the Judiciary June 23, 2010. Rules
                                                        suspended. Passed House July 20, 2010.

H. Res. 1461.—Supporting Olympic Day on June 23, H. Res. 1472.—Expressing support for designation of the
  2010, and congratulating Team USA and World Fit    week of September 13, 2010, as National Adult Edu-
  participants. Referred to Oversight and Government cation and Family Literacy Week. Referred to Edu-
  Reform June 22, 2010. Committee discharged. Passed cation and Labor June 24, 2010. Rules suspended.
  House Dec. 22, 2010.                               Passed House July 19, 2010; Roll No. 448: 369–0.
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H. Res. 1473.—Supporting backcountry airstrips and rec- H. Res. 1490 (H.R. 4173).—Providing for consideration
  reational aviation. Referred to Transportation and In-  of the conference report to accompany the bill (H.R.
  frastructure June 24, 2010. Reported amended Sept.      4173) to provide for financial regulatory reform, to pro-
  14, 2010; Rept. 111–593. House Calendar. Rules sus-     tect consumers and investors, to enhance Federal un-
  pended. Passed House amended Sept. 15, 2010.            derstanding of insurance issues, to regulate the over-
                                                          the-counter derivatives markets, and for other pur-
                                                          poses. Reported from Rules June 30, 2010; Rept.
H. Res. 1475.—Congratulates the town of Tarboro, North    111–518. House Calendar. Passed House June 30,
  Carolina, on the occasion of its 250th anniversary. Re- 2010; Roll No. 410: 234–189.
  ferred to Oversight and Government Reform June 24,
  2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 16, 2010; H. Res. 1491.—Congratulating the University of South
  Roll No. 570: 406–0.                                    Carolina Gamecocks on winning the 2010 NCAA Divi-
                                                         sion I College World Series. Referred to Education and
H.    Res.   1479.—Supporting       the United   States  Labor June 30, 2010. Considered under suspension of
  Paralympics, honoring the Paralympic athletes, and     rules July 19, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  for other purposes. Referred to Oversight and Govern-  July 20, 2010; Roll No. 451: 400–6.
  ment Reform and in addition to Foreign Affairs June
  25, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules Sept. H. Res. 1493.—Providing for budget enforcement for fis-
  28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 30       cal year 2011. Referred to the Budget and in addition
  (Legislative day of Sept. 29), 2010.                   to Rules June 30, 2010. Passed House pursuant to
                                                         H. Res. 1500 July 1, 2010.
H. Res. 1480.—Commending the University of Southern H. Res. 1494.—Congratulating the champion, finalists,
  California Trojan men’s tennis team for its victory in and all other participants in the 83rd Annual Scripps
  the 2010 National Collegiate Athletic Association      National Spelling Bee. Referred to Oversight and Gov-
  (NCAA) Men’s Tennis Championship. Referred to Edu-     ernment Reform June 30, 2010. Rules suspended.
  cation and Labor June 28, 2010. Rules suspended.       Passed House amended Nov. 16, 2010.
  Passed House Sept. 14, 2010.
                                                             H. Res. 1495 (H.R. 5618).—Providing for consideration
H. Res. 1481 (H. Res. 662).—Supporting the goals and           of the bill (H.R. 5618) to continue Federal unemploy-
  ideals of ‘‘National Save for Retirement Week’’, includ-     ment programs, and waiving a requirement of clause
  ing raising public awareness of the various tax-pre-         6(a) of rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain
  ferred retirement vehicles and increasing personal fi-       resolutions reported from the Committee on Rules. Re-
  nancial literacy. Referred to Ways and Means June            ported from Rules June 30, 2010; Rept. 111–519.
  28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House July 28,             House Calendar. Passed House July 1, 2010; Roll No.
  2010.                                                        418: 231–189.

                                                             H. Res. 1496.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
H. Res. 1483.—Recognizing the exemplary service and            rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
  sacrifice of the soldiers of the 14th Armored Division       lutions reported from the Committee on Rules. Re-
  of the United States Army, known as the Liberators,          ported from Rules June 30, 2010; Rept. 111–520.
  during World War II. Referred to Armed Services June         House Calendar. Laid on the table pursuant to H.
  28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended              Res. 1509 July 14, 2010.
  July 20, 2010.
                                                             H. Res. 1499.—Honoring the achievements of Dr. Robert
H. Res. 1484.—Expressing the condolences of the House          M. Campbell, Jr., to provide children with lifesaving
  of Representatives on the death of the Honorable Rob-        medical care. Referred to Energy and Commerce July
  ert C. Byrd, a Senator from the State of West Virginia.      1, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended July
  Passed House June 29, 2010.                                  28, 2010.

                                                             H. Res. 1500 (H. Res. 1493) (H.R. 4899).—Providing for
H. Res. 1485.—Expressing support for designation of            consideration of the Senate amendments to the bill
  September 2010 as ‘‘National Prostate Cancer Aware-          (H.R. 4899) making emergency supplemental appro-
  ness Month’’. Referred to Energy and Commerce June           priations for disaster relief and summer jobs for the
  29, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 28,            fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and for other
  2010.                                                        purposes. Reported from Rules July 1, 2010; Rept.
                                                               111–522. House Calendar. Passed House July 1, 2010;
                                                               Roll No. 428: 215–210.
H. Res. 1487.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
  rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
  lutions reported from the Committee on Rules, and H. Res. 1503 (H. Res. 710).—Expressing support for the
                                                           goals and ideals of National Estuaries Day, and for
  for other purposes. Reported from Rules June 29, 2010;
                                                           other purposes. Referred to Natural Resources July
  Rept. 111–516. House Calendar. Passed House June
                                                           1, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 22,
  30, 2010; Roll No. 407: 237–189.
                                                           2010.
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H. Res. 1504.—Recognizing and honoring the 20th anni- H. Res. 1529.—Commending Bob Sheppard for his long
  versary of the enactment of the Americans with Dis-        and respected career as the public-address announcer
  abilities Act of 1990. Referred to Education and Labor     for the New York Yankees and the New York Giants.
  and in addition to Transportation and Infrastructure,      Referred to Oversight and Government Reform July
  the Judiciary, and Energy and Commerce July 1, 2010.       15, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 16,
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended July 26,             2010.
  2010; Roll No. 468: 377–0.
                                                           H. Res. 1531.—Expressing support for designation of
H. Res. 1508.—Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of           2011 as ‘‘World Veterinary Year’’ to bring attention
  John James Audubon in Henderson, Kentucky. Re-             to and show appreciation for the veterinary profession
  ferred to Natural Resources July 1, 2010. Rules sus-       on its 250th anniversary. Referred to Oversight and
  pended. Passed House Sept. 22, 2010.                       Government Reform July 15, 2010. Considered under
                                                             suspension of rules Dec. 7, 2010. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 1509 (H.R. 1722) (H. Res. 1496).—Providing for       Passed House Dec. 8, 2010; Roll No. 614: 406–0.
  consideration of the bill (H.R. 1722) to improve tele-
  working in executive agencies by developing a telework H. Res. 1537.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
  program that allows employees to telework at least         rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
  20 percent of the hours worked in every 2 administra-      lutions reported from the Committee on Rules and pro-
  tive workweeks, and for other purposes. Reported from      viding for consideration of motions to suspend the
  Rules July 13, 2010; Rept. 111–535. House Calendar.        rules. Reported from Rules July 20, 2010; Rept.
  Passed House July 14, 2010; Roll No. 438: 238–180.         111–552. House Calendar. Passed House July 21, 2010;
                                                             Roll No. 458: 233–185.
H. Res. 1513.—Congratulating the Saratoga Race Course
  as it celebrates its 142nd season. Referred to Oversight H. Res. 1538.—Condemning the July 11, 2010, terrorist
  and Government Reform July 13, 2010. Considered            attacks in Kampala, Uganda. Referred to Foreign Af-
  under suspension of rules July 20, 2010. Rules sus-        fairs July 20, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  pended. Passed House amended July 21, 2010; Roll           amended July 27, 2010.
  No. 457: 396–14.                                         H. Res. 1540.—Supporting the goal of eradicating illicit
                                                             marijuana cultivation on Federal lands and calling on
H. Res. 1516.—Recognizing the 65th anniversary of the
                                                             the Director of the Office of National Drug Control
  end of World War II, honoring the service members
                                                             Policy to develop a coordinated strategy to perma-
  who fought in World War II and their families, and
                                                             nently dismantle Mexican drug trafficking organiza-
  honoring the service members who are currently serv-
                                                             tions operating on Federal lands. Referred to the Judi-
  ing in combat operations. Referred to Armed Services
                                                             ciary July 20, 2010. Considered under suspension of
  July 14, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House July
                                                             rules Dec. 7, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  20, 2010; Roll No. 453: 408–0.
                                                             amended Dec. 8, 2010; Roll No. 613: 400–4.
H. Res. 1517 (H.R. 5114).—Providing for consideration H. Res. 1543.—Honoring the educational significance of
  of the bill (H.R. 5114) to extend the authorization for  Dr. Jane Goodall’s work on this the 50th anniversary
  the national flood insurance program, to identify prior- of the beginning of her work in Tanzania, Africa. Re-
  ities essential to reform and ongoing stable functioning ferred to Education and Labor July 20, 2010. Consid-
  of the program, and for other purposes. Reported from    ered under suspension of rules July 26, 2010. Rules
  Rules July 14, 2010; Rept. 111–537. House Calendar.      suspended. Passed House July 28, 2010; Roll No. 478:
  Passed House July 15, 2010; Roll No. 443: 239–182.       416–0.
H. Res. 1522.—Expressing support for designation of the H. Res. 1545.—Expressing support for designation of the
  last week of September as National Hereditary Breast        week beginning on the third Monday in September
  and Ovarian Cancer Week and the last Wednesday              as ‘‘National Postdoc Appreciation Week’’. Referred to
  of September as National Previvor Day. Referred to          Education and Labor July 20, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Oversight and Government Reform July 15, 2010.              Passed House Sept. 23, 2010.
  Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 15, 2010; Roll
  No. 523: 408–0.                                           H. Res. 1546.—Congratulating the Washington Stealth
                                                              for winning the National Lacrosse League Champion-
H. Res. 1525.—Honoring the 50th anniversary of the            ship. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  publication of ‘‘To Kill a Mockingbird’’, a classic Amer-   July 21, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
  ican novel authored by Nelle Harper Lee of Monroe-          Sept. 28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
  ville, Alabama. Referred to Oversight and Government        ed Sept. 30 (Legislative day of Sept. 29), 2010.
  Reform July 15, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  July 26, 2010.                                            H. Res. 1549 (H.R. 1264).—Providing for consideration
                                                              of the bill (H.R. 1264) to amend the National Flood
H. Res. 1527.—Congratulating the United States Men’s          Insurance Act of 1968 to provide for the national flood
  National Soccer Team for its inspiring performance          insurance program to make available multiperil cov-
  in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Referred to Oversight           erage for damage resulting from windstorms or floods,
  and Government Reform July 15, 2010. Rules sus-             and for other purposes. Reported from Rules July 21,
  pended. Passed House July 30 (Legislative day of July       2010; Rept. 111–555. House Calendar. Passed House
  29), 2010.                                                  July 22, 2010; Roll No. 466: 228–183.
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H. Res. 1550 (H.R. 4213).—Providing for consideration H. Res. 1564.—Commending and congratulating Michi-
  of the Senate amendment to the House amendment           gan Technological University on the occasion of its
  to the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 4213) to       125th anniversary. Referred to Education and Labor
  amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend        July 27, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.
  certain expiring provisions, and for other purposes. Re- 14, 2010.
  ported from Rules July 22, 2010; Rept. 111–556. House
  Calendar. Passed House July 22, 2010; Roll No. 461: H. Res. 1566.—Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the
  237–180.                                                 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
                                                           and the pioneering of college students whose deter-
H. Res. 1555.—Permitting individuals to be admitted to     mination and nonviolent resistance led to the desegre-
  the Hall of the House in order to document the im-       gation of lunch counters and places of public accommo-
  proved accessibility of the Hall of the House. Passed    dation over a 5-year period. Referred to the Judiciary
  House July 26, 2010.                                     July 28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House July
                                                           30, 2010; Roll No. 503: 410–0.
H. Res. 1556 (H. Con. Res. 301).—Providing for consider-
  ation of the concurrent resolution (H. Con. Res. 301) H. Res. 1568 (H.R. 5893).—Providing for consideration
  directing the President, pursuant to section 5(c) of the of the bill (H.R. 5893) to amend the Internal Revenue
  War Powers Resolution, to remove the United States       Code of 1986 to create jobs through increased invest-
  Armed Forces from Pakistan. Reported from Rules          ment in infrastructure, to eliminate loopholes which
  July 26, 2010; Rept. 111–566. House Calendar. Passed     encourage companies to move operations offshore, and
  House July 27, 2010; Roll No. 470: 222–196.              for other purposes. Reported from Rules July 28, 2010;
                                                           Rept. 111–577. House Calendar. Passed House July
H. Res. 1558.—Expressing the sense of the House of         29, 2010; Roll No. 486: 233–182.
  Representatives that fruit and vegetable and com-
  modity producers are encouraged to display the Amer- H. Res. 1569 (H.R. 5850).—Providing for consideration
  ican flag on labels of products grown in the United      of the bill (H.R. 5850) making appropriations for the
  States, reminding us all to take pride in the healthy    Departments of Transportation, and Housing and
  bounty produced by American farmers and workers.         Urban Development, and related agencies for the fiscal
  Referred to Agriculture July 26, 2010. Considered        year ending September 30, 2011, and for other pur-
  under suspension of rules July 28, 2010. Rules sus-      poses. Reported from Rules July 28, 2010; Rept.
  pended. Passed House July 30, 2010; Roll No. 501:        111–578. House Calendar. Passed House July 29, 2010;
  403–1.                                                   Roll No. 485: 231–185.

H. Res. 1559 (H.R. 5822).—Providing for consideration H. Res. 1571.—Acknowledging and congratulating Miami
  of the bill (H.R. 5822) making appropriations for mili-                    Dade College on the occasion of its 50th anniversary
  tary construction, the Department of Veterans Affairs,                     of service to the students and residents of the State
  and related agencies for the fiscal year ending Sep-                       of Florida. Referred to Education and Labor July 29,
  tember 30, 2011, and for other purposes and providing                      2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Sept.
  for consideration of motions to suspend the rules. Re-                     14, 2010; Roll No. 520: 378–0.
  ported from Rules July 27, 2010; Rept. 111–570. House
  Calendar. Passed House July 28, 2010; Roll No. 476: H. Res. 1574 (H.R. 3534) (H.R. 5851).—Providing for con-
  243–178.                                                                   sideration of the bill (H.R. 3534) to provide greater
                                                                             efficiencies, transparency, returns, and accountability
H. Res. 1560 (H. Res. 558).—Supporting the increased                         in the administration of Federal mineral and energy
  understanding of, and interest in, computer science                        resources by consolidating administration of various
  and computing careers among the public and in                              Federal energy minerals management and leasing pro-
  schools, and to ensure an ample and diverse future                         grams into one entity to be known as the Office of
  technology workforce through the designation of Na-                        Federal Energy and Minerals Leasing of the Depart-
  tional Computer Science Education Week. Referred to                        ment of the Interior, and for other purposes; and pro-
  Science and Technology and in addition to Education                        viding for consideration of the bill (H.R. 5851) to pro-
  and Labor July 27, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed                           vide whistleblower protections to certain workers in
  House Sept. 23, 2010.                                                      the offshore oil and gas industry. Reported from Rules
                                                                             July 30 (Legislative day of July 29), 2010; Rept.
H. Res. 1561.—Directing the Secretary of Health and                          111–582. House Calendar. Passed House July 30, 2010;
  Human Services to transmit to the House of Rep-                            Roll No. 500: 220–194.
  resentatives copies of each portion of any document,
  record, or communication in her possession consisting H. Res. 1576.—Expressing the sense of the House of
  of or relating to documents prepared by or for the                         Representatives that a National Day of Recognition
  Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services regarding                         for Parents of Special Needs Children should be estab-
  the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and                        lished. Referred to Education and Labor July 29, 2010.
  for other purposes. Referred to Energy and Commerce                        Considered under suspension of rules Nov. 30, 2010.
  July 27, 2010. Reported Sept. 29, 2010; Rept. 111–649.                     Rules suspended. Passed House amended Dec. 2, 2010;
House Calendar ....................................................House 242 Roll No. 600: 413–0.
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H. Res. 1582.—Honoring and saluting Americans for the H. Res. 1605.—Recognizing the service of the medical
  Arts on its 50th anniversary. Referred to Education        and air crews in helping our wounded warriors make
  and Labor July 29, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed           the expeditious and safe trip home to the United
  House Sept. 23, 2010.                                      States and commending the personnel of the Air Force
                                                             for their commitment to the well-being of all our serv-
H. Res. 1583.—Observing the fifth anniversary of the         ice men and women. Referred to Armed Services July
  date on which Hurricane Rita devastated the coasts         30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended
  of Louisiana and Texas, remembering those lost in          Sept. 28, 2010.
  the storm and in the process of evacuation, recovery,
  and rebuilding; saluting the dedication of the volun-
  teers who offered assistance in support of those af- H. Res. 1606 (H.R. 1586).—Providing for consideration
  fected by the storm, recognizing the progress of efforts   of the Senate amendment to the House amendment
  to rebuild the affected Gulf Coast region, commending      to the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 1586) to
  the persistence of the people of the States of Louisiana   modernize the air traffic control system, improve the
  and Texas following the second major hurricane to hit      safety, reliability, and availability of transportation by
  Louisiana that season, and reaffirming Congress’ com-      air in the United States, provide for modernization
  mitment to restore and renew the Gulf Coast region.        of the air traffic control system, reauthorize the Fed-
  Referred to Transportation and Infrastructure July 30,     eral Aviation Administration, and for other purposes.
  2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Sept.          Reported from Rules Aug. 9, 2010; Rept. 111–584.
  15, 2010.                                                  House Calendar. Passed House Aug. 10, 2010; Roll
                                                             No. 517: 229–173.
H. Res. 1585.—Honoring and recognizing the exemplary
  service and sacrifice of the 60th Air Mobility Wing,
  the 349th Air Mobility Wing, the 15th Expeditionary H. Res. 1610 (H. Res. 722).—Expressing the sense of
  Mobility Task Force, and the 615th Contingency Re-         the House of Representatives regarding the terrorist
  sponse Wing civilians and families serving at Travis       attacks launched against the United States on Sep-
  Air Force Base, California. Referred to Armed Services     tember 11, 2001. Referred to Oversight and Govern-
  July 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-        ment Reform and in addition to Foreign Affairs, Armed
  ed Nov. 30, 2010; Roll No. 585: 408–0.                     Services, Transportation and Infrastructure, the Judi-
                                                             ciary, Homeland Security, and Intelligence Sept. 14,
H. Res. 1588.—Expressing the sense of the House of           2010. Considered under suspension of rules Sept. 14,
  Representatives on the importance of the full imple-       2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 15, 2010;
  mentation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement to          Roll No. 525: 410–0.
  help ensure peace and stability in Sudan during and
  after mandated referenda. Referred to Foreign Affairs
  July 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend- H. Res. 1611 (H. Res. 737).—Expressing support for des-
  ed Sept. 28, 2010.                                         ignation of the week beginning September 19, 2010,
                                                             as ‘‘National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week’’. Re-
H. Res. 1595.—Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the        ferred to Education and Labor Sept. 14, 2010. Rules
  passage of legislation that created real estate invest-    suspended. Passed House Sept. 14, 2010.
  ment trusts (REITs) and gave millions of Americans
  new investment opportunities that helped them build
  a solid foundation for retirement security and has con- H. Res. 1612 (H. Res. 734).—Expressing the support for
  tributed to the overall strength of our economy. Re-       and honoring September 17, 2010 as ‘‘Constitution
  ferred to Ways and Means July 30, 2010. Rules sus-         Day’’. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  pended. Passed House Sept. 15, 2010.                       Sept. 14, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
                                                             Sept. 15, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.
H. Res. 1598 (H. Res. 768).—Expressing support for the       16, 2010.
  designation of the month of October as National Work
  and Family Month. Referred to Education and Labor
  July 30, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules H. Res. 1613.—Expressing condolences to and solidarity
  Nov. 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec.          with the people of Pakistan in the aftermath of the
  2, 2010; Roll No. 599: 412–0.                              devastating floods that began on July 22, 2010. Re-
                                                             ferred to Foreign Affairs Sept. 14, 2010. Considered
H. Res. 1600.—Supporting the critical role of the physi-     under suspension of rules Sept. 15, 2010. Rules sus-
  cian assistant profession and supporting the goals and     pended. Passed House amended Sept. 16, 2010; Roll
  ideals of National Physician Assistant Week. Referred      No. 531: 396–2.
  to Energy and Commerce July 30, 2010. Rules sus-
  pended. Passed House amended Dec. 15, 2010.
                                                           H. Res. 1614.—Expressing the sense of the House of
H. Res. 1603.—Expressing support for designation of          Representatives that law enforcement service dogs and
  September 2010 as National Craniofacial Acceptance         their handlers perform a vital role in providing for
  Month. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform         our Nation’s security and should be recognized for
  July 30, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules        their service. Referred to the Judiciary Sept. 14, 2010.
  Sept. 28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.        Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 15, 2010.
  30 (Legislative day of Sept. 29), 2010.
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H. Res. 1617 (H. Res. 513).—Supporting the goals and H. Res. 1638.—Supporting the goals and ideals of Na-
  purpose of Gold Star Mothers Day, which is observed       tional GEAR UP Day. Referred to Education and Labor
  on the last Sunday in September of each year in re-       Sept. 20, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
  membrance of the supreme sacrifice made by mothers        Nov. 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec.
  who lose a son or daughter serving in the Armed           2, 2010; Roll No. 598: 405–0.
  Forces. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  Sept. 14, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules H. Res. 1639.—Recognizing the contributions of the Na-
  Sept. 28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.       tional Waterways Conference on the occasion of its
  30 (Legislative day of Sept. 29), 2010.                   50th anniversary, and for other purposes. Referred to
                                                            Transportation and Infrastructure Sept. 22, 2010.
H. Res. 1618.—Urging the Federal Government, States,        Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.
  localities, schools, nonprofit organizations, businesses,
  other entities, and the people of the United States H. Res. 1640 (H.R. 5297).—Providing for consideration
  to observe National Preparedness Month, and for other     of the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 5297) to
  purposes. Referred to Homeland Security Sept. 14,         create the Small Business Lending Fund Program to
  2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 23, 2010.       direct the Secretary of the Treasury to make capital
                                                            investments in eligible institutions in order to increase
H. Res. 1620 (H.R. 4785).—Providing for consideration       the availability of credit for small businesses, to amend
  of the bill (H.R. 4785) to amend the miscellaneous        the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide tax in-
  rural development provisions of the Farm Security and     centives for small business job creation, and for other
  Rural Investment Act of 2002 to authorize the Sec-        purposes. Reported from Rules Sept. 22, 2010; Rept.
  retary of Agriculture to make loans to certain entities   111–621. House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 23,
  that will use the funds to make loans to consumers        2010; Roll No. 536: 226–186.
  to implement energy efficiency measures involving
  structural improvements and investments in cost-effec- H. Res. 1641.—Celebrating September 30, 2010, as the
  tive, commercial off-the-shelf technologies to reduce     60th Anniversary of Impact Aid. Referred to Education
  home energy use. Reported from Rules Sept. 15, 2010;      and Labor Sept. 22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
  Rept. 111–594. House Calendar. Passed House Sept.         House Nov. 16, 2010.
  16, 2010; Roll No. 527: 225–188.
                                                           H. Res. 1642.—Recognizing the centennial of the City
H. Res. 1621.—Recognizing the 100th anniversary of the       of Lilburn, Georgia and supporting the goals and ideals
  historic founding of Catholic Charities USA. Referred      of a City of Lilburn Day. Referred to Oversight and
  to Oversight and Government Reform Sept. 15, 2010.         Government Reform Sept. 22, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Rules suspended. Passed House Dec. 17, 2010.               Passed House Dec. 7, 2010; Roll No. 609: 379–0.
H. Res. 1622.—Honoring the historic contributions of vet-
  erans throughout all conflicts involving the United H. Res. 1644 (H. Res. 866).—Expressing support for des-
                                                          ignation of a ‘‘National Veterans History Project
  States. Referred to Veterans’ Affairs Sept. 15, 2010.
                                                          Week’’. Referred to Veterans’ Affairs Sept. 22, 2010.
  Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 30, 2010.
                                                          Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 30, 2010.
H. Res. 1630.—Expressing support for National POW/
  MIA Recognition Day. Referred to Armed Services H. Res. 1645 (H. Res. 700).—Expressing support for des-
  Sept. 16, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-        ignation of the week beginning on November 8, 2010,
  ed Sept. 28, 2010.                                          as National School Psychology Week. Referred to Edu-
                                                              cation and Labor Sept. 22, 2010. Rules suspended.
H. Res. 1631.—Calling for the protection of religious sites   Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.
  and artifacts from and in Turkish-occupied areas of
  northern Cyprus as well as for general respect for H. Res. 1646.—Recognizing the commitment and efforts
  religious freedom. Referred to Foreign Affairs Sept. 16,    made by the Library of Congress to promote the joy
  2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.         of reading through the sponsorship of the National
                                                              Book Festival. Referred to House Administration Sept.
H. Res. 1636.—Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the         22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 28,
  Hoover Dam. Referred to Natural Resources Sept. 16,         2010.
  2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.
                                                            H. Res. 1648 (H. Res. 831).—Supporting the goals and
H. Res. 1637 (H. Res. 817).—Supporting the goals and          ideals of National Adoption Day and National Adoption
  ideals of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month        Month by promoting national awareness of adoption
  2010 and expressing the sense of the House of Rep-          and the children in foster care awaiting families, cele-
  resentatives that Congress should continue to raise         brating children and families involved in adoption, rec-
  awareness of domestic violence in the United States         ognizing current programs and efforts designed to pro-
  and its devastating effects on families and commu-          mote adoption, and encouraging people in the United
  nities, and support programs and practices designed         States to seek improved safety, permanency, and well-
  to prevent and end domestic violence. Referred to Edu-      being for all children. Referred to Ways and Means
  cation and Labor Sept. 16, 2010. Rules suspended.           Sept. 22, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov.
  Passed House amended Sept. 28, 2010.                        17, 2010.
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H. Res. 1652 (H. Res. 811).—Expressing support for des- H. Res. 1674 (H.R. 847) (H.R. 2378).—Providing for con-
  ignation of the month of October 2010 as National       sideration of the bill (H.R. 847) to amend the Public
  Principals Month. Referred to Education and Labor       Health Service Act to extend and improve protections
  Sept. 23, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-    and services to individuals directly impacted by the
  ed Nov. 16, 2010.                                       terrorist attack in New York City on September 11,
                                                          2001, and for other purposes; providing for consider-
H. Res. 1653 (H.R. 5875) (S. 951) (S. 1023) (S. 2799)     ation of the bill (H.R. 2378) to amend title VII of
  (S. 3162) (S. 3187).—Returning several measures to      the Tariff Act of 1930 to clarify that fundamental ex-
  the Senate. Passed House Sept. 23, 2010.                change-rate misalignment by any foreign nation is ac-
                                                          tionable under United States countervailing and anti-
H. Res. 1654.—Expressing support for designation of the   dumping duty laws, and for other purposes; and pro-
  week of October 24, 2010, as ‘‘Undergraduate Research   viding for consideration of the Senate amendment to
  Week’’. Referred to Education and Labor Sept. 23,       the bill (H.R. 2701) to authorize appropriations for
  2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Nov.        fiscal year 2010 for intelligence and intelligence-related
  16, 2010.                                               activities of the United States Government, the Com-
                                                          munity Management Account, and the Central Intel-
                                                          ligence Agency Retirement and Disability System, and
H. Res. 1655.—Expressing support for designation of Oc-
                                                          for other purposes. Reported from Rules Sept. 29, 2010;
  tober as ‘‘National Farm to School Month’’. Referred
                                                          Rept. 111–648. House Calendar. Passed House Sept.
  to Education and Labor Sept. 23, 2010. Rules sus-
                                                          29, 2010; Roll No. 548: 234–183.
  pended. Passed House amended Nov. 16, 2010.
                                                          H. Res. 1677.—Condemning the Burmese regime’s un-
H. Res. 1660.—Expressing support for the goals and
                                                            democratic upcoming elections on November 7, 2010.
  ideals of the inaugural USA Science & Engineering
                                                            Referred to Foreign Affairs and in addition to Ways
  Festival in Washington, D.C., and for other purposes.
                                                            and Means, and the Judiciary Sept. 29, 2010. Consid-
  Referred to Science and Technology Sept. 28, 2010.
                                                            ered under suspension of rules Nov. 17, 2010. Rules
  Rules suspended. Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.
                                                            suspended. Passed House amended Nov. 18, 2010.
H. Res. 1661.—Honoring the lives of the brave and self- H. Res. 1682 (H.R. 3081).—Providing for consideration
  less humanitarian aid workers, doctors, and nurses      of the Senate Amendments to the bill (H.R. 3081) mak-
  who died in the tragic attack of August 5, 2010, in     ing appropriations for the Department of State, foreign
  northern Afghanistan. Referred to Foreign Affairs       operations, and related programs for the fiscal year
  Sept. 28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Sept.     ending September 30, 2010, and for other purposes.
  28, 2010.                                               Reported from Rules Sept. 29, 2010; Rept. 111–655.
                                                          House Calendar. Passed House Sept. 29, 2010; Roll
H. Res. 1662.—Expressing support for the 33 trapped       No. 560: 233–191.
  Chilean miners following the Copiapo mining disaster
  and the Government of Chile as it works to rescue H. Res. 1687 (H. Res. 779).—Recognizing and supporting
  the miners and reunite them with their families. Re-    the goals and ideals of National Runaway Prevention
  ferred to Foreign Affairs Sept. 28, 2010. Rules sus-    Month. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform
  pended. Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.                    Sept. 29, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec.
                                                          7, 2010.
H. Res. 1663 (H. Con. Res. 186).—Supporting the goals
  and ideals of Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month. H. Res. 1690.—Supporting the observance of American
  Referred to Education and Labor Sept. 28, 2010. Rules   Diabetes Month. Referred to Energy and Commerce
  suspended. Passed House Sept. 28, 2010.                 Sept. 29, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules
                                                          Nov. 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-
H. Res. 1665 (H.R. 3619).—Providing for the concurrence   ed Dec. 2, 2010.
  by the House in the Senate amendment to H.R. 3619,
  with amendments. Rules suspended. Passed House H. Res. 1704.—Honoring the 2500th anniversary of the
  Sept. 28, 2010.                                         Battle of Marathon. Referred to Foreign Affairs Sept.
                                                          29, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules Dec.
H. Res. 1669.—Congratulating the National Air Trans-      7, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Dec.
  portation Association for celebrating its 70th anniver- 8, 2010; Roll No. 618: 359–44.
  sary. Referred to Transportation and Infrastructure
  Sept. 28, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend- H. Res. 1712 (H.R. 5566).—Providing for the consider-
  ed Dec. 1, 2010.                                        ation of the bill H.R. 5566 and the Senate amendment
                                                          thereto. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 15, 2010.
H. Res. 1672.—Commemorating the Persian Gulf War
  and reaffirming the commitment of the United States H. Res. 1713.—Recognizing the 50th anniversary of Ruby
  towards Persian Gulf War veterans. Referred to For-     Bridges desegregating a previously all-White public el-
  eign Affairs and in addition to Armed Services, and     ementary school. Referred to the Judiciary Nov. 15,
  Veterans’ Affairs Sept. 28, 2010. Rules suspended.      2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Nov. 15, 2010;
  Passed House amended Nov. 17, 2010.                     Roll No. 567: 376–0.
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H. Res. 1714.—Congratulating the engineers, scientists, H. Res. 1736 (H.R. 4783).—Providing for consideration
  psychologists, and staff of the National Aeronautics     of the Senate amendments to the bill (H.R. 4783) to
  and Space Administration (NASA) for helping to suc-      accelerate the income tax benefits for charitable cash
  cessfully rescue 33 trapped Chilean miners from a col-   contributions for the relief of victims of the earthquake
  lapsed mine near Copiapo, Chile. Referred to Science     in Chile, and to extend the period from which such
  and Technology Nov. 15, 2010. Rules suspended.           contributions for the relief of victims of the earthquake
  Passed House Nov. 16, 2010.                              in Haiti may be accelerated. Reported from Rules Nov.
                                                           29, 2010; Rept. 111–660. House Calendar. Passed
H. Res. 1715.—Congratulating Joe Paterno on his 400th      House Nov. 30, 2010; Roll No. 583: 223–168.
  win as Penn State Nittany Lions football head coach.
  Referred to Education and Labor Nov. 15, 2010. Con-
  sidered under suspension of rules Nov. 16, 2010. Rules H. Res. 1737.—In the matter of Representative Charles
  suspended. Passed House Nov. 17, 2010; Roll No. 575:     B. Rangel. Reported from Standards of Official Con-
  417–3.                                                   duct Nov. 29, 2010; Rept. 111–661. House Calendar.
                                                           Passed House Dec. 2, 2010; Roll No. 607: 333–79.
H. Res. 1717.—Congratulating imprisoned Chinese de-
  mocracy advocate Liu Xiaobo on the award of the 2010 H. Res. 1740.—Recognizing and honoring the National
  Nobel Peace Prize. Referred to Foreign Affairs Nov.      Guard on the occasion of its 374rd anniversary. Re-
  16, 2010. Considered under suspension of rules Dec.      ferred to Armed Services Nov. 29, 2010. Rules sus-
  7, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended Dec.      pended. Passed House Nov. 30, 2010; Roll No. 586:
  8, 2010; Roll No. 612: 402–1.                            404–0.
H. Res. 1720.—Providing for the printing of a revised
  edition of the Rules and Manual of the House of Rep- H. Res. 1741 (H.J. Res. 101).—Providing for consider-
  resentatives for the One Hundred Twelfth Congress.       ation of the joint resolution (H.J. Res. 101) making
  Passed House Nov. 17, 2010.                              further continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2011,
                                                           and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Nov. 30,
H. Res. 1721 (H.R. 1722).—Providing for the consider-      2010; Rept. 111–664. House Calendar. Passed House
  ation of the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 1722)    Dec. 1, 2010; Roll No. 589: 236–172.
  to require the head of each executive agency to estab-
  lish and implement a policy under which employees H. Res. 1742 (S. 3307).—Providing for consideration of
  shall be authorized to telework, and for other purposes, the bill (S. 3307) to reauthorize child nutrition pro-
  and providing for consideration of motions to suspend    grams, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules
  the rules. Reported from Rules Nov. 17, 2010; Rept.
                                                           Nov. 30, 2010; Rept. 111–665. House Calendar. Passed
  111–657. House Calendar. Passed House Nov. 18,
                                                           House Dec. 1, 2010; Roll No. 588: 230–174.
  2010; Roll No. 577: 235–171.

H. Res. 1724.—Commending the City of Jacksonville, Ar- H. Res. 1743.—Congratulating Gerda Weissmann Klein
  kansas, for its outstanding support in creating a      on being selected to receive the Presidential Medal
  unique and lasting partnership with Little Rock Air    of Freedom. Referred to Oversight and Government
  Force Base, members of the Armed Forces stationed      Reform Dec. 1, 2010. Considered under suspension of
  there and their families, and the Air Force. Referred  rules Dec. 14, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House
  to Armed Services Nov. 17, 2010. Considered under      amended Dec. 15, 2010; Roll No. 637: 407–0.
  suspension of rules Nov. 30, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Passed House amended Dec. 1, 2010; Roll No. 595: H. Res. 1745 (H.R. 4853).—Providing for consideration
  411–0.                                                 of the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 4853) to
H. Res. 1727.—Recognizing Rotary International for 105   amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend
  years of service to the world and commending mem-      the funding and expenditure authority of the Airport
  bers on their dedication to the mission and principles and Airway Trust Fund, to amend title 49, United
  of their organization. Referred to Oversight and Gov-  States Code, to extend authorizations for the airport
  ernment Reform Nov. 18, 2010. Rules suspended.         improvement program, and for other purposes, and
  Passed House Dec. 7, 2010.                             providing for consideration of motions to suspend the
                                                         rules. Reported from Rules Dec. 1, 2010; Rept.
H. Res. 1733.—Recognizing Mark Twain as one of Amer-     111–671. House Calendar. Passed House Dec. 2, 2010;
  ica’s most famous literary icons on the 175th anniver- Roll No. 597: 213–203.
  sary of his birth and the 100th anniversary of his
  death. Referred to Oversight and Government Reform H. Res. 1746.—Recognizing and supporting the efforts
  Nov. 18, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amend-    of Welcome Back Veterans to augment the services
  ed Dec. 17, 2010.                                      provided by the Departments of Defense and Veterans’
                                                         Affairs in providing timely and world-class care for
H. Res. 1735.—Condemning North Korea in the strong-      veterans and members of the Armed Forces suffering
  est terms for its unprovoked military attack against   from PTSD and related psychiatric disorders. Referred
  South Korea on November 23, 2010. Referred to For-
                                                         to Veterans’ Affairs and in addition to Armed Services
  eign Affairs Nov. 29, 2010. Considered under suspen-
                                                         Dec. 1, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House amended
  sion of rules Nov. 30, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed
                                                         Dec. 8, 2010; Roll No. 621: 409–0.
  House Dec. 1, 2010; Roll No. 591: 403–2.
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H. Res. 1751.—Mourning the loss of life and expressing H. Res. 1765.—Supporting a negotiated solution to the
  condolences to the families affected by the tragic forest  Israeli-Palestinian conflict and condemning unilateral
  fire in Israel that began on December 2, 2010. Referred    measures to declare or recognize a Palestinian state,
  to Foreign Affairs Dec. 7, 2010. Rules suspended.          and for other purposes. Referred to Foreign Affairs
  Passed House Dec. 7, 2010.                                 Dec. 15, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec.
                                                             15, 2010.
H. Res. 1752.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
  rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso- H. Res. 1766 (H.R. 4853).—Providing for consideration
  lutions reported from the Committee on Rules, and          of the Senate amendment to the House amendment
  providing for consideration of motions to suspend the      to the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R.4853) to
  rules. Reported from Rules Dec. 7, 2010; Rept.             amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend
  111–674. House Calendar. Passed House Dec. 8, 2010;        the funding and expenditure authority of the airport
  Roll No. 615: 215–194.                                     and Airway Trust Fund, to amend title 49, United
                                                             States Code, to extend authorizations for the airport
H. Res. 1755 (H.R. 3082).—Providing for consideration        improvement program, and for other purposes. Re-
  of the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 3082) mak-       ported from Rules Dec. 15, 2010; Rept. 111–682. House
  ing appropriations for military construction, the De-      Calendar. Passed House amended Dec. 16, 2010; Roll
  partment of Veterans Affairs, and related agencies for     No. 644: 214–201.
  the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and for
  other purposes. Reported from Rules Dec. 8, 2010; H. Res. 1767.—Commending the Wisconsin Badger foot-
  Rept. 111–675. House Calendar. Passed House Dec.           ball team for an outstanding season and 2011 Rose
  8, 2010; Roll No. 619: 207–206.                            Bowl bid. Referred to Education and Labor Dec. 15,
                                                             2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec. 17, 2010.
H. Res. 1756 (H.R. 5281).—Providing for consideration
  of the Senate amendments to the bill (H.R. 5281) to H. Res. 1771.—Waiving a requirement of clause 6(a) of
  amend title 28, United States Code, to clarify and im-     rule XIII with respect to consideration of certain reso-
  prove certain provisions relating to the removal of liti-  lutions reported from the Committee on Rules, and
  gation against Federal officers or agencies to Federal     providing for consideration of motions to suspend the
  courts, and for other purposes. Reported from Rules        rules. Reported from Rules Dec. 17 (Legislative day
  Dec. 8, 2010; Rept. 111–677. House Calendar. Passed        of Dec. 16), 2010; Rept. 111–684. House Calendar.
  House Dec. 8, 2010; Roll No. 623: 211–208.                 Passed House Dec. 21, 2010; Roll No. 657: 199–151.

H. Res. 1757.—Providing for the approval of final regula- H. Res. 1776 (H.J. Res. 105).—Providing for consider-
  tions issued by the Office of Compliance to implement     ation of the joint resolution (H.J. Res. 105) making
  the Veterans Employment Opportunities Act of 1998         further continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2011,
  that apply to the House of Representatives and em-        and for other purposes. Reported from Rules Dec. 17,
  ployees of the House of Representatives. Referred to      2010; Rept. 111–689. House Calendar. Passed House
  House Administration Dec. 8, 2010. Rules suspended.       Dec. 17, 2010; Roll No. 653: 184–159.
  Passed House Dec. 15, 2010.
                                                           H. Res. 1779.—Honoring the 50th anniversary of the
H. Res. 1759.—Expressing support for designation of          Freedom Rides. Referred to the Judiciary Dec. 17,
  January 23rd as ‘‘Ed Roberts Day’’. Referred to Edu-       2010. Committee discharged. Passed House Dec. 22,
  cation and Labor Dec. 14, 2010. Considered under sus-      2010.
  pension of rules Dec. 14, 2010. Rules suspended.
  Passed House Dec. 15, 2010; Roll No. 632: 390–8.
                                                           H. Res. 1781 (H.R. 2751) (H.R. 5116) (H.R. 5142).—Pro-
                                                             viding for consideration of the Senate amendment to
H. Res. 1761.—Congratulating Auburn University quar-         the bill (H.R. 5116) to invest in innovation through
  terback and College Park, Georgia, native Cameron          research and development, to improve the competitive-
  Newton on winning the 2010 Heisman Trophy for              ness of the United States, and for other purposes; pro-
  being the most outstanding college football player in      viding for consideration of the Senate amendments to
  the United States. Referred to Education and Labor         the bill (H.R.2751) to accelerate motor fuel savings
  Dec. 14, 2010. Rules suspended. Passed House Dec.          nationwide and provide incentives to registered owners
  15, 2010; Roll No. 636: 378–15.                            of high polluting automobiles to replace such auto-
                                                             mobiles with new fuel efficient and less polluting auto-
H. Res. 1764 (H.R. 2965).—Providing for consideration        mobiles; and providing for consideration of the Senate
  of the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 2965) to         amendment to the bill (H.R. 2142) to require quarterly
  amend the Small Business Act with respect to the           performance assessments of Government programs for
  Small Business Innovation Research Program and the         purposes of assessing agency performance and im-
  Small Business Technology Transfer Program, and for        provement, and to establish agency performance im-
  other purposes. Reported from Rules Dec. 15, 2010;         provement officers and the Performance Improvement
  Rept. 111–681. House Calendar. Passed House Dec.           Council. Reported from Rules Dec. 21, 2010; Rept.
  15, 2010; Roll No. 635: 232–180.                           111–692. House Calendar. Passed House Dec. 21, 2010.
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H. Res. 1782 (H.R. 3082).—Providing for consideration
  of the Senate amendment to the House amendment
  to the Senate amendment to the bill (H.R. 3082) mak-
  ing appropriations for military construction, the De-
  partment of Veterans Affairs, and related agencies for
  the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and for
  other purposes. Reported from Rules Dec. 21, 2010;
  Rept. 111–694. House Calendar. Passed House Dec.
  21, 2010.

H. Res. 1783.—Making a technical correction to a cross-
  reference in the final regulations issued by the Office
  of Compliance to implement the Veterans Employment
  Opportunities Act of 1998 that apply to the House
  of Representatives and employees of the House of Rep-
  resentatives. Referred to House Administration Dec.
  22, 2010. Committee discharged. Passed House Dec.
  22, 2010.

H. Res. 1784.—Appointing a committee to inform the
  President. Passed House Dec. 22, 2010.
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