FY 2019 House Legislative Branch Appropriations Action:
Subcomm: 4/26/18 approved | Bill | R-Sum | D-Stmt
Full Comm: 5/8/18 approved 47-0 | HR.5894 | Rpt-696 | R-Stmt | D-Sum
Floor: 6/8/18: House passed Leg Branch 235-179 as part of a 3-bill Minibus HR 5895 | R-Stmt | D-Sum
FY 2019 Senate Legislative Branch Appropriations Action:
Full Comm: 6/14/18 approved | S.3071 | Rpt-274 | R-Sum | D-Sum |
Floor: 6/25/18: Senate passed Leg Branch by a vote of 86-5 as part of a 3-bill Minibus, HR 5895 [Senate-Passed]
FY 2019 Conference Action on Legislative Branch Appropriations :
Conferees: Hse R-conferees| Hse-D-conferees
7/11/18: Senate appointed conferees: Shelby, Lankford, Leahy | EW: Alexander, Feinstein,| MCon: Boozman, Schatz, | Leg: Daines, Murphy |
7/12/18: Hse R-Stmt on postponement of conference mtg | Sen D-Stmt on postponement
CRS funding summaries:
The Legislative Branch bill funds the following:
House of Representatives
Architect of the Capitol
Books for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (Library of Congress)
Botanic Garden (Architect of the Capitol)
Congressional Budget Office
Congressional Research Service (Library of Congress)
Copyright Office (Library of Congress)
Government Accountability Office
Government Publishing Office
John C. Stennis Center for Public Service, Training, and Development
Joint Committee on Taxation
Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies
Joint Economic Committee
Library of Congress
Office of Compliance
Office of Congressional Accessibility Services
Office of the Attending Physician
Open World Leadership Center Trust Fund
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CR: continues agency funding at a particular level–often the previous year–without detailed appropriations.
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