- Thursday, 8/16: Senate began consideration of Minibus III (HR 6157), Defense–LHHS | Statement of Admin. Policy | DIV A: Def. Text | Rpt-290 | R-Sum | D-Sum | DIV B: LHHS Text | Rpt-289 | R-Sum | D-Sum | Pending are a Shelby perfecting amendment (SAmdt3699) and Shelby Substitute Amendment (SAmdt3695) – the Senate Substitute) | R-Stmt
- Senate is now adjourned.
- Monday, 8/20: Senate will resume consideration of the Defense-LHHS minibus. At 5:30 PM, the Senate will proceed to two votes on the following amendments: 1) Menendez amend #3705 (to provide funding for the Firefighter Cancer Registry Act of 2018) ; and 2) Fischer amend #3706.
FY 2019 Conference Action on Labor-HHS-Ed Appropriations:
CRS funding summaries:
- Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education – FY 2018 Appropriations
- Department of Health and Human Services: FY 2019 Budget Request
- NIH Funding FY1994-FY2019
The Labor-HHS-Ed bill funds the following agencies and programs:
Department of Education
-American Printing House for the Blind (Education)
-English Language Acquisition (Education)
-Gallaudet University (Education)
-Higher Education (Education)
-Howard University (Education)
-Impact Aid (Education)
-Indian Student Education (Education)
-Institute of Education Sciences (Education)
-International Education and Foreign Language Programs (Education)
-Migrant Education (Education)
-National Technical Institute for the Deaf (Education)
-Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (Education)
-Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (Education)
-Student Aid Administration (Education)
-Vocational and Adult Education (Education)
Department of Health and Human Services (except FDA, IHS, and NIES)
-Administration for Children and Families (HHS)
-Administration for Community Living (HHS)
-Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (HHS)
-Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (HHS)
-Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (HHS)
-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (HHS)
-Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (HHS)
-Community Health Centers (HHS)
-Health Resources and Services Administration (HHS)
-Maternal and Child Health Bureau (HHS)
-National Center for Health Statistics (HHS)
–National Institutes of Health (NIH)
-National Health Service Corps (HHS)
-National Institute on Occupational Safety and Health (HHS)
-National Institutes of Health (HHS)
-Office of Refugee Resettlement (HHS)
-President’s Council on Physical Fitness (HHS)
-Public Health Service (HHS)
-Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (HHS)
Department of Labor
-Bureau of International Labor Affairs (Labor)
-Bureau of Labor Statistics (Labor)
-Employee Benefits Security Administration (Labor)
-Employment and Training Administration (Labor)
-Mine Health and Safety Academy (Labor)
-Mine Safety and Health Administration (Labor)
-Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Labor)
-Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (Labor)
-Woman’s Bureau (Labor)
-Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled
-Corporation for National and Community Service
-Corporation for Public Broadcasting
-Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
-Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission
-Institute of Museum and Library Services
-Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission
-Medicare Payment Advisory Commission
-National Council on Disability
-National Labor Relations Board
-National Mediation Board
-Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
-Railroad Retirement Board
-Social Security Administration
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Minibus: several regular appropriations bills packaged together.
CR: continues agency funding at a particular level–often the previous year–without detailed appropriations.
Cromnibus: a CR for some agencies and detailed appropriations for others.
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