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The House meets for legislative business, with work expected on opioid legislation. At the end of the session, Rep. Ted Lieu played audio from a child detention facility.
The House defeated the Goodlatte-McCaul bill 193-231, with 41 Republicans joining all Democrats in voting against it. Members then debated a compromise bill, with a final vote expected the…
The House meets for legislative business with work possible on border security and immigration.
The House met for Morning Hour, with members permitted to speak on any topic.
The House passed two bills intended to curb opioid addiction.
The House debated several bills related to curbing opioid addiction. At one point members brought children to the well to protest the administration policy on immigration.
The House voted on suspension bills related to curbing opioid addiction.
The House convened for one-minute speeches.
The House approved legislation that would classify synthetic opioids such as fentanyl as controlled substances and create new federal criminal penalties for misusing such drugs. Throughout the…
The House debated two bills concerning the nation’s opioid crisis. The first would require electronic tracking of international mail shipments and the contents of those shipments and the contents…
The House passed bills dealing with the nation’s opioid epidemic, including housing for recovering addicts, shipments of illegal drugs, and the effect of opioid addiction on families.
The House considered a series of bills related to opioid addiction and treatment.
The House completed debate on a federal spending package for fiscal year 2019, including the Department of Veterans Affairs, military construction, House operations, and energy and water…
The House approved a $15 billion rescissions bill. Members also began debate on a federal spending package for fiscal year 2019, including the Department of Veterans Affairs, military…