Today the House completed three days of consideration of HR 22. Instead of the originally intended 29 amendments, the House considered 117; passing 73, rejecting 35 and had 9 withdrawn from consideration after debate. The bill passed by a largely bipartisan vote of 363 to 64 (58 Republicans voted nay). After passage of the bill the House insisted on their amendments to HR 22 and requested a conference with the Senate.
Of the nine amendments that I originally identified as being of potential interest to readers of this blog, three were not considered (Lipinski, Esty, and Jackson-Lee), one (Lynch) was rejected on a near party-line recorded vote and the remaining five were adopted by voice vote.