Federal - HR 38

A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to provide a means by which nonresidents of a State whose residents may carry concealed firearms may also do so in the State.

Introduced

January 3, 2017

Description

A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to provide a means by which nonresidents of a State whose residents may carry concealed firearms may also do so in the State.

Our Position

Oppose

Original Sponsor 1

Co-Sponsors 213

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  • Dec. 21, 2017Pocan, D-Wis., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.663, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E1748

  • Dec. 21, 2017Pocan, D-Wis., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.660, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E1748

  • Dec. 21, 2017Pocan, D-Wis., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.659, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E1748

  • Dec. 21, 2017Pocan, D-Wis., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.662, and would have voted yea if present. Congressional Record p. E1748

  • Dec. 7, 2017Gutierrez, D-Ill., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.660, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E1669

  • Dec. 7, 2017Gutierrez, D-Ill., House speech: Personal explanation for roll call vote no.659, and would have voted nay if present. Congressional Record p. E1669

  • Dec. 7, 2017 — Received in the Senate and referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Congressional Record p. S7927

  • Dec. 6, 2017House Vote 663 Concealed Carry Reciprocity Between States — Passage
    Passage of the bill that would permit any individual authorized by their home state to carry a concealed handgun to also carry that concealed weapon in any other state that permits the carrying of concealed weapons. The bill would require a twice-annual certification by all federal agencies, federal courts and state governments, in coordination with the Department of Justice, to verify that all relevant data has been reported and uploaded to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System regarding individuals who are not eligible to purchase firearms. Passed 231-198. Congressional Record p. H9703

  • Dec. 6, 2017House Vote 662 Concealed Carry Reciprocity Between States — Recommit
    Thompson, D-Calif., motion to recommit the bill to the House Judiciary Committee with instructions to report it back immediately with an amendment that would prohibit a person who has been convicted of a violent crime within the preceding three years from possessing or carrying a concealed handgun in a state where that conviction would otherwise prohibit that individual from doing so. Motion rejected 190-236. Congressional Record p. H9701-H9703

  • Dec. 6, 2017 — Considered by the House. Congressional Record p. H9685-H9703

  • Dec. 6, 2017House Vote 660 Concealed Carry Reciprocity Between States — Rule
    Adoption of the rule (H Res 645) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill (HR 38) that would permit any individual authorized by their home state to carry a concealed handgun to also carry that concealed weapon in any other state that permits the carrying of concealed weapons. Adopted 232-194. Congressional Record p. H9684

  • Dec. 6, 2017House Vote 659 Concealed Carry Reciprocity Between States — Previous Question
    Collins, R-Ga., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and the possibility of amendment) on the rule (H Res 645) providing for House floor consideration of the bill (HR 38) that would permit any individual authorized by their home state to carry a concealed handgun to also carry that concealed weapon in any other state that permits the carrying of concealed weapons. Motion agreed to 236-189. Congressional Record p. H9683-H9684

  • Dec. 5, 2017 — Rules Committee resolution, H Res 645, reported to the House as a rule for HR 38.

  • Dec. 5, 2017 — House Rules Committee granted a closed rule providing for consideration of the bill. Congressional Record p. H9663

  • Dec. 5, 2017 — Full committee proceeding held by the House Rules Committee.

  • Dec. 4, 2017 — Reported to the House amended by the House Judiciary Committee and placed on the Union Calendar. H Rept 115-433Congressional Record p. H9619

  • Nov. 29, 2017 — Full committee consideration and markup held by the House Judiciary Committee.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Traffic Stops
      Rutherford, R-Fla. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would ensure that nothing in the legislation would prohibit a law enforcement officer who has a reasonable suspicion that an individual has violated a law from conducting a "brief investigative stop" in accordance with the U.S. constitution.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would ensure that nothing in the legislation would prohibit a law enforcement officer who has a reasonable suspicion that an individual has violated a law from conducting a "brief investigative stop" in accordance with the U.S. constitution.

    Adopted by voice vote.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Convicted Criminals
      Nadler, D-N.Y. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual who has been convicted of a violent crime, within the preceding three years from possessing or carrying a concealed handgun.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual who has been convicted of a violent crime, within the preceding three years from possessing or carrying a concealed handgun.

    Rejected 12-15.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Firearms on Private Property
      Deutch, D-Fla. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prevent the legislation from superseding any state law that prohibits or restricts the possession of firearms on private property.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prevent the legislation from superseding any state law that prohibits or restricts the possession of firearms on private property.

    Rejected 10-14.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Domestic Violence
      Jackson Lee, D-Texas —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit any individual convicted of a domestic violence or stalking crime from possessing a concealed weapons carry permit.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit any individual convicted of a domestic violence or stalking crime from possessing a concealed weapons carry permit.

    Rejected 8-16.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Residency Requirements
      Lofgren, D-Calif. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would require an individual to carry a valid license or permit issued in the state the person resides in order to carry a concealed weapon in another state.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would require an individual to carry a valid license or permit issued in the state the person resides in order to carry a concealed weapon in another state.

    Rejected 8-17.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Age Restrictions
      Cohen, D-Tenn. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual younger than 21 years old from possessing a concealed weapon in a state that by law bars the possession or carrying of a concealed weapon by persons under 21 years old, regardless of the law within their own state. It would exempt from the prohibition, members of the armed forces, veterans or individuals honorably discharged from the military and who are at least 18 years old.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual younger than 21 years old from possessing a concealed weapon in a state that by law bars the possession or carrying of a concealed weapon by persons under 21 years old, regardless of the law within their own state. It would exempt from the prohibition, members of the armed forces, veterans or individuals honorably discharged from the military and who are at least 18 years old.

    Rejected 8-17.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Federal Judges
      Issa, R-Calif. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would allow federal judges to carry a concealed weapon unless they are prohibited under federal law from receiving a firearm.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would allow federal judges to carry a concealed weapon unless they are prohibited under federal law from receiving a firearm.

    Adopted 18-6.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Large Capacity Magazines
      Cicilline, D-R.I. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would amend the definition of handgun to exclude any gun that includes a large capacity ammunition feeding device of 10 rounds or more of ammunition or any gun that can be converted to accept more than 10 rounds of ammunition.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would amend the definition of handgun to exclude any gun that includes a large capacity ammunition feeding device of 10 rounds or more of ammunition or any gun that can be converted to accept more than 10 rounds of ammunition.

    Rejected 7-17.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Members of Congress
      S. King, R-Iowa —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would include a member of Congress in the definition of a person eligible to carry a concealed weapon.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would include a member of Congress in the definition of a person eligible to carry a concealed weapon.

    Rejected 10-11.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Firearm Ownership Eligibility
      Swalwell, D-Calif. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit any individual from carrying a concealed weapon on federal lands if they are not eligible to possess a firearm within their own state.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit any individual from carrying a concealed weapon on federal lands if they are not eligible to possess a firearm within their own state.

    Rejected 7-12.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Harming or Impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer
      Swalwell, D-Calif. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime for assaulting or impersonating a law enforcement officer from carrying a concealed firearm.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime for assaulting or impersonating a law enforcement officer from carrying a concealed firearm.

    Rejected 8-15.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Concealed Weapons on Federal Beaches
      Deutch, D-Fla. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit the carrying of a concealed firearm on any beach currently under the jurisdiction or control of the Army Corps of Engineers.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit the carrying of a concealed firearm on any beach currently under the jurisdiction or control of the Army Corps of Engineers.

    Rejected by voice vote.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Animal Cruelty
      Deutch, D-Fla. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual who has been convicted of a crime of animal cruelty within the preceding five years from carrying a concealed firearm.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual who has been convicted of a crime of animal cruelty within the preceding five years from carrying a concealed firearm.

    Rejected 8-12.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Verification of Permits and Documentation
      Raskin, D-Md. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would allow a law enforcement officer to detain, for a reasonable period of time, a person who is carrying a concealed handgun, in order to verify that the individual is legally allowed to carry a concealed weapon.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would allow a law enforcement officer to detain, for a reasonable period of time, a person who is carrying a concealed handgun, in order to verify that the individual is legally allowed to carry a concealed weapon.

    Rejected by voice vote.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — State Verification Systems
      Raskin, D-Md. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would require states to establish and maintain a 24-hour telephone or electronic certification system in order to verify concealed weapons permits.

    The amendment also would require states to conduct biennial background checks on all individuals allowed to carry a concealed handgun.

    It also would require the comptroller general to report to Congress, within 180 days of the bill's enactment, the results of a study on state concealed weapons carry permitting verification systems.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would require states to establish and maintain a 24-hour telephone or electronic certification system in order to verify concealed weapons permits.

    The amendment also would require states to conduct biennial background checks on all individuals allowed to carry a concealed handgun.

    It also would require the comptroller general to report to Congress, within 180 days of the bill's enactment, the results of a study on state concealed weapons carry permitting verification systems.

    Rejected 8-17.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — District of Columbia
      Raskin, D-Md. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would exempt the District of Columbia from honoring concealed firearms permits from other states.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would exempt the District of Columbia from honoring concealed firearms permits from other states.

    Rejected by voice vote.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — State Laws
      Raskin, D-Md. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit the application of the legislation in any state until the state's attorney general, secretary of state and its head of police jointly certified that the state's concealed carry laws are similar to the laws of the state in which a concealed carry permit was issued.

    The amendment also would clarify that nothing in the legislation would supersede the law of any state regarding the types of handguns that may be lawfully possessed or carried.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit the application of the legislation in any state until the state's attorney general, secretary of state and its head of police jointly certified that the state's concealed carry laws are similar to the laws of the state in which a concealed carry permit was issued.

    The amendment also would clarify that nothing in the legislation would supersede the law of any state regarding the types of handguns that may be lawfully possessed or carried.

    Rejected by voice vote.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Hate Crimes
      Jackson Lee, D-Texas —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit any individual convicted of a misdemeanor hate crime from possessing a concealed handgun.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit any individual convicted of a misdemeanor hate crime from possessing a concealed handgun.

    Rejected 8-19.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — DUI Convictions
      Schneider, D-Ill. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit any individual who has been convicted twice of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance within the preceding five years, from possessing a concealed handgun.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit any individual who has been convicted twice of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance within the preceding five years, from possessing a concealed handgun.

    Rejected 9-18.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Conceal ed Weapons Carry — Background Checks
      Swalwell, D-Calif. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual with a concealed weapons carry permit from carrying a firearm into another state unless that state required background checks on all gun sales and transfers, including purchases made at gun shows. It would exempt from the background check requirement transfers of guns between family members.

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would prohibit an individual with a concealed weapons carry permit from carrying a firearm into another state unless that state required background checks on all gun sales and transfers, including purchases made at gun shows. It would exempt from the background check requirement transfers of guns between family members.

    Rejected 10-18.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Bill Title
      Raskin, D-Md. —

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would change the title of the bill to the "National Override of State Concealed Carry Laws of 2017."

    Amendment to the Goodlatte, R-Va., substitute amendment that would change the title of the bill to the "National Override of State Concealed Carry Laws of 2017."

    Rejected by voice vote.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Substitute Amendment
    Goodlatte, R-Va. —

    Substitute amendment that would add land administered and managed by the U.S. Forest Service to the areas of public lands where an individual may carry a concealed handgun.

    The amendment also would allow off-duty law enforcement officers and retired law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm and discharge a firearm in a school zone.

    As amended, it would ensure that nothing in the legislation would prohibit a law enforcement officer who has a reasonable suspicion that an individual has violated a law from conducting a "brief investigative stop" in accordance with the U.S. constitution.

    As amended, it also would allow federal judges to carry a concealed weapon unless they are prohibited under federal law from receiving a firearm.

    Substitute amendment that would add land administered and managed by the U.S. Forest Service to the areas of public lands where an individual may carry a concealed handgun.

    The amendment also would allow off-duty law enforcement officers and retired law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm and discharge a firearm in a school zone.

    As amended, it would ensure that nothing in the legislation would prohibit a law enforcement officer who has a reasonable suspicion that an individual has violated a law from conducting a "brief investigative stop" in accordance with the U.S. constitution.

    As amended, it also would allow federal judges to carry a concealed weapon unless they are prohibited under federal law from receiving a firearm.

    Adopted (as amended) by voice vote.

    Nov. 29, 2017 — Committee Vote: Concealed Weapons Carry — Vote to Report

    Allow any person who is not prohibited by federal law from possessing a firearm, and who is carrying a valid identification document, a valid license or permit which is issued pursuant to the law of a state which permits the person to carry a concealed firearm in the state in which the person resides to carry a concealed handgun in any state.

    The bill also would prohibit the arrest or detaining of a person who has a concealed handgun carry permit for any violation of state laws relating to the possession or carrying of a firearm unless there is probable cause to believe that the person is engaged in illegal or criminal activity.

    It also would allow any individual who is wrongfully detained for possible violation of gun possession laws and concealed carry laws to bring a lawsuit against any person or state who deprived the individual of their rights under the legislation.

    It would allow any individual who is permitted to carry a concealed firearm to do so on federal lands that are open to the public.

    It would stipulate that the concealed carry provisions would take effect 90 days after the bill's enactment.

    Allow any person who is not prohibited by federal law from possessing a firearm, and who is carrying a valid identification document, a valid license or permit which is issued pursuant to the law of a state which permits the person to carry a concealed firearm in the state in which the person resides to carry a concealed handgun in any state.

    The bill also would prohibit the arrest or detaining of a person who has a concealed handgun carry permit for any violation of state laws relating to the possession or carrying of a firearm unless there is probable cause to believe that the person is engaged in illegal or criminal activity.

    It also would allow any individual who is wrongfully detained for possible violation of gun possession laws and concealed carry laws to bring a lawsuit against any person or state who deprived the individual of their rights under the legislation.

    It would allow any individual who is permitted to carry a concealed firearm to do so on federal lands that are open to the public.

    It would stipulate that the concealed carry provisions would take effect 90 days after the bill's enactment.

    Ordered reported favorably to the full House (as amended) 19-11.
  • Nov. 15, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Curtis, (R-Utah)
  • Sept. 13, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Rohrabacher, (R-Calif.)
  • Sept. 12, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Davidson, (R-Ohio)Gallagher, (R-Wis.)
  • Sept. 1, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Goodlatte, (R-Va.)
  • Aug. 8, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Handel, (R-Ga.)
  • July 24, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Webster, (R-Fla.)
  • July 20, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Calvert, (R-Calif.)
  • July 14, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Trott, (R-Mich.)
  • July 13, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 3

    Gianforte, (R-Mont.)Jenkins, L. (R-Kan.)Norman, (R-S.C.)
  • June 23, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Coffman, (R-Colo.)
  • June 15, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 3

    Bacon, (R-Neb.)Collins, D. (R-Ga.)Rogers, H. (R-Ky.)
  • June 8, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Schweikert, (R-Ariz.)
  • June 7, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Walden, (R-Ore.)
  • June 6, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Graves, S. (R-Mo.)
  • May 18, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Lewis, Jason (R-Minn.)
  • May 11, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Jones, (R-N.C.)
  • May 1, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Estes, (R-Kan.)Poliquin, (R-Maine)
  • April 27, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Arrington, (R-Texas)
  • April 12, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Walters, Mimi (R-Calif.)
  • April 6, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Granger, (R-Texas)Labrador, (R-Idaho)
  • March 29, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    McClintock, (R-Calif.)
  • March 28, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 3

    Barton, (R-Texas)Nunes, (R-Calif.)Roby, (R-Ala.)
  • March 22, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Blum, (R-Iowa)
  • March 21, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Dent, (R-Pa.)
  • March 17, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Blackburn, M. (R-Tenn.)Loudermilk, (R-Ga.)
  • March 15, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Long, (R-Mo.)
  • March 8, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 3

    Bridenstine, (R-Okla.)Chaffetz, (R-Utah)Royce, (R-Calif.)
  • March 7, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 5

    Bishop, S. (D-Ga.)Poe, (R-Texas)Weber, (R-Texas)
    Lucas, (R-Okla.)Stewart, (R-Utah)
  • March 2, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 5

    Bergman, (R-Mich.)McCaul, (R-Texas)Smith, Adrian (R-Neb.)
    Flores, (R-Texas)Murphy, T. (R-Pa.)
  • Feb. 28, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 3

    Moolenaar, (R-Mich.)Reed, T. (R-N.Y.)Scott, A. (R-Ga.)
  • Feb. 27, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Fleischmann, (R-Tenn.)
  • Feb. 24, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    MacArthur, (R-N.J.)Marino, (R-Pa.)
  • Feb. 21, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Higgins, C. (R-La.)Mooney, (R-W.Va.)
  • Feb. 17, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    McKinley, (R-W.Va.)
  • Feb. 16, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Brady, K. (R-Texas)
  • Feb. 15, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Ferguson, (R-Ga.)
  • Feb. 9, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Babin, (R-Texas)Jordan, (R-Ohio)
  • Feb. 3, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Hollingsworth, (R-Ind.)
  • Feb. 2, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Rice, T. (R-S.C.)
  • Feb. 1, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Johnson, S. (R-Texas)
  • Jan. 31, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 1

    Rothfus, (R-Pa.)
  • Jan. 30, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Guthrie, (R-Ky.)Marchant, (R-Texas)
  • Jan. 24, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 4

    Faso, (R-N.Y.)Smucker, (R-Pa.)
    Kustoff, (R-Tenn.)Tenney, (R-N.Y.)
  • Jan. 23, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 6

    DeSantis, (R-Fla.)Luetkemeyer, (R-Mo.)Shuster, Bill (R-Pa.)
    LaHood, (R-Ill.)Messer, (R-Ind.)Thornberry, (R-Texas)
  • Jan. 20, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 2

    Biggs, (R-Ariz.)Stefanik, (R-N.Y.)
  • Jan. 17, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 4

    Allen, (R-Ga.)Stivers, (R-Ohio)
    McSally, (R-Ariz.)Womack, (R-Ark.)
  • Jan. 13, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 7

    Barletta, (R-Pa.)Collins, C. (R-N.Y.)Wittman, (R-Va.)
    Bishop, M. (R-Mich.)Denham, (R-Calif.)
    Byrne, (R-Ala.)Walberg, (R-Mich.)
  • Jan. 12, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 5

    Burgess, (R-Texas)Mitchell, (R-Mich.)Young, Don (R-Alaska)
    Johnson, (R-La.)Thompson, G. (R-Pa.)
  • Jan. 11, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 5

    Banks, (R-Ind.)Marshall, (R-Kan.)Rokita, (R-Ind.)
    Hultgren, (R-Ill.)Renacci, (R-Ohio)
  • Jan. 10, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 9

    Budd, (R-N.C.)Duncan, John (R-Tenn.)Rutherford, (R-Fla.)
    Carter, J. (R-Texas)Noem, (R-S.D.)Wilson, J. (R-S.C.)
    Conaway, (R-Texas)Rooney, F. (R-Fla.)Young, David (R-Iowa)
  • Jan. 9, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 9

    Black, D. (R-Tenn.)Davis, R. (R-Ill.)Kelly, (R-Miss.)
    Brooks, S. (R-Ind.)Gowdy, (R-S.C.)Pearce, (R-N.M.)
    Crawford, (R-Ark.)Joyce, (R-Ohio)Ross, D. (R-Fla.)
  • Jan. 6, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 8

    Comer, (R-Ky.)McHenry, (R-N.C.)Simpson, M. (R-Idaho)
    Garrett, (R-Va.)Posey, (R-Fla.)Valadao, (R-Calif.)
    Gohmert, (R-Texas)Sessions, P. (R-Texas)
  • Jan. 5, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 16

    Bost, (R-Ill.)Gosar, (R-Ariz.)Love, (R-Utah)
    Bucshon, (R-Ind.)Grothman, (R-Wis.)Perry, (R-Pa.)
    Cheney, (R-Wyo.)Harris, A. (R-Md.)Shimkus, (R-Ill.)
    Comstock, (R-Va.)Herrera Beutler, (R-Wash.)Taylor, (R-Va.)
    Culberson, (R-Texas)Kelly, (R-Pa.)
    Gibbs, B. (R-Ohio)Knight, (R-Calif.)
  • Jan. 4, 2017 — Additional cosponsor(s): 6

    Barr, (R-Ky.)Bishop, R. (R-Utah)Latta, (R-Ohio)
    Bilirakis, G. (R-Fla.)Dunn, (R-Fla.)Rouzer, (R-N.C.)
  • Jan. 3, 2017 — Original cosponsor(s): 63

    Abraham, (R-La.)Graves, T. (R-Ga.)Palmer, (R-Ala.)
    Aderholt, R. (R-Ala.)Harper, (R-Miss.)Peterson, (D-Minn.)
    Amodei, (R-Nev.)Hartzler, (R-Mo.)Pittenger, (R-N.C.)
    Brat, (R-Va.)Hensarling, (R-Texas)Ratcliffe, (R-Texas)
    Brooks, M. (R-Ala.)Hice, (R-Ga.)Roe, (R-Tenn.)
    Buchanan, (R-Fla.)Hill, (R-Ark.)Rogers, M. (R-Ala.)
    Buck, (R-Colo.)Holding, (R-N.C.)Rooney, T. (R-Fla.)
    Carter, E.L. (R-Ga.)Huizenga, (R-Mich.)Sanford, (R-S.C.)
    Chabot, (R-Ohio)Hunter, (R-Calif.)Smith, J. (R-Mo.)
    Cole, (R-Okla.)Jenkins, E. (R-W.Va.)Smith, L. (R-Texas)
    Cook, (R-Calif.)Johnson, B. (R-Ohio)Tipton, (R-Colo.)
    Cramer, (R-N.D.)Katko, (R-N.Y.)Turner, (R-Ohio)
    Cuellar, (D-Texas)King, S. (R-Iowa)Wagner, (R-Mo.)
    DesJarlais, (R-Tenn.)Kinzinger, (R-Ill.)Walker, (R-N.C.)
    Diaz-Balart, (R-Fla.)LaMalfa, (R-Calif.)Walorski, (R-Ind.)
    Duffy, (R-Wis.)Lamborn, (R-Colo.)Wenstrup, (R-Ohio)
    Duncan, Jeff (R-S.C.)Meadows, (R-N.C.)Westerman, (R-Ark.)
    Emmer, (R-Minn.)Mullin, (R-Okla.)Williams, (R-Texas)
    Farenthold, (R-Texas)Newhouse, (R-Wash.)Yoder, (R-Kan.)
    Franks, (R-Ariz.)Olson, (R-Texas)Yoho, (R-Fla.)
    Gaetz, (R-Fla.)Palazzo, (R-Miss.)Zeldin, (R-N.Y.)
  • Jan. 3, 2017 — Read twice and referred to: House Judiciary.Congressional Record p. H38

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