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Legislation

  • H.R.____, the “Homeless Data Access” [DRAFT]

  • H.R.____, the “Tribal Eligibility for Homeless Assistance Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

  • H.R. 2398, To amend the United States Housing Act of 1937 and title 38, United States Code, to expand eligibility for the HUD�VASH program, to direct the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to submit annual reports to the Committees on Veterans� Affairs of the Senate and House of Representatives regarding homeless veterans, and for other purposes” [DRAFT]

  • H.R.____, the “Fostering Stable Housing Opportunities Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

Witness List

Panel I

  • Christina Miller, Deputy Mayor for City Homeless Initiatives, Office of Los Angeles Mayor

  • Peter Lynn, Executive Director, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

  • Margarita Lares, Chief Program Officer, Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles

  • Monique King-Viehland, Executive Director, Los Angeles County Development Authority

  • Kevin Murray, Former State Senator and President and CEO, The Weingart Center

  • Phil Ansell, Director, Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative

Panel II

  • Tim Watkins, President and Chief Executive Officer, Watts Labor Community Action Committee,

  • Joe Horiye, Western Region Program Vice President, Local Initiatives Support Corporation

  • Becky Dennison, Executive Director, Venice Community Housing

  • Isela Gracian, President, East LA Community Corporation

  • Anthony Haynes, Speak Up! Advocate, Corporation for Supportive Housing

  • Erika Hartman, Chief Program Officer, Downtown Women�s Center

  • Chancela Al-Mansour, Executive Director, Housing Rights Center

  • Alma Vizcaino, Speaker, Downtown Women�s Center, on behalf of Domestic Violence Homeless Services Coalition Advocate
  • Dora Leong Gallo, President and Chief Executive Officer, A Community of Friends


Panel III




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    • Hector Hernandez, Director, Housing Opportunity Center, Southwest Economic Solutions

    • Ted Phillips, Executive Director, United Community Housing Coalition

    • Bernadette Atuahene, Senior Research Scholar, University of Michigan

    • Lauren Mason, Member, Housing Committee Chair � Detroit Action

    • Taz George, Senior Research Analyst, Community Development and Policy Studies Division, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

    • Vanessa Fluker, Fellow Practitioner, Vanessa G. Fluker, Esq., PLLC



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      Legislation:

      • H.R. 3621, the “Student Borrower Credit Improvement Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 33 ayes and 25 nays (FC-50).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 1, offered by Ms. Pressley was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

        • Second degree amendment to Pressley amendment offered by Mr. Hill, no. 1a, was RULED NON-GERMANE.

        • Second degree amendment to Pressley amendment offered by Mr. Gooden, no. 1b, was NOT AGREED TO by a record vote of 25 ayes and 33 nays (FC-49).

      • H.R. 3623, the “Climate Risk Disclosure Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 34 ayes and 25 nays (FC-55).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 2, offered by Mr. Casten was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

        • Second degree amendment to Casten amendment offered by Mr. Huizenga, no. 2a, was NOT AGREED TO by voice vote.

        • Second degree amendment to Casten amendment offered by Mr. Steil, no. 2b, was NOT AGREED TO by a record vote of 25 ayes and 33 nays (FC-54).

      • H.R. 3624, the “Outsourcing Accountability Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 33 ayes and 25 nays (FC-53).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 3, offered by Ms. Axne was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

      • H.R. 3625, the “PCAOB Whistleblower Protection Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by voice vote.

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 4, offered by Ms. Garcia was AGREED TO by a voice vote.
      • H.R. 3629, the “Clarity in Credit Score Formation Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 33 ayes and 25 nays (FC-47).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 5, offered by Mr. Lynch was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

        • Second degree amendment to Lynch amendment offered by Mr. McHenry, no. 5a, was RULED NON-GERMANE.

        • Second degree amendment to Lynch amendment offered by Mr. Barr, no. 5b, was NOT AGREED TO by a record vote of 25 ayes and 33 nays (FC-46).

      • H.R. 3641, the “Stronger Enforcement of Civil Penalties Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 33 ayes and 25 nays (FC-51).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 6, offered by Ms. Porter was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

        • Second degree amendment to Porter amendment offered by Mr. Davidson, no. 6a, was RULED NON-GERMANE.

      • H.R. 3701, To establish a statute of limitations for certain actions of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and for other purposes, — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 33 ayes and 25 nays (FC-52).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 7, offered by Mr. Gonzalez was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

      • H.R. 3702, the “Reforming Disaster Recovery Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 58 ayes and 0 nays (FC-48).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 8, offered by Mr. Green. was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

      • H.R. ____, the “Accurate Access to Credit Information Act” — Not called up.

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 9, expected to be offered by Mr. Gottheimer — Not called up.





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      Legislation:

      • H.R. 281, the “Ensuring Diverse Leadership Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 56 ayes and 2 nays (FC-37 ).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 1, offered by Mrs. Beatty was AGREED TO by voice vote.

      • H.R. 1018, the “Improving Corporate Governance through Diversity Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 53 ayes and 5 nays (FC- 38).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 2, offered by Mr. Meeks was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

      • H.R. 2852, the “Homebuyer Assistance Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by voice vote.

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 3, offered by Mr. Sherman and Mr. Duffy was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

      • H.R. 3279, the “Diversity in Corporate Leadership Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 52 ayes and 6 nays (FC-39).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 4, offered by Mrs. Maloney was AGREED TO by a voice vote.
      • H.R. 3614, the “Restricting Use of Credit Checks for Employment Decisions Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 32 ayes and 26 nays (FC-42).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 5, offered by Mr. Lawson was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

      • H.R. 3618, the “Free Credit Scores for Consumers Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 32 ayes and 26 nays (FC-41).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 6, offered by Mrs. Beatty was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

        • Second degree amendment to Beatty amendment offered by Mr. Emmer, no. 6a, was NOT AGREED TO by a record vote of 26 ayes and 32 nays (FC-40).

      • H.R. 3619, the “Appraisal Fee Transparency Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a voice vote.

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 7, offered by Mr. Clay was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

      • H.R. 3620, the “Strategy and Investment in Rural Housing Preservation Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 57 ayes and 0 nays (FC- 36).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 8, expected to be offered by Mr. Clay.

      • H.R. 3621, the “Student Borrower Credit Improvement Act” — Not called up.

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 9, expected to be offered by Ms. Pressley.

      • H.R. 3622, the “Restoring Unfairly Impaired Credit and Protecting Consumers Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 32 ayes and 26 nays (FC-44).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 10, offered by Ms. Tlaib was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

        • Second degree amendment to Tlaib amendment offered by Mr. Loudermilk, no. 10a, was NOT AGREED TO by a record vote of 26 ayes and 32 nays (FC-43).

      • H.R. 3624, the “Outsourcing Accountability Act of 2019” — Not called up.

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 11, expected to be offered by Ms. Axne.

      • H.R. 3625, the “PCAOB Whistleblower Protection Act of 2019” — Not called up

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 12, expected to be offered by Ms. Garcia.

      • H.R. 3642, the “Improving Credit Reporting for All Consumers Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 32 ayes and 26 nays (FC-45).

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 13, offered by Ms. Adams was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

      • H.R. 3629, the “Clarity in Credit Score Formation Act of 2019” — Not called up.

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 14, expected to be offered by Mr. Lynch.

      • H.R. 3641, the “Stronger Enforcement of Civil Penalties Act of 2019” — Not called up.

        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 15, expected to be offered by Ms. Porter.





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      Legislation

      • H.R. ____, the “Credit Access and Inclusion Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

      • H.R. ____, the “FHA Additional Credit Pilot Program Reauthorization Act” [DRAFT]

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          Legislation

          • H.R.____, the “Keep Big Tech Out of Finance Act” [DRAFT]

          Witness List

          Panel I

          Panel II

          • Chris Brummer, Agnes N. Williams Research Professor Director, Institute of International Economic Law, Georgetown University Law Center

          • Katharina Pistor, Edwin B. Parker Professor of Comparative Law at Columbia Law School

          • The Honorable Gary Gensler, Professor of the Practice of Global Economics and Management, MIT Sloan School of Management, Senior Advisor to the Director, MIT Media Lab, & CoDirector of MIT�s Fintech@CSAIL

          • Robert Weisman, President, Public Citizen

          • Meltem Demirors, Chief Strategy Officer, CoinShares



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            Legislation

            • H.R.____, the “ESG Disclosure Simplification Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

            • H.R.____, the “Shareholder Protection Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

            • H.R.____, the “Corporate Human Rights Risk Assessment, Prevention, and Mitigation Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

            • H.R.____, To require issuers required to file an annual or quarterly report under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 to disclose the total amount of corporate tax such issuer paid in the period covered by the report, and for other purpose [DRAFT]

            • H.R.____, the “Climate Risk Disclosure Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

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                Legislation:

                • H.R. 1690, the “Safe Housing for Families Act of 2019 ” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a voice vote.

                  • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 1, offered by Mr. Garcia was AGREED TO by voice vote.
                    • Second degree “Manager’s” amendment to Garcia amendment offered by Mr. Garcia, no. 1a, was AGREED TO by voice vote.

                • H.R. 3407, the “United States Export Finance Agency Act of 2019” — Not called up.

                  • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 2, expected to be offered by Mrs. Waters – not called up.





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