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  • H.R. ____, the ‘‘National Investment Authority Act.��



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    • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”
    • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”
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      • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”
      • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”

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      Legislation

      • Committee Print – Providing for reconciliation pursuant to S. Con. Res. 14, the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2022 — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 30 ayes and 24 nays (FC-63).
        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 1, offered by Ms. Waters was AGREED TO by voice vote.
          • An amendment to the amendment in the nature of a substitute, no 1a, offered by Ms. Waters was AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 30 nays (FC-51).
          • Amendments EnBloc #1 were NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 30 nays (FC-52).
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Barr, no. 1b.
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Rose, no. 1c.
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Rose, no. 1d.
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Huizenga, no. 1e.
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Hill, no. 1f.
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Hill, no. 1g.
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Posey, no. 1h.
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Loudermilk, no. 1i.
            • An amendment offered by Mr. Rose, no. 1j.
          • An amendment offered by Mr. McHenry, no. 1k, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 30 nays (FC-53).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. McHenry, no. 1l, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 30 nays (FC-54).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Hill, no. 1m, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 29 nays (FC-55).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Emmer, no. 1n, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 29 nays (FC-56).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Huizenga, no. 1o, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 28 nays (FC-57).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Gonzalez (OH), no. 1p, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 30 nays (FC-58).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Timmons, no. 1q, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 21 ayes and 31 nays (FC-59).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Zeldin, no. 1r, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 30 nays (FC-60).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Rose, no. 1s, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 30 nays (FC-61).
          • An amendment offered by Ms. Wagner, no. 1t, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 30 nays (FC-62).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Taylor, no. 1u, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 30 nays (FC-63).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Barr, no. 1v, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 30 nays (FC-64).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Posey, no. 1w, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 30 nays (FC-65).
          • An amendment offered by Ms. Wagner, no1x, was AGREED to by voice vote.
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Gonzalez (OH), no. 1y, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 25 ayes and 29 nays (FC-66).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Steil, no. 1z, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 30 nays (FC-67).

      • H.R. 5195, the “Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Reauthorization Act of 2021” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 35 ayes and 15 nays (FC-68).
        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 2, offered by Ms. Waters was AGREED TO by voice vote.

      • H.R. 5196, the “Expediting Assistance to Renters and Landlords Act of 2021” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 28 ayes and 22 nays (FC-75).
        • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 3, offered by Ms. Waters.
          • An amendment to the amendment in the nature of a substitute, no 3a, offered by Ms. Waters was AGREED TO by voice vote.
          • An amendment offered by Mr. McHenry, no. 3b, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 29 nays (FC-69).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. McHenry, no. 3c, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 29 nays (FC-70).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Hill, no. 3d, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 29 nays (FC-71).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Hill, no. 3e, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 21 ayes and 29 nays (FC-72).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Emmer, no. 3f, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 29 nays (FC-73).
          • An amendment offered by Mr. Emmer, no. 3g, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 28 nays (FC-74).



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        Legislation

        • H.R. 5196, the ‘‘Expediting Assistance to Renters and Landlords Act of 2021.��

        • H.R. 3913, the ‘‘Renter Protection Act of 2021.��



        Witness List

        • Kadeem Morris, Supervising Attorney, Community Legal Services Inc.

        • Margaret Salazar, Executive Director of Oregon Housing and Community Services Department

        • David Schwartz, CEO, Chairman & Co-Founder of Waterton, Chair of National Multifamily Housing Council

        • Diane Yentel, President and CEO, National Low Income Housing Coalition

        • Gilbert J. Winn, Chief Executive Officer, Winn Companies



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          • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”
          • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”

          Click here for the ARCHIVED WEBCAST of this Markup.

          Click here for the Committee Memorandum.



          Legislation

          • H.R. 4590, the “Promoting New and Diverse Depository Institutions Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by voice vote.
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 1, offered by Mr. Auchincloss was AGREED TO by voice vote.

          • H.R. 4616, the “Adjustable Interest Rate (LIBOR) Act of 2021” — 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 was AGREED TO by voice vote.
              • An amendment offered by Mr. Sherman, no. 3a, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

          • H.R. 4685, To require the Government Accountability Office to carry out a study on the impact of the gamification, psychological nudges, and other design techniques used by online trading platforms, and for other purposes. — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 28 ayes and 23 nays (FC-48).
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 5, offered by Mr. Casten was AGREED TO by voice vote.
              • An amendment offered by Mr. Davidson, no. 5a, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 29 nays (FC-47).

          • H.R. 4617, To require the Securities and Exchange Commission to carry out a study on payment for order flow. — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 28 ayes and 22 nays (FC-49).
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 6, offered by Mr. Sherman was AGREED TO by voice vote.
              • An amendment offered by Mr. Huizenga, no. 6a, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 38 nays (FC-48).

          • H.R. 935, the “Small Business Mergers, Acquisitions, Sales, and Brokerage Simplification Act of 2021” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by voice vote.
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 7, offered by Mr. Huizenga was AGREED TO by voice vote.
          • H.R. 2265, the “Financial Exploitation Prevention Act of 2021” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by voice vote.
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 11, offered by Ms. Wagner was AGREED TO by voice vote.

          EnBloc #2 final passage of H.R. 4618; H.R. 4619 and H.R. 4620, — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 27 ayes and 22 nays (FC-50).

          • H.R. 4618, the “Short Sale Transparency and Market Fairness Act.”
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 4, offered by Ms. Waters was AGREED TO by voice vote.

          • H.R. 4619, To amend the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 to prohibit trading ahead by market makers, and for other purposes.
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 9, offered by Mr. Green was AGREED TO by voice vote.

          • H.R. 4620, To amend the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 to limit the exemption provided for family offices from the definition of an investment adviser to those family offices with less than $750,000,000 in assets under management and for other purposes.
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 8, offered by Ms. Ocasio-Cortez was AGREED TO by voice vote.

          EnBloc #1 final passage of H.R. 3332 and H.R. 3555, — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a recorded vote of 28 ayes and 23 nays (FC-46).

          • H.R. 3332, the “Manufactured Housing Community Preservation Act of 2021.”
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 2, offered by Ms. Axne was AGREED TO by voice vote.
          • H.R. 3555, the “Voters on the Move Registration Act.”
            • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 10, offered by Ms. Williams was AGREED TO by voice vote.



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            Click here for the ARCHIVED WEBCAST of this hearing.

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            Legislation

            • H.R. ____, the ‘‘Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Reauthorization Act.��



            Witness List





            Hearing Videos

              Webcast of the Hearing

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              • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”
              • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”
              Click here for the ARCHIVED WEBCAST of this hearing.

              Click here for the Committee Memorandum.



              Witness List





              Hearing Videos

                Webcast of the Hearing



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                • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”
                • H.R. 6790, The “Business Borrowers Protection Act.”