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      Witness List

      • Mr. Jesse Van Tol, Chief Executive Officer, National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC)

      • Ms. Mehrsa Baradaran, Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Robert Cotten Alston Chair in Corporate Law, University of Georgia School of Law

      • Mr. Clint Odom, Senior Vice President Policy and Advocacy and Washington Bureau Executive Director, National Urban League

      • Mr. Benson Doyle Mitchell, Jr. President and CEO, Industrial Bank, Representative of National Bankers Association

      • Mr. Aaron Glantz, Senior Reporter, Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting

      • Mr. Benson F. “Buzz” Roberts, President and CEO, National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders



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        Legislation

        • H.R. ___, Insider Trading Prohibition Act [DRAFT]

        • H.R. ___, Investor Choice Act of 2019 [DRAFT]

        • H.R. ___, 8-K Trading Gap Act of 2019 [DRAFT]

        • H.R. ___, A bill to require the SEC to complete rulemaking required by section 10D of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 [DRAFT]

        • H.R. ___, A bill to require the SEC to complete rulemaking required by section 14(i) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 [DRAFT]

        • H.R. ___, A bill to amend the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 to amend the definition of whistleblower [DRAFT]

        Witness List

        • John Coffee, Adolf A. Berle Professor of Law, Director of the Center on Corporate Governance at Columbia Law School

        • Melanie Lubin, Maryland Securities Commissioner, on behalf of the North American Securities Administrators Association, Inc (NASAA)

        • Remington A. Gregg, Counsel for Civil Justice and Consumer Rights, Public Citizen

        • Tom Quaadman, Executive Vice President, U.S. Chamber Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness, Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America



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          MEMBER DAY HEARING REQUIREMENT.�During the first session of the One Hundred Sixteenth Congress, each standing committee (other than the Committee on Ethics) shall hold a hearing at which it receives testimony from Members, Delegates, and the Resident Commissioner on proposed legislation within its jurisdiction, except that the Committee on Rules may hold such hearing during the second session of the One Hundred Sixteenth Congress.

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          Legislation

          • H.R.____, “Strategy for Rural Housing Preservation Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

          • H.R.____, The “RHV_12” [DRAFT]

          • H.R.____, The “Rural Housing Preservation Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

          • H.R.____, The “VAWA Protections for Rural Women Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

          • H.R.____, The “Panett_09” [DRAFT]

          Witness List

          • Gideon Anders, Senior Staff Attorney, National Housing Law Project

          • Stan Keasling, President, National Rural Housing Coalition

          • David Lipsetz, Chief Executive Officer, Housing Assistance Council

          • Andres Saavedra, Senior Program Officer, Rural Local Initiatives Support Corporation

          • Tanya Eastwood, President, Council for Affordable and Rural Housing



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            Legislation

            • H.R.____, “Restoring Fair Housing Protections Eliminated by HUD Act of 2018” [DRAFT]

            • H.R. 5, The “Equality Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

            • H.R. 149, The “Veterans, Women, Families with Children, Race, and Persons with Disabilities Housing Fairness Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

            • H.R.____, The “Sexual Harassment Awareness and Prevention Act of 2018” [DRAFT]

            Witness List

            • Debby Goldberg, Vice President, Housing Policy and Special Projects, National Fair Housing Alliance

            • Cashauna Hill, Executive Director, Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center

            • Kierra Johnson, Deputy Executive Director, National LGBTQ Task Force

            • Skylar Olsen, Director of Economic Research & Outreach, Zillow Group

            • Salim Furth, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, Mercatus Center, George Mason University



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              Legislation:

              • H.R. 389, the “Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Rewards Act” — 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. Lynch was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

              • H.R. 1500, the “Consumers First Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 34 ayes and 26 nays (FC-25).

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

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Stivers, no. 2a, was WITHDRAWN.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Stivers, no. 2b, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 34 nays (FC-22).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Steil, no. 2c, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 34 nays (FC-23).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Luetkemeyer, no. 2d, was WITHDRAWN.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Barr, no. 2e, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 34 nays (FC-24).

              • H.R. 1595, the “Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act of 2019” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 45 ayes and 15 nays (FC-21).

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

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Luetkemeyer, no. 3a, was RULED NON-GERMANE.

                  • An amendment offered by Ms. Porter, no. 3b, was AGREED TO by a re voice vote.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Barr, no. 3c, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 27 ayes and 33 nays (FC-16).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Rose, no. 3d, was NOT AGREED To by a recorded vote of 27 ayes and 33 nays (FC-17).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Stivers, no. 3e, was AGREED TO by voice vote.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Duffy, no. 3f, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 34 nays (FC-18).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Barr, no. 3g, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 18, ayes and 42 nays (FC-19).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Huizenga, no. 3h, was WITHDRAWN.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Huizenga, no. 3i, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 25 ayes and 35 nays (FC-20).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Tipton, no. 3j, was WITHDRAWN.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Tipton, no. 3k, was AGREED TO by voice vote.

              • H.R. 1815, the “SEC Disclosure Effectiveness Testing Act” — Ordered reported to the House, as amended, with a favorable recommendation by a record vote of 33 ayes and 26 nays (FC-15).

                • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 4, offered by Mr. Casten was AGREED TO by voice vote.

              • H.R. 1856, the “Ending Homelessness 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-14).

                • An amendment in the nature of a substitute, no. 5, offered by Ms. Waters was AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 33 ayes and 26 nays (FC-13).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Stivers, no. 5a, was WITHDRAWN.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Duffy, no. 5b, was RULED NON-GERMANE.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Mooney, no. 5c, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 29 nays (FC-8).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Loudermilk, no. 5d, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 31 nays (FC-9).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Duffy, no. 5e, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 0 ayes and 57 nays (FC-10).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Posey, no. 5f, was AGREED TO, as amended, by voice vote.

                    • Second degree amendment to Posey amendment offered by Mr. Heck, no. 5f1, was AGREED TO by voice vote.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Barr, no. 5g, was AGREED TO, as amended, by voice vote.

                    • Second degree amendment to Barr amendment offered by Ms. Tlaib, no. 5g1, was AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 31 ayes and 26 nays (FC-11).

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Huizenga, no. 5h, was AGREED TO by voice vote.

                  • An amendment offered by Mr. Huizenga, no. 5i, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes and 33 nays (FC-12).






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              Legislation

              • H.R.____, “Reforming Disaster Recovery Act of 2019” [DRAFT]

              Witness List

              • Fernando Gil Enseñat, Secretary of Housing, Puerto Rico

              • Jeremy Kirkland, Counsel to the Inspector General, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

              • Daphne Lemelle, Executive Director, Harris County Community Services Department

              • Marion Mollegen-McFadden, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Community Partners



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