THE DAILY LEADER: THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2010

For Immediate Release:

May 26, 2010

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FLOOR SCHEDULE FOR THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2010
 
House Meets At…
 
First Vote Predicted…
 
Last Vote Predicted…
 10:00 a.m.: Legislative Business   10:30 – 11:30 a.m.    Evening
 

“One Minutes” (10 per side)

 

Begin Consideration of H.R. 5136 - National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011 (Rep. Skelton – Armed Services) (Subject to a Rule)

 

Motion to Concur in the Senate Amendment with a House Amendment to H.R. 4213 - The American Jobs, Closing Tax Loopholes and Preventing Outsourcing Act (Rep. Levin – Ways and Means) (Subject to a Rule)

 

Postponed Suspension Votes (4 Bills)

  1. H.Res. 1161 - Honoring the Centennial Celebration of Women at Marquette University, the first Catholic university in the world to offer co-education as part of its regular undergraduate program (Rep. Moore (WI) - Education and Labor)
  2. H.Res. 1372 - Honoring the University of Georgia Graduate School on the occasion of its centennial (Rep. Broun - Education and Labor)
  3. H.Res. 407 - Expressing support for designation of May as "National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month" (Rep. Castor - Energy and Commerce)
  4. H.Res. 1391 - Congratulating and commending Israel for its accession to membership in the organization for Economic Co-operative and Development (Rep. Ros-Lehtinen - Foreign Affairs)

 

* Conference Reports may be brought up at any time.

* Motions to go to Conference should they become available.      

      * Possible Motions to Instruct Conferees.


The Daily Quote

"The $800 billion U.S. stimulus package has had a slightly bigger effect on the U.S. economy than was projected when it was passed more than a year ago, the Congressional Budget Office estimated Tuesday. Through the first quarter of 2010, the stimulus boosted employment by an estimated 1.3 million to 2.8 million jobs, about a quarter or half million more than projected. Gross domestic product was 1.7 to 4.1 percentage points higher than it would have been without the stimulus, the nonpartisan budget office said.”

 

 - Wall Street Journal, 5/25/2010