THE DAILY LEADER: TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2010

For Immediate Release:

June 14, 2010

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FLOOR SCHEDULE FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2010
 
House Meets At…
 
First Vote Predicted…
 
Last Vote Predicted…

9:00 a.m.: Morning Hour

10:00 a.m.: Legislative Business

  12:30 – 1:30 p.m.   5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
 

The House will convene at 10:00 a.m. for legislative business. Shortly thereafter, the House will recess for the Former Member’s Association annual meeting. The House will reconvene at approximately 11:30 a.m.

 

“One Minutes”

 

Begin Consideration of H.R. 5297 - Small Business Lending Fund Act of 2010 (Rep. Frank – Financial Services) (Subject to a Rule)

 

Suspensions (4 Bills)

  1. H.Res. 1389 - Recognizing the immeasurable contributions of fathers in the healthy development of children, supporting responsible fatherhood, and encouraging greater involvement of fathers in the lives of their children, especially on Father's Day (Rep. McIntyre - Education and Labor)
  2. H.Res. 1414 - Congratulating Urban Prep Charter Academy for Young Men-Englewood Campus for achieving a 100 percent college acceptance rate for all 107 members of its first graduating class of 2010 (Rep. Rush - Education and Labor)
  3. H.R. 4855 - Work-Life Balance Award Act (Rep. Woolsey - Education and Labor)
  4. H.Res. 1322 - Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program and recognizing the significant contributions of Albert Einstein Fellows (Rep. Honda - Education and Labor)

 

Postponed Suspension Vote (1 Bill):

  1. H.Res. 1383 - Honoring Dr. Larry Case on his retirement as National FFA Advisor (Rep. Luetkemeyer - Agriculture)

 

* 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

"With another recipient of TARP funds raising money in the public markets in order to pay the Treasury back, the program continues to defy the critics who scoffed at the notion that the U.S. taxpayer would ever see their money again…. Soon to follow will be yet another update from Treasury reiterating just how well it has gone and how the cost to the taxpayer has been minimized. It’s true. Through the end of the May, TARP repayments had reached a total of $194 billion, which exceeded the total amount of TARP funds outstanding ($190 billion) by $4 billion.”

 

- CNBC, 6/14/2010