Daily Whip
House Meets At: First Vote Predicted: Last Vote Predicted:
2:00 p.m.: Legislative Business

Unlimited “One Minutes”
6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Following one minute speeches, the House is expected to recess until approximately 4:30 p.m. At that time, the House will reconvene and consider the five bills listed for consideration under suspension of the Rules. Any recorded votes requested will be postponed until 6:30 p.m.

Suspensions (5 bills)

  1. H.R. 6025 – Mandatory Operational Control Reporting and Performance Measures Act of 2012, as amended (Rep. Miller (MI) – Homeland Security)
  2. H.R. 5913 – DHS Accountability Act of 2012, as amended (Rep. McCaul – Homeland Security)
  3. Senate Amendment to H.R. 915 – Jaime Zapata Border Enforcement Security Task Force Act (Rep. Cuellar – Homeland Security)
  4. H.R. 5997 – Medical Preparedness Allowable Use Act (Rep. Bilirakis – Homeland Security)
  5. H.R. 6328 – Clothe a Homeless Hero Act (Rep. Hochul – Homeland Security)

The GOP Leadership has announced the following schedule for Wednesday, November 28: The House will meet at 12:00 p.m. for legislative business. The House is expected to consider several bills under suspension of the Rules. 

The Daily Quote

“Last week, [Sen. Saxby] Chambliss drew attention when said he was willing to buck Norquist’s pledge. ‘I care more about my country than I do about a 20-year-old pledge,’ Chambliss told WMAZ-TV of Macon, Ga. ‘If we do it his way then we’ll continue in debt, and I just have a disagreement with him about that.’ [Rep. Peter] King echoed Chambliss’s assessment Sunday. He said that while he opposes tax increases, he does not advocate taking ‘ironclad positions’ during the negotiations between Democrats and Republicans on the nation’s fiscal issues. ‘I agree entirely with Saxby Chambliss. A pledge you signed 20 years ago, 18 years ago, is for that Congress,’ King said on NBC’s ‘Meet the Press.’ He continued: ‘For instance, if I were in Congress in 1941, I would have signed a declaration of war against Japan. I’m not going to attack Japan today. The world has changed, and the economic situation is different.’”

-     Washington Post, 11/26/12