Chairman Jeb Hensarling

Markup

Markup of the Report on the Activity of the Committee on Financial Services for the 112th Congress; H.R. 2072, the Securing American Jobs Through Exports Act of 2011; H.R. 1070, the Small Company Capital Formation Act of 2011; H.R. 1082, the Small Business Capital Access and Job Preservation Act; H.R. 33, To amend the Securities Act of 1933 to specify when certain securities issued in connection with church plans are treated as exempted securities for purposes of that Act; H.R. 1062, the Burdensome Data Collection Relief Act; H.R. 940, The United States Covered Bonds Act of 2011
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 10:00 AM in 2128 Rayburn HOB
Full Committee


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H.R. 33, To amend the Securities Act of 1933 to specify when certain securities issued in connection with church plans are treated as exempted securities for purposes of that Act was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

Report on the Activity of the Committee on Financial Services for the 112th Congress was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

H.R. 1082, the "Small Business Capital Access and Job Preservation Act" was AGREED TO, as amended, by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Himes, no. 1, was AGREED TO, as amended, by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Himes, no. 1a, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

H.R. 2072, the "Securing American Jobs Through Exports Act of 2011" was AGREED TO, as amended, by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Miller, no. 1, was AGREED TO, as amended, by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Royce to the amendment offered by Mr. Miller, no. 1a, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Campbell, no. 2, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Ms. Velazquez, no. 3, was WITHDRAWN.

H.R. 1070, the "Small Company Capital Formation Act of 2011" was AGREED TO, as amended, by a voice vote.

An amendment in the nature of a substitute offered by Mr. Schweikert, no. 1, was AGREED TO, as amended, by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Ackerman, no. 1a, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Frank, no. 1b, was AGREED TO, as amended, by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Schweikert to the amendment offered by Mr. Frank, no. 1b(1), was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Frank, no. 1c, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 20 ayes to 26 nays, FC-43.

An amendment offered by Ms. Velazquez, no. 1d, was WITHDRAWN.

An amendment offered by Ms. Velazquez, no. 1e, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes to 27 nays, FC-44.

H.R. 1062, the "Burdensome Data Collection Relief Act" was AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 33 ayes to 21 nays, FC-46.

An amendment offered by Mr. Frank, no. 1, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 25 ayes to 27 nays, FC-45.

An amendment offered by Mr. Ellison, no. 2, was NOT AGREED TO by a voice vote.

H.R. 940, the "United States Covered Bond Act of 2011" was AGREED TO, as amended, by a recorded vote of 44 ayes to 7 nays, 3 present not voting, FC-49.

An amendment offered by Mrs. Maloney, no. 1, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Campbell, no. 2, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

An amendment offered by Mr. Frank, no. 3, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes to 28 nays, FC-47.

An amendment offered by Mr. Frank, no. 4, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 26 ayes to 28 nays, FC-48.

An amendment offered by Mr. Garrett, no. 5, was AGREED TO by a voice vote.

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Committee to Vote on Bills Designed to Spur New Jobs, Cut Unnecessary Red Tape

Bill to Facilitate a Robust Covered Bond Market Scheduled For Committee Consideration