Cicilline Committee Assignments In The House

Top Contributors, 2017 - 2018

ContributorTotalIndividualsPACs
B&D Holding Di Marco Drago e C Sapa$17,250$7,250$10,000
Waterson Terminal Services$16,200$16,200$0
Carpenters & Joiners Union$10,000$0$10,000
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers$10,000$0$10,000
Capitol City Group$8,200$8,200$0

Top Industries, 2017 - 2018

IndustryTotalIndividualsPACs
Retired$77,102$77,102$0
Lawyers/Law Firms$71,277$53,027$18,250
Building Trade Unions$49,500$0$49,500
Real Estate$44,675$41,675$3,000
TV/Movies/Music$33,516$27,016$6,500

Total Raised vs. Average Raised

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NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2017 - 2018 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on 03/10/18 for Fundraising totals, Source of Funds and Total Raised vs Average, and on 02/20/18 for Top Contributors and Industries.  ("Help! The numbers don't add up...")

WHY DON'T THE NUMBERS ADD UP?

Sometimes it's hard to make apple-to-apple comparisons across some of the pages in a candidate's profile. Here's why:

Summary numbers - specifically "Total Raised and Spent" and "PAC/Individual Split" - are based on summary reports filed by the candidates with the Federal Election Commission. All other numbers in these profiles ("Quality of Disclosure," "Geography" and "Special Interests") are derived from detailed FEC reports that itemize all contributions of $200 or more.

There is also a time lag in posting the information. While summary numbers are reported almost immediately by the FEC -- and listed quickly on OpenSecrets -- processing and analyzing the detailed records takes much longer. For that reason, summary numbers are usually higher (and more current) than the numbers based on detailed records.

HOW CURRENT ARE THESE FIGURES?

The figures in these profiles are taken from databases uploaded by the FEC to the internet on the first day of every month. Those databases are only as current as the FEC has been able to compile by that date (see the note above about lag times for data entry).

The Center updates figures for "Total Raised and Spent" and for "PAC/Individual Split" a few days after the first of the month. The remaining figures - based on detailed contribution data - is updated by the Center after the 20th of every month. This gives us time to analyze the contributions and categorize them by industry and interest group.

The organizations themselves did not donate, rather the money came from the organizations' PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.

Why (and How) We Use Donors' Employer/Occupation Information

The organizations listed as "Top Contributors" reached this list for one of two reasons: either they gave through a political action committee sponsored by the organization, or individuals connected with the organization contributed directly to the candidate.

Under federal law, all contributions over $200 must be itemized and the donor's occupation and employer must be requested and disclosed, if provided. The Center uses that employer/occupation information to identify the donor's economic interest. We do this in two ways:

  • First, we apply a code to the contribution, identifying the industry. Totals for industries (and larger economic sectors) can be seen in each candidate and race profile, and in the Industry Profile section of the OpenSecrets website.
  • Second, we standardize the name of the donor's employer. If enough contributions came in from people connected with that same employer, the organization's name winds up on the Top Contributor list.

Of course, it is impossible to know either the economic interest that made each individual contribution possible or the motivation for each individual giver. However, the patterns of contributions provide critical information for voters, researchers and others. That is why Congress mandated that candidates and political parties request employer information from contributors and publicly report it when the contributor provides it.

In some cases, a cluster of contributions from the same organization may indicate a concerted effort by that organization to "bundle" contributions to the candidate. In other cases—both with private companies and with government agencies, non-profits and educational institutions—the reason for the contributions may be completely unrelated to the organization.

Showing these clusters of contributions from people associated with particular organizations provides a valuable—and unique—way of understanding where a candidate is getting his or her financial support. Knowing those groups is also useful after the election, as issues come before Congress and the administration that may affect those organizations and their industries.

METHODOLOGY

The figures profiled here include money from two sources: These contributors were either the sponsors of a PAC that gave to the politician, or they were listed as an individual donor's employer. Donors who give more than $200 to any federal candidate, PAC or party committee must list their occupation and employer. Based on that information, the donor is given an economic code. These totals are conservative, as not all of the individual contributions have yet been classified by the Center.

In cases where two or more people from the same family contributed, the income-earner's occupation/employer is assigned to all non-wage earning family members. If, for instance, Henry Jones lists his employer as First National Bank, his wife Matilda lists "Homemaker" and 12-year old Tammy shows up as "Student," the Center would identify all their contributions as being related to the "First National Bank" since that's the source of the family's income.

Although individual contributions are generally categorized based on the donor's occupation/employer, in some cases individuals may be classified instead as ideological donors. A contribution to a candidate may be given an ideological code, rather than an economic code, if the contributor gives to an ideological political action committee AND the candidate has received money from PACs representing that same ideological interest.

Feel free to distribute or cite this material, but please credit the Center for Responsive Politics. For permission to reprint for commercial uses, such as textbooks, contact the Center: info[at]crp.org

House Committee on Foreign Affairs

The House Committee on Foreign Affairs considers legislation that impacts the diplomatic community, which includes the Department of State, the Agency for International Development, the Peace Corps, the United Nations, and the enforcement of the Arms Export Control Act. (source)

Chair:
Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
Ranking Member:
Rep. Eliot Engel [D-NY16]
Republicans:
26
Democrats:
21

The chair is always selected from the majority party and the ranking member is the most senior member of the minority party. The majority party ensures it has a majority on every committee.

Members

Bills

There are 482 bills referred to this committee. Below find the top 100:

  • S. 1595: Hizballah International Financing Prevention Amendments Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Sen. Marco Rubio [R-FL]
    Status: Passed Senate (House next)
  • S. 447: for Uncompensated Survivors Today (JUST) Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Sen. Tammy Baldwin [D-WI]
    Status: Passed Senate (House next)
  • H.R. 2200: Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Prevention and Protection Reauthorization Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 601: Continuing Appropriations Act, 2018 and Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief Requirements Act, 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Nita Lowey [D-NY17]
    Status: Enacted — Signed by the President
  • S. 1311: Abolish Human Trafficking Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Sen. John Cornyn [R-TX]
    Status: Passed Senate (House next)
  • H.R. 672: Combating European Anti-Semitism Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Nita Lowey [D-NY17]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • S. 141: Space Weather Research and Forecasting Act
    Sponsor: Sen. Gary Peters [D-MI]
    Status: Passed Senate (House next)
  • H.R. 1911: Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 3342: Sanctioning Hizballah’s Illicit Use of Civilians as Defenseless Shields Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Mike Gallagher [R-WI8]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 3329: Hizballah International Financing Prevention Amendments Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 2408: Protecting Girls’ Access to Education Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Steve Chabot [R-OH1]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 1918: Nicaraguan Investment Conditionality Act (NICA) of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL27]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 2061: North Korean Human Rights Reauthorization Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL27]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 1644: Korean Interdiction and Modernization of Sanctions Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Enacted Via Other Measures
  • H.R. 1677: Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Eliot Engel [D-NY16]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 1415: End Neglected Tropical Diseases Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • S. 371: Department of State Authorities Act, Fiscal Year 2017, Improvements Act
    Sponsor: Sen. Bob Corker [R-TN]
    Status: Enacted — Signed by the President
  • H.R. 3851: War Crimes Rewards Expansion Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Virginia Foxx [R-NC5]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 2646: United States-Jordan Defense Cooperation Extension Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL27]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 3776: Cyber Diplomacy Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 3445: AGOA and MCA Modernization Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 3320: To direct the Secretary of State to develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in the World Health Organization, and for other purposes.
    Sponsor: Rep. Ted Yoho [R-FL3]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 2712: Palestinian International Terrorism Support Prevention Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Brian Mast [R-FL18]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.R. 1698: Iran Ballistic Missiles and International Sanctions Enforcement Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • S. 1312: Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Sen. Charles “Chuck” Grassley [R-IA]
    Status: Passed Senate (House next)
  • H.R. 1697: Israel Anti-Boycott Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Peter Roskam [R-IL6]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 2397: DPRK Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Ted Yoho [R-FL3]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 1997: Ukraine Cybersecurity Cooperation Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Brendan Boyle [D-PA13]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 1660: Global Health Innovation Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Albio Sires [D-NJ8]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 3328: Cuban Airport Security Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. John Katko [R-NY24]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 534: U.S. Wants to Compete for a World Expo Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Tom Emmer [R-MN6]
    Status: Enacted — Signed by the President
  • H.R. 2504: To ensure fair treatment in licensing requirements for the export of certain echinoderms.
    Sponsor: Rep. Chellie Pingree [D-ME1]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 535: Taiwan Travel Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Steve Chabot [R-OH1]
    Status: Passed House & Senate (President next)
  • H.R. 5129: Global Food Security Reauthorization Act of 2018
    Sponsor: Rep. Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 425: FTO Passport Revocation Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Ted Poe [R-TX2]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 1196: Counterterrorism Screening and Assistance Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Lee Zeldin [R-NY1]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.R. 2484: Women, Peace, and Security Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Kristi Noem [R-SD0]
    Status: Enacted Via Other Measures
  • H.R. 479: North Korea State Sponsor of Terrorism Designation Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Ted Poe [R-TX2]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 600: Digital GAP Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 1625: TARGET Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Passed Senate with Changes (back to House)
  • H.R. 2219: End Banking for Human Traffickers Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.R. 2168: First Responders Passport Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Darrell Issa [R-CA49]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 4819: DELTA Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Jeff Fortenberry [R-NE1]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Con.Res. 90: Condemning ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya and calling for an end to the violence in and an immediate restoration of humanitarian access to the state of Rakhine in Burma.
    Sponsor: Rep. Joseph “Joe” Crowley [D-NY14]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.Con.Res. 92: Recognizing the deep and abiding friendship between the United States and Israel.
    Sponsor: Rep. Tom Graves [R-GA14]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.Con.Res. 67: Urging the Government of the People’s Republic of China to unconditionally release Liu Xiaobo, together with his wife Liu Xia, to allow them to freely meet with friends, family, and counsel and seek medical treatment wherever they desire.
    Sponsor: Rep. Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 2085: To approve an agreement between the United States and the Republic of Palau, and for other purposes.
    Sponsor: Rep. Gregorio Sablan [D-MP0]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.R. 2658: Venezuela Humanitarian Assistance and Defense of Democratic Governance Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Eliot Engel [D-NY16]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.J.Res. 112: Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Islamist Extremism
    Sponsor: Rep. Scott Perry [R-PA4]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 3364: Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Enacted — Signed by the President
  • H.R. 1638: Iranian Leadership Asset Transparency Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Bruce Poliquin [R-ME2]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 391: Asylum Reform and Border Protection Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Jason Chaffetz [R-UT3, 2009-2017]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.R. 495: Protection of Children Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. John Carter [R-TX31]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.R. 4934: To prohibit assistance to the Government of Pakistan, and to require the Department of State and the United States Agency for International Development to transfer amounts to the Highway Trust Fund equivalent to historic levels of assistance t
    Sponsor: Rep. Marshall “Mark” Sanford [R-SC1]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 5141: United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018
    Sponsor: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL27]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 5040: Export Control Reform Act of 2018
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Res. 615: Designating the Democratic Cloakroom in the Hall of the House of Representatives as the “Gabrielle Giffords-Leo J. Ryan Cloakroom”.
    Sponsor: Rep. Jackie Speier [D-CA14]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 599: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives with respect to United States policy towards Yemen, and for other purposes.
    Sponsor: Rep. Ro Khanna [D-CA17]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 422: Urging adherence to the “one country, two systems” policy as prescribed in the Joint Declaration between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and the Government of the People’s Republic of China on the Question of Hong Kong.
    Sponsor: Rep. Eliot Engel [D-NY16]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 359: Urging the European Union to designate Hizballah in its entirety as a terrorist organization and increase pressure on it and its members.
    Sponsor: Rep. Theodore Deutch [D-FL22]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 311: Reaffirming the 40 years of relations between the United States and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and the shared pursuit of economic growth and regional security in Southeast Asia.
    Sponsor: Rep. Joaquin Castro [D-TX20]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 449: Urging the Government of Kenya and Kenya’s political parties to respect democratic principles and hold credible, peaceful, and transparent elections in August 2017.
    Sponsor: Rep. Eliot Engel [D-NY16]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.Res. 317: Calling for the unconditional release of United States citizens and legal permanent resident aliens being held for political purposes by the Government of Iran.
    Sponsor: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL27]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 397: Solemnly reaffirming the commitment of the United States to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s principle of collective defense as enumerated in Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty.
    Sponsor: Rep. Paul Ryan [R-WI1]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 351: Condemning the violence and persecution in Chechnya.
    Sponsor: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL27]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 354: Condemning the violence against peaceful protesters outside the Turkish Ambassador’s residence on May 16, 2017, and calling for the perpetrators to be brought to justice and measures to be taken to prevent similar incidents in the future.
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 355: Condemning in the strongest terms the terrorist attacks in Manchester, United Kingdom, on May 22, 2017, and in London, United Kingdom, on June 3, 2017, expressing heartfelt condolences, and reaffirming unwavering support for the special relat
    Sponsor: Rep. Gregory Meeks [D-NY5]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 145: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the fight against corruption in Central America.
    Sponsor: Rep. Norma Torres [D-CA35]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 187: Relating to efforts to respond to the famine in South Sudan.
    Sponsor: Rep. Karen Bass [D-CA37]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 54: Reaffirming the United States-Argentina partnership and recognizing Argentina’s economic reforms.
    Sponsor: Rep. Albio Sires [D-NJ8]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 92: Condemning North Korea’s development of multiple intercontinental ballistic missiles, and for other purposes.
    Sponsor: Rep. Joe Wilson [R-SC2]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 137: Honoring the life of Shimon Peres.
    Sponsor: Rep. David Cicilline [D-RI1]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.Res. 11: Objecting to United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334 as an obstacle to Israeli-Palestinian peace, and for other purposes.
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.R. 5132: Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Economic Exclusion Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Edward “Ed” Royce [R-CA39]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Res. 129: Calling on the Department of Defense, other appropriate elements of the Federal Government, and foreign governments to resolutely continue efforts to investigate, recover, and identify all United States personnel designated as unaccounted-for
    Sponsor: Rep. Sam Johnson [R-TX3]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 336: Reaffirming a strong commitment to the United States-Mexico partnership.
    Sponsor: Rep. Eliot Engel [D-NY16]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 357: Reaffirming the strategic partnership between the United States and Canada, recognizing bilateral cooperation that advances United States national interests, and urging increased bilateral cooperation on security, economic issues, and energy,
    Sponsor: Rep. Jeff Duncan [R-SC3]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 407: Condemning the persecution of Christians around the world.
    Sponsor: Rep. Glenn Grothman [R-WI6]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 259: Expressing concern and condemnation over the political, economic, social, and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela.
    Sponsor: Rep. Ron DeSantis [R-FL6]
    Status: Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
  • H.Res. 401: Urging China, South Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, India, and all nations to outlaw the dog and cat meat trade and to enforce existing laws against the trade.
    Sponsor: Rep. Alcee Hastings [D-FL20]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.Res. 201: Expressing support to the Government of Argentina for its investigation into the terrorist bombing of the Embassy of Israel in Buenos Aires on March 17, 1992.
    Sponsor: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL27]
    Status: Ordered Reported
  • H.R. 1164: Taylor Force Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Doug Lamborn [R-CO5]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 2627: Enhancing Overseas Traveler Vetting Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Will Hurd [R-TX23]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 5105: BUILD Act of 2018
    Sponsor: Rep. Ted Yoho [R-FL3]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 4744: Iran Human Rights and Hostage-Taking Accountability Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Michael McCaul [R-TX10]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 3030: Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Ann Wagner [R-MO2]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Res. 421: Urging the Administration to develop more effective and timely responses to famine in Africa, especially efforts to end the conflicts in South Sudan, Nigeria, and other countries that cause or exacerbate famine.
    Sponsor: Rep. Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 3542: Hamas Human Shields Prevention Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Joe Wilson [R-SC2]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.Con.Res. 111: Recognizing and supporting the efforts of the United Bid Committee to bring the 2026 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup competition to Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
    Sponsor: Rep. Darin LaHood [R-IL18]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Con.Res. 99: Expressing the sense of Congress on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the proclamation of independence of Czechoslovakia, the 25th anniversary of the independence of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic, and reaffirming the bo
    Sponsor: Rep. Rod Blum [R-IA1]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Con.Res. 89: Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to United States policy toward Tibet and that the treatment of the Tibetan people should be an important factor in the conduct of United States relations with the People’s Republic of China.
    Sponsor: Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL27]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Con.Res. 62: To urge the President to direct the United States representative to the United Nations to use the voice and vote of the United States to hold the United Nations and its member states accountable for allegations of sexual abuse and exploita
    Sponsor: Rep. Claudia Tenney [R-NY22]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Con.Res. 20: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the execution-style murders of United States citizens Ylli, Agron, and Mehmet Bytyqi in the Republic of Serbia in July 1999.
    Sponsor: Rep. Lee Zeldin [R-NY1]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Con.Res. 2: Authorization for Use of Military Force Against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and its Associated Forces
    Sponsor: Rep. Tom Cole [R-OK4]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 390: Iraq and Syria Genocide Emergency Relief and Accountability Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4]
    Status: Passed House (Senate next)
  • H.R. 4027: LEED Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Ann Wagner [R-MO2]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.Res. 537: Promoting United States national security and foreign policy objectives through consolidation and strengthening of the rule of law and respect for human rights in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
    Sponsor: Rep. Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 2659: United States-Israel Agriculture Strategic Partnership Act
    Sponsor: Rep. Darren Soto [D-FL9]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 4311: Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Robert Pittenger [R-NC9]
    Status: Introduced
  • H.R. 3548: Border Security for America Act of 2017
    Sponsor: Rep. Michael McCaul [R-TX10]
    Status: Ordered Reported

Reports

DatePDFBill
Jan 3, 2018PDFH.R. 3445: AGOA and MCA Modernization Act
Jan 3, 2018PDFH.R. 3776: Cyber Diplomacy Act of 2017
Oct 24, 2017PDFH.R. 3329: Hizballah International Financing Prevention Amendments Act of 2017
Oct 24, 2017PDFH.R. 3342: Sanctioning Hizballah’s Illicit Use of Civilians as Defenseless Shields Act
May 11, 2017PDFH.R. 1677: Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act of 2017
Apr 28, 2017PDFH.R. 1644: Korean Interdiction and Modernization of Sanctions Act
Sep 20, 2016PDFH.R. 5931 (114th): Prohibiting Future Ransom Payments to Iran Act
Apr 15, 2016PDFH.R. 4678 (114th): United States Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Preservation Act
Apr 12, 2016PDFH.R. 1567 (114th): Global Food Security Act of 2016
Jan 11, 2016PDFH.R. 757 (114th): North Korea Sanctions and Policy Enhancement Act of 2016
Jan 11, 2016PDFH.R. 3662 (114th): Iran Terror Finance Transparency Act

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