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H. Res. 1766
Senate Amendment to the House Amendment to the Senate Amendment to H. R. 4853 – The “Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creative Act of 2010”

An Act to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend the funding and expenditure authority of the Airport and Airway Trust Fund, to amend title 49, United States Code, to extend authorizations for the airport improvement program, and for other purposes.


 
Background
 
 
Bill Text
  Senate Amendment to the House Amendment to the Senate Amendment to H. R. 4853
 
Amendments
  Note: The list of amendments and their disposition are not the official record of the Committee on Rules.
For the official list, see the Committee on Rules Majority's Web Site.
 
#SponsorsSummaryStatusNotes
1 Orig Pence (IN)
Substitute Would replace the text of the underlying bill with the text of H.R. 4853, the Middle Class Tax Relief Act of 2010. The amendment would permanently extend the tax rates established in 2001 and 2003, permanently repeal the estate tax, maintain the current tax level on capital gains and dividends income, and provide permanent tax relief from the Alternative Minimum Tax by raising the AMT exemption. Rejected 
2 Orig Flake (AZ)
Would remove the provision which extends the ethanol tax credit and import tariff on imported ethanol.Rejected 
3 Orig Jordan (OH)
Would reduce spending by $149 billion. Funding will reflect FY 2008 spending levels (except for Defense, Homeland Security and Military Construction, VA Appropriations, which are set at the FY 2011 levels). Also, the remaining Stimulus is repealed.Rejected 
4 Orig Graves (GA)
Substitute Would make permanent the extension of tax cuts enacted by Congress in 2001 and 2003, permanently repeal the estate and generation skipping transfer taxes that were phased out in 2010 by the EGTRRA, temporarily extend the individual AMT, temporarily extend investment incentives, extend by 13 months Unemployment Insurance, rescind all unobligated stimulus funds and hold all non-security spending levels at FY2008 levels. Rejected 
5 Orig Herger (CA)
Would strike Section 708 of the bill (relating to extension of the ethanol tax credit and ethanol tariff.Rejected 
6 Orig Brady (TX)
Would pay for the cost of extending unemployment insurance benefits with specified spending reductions. These spending reductions include recommendations from the Debt Commission, President Obama, and additional provisions, such as not allowing unemployment insurance benefits for individuals with assets over $1 million, collecting unpaid taxes from federal employees, and eliminating duplicative government programs. The amendment also establishes the bipartisan Federal Sunset Commission.Rejected 
7 Orig Neugebauer (TX)
Would strike Title 6 the temporary employee payroll tax cut.Rejected 
8 Orig Doggett (TX)
Would strike Title VI - Temporary Employee Payroll Tax Cut. Rejected 
9 Orig Sherman (CA)
Would provide for a tax rebate check of the general treasury fund. The amount of the check is equal to a 2% reduction in the worker's payroll tax.Rejected 
10 Orig Sherman (CA)
Would provide for a tax rebate check of the general treasury fund. The amount of the check is equal to a 2% reduction in the worker's payroll tax. For those not subject to the payroll tax, the rebate check would be 2% of earned income up to $106,000.Rejected 
11 Orig Sherman (CA)
Would apply the 2011 and 2012 estate tax rates and exemption to 2010.Rejected 
12 Orig Weiner (NY)
Substitute Would provide for middle class tax relief, extend unemployment benefits, provide a one-time Cost of Living Adjustment for Social Security beneficiaries, and make investments in transportation, energy and water infrastructure.Rejected 
13 Orig Doggett (TX)
Would extend Middle Class tax relief and the estate tax at 2009 levels for two years, eliminates the payroll tax holiday, adds an additional allocation for the Advanced Energy Manufacturing Tax Credit (Section 48C), removes coal-to-liquids from the alternative fuels credit and reduces the ethanol subsidy to 36 cents/gallon. Also includes study of all expiring tax provisions. Rejected 
 
Rule
Rule Number:
      H.Res. 1766
 
Rule Type:
  Disposition of Senate Amendments
 
Rule Summary:
  1. Provides for the consideration of the Senate amendment to the House amendment to the
     Senate amendment to H.R. 4853.
2. Provides three hours of debate on the topics addressed by the motions specified in sections 2
     and 3 of the rule, equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member
     of the Committee on Ways and Means.
3. Makes in order a motion by the chair of the Committee on Ways and Means that the House
     concur in the Senate amendment to the House amendment to the Senate amendment with the
     amendment printed in the report of the Committee on Rules accompanying the resolution.
4. Waives all points of order against consideration of the motion except those arising under clause
     10 of rule XXI.
5. If the motion described in section 2 of the rule fails of adoption, the rule causes to be pending a
     motion to concur in the Senate amendment to the House amendment to the Senate
     amendment.
6. Provides that until completion of proceedings enabled by the first three sections of the rule, the
     Chair may decline to entertain any intervening motion, resolution, question, or notice; the
     Chair may postpone such proceedings to such time as may be designated by the Speaker; and
     each amendment and motion considered pursuant to the rule shall be considered as read.
 
Rule Text:
  H.Res. 1766
H.Rept. 111-682
 

 


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