Full Committee

May 18, 2016
H.R. 5003, "Improving Child Nutrition and Education Act of 2016"
Ordered favorably reported to the House, as amended, by a vote of 20 yeas and 14 nays.

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Motion
Offered By Description Action Taken Roll Call
#1 Mr. Rokita amendment in the nature of a substitute adopted by voice vote
#2 Mr. Scott amend the title to "Hunger Games Act of 2016" defeated by voice vote
#3 Mr. Scott provides for study on universal free meals defeated by voice vote
#4 Mr. Allen provides for study to examine alternative funding mechanisms to improve program effectiveness agreed to by voice
#5 Ms. Fudge strikes language that changes the CEP threshold to 60% defeated by 13 yeas and 22 nays No. 1
#6 Mr. Desaulnier requires USDA to set up a process to ensure state compliance with potable water requirements defeated by 13 yeas and 22 nays No. 2
#7 Mr. Scott provides funding for nationwide water testing in schools and child care settings defeated by 13 yeas and 22 nays No. 3
#8 Mr. Grothman raises threshold for CEP from 60% to 80% defeated by 8 yeas and 27 nays No. 4
#9 Mr. Scott strikes 3-year secretarial review and certification process defeated by 13 yeas and 22 nays No. 5
#10 Ms. Bonamici strikes a la carte exemption defeated by 13 yeas and 22 nays No. 6
#11 Mr. Scott strikes "cultural foods" exemption agreed to by voice vote
#12 Mr. Takano expands salad bar promotion and technical assistance language withdrawn
#13 Mr. Pocan requires food service worker training defeated by 16 yeas and 19 nays No. 7
#14 Mr. Takano strikes increased verification requirement defeated by 13 yeas and 22 nays No. 8
#15 Ms. Stefanik provides for health and safety oversight and monitoring agreed to by voice vote
#16 Mrs. Davis removes the twice annually family contact restriction placed on LEAs defeated by 16 yeas and 19 nays No. 9
#17 Mr. Polis preserves free or reduced price eligibility if language accessibility requirement is not met defeated by 13 yeas and 21 nays No. 10
#18 Mr. Polis adds groups to 3-year review agreed to by voice vote
#19 Mr. Brat provides for flexible funding for childhood nutrition programs withdrawn
#20 Mr. Scott strikes the 3 state pilot for a state block grant defeated by 14 yeas and 20 nays No. 11
#21 Mr. Courtney clarifies milk purchasing options agreed to by voice vote
#22 Mr. Scott creates a pilot program for higher education program withdrawn
#23 Mr. Scott prohibits problematic stigma in the cafeteria withdrawn
#24 Ms. Clark expands WIC investment defeated by 13 yeas and 21 nays No. 12
#25 Ms. Bonamici expands CACFP to third meals defeated by 15 yeas and 19 nays No. 13
#26 Mr. Scott expands the summer programs to a third meal defeated by 15 yeas and 19 nays No. 14
#27 Mr. Grothman block grants the school meal and snack programs defeated by 9 yeas and 25 nays No. 15
#28 Mrs. Davis/Mrs. Bonamici amends summer EBT program requirement defeated by 13 yeas and 21 nays No. 16
#29 Mrs. Davis amends summer EBT language allowing the use of SNAP or WIC agreed to by voice vote
#30 Ms. Adams changes the area eligibility to 40% for summer programs defeated by 13 yeas and 21 nays No. 17
#31 Mr. Scott strikes limitation on secretarial authority defeated by 13 yeas and 21 nays No. 18
#32 Ms. Fudge prohibits bill from taking effect if certain conditions are not met defeated by 13 yeas and 21 nays No. 19
motion Mr. Wilson report bill, as amended adopted by 20 yeas and 14 nays No. 20