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  1. No objections to unanimous consent being heard, this bill shall pass this body with no objections. *bangs gavel*
  2. Magenta

    Senate Debate: PATRIA Act

    No objections to unanimous consent being heard, this bill shall pass this body with no objections. *bangs gavel*
  3. No objections to unanimous consent being heard, this bill shall pass this body with no objections. *bangs gavel*
  4. Shall the Senate agree to cloture on this bill?
  5. Magenta

    Senate Debate: Election Integrity Act

    A motion for cloture having been made and seconded, a vote shall be scheduled shortly.
  6. Shall the Senate agree to cloture on this bill?
  7. A motion for cloture having been made and seconded, a vote shall be scheduled shortly.
  8. *bangs gavel* Debate shall commence on the following bill until cloture is invoked or passage by unanimous consent is achieved.
  9. *bangs gavel* Debate shall commence on the following bill until cloture is invoked or passage by unanimous consent is achieved.
  10. *bangs gavel* Debate shall commence on the following bill until cloture is invoked or passage by unanimous consent is achieved.
  11. *bangs gavel* Debate shall commence on the following bill until cloture is invoked or passage by unanimous consent is achieved.
  12. *bangs gavel* Debate shall commence on the following bill until cloture is invoked or passage by unanimous consent is achieved.
  13. Magenta

    Third Docket Announcement

    Per Capitol Hill Rules which states: "The Presiding Officer (or his/her designee) should announce each docket of new bills to hit the Floor no less than 24 hours before being brought up for debate" the third Senate docket is hereby announced and is planned as follows: Armed Services Always Paid Act http://teddervision.com/forums/topic/4668-armed-services-always-paid-act/ Election Integrity Act http://teddervision.com/forums/topic/4780-election-integrity-act/ No U.S. Funding of Overseas Abortions Act http://teddervision.com/forums/topic/4892-no-us-funding-of-overseas-abortions-act/ Protecting Against Tyranny and Responsible Imports Act (PATRIA) of 2018 http://teddervision.com/forums/topic/4652-protecting-against-tyranny-and-responsible-imports-act-patria-of-2018/ Steel Industry Preservation Act http://teddervision.com/forums/topic/4882-steel-industry-preservation-act/
  14. Second Senate Docket Passes Smoothly to Aid America Republican Senator Alexander Bloomfield released a statement praising the recent passage of the second docket in the current session of the Senate. "I believe that the passage of all five bills by unanimous consent demonstrates the broad appeal and constructive agenda being advanced by a Republican-controlled Senate. All five of the bills in the most recent docket were passed without a single objection being voiced. No partisan acrimony or unnecessarily divisive rhetoric to sour the political mood. I think the American people, largely, can be pleased with the passage of these bills. I hope they have similar smooth sailing in the House and can head to the President's desk to be signed into law. The Marine Energy Act and Technologies for Energy Security Act demonstrate the Senate's commitment to a national energy policy based on diverse sources. The Marine Energy Act will increase government spending in tidal energy sources, to bring them to commercial fruition so that they are financially viable and sustainable without government subsidy. Similarly, the Technologies for Energy Security Act extends tax credits for green energy technologies such as fuel cells, small-scale wind energy, and geothermal energy. We passed Kate's Law to toughen the penalties related to criminal aliens who re-enter the country illegally after having previously been removed. The American people are tolerant and sympathetic to people whom were born to illegal parents and are in a dubious legal position. But they have no tolerance for those who flout our laws, get removed, and then illegally reenter the country. The Senate recognizes that and is responding to the will of the public. The First Amendment Defense Act protects people's freedom of conscience from being violated or their freedom of speech from being curtailed and suppressed by influence from the federal government. The American people believe in equal treatment before the law and they do not believe that the federal government should be manipulating people's beliefs by threatening punitive action or withholding federal funding because some individuals hold opinions disagreeing with Supreme Court rulings. The Senate respects that viewpoint, which is why this bill passed with no objections. Finally, and certainly no less importantly, the Rural Hospital Access was a bill that I personally ensured was placed on this docket. Many times, the needs and concerns of rural citizens are overlooked. They don't get much press or attention from the national media. I'd like to thank Senator King of West Virginia for introducing this bill and helping put a little bit of a spotlight on the concerns of our rural citizens and providing them with a bit more security for their health care needs. As Deputy PPT of the Senate, I will continue to ensure that similar attention is given to our underappreciated, overlooked, and undervalued rural citizens."
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    Bills Passed by the Senate

    Mr. Speaker: The Senate has passed the Marine Energy Act which now awaits action by the House.
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