Markup: H. Res. 148, H. Res. 551, H.R. 3924, and H.R. 4403
H. Res. 148, Calling on the government of Iran to fulfill their promises of assistance in this case of Robert Levinson, the longest held United States hostage in our Nation's history.
An Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute was offered by Ms. Ros-Lehtinen and Mr. Deutch and agreed to by voice vote.
H. Res. 551, Recognizing the importance of the United States-Israel economic relationship and encouraging new areas of cooperation
H.R. 3924, To establish in the United States Agency for International Development an entity to be known as the United States Global Development Lab, and for other purposes.
An Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute was offered by Mr. Castro and agreed to by voice vote.
H.R. 4403, To authorize the development of open-source software based on certain systems of the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of State to facilitate the vetting of travelers against terrorist watchlists and law enforcement databases, enhance border management, and improve targeting and analysis, and for other purposes.
[A Summary of Committee Action]