Energy and Commerce Committee Republicans are leading on bipartisan solutions to strengthen our communications networks and improve health care services for seniors.
Today’s full committee markup included five bipartisan bills that include improving effective spectrum use, strengthening telecommunications security, and upgrading our emergency communications services.
The Energy and Commerce Committee has a rich history of bipartisanship on some of the most pressing issues before us as a nation, and today’s legislative markup is another example of the important strides that can be made when Congress comes together to address critical issues.
Legislative Voting Summary
- H.R. 3630, the Lymphedema Treatment Act, was favorably reported, as amended, to the House by a voice vote
- H.R. 7624, the Spectrum Innovation Act of 2022, was favorably reported, as amended, to the House by a vote of 52-0
- H.R. 4275, the Ensuring Phone and Internet Access Through Lifeline and Affordable Connectivity Program Act of 2022, was favorably reported, as amended, to the House by a vote of 48-0
- H.R. 4990, the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences Codification Act, was favorably reported, as amended, to the House by a vote of 51-0
- H.R. 7132, the Safe Connections Act of 2022, was favorably reported, as amended, to the House by a vote of 53-0
CLICK HERE to read Energy and Commerce Republican Leader Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ (R-WA) opening statement.
CLICK HERE to read Communications and Technology Subcommittee Republican Leader Bob Latta’s (R-OH) opening statement.