Note: The agenda of the House of Representatives is subject to change by the presiding officer.
About the House of Representatives
The United States is a large, fractured, diverse and yet still unified nation, and few government bodies reflect the paradox that is this country better than the House of Representatives.
Republicans currently hold 232 seats, Democrats hold 200 seats and 3 seats are vacant.
Note: The items for consideration listed here are those published in the Daily Digest of the Congressional Record. Other items may be considered at the discretion of the chair.
House Agenda - March 11, 2014: Consideration of the following measures under suspension of the rules: (1) H.R. 311--The Farmers Undertake Environmental Land Stewardship (FUELS) Act; (2) H.R. 1814--Equitable Access to Care and Health (EACH) Act; (3) H.R. 3474--Hire More Heroes Act; (4) H.R. 3979--Protecting Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Responders Act of 2014, as amended; (5) H.R. 4160--Keep the Promise to Seniors Act of 2014; (6) H.R. 3675--Federal Communications Commission Process Reform Act, as amended; (7) H. Res. 499--Condemning the violation of Ukrainian sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity by military forces of the Russian Federation, as amended; and (8) H. Res. 506--Honoring the life and legacy of Vaclav Havel by directing the House of Representatives Fine Arts Board to provide for the display of a bust of Viaclav Havel in the United States Capitol.