As far as I can tell nothing has happened in the House by the end of business yesterday (13th). Harry Reid did file the bill (S.1549)on the 13th without co-sponsors. The bill is awaiting first reading in the Senate. I thought appropriations bills had to originate in the House, but oh well.
Here's the current status on S.1549.
Looks like the Rats are in no big hurry at all to move this poison turkey through the process. I guess they hope if they stall long enough they can quietly bury it. Clearly the Rats know what NY-9 means, namely they're toast. They've already consumed way too much of Dr. Zero's magic Kool-Aid and have no stomach for more. Sure took the dumb asses long enough to figure out the main ingredient in Dr. Zero's magic Kool-Aid: Democrat Doom.
Thank you .
It’s in the Senate.
I was looking in the House.
Is there a house bill that's been introduced?
The Gohmert one is different.
"According to the United States Constitution (Article I, Section 7, clause 1), all bills relating to revenue, generally tax bills, must originate in the House of Representatives, consistent with the Westminster system requiring all money bills to originate in the lower house which is why the appropriations bills that are enacted begin with "H.R.", indicating a bill that originated in the House. The Constitution also states that the "Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills," so in practice, the Senate and House each drafts and considers its own bill. The Senate then "cuts-and-pastes", substituting the language of its bill of a particular appropriations bill for the language of House bill, then agrees to the bill as amended."