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H.R. 4939 — Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for FY2007

Summary:
MYSTERY BILL OF THE WEEK (for the second week). As of Tuesday morning, June 2, 2006, the conferees have not met so there is no conference report to file or make available online. But conferees are scheduled to meet Tuesday evening, June 2 and GOP leaders plan for Congress to pass this bill this week, according to CongressDailyAM for June 6, 2006. It is not possible for the conference report to be available online for 72 hours by the end of the week, so Congress should oppose passage of this mystery bill.

H.R. 5254 — Refinery Permit Process Schedule Act

Summary:
NO PROCEDURAL OBJECTION. This bill has been available online for weeks and does not violate the 72 Online rule as it did when first considered and defeated in mid-May.

H.R. 5252 – Communications Opportunity Act

Summary:
NO PROCEDURAL OBJECTION. This bill and its committee report, scheduled for consideration during the week of June 6-9, have been available online for more than two weeks.

H.R. 5432 – MINER Act

Summary:
NO PROCEDURAL OBJECTION. This bill, scheduled for consideration during the week of June 6-9, has been available in its Senate form for over two weeks.

H.R. 5522 — Foreign Operations Appropriations for FY2007

Summary:
MYSTERY BILL. The bill and report became available online on Mon., June 5 after 9:10 pm. Therefore, it is a mystery bill if it is considered before Thur., June 8 at 9:10 pm.

H.R. 5521 – Legislative Branch Appropriations for FY2007

Summary:
NO PROCEDURAL OBJECTION. The bill is scheduled for debate and a vote on Wed., June 7. If so, it will have been available online for 72 hours, so Readthebill.org would have no procedural objection to this bill.

H.R. 5441 — Homeland Security Appropriations for FY2007

Summary:
MYSTERY BILL. This was a mystery bill when its consideration began May 25. The House did not finish that week and it is scheduled for passage the week of June 6-9. ReadtheBill.org still considers this a mystery bill because its consideration began before it had been available online for 72 hours.

H.R. 5429 — The American-Made Energy and Good Jobs Act

Summary:
MYSTERY BILL. ReadtheBill.org assumes H.R. 5429 became available online on Tues., May 23 at 5 p.m., and the House began consideration on Thu., May 25. This bill violated the 72 Online rule.

H.R. 5384 — Agriculture Appropriations for FY2007

Summary:
NO OBJECTION. ReadtheBill.org has no procedural objection to this $76 billion bill, which has 243 pages but has been available online for days. This bill passed the house on Tuesday, May 23.

H.R. 5427 – Energy and Water Appropriations for FY2007

Summary:
MYSTERY BILL. The 226 pages in the bill and committee report became available online over the weekend, so 72 hours will not have elapsed until late Wedneday night. If this $30 billion bill is brought up for consideration before Thur, May 25, the bill should be rejected. The House began consideration of this bill on Wed., May 24.

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