Bills that became law 2013

Pending the president’s signature

H.J. 59 — Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013. The Ryan-Murray budget bill.  Passed the House on Dec. 12 by a vote of 332-04. Reps. Terry and Fortenberry voted for the budget; Rep. Adrian Smith voted against it. (Roll call vote 640.) Passed in the Senate on Dec. 18 on a vote of 64-36. Both Sens. Johanns and Fischer voted against it.

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Signed into law

S. 1614 — The Accuracy for Adoptees Act, which allows federal authorizes to amend names and birth dates of children adopted overseas in the event that the documentation provided by the child’s birth country misstated the child’s name or date of birth. Passed by the Senate on Dec. 20 by unanimous consent and passed the House on a voice vote Dec. 23, 2013. Signed into law by President Obama on Jan. 16, 2014.

H.R. 3487 –An act to extend the Federal Election Campaign Act through 2018, to continue the Federal Election Commission’s power to levy fines for violations of campaign contribution and disclosure laws. Passed the House on a voice vote Nov. 18, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Dec. 20 and signed into law Dec. 26, 2013.

H.R. 623 — The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Land Transfer Act. Signed into law Dec. 26, 2013. Transfers federal property in Anchorage to the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. Passed the House on a voice vote on Oct. 29 and the Senate by unanimous consent on Dec. 20.

H.R. 767 —Amends the Energy Policy Act of 2005 to relocate a pair of pilot project offices in Wyoming and Montana to other cities within those states. It passed the House on a vote of 415-1 on May 15, and passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Dec. 20. It was signed into law Dec. 26, 2013. Nebraska Reps. Lee Terry, Jeff Fortenberry and Adrian Smith voted for it.

H.R. 2319 — The Native American Veterans’ Memorial Amendment Act of 2013. Authorizes the construction of a memorial to native American veterans and makes the museum and the Congress of American Indians responsible for collecting money and establishing the memorial. Passed the House 390-0, with the support of Reps. Terry, Smith and Fortenberry, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Dec. 20, and signed into law Dec. 26, 2013.

H.R. 3304 — The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014. Passed the House by a voice vote on Oct. 28, amended and passed in the Senate by unanimous consent on Nov. 19, differences in the two versions were worked out, and the Senate passed it again on Dec. 19 on  a vote of 84-15. Sens. Fischer and Johanns voted for it, and it was signed into law Dec. 26, 2013.

H.R. 3343 — Amends the District of Columbia Home Rule Act to clarify the rules for setting the salary of the districts’ chief financial officer.  Passed the House on a voice vote on Nov. 18, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Dec. 20, and signed into law Dec. 26, 2013.

H.R. 3588 — The Community Fire Safety Act of 2013. Amends the Safe Drinking Water Act to exempt fire hydrants from requirements involving lead pipes, solder and flux. Passed the House Dec 12 on a vote of 384, with all three Nebraska congressmen supporting it. Passed the Senate on Dec. 17 by unanimous consent, and was signed into law Dec. 20, 2013.

H.R. 185 — Designating the federal courthouse in Sherman, Texas, as the Paul Brown United States Courthouse. Passed the House on Oct. 22 on a vote of 402-1 and passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Dec. 17. Signed into law Dec. 20, 2013. Nebraska Reps. Fortenberry, Smith and Terry voted for H.R. 185.

H.R. 1402 — VA Expiring Authorities Extension Act of 2013. Appropriates $2 million to help veterans in training for the Paralympics, an athletic competition for people with disabilities, and gives another $8 million in grants to U.S. Paralympics Inc. H.R. 1402 passed the House on a vote of 353-0, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Dec. 18, and was signed into law Dec. 20, 2013. All three of Nebraska’s congressmen voted for H.R. 1402.

H.R. 2251 — Designates the federal courthouse in Fergus Falls, Minn., as the Edward J. Devitt United States Courthouse. Passed the House on a vote of 495-4 on Sept. 28, with the support of Reps. Terry, Smith and Fortenberry. Passed the Senate by unanimous consent Dec. 17, and was signed into law Dec. 20, 2013.

H.R. 3458 — Fallen Firefighters Assistance Tax Clarification Act of 2013. Gives special tax status to payments made by a nonprofit organization to a group of firefighters injured Dec. 24, 2012, in Webster, N.Y. The firefighters were injured in an ambush while responding to an emergency. There were no record votes in either the House or the Senate on H.R. 3458. It passed the House on Dec. 12 and the Senate on Dec. 13, 2013.

H.R. 2922 — An act to extend the authority of the Supreme Court Police to protect court officials away form the Supreme Court grounds. It passed the House on Nov. 11 on a vote of 299-3 (Reps. Fortenberry, Terry and Smith all voted for it) and passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Dec. 10. House roll call vote 572

H.R. 2871 — An act to amend Title 28 of the U.S. Code to modify the composition of the southern judicial district of Mississippi. Expands the court to five locations in Jackson, Gulfport, Hattiesburg and Natchez.  Passed the House by a vote of 401-0 (roll call vote 571) with the support of Reps.  Terry, Smith and Fortenberry. Passed the House by unanimous consent Dec. 10.

S. 1471, the Alicia Dawn Koehl Respect for National Cemeteries Act. Would prohibit veterans who commit capital offenses but cannot be convicted of their crime from burial in National Cemeteries. Named for one of several people murdered by an Indianapolis man who escaped punishment by committing suicide. The killer was buried in a national cemetery with full military honors. This law would have prohibited his burial with military honors, and it requires that his remains be removed from the cemetery. Passed the Senate by unanimous consent Nov. 18, passed the House on a vote of 398-1 on Dec. 11. Reps. Fortenberry, Terry and Smith voted for it. Roll call vote 634.

H.R. 3626, an act to extend the Undetectable Firearms Act of 1988 for 10 years. Signed into law by the president on Dec. 9. Passed the House on Dec, 2 on a voice vote, passed he Senate on Dec. 19 by unanimous consent.  It extends the ban on the manufacture or possession of guns not detectable by x-ray machines of the type usually found in airports. It is meant two thwart the use of all-plastic guns.

S. 1545, PEPFAR Stewardship and Oversight Act of 2013, which extends a federal program to combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in abroad. It passed the House by unanimous consent on Nov. 18, and passed by the Senate Nov. 19 on a voice vote. It was signed into law Dec. 2.

H.R. 3204, the Drug Quality and Security Act. Signed into law Nov. 27. Tightens regulations on outsourced facilities that compound prescription drugs. Passed the House Nov. 28 on a voice vote, and passed the Senate on a voice vote on Nov. 18.

H.R. 1848, Small Airplane Revitalization Act of 2013. Passed by the House on July 16 on a vote of 411-0, with the support of Nebraska Reps. Fortenberry, Terry and Smith.  Senate approved an amended version by unanimous consent on Oct. 4. The amended version passed the House without objection on Nov. 14. It was signed into law Nov. 27.

S. 252, the PREEMIE Reauthorization Act. It passed the Senate on a voice vote on Sept. 25, was amended and adopted in the House by a voice vote on Nov. 12. The amended version was approved by the Senate on another voice vote, and it was signed into law by the president Nov. 27. PREEMIE stands for Prematurity Research Expansion and Education for Mothers who deliver Infants Early.

S. 893, the Veterans’ Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 2013. Passed the Senate Oct. 28 by unanimous consent. Passed the House Nov. 12 on a voice vote. Signed by President Obama on Nov. 21, 2013.

S. 330, the HIV Organ Policy Equity Act. Passed the Senate June 17 by unanimous consent and the House on Nov. 12 on a voice vote. Signed by the president Nov. 21, 2013.

H.R. 2747, the Streamlining Claims Processing for Federal Contractor Employees Act. Passed the House on Sept. 10 396-10 and passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Nov. 5. Nebraska Reps. Terry, Smith and Fortenberry all voted for H.R. 2747. Roll call vote 451. Signed by the president Nov. 21, 2013.

H.R. 3302, an act to rename the veterans affairs medical center in Bay Pines, Fla., the C.W. Bill Young Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Bill Young had served as House member from Florida since 1971. He died in office Oct. 18, 2013. Passed the House Oct. 22 by a voice vote and passed the Senate Oct. 31 by unanimous consent. Signed by President Obama Nov. 13, 2013.

H.R. 2094, the School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act, signed into law Nov. 13. It passed the House on a voice vote July 3, and passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Oct. 31. It becomes public law 113-48.

H.R. 3190, the U.S. Parole Commission Extension Act of 2013, signed into law Oct. 31, 2013. It passed the House Oct. 14 without objection, and passed the Senate on Oct. 30 by unanimous consent. It becomes Public Law 113-47.

H.R. 2775, the Continuing Appropriations Act of 2014, which reopens the government through Jan. 15 and increases the debt ceiling through Feb. 7.  It passed the Senate 81-18, passed the House 285-144 and was signed by the President, all on Oct. 17, 2013. The entire Nebraska delegation, Sens. Fischer and Johanns, and Reps. Terry, Smith and Fortenberry, voted for the measure.

H.R. 3095, which subjects any new or revised government regulation involving commercial truck drivers who are being treated for sleep disorders to undergo a rule-making procedure. Passed the House 405-0 (RCV 486) on Sept.26. Passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Oct. 4.

H.J. Res 91, the Department of Defense Survivors Benefit Continuing Appropriations Resolution of 2013. Continued payment during the government shutdown of military survivor’s benefits and the $100,000 death gratuity paid to family members of deceased members of the armed forces. Those payments were suspended when the government fiscal year ended Sept. 30. Passed by the House on Oct. 9, 425-0, passed the Senate Oct 10 by unanimous consent and signed by the president the same day. Nebraska Reps. Lee Terry, Jeff Fortenberry and Adrian Smith voted for it (RCV No. 538).

S. 1348, the Congressional Award Program Reauthorization Act of 2013. Passed the Senate Sept. 26 by unanimous consent, passed the House on Sept. 30 (RCV 503) by a margin of 387-35, and signed by the president on Oct. 4. All of Nebraska’s House members voted for the measure.

H.R. 3233, which extends the deadline for certain Iraqis who are employed by the U.S. government to apply for special immigrant status. It also temporarily increases by $1 the fee for processing machine-readable visas. It passed the House on Oct. 2, passed the Senate on Oct.3 and was signed into law on Oct. 4.  It passed both the House and Senate without a recorded vote.

H.R. 527, the Helium Stewardship Act of 2013, which directs the Secretary of the Interior to sell the nation’s helium reserves and gives instructions on how the helium is to be sold. The House approved the bill 394-1 (RCV 128) on April 26. The Senate amended and passed the House bill 97-2  (roll call vote 203); the House amended and passed the Senate version on Sept. 25; and, finally, the Senate approved the House’s amended version by unanimous consent on Sept. 26. It was signed into law by President Obama on Oct. 2.

S. 793, the Organization of American States Revitalization and Reform Act of 2013. Passed the Senate July 8 by unanimous consent; amended and passed in the House 383-23 on Sept. 17; the Senate agreed to the House amendment and passed the bill by unanimous consent on Sept. 25. Signed by the president Oct. 2

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On the eve of the new fiscal year, Sept. 30, President Obama passed a trio of bills noncontroversial bills into law.

  • H.R. 3210, Pay Our Military Act. With only hours left before the government shutdown, President Obama signed this legislation to keep paychecks flowing for members of the armed services. H.R. 3210 passed the House Sept. 29 on a vote of 423-0 (including the aye votes of Reps. Terry, Smith and Fortenberry). It passed the Senate Sept. 30 by unanimous consent, and was signed later that day by the president.
  • H.R. 1412, the Department of Veterans Affairs Expiring Authorities Act of 2013, which was signed by the President Obama on Sept. 30. This law extends by four years on-the-job training programs for veterans and reduced pensions for veterans in nursing facilities. The measure passed the House 416-0 on May 21, was amended and passed in the Senate by unanimous consent on Sept. 23. The amended version in the House 416-0 on Sept. 27.
  • H.R. 3092, the Missing Children’s Assistance Reauthorization Act of 2013. Extends funding and other assistance to law enforcement agencies and others dealing with missing children for another five years. H.R. 3092 passed the House 407-2 on Sept. 17 and passed the Senate by unanimous consent on Sept. 25.

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S. 256, an act to Amend Public Law 93-435 to give the Northern Mariana Islands parity with Guam, the Virgin Islands and American Samoa. S. 256 extends the boundaries of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands out three miles from the shoreline. Passed the Senate and House without a recorded vote, and was signed into law on Sept. 18.

S. 459 to change the boundaries of the Minuteman former nuclear missile site to  include the Buffalo Gap National Grasslands. The nuclear missile site in South Dakota was added to the National Park System in 1999. The Minuteman Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) program was developed during the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, and served a crucial role during the Cold War. S. 459 passed the Senate and House without a recorded vote, and was signed by the president Sept. 18

S. 304, the Natchez Trace Parkway Land Conveyance Act of 2013. It returns to the state of Mississippi ownership of 67 acres of land in Natchez, Mississippi. The Natchez Trace, originally a path used by buffalo and other animals, runs 444 miles from Nashville, Tenn., to Natchez, Mississippi. It was also used by Native Americans when they were forced to move south, and figures in other historic American events. It passed the House and Senate without a record vote, and was signed into law Sept. 18.

S. 157, the Denali National Park Improvement Act, which provides for the renaming of a ranger station in the Alaska park, and for both a small hydroelectric plant and natural gas pipeline within non-wilderness areas of Denali. It passed the House and Senate without a recorded voted, and was signed into law Sept. 18.

S. 130, the Powell Shooting Range Land Conveyance Act, which transfers 322 acres from the federal Bureau of Land Management to Powell, Wyoming, for use as a shooting range. S. 130 passed the Senate and House without a recorded vote, and was signed into law Sept. 18.

H.R. 198,  the Bipartisan Student Loan Certainty Act of 2013. It set interest rate ceilings on federal student loans. The House passed the bill May 23, 221-198; HR 1911 was amended and passed by the Senate 81-18; and the final version was passed by the House on May 23, 221-198. It was passed at all stages with the support of Sens. Johanns and Fischer and Reps. Fortenberry, Terry and Smith.

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The following bills were passed in the House by overwhelming majorities and with the support of all three of Nebraska’s House members, Reps. Smith, Fortenberry and Terry. All passed the Senate by unanimous consent (without a vote) on Aug. 1, and were signed into law by President Obama on August 9.

  • An act to designate the Washington, D.C., headquarters building of the Coast Guard, the Douglas A.  Munro Coast Guard Headquarters Building. H.R. 2611 was passed in the House 411-0 on July 16.
  • The Reverse Mortgage Stabilization Act of 2013. H.R. 2167, which allows the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to carry out rules for reverse mortgages that will strengthen the financial health of FHA. Nearly all, if not all, reverse mortgages are underwritten by FHA. Passed the House on a voice vote.
  • H.R. 1092, a bill to name the air traffic control center in Nashua, N.H., as the Patricia Clark Boston Air Route Traffic Control Center. It passed the House on June 25 on a vote of 392-3.
  • H.R. 2576, a bill to amend title 49, U.S. Code, to modify requirements relating to the availability of pipeline safety regulatory documents, and for other purpose. Passed the House 405-2 on July 16.
    H.R. 1171, the For Vets Act. Passed the House 387-1 on July 8.
  • H.R. 267, the Hydropower Regulatory Efficiency Act of 2013. Passed the House. 422-0, on Feb. 13.
  • H.R. 678, the Bureau of Reclamation Small Conduit Hydropower Development and Rural Jobs Act. Passed the House 416-7 on Feb. 13.

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 H.R. 2289,to rename Sect. 219(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as the Kay Bailey Hutchison Spousal IRA. That section of the code deals with individual retirement accounts of married couples. Passed by the House on June 25 on a voice vote, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on July 11, and signed into law by the president on July 25.

H.R. 588, the Vietnam Veterans Donor Acknowledgement Act of 2013. Extends the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund’s window to establish a visitors center at the memorial until Nov. 17, 2018, and grants permission for a display in the center acknowledging donor contributions. Passed the House on May 6 on a vote of 398-2. (Roll call vote 129.) Reps. Fortenberry, Terry and Smith voted for it. it passed the Senate on July 10 by unanimous consent. Signed into law July 18.

H.R. 1151, directing the Secretary of State to help obtain observer status for Taiwan at the triennial International Civil Aviation Organization Assembly.  It passed by the House on June 18 by a vote of 424-0, with the support of Reps. Smith, Fortenberry and Terry (roll call vote 250.) It passed the Senate on June 17 by unanimous consent, and was signed into law by the president on July 12.

H.R. 324, an act to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the First Special Service Force for superior service during World War II. Directs the striking of one gold medal and for the Secretary of the Treasury to make and sell bronze duplicates. Passed the House on May 21 on  a vote of 415-0, with the support of Reps. Terry, Smith and Fortenberry, roll call vote 165. It passed the Senate on June 27 by unanimous consent, and signed into law by the president on July 12.

H.R. 2383, an act to name the I-70 bridge connecting St. Louis, Mo., with southwestern Illinois the “Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge.” Passed the House 395-2 on June 25, with the support of Reps. Smith, Terry and Fortenberry. (Roll call vote 287) Passed the Senate by unanimous consent on June 27, and signed into law by President Obama July 12. Musial was a legendary outfielder and first-baseman who played 22 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals. Known as “Stan the Man,” he was one of the greatest hitters in baseball. Musial, a Hall of Famer who last played in 1963,  died in January 2013. The bridge crosses the Mississippi River.

H.R. 475, to amend the IRS Code of 1986 to make seasonal flu vaccines taxable. It passed the House on a voice vote June 18, passed the Senate on a voice vote June 19, and signed into law by the president on June 25.

S. 622, the Animal Drug and Animal Generic Drug User Fee Reauthorization Act of 2013. Passed the Senate by unanimous consent on May 8, passed the House on a vote of 390-12, with the support of Nebraska Reps. Smith, Fortenberry and Terry. (Roll call vote 185.) Signed into law by the president June 13.

S. 982, the Freedom to Fish Act, which passed the Senate May 16 by unanimous consent, passed the House on a voice vote on May 21, and was signed into law by the President on June 3. The Freedom to Fish Acts limits Army Corps. of Engineers construction in the Cumberland River Basin, as well as the corps’ ability to restrict fishing there.

H.R. 258, the Stolen Valor of Act 2013, passed by the House 390-3 on May 20, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on May 22, signed by President Obama on June 3. The Stolen Valor Act makes a federal crime of faking military heroism for material gain. Falsely claiming to have one of the law’s many specified military awards is subject to a fine, jail or both. Among the awards specified are the Purple Heart, Silver Star, Navy or Air Force cross, distinguished-service cross and the Congressional Medal of Honor. In the House, Reps. Terry, Fortenberry and Smith voted for H.R. 258.

H.R. 1246, the District of Columbia Chief Financial Officer Vacancy Act. Allows the deputy chief financial officer of the District of Columbia to serve as acting chief financial officer for up to 210 days in the event of a vacancy. Passed the House on a voice vote on April 15, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on April 18, and was signed into law May 1.

H.R. 1765, the Reducing Flight Delays Act of 2013.  Allowed the secretary of Transportation to use airport improvement money and other discretionary funds to continue vital Federal Aviation Administration functions, including air traffic control, if the sequester or other congressionally approved budget actions would have otherwise shut down those vital functions. Passed the House 361-41 on April 26, with the support of Reps. Smith, Terry and Fortenberry. (Roll call vote 125.) Passed the Senate by unanimous consent on April 30, and was signed into law on May 1.

H.R. 1701, the National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act. It specifies the dimensions of Hall of Fame commemorative coins. Passed the House on a voice vote on April 24, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on May 5, and signed into law by President Obama on May 17.

H.R. 360, a bill to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the four little black girls who died in 1963 when the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church was bombed. The deaths of Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley were a catalyst for the civil rights movement in America. The bill passed the House on April 24 on a vote of 420-0, passed the Senate by unanimous consent on May 9, and was signed into law by the president on May 24. Nebraska Reps. Lee Terry and Jeff Fortenberry voted for the bill; Adrian Smith did not vote.

S. 716, a bill to modify the STOCK Act regarding online access to certain financial disclosure statements. Would remove congressional staff and all but top executive branch employees from requirements of public financial disclosure. The original STOCK act was designed to keep federal officeholders and staff from using information learned on the job for personal financial gain. Passed the Senate by unanimous consent on April 11, passed the House without objection on April 12, and signed into law by the President on April 15.

H.R. 933, the Department of Defense, Military Construction and Veterans Affairs, and Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act of 2013. Signed into law by President Obama on March 26, H.R. 933 continued funding for the federal government through the end of the federal fiscal year, Oct. 30. The government would have otherwise shut down on the next day, March 27, due to a lack of money. It passed the House on March 6 on a vote of 267-151, amended and passed 73-26 in the Senate March 7. The amended version was passed by the House March 21 by a margin of 318-109. The entire Nebraska delegation voted for the measure in the House. Sen. Johanns also voted for it, but Sen. Fischer voted no.

S. 47, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013. Passed the Senate 78-22 on Feb. 12, 2013. Nebraska’s senior senator, Mike Johanns voted against reauthorization, but Neb. Sen. Deb Fischer voted for it. In the House, it passed Feb. 28,on a vote of 286-138, with the support of Rep. Lee Terry but without the support of Reps. Jeff Fortenberry and Adrian Smith. It was signed into law by the president March 7.

H.R. 307, the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Reauthorization Act of 2013. It was signed into law by the president March 13. Passed by the House 395-29 on January 22; amended by a Senate committee and passed by the Senate by unanimous consent; the amended version was passed by the House on March 4. Nebraska Reps. Fortenberry, Smith and Terry supported it both times it received a vote in the House.

H.R. 325, the No Budget, No Pay Act of 2013, which raised the debt ceiling through May 18. Passed the House on Jan. 28 by a vote of 285-144 (all of Nebraska’s congressmen voted yes); passed the Senate on Jan. 31 by a vote of 63-34. Both Sens. Fischer and Johanns voted no. H.R. 325, which was signed into law by the president Feb. 4, took a novel approach to the federal funding process. If either the House or the Senate failed to pass a federal budget by April 15, members of the offending body would quit receiving their paychecks.

H.R. 152, Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of 2013. This bill sent more money to various federal agencies to provide disaster relief and recovery assistance to victims of Hurricane Sandy. It also increase funding for military hospitals, cemeteries and veterans programs, and the USDA emergency food aid program. It passed the House on Jan. 15 by a vote of 241-180, passed the Senate on January 28, and was signed into law by President Obama on Jan. 29. The entire Nebraska delegation, Reps. Terry, Smith and Fortenberry, and Sens. Fischer and Johanns all voted against the bill.

S. 3662, to designate a post office building in Westminster, Mass., the Lt. Ryan Patrick Jones Post Office. Passed the Senate by unanimous consent Dec. 19, 2012, passed the House on a voice vote on Jan. 1, 2013, and signed into law by President Obama on Jan. 14.

S. 3630, to designate a post office building in Waterford, Wis., the Capt. Rhett W. Schiller Post Office. Passed the Senate by unanimous consent Dec. 19, 2012, passed the House by a voice vote January 1, 2013, and signed into law by President Obama on Jan. 14.

H.R. 41, Hurricane Sandy Relief Act of 2013. Increases by nearly $10 billion FEMA’s borrowing authority for the National Flood Insurance Program. Passed the House on Jan. 4 by a vote 354-67, with the support of Nebraska’s three congressmen. Passed the Senate Jan. 4 by unanimous consent. Signed into law by the president the same day.

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