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The Senate proceeded to an Executive Session.

The following nominations were considered, en bloc. Cal. #574 (Brigadier Generals, U.S. Marine Corps). Cal. #575 (Brig. Gen. Linda Singh to be Major General, Army National Guard). Cal. #576 (Capt. Jon Kreitz to be Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy Reserve). Cal. #577 (Major Gen. Maryanne Miller to be Lt. General in the Air Force Reserve). Cal. #578 (Maj. Gen. Kenneth Wilsbach to be Lt. General in the U.S. Air Force). Cal. #579 (Lt. Gen. Charles Brown, Jr. to be Lt. General, U.S. Air Force). Cal. #580 (Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams to be Lt. General, U.S. Army). Cal. #581 (Maj. Gen. Michael Lundy to be Lt. General, U.S. Army). Cal. #582 (Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan to be Lt. General, U.S. Army). Cal. #583 (Col. Cindy Jebb to be Brig. General, Air National Guard). Cal. #584 (Col. Sidney Martin to be Brig. General, Air National Guard). Cal. #585 (Vice Admiral William Moran to be Admiral, U.S. Navy). Cal. #586 (Rear Admiral Robert Burke to be Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy). Cal. #587 (Rea Admiral Thomas Moore to be Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy). Cal. #588 (Vice Admiral Jan Tighe to be Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy). Cal. #589 (Brig. Generals to be Major Generals, U.S. Army). Cal. #590 (Admiral Michelle Howard to be Admiral, U.S. Navy). All nominations on the Secretary’s desk.

The nominations were confirmed, en bloc, by Unanimous Consent.

The Senate resumed a Legislative Session

The following bills were considered, en bloc: S. 486 (Postal Service designation). S. 487 (Postal Service designation). S. 488 (Postal Service designation). S. 489 (Postal Service designation). S. 490 (Postal Service designation). S. 491 (Postal Service designation). S. 492 (Postal Service designation). S. 493 (Postal Service designation). S. 494 (Postal Service designation). S. 495 (Postal Service designation). S. 496 (Postal Service designation). S. 497 (Postal Service designation). S. 498 (Postal Service designation).

The bills were agreed to, en bloc, by Unanimous Consent. H.R. 433 (Postal Service designation).  Agreed to by Unanimous Consent. S. 1402 (Patents for Humanity Program Improvement Act). Agreed to by Unanimous Consent. S. Res. 466 (National Foster Care Month). Agreed to by Unanimous Consent. S. Res. 480 (Mental Health Month). Agreed to by Unanimous Consent. S. Res. 481 (Asian Pacific American Heritage Month). Agreed to by Unanimous Consent. S. 3011 (To improve the accountability, efficiency, transparency, and overall effectiveness of the Federal Government).

The bill was read for a first time. Further readings were objected to, and the bill will be read for a second time on the next legislative day.

The Senate next will convene for pro forma only sessions on the following dates and times: Friday, May 27th at 12:30 PM Tuesday, May 31st 8:30 AM Friday, June 3rd 1:00 PM

The Senate will then convene at 2:00 PM on Monday, June 6th and will proceed to a period of Morning Business until 4:00 PM.  The Senate will then proceed to a Legislative Session, and the motion to proceed to S. 2943 (National Defense Authorization Act) will be agreed to. Senator Fischer will be recognized to offer her amendment #4206 (health care providers within the Armed Forces), with the time until 5:30 PM equally divided. At 5:30 PM, the Senate will vote on the Fischer amendment #4206.

The Senate adjourned at 6:31 PM.

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SENATE FLOOR PROCEEDINGS

THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016

The Senate will convene at 9:30 AM. Following Leader remarks, the Senate resume consideration of the motion to proceed to S. 2943 (National Defense Authorization Act), post-cloture. Unless an agreement is reached, all post-cloture time expires at approximately 6:00 PM tonight.

The Senate convened and proceeded with Leader remarks.

Motion to Proceed to S. 2943 (National Defense Authorization Act).

By unanimous consent, on Monday, June 6, 2016, following morning business, the motion to proceed to S. 2943 (National Defense Authorization Act) will be agreed to. Senator Fischer will be recognized to offer her amendment #4206 (health care providers within the Armed Forces), with the time until 5:30 PM equally divided. At 5:30 PM, the Senate will vote on the Fischer amendment #4206.

Inhofe asked unanimous consent that at a time to be determined by the Republican Leader in consultation with the Democratic Leader, the Chair lay before the Senate the message to accompany H.R. 2576 (TSCA Modernization Act), that the Republican Leader be recognized to make a motion to concur in the House amendment to the Senate amendment and that there be up to three hours of debate equally divided prior to a roll call vote on the motion to concur. Paul objected.

The Senate proceeded to an Executive Session.

Cal. #462, Laura Holgate to be Representative of the United States to the Vienna Office of the United Nations.  The nomination was confirmed by Voice Vote.

Cal. #463, Laura Holgate to be Representative of the United States to the International Atomic Energy Agency.  Yeas and nays ordered.  The nomination was confirmed by a vote of 67-29.

The Senate resumed a Legislative Session.

The Senate proceeded to a period of Morning Business.

S. Res. 462 (U.S. Soccer Federation Gender Pay Equality). The resolution was agreed to by Voice Vote.

The Senate proceeded to an Executive Session.

The following nominations were considered, en bloc.
Cal. #574 (Brigadier Generals, U.S. Marine Corps).
Cal. #575 (Brig. Gen. Linda Singh to be Major General, Army National Guard).
Cal. #576 (Capt. Jon Kreitz to be Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy Reserve).
Cal. #577 (Major Gen. Maryanne Miller to be Lt. General in the Air Force Reserve).
Cal. #578 (Maj. Gen. Kenneth Wilsbach to be Lt. General in the U.S. Air Force).
Cal. #579 (Lt. Gen. Charles Brown, Jr. to be Lt. General, U.S. Air Force).
Cal. #580 (Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams to be Lt. General, U.S. Army).
Cal. #581 (Maj. Gen. Michael Lundy to be Lt. General, U.S. Army).

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