US SB422 | 2021-2022 | 117th Congress


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Democrat 1-0)
Status: Passed on April 23 2021 - 100% progression
Action: 2021-04-23 - Became Public Law No: 117-10. (TXT | PDF)
Text: Latest bill text (Enrolled) [PDF]


Authorizes Senators and Senate committees, leadership offices, and other offices to share employees, and it establishes certain rules to govern this procedure. These rules include (1) requiring the office that authorizes any travel for official business to pay for the cost of the travel, and (2) setting the basic rate of pay for an individual serving in more than one of certain qualifying positions to be the total basic pay received by the individual from all such positions.

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Senate Shared Employee Act



2021-04-23SenateBecame Public Law No: 117-10. (TXT | PDF)
2021-04-23SenateSigned by President.
2021-04-22SenatePresented to President.
2021-04-16HouseMotion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
2021-04-16HouseOn passage Passed without objection. (text: CR H1873-1874)
2021-04-16HouseMs. Scanlon asked unanimous consent to take from the Speaker's table and consider.
2021-04-16HouseConsidered by unanimous consent. (consideration: CR H1873-1874)
2021-03-01HouseHeld at the desk.
2021-03-01HouseReceived in the House.
2021-03-01SenateMessage on Senate action sent to the House.
2021-02-24SenateIntroduced in the Senate, read twice, considered, read the third time, and passed without amendment by Unanimous Consent. (consideration: CR S868-869; text: CR S868-869)


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