Bills Sponsored by Doug LaMalfa (R-Calif.)

Rep. LaMalfa has sponsored 15 bills in the 118th Congress (2023-24). See other congresses: 117th | 116th | 115th | 114th | 113th

Introduced Date Title Cosponsors Cosponsor Party Latest Action
March 13, 2024 H.R.7666: To require the Secretary of Agriculture to develop a strategy to increase opportunities to utilize livestock grazing as a means of wildfire risk reduction. 2
Bipartisan
Referred to committee
Nov. 13, 2023 H.R.6368: Indian Buffalo Management Act 6
Bipartisan
In committee
Oct. 2, 2023 H.R.5865: Native American Burial Sites and Cultural Resources Protection Act 3
Bipartisan
In committee
July 27, 2023 H.R.4970: Protect Innocent Victims Of Taxation After Fire Act 21
Bipartisan
Referred to committee
July 24, 2023 H.R.4831: Fair Pay for Federal Firefighters Act 16
All Republicans
In committee
June 15, 2023 H.R.4173: Advancing Automation Research and Development in Agriculture Act 18
Bipartisan
In committee
June 13, 2023 H.R.4070: Disaster Mitigation and Tax Parity Act of 2023 31
Bipartisan
Referred to committee
May 15, 2023 H.R.3329: End Taxpayer Funding of Gender Experimentation Act of 2023 49
All Republicans
In committee
May 15, 2023 H.R.3328: Protecting Children From Experimentation Act of 2023 48
All Republicans
Referred to committee
March 22, 2023 H.RES.244: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that mandates imposed on manufacturers requiring inclusion of unproven and unreliable technology in firearms is costly and punitive, and the prohibition of firearms without such features is an infringem 4
All Republicans
Referred to committee
March 14, 2023 H.R.1585: Prohibiting Parental Secrecy Policies In Schools Act of 2023 0 Referred to committee
March 14, 2023 H.R.1586: Forest Protection and Wildland Firefighter Safety Act of 2023 37
Bipartisan
In committee
March 8, 2023 H.R.1440: Modern, Clean, and Safe Trucks Act of 2023 15
Bipartisan
Referred to committee
Jan. 11, 2023 H.R.289: Protect Our Water Rights Act 0 In committee
Jan. 9, 2023 H.R.176: To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to establish a deduction for attorney fees awarded with respect to certain wildfire damages and to exclude from gross income settlement funds received with respect to such damages. 15
Bipartisan
Referred to committee
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