Posted: 5:27 pm PT
Updated: May 3, 9:57 pm PT
S.1635 Department of State Operations Authorization and Embassy Security Act, Fiscal Year 2016 passed the Senate by unanimous consent on April 28, 2016. (See Whoa! Senate Passes @StateDept Operations Authorization and Embassy Security Act, FY2016). Below is Part 1 of 6 extracted from thomas.gov for easier reading
(oh, joy, the links timeout!). See below on what’s included but read the bill via congressional record in PDF or as TEXT here as alternative sources.
Sec. 101. American spaces review.
Sec. 102. Identifying bilateral investment treaty opportunities.
Sec. 103. Reinstatement of Hong Kong report.
Sec. 104. Interagency hostage recovery coordinator.
Sec. 105. United States-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue review.
Sec. 106. Report on human rights violations in Burma.
Sec. 107. Combating anti-semitism.
Sec. 108. Biotechnology grants.
Sec. 109. Definition of “use” in passport and visa offenses.
Sec. 110. Science and technology fellowships.
Sec. 111. Name changes.
Sec. 112. Anti-piracy information sharing.
Sec. 113. Report reform.
Sec. 114. Sense of Congress on the United States alliance with Japan.
Sec. 115. Sense of Congress on the defense relationship between the United States and the Republic of India.
Sec. 116. Sense of Congress on the United States alliance with the Republic of Korea.
Sec. 117. Sense of Congress on the relationship between the United States and Taiwan.
Sec. 118. Report on political freedom in Venezuela.
Sec. 119. Strategy for the Middle East in the event of a comprehensive nuclear agreement with Iran.
Sec. 120. Department of State international cyberspace policy strategy.
Sec. 121. Waiver of fees for renewal of immigrant visa for adopted child in certain situations.
Sec. 122. Sense of Congress on anti-Israel and anti-Semitic incitement within the Palestinian Authority.
Sec. 123. Support for the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity, and inviolability of post-Soviet countries in light of Russian aggression and interference.
Sec. 124. Russian propaganda report.
Sec. 125. Approval of export licences and letters of request to assist the Government of Ukraine.
Sec. 131. Atrocities prevention board.
Sec. 132. United States engagement in the Indo-Pacific.
Sec. 133. Joint action plan to combat prejudice and discrimination and to foster inclusion.
Sec. 134. Report on developing country debt sustainability.
Sec. 135. United States strategy to prevent and respond to gender-based violence globally.
Sec. 136. International corruption and accountability.
Sec. 137. Quadrennial diplomacy and development review.
Sec. 138. Disappeared persons in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
Sec. 139. Report on implementation by the Government of Bahrain of recommendations from the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry.
Sec. 140. Report on United States humanitarian assistance to Haiti and whether recent elections in Haiti meet international election standards.
Sec. 141. Sense of Congress with respect to the imposition of additional sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.