The House passed a Senate bill on adoptions during a pro forma session Monday.
Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharThe Hill's 12:30 Report GOP wants to move fast on Sessions Dem senator: Kate McKinnon told me to ‘stay strong’ after Trump win MORE (D-Minn.) introduced the Accuracy for Adoptees Act, which amends the Immigration and Nationality Act to allow state courts to change birth certificates of adopted children.
The Senate passed the bill before leaving town last week for the holiday. The bill now heads to President Obama’s desk for his signature before becoming law.
The House, however, did not pass an adjournment resolution, S.Con.Res.30, which would allow the House and Senate to stop holding pro forma sessions.
The Senate will hold a pro forma session at noon on Tuesday; the House won’t have its next pro forma until noon on Thursday.