ObamaCare's coverage provisions will cost the federal government $1.4 trillion (net) over the next 10 fiscal years.
The "Cash for Caulkers" bill would create the Home Star Retrofit Rebate Program.
The Disaster Relief and Summer Jobs Act of 2010 would appropriate about $5.8 billion for disaster relief, summer jobs, and small-business loans.
Selling unneeded federal properties could save taxpayers about $15 billion over five years by raising revenue and by saving billions spent each year to maintain surplus facilities.
The 21st Century Green High-Performing Public School Facilities Act would authorize billions of dollars in grants to states for the "green" modernization, renovation, or repair of public schools.
Congress extended and expanded a tax credit for first-time homebuyers.
A program for owners of gas-guzzling cars and trucks to receive tax credits worth up to $4,500 for purchasing newer, cleaner automobiles.
Local Jobs for America Act would provide $100.28 billion to states and localities over the two years.
The House-passed climate bill would create a cap-and-trade system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and require the use of more renewable electricity.
The fiscal 2010 bill that funds transportation and housing programs contained a congressional earmark to fund further construction on the Second Avenue Subway in New York City.