H.R. 4899 is the Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2010, It originally passed the House March 24th on roll call 186, Lynn Jenkins voted no, and was sent to the Senate. It passed the Senate with an Amendment on May 27th in record vote number 176, with the margin being 67 to 82, Senators Brownback and Roberts voting against the measure.
Amendments 3, 4, and 5 indicate that the Congress wants to put an end to the Middle East Wars Without End in general, and America's longest ever war, the one in Afghanistan in particular. These three Amendments are an opening volley in the Presidential campaign of 2012. It is interesting to note that the two Members of Congress who consistently vote for less spending, Republicans Ron Paul of Texas and Jeff Flake of Arizona split on these votes. Paul was with the minority and Flake with the majority on Amendments 3, 4, and 5.