A flurry of activity was seen last week on the House floor as the Financial Services Committee reported on various bills, many of which JOBS Act related.  These bills propose to change registration and reporting requirements for small reporting companies, Small Business Investment Companies (SBICs) and savings and loan companies, as well as affect the treatment of Emerging Growth Companies (EGCs). On July 14, the House passed the following bills, and on July 15, referred them to the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs:

In contrast, plans to consider H.R. 1675 and H.R. 2354 were scrapped by House Republicans, according to CQ News. H.R. 1675 would have directed the SEC to revise regulations relating to compensatory benefit disclosures by issuers. H.R. 2354 planned to reduce the number excessive and costly regulations issued by the SEC by requiring a review of each significant regulation it had issued.