House Deeming Resolution for Fiscal Year 2020 (H. Res. 293)
SEC. 2. limitation on advance appropriations.
(a) In General.—Except as provided in subsection (b), any general appropriation bill or bill or joint resolution continuing appropriations, or amendment thereto or conference report thereon, may not provide an advance appropriation.
(b) Exceptions.—An advance appropriation may be provided for programs, activities, or accounts identified in lists submitted for printing in the Congressional Record by the chair of the Committee on the Budget—
(1) for fiscal year 2021, under the heading “Accounts Identified for Advance Appropriations” in an aggregate amount not to exceed $28,852,000,000 in new budget authority, and for fiscal year 2022, accounts separately identified under the same heading; and
(2) for fiscal year 2021, under the heading “Veterans Accounts Identified for Advance Appropriations” in an aggregate amount not to exceed $87,636,650,000 in new budget authority.
(c) Definition.—The term “advance appropriation” means any new discretionary budget authority provided in a general appropriation bill or bill or joint resolution continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2020, or any amendment thereto or conference report thereon, that first becomes available following fiscal year 2020.
The chairman of the House Budget Committee must submit a list of programs to be allowed to receive advance appropriations. The list for the fiscal year 2019 budget deeming resolution was filed on January 8, 2019, but is inapplicable for the purpose of this section. Still, the program list will look similar if not the same but for the different fiscal year:
Publication of Budgetary Material; Congressional Record Vol. 165, No. 3 Issue and Section- January 08, 2019 – House (Vol. 165, No. 3)
 Any legislative measure providing an appropriation of budget authority for any purpose for fiscal year 2021 or a year thereafter is subject to a point of order and, unless waived and if it is raised, is prohibited from being considered. This is not a blanket prohibition insofar as two lists of exceptions are placed in the Congressional Record (see note #1).
[BCR § 010.45]