The final House Local and Consent Calendar – so named because it consists of bills that are either limited to a specific area or passed through the committee process with no known opposition – was withdrawn through a parliamentary procedure Friday morning. The calendar included a TCTA bill that would have required more transparency for Districts of Innovation.

Several conservative Republicans known as the Freedom Caucus objected to the entire calendar. Unless another parliamentary maneuver somehow revives the bills, more than 125 noncontroversial bills were killed.