I've recently come into a discussion about a part of the Inflation Reduction act that was struck by the Senate after Mr. Graham's Point of Order.
When I discuss about laws, I always like to have the receipts, i.e. the full text.
This way we don't have to reason about second hand sources like the senators talking about it.
For this situation, this seems incredibly difficult:
While the bill is public here, and this shows all the actions that have been done to this Amendment (including striking page 744, line 7, through page 755, line 4, as per Graham's point of Order), there seems to be no public place where we can see the version of the Amendment these page numbers relate to.
The congressional record clearly uses a different layout which will make the line numbers not useful, This senate version only has 730 pages, and that senate version is from March - clearly not the same thing.
Is there a good place to get the Amendment (S.Amdt.5194) in its original form to see what the section Mr. Graham struck really would have done?
I did take a look at this question, but this doesn't seem to apply in this case.