The power is in the conference committee in both chambers deciding what stays in and what goes out of a Bill.<quoted text>
Let me explain it another way for you. The Congressional Globe records the proceedings of both the House and Senate. It is analogy to a court reporter who records the the testimonies in a court.
And as I explain it before the statements of the members of the House or Senate in the debates are irrelevant.
"The arguments of individual legislators are no proper subject for judicial comment. They are so often influenced by personal or political considerations, or by the assumed necessities of the situation, that they can hardly be considered even as the deliberate views of the persons who make them, much less as dictating the construction to be put upon the Constitution by the courts." Downes v. Bidwell, 182 US 244, 254 (1901)
"The remarks of a single legislator, even the sponsor, are not controlling in analyzing legislative history." Chrysler Corp. v. Brown, 441 US 281, 311 (1979)
99 times out of a 100 what is good for corporate America stays in or is put in.
Porky Pig would be proud.