Last month, I wrote a series of posts on the Congressional Review Act. At that time, I wrote that the Act had already been used to overturn three rules promulgated late in the administration of President Barack Obama. Since then, 11 other rules have been overturned under the CRA. While dozens more resolutions have been introduced in the House and Senate, the Senate Action Period has now expired. While the remaining joint resolutions could still be enacted, they will be subject to the normal rules in the Senate, making their passage much more difficult. This post lists every CRA joint resolution that has been introduced in the 115th Congress targeting rules promulgated in the last six(ish) months of President Obama's administration.