The U.S. Catholic bishops voted at their November 13-14 meeting to approve the new text of the Order of Baptism for Children, despite the concerns of some that the new wording is long-winded and cumbersome. The text was prepared according to the norms of Liturgiam authenticam. The vote passed with the needed two-thirds majority. 23 voted against the new text, with 3 abstaining.
Catholic News Service reported on the story here.
The Order of Baptism for Children is used for the baptism of infants and young children. The baptism of those children who have reached the age of reason is carried out according to the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.