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Health Care
Progressive/ Conservative Stance
Winning Side
2012 Senate
Roll Call 112. (S. 2343) On an amendment to eliminate a program aimed at increasing access to preventative health care May 24, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 108. (S. 3187) On an amendment to allow American consumers to import cheaper prescription drugs from Canada May 24, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 105. (S. 3187) On an amendment to bar prescription drug companies from paying other companies not to produce competing medications May 24, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 99. (S.Con.Res. 37) On a motion to bring up for consideration a budget proposal advocated by a group of conservative senators May 16, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 98. (H.Con.Res. 112) On a motion to bring up for consideration a controversial budget proposal that calls for steep cuts in spending and taxes, transforms Medicare into a voucher program for future senior citizens, and repeals President Obama’s health reform law May 16, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 24. (S. 1813) On an amendment to exempt more employers and insurers from a rule aimed at expanding access to contraceptives and other preventive health care Mar 01, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2011 Senate
Roll Call 172. (H.R. 2112) On an amendment that would have allowed for the importation of pharmaceutical drugs from Canada Oct 20, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 114. (H.R. 2055) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have required veterans receiving disability payments for illnesses associated with Agent Orange to prove that Agent Orange was the cause of their medical condition Jul 20, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 110. (H.R. 2055) Legislation that would provide annual funding for veterans’ programs and military base construction in fiscal year 2012 – On the motion to end debate on the bill Jul 14, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 77. (H. Con. Res 34) A budget resolution that would have set the parameters for all federal government spending, cut $5.8 trillion from federal programs over 10 years, and converted the Medicare program for the elderly into a private health insurance voucher system – On the motion to bring up the bill May 25, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 59. (H. Con. Res. 35) Final passage of legislation effectively defunding the landmark 2010 health care reform law that expanded health insurance coverage to 31 million previously uninsured Americans, and prohibited insurance companies from denying coverage to individuals with pre-existing medical conditions Apr 14, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 48. (H.R. 4) On an amendment that would have blocked the implementation of legislation that effectively cut subsidies for uninsured Americans to purchase health insurance if the Secretary of Health and Human Services determined that an effect of that legislation would be to increase health insurance premiums or cause more Americans to lose their health insurance. Apr 05, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 37. (H.R. 1) Final passage of legislation that would have funded the federal government through September 2011 and cut $4.7 billion in federal funding from government programs, including scientific research initiatives, grants to states for law enforcement programs, and education programs for gifted and talented children. Mar 09, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 36. (H.R. 1) Final passage of legislation that would have funded the federal government through September 2011 and cut $61 billion in federal funding from government programs, including food stamps (which provide nutritional assistance to the poor), community health centers, Pell Grants for low–income college students, and funding for state job training programs Mar 09, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 9. (S. 223) On a motion to waive the Senate’s budget rules and pass an amendment that would have repealed a 2010 landmark health care reform law that prohibited health insurance companies from denying coverage to individuals with pre-existing medical conditions and provided health insurance coverage to 30 million uninsured Americans. Feb 02, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 7. (S. 223) On an amendment that would have repealed a provision of a major health care reform law enacted in 2010 that required small businesses to file a tax form (a 1099 form) for all individuals who had received $600 or more from a business in exchange for property or merchandise. This amendment was offered to legislation authorizing annual funding for the Federal Aviation Administration. Feb 02, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2011 House of Representatives
Roll Call 531. (H.R. 2219) On a motion that would have increased funding by $200 million for a program that provided veterans of the National Guard with health care and education benefits, career counseling, and suicide prevention services Jul 08, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 498. (H.R. 2219) On an amendment that would increase funding by $3.6 million for a research program on illnesses affecting soldiers who served in the first Gulf War in 1991 Jul 06, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 447. (H.R. 2112) On an amendment that would have required the Agriculture Department to provide funding for urban gardening programs Jun 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 441. (H.R. 2112) On an amendment that would have provided $5 million for the development of grocery stores in areas where such stores and fresh food are scarce Jun 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 440. (H.R. 2112) On an amendment that would have increased funding provided by an agriculture bill for the Food and Drug Administration by $49 million. Jun 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 417. (H.R. 2055) On a motion that would have provided $20 million for a veterans’ suicide prevention program Jun 14, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 408. (H.R. 2017) On a motion that would have increased funding for rail and bus transportation security measures by $75 million—but cut funding for a planned research facility that was intended for the study of diseases which pose a threat to U.S. animal agriculture and public health. Jun 02, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 382. (H.R. 2017) Legislation that would provide annual funding for Homeland Security Department programs – Two separate votes: the first on bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to Homeland Security bill; the second on passage of the resolution setting the time limit. Jun 01, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 381. (H.R. 2017) Legislation that would provide annual funding for Homeland Security Department programs – Two separate votes: the first on bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to Homeland Security bill; the second on passage of the resolution setting the time limit. Jun 01, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 380. (H.R. 2017) Legislation that would provide annual funding for Homeland Security Department programs – On whether to bring up the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Jun 01, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 340. (H.R. 1216) Final passage of legislation limiting federal funding for graduate medical education to $46 million per year May 25, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 339. (H.R.1216) On a motion that would have required that medically underserved communities be given priority with respect to federal funding for graduate medical education. May 25, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 337. (H.R. 1216) On an amendment that would have required the Government Accountability Office (GAO, which conducts studies and investigations on behalf of Congress) to conduct a study on the impact of federal funding for graduate medical education on physician shortages May 24, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 336. (H.R. 1216) On an amendment that would have required the Government Accountability Office (GAO—which conducts investigations, audits, and studies on behalf of Congress) to determine the impact of limiting federal funding for graduate medical education to $46 million per year on the number of primary care physicians that could be trained. May 24, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 334. (H.R. 1216, H.R. 1540) Legislation limiting federal funding for graduate medical education to $46 million per year, as well as a separate bill that provided annual funding for Defense Department programs – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to both bills. May 24, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 333. (H.R. 1216, H.R. 1540) Legislation limiting federal funding for graduate medical education to $46 million per year, as well as a separate bill that provided annual funding for Defense Department programs – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to both bills. May 24, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 290. (H.R. 1214) Final passage of legislation repealing a provision of a major health care reform law that provided federal funding for school-based health care centers May 04, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 289. (H.R. 1214) On a motion that would have required the Health and Human Services Department to post on its website a list of the school districts that would lose federal funding for school health centers as a result of legislation repealing a provision of major health care reform law that provided funding for those health centers. May 04, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 288. (H.R. 1214) On an amendment that would have required the Government Accountability Office (GAO—which carries out studies, audits, and investigations for Congress) to conduct a study on which school districts were most in need of new or renovated school-based health care centers. May 04, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 287. (H.R. 1214) On an amendment that would have required the Department of Health and Human Services to post on its website the amount of funding rescinded from school-based health care centers as a result of repealing a provision of a major health care law that provided federal funding for those health centers. May 04, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 285. (H.R. 1213) Final passage of legislation repealing a provision of a major health care reform law that provided federal funds to states for health insurance “exchanges”--regulated marketplaces in which the uninsured could purchase subsidized health insurance. May 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 284. (H.R. 1213) On a motion that would have barred health insurance companies from participating in state-based health insurance “exchanges” (regulated marketplaces in which the uninsured could purchase subsidized health insurance) if they denied coverage to individuals with cancer or any other pre-existing medical condition. May 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 283. (H.R. 1213) On an amendment that would have required the Health and Human Services Department to submit to Congress a report on delays and reduced in enrollment in health insurance “exchanges” (regulated marketplaces in which the uninsured could purchase subsidized health insurance) as a result of revoking federal funding that had been provided for those exchanges. May 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 282. (H.R. 1213) On an amendment that would have required the Health and Human Services Department to submit to Congress a report on the extent to which states were expected to have difficulties establishing health care “exchanges” (regulated marketplaces in which the uninsured could purchase subsidized health insurance) without federal funding. May 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 281. (H.R. 1213) On an amendment that would have required the Health and Human Services Department to post on its website the amount of funding that would be cut from health care “exchanges” (regulated marketplaces in which the uninsured could purchase subsidized health insurance) as a result of eliminating federal funds for those exchanges. May 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 280. (H.R. 1213, H.R. 1214) Legislation repealing a provision of a major health care reform law that provided federal funds to states for health care “exchanges” (regulated marketplaces in which the uninsured could purchase subsidized health insurance), as well as a separate bill repealing a provision of the same health care law that provided federal funding for school-based health care centers – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to both bills May 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 279. (H.R. 1213, H.R. 1214) Legislation repealing a provision of a major health care reform law that provided federal funds to states for health care “exchanges” (regulated marketplaces in which the uninsured could purchase subsidized health insurance), as well as a separate bill repealing a provision of the same health care law that provided federal funding for school-based health care centers – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to both bills May 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 277. (H. Con. Res. 34) Final passage of a budget resolution setting the parameters for all federal government spending, cutting $5.8 trillion from federal programs over 10 years, and converting the Medicare program for the elderly into a private health insurance voucher system Apr 15, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 276. (H. Con. Res. 34) On an amendment sponsored by House Democrats that would have allowed income tax cuts for the wealthy enacted in 2001 and 2003 to expire, cut Defense Department spending by $89 billion over 10 years, cut agricultural subsidies by $20 billion over 10 years, and preserved Medicare as a guaranteed, government-run health care program for the elderly. Apr 15, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 274. (H. Con. Res. 34) On an amendment sponsored by the Congressional Progressive Caucus that would have allowed tax cuts enacted in 2001 and 2003 to expire, and preserved Medicare as a guaranteed, government-run health care program for the elderly. The amendment also would have ended tax subsidies for oil and gas companies and power plants, implemented a new government-run health insurance program to compete with private insurers, and increased funding for clean energy, affordable housing, and medical research programs. Apr 15, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 273. (H. Con. Res. 34) On an amendment sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus that would have allowed income tax cuts enacted in 2001 and 2003 to expire, and preserved Medicare as a guaranteed, government-run health care program for the elderly. The amendment also would have increased funding for food stamps, job training programs, food safety inspections, community health care centers, and financial aid for low-income college students. Apr 15, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 270. (H. Con. Res. 35) Passage of legislation that would effectively defund the landmark 2010 health care reform law that expanded health insurance coverage to 31 million previously uninsured Americans, and prohibited insurance companies from denying coverage to individuals with pre-existing medical conditions Apr 14, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 266. (H. Con. Res. 34) A budget resolution setting the parameters for all federal government spending, cutting $5.8 trillion from federal programs over 10 years, and converting the Medicare program for the elderly into a private health insurance voucher system – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the budget resolution Apr 14, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 265. (H. Con. Res. 34) A budget resolution setting the parameters for all federal government spending, cutting $5.8 trillion from federal programs over 10 years, and converting the Medicare program for the elderly into a private health insurance voucher system – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the budget resolution Apr 14, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 264. (H.R. 1217) Final passage of legislation eliminating the Prevention and Public Health Fund, which invested $15 billion in preventive health care initiatives such as immunizations, school health centers, primary care physician training programs, and anti-obesity measures Apr 13, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 263. (H.R. 1217) On a motion that would have allowed a preventive health care program to continue exclusively for senior citizens Apr 13, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 262. (H.R. 1217) On an amendment that would have required the Government Accountability Office, which undertakes investigations and studies for Congress, to conduct a study on the impact of a preventive health care program on states and local communities. Apr 13, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 261. (H.R. 1217) On an amendment that would have required the Government Accountability Office, which undertakes investigations and studies for Congress, to conduct a study on the impact of a preventive health care program on preventing chronic diseases and promoting public health Apr 13, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 258. (H.R. 1217) Legislation eliminating the Prevention and Public Health Fund, which invested $15 billion in preventive health care initiatives such as immunizations, school health centers, primary care physician training programs, and anti-obesity measures – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Apr 13, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 257. (H.R. 1217) Legislation eliminating the Prevention and Public Health Fund, which invested $15 billion over ten years in preventive health care initiatives such as immunizations, school health centers, primary care physician training programs, and anti-obesity measures – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Apr 13, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 249. (H.R. 910) Final passage of legislation prohibiting the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions Apr 07, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 248. (H.R. 910) On a motion that would have authorized the Environmental Protection Agency to continue to enforce regulations protecting vulnerable children (such as those with asthma) and seniors from air pollution caused by the burning of fossil fuels. Apr 07, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 178. (H. J. Res. 48) On a motion that would have prohibited a short-term government funding bill from cutting Social Security or Medicare benefits. Mar 15, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 162. (H.R. 4) Final passage of legislation repealing a provision of a major health care law enacted in 2010 that required small businesses to file a tax form (a 1099 form) for all individuals who had received $600 or more from a business in exchange for property or merchandise, and cutting subsidies for uninsured Americans to purchase health insurance. Mar 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 161. (H.R. 4) On tabling (killing) an effort to appeal a ruling that a Democratic motion violated the rules of the House of Representatives. The Democratic motion would have restored subsidies—which were cut by the underlying bill—for uninsured Americans to purchase health insurance, and eliminated tax benefits for oil and gas companies. Mar 03, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 157. (H.R. 4) Legislation repealing a provision of a major health care law enacted in 2010 that required small businesses to file a tax form (a 1099 form) for all individuals who had received $600 or more from a business in exchange for property or merchandise, and cutting subsidies enabling uninsured Americans to purchase health insurance — On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill. Mar 02, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 156. (H.R. 4) Legislation repealing a provision of a major health care law enacted in 2010 that required small businesses to file a tax form (a 1099 form) for all individuals who had received $600 or more from a business in exchange for property or merchandise, and cutting subsidies enabling uninsured Americans to purchase health insurance — On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill. Mar 02, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 147. (H.R. 1) Final passage of legislation funding the federal government through September 2011 and cutting $61 billion in federal funding for government programs, including food stamps (which provide nutritional assistance to the poor), community health centers, Pell Grants for low–income college students, and funding for state job training programs Feb 19, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 141. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used by the Health and Human Services Department to implement rules relating to an “essential benefits package”—the benefits all health insurance plans must provide to their enrollees under a major health care law enacted in 2010. Feb 18, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 138. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being allocated to the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight—which was established by the Obama administration to enforce private health insurance companies’ compliance with a major health care law. Feb 18, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 121. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used to establish health insurance “exchanges” where uninsured Americans could purchase health insurance. Feb 18, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 110. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used to enforce a legal requirement that health insurance companies must spend 80-85% (depending on the size of the company) of the money they collect from insurance premiums on health care services, and no more than 15% to 20% on administrative costs. Feb 18, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 100. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to impose penalties on Americans who had not obtained health insurance—which they were required to do under the 2010 health care reform law that was supported by President Obama and expanded health insurance coverage to nearly all Americans. Feb 18, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 99. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used to pay the salary of any federal employee to implement or enforce the landmark 2010 health care reform law that was signed into law by President Obama and expanded health insurance coverage to nearly all Americans. . Feb 18, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 98. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used by any federal employee to implement or enforce the landmark 2010 health care reform law that was signed into law by President Obama and expanded health insurance coverage to nearly all Americans. Feb 18, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 97. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used by employees of the Health and Human Services Department (the federal agency that enforces laws relating to health care) to implement or enforce the landmark 2010 health care reform law that was signed into law by President Obama and expanded health insurance coverage to nearly all Americans. Feb 18, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 39. (H.R. 1) Legislation funding the federal government through September 2011, and cutting $61 billion in federal funding for government programs, including food stamps (which provide nutritional assistance to the poor), community health centers, Pell Grants for low–income college students, and funding for state job training programs – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Feb 15, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 38. (H.R. 1) Legislation funding the federal government through September 2011 and cutting $61 billion in federal funding for government programs, including food stamps (which provide nutritional assistance to the poor), community health centers, Pell Grants for low–income college students, and funding for state job training programs – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Feb 15, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 16. (H. Res. 9) Final passage of a resolution instructing committees in the House of Representatives to draft health care reformlegislation. The resolution laid out general principles for new health care legislation, stating that such measures should “foster economic growth and private sector job creation by eliminating job-killing policies and regulations” and “lower health care premiums through increased competition.” Jan 20, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 14. (H.R. 2) Final passage of legislation repealing a 2010 landmark health care reform law that prohibited health insurance companies from denying coverage to individuals with pre-existing medical conditions and provided health insurance coverage to 30 million uninsured Americans. Jan 19, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 13. (H.R. 2) On a motion) that would have delayed the implementation of legislation repealing a health care reform law until all members of Congress forfeit the health insurance benefits they receive through the federal government employee health insurance program (known as the “Federal Employees Health Benefits program”). A motion to recommit with instructions is the minority's opportunity to torpedo or significantly change a bill before a final up-or-down vote on the measure. Jan 19, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 10. (H.R. 2) Legislation repealing a major health care law enacted in 2010 which provided health insurance to 30 million uninsured Americans, prohibited health insurance companies from denying coverage to people with pre-existing medical conditions, and required nearly all Americans to obtain health insurance – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill. Jan 07, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 9. (H.R. 2) Legislation repealing a major health care law enacted in 2010 which provided health insurance to more than 30 million uninsured Americans, prohibited health insurance companies from denying coverage to people with preexisting medical conditions, and required nearly all Americans to obtain health insurance – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill. Jan 07, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 5. (H. Res. 5) On a motion to commit (which was the minority’s last chance to amend or torpedo the underlying legislation) that would have required all members of the House of Representatives to publicly state whether they would enroll in the federal government’s health care program for federal employees. (This motion to commit was offered on a resolution revising the procedural rules of the House of Representatives.) Jan 05, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2010 Senate
Roll Call 244. S J Res 39. (Exempting existing health insurance plans) Motion to begin debating a resolution that would cancel a portion of the 2010 health care overhaul law that exempts current health insurance plans from the law/On the motion Sep 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 233. HR 5297. (Small business tax incentives) Motion to bring debate to a close on a substitute amendment that includes the text of Senate Democrats’ bill to provide a variety of tax incentives for small businesses/On the cloture motion Sep 14, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 232. HR 5297. (Small business tax incentives) Motion to bring debate to a close on an amendment that would exempt very small businesses from a tax paperwork requirement/On the cloture motion Sep 14, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 231. HR 5297. (Small business tax incentives) Motion to bring debate to a close on an amendment that would repeal a tax-related reporting requirement included in the 2010 health care overhaul/On the cloture motion Sep 14, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 228. HR 1586. (Medicaid and education funding) On passing a bill that would give states additional Medicaid assistance and funding for education/On the motion Aug 05, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 225. HR 1586. (Medicaid and education funding to states) Motion to allow to go forward a bill that would give states additional Medicaid assistance and funding for education/On the motion Aug 04, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 224. HR 1586. (Medicaid and education funding to states) Motion to end debate on a bill that would give states additional Medicaid assistance and funding for education/On the cloture motion Aug 04, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 210. HR 4213. (Unemployment benefits extension) Motion to suspend the Senate’s rules and allow to be offered an amendment that would pay for an extension of unemployment benefits by using unspent stimulus funds/On the motion Jul 21, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 209. HR 4213. (Unemployment benefits extension) Motion to bring debate to a close on a bill that would extend eligibility for federal unemployment/On the cloture motion Jul 20, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 200. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs) Motion to bring debate to a close on a bill that would extend as unemployment insurance, expiring tax provisions and other items/On the motion Jun 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 194. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs) On bringing debate to a close on a bill that would extend unemployment insurance benefits, several expired tax provisions, and other items/On the motion Jun 17, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 193. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs) On preserving a Republican substitute for a bill that would extend unemployment insurance benefits, several expired tax provisions, and other items/On the motion Jun 17, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 190. On the Motion (Motion to Waive All Budgetary Discipline on the Motion to Concur in House Amdt. to Senate Amdt. with Amdt. No. 4301 ) Jun 16, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 180. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs) Motion to kill an amendment that would exempt some pediatric medical devices from a new tax/On the motion Jun 09, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 179. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs) Motion to preserve an amendment that would have expedited a provision in the health care overhaul increasing the age of coverage for dependents/On the motion Jun 09, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 117. HR 4851. (Extending expired programs, including those for the unemployed) Motion to bring debate to a close on a measure that would extend expired programs, including those that benefit the unemployed/On passing the bill Apr 15, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 116. HR 4851. (Extending expired programs, including those for the unemployed) Motion to bring debate to a close on a measure that would extend expired programs, including those that benefit the unemployed/On the motion Apr 15, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 114. HR 4851. (Extending expired programs, including those for the unemployed) Motion to kill an amendment that would shift federal funds that had been allocated but never actually spent and use them to pay for a bill to extend expired programs, including those that help the unemployed/On the motion Apr 15, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 112. HR 4851. (Extending unemployment benefits and other items) Motion to allow to go forward a bill that would extend for two months certain expiring programs, mostly related to unemployment benefits/On the motion Apr 14, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 110. HR 4851. (Extending unemployment benefits and other items) Motion to allow to go forward a bill that would extend for two months certain expiring programs, mostly related to unemployment benefits/On the motion Apr 14, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 108. (H. Con. Res 257) On passage of a resolution allowing the Senate to take its traditional Easter recess Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 107. On a motion bringing all senators to floor in order to reach an agreement on extending unemployment insurance and health insurance for laid-off workers Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 106. (H.R. 3153) On a motion to table (kill) a Republican motion to begin debate on a bill that would have extended unemployment insurance and health benefits for laid off workers for one month Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 105. (H.R. 4872) Passage of a bill making a number of changes to major health care legislation, including delaying the implementation of a tax on high-cost health insurance plans until 2018 Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 104. On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have cut federal Medicaid funding for states where waste and fraud within Medicaid occurred Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 103. On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have extended indefinitely a tax credit to help small businesses afford health insurance coverage for their employees Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 102. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment to tie an increase in Medicare taxes on high-income individuals to inflation Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 101. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have repealed a provision in health care legislation signed into law by President Obama imposing a fine on individuals who fail to obtain health insurance Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 100. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have allowed individuals to purchase health insurance plans across state lines Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 99. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage of an amendment to immediately suspend health care reform legislation if the Congressional Budget Office estimated that it would not reduce the deficit as predicted in any given year, by waiving the Senate’s budget rules Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 98. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment to index to inflation all new taxes imposed by health care reform legislation signed into law by President Obama to inflation Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 97. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have repealed a provision of health care reform legislation signed into law by President Obama that increased Medicare’s payment rates for medical services in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming. Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 96. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have prohibited the implementation of health care reform legislation until the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services certify that the legislation will lower health care costs Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 95. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have required enrollees in health insurance plans to provide documentation proving that they are citizens or legal residents of the United States Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 94. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage of an amendment that would have allowed veterans deemed to be “mentally incompetent” to possess firearms, by waiving the Senate’s budget rules. Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 93. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage of an amendment that would have prohibited lawsuits against doctors if those lawsuits concern medical services provided for free, by waiving the Senate’s budget rules. Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 92. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have refunded taxes paid on fuel for vehicles used exclusively to perform mammograms Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 91. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage of an amendment to permanently repeal the “marriage penalty” (the higher tax bracket for married couples who file their taxes jointly), and provide for a permanent sales tax deduction for individuals living in states with no income tax (this allows those individuals to deduct a portion of their state sales taxes from their federal income taxes), by waiving the Senate’s budget rules Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 90. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have allowed individuals to deduct a portion of their medical expenses from their taxes if their medical expenses exceed 5% of their income Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 89. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage (by waiving the Senate’s budget rules) of an amendment that would have prohibited the District of Columbia from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples until the city holds a referendum on whether or not legalize same-sex marriage Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 88. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage of an amendment that would have extended a number of expiring programs (including unemployment insurance for laid-off workers who have exhausted their benefits), by waiving the Senate's budget rules Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 87. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment which would have allowed seniors to opt out of Medicare Part A (which covers care provided at hospitals and nursing facilities) Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 86. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have repealed four provisions in health care reform legislation signed into law by President Obama that were intended to reduce health care costs, including a new Independent Payment Advisory Board (which is charged with indentifying ways to reduce Medicare spending) Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 85. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to allow a vote on passage of an amendment that would have prohibited cuts in Medicare payments to critical access hospitals (hospitals located in rural areas where access to medical facilities is poor), by waiving the Senate’s budget rules Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 84. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have repealed the health care reform legislation signed into law by President Obama. Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 83. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have provided that soldiers, veterans, and their families would not be subject to a fine if their benefits do not meet the health care legislation’s criteria for "essential benefits" coverage Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 82. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage of an amendment that would have extended Medicare reimbursement rates for doctors at 2010 levels for three years, by waiving the Senate’s budget rules Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 81. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment to health care legislation exempting medical devices intended for soldiers and veterans from a 2.3% excise tax Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 80. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have exempted the sale of medical devices intended for children and those with disabilities from a 2.3% excise tax Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 79. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have eliminated a 2.3% excise tax on the sale of medical devices Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 78. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have eliminated a 3.8% tax on investment income for those earning over $200,000 per year Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 77. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage of an amendment to eliminate a provision in health care reform legislation creating an insurance program covering long-term care (such as nursing home care) for the elderly and the disabled, by waiving the Senate’s budget rules. Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 76. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment requiring the Secretary of Education to certify that no state would experience a net job loss as a result of students receiving loans directly from the federal government Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 75. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment to eliminate a provision in health care legislation imposing a fine on businesses with 50 or more employees that do not provide their workers with health insurance Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 74. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment to allow states to choose not to comply with health care reform legislation Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 73. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have prohibited sex offenders from receiving any government subsidies for erectile dysfunction drugs Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 72. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment that would have eliminated a provision in major health care legislation that cut funding for the Medicare Advantage program (Under the Medicare Advantage program, Medicare beneficiaries can receive their benefits through private insurers as opposed to the traditional government-run Medicare program) Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 71. (H.R. 4872) On a motion allowing a vote on passage (by waiving the Senate’s budget rules) of an amendment that would have forced all members of Congress to enroll in Medicaid Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 70. (H.R. 4872) On a motion to table (kill) an that would have reduced interest rates on student loans by 1.5% Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 69. HR 4872. (Health care reconciliation) Motion to allow an amendment that would require the president, vice president, members of Congress and others to receive their health care through “exchanges” created by the health insurance overhaul law/On the motion Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 68. HR 4872. (Health care reconciliation) Motion to kill an amendment that would require the government to certify that the health care overhaul law will not increase insurance premiums more than has been projected/On the motion Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 67. HR 4872. (Health care reconciliation) Motion to kill an attempt to remove from the health care overhaul law any mandates that employers must provide health insurance to employees/On the motion Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 66. HR 4872. (Health care reconciliation) Motion to kill an attempt to rewrite a health care overhaul to prevent tax increases for people earning less than $200,000/On the motion Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 65. HR 4872. (Health care reconciliation) Motion to kill an amendment by John McCain, R-Ariz., that would remove what he called “sweetheart deals” that benefit certain states in the health care overhaul/On the motion Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 64. HR 4872. (Health care reconciliation) Motion to kill an amendment that would require certification that new spending in a health care overhaul isn’t being paid for by reducing Medicare funding/On the motion Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 63. HR 4872. (Health care overhaul) Motion to begin debating a bill that would revise a major new law overhauling health insurance and student lending laws/On the motion Mar 23, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 62. On adjourning the Senate/On adjournment Mar 23, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 48. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs, including those to help the unemployed and other items) On passing a bill that would extend certain expiring programs including unemployment benefits and other items/On passing the bill Mar 10, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 47. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs, including those to help the unemployed and other items) Motion to bring debate to a close on a bill that would extend certain expiring programs including unemployment benefits and other items (Second cloture vote) On the motion Mar 10, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 46. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs, including those to help the unemployed and other items) Motion to bring debate to a close on a bill that would extend certain expiring programs including unemployment benefits and other items (First cloture vote)/On the motion Mar 09, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 45. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs, including those to help the unemployed and other items) Motion to allow to go forward an amendment that would extend assistance to needy families and workforce programs for six months/On the motion Mar 09, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 39. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs, including those to help the unemployed and other items) Motion to allow to go forward a bill that would extend expiring programs such as unemployment benefits and health insurance subsidies/On the motion Mar 03, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 36. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs, including those to help the unemployed and other items) Motion to allow an amendment that would provide $250 to certain Social Security recipients/On the motion Mar 03, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 34. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs, including those to help the unemployed and other items) Motion to kill an amendment that would extend Medicare reimbursement rates for doctors, paid for by shifting money out of Medicare/On the motion Mar 03, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 31. HR 4691. (Short-term extensions of programs to benefit the unemployed and other items) Motion to preserve an amendment that proposes to pay for health care premium assistance, transportation spending and other items by repealing a certain business tax break/On the motion Mar 02, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2010 House of Representatives
Roll Call 588. (S. 3307) Legislation expanding eligibility for subsidized school breakfasts and lunches for low-income children, and implementing stricter nutritional standards for food served in schools – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill Dec 01, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 587. (S. 3307) Legislation expanding eligibility for subsidized school breakfasts and lunches for low-income children, and implementing stricter nutritional standards for food served in schools – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill Dec 01, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 550. (H.R. 847) Final passage of legislation establishing a new health care program for 9/11 rescue workers who became ill as a result of their rescue efforts following the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 Sep 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 548. (H.R. 847, H.R. 2701, H.R. 2378) Legislation establishing a health program for 9/11 rescue workers who became ill as a result of their rescue efforts following the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001; separate legislation authorizing annual funding for U.S. intelligence agencies; as well as a third bill that would enable the federal government to impose tariffs on countries that undervalue their currencies – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to all three bills Sep 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 547. (H.R. 847, H.R. 2701, H.R. 2378) Legislation establishing a health program for 9/11 rescue workers who became ill as a result of their rescue efforts following the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001; separate legislation authorizing annual funding for U.S. intelligence agencies; as well as a third bill that would enable the federal government to impose tariffs on countries that undervalue their currencies (such tariffs were intended to make U.S. exports more competitive) – On bringing to a final vote a resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to all three bills Sep 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 518. (H.R. 1586) Final passage of legislation providing $26 billion to states to prevent cuts in Medicaid coverage (the health insurance program for the poor) and layoffs of teachers and government employees Aug 10, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 517. (H.R. 1586) Legislation providing $26 billion to states to prevent cuts in Medicaid coverage (the health insurance program for the poor) and layoffs of teachers and government employees – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to this bill Aug 10, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 516. (H.R. 1586) Legislation providing $26 billion to states to prevent cuts in Medicaid coverage (the health insurance program for the poor) and layoffs of teachers and government employees – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to this bill Aug 10, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 491. (H.R. 847) Final Passage of legislation establishing a health program for 9/11 rescue workers who became ill as a result of their rescue efforts following the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 476. (H.R. 5822) Legislation providing approximately $121 billion for veterans programs in 2011 – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Jul 28, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 362. (H.R. 5486) On an amendment to small business legislation that would have repealed a provision in a major health care reform law enacted in March 2010 that required Americans to obtain health insurance Jun 15, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 325. (H.R. 4213) Passage of legislation blocking a 21% cut in Medicare payments to physicians scheduled to take effect on June 1. May 28, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 323. (H.R. 4213) On a resolution setting the terms for floor debate and prohibiting amendments to legislation extending unemployment insurance for laid-off workers through November 30, 2010, as well as allowing a separate vote on blocking a 21% cut in Medicare payments to physicians scheduled to take effect on June 1. May 28, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 322. (H.R. 4213) On an amendment eliminating a provision in legislation intended to help laid-off workers that extended health benefits for jobless Americans. The amendment also divided the bill into two separate sections, each to be voted on separately (One section blocked a 21% cut in Medicare payments to physicians, and the other section contained the rest of the bill.) May 28, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 321. (H.R. 4213) On bringing to a final vote a resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to legislation extending unemployment insurance for laid-off workers through November 30, 2010, and blocking a 21% cut in Medicare payments to physicians scheduled to take effect on June 1. May 28, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 211. (H.R. 4851) Final passage of legislation extending unemployment compensation and health insurance for laid-off workers, and blocking a 21% cut in Medicare payments to physicians Apr 15, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 194. (H.R. 4872) Final passage of legislation making a number of changes to major health care legislation, including delaying the implementation of a tax on high-cost health insurance plans until 2018 Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 193. (H.R. 4872) A bill making a number of changes to major health care legislation, including delaying the implementation of a tax on high-cost health insurance plans until 2018 -- On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill Mar 25, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 181. (H.R. 4849) On an amendment to repeal a number of provisions in a major health care bill (including an annual limit on contributions to health flexible spending accounts) that was offered to legislation providing small businesses with tax incentives intended to spur job creation and expanding a bond program for infrastructure projects Mar 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 167. (H.R. 4872) Passage of a bill making a number of changes to major health care legislation, including delaying the implementation of a tax on high-cost health insurance plans until 2018 Mar 21, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 166. (H.R. 4872) Legislation making changes to a major health care bill, including delaying the implementation of a tax on high-cost health insurance plans until 2018 -- On a "motion to recommit with instructions," or amendment to require tighter restrictions on insurance companies' coverage of abortion Mar 21, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 165. (H.R. 3590) On passage of legislation making major changes to the national health care system, including expanding health coverage to uninsured Americans Mar 21, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 163. (H.R. 3590, H.R. 4872) Legislation making major changes to the national health care system, including expanding health coverage to uninsured Americans -- On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments Mar 21, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 162. (H.R. 3590, H.R. 4872) Legislation making major changes to the national health care system, including expanding health coverage to uninsured Americans -- On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments Mar 21, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 160. (H.R. 3590, H.R. 4872) Legislation making major changes to the national health care system, including expanding health coverage to uninsured Americans -- On a "question of consideration," or determining whether the House would bring up the resolution allowing the chamber to debate the health care legislation Mar 21, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 159. (H.R. 3590, H.R. 4872) Legislation making major changes to the national health care system, including expanding health coverage to uninsured Americans -- On a "question of consideration," or determining whether the House would bring up the resolution allowing the chamber to debate the health care legislation Mar 21, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 132. (H. Res. 1194) A resolution "disapproving" of the manner in which Democratic leaders planned to bring up and vote on health care reform legislation -- On a motion to table (kill) the resolution Mar 18, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 130. (H. Res. 1190) On a resolution allowing the House to bring up legislation under a procedure that limits debate time and prohibits amendments -- and thus giving the Democratic leadership additional time to finalize plans to bring up major health care legislation Mar 18, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 129. (H. Res. 1190) On bringing to a final vote a resolution allowing the House to bring up legislation under a procedure that limits debate time and prohibits amendments -- and thus giving the Democratic leadership additional time to finalize plans to bring up major health care legislation Mar 18, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 63. (H.R. 4626) Legislation to repeal the health insurance industry's exemption from antitrust regulations -- On a motion to recommit with instructions Feb 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 60. (H.R. 4626) Legislation to repeal the health insurance industry's exemption from antitrust regulations -- On the resolution outlining the terms for debate on the bill Feb 24, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2009 Senate
Roll Call 396. (H.R. 3590) On passage of legislation making major changes in the national health care system Dec 24, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 395. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a motion to invoke cloture (bring debate to an end) on the legislation Dec 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 394. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on the Reid amendment removing a proposed HYPERLINK "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_insurance" \o "Health insurance" health insurance plan that would be offered by the federal government, and adding language to guarantee that federal funds are not used to pay for abortions. Dec 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 392. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on whether to support a point of order raised against the legislation; the point or order was based on the claim that provisions in the bill governing the required insurance coverage of state employees are unconstitutional incursions into the power of the states Dec 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 391. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a motion to table (kill) an appeal of a ruling; the ruling that had been appealed was that new spending provided in an amendment by Sen. Reid of Nevada was not subject to a point of order that preventing it from being offered Dec 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 390. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a motion to waive the provisions of the Congressional Budget Act as they apply to an amendment offered by Sen. Reid of Nevada Dec 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 389. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on whether to support a point of order that the mandate in the bill requiring Americans to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional Dec 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 388. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a motion to invoke cloture (bring debate to an end) on a procedural tactic of Sen. Reid of Nevada; that tactic had prevented the Republican minority from making changes in his amendment to the legislation Dec 22, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 387. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a procedural tactic by Sen. Reid of Nevada to prevent the Republican minority from making changes in his amendment to the legislation Dec 22, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 386. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a motion to table (kill) an amendment that had been offered by Sen. Reid of Nevada as a procedural tactic Dec 22, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 385. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a motion to invoke cloture (bring debate to an end) on an amendment offered by Sen. Reid of Nevada that made numerous significant additions and deletions to the legislation Dec 20, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 380. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a procedure by Senate Reid of Nevada to allow the Senate to vote on a cloture motion ending debate on an unrelated bill and return to consideration of the health care bill Dec 17, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 379. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on tabling (killing) a motion that would have prevented any new tax provisions from becoming effective until the actual start date of the programs the tax revenues support Dec 16, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 376. (H.R. 3590) Legislation making major changes in the national health care system - - on a motion to add language guaranteeing that people making less than $200,000 a year will not pay any more taxes as a result of the legislation. Dec 15, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 370. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Motion to give all enrollees in Medicare Advantage, an HMO-style plan, extra benefits in the health care overhaul bill given to certain enrollees/On the motion Dec 08, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 368. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Gregg of New Hampshire amendment that would prohibit anything that spends money or reduces revenues in a major heath insurance overhaul bill from being implemented until the provisions are certified not to raise the deficit/On agreeing to the amendment Dec 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 364. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Motion to erase a health care overhaul bill’s cuts to payments that Democrats say are wasteful to certain home health agencies/On the motion Dec 05, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 362. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Motion to rewrite a heath care overhaul bill to ensure that payments are not cut to HMO-style Medicare Advantage plans/On the motion Dec 04, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 360. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Thune of South Dakota amendment that would have prohibited establishing a new voluntary insurance program for people with functional limitations/On agreeing to the amendment Dec 04, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 358. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Motion to restore $441 billion in cuts from certain Medicare programs/On agreeing to the amendment Dec 03, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 356. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Murkowski of Alaska amendment that would require insurers to consult with professional organizations when deciding when to cover preventative screening for women/On agreeing to the amendment Dec 03, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 355. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Mikulski of Maryland amendment that would require health insurance providers to cover preventative care and screening for women/On agreeing to the amendment Dec 03, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 353. HR 3590. (Health care overhaul) Motion to begin debate on a bill that would overhaul the health care system/On the motion Nov 21, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 325. S 1776. (Medicare reimbursement) Motion to begin debating a bill that would modify the formula that determines how much money Medicare reimburses physicians for various procedures/On the motion Oct 21, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 296. HR 2996. (Fiscal 2010 environment spending) Motion to kill an attempt to strike $4.3 billion in funding in the fiscal 2010 environment and Interior Department spending bill/On the motion Sep 24, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 293. HR 2996. (Fiscal 2010 environmental spending) Motion to defeat an attempt to speed up oil and gas drilling on the Outer Continental Shelf/On the motion Sep 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 225. HR 2892. (Fiscal 2010 homeland security spending) Vitter of Louisiana amendment that would prohibit the Customs and Border Protection service from restricting the importation of prescription drugs from Canada/On agreeing to the amendment Jul 09, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 152. S Con Res 13. (Fiscal 2010 budget resolution) Coburn of Oklahoma amendment that would allow for a prohibition on discrimination against health providers who refuse to provide a health service if it would violate their moral or religious beliefs/On agreeing to the amendment Apr 02, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 129. S Con Res 13. (Fiscal 2010 budget resolution) McCain of Arizona amendment that would provide for increased defense and veterans spending, extend expiring Bush-era tax cuts, overhaul the tax code and create a commission to retool Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security/On agreeing to the amendment Apr 02, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 128. S Con Res 13. (Fiscal 2010 budget resolution) Ensign of Nevada amendment that would allow for a requirement that higher-income Medicare drug beneficiaries pay a larger share of their premiums/On agreeing to the amendment Apr 02, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 127. S Con Res 13. (Fiscal 2010 budget resolution) Kyl of Arizona amendment that would prohibit information obtained from certain kinds of medical research to be used to deny federally-reimbursed health services/On agreeing to the amendment Apr 01, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 89. HR 1105. (Fiscal 2009 spending) Enzi of Wyoming amendment that would prohibit any changes to the formula for how HIV/AIDS funding is distributed/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 09, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 31. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) On passing a bill that would reauthorize the State Children’s Health Insurance Program and expand it significantly/On passing the bill Jan 29, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 29. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) Bingaman of New Mexico amendment that would allow families more ways to expedite applications for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 29, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 28. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) Coburn of Oklahoma amendment that would require the government to create a new program to provide private health insurance for certain children eligible for coverage under the State Children’s Health Insurance Program/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 29, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 27. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) DeMint of South Carolina amendment that would provide a $1,500 per child tax deduction for qualified health care costs/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 29, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 25. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) Motion to kill an amendment that would prohibit states from receiving State Children’s Health Insurance Program funds for covering families who earn above 300 percent of the federal poverty level/On the motion Jan 29, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 24. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) Coburn of Oklahoma amendment that would require states to pay subsidies to private health insurers if they want to expand State Children’s Health Insurance Program coverage above certain income levels/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 29, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 23. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) Murkowski of Alaska amendment that would require states to develop plans to address the “crowding out” of lower income children by higher income children applying for State Children’s Health Insurance within 12 months/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 28, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 22. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) Kyl of Arizona amendment that would require states to detail how they will limit allowing lower-income children seeking coverage under the State Children’s Health Insurance Program from being “crowded out” by those with higher incomes/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 28, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 21. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) Roberts of Kansas amendment that would prohibit states from covering children under the State Children’s Health Insurance Program if their families earned above a certain amount of money/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 28, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 20. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) Motion to kill an amendment that would prohibit states that allow families earning more than 200 percent over the poverty level to participate in the State Children’s Health Insurance Program to qualify as a “shortfall state”/On the motion Jan 28, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 18. (H.R. 2) On the McConnell of Kentucky amendment offered to legislation that reauthorized and expanded the Children's Health Insurance Program. The amendment was designed to increase controls on the use of the program by individuals for whom it was not intended, and to prevent some states from extending the program to families with annual incomes above $70,000. Jan 28, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 16. (H.R. 2) On a motion to table (kill) an amendment offered by Sen. DeMint of South Carolina. The amendment would have required families with incomes exceeding 200 percent of the local poverty line to share in the cost of treating any family member enrolled in the Children's Health Insurance Program. Jan 27, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2009 House of Representatives
Roll Call 887. On passage of major health care legislation designed to provide coverage for all Americans, to expand the coverage of those currently with insurance, and to restrain the continued growth of health costs Nov 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 885. (H.R.3962): On the Boehner of Ohio amendment, which included the Republican alternative to the major health care legislation supported by the Democratic majority. Nov 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 882. (H.Res. 903): Major health care legislation designed to provide coverage for all Americans, to expand the coverage of those currently with insurance, and to restrain the continued growth of health costs - - on the resolution setting the terms for debating the legislation Nov 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 881. (H.Res. 903): Major health care legislation designed to provide coverage for all Americans, to expand the coverage of those currently with insurance, and to restrain the continued growth of health costs - - on the motion to bring the resolution setting the terms for debating the legislation to an immediate vote Nov 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 656. (H. Res. 690) On a motion to table (kill) a resolution that would have disapproved the manner in which the Democratic Members of the commission dealing with the House Members’ special rights to send official mail without postage were carrying out their responsibilities Jul 29, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 642. (H.R. 3293) On the Souder of Indiana amendment; the amendment would have prohibited any amounts in the bill providing 2010 fiscal year funding for the Department of Health and Human Services to be devoted to hypodermic needles that could conceivably be used by those taking illegal drugs   Jul 24, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 517. (H.R. 3081) On the Buyer of Indiana amendment to the bill providing fiscal year 2010 funds for the State Department; the amendment would have reduced funding for diplomatic and consular programs, global health efforts and the Agency for International Development back to their fiscal year 2009 levels. Jul 09, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 198. (S.Con. Res. 13) Health care reform - - on instructing House Members, who will be negotiating a final version of the fiscal year 2010 budget resolution with the Senate, not to include any language that would prevent a Senate filibuster of separate health care legislation Apr 22, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 192. (H.Con. Res. 85) On passage of the fiscal year 2010 budget resolution. Apr 02, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 190. (H.Con. Res. 85) On approval of the fiscal year 2010 budget proposed by the Congressional Black Caucus Apr 02, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 188. (H.Con. Res. 85) On approval of the fiscal year 2010 budget proposed by the Congressional Progressive Caucus Apr 02, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 50. The Children’s Health Insurance Program-SCHIP (H.R.2)/Vote to agree to accept amendments the Senate made in the bill which expands insurance coverage to children and pregnant women. Feb 04, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 16. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance) On passing a bill that would authorize the State Children’s Health Insurance Program at $60 billion/On passing the bill Jan 14, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 15. HR 2. (Children’s health insurance program) Motion to rewrite a State Children’s Health Insurance Program bill to authorize the program for longer but require more eligibility hurdles for certain applicants/On the motion Jan 14, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 14. H Res 52. (Children’s health insurance program) Providing for consideration of a bill that would provide funding for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) (HR 2)/On passing the bill Jan 14, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2008 Senate
Roll Call 80. S Con Res 70. (Fiscal 2009 budget resolution) Boxer of California amendment that would allow for future legislation to make pregnant women eligible for coverage under the State Children’s Health Insurance Program/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 13, 2008.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 63. S Con Res 70. (Fiscal 2009 budget resolution) Ensign of Nevada amendment that would allow for legislation requiring some Medicare prescription drug beneficiaries to pay a larger share of their premium/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 13, 2008.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 54. S Con Res 70. (Fiscal 2009 budget resolution) Dorgan of North Dakota amendment that would allow an increase of $1 billion for Native American health/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 13, 2008.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 25. HR 5140. (Economic stimulus package) Motion to bring debate to a close on a bill intended to stimulate the U.S. economy/On the cloture motion Feb 14, 2008.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2007 Senate
Roll Call 383. HR 3043. (Fiscal 2008 Labor-Health-Education appropriations) Enzi of Wyoming amendment that would prohibit changes to the funding formulas for certain HIV/AIDS programs/On agreeing to the amendment Oct 23, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 353. HR 976. (State children’s health insurance reauthorization) Motion to clear a bill for President Bush’s signature that would reauthorize and expand the State Children’s Health Insurance Program/On the motion Sep 27, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 352. HR 976. (State children’s health insurance reauthorization) Motion to bring debate to a close on a bill that would reauthorize and expand the State Children’s Health Insurance Program/On the motion Sep 27, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 319. HR 2764. (Fiscal 2008 state and foreign operations appropriations), Boxer of California amendment to repeal a statute that bars international aid groups that perform or promote abortions from receiving federal funds/On the amendment Sep 06, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 307. HR 976. SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) - Final passage of a bill that would reauthorize the State Children’s Health Insurance Program at $60.2 billion over five years/On passage of the bill Aug 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 306. HR 976. (Small business tax breaks and children's health insurance), motion to preserve increased funding for children's health insurance programs/On the motion Aug 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 305. HR 976. SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) - DeMint of South Carolina amendment that would allow people to buy health insurance from insurers licensed in another state/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 301. HR 976. SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) - Vitter of Louisiana amendment that would disallow coverage under SCHIP for families with access to employer-sponsored health plans/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 300. HR 976. SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) - Coburn of Oklahoma amendment that would require states to subsidize employer-offered insurance programs for families whose incomes are 200 percent above the poverty level/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 299. HR 976. SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) - Kyl of Arizona amendment that would prohibit the SCHIP reauthorization bill from taking effect until the government certified it would not reduce private health insurance coverage/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 298. HR 976. (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) Thune of South Dakota amendment that would prohibit families from receiving health coverage under SCHIP if they are subject to the alternative minimum tax/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 297. HR 976. (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) Ensign of Nevada amendment that would prevent non-pregnant adults to be covered under SCHIP unless 95% of low-income children were also covered/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 292. HR 976. (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) Kerry of Massachusetts amendment that would increase authorization for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program by $15 billion/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 01, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 291. HR 976. (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) Lott of Mississippi amendment that would increase health care coverage for children, but decrease it for non-pregnant adults/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 01, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 290. HR 976. (State Children’s Health Insurance Program reauthorization) Motion to kill an amendment that would limit states’ ability to cover children under the State Children’s Health Insurance Program for certain families/On the motion Aug 01, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 288. HR 976. (State children’s health insurance program reauthorization) Gregg of New Hampshire amendment that would limit coverage under the State Children’s Health Insurance Program for anyone other than low-income children or pregnant women/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 01, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 287. HR 976. (State children’s health insurance program reauthorization) Ensign of Nevada amendment that would establish a disease prevention and research trust fund/On agreeing to the amendment Aug 01, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 286. HR 976. (State children’s health insurance program reauthorization) Allard of Colorado amendment that would require states to use a family’s gross income to determine eligibility for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program/On agreeing to the amendment Jul 31, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 188. S 1348. (Immigration overhaul) Amendment by DeMint of South Carolina that would require people obtaining a new "Z visa" to secure health insurance coverage/On agreeing to the amendment Jun 06, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 172. S Con Res 21. (Fiscal 2008 budget resolution) Vote on final passage of the budget resolution conference report/On the conference report May 17, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 151. S 1082. (Food and Drug Administration Overhaul) Amendment by Cochran of Mississippi that would require prescription drugs be certified as safe before they can be imported from other countries/On agreeing to the amendment May 07, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 150. S 1082 (Food and Drug Administration overhaul) Motion to end debate on an amendment by Dorgan of North Dakota allowing prescription drugs to be imported from overseas/On the cloture motion May 03, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 148. S 1082. (Food and Drug Administration overhaul) Allard of Colorado amendment on exclusive drug patent agreements for pharmaceutical companies/On agreeing to the amendment May 02, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 132. S 3. (Overhauling Medicare's prescription drug benefit) Motion to close debate on the bill/On the cloture motion Apr 18, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 127. S 5. Allowing the use of federal funds for new embryonic stem cell research/On passage of the bill Apr 11, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 112. S Con Res 21. (Fiscal 2008 budget resolution), Chambliss of Georgia amendment limiting the availability of funding for certain states for the State Childrens Health Insurance Program/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 23, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 111. S Con Res 21. (Fiscal 2008 budget resolution), Bunning of Kentucky amendment on allowing states to design their own Medicaid benefit packages/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 23, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 105. S Con Res 21. (Fiscal 2008 budget resolution), Smith of Oregon amendment on reauthorizing the State Children's Health Insurance Program/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 23, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 93. S Con Res 21. (Fiscal 2008 budget resolution), Ensign of Nevada amendment on expanding premiums for the wealthy for Medicare's prescription drug benefit/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 22, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 91. S Con Res 21. (Fiscal 2008 budget resolution), Cornyn of Texas amendment on limiting the availability of funding for the State Childrens Health Insurance Program/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 22, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 26. Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007 (H.R. 2), Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) amendment to allow individuals to use pre-tax funds from Health Savings Accounts to purchase high-deductible health insurance policies/Motion to waive the Budget Act Jan 25, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2007 House of Representatives
Roll Call 675. HR 3043. (Fiscal 2008 Labor-Health-Education spending) Camp of Michigan amendment that would prohibit Medicare and Medicaid from barring enrollment in the Medicare Advantage program/On agreeing to the amendment Jul 19, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 666. HR 3043. (Fiscal 2008 Labor-Health-Education spending) Barton of Texas amendment that would prohibit National Institutes of Health funds to be transferred through certain programs/On agreeing to the amendment Jul 18, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 650. HR 3043. (Fiscal 2008 Labor-Health-Education spending) Graves of Missouri amendment that would increase funding for individuals with disabilities/On agreeing to the amendment Jul 18, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 649. HR 3043. (Fiscal 2008 Labor, Health, Education spending) Barton of Texas amendment that would change the distribution formula for HIV/AIDS funding/On agreeing to the amendment Jul 18, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 211. Fiscal 2008 budget resolution (H. Con. Res. 99), Ryan of Wisconsin substitute amendment offering the Republicans' alternative to the Democratic-drafted version/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 29, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 210. H. Con. Res. 99 (Fiscal 2008 Budget Resolution), Woolsey of California substitute amendment offering an alternative budget resolution authored by the Congressional Progressive Caucus/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 29, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 204. H. Res. 274, providing for the consideration of H.R. 1538 (Wounded Warrior Assistance Act)/On agreeing to the resolution Mar 28, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 72. Fiscal 2007 continuing resolution to fund the federal government (H. J. Res. 20)/On passage Jan 31, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 71. Fiscal 2007 continuing resolution to fund the federal government (H. J. Res. 20)/Motion to recommit to the Appropriations Committee with instructions to cut more than $500 million for various projects and increase funding by $275 million for military housing, $50 million to combat illicit drugs, $86 million for military construction and family housing and direct $178 million toward deficit reduction Jan 31, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 70. Fiscal 2007 continuing resolution to fund the federal government (H. J. Res. 20)/Democratic motion to table (kill) an appeal to the ruling of the chair against a Republican point of order against the bill on grounds that it violates House rules Jan 31, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 69. Fiscal 2007 continuing resolution to fund the federal government (H. J. Res. 20)/Motion to table (kill) the motion to reconsider Jan 31, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 68. Fiscal 2007 continuing resolution to fund the federal government (H. J. Res. 20)/Question of consideration Jan 31, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 67. Rules for consideration (H. Res. 116) of the fiscal 2007 continuing resolution to fund the federal government/On passage of the rule Jan 31, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 66. Rules for consideration (H. Res. 116) of the fiscal 2007 continuing resolution to fund the federal government/Motion to order the previous question (end debate and prohibit amendment) Jan 31, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 23. Requiring the federal government to negotiate with drug companies for the prices of drugs covered under Medicare (H.R. 4)/On passage Jan 12, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 22. Requiring the federal government to negotiate with drug companies for the prices of drugs covered under Medicare (H.R. 4)/Motion to recommit with instructions to add language that ensures that beneficiaries will not be restricted in their access to prescription drugs and that the negotiations will not result in the price increase of prescription drugs for any group Jan 12, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 20. Federal funding of embryonic stem cell research (H.R. 3)/On passage Jan 11, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 19. Federal funding of embryonic stem cell research (H.R. 3)/Motion to recommit the bill to the Energy and Commerce Committee with instructions to include language prohibiting entities involved in a certain type of cell transfer associated with human cloning from receiving federal funding Jan 11, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 11. H. Res. 6 Adopting the rules of the House of Representative for the 110th Congress/On adopting Title 5 of the resolution Jan 05, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 10. H. Res. 6 Adopting the rules of the House of Representative for the 110th Congress/Motion to commit with instructions Jan 05, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2005 Senate
Roll Call 121. HR 3. Surface Transportation Reauthorization/Vote to Instruct the Secretary of Transportation to Improve and Expand Upon Pedestrian and Bicycle Pathways in Dangerous Areas of the Nation's Transportation Infrastructure. May 11, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 120. HR 3. Surface Transportation Reauthorization/Vote to Encourage States to Enact Motorcycle Helmet Laws. May 11, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 114. H Con Res 95. Fiscal 2006 Budget Resolution/Vote on Conference Committee Version of the 2006 Budget Resolution to Authorize $843 Billion for Discretionary (Appropriations) Spending Programs, $34.7 Billion in Cuts to Mandatory (Entitlement) Spending Programs, and $70 Billion in Tax Cuts. Apr 28, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 90. HR 1268. Fiscal 2005 Supplemental Appropriations/Vote to Waive a Point of Order Against an Amendment to Increase Funding for Veterans' Health Care by $1.98 Billion. Apr 12, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 89. HR 1268. Fiscal 2005 Supplemental Appropriations/Vote to Waive a Point of Order Against an Amendment to Increase Funding for Veterans' Health Care by $1.98 Billion. Apr 12, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 60. S Con Res 18. Fiscal 2006 Budget Resolution/Vote to Allow the Secretary of Health and Human Services to Negotiate Cheaper Drug Prices for America's Seniors. Mar 17, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 58. S Con Res 18. Fiscal 2006 Budget Resolution/Vote to Prevent Cuts to Medicaid and Create a Bipartisan Commission to Study the Medicaid Program. Mar 17, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 57. S Con Res 18. Fiscal 2006 Budget Resolution/Vote to Express the Sense of the Senate that "the Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary, Working With a Bipartisan Group of Governors and Stakeholders, Should Make Recommendations for Changes to Medicare." Mar 17, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 56. S Con Res 18. Fiscal 2006 Budget Resolution/Vote to Increase Funding for the National Institutes of Health by $1.5 Billion. Mar 16, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 55. S Con Res 18. Fiscal 2006 Budget Resolution/Vote to Increase Funding for Veterans' Health Care and Reduce the Federal Deficit. Mar 16, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 44. S. 256. Bankruptcy/Vote on Final Passage of Republican-Sponsored Bill to Alter Federal Bankruptcy Laws. Mar 10, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 37. S. 256. Bankruptcy/Vote on Amendment to Exclude from Key Provision of S. 256, a Republican-Sponsored Bill to Alter Federal Bankruptcy Rules, Income Earned by a Debtor Within the Six-Month Period Leading Up to the Filing for Bankruptcy If the Debtor Was Laid Off or Could No Longer Engage in That Activity Due to a Medical Disability. Mar 10, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 18. S. 256. Bankruptcy/Vote Defeating Amendment to Exempt from Means Test in Bankruptcy Bill Debtors Whose Economic Distress was Caused by their Role as Caregivers to Ill or Disabled Family Members. Mar 02, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 17. S. 256. Bankruptcy/Vote on Amendment to Protect the Homes of Persons Filing for Bankruptcy Due to High Medical Bills Mar 02, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 16. S. 256. Bankruptcy/ Vote on Amendment to Exempt from Means Test in Bankruptcy Bill Debtors Whose Financial Dilemmas were Caused by Serious Medical Conditions Mar 02, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2005 House of Representatives
Roll Call 224. H.R. 2528. Appropriations/Veterans/Vote on Amendment to Increase Funding for Veterans' Programs. May 26, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 223. H. Res. 298. Appropriations/Veterans/Procedural Vote on Governing Rule for Bill Making Appropriations (Funding) for Military and Veterans' Health Care and for Military Construction and Base Closure. May 26, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 221. H.R. 1815. Defense/Procedural Vote on Motion to Recommit (Amend or Kill) Bill to Authorize Military Activities of the Defense Department. May 25, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 213. H. Res. 293. Defense/Procedural Vote on Governing Rule for Bill Authorizing Department of Defense Military Activities. May 25, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 212. H. Res. 293. Defense/Procedural Vote on Governing Rule for Bill to Authorize Department of Defense Military Activities. May 25, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 204. H.R. 810. Stem-Cell Research/Vote on Bill to Expand Embryonic Stem-Cell Research. May 24, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 190. H. Res. 287. Appropriations/Procedural Vote on Bill Making Appropriations for the Interior Department, the Environmental Protection Agency and Other Agencies for Fiscal Year 2006. May 19, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 90. S. 686. Health Care/Vote on Bill to Grant Parents of Theresa Marie Schiavo the Right to Pursue in Federal Court Their Case to Have Her Feeding Tube Re-Inserted Mar 20, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 88. H. Con. Res. 95. Budget/Vote on Final Passage of Budget Resolution for Fiscal Year 2006. Mar 17, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 87. H. Con. Res. 95. Budget/Vote on Amendment to Replace Republican-Drafted Fiscal Year 2006 Budget Resolution with Budget Reflecting Democratic Priorities. Mar 17, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 86. H.R. 1332. Health Care/Procedural Vote on Motion that the Committee on the Whole House Rise. Mar 17, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 85. H. Con. Res. 95. Budget/Vote on Amendment to Replace Republican-Drafted Budget with Budget Reflecting Priorities of Congressional Black Caucus Mar 17, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 76. H.R. 1268. Appropriations/Vote on Motion to Recommit with Instructions Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Bill to Fund U.S. Efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan and to Provide Relief to Tsunami Victims Mar 16, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 71. H.R. 1268. Appropriations/Veterans/Procedural Vote on Whether to Overrule Chair's Decision that Amendment Proposing Appropriation for Veterans' Health Administration May Not Be Considered As Part of Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Bill. Mar 15, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2004 Senate
Roll Call 145. A vote on a Democratic procedural motion to waive Senate budget rules preventing consideration of a Democratic amendment to the fiscal year 2005 Defense Authorization Act (S. 2400) to increase veterans' health care benefits. Jun 23, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 66. A procedural vote on a Republican petition to end a Democratic filibuster - extended debate -- on S. 2207, the "Pregnancy and Trauma Care Access Protection Act," a Republican-backed medical liability reform bill that would impose a $250,000 cap on pain and suffering damages tagged to medical negligence. Apr 07, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 52. Vote on passing a Democratic amendment to the fiscal year 2005 budget resolution (S.Con.Res. 95), to create a reserve fund to increase spending on Indian Health Service Clinical Services by $3.44 billion, paid for by reducing tax breaks for individuals with incomes in excess of $1 million per year. Mar 11, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 48. On passage of a Democratic amendment to the fiscal year 2005 budget resolution (S.Con.Res. 95) to boost funding for education, veterans, homeland security, and other critical domestic priorities education by $11.2 billion in additional, paid for by closing corporate tax loopholes. Mar 11, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 47. On passage of a Democratic amendment to the Senate's fiscal year 2005 budget resolution (S.Con.Res. 95) to increase spending by $60 billion from fiscal year 2005 through fiscal year 2009 to provide affordable health insurance coverage to uninsured individuals, paid for by eliminating certain corporate tax loopholes. Mar 11, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 46. On passage of a Democratic amendment to the fiscal year 2005 budget resolution (S.Con.Res 95) creating a reserve fund that would allow up to $30.5 billon in additional spending in fiscal year 2005 through fiscal year 2009 for medical research and for health services, such as tobacco cessation programs, paid for by increasing the cigarette tax to $1 per pack. Mar 11, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 39. A vote on passage of a Democratic amendment to the fiscal year 2005 budget resolution (S Con Res 95) removing language in the bill directing the Senate Finance Committee to make $14 billion in cuts to the Medicaid and Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) programs as a means to raise revenue and fund tax cuts. Mar 10, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 15. S. 2061. Medical Malpractice/Vote to Limit Debate On and Amendments To Legislation Which Would Impose Caps on Awards in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits. Feb 24, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2004 House of Representatives
Roll Call 340. A vote on passage of a Republican amendment which would ensure that no money appropriated in FY05 to fund the Commerce, Justice and State departments (H.R. 4754) would be used to promote legalization of prostitution or sex trafficking, and that no funds would be allotted to any group or organization that does not have a policy that is explicitly opposing prostitution and sex trafficking. Jul 08, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 173. A vote on a Democratic motion to send back to its drafting committee HR 4281, -- legislation allowing small business to band together as a means of lowering the cost of providing their employees with health insurance -- with instructions that the bill must not preempt state regulations regarding coverage for breast cancer, pregnancy and childbirth, and well-child OB/GYN services. May 13, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 172. Vote on passage of a Democratic substitute to the Republican-backed HR 4281, legislation designed to enable small businesses to join together to form ``associations'' that will leverage their collective buying power to get lower-cost health insurance for their employees May 13, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 166. A vote on final passage of medical malpractice liability reform legislation (HR 4280) to rein in "frivolous" lawsuits by curtailing an individual's right to sue for medical-related damages. May 12, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 165. A vote on a Democratic motion to send back to committee for redrafting medical malpractice legislation (HR 4280) to ensure that any monetary savings afforded to insurers from the bill's goal of reining in medical lawsuits would be passed onto health insurance policyholders May 12, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 163. A vote on passage of Republican legislation (HR 4279) updating "flexible spending arrangements" (FSAs), which enable individuals who have health insurance through an employee to set aside money in an employer-established benefit plan that can be used on a tax-free basis to meet their out-of-pocket health care expenses during the year. May 12, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 161. A vote on a Democratic substitute to a Republican-backed bill (HR 4279), a bill that grants further tax exemptions for employees who channel portions of their salaries into an employer-established health care fund called "flexible spending account" (FSA). May 12, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 158. A vote on a Republican-drafted resolution allowing for consideration of three health-care related bills (HR4279, HR4280, HR4281), including a bill that Democrats said would create a tax shelter for "the healthy and wealthy" to preserve tax free health care spending accounts, and in so doing add billions to the deficit over a decade. May 12, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 157. A vote on a Republican motion to order the previous question -- thus ending debate and possibility of amendment -- on adoption of the rule (H Res 638) to provide for House floor consideration of three health care related bills (HR4279, HR4280, HR4281), measures which Democrats labeled as an assault on the U.S. healthcare system. May 12, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 88. H. Con. Res. 393. Fiscal 2005 Budget Resolution/Vote on the Congressional Black Caucus' Version of the Budget Resolution Which Would Reduce Previously-Enacted Tax Cuts to Wealthy Individuals and Increase Funding for Domestic Spending Priorities such as Education and Health Care. Mar 25, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 54. H.R. 339. Food Industry Lawsuits/Vote on Final Passage of a Bill to Shield the Fast Food Industry from Lawsuits Alleging that the Consumption of Fast Food Caused Weight-Related Health Problems Among Consumers. Mar 10, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 53. H.R. 339. Food Industry Lawsuits/Vote to Maintain Consumers' Access to the Courts for Alleged Weight-Related Health Problems Caused by the Consumption of Fast Food Until the Underlying Legislation Became Law. Mar 10, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 49. H.R. 339. Food Industry Lawsuits/Vote to Preserve States' Rights to Litigate on Behalf of Consumers in Weight-Related Lawsuits Involving Alleged Violations of State Consumer Protection Laws. Mar 10, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 48. H.R. 339. Food Industry Lawsuits/Vote to Preserve States' Rights to Litigate on Behalf of Consumers in Cases Involving Alleged Deception by Corporations on Issues of Obesity. Mar 10, 2004.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2003 Senate
Roll Call 288. H.R. 2658. Fiscal 2004 Defense Appropriations/Procedural Vote to Defeat an Amendment to Redirect $1.1 Billion to Help Fight AIDS Pandemic. Jul 17, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 264. S. 11. Caps on Medical Malpractice Awards/Vote on Cloture to Shut Off Debate and Schedule a Vote on a Bill to Restrict Patients' Rights By Limiting Damages in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits. Jul 09, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 261. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Institute a Financial Means Test for the Medicare Program. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 259. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Prevent Retirees From Losing Their Drug Coverage After Passage of the Prescription Drug Bill. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 258. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Allow Medicare Beneficiaries to Purchase Supplemental Prescription Drug Coverage Through the Medigap Program. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 257. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Increase Drug Coverage for Low-Income Individuals. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 256. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Deny State-Sponsored Health Coverage to Legal Immigrant Children and Pregnant Women. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 255. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Transfer $6 Billion in Taxpayer Money to the Private Sector. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 254. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Reduce Monthly Premiums for a Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 253. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment to Expand Treatments for Medicare Patients with Cancer, Heart Disease, Alzheimer's Disease, or Diabetes. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 251. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Increase the Eligibility of Low-Income Prescription Drug Coverage. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 250. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment Designed to Close the Gap in Prescription Drug Coverage Contained in the Bill. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 248. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Require Drug Companies to Advertise Their Drugs Truthfully. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 247. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment to Encourage Community-Based Services for Disabled Individuals. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 246. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Authorize Research into the Comparative Effectiveness of Prescription Drugs. Jun 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 245. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote on a Democratic Substitute Measure to Provide a Prescription Drug Benefit Through Medicare. Jun 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 244. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Exempt Payment of Monthly Premiums When Drug Coverage Fails to Cover Any Costs of Prescription Drugs. Jun 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 241. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Incent Employers to Maintain Their Drug Plans for Retirees. Jun 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 240. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Improve Drug Coverage for the Nation's Poor. Jun 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 239. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Speed Implementation of the Prescription Drug Bill. Jun 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 238. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment to Provide a Medicare Drug Benefit In Areas Where Private Insurers Are Not Offering Prescription Drug Coverage. Jun 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 236. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment Designed to Eliminate All Gaps in Prescription Drug Coverage. Jun 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 235. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote Table (Kill) an Amendment to Prevent Prescription Drug Price Discrimination Against Americans. Jun 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 234. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment to Extend the Enrollment Period and Allow Seniors to Choose Which Form of Prescription Drug Coverage Best Suits Their Needs. Jun 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 233. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment to Expand the Definition of "Out-of-Pocket" Expenditures on Prescription Drugs to Prevent Gaps in Coverage. Jun 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 232. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Allow Importation of Canadian Drugs if Those Drugs are Certified as Safe. Jun 20, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 229. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Cap Private Prescription Drug Premiums. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 227. S. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Provide Seniors' with a Prescription Drug Benefit Through Medicare. Jun 18, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 219. S. 14. Energy Policy/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment Designed to Safeguard Indian Tribes From Environmentally- Damaging Fallout From Energy Projects Undertaken on Indian Lands. Jun 11, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 183. H.R. 1298. Global AIDS Relief/Vote to Provide AIDS Relief Funding to Caribbean Nations. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 182. H.R. 1298. Global AIDS Relief/Vote to Assist Individuals Caring for Orphaned Children Whose Parents Have Died From AIDS. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 181. H.R. 1298. Global AIDS Relief/Vote to Require the Bush Administration to Purchase AIDS Drugs at the Lowest Possible Price. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 180. H.R. 1298. Global AIDS Relief/Vote to Eliminate Requirement that One-Third of AIDS Relief Funding Be Used For Abstinence Programs. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 177. H.R. 1298. Global AIDS Relief/Vote to Contribute Funding to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, a Humanitarian Aid Group. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 169. S. 1054. Tax Reductions/Procedural Vote Against an Amendment Designed to Provide a Tax Credit for Individuals Who Are Caring For a Family Member With a Chronic Disease. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 167. S. 1054. Tax Reductions/Procedural Vote to Defeat a Democratic Measure Designed to Stimulate the Economy by Providing Assistance to Workers and Low-Income Individuals. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 162. S. 1054. Tax Reductions/Procedural Vote to Defeat a Substitute Measure Designed to Stimulate the Economy by Providing Assistance to Workers and Low-Income Individuals. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 159. S. 1054. Tax Reductions/Procedural Vote to Defeat an Amendment Designed to Delay the Enactment of Tax Cuts Until a Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit Could Be Enacted. May 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 118. S 762. Fiscal 2003 War Supplemental/Vote to Eliminate Funding for Farmers, AIDS Research, and All Other Non- Defense Spending Contained in Bill. Apr 03, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 108. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Passage of a Budget Resolution Which Contains, Among Other Items, $350 Billion in Tax Cuts Which Disproportionately Benefit Wealthy Individuals. Mar 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 104. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote to Reduce the Amount of Tax Cuts Contained in the Bill In Order to Increase Funding to Combat the Global AIDS Pandemic. Mar 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 89. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote to Pare Back the Amount of Tax Cuts Contained in the Bill In Order to Reduce the Disparity Between Medicare Reimbursement Rates for Rural and Urban Hospitals. Mar 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 87. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote to Reduce the Amount of Tax Cuts Contained in the Bill In Order to Improve Indian Health Services. Mar 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 83. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote on Democratic Substitute Measure Which Contains Comparatively Fewer Tax Reductions and More Funding for Education, Homeland Security, and Prescription Drugs for Seniors Than Republican Version. Mar 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 82. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote to Insure that All Health Plans Offer Seniors Some Form of Prescription Drug Coverage. Mar 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 81. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote to Improve Access to Military Health Care for National Guardsmen. Mar 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 74. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote to Reduce the Amount of Tax Cuts Contained in the Bill In Order to Improve Benefits for Veterans. Mar 21, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 72. S. Con. Res. 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote to Provide a Tax Credit for Individuals Who Are Caring For a Family Member With a Chronic Disease. Mar 21, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 63. S Con Res 23. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote to Reduce the Amount of Tax Cuts Contained in the Bill In Order to Provide Seniors' With a Prescription Drug Benefit. Mar 20, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 21. H.J. Res 2. Fiscal 2003 Omnibus Appropriations/Procedural Vote to Defeat an Amendment Designed to Extend Those Medicare Benefits for Seniors That Are Scheduled to Expire at the End of Fiscal Year 2002. Jan 23, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 20. H.J. Res 2. Fiscal 2003 Omnibus Appropriations/Vote to Improve Minority Health Services and Increase Funding for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Programs. Jan 23, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 7. H.J. Res 2. Fiscal 2003 Omnibus Appropriations/Vote to Restore Funding for Education, Medicare, Medicaid, and Other Domestic Programs That Had Been Cut in Republican-Drafted Bill. Jan 17, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 6. H.J. Res 2. Fiscal 2003 Omnibus Appropriations/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment to Restore Funding for State and Local Anti-Drug Programs. Jan 17, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2003 House of Representatives
Roll Call 670. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to End Debate on the Final Version of Prescription Drug Legislation. Nov 22, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 669. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote on Final Passage of a Conference Report on Prescription Drug Legislation. Nov 22, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 668. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Conference Report on Prescription Drug Legislation With Instructions that the Measure Be Amended to Allow the Importation of Prescription Drugs from Canada. Nov 22, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 666. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Allow Consideration of the Conference Report on Prescription Drug Legislation. Nov 21, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 665. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Allow Consideration of the Conference Report on Prescription Drug Legislation. Nov 21, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 660. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Allow Same-Day Consideration of a Rule Governing Debate on the Prescription Drug Conference Report. Nov 21, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 659. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Allow the Consideration of a Rule Governing Debate on the Prescription Drug Conference Report. Nov 21, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 650. H R 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Sixth and Final Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Drop Provisions in the Conference Report Which Would Allow Private Health Plans to Compete Directly With Medicare by 2010. Nov 20, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 637. H R 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Fifth of Six Votes to Instruct House Conferees to Drop Provisions in the Conference Report Which Would Allow Private Health Plans to Compete Directly With Medicare by 2010. Nov 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 624. H R 2673. Fiscal 2004 Omnibus Appropriations/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Include Provisions in the Omnibus Conference Report Which Would Allow the Importation of Less-Expensive Canadian Prescription Drugs Into the United States. Nov 18, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 619. H R 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Fourth of Six Votes to Instruct House Conferees to Drop Provisions in the Conference Report Which Would Allow Private Health Plans to Compete Directly With Medicare by 2010. Nov 07, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 615. H.R.1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Third of Six Votes to Instruct House Conferees to Drop Provisions in the House Bill Which Would Allow Private Health Plans to Compete Directly With Medicare by 2010. Nov 06, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 599. H.R.1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Second of Six Votes to Instruct House Conferees to Drop Provisions in the House Bill Which Would Allow Private Health Plans to Compete Directly With Medicare by 2010. Oct 30, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 573. H.R.1. Prescription Drug Benefit/First of Six Votes to Instruct House Conferees to Drop Provisions in the House Bill Which Would Allow Private Health Plans to Compete Directly With Medicare by 2010. Oct 28, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 542. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Strike Health Savings Accounts From the Conference Committee Version of the Prescription Drug Bill. Oct 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 534. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Create Income Thresholds Which Would Dictate the Amount of Health Coverage Individuals' Receive. Oct 07, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 533. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Strike Health Savings Accounts From the Conference Committee Version of the Prescription Drug Bill. Oct 07, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 528. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Adopt Senate Language Which Insures Drug Coverage For All Seniors During Conference Committee Negotiations. Oct 01, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 524. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Adopt Senate Language Which Insures Drug Coverage For All Seniors During Conference Committee Negotiations. Sep 30, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 522. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Adopt Senate Language Which Insures Drug Coverage For All Seniors During Conference Committee Negotiations. Sep 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 510. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Adopt Senate Language Which Insures Drug Coverage For All Seniors During Conference Committee Negotiations. Sep 23, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 502. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Adopt Senate Language Which Insures Drug Coverage For All Seniors During Conference Committee Negotiations. Sep 10, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 455. H.R. 2861. Fiscal 2004 VA-HUD Appropriations/Vote to Fully-Fund a Program Which Provides Shelter and Transitional Housing Arrangements to the Homeless. Jul 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 450. H.R. 2861. Fiscal 2004 VA-HUD Appropriations/Vote on Rules of Debate on a Bill to Provide Funding for Veterans' Programs and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Jul 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 445. H.R. 2427. Importation of Prescription Drugs/Vote to Allow the Importation of Less-Expensive Prescription Drugs. Jul 24, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 426. H.R. 2800. Fiscal 2004 Foreign Operations Appropriations/Vote to Transfer $75 Million in the Spending Bill from Counter-Narcotics Missions in Colombia to Programs to Combat the Global Spread of AIDS. Jul 23, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 425. H.R. 2800. Fiscal 2004 Foreign Operations Appropriations/Vote to Add $300 Million in the Spending Bill for AIDS Programs. Jul 23, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 424. H.R. 2800. Fiscal 2004 Foreign Operations Appropriations/Vote to Grant the Minority Party More Leeway in Offering Amendments and Debating Provisions in the Bill. Jul 23, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 423. H.R. 2800. Fiscal 2004 Foreign Operations Appropriations/Vote to Grant the Minority Party More Leeway in Offering Amendments and Debating Provisions in the Bill. Jul 23, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 420. H.R. 2799. Fiscal 2004 Commerce, Justice, State Appropriations/Vote to Prevent the Federal Government from Interfering With State Laws that have Decriminalized the Use of Medical Marijuana. Jul 23, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 365. H.R. 1950. State Department Authorization/Vote to Reduce U.S. Contributions to the United Nations. Jul 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 362. H.R. 1950. State Department Authorization/Vote to Deny U.S. Aid to an International Family Planning and Health Organization. Jul 15, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 359. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Adopt Senate Language Which Insures Drug Coverage For All Seniors During Conference Committee Negotiations. Jul 14, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 348. H.R. 2660. Fiscal 2004 Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations/Protest Vote Against Spending Bill Which Fails to Fully-Fund Education and Other Domestic Programs. Jul 10, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 347. H.R. 2660. Fiscal 2004 Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations/Protest Vote Against Spending Bill Which Fails to Fully-Fund Education and Other Domestic Programs. Jul 10, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 332. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote on Final Passage of a Bill to Provide Seniors With Drug Coverage Through the Private Sector Rather Than Through the Medicare Program. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 331. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill to Provide Seniors With Drug Coverage Through the Private Sector Rather Than Through the Medicare Program. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 330. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote on Democratic Substitute Bill Which Would Provide Prescription Drug Coverage Though the Medicare Program (Rather Than the Private Sector) and Would Not Contain Any Gaps In Drug Coverage. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 328. H.R. 2596. Medical Savings Accounts/Vote to Make Prescription Drugs More Affordable By Creating Tax Incentives to Encourage Individuals to Save in Anticipation of Future Health Care Needs. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 322. H.R. 1, H.R. 2596. Prescription Drug Benefit and Medical Savings Accounts/Vote on Rules of Debate on Two Bills: One Would Create a Voluntary, Privately-Run Prescription Drug Benefit for Medicare Beneficiaries and the Other Would Create Medical Savings Accounts. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 321. H.R. 1, H.R. 2596. Prescription Drug Benefit and Medical Savings Accounts/Vote to Allow Consideration of Two Bills: One Would Create a Voluntary, Privately-Run Prescription Drug Benefit for Medicare Beneficiaries and the Other Would Create Medical Savings Accounts. Jun 26, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 296. H.R. 660. Health Plans for Small Businesses/Passage of a Bill Which Would Exempt Small Businesses from State Laws Regulating the Quality of Employee Health Plans. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 295. H.R. 660. Health Plans for Small Businesses/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill Which Would Exempt Small Businesses from State Laws Regulating the Quality of Employee Health Plans. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 294. H.R. 660. Health Plans for Small Businesses/Vote on Democratic Substitute Bill Which Would Provide Employees of Small Businesses with Similar Health Protections as Those Offered in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Plan, a Comprehensive Health Plan for Federal Workers. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 293. H.R. 1528. Tax Filing Changes/Vote on Final Passage of a Bill to Streamline Tax Collection Which Would Weaken Health Protections for Unemployed Workers. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 292. H.R. 1528. Tax Filing Changes/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill to Streamline Tax Collection Which Would Weaken Health Protections for Unemployed Workers. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 291. H.R. 1528. Tax Filing Changes/Vote on Democratic Substitute Bill to Streamline Tax Collection Which Would Maintain Health Protections for the Unemployed, Expand the Child Tax Credit to Low-Income Families, and Revoke Tax Breaks to U.S. Firms That Relocate Overseas. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 290. H.R. 660. Health Plans for Small Businesses/Vote on Rules of Debate on a Bill Which Would Exempt Small Businesses from State Laws Regulating the Quality of Employee Health Plans. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 289. H.R. 660. Health Plans for Small Businesses/Vote to Allow Consideration of a Bill Which Would Exempt Small Businesses from State Laws Regulating the Quality of Employee Health Plans. Jun 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 157. H.R. 1298. Global AIDS Relief/Vote to Require One-Third of AIDS Relief Funding Be Used for Abstinence Programs. May 01, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 156. H.R. 1298. Global AIDS Relief/Vote to Reduce Funding for Global AIDS Relief Efforts. May 01, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 155. H.R. 1298. Global AIDS Relief/Vote to Restrict Funding for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, a Humanitarian Aid Group. May 01, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 138. H.R. 6. Energy Plan/Vote to Eliminate Funding for Environmentally-Damaging Methods of Uranium Extraction. Apr 10, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 81. H Con Res 95. Fiscal 2004 Budget Resolution/Vote on a Democratic Substitute Measure Which Eliminated Tax Cuts for Wealthy Individuals and Increased Spending for Medicare and Prescription Drugs. Mar 20, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 39. HR 534. Human Cloning Ban/Passage of a Bill to Ban Human Cloning and Potentially Life-Saving Research on Human Embryos. Feb 27, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 38. HR 534. Human Cloning Ban/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill to Ban Human Cloning and Potentially Life-Saving Research on Human Embryos. Feb 27, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 37. HR 534. Human Cloning Ban/Vote on a Substitute Measure to Ban Human Cloning But Allow Potentially Life-Saving Research on Human Embryos. Feb 27, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 18. H J Res 18. Continuing Resolution/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Continuing Resolution to Extend Government Funding at Previous Year's Level with Committee Instructions to Increase Medicare Reimbursement Rates at Rural Hospitals. Feb 05, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 17. H J Res 2. Fiscal 2003 Appropriations/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Adopt Highest Possible Funding Levels for Veterans' Medical Care, Homeland Security, Education, and Health Programs During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Jan 29, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2002 Senate
Roll Call 200. S 812. Prescription Drugs/Cloture Vote to Promote the Development of Generic (Less Expensive) Drugs. Jul 31, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 199. S 812. Prescription Drugs/Vote to Provide Poor Senior Citizens with a Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit. Jul 31, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 197. S 812. Prescription Drugs/Vote to Restrict Patients' Abilities to Bring Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Against Negligent Doctors. Jul 30, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 189. S 812. Prescription Drugs/Vote on GOP Version of Prescription Drug Bill Which Would Provide Seniors a Drug Discount Card In Lieu of a Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit. Jul 24, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 187. S 812. Prescription Drugs/Vote to Offer Seniors' a Prescription Drug Benefit Through Unregulated Private Insurance Plans Rather than Medicare. Jul 23, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 186. S 812. Prescription Drugs/Vote to Provide All Seniors with a Prescription Drug Benefit Through Medicare. Jul 23, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 182. S 812. Prescription Drugs/Vote to Allow States to Purchase Prescription Drugs in Bulk to Reduce Costs to Both Patients and Healthcare Providers. Jul 18, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 179. S 812. Prescription Drugs/Vote to Allow Importation of Less-Expensive but Identical Prescription Drugs from Canada. Jul 17, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 141. HR 4775. Supplemental Appropriations/Vote to Contribute Funds to Combat the AIDS Pandemic. Jun 06, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2002 House of Representatives
Roll Call 473. H J Res 124. Continuing Appropriations for 2003/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill to Fund Government at Previous Year's Levels Rather than Find Compromise Solution on New Spending Priorities. Nov 13, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 440. Sense of the House Resolution /Vote to Table (Kill) a Measure Expressing the Sense of the House that Congress Should Repeal Funding Cuts to Hospitals that Serve Low-Income Patients. Oct 03, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 434. Sense of the House Resolution/Vote to Table (Kill) a Measure Expressing the Sense of the House that Congress Should Speed the Approval Process of Generic (Less Expensive) Drugs. Oct 02, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 421. H.R. 4600. Medical Malpractice Awards/Passage of Bill to Restrict Patients' Abilities to Bring Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Against Negligent Doctors. Sep 26, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 420. H.R. 4600. Medical Malpractice Awards/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill to Restrict Patients' Abilities to Bring Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Against Negligent Doctors. Sep 26, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 419. H.R. 4600. Medical Malpractice Awards/Vote on Rules of Debate for a Bill to Restrict Patients' Abilities to Bring Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Against Negligent Doctors. Sep 26, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 412. H.R. 4691. Abortion Service Refusals/Passage of a Bill Which Jeopardizes Abortion Rights By Allowing Both Health Care Providers to Refuse to Perform an Abortion and Insurance Companies to Reject Payment for Abortions. Sep 25, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 411. H.R. 4691. Abortion Service Refusals/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill Which Jeopardizes Abortion Rights By Allowing Both Health Care Providers to Refuse to Perform an Abortion and Insurance Companies to Reject Payment for Abortions. Sep 25, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 410. H.R. 4691. Abortion Service Refusals/Vote on Rules of Debate on a Bill Which Jeopardizes Abortion Rights By Allowing Both Health Care Providers to Refuse to Perform an Abortion and Insurance Companies to Reject Payment for Abortions. Sep 25, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 351. H.R. 4946. Long-Term Health Care/Motion to Suspend House Rules and Pass a Bill to Provide Tax Breaks to Wealthy Seniors Enrolled in Long-Term Health Plans. Jul 25, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 282. HR 4954. Prescription Drug Coverage/Final Passage of Bill to Offer Seniors' a Prescription Drug Benefit Through Unregulated Private Insurance Plans Rather than Medicare. Jun 27, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 281. HR 4954. Prescription Drug Coverage/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill to Offer Seniors' a Prescription Drug Benefit Through Unregulated Private Insurance Plans Rather than Medicare. Jun 27, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 280. HR 4954. Prescription Drug Coverage/Vote on Rules of Debate on a Bill to Offer Seniors' a Prescription Drug Benefit Through Unregulated Private Insurance Plans Rather than Medicare. Jun 27, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative

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