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Housing
Progressive/ Conservative Stance
Winning Side
2012 House of Representatives
Roll Call 42. (H.R. 3581) On passage of a bill changing the way costs are estimated for federal programs providing loans and other forms of credit Feb 07, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 41. (H.R. 3581) On an amendment to exempt loan programs for veterans and students from new accounting methods that would increase the programs’ estimated costs Feb 07, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 40. (H.R. 3581) On an amendment to establish a commission to study accounting methods that Congress could use to estimate the cost of federal credit programs Feb 07, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 39. (H.Res. 539) On a resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to legislation changing the way costs are estimated for federal programs providing loans and other forms of credit Feb 07, 2012.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2011 Senate
Roll Call 185. (H.R. 2112) On an amendment that would prohibit city and state governments from using federal grants to repay loans from the federal government for city or state projects Oct 20, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 184. (H.R. 2112) On an amendment that would have eliminated federal subsidies for housing units (for low-income residents) for which landlords had been cited for “life-threatening” deficiencies Oct 20, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 180. (H.R. 2112) On an amendment that would increase the amount that the Federal Housing Administration can insure on a home mortgage from $625,000 to $730,000 Oct 20, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 179. (H.R. 2112) On an amendment that would have limited taxpayer liability for the federal government’s takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (government-sponsored enterprises charged with expanding the home mortgage market) to $200 billion Oct 20, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2011 House of Representatives
Roll Call 554. (H.R. 1309) On an amendment that would have prohibited lenders from requiring homeowners to purchase flood insurance in an amount greater than the outstanding principal balance of a home loan Jul 12, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 397. (H.R. 2017) On an amendment that would prohibit funding provided by a Homeland Security bill from being allocated to over 300 community organizations which supporters of the amendment contended had some affiliation with ACORN. (ACORN was a coalition of community-based groups that advocated on behalf of the poor which had come under fire from conservatives who had alleged that the group had perpetrated voter fraud.) Jun 02, 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 198. (H.R. 839) Final passage of legislation eliminating the Home Assistance Modification Program (HAMP), which helped homeowners facing foreclosure to modify their home mortgage loans. Mar 29, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 197. (H.R. 893) On a motion that would have enabled people currently serving in the military and families of those who died while serving in the armed forces to benefit from a program which helped homeowners facing foreclosure to modify their home mortgage loans. Mar 29, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 196. (H.R. 839) On an amendment that would have listed the number of home mortgages in each state that were modified by the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP). HAMP was a federal initiative that helped homeowners facing foreclosure to modify their home mortgage loans. Mar 29, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 195. (H.R. 839) On an amendment that would have required the Treasury Department to carry out a study identifying which aspects of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) were successful. HAMP was a federal initiative that helped homeowners facing foreclosure to modify their home mortgage loans. Mar 29, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 194. (H.R. 839) On an amendment detailing a number of Republican criticisms of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), a federal initiative which Republicans sought to eliminate—and which helped homeowners facing foreclosure to modify their home mortgage loans. For example, the amendment noted that while the program was intended to help 3 to 4 million homeowners, only 607,600 mortgage modifications had been made thus far. Mar 29, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 188. (H.R. 861) Final passage of legislation eliminating the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, which provided state and local governments and non-profit organizations with funding to redevelop or demolish foreclosed homes. Mar 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 187. (H.R. 861) On a motion that would have allowed the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) to continue operating for the purposes of renovating abandoned properties in rural communities. The NSP provided state and local governments and non-profit organizations with funding to redevelop or demolish foreclosed homes. Mar 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 186. (H.R. 861) On an amendment that would have listed the number of vacant homes in each state that were eligible to be rehabilitated or demolished under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, which provided state and local governments and non-profit organizations with funding to redevelop or demolish foreclosed homes. Mar 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 185. (H.R. 861) On an amendment that would have required a study to be conducted determining the number of foreclosed and abandoned homes that would not be purchased or rehabilitated in each congressional district as a result of terminating the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). The NSP provided state and local governments and non-profit organizations with funding to redevelop or demolish foreclosed homes. Mar 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 184. (H.R. 861) On an amendment that would have required the Department of Housing and Urban Development to inform all recipients of funding from the Neighborhood Stabilization Program that the program had been terminated. The Neighborhood Stabilization Program provided state and local governments with funding to redevelop or demolish foreclosed homes. Mar 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 183. (H.R. 861) On an amendment stating that the Neighborhood Stabilization Program helped local communities hurt by home foreclosures, and supported employment in those communities. The Neighborhood Stabilization Program provided state and local governments with funding to redevelop or demolish foreclosed homes. Mar 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 182. (H.R. 861) On a motion that would have effectively preserved a federal program that provided states and local governments with funding to redevelop or demolish foreclosed homes by killing legislation that would have eliminated the program. Mar 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 181. (H.R. 861, H.R. 839) Legislation eliminating a federal program that provided states and local governments with funding to redevelop or demolish foreclosed homes, as well as a separate bill eliminating a program intended to help homeowners facing foreclosure to modify their home mortgage loans – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to both bills Mar 16, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 174. (H.R. 836) Final passage of legislation eliminating a federal program which provided a maximum of $50,000 in subsidized loans to homeowners who were at least three months delinquent on their home mortgages as a result of unemployment Mar 11, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 173. (H.R. 836) On a motion that would have enabled veterans and those serving in the military to benefit from a program which provided a maximum of $50,000 in subsidized loans to homeowners who were at least three months delinquent on their home mortgages as a result of unemployment. Mar 11, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 172. (H.R. 836) On an amendment that would have required the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to announce on its web site of the termination of a federal program which provided a maximum of $50,000 in subsidized loans to homeowners who were at least three months delinquent on their home mortgages as a result of unemployment. The amendment also required HUD to instruct the public to contact their members of Congress for assistance if they were unable to pay their home mortgages. Mar 11, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 171. (H.R. 830) Final passage of legislation eliminating a program enabling homeowners to refinance their home mortgages if, as a result of plummeting housing prices, their mortgage debt exceeded the value of their home. Mar 10, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 170. (H.R. 830) On a motion that would have enabled seniors to continue to benefit from a home loan refinancing program which helped homeowners to refinance their home mortgages if, as a result of plummeting housing prices, their mortgage debt exceeded the value of their home. Mar 10, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 169. (H.R. 830) On an amendment requiring the Department of Housing and Urban Development to post on its website a note stating that individuals seeking help with their home mortgages should contact their member of Congress. Mar 10, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 168. (H.R. 830) On an amendment that would have allowed the Federal Housing Administration to facilitate voluntary home loan refinancing agreements between lenders and homeowners. Mar 10, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 166. (H.R. 830) Legislation eliminating a federal home loan refinancing program – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Mar 09, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 165. (H.R. 830) Legislation eliminating a federal home loan refinancing program – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Mar 09, 2011.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2010 Senate
Roll Call 192. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs) Isakson of Georgia amendment that would that would extend a deadline for homebuyers to claim a first-time homebuyer tax credit, paid for with unspent stimulus money/On agreeing to the amendment Jun 16, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 191. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs) Reid of Nevada amendment that would extend a deadline for homebuyers to claim a first-time homebuyer tax credit, paid for by eliminating a corporate tax benefit/On agreeing to the amendment Jun 16, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 189. HR 4213. (Extending expiring programs) Franken of Minnesota amendment that would create a homeowners advocate office inside the Treasury Department to help consumers with housing problems/On agreeing to the amendment Jun 15, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 148. S 3217. (Overhaul of financial regulations) Sessions of Alabama amendment that would prohibit the Federal Reserve from using its emergency authority to fund insolvent entities, thereby forcing those firms to enter bankruptcy proceedings/On agreeing to the amendment May 13, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 146. S 3217. (Overhaul of financial regulations) Franken of Minnesota amendment that would require certain kinds of investment vehicles to have initial credit ratings assigned by a newly-created, independent board/On agreeing to the amendment May 13, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 140. S 3217. (Overhaul of financial regulations) McCain of Arizona amendment that would end the federal government’s direct control over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac within 30 days of the bill becoming law/On agreeing to the amendment May 11, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 139. S 3217. (Overhaul of financial regulations) Dodd of Connecticut amendment that would require a study on ending direct federal control over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac/On agreeing to the amendment May 11, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 135. S 3217. (Overhaul of financial regulations) Ensign of Nevada amendment that would restrict government-sponsored enterprises to the same size as those imposed on financial institutions/On agreeing to the amendment May 06, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 133. S 3217. (Overhaul of financial regulations) Shelby of Alabama amendment that would replace consumer protection language in a financial overhaul bill with a provision that would grant the FDIC authority over large mortgage originators other than banks/On agreeing to the amendment May 06, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2010 House of Representatives
Roll Call 655. (H.R. 5510) Final passage of legislation that would have allowed the Treasury Department to provide financial assistance to non-profit organizations that offer legal assistance to homeowners who were facing foreclosure Dec 17, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 573. (H.R. 3808) On overriding the president’s veto of legislation requiring courts to recognize out-of-state notaries (notaries performed outside of the state where the court is located) Nov 17, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 499. (H.R. 5850) Final passage of legislation providing roughly $67 billion for programs operated by the departments of Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development in 2011 Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 493. (H.R. 5850) On an amendment to a transportation, housing, and urban affairs bill that would have cut $18.6 billion from programs operated by the departments of Transportation and Housing and Urban Development Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 492. (H.R. 5850) On an amendment to a transportation, housing, and urban affairs bill that would have cut $10.5 billion from programs operated by the departments of Transportation and Housing and Urban Development Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 490. (H.R. 5850) On an amendment to a transportation, housing, and urban affairs bill that would have cut $12.4 billion from programs operated by the departments of Transportation and Housing and Urban Development Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 489. (H.R. 5850) On an amendment to transportation, housing, and urban affairs legislation that would have cut $1.8 billion from programs operated by the departments of Transportation and Housing and Urban Development Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 488. (H.R. 5850) On an amendment that would have eliminated a $40 million initiative for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to provide technical assistance for states, cities, and nonprofit organizations for using HUD funding effectively Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 485. (H.R. 5850) Legislation providing approximately $67 billion for programs operated by the departments of Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development in 2011 – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 484. (H.R. 5850) Legislation providing roughly $67 billion for programs relating to transportation, housing, and urban development in 2011 – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Jul 29, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 350. (H.R. 5072) On an amendment to housing legislation that would have prohibited the federal government’s mortgage insurance program from insuring a mortgage on a home worth more than $500,000. Jun 10, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 349. (H.R. 5072) On an amendment to housing legislation that would have capped the number of new mortgage loans provided to borrowers under the federal government’s mortgage insurance program at 10 percent of the total number of private-market home loans given each year. Jun 10, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 348. (H.R. 5072) On an amendment to housing legislation that would have required homeowners receiving mortgages from private lenders participating in the federal government’s mortgage insurance program to make a 5% down payment on their home. Jun 10, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 340. (H.R. 5072) Legislation authorizing the Department of Housing and Urban Development to raise the maximum premium paid by homeowners under the federal government’s mortgage insurance program – on the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill. Jun 09, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 339. (H.R. 5072) Legislation authorizing the Department of Housing and Urban Development to raise the maximum premium paid by homeowners under the federal government’s mortgage insurance program – on bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill. Jun 09, 2010.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2009 Senate
Roll Call 287. HR 3288. (Fiscal 2010 transportation and housing spending bill) On passing a $122 billion bill that funds federal transportation and housing programs in fiscal 2010/On passing the bill Sep 17, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 286. HR 3288. (Fiscal 2010 transportation and housing spending) Motion to take back unspent economic stimulus funding that is duplicated in the fiscal 2010 transportation and housing spending bill/On the motion Sep 17, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 283. HR 3288. (Fiscal 2010 transportation and housing spending) Vitter of Louisiana amendment on New Orleans housing restrictions/On agreeing to the amendment Sep 17, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 282. HR 3288. (Fiscal 2010 transportation and housing spending) Motion to rewrite the bill to reduce funding by $12.7 billion/On the motion Sep 16, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 250. HR 3357. (Solvency of federal trust funds) Ensign of Nevada amendment that would use $7.5 billion in unspent economic stimulus funding to replenish the unemployment trust fund/On agreeing to the amendment Jul 30, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 183. S 896. (Housing loans modification) Motion to preserve an amendment that would create a program to sell federal properties that were not being used/On the motion May 06, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 182. S 896. (Housing loans modification) Kerry of Massachusetts amendment that would allow tenants in foreclosed buildings remain in their homes for the duration of their leases, or for 90 days if they didn’t have a lease/On agreeing to the amendment May 06, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 179. S 896. (Housing loans modification) Thune of South Dakota amendment that would prohibit the Treasury Department from reusing funds returned by financial institutions as part of the housing bailout/On agreeing to the amendment May 05, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 178. S 896. (Housing loans modification) Corker of Tennessee amendment that would require lenders participating in mortgage modification programs to consider all mitigation efforts before they can qualify for protection from investor lawsuits/On agreeing to the amendment May 05, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 177. S 896. (Housing loans modification) Vitter of Louisiana amendment that would establish that the Federal Housing Administration’s primary responsibility is to maintain its own solvency/On agreeing to the amendment May 04, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 174. S 896. (Housing loans modification) Durbin of Illinois amendment that would allow bankruptcy judges to reduce principal and interest rates on certain mortgages/On agreeing to the amendment Apr 30, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 134. S Con Res 13. (Fiscal 2010 budget resolution) Vitter of Louisiana amendment that would provide for the remaining mortgage buyout money be recovered, except for $100 billion/On agreeing to the amendment Apr 02, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 133. S Con Res 13. (Fiscal 2010 budget resolution) Reed of Rhode Island amendment that would allow for legislation stipulating that the remaining money set aside by the stimulus law for mortgage relief would be used to help save homes and small businesses/On agreeing to the amendment Apr 02, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2009 House of Representatives
Roll Call 931. (H.R.3288) Legislation providing fiscal year 2010 funding for the Department of Transportation and for the Department of Housing and Urban Development - - on a motion to instruct the House representatives to the House-Senate conference on the bill Dec 08, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 637. (H.R.3288) On passage of the bill providing fiscal year 2010 funding bill for the Departments of Housing and Urban Development, and Transportation Jul 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 636. (H.R.3288) Legislation providing fiscal year 2010 funding for the Departments of Housing and Urban Development, and Transportation - - on a motion to send the bill back to committee to reduce all spending figures to the amounts requested by the Obama Administration Jul 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 626. (H.R. 3288) On the Stearns of Florida, which would have reduced the fiscal year 2010 funding for the Departments of Housing and Urban Development, and Transportation by 25% Jul 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 625. (H.R. 3288) On the Neugebauer of Texas amendment, which would have reduced the fiscal year 2010 funding for the Departments of Housing and Urban Development, and Transportation by $13.5 billion Jul 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 624. (H.R. 3288) On the Jordan of Ohio amendment, which would have reduced the fiscal year 2010 funding for the Departments of Housing and Urban Development, and Transportation by $20 billion Jul 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 623. (H.R. 3288) On the Blackburn of Tennessee amendment, which would have made a 5% across-the-board cut in the fiscal year 2010 funding, not otherwise required by law, for the Departments of Housing and Urban Development, and Transportation Jul 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 620. (H.R. 3288) On the Hensarling of Texas amendment, which would have eliminated $250 million in funding from a HUD program that provides grants to local housing authorities to construct, rehabilitate and transform distressed public housing units into mixed-income communities Jul 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 617. (H.Res. 669) Legislation providing fiscal year 2010 funding for the Departments of Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development - - on the resolution setting the terms for debating the bill Jul 23, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 242. (H.R. 1729) On passage of legislation was designed to help ensure that lenders only make loans that borrowers will be able to repay May 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 241. On the McHenry of North Carolina amendment to exempt “high-cost mortgage loans” from the coverage of the bill designed to help ensure that lenders only make loans that borrowers will be able to repay May 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 240. (H.R. 1728) On the Price of Georgia amendment that would have required the Federal Reserve Board to certify that legislation, designed to help ensure that lenders only make loans borrowers will be able to repay, will not reduce the availability or increase the price of credit for qualified mortgages. May 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 239. (H.R. 1728)On the Hensarling of Texas amendment that would have deleted the provisions in the Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending Act that make those who either purchase mortgages after they are originated, or package them into securities, liable for deceptive practices engaged in during the original marketing of the mortgage loan May 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 237. (H.Res. 406) A bill to help ensure that lenders only make loans that borrowers will be able to repay - - on a resolution setting the terms for continued consideration of the bill May 07, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 104. (H.R.1106) On passage of a bill designed to prevent mortgage foreclosures and increase the availability of mortgage credit. Mar 05, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 103. (H.R. 1106) On a motion to send back to committee a bill designed to prevent mortgage foreclosures and increase the availability of mortgage credit. Mar 05, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 100. (H.R. 1106) On the Lofgren of California amendment to expand the ability of bankruptcy judges to adjust home mortgages, which was offered to a bill designed to prevent mortgage foreclosures and increase the availability of mortgage credit. Mar 05, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 97. (H. Res. 205) Legislation intended to reduce the number of mortgage foreclosures and increase the availability of mortgage credit - - on passage of the resolution setting the terms for debate of the bill Mar 05, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 89. (H.Res. 190) Legislation designed to slow home foreclosures and revive the housing market during the severe economic downturn - - on the resolution setting the terms for debating the legislation Feb 26, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 88. (H.Res. 190) Legislation designed to slow home foreclosures and revive the housing market during the severe economic downturn - - on the motion to bring the resolution setting the terms for considering the legislation to an immediate vote Feb 26, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 27. H J Res 3. (Resolution nullifying part of the financial bailout money) On passing a resolution that would prevent the release of $350 billion in financial bailout money/On the resolution Jan 22, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 26. HR 384. (Mortgage-backed securities buyout conditions) On passing a bill to set certain conditions on the use of $350 billion allocated to buy certain mortgage assets/On passing the bill Jan 21, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 25. HR 384. (Mortgage-backed securities buyout conditions) Motion to rewrite a mortgage bailout bill to add language requiring a plan to be developed to repay all assistance provided under the bill/On the motion Jan 21, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 24. HR 384. (Mortgage-backed securities buyout conditions) Motion to kill an attempt to appeal the chairman’s ruling on whether a bill should be rewritten to add language transferring money into Social Security trust funds/On the motion Jan 21, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 21. HR 384. (Mortgage-backed securities buyout conditions) Bachmann of Minnesota amendment that would eliminate proposed changes to and additional funding for a homeowners program/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 15, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 20. HR 384. (Mortgage-backed securities buyout conditions) Hensarling of Texas amendment that would remove the authority for the Treasury Department to attend meetings of the board of directors of institutions receiving bailout money /On agreeing to the amendment Jan 15, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 19. HR 384. (Mortgage-backed securities buyout conditions) Frank of Massachusetts amendment that would require some bailout money to be committed for foreclosure mitigation/On agreeing to the amendment Jan 15, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 17. H Res 53. (Mortgage-backed securities buyout conditions) Providing for consideration of a bill that would set new conditions on the use of money to purchase mortgage assets (HR 384)/On passing the bill Jan 14, 2009.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
2008 Senate
Roll Call 35. HR 3221. (Renewable energy standards) Motion to begin debating an energy efficiency bill upon which the Democratic leadership wanted to attach unrelated mortgage language/On the cloture motion Feb 28, 2008.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2007 House of Representatives
Roll Call 392. HR 1427. (Federal housing financing overhaul), Hensarling of Texas amendment to prevent affordable housing money from being transferred between funds/On agreeing to the amendment May 22, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 382. Federal housing finance overhaul (H.R. 1427)/Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) amendment to require that the amount allocated to the affordable housing fund not exceed the amount allocated in the preceding year if in that year the federal government had a budget deficit and borrowed against the Social Security trust fund May 17, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 380. Federal housing finance overhaul (H.R. 1427)/ Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.) amendment to require a study on the effects the contributions to the affordable housing fund would have on the cost of mortgages to homebuyers and suspend the program if the program served to increase the costs of mortgages May 17, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 379. Federal housing finance overhaul (H.R. 1427)/ Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) amendment to suspend contributions to the affordable housing fund if the payments contribute to an increase in mortgage costs May 17, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 378. Federal housing finance overhaul (H.R. 1427)/Rep. Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) amendment to strike a provision creating an affordable housing fund May 17, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 205. H.R. 835 (Hawaiian Homeownership Opportunity Act)/On passage Mar 28, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 192. H. Res. 269, providing for consideration of H.R. 835 (Hawaiian Homeownership Opportunity Act)/On agreeing to the resolution Mar 27, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 173. H.R. 835, Hawaiian Homeownership Opportunity Act/On motion to suspend the rules and pass Mar 21, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 170. H.R. 1227, Al Green of Texas amendment to allow low-income residents in areas affected by the 2005 Gulf Coast hurricanes to receive Section 8 housing grants/Revote on agreeing to the amendment Mar 21, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 168. H R 1227. Neugebauer of Texas Amendment to delete provision in Gulf Coast housing relief bill that would give families receiving temporary disaster vouchers Section 8 vouchers instead/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 21, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 167. Motion to allow Taylor of Mississippi to participate in floor debate for the rest of the day after a ruling that he had impugned another Member's character Mar 21, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 166. H.R. 1227, Al Green of Texas amendment to allow low-income residents in areas affected by the 2005 hurricanes along the Gulf Coast to receive Section 8 housing grants/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 20, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 165. H.R. 1227, Biggert of Illinois amendment to limit the number public house units to be rebuilt to the number that were occupied before Hurricane Katrina/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 20, 2007.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 160. H. Res. 254, Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 1227) to assist in the provision of affordable housing to low income families affected by the 2005 hurricanes that hit the Gulf Coast/On agreeing to the resolution Mar 20, 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
2005 Senate
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 34. S. 256. Bankruptcy/Vote on Amendment to Make Several Changes to Republican-Sponsored Bill to Alter Federal Bankruptcy Rules Designed to Ease the Burden of Bankruptcy Filings on Children and Families. Mar 09, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2005 House of Representatives
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 79. H. Res. 154. Budget/Procedural Vote on the Governing Rule for H. Con. Res. 95, the Bill to Set the United States Government Budget for Fiscal 2006. Mar 16, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 78. H. Res. 154. Budget/Procedural Vote to Proceed to Consideration of the Rule Governing H. Con. Res. 95, the Bill to Set the United States Government Budget for Fiscal 2006. Mar 16, 2005.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2004 House of Representatives
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
2003 House of Representatives
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 453. H.R. 2861. Fiscal 2004 VA-HUD Appropriations/Vote to Increase Funding for Low-Income Housing Vouchers; Vouchers Which Are Made Available to the Poor to Secure Housing. Jul 25, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive
Roll Call 74. HR 975. Bankruptcy Reform/Passage of a Bill to Change Bankruptcy Laws to Reduce Protections for Individual in Debt. Mar 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
Roll Call 72. HR 975. Bankruptcy Reform/Vote on a Democratic Substitute Measure Which Would Maintain Bankruptcy Protections for Individuals in Debt. Mar 19, 2003.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Conservative
2002 Senate
Roll Call 119. HR 3009. "Fast Track" Trade Bill/Vote to Table (Kill) an Amendment Designed to Provide Low-Interest Mortgage Assistance to Workers Who Suffer Adverse Affects from International Trade Agreements. May 21, 2002.
N = Progressive
Y = Conservative
Progressive

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