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President's Positions on 100th House Roll Call Votes


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h100v7TO PASS H.R. 1, THE CLEAN AIR ACT, A BILL TO AMEND AND REAUTHORIZE THE CLEAN WATER ACT OF 1972 TO PROVIDE FOR THE RENEWAL OF THE QUALITY OF THE NATION'S WATER.HR16Nay vote
Vetoed
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h100v11TO PASS HR 2, HIGHWAY REAUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROXIMATELY $90 BILLION IN FUNDS FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND SAFETY PROGRAMS, AND FOR MASS TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS IN FISCAL YEARS 1987-91.HR26Nay vote
Vetoed
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h100v12TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HJ RES 93, HOMELESS APPROPRIATION, A JOINT RESOLUTION TO MAKE $50 MILLION IN EMERGENCY FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR THE EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER PROGRAM OF THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRD6Nay vote
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h100v13TO PASS, OVER PRESIDENT REAGAN'S VETO, HR 1, THE CLEAN WATER ACT, A BILL TO AMEND AND REAUTHORIZE THE CLEAN WATER ACT OF 1972. VETO OVERRIDDEN; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
Vetoed
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h100v23TO PASS HR 558, URGENT RELIEF FOR THE HOMELESS, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE $725 MILLION OVER FOUR YEARS IN URGENTLY NEEDED FUNDS FOR THE HOMELESS.6Nay vote
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h100v28TO PASS HJ RES 175, MORATORIUM ON CONTRA AID, A JOINT RESOLUTION TO PLACE A SIX MONTH HOLD ON $40 MILLION IN AID TO THE NICARAGUAN CONTRAS DURING WHICH TIME PRESIDENT REAGAN MUST ACCOUNT FOR PREVIOUSLY PROVIDED FUNDS.HJRES1756Nay vote
3/30/1987 Senate floor actions. Status: Indefinitely postponed by Senate by Voice Vote.
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h100v32TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2, HIGHWAY REAUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE $88.6 BILLION IN AID FOR HIGHWAYS AND MASS TRANSIT PROGRAMS THROUGH FISCAL 1991.HR26Nay vote
4/2/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-17.
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h100v37TO PASS, OVER PRESIDENT REAGAN'S VETO, HR 2, HIGHWAY REAUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE $88 BILLION IN AID FOR HIGHWAYS AND MASS TRANSIT PROGRAMS THROUGH FISCAL 1991. VETO OVERRIDDEN; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
Vetoed
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h100v41TO AMEND HR 1320, NATIONAL PARK FEE INCREASE, TO CHARGE A ONE TIME $10 FEE FOR THE GOLDEN AGE PASSPORT FOR ENTRY TO NATIONAL PARKS.1Yea vote
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h100v42TO PASS HR 1320, NATIONAL PARK FEE INCREASE, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE INCREASES IN CERTAIN NATIONAL PARK ENTRANCE FEES, AND TO RE-AUTHORIZE THE LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION ACT OF 1965 FOR 25 YEARS.1Yea vote
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h100v46TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE H CON RES 93, FISCAL 1988 BUDGET RESOLUTION, TO SET FISCAL 1988 BUDGET TOTALS: NEW BUDGET AUTHORITY AT $1.142 TRILLION; OUTLAYS AT $1.024 TRILLION; REVENUES AT $916.6 BILLION; DEFICIT AT $107.8 BILLION.1Yea vote
CQ=YEA (verified), pipc=9 (typo)
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h100v49TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE H CON RES 93, FISCAL 1988 BUDGET RESOLUTION, TO SET FISCAL 1988 BUDGET TOTALS: NEW BUDGET AUTHORITY AT $1.142 TRILLION; OUTLAYS AT $1.039 TRILLION; REVENUES AT $930.9 BILLION; DEFICIT AT $107.6 BILLION. TH6Nay vote
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h100v63TO PASS HR 1827, FISCAL 1987 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO APPROPRIATE $9 BILLION IN SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1987.6Nay vote
CQ=Nay (verified)
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h100v68TO AMEND HR 3, TRADE BILL, TO REQUIRE NEGOTIATION AND IF NECESSARY, ACTION TO REDUCE TRADE SURPLUS WITH A COUNTRY BY 10 PERCENT PER YEAR IF THAT COUNTRY DOES NOT ALTER ITS UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICES AFTER ONE YEAR.6Nay vote
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h100v74TO PASS HR 3, TRADE BILL, A BILL TO IMPROVE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF U.S. INDUSTRY IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE.HR36Nay vote
Vetoed
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h100v78TO AMEND HR 27, FSLIC RESCUE, TO INCREASE THE BILL'S BORROWING AUTHORITY TO COVER DEFAULTS OF SAVINGS AND LOAN INSTITUTIONS INSURED BY THE FSLIC BY $10 BILLION TO $15 BILLION.1Yea vote
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h100v80TO PASS HR 27, FSLIC RESCUE, A BILL TO PROVIDE $5 BILLION IN ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL RESOURCES OVER 2 YEARS TO RECAPITALIZE THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION.HR276Nay vote
8/10/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-86.
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h100v83TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF 1988 FUNDS FOR WEAPONS WHICH VIOLATE SALT II UNLESS THE PRESIDENT CAN VERIFY THAT THE SOVIET UNION HAS EXCEEDED SALT II LIMITS.6Nay vote
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h100v85TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO STRIKE LANGUAGE THAT WOULD REQUIRE CONTINUED COMPLIANCE WITH THE 1972 U.S.- SOVIET TREATY LIMITING ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE ABM SYSTEMS.1Yea vote
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h100v88TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DELETE AUTHORIZATION FOR TWO AIRCRAFT CARRIERS.6Nay vote
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h100v89TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DELETE AUTHORIZATION FOR ONE AIRCRAFT CARRIER.6Nay vote
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h100v93TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, RECOMMEND TO THE PRESIDENT TO DEVELOP A PLAN FOR THE REDUCTION OF U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL IN KOREA DURING FISCAL YEARS 1988-1992.6Nay vote
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h100v103TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO ELIMINATE FUNDING FOR THE SDI PROGRAMS AND AUTHORIZE $1.2 BILLION FOR RESEARCH ON MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY IN FISCAL 1988.6Nay vote
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h100v105TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO REDUCE THE SDI AUTHORIZATION LEVEL TO $3.1 BILLION IN FISCAL 1988.6Nay vote
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h100v107TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO BAN TESTS OF AN ANTI-MISSILE WEAPON, A KINETIC-KILL VEHICLE BEING TESTED AS ONE ELEMENT OF SDI.6Nay vote
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h100v110TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF $1.7 BILLION IN FUNDS EARMARKED FOR THE C-17 AIRCRAFT PROGRAM.6Nay vote
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h100v111TO AMEND HR 2360, DEBT LIMIT INCREASE, TO INCREASE THE LIMIT OF THE FEDERAL DEBT FROM $2.3 TRILLION TO $2.578 TRILLION.1Yea vote
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h100v112TO PASS HR 2360, DEBT LIMIT INCREASE, A BILL TO PROVIDE A TEMPORARY INCREASE, FROM $2.3 TRILLION TO $2.32 TRILLION, IN THE FEDERAL DEBT LIMIT.HR23601Yea vote
5/15/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-40.
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h100v113TO AMEND 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DELETE $250 MILLION EARMARKED TO DEVELOP A RAIL BASED MODE FOR THE MX MISSILE.6Nay vote
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h100v114TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DELETE $674 MILLION FROM THE MX MISSILE PROGRAM EARMARKED FOR THE PURCHASE OF 12 MX MISSILES.6Nay vote
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h100v115TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT THE PRODUCTION OF ADDITIONAL TRIDENT II MISSILES AND TO AUTHORIZE $2.3 BILLION FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TRIDENT I MISSILES.6Nay vote
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h100v116TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT MODIFYING TRIDENT SUBMARINES TO CARRY TRIDENT II MISSILES.6Nay vote
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h100v118TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO REDUCE AUTHORIZATION LEVELS FOR CERTAIN WEAPONS CONTRACTS AND USE THAT AMOUNT FOR FUNDING OF OTHER WEAPONS.6Nay vote
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h100v119TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT THE PRODUCTION OF MARK 48 TORPEDOES UNTIL EVALUATION TESTS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.6Nay vote
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h100v120TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO REDUCE AUTHORIZATION FOR THE B-1B BOMBER BY $376 MILLION.6Nay vote
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h100v123TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT TESTING OF ANTI-SATELLITE MISSILES AGAINST TARGETS IN SPACE AS LONG AS THE SOVIET UNION REFRAINS FROM SIMILAR TESTING.6Nay vote
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h100v125TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT THE ASSEMBLY OF BINARY WEAPONS AND THE REMOVAL OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS FROM EUROPE DURING FISCAL 1988.6Nay vote
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h100v127TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT NUCLEAR TEST EXPLOSIONS LARGER THAN ONE KILOTON PROVIDED THAT THE SOVIET UNION OBSERVES THE SAME LIMITATION.6Nay vote
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h100v129TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT U.S. FORCES IN HONDURAS OR COSTA RICA FROM APPROACHING WITHIN 20 MILES OF THE NICARAGUAN BORDER.6Nay vote
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h100v130TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF U.S. CONSTRUCTED FACILITIES IN CENTRAL AMERICA TO AID THE CONTRAS.6Nay vote
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h100v131TO AMEND HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DELETE $4.1 MILLION FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION IN HONDURAS.6Nay vote
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h100v134TO RECOMMIT HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO THE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO INCLUDE A PROVISION THAT ALLOWS NUCLEAR TESTS AND THE SUSPENSION OF SALT II AND ABM TREATY LIMITATIONS IF THE SOVIET UNION DOES NOT COMPLY WITH A U1Yea vote
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h100v135TO PASS HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY FUNCTIONS OF THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT IN FISCAL YEARS 1988 AND 1989.HR17481Yea vote
12/4/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-180.
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h100v137TO PASS HR 5, SCHOOL AID, A BILL TO REAUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY, AND ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS.HR51Yea vote
4/28/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-297.
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h100v139TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 2166, SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, A BILL TO MAKE CERTAIN CHANGES IN THE SMALL BUSINESS ACT OF 1958. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v142TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 900, WEST VIRGINIA RIVER CONSERVATION, A BILL TO DESIGNATE PORTIONS OF THE NEW, GAULEY, MEADOW AND BLUESTONE RIVERS IN WEST VIRGINIA AS PARTS OF THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM TO PROTECT THEM FROM DEVELOPMENT. MOTION 6Nay vote
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h100v149TO PASS HR 1451, THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT, A BILL TO REAUTHORIZE THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT FOR FOUR YEARS.HR14511Yea vote
11/29/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-175.
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h100v158TO PASS HR 1934, FAIRNESS IN BROADCASTING, A BILL TO REQUIRE THE FAIRNESS DOCTRINE IN BROAD-CASTING WHICH REQUIRES BROADCASTERS TO AIR ALL SIDES OF CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES.HR19346Nay vote
6/3/1987 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House by Yea-Nay Vote: 302 - 102 (Record Vote No: 164).
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h100v163TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE HR 4, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, TO REDUCE TOTAL AUTHORIZATION FOR THE HOUSING/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BILL BY $1.7 BILLION TO $14.2 BILLION.1Yea vote
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h100v171TO PASS HR 4, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE $15.9 BILLION FOR HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN FISCAL 1988.HR46Nay vote
6/11/1987 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House (Amended) by Yea-Nay Vote: 285 - 120 (Record Vote No: 178).
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h100v173TO AMEND HR 1777, STATE DEPARTMENT AUTHORIZATION, AS AMENDED BY THE MICA AMENDMENTD, FL TO PROHIBIT COMPLETION OF THE U.S. EMBASSY BUILDING IN MOSCOW.6Nay vote
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h100v174TO AMEND HR 1777, STATE DEPARTMENT AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT OCCUPANCY OF THE NEWLY CONSTRUCTED U.S. EMBASSY BUILDING IN MOSCOW UNLESS THE PRESIDENT ENSURES IT IS SECURE AGAINST EAVESDROPPING.6Nay vote
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h100v175TO AMEND HR 1777, STATE DEPARTMENT AUTHORIZATION, TO REQUIRE THE STATE DEPARTMENT TO INVESTIGATE TWO FOREIGN FIRMS THAT SOLD SUBMARINE MACHINERY TO THE SOVIETS.6Nay vote
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h100v184TO PASS HR 281, CONSTRUCTION LABOR LAW, A BILL TO AMEND THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT TO INCREASE THE STABILITY OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY BY RESTRICTING THE RIGHT OF UNIONED COMPANIES TO ESTABLISH NON-UNION SUBSIDHR2816Nay vote
6/23/1987 Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 202.
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h100v196TO AMEND HR 1777, STATE DEPARTMENT AUTHORIZATIONS, TO RESTRICT U.S. CITIZENS FROM TRAVELING IN NICARAGUA OR ANYWHERE IN CENTRAL AMERICA IF THEY PLAN TO GIVE AID OR ANY TYPE OF MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO THE GOVERNMENT OF NICARAGUA OR ANY GUERRILLA 6Nay vote
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h100v200TO PASS HR 1777, STATE DEPARTMENT AUTHORIZATIONS, A BILL TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR THE OPERATION OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT AND OTHER AGENCIES CONCERNED WITH FOREIGN AFFAIRS.HR17771Yea vote
Req 1000097, 12/22/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-204, voteview=9 (typo)
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h100v201TO PASS HR 2700, ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO TO RESCIND APPROPRIATIONS DESIGNATED TO THE APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION FOR DEVELOPMENT.1Yea vote
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h100v203TO PASS HR 2700, ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE FUNDS FOR ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988.HR27006Nay vote
12/10/1987 Resolving differences -- House actions. Status: House Disagreed to Senate Amendments by Unanimous Consent.
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h100v208TO PASS HR 2712, INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1988, A BILL TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR THE OPERATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCE AGENCIES FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988.HR27126Nay vote
10/15/1987 Resolving differences -- House actions. Status: House Agreed to Request for Conference and Speaker Appointed Conferees: Yates, Murtha, Dick
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h100v210TO PASS HR 2713, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1988, A BILL TO PROHIBIT USE OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO PAY FOR ANY ABORTIONS.1Yea vote
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h100v212TO PASS HR 2713, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1988, A BILL TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND OTHER ACTIVITIES OF THE DISTRICT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988.HR27136Nay vote
11/5/1987 Resolving differences -- House actions. Status: Speaker Appointed Additional Conferee Watkins, in Lieu of Sabo who Resigned from the Confere
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h100v219TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 2616, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION HEALTH CARE, A BILL TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS TO THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION TO REQUIRE MORE OUTPATIENT HEALTH CARE AND TO RECRUIT HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS, FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988. MOTION6Nay vote
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h100v220TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 2327, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION BENEFICIARY TRAVEL PROGRAM, A BILL TO ENSURE CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS COMPENSATION FOR TRAVEL TO VETERANS ADMINISTRATION MEDICAL FACILITIES, FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIR6Nay vote
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h100v221TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 1504, VETERANS' EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATION, A BILL TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES TRAINING AND COUNSELING FOR VETERANS ENTERING THE WORK FORCE. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v225TO CONCUR WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 1827, SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1987, A BILL TO IMPOSE LIMITATIONS ON THE CURRENT ADMINISTRATION'S PROPOSAL FOR MANDATORY DRUG TESTING OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES.HR18271Yea vote
7/11/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-71.
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h100v226TO ADOPT HR 558, URGENT RELIEF FOR THE HOMELESS, A BILL TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS IN FISCAL 1987 AND 1988 TO PROVIDE FOOD, SHELTER, MEDICAL AND OTHER ASSISTANCE TO THE HOMELESS TO INSURE THEIR SAFETY. ALSO, THE BILL WOULD SET UP A COUNCIL TO SUPERVIHR5586Nay vote
7/22/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-77.
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h100v236TO AMEND HR 2342, COAST GUARD AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT REGISTRATION OF SHIPS FROM ANY PERSIAN GULF NATION.6Nay vote
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h100v237TO AMEND HR 2342, COAST GUARD AUTHORIZATION, TO DELAY REGISTRATION OF ANY KUWAITI SHIPS FOR 90 DAYS.6Nay vote
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h100v238TO PASS HR 2342, COAST GUARD AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE COAST GUARD FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988HR23426Nay vote
9/28/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-448.
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h100v241TO PASS HR 2782, NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1988 TO NASA TO CONDUCT SPACE EXPLORATION AND RESEARCH.HR27821Yea vote
10/30/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-147.
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h100v251TO PASS HR 2890, TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988.HR28906Nay vote
11/4/1987 Resolving differences -- House actions. Status: House Agreed to Request for Conference and Speaker Appointed Conferees: Lehman (FL), Gray (P
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h100v266TO PASS HR 2470, CATASTROPHIC HEALTH INSURANCE, A BILL TO PROTECT THE BENEFICARIES OF MEDICARE FROM CATASTROPHIC HEALTH-CARE COSTS AND TO EXPAND THE PROGRAM IN OTHER WAYS.6Nay vote
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h100v271TO PASS HR 618, DISPLACED SALVADORANS AND NICARAGUANS, A BILL TO SUSPEND DEPORTATION FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS FROM EL SALVADOR AND NICARAGUA FOR A PERIOD OF APPROXIMATELY TWO YEARS UNTIL SUCH TIME AS CONDITIONS ALLOW THEM TO RETURN TO THEIR NATIVE COHR6186Nay vote
3/14/1988 Referred to Senate subcommittee. Status: Referred to Subcommittee on Immigration and Refugee Affairs.
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h100v273TO PASS HR 3022, TEMPORARY DEBT LIMIT INCREASE, A BILL TO TEMPORARILY INCREASE THE LIMIT OF THE FEDERAL DEBT.HR30221Yea vote
7/30/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-80.
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h100v274TO AMEND HR 1414, PRICE-ANDERSON AMENDMENTS, TO REMOVE THE LIABILITY LIMIT OF NUCLEAR UTILITIES.6Nay vote
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h100v275TO AMEND HR 1414, PRICE-ANDERSON AMENDMENTS, TO ESTABLISH A PENALTY SYSTEM FOR THOSE CONTRACTORS WHO FAIL TO ADHERE TO THE REGULATIONS SET DOWN BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND TO ALLOW THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO SUE ANY CONTRACTOR WHO, THROUGH GRO6Nay vote
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h100v277TO AMEND HR 1414, PRICE-ANDERSON AMENDMENTS, TO PROHIBIT THE AWARDING OF LEGAL COSTS UNLESS IT WAS DETERMINED THAT SUCH AN AWARD WOULD NOT JEPORDIZE FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR VICTIMS OF A NUCLEAR ACCIDENT.6Nay vote
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h100v278TO PASS HR 1414, PRICE-ANDERSON AMENDMENTS, A BILL TO AMEND AND REVISE THE ATOMIC ENERGY ACT OF 1954 TO EXTEND THE LIABLILITY COMPENSATION FOR THE VICTIMS AND DAMAGES CAUSED BY A NUCLEAR ACCIDENT.1Yea vote
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h100v279TO ADOPT HR 27, COMPETITIVE EQUALITY BANKING ACT OF 1987, THE CONFERENCE REPORT TO ALLOW THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION, AMONG OTHER THINGS, TO BORROW MONEY, EASE RESTRICTIONS FOR LOANS IN ECONOMICALLY DEPRESSED AREAS, AND THR271Yea vote
8/10/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-86.
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h100v294TO PASS HR 1315, THE NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO PROVIDE ALLOCATIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1988 AND 1989.HR13151Yea vote
9/14/1988 Resolving differences -- Senate actions. Status: Senate appointed conferees Johnston; Ford; Bingaman; McClure; Domenici for the purposes of
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h100v302TO PASS HR 1154, THE TEXTILE AND APPAREL TRADE ACT, A BILL TO LIMIT THE ANNUAL GROWTH OF TEXTILE AND APPAREL IMPORTS TO ONE PERCENT AND TO FREEZE SHOE IMPORTS AT 1986 LEVELS.6Nay vote
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h100v313TO ADOPT H J RES 324, PERMANENT DEBT-LIMIT EXTENSION -- GRAMM-RUDMAN REVISION, THE JOINT RESOLUTION TO RAISE THE PERMANENT CEILING ON THE FEDERAL DEBT.1Yea vote
9/29/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-119
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h100v315TO PASS H J RES 362, FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, TO CONTINUE FUNDING FOR MOST FEDERAL PROGRAMS AT FISCAL 1987 LEVELS.HJRES3621Yea vote
9/30/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-120.
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h100v326TO AMEND HR 2310, AIRPORT AND AIRWAY IMPROVEMENT, TO REMOVE THE AIRPORT AND AIRWAY TRUST FUND FROM THE FEDERAL BUDGET, TO EXEMPT IT FROM SPENDING CUTS.6Nay vote
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h100v327TO PASS HR 2310, AIRPORT AND AIRWAY IMPROVEMENT, TO AMEND THE AIRPORT AND AIRWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1982 FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXTENDING AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.6Nay vote
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h100v329TO PASS HR 3030, FARM CREDIT ACT, TO PROVIDE CREDIT ASSISTANCE TO FARMERS AND TO STRENGTHEN THE FARM CREDIT SYSTEM.6Nay vote
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h100v330TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3307, SENTENCING GUIDELINES, TO STAY THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW SENTENCING GUIDELINES DRAFTED BY THE U. S. SENTENCING COMMISSION. MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v333TO PASS HR 2897, FTC AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO EXTEND AUTHORIZATION OF THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION PROGRAMS AND APPROPRIATIONS.HR28976Nay vote
10/7/1987 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House (Amended) by Yea-Nay Vote: 404 - 10 (Record Vote No: 351).
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h100v334TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 940, PLASTIC POLLUTION CONTROL, A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR THE REGULATION OF THE DISPOSAL OF PLASTIC AND OTHER MATERIALS AT SEA. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.1Yea vote
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h100v336TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE HR 106, HIGH RISK OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE NOTIFICATION, TO REQUIRE THE HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD TO BE AMENDED TO PROVIDE MORE EFFECTIVE NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES OF WORKPLACE HAZARDS.1Yea vote
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h100v340TO PASS HR 162, HIGH-RISK OCCUPATIONAL-DISEASE NOTIFICATION, TO ESTABLISH A SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING, NOTIFYING, AND PREVENTING ILLNESS AND DEATH AMONG WORKERS WHO ARE AT HIGH RISK OF OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE.HR1626Nay vote
10/20/1987 Received in the Senate. Read twice. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 382.
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h100v354TO PASS HR 2939, INDEPENDENT-COUNSEL LAW, A BILL TO EXTEND FOR FIVE YEARS THE LAW PROVIDING FOR COURT-APPOINTED INDEPENDENT COUNSELS TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGED WRONGDOINGS OF EXECUTIVE BRANCH OFFICIALS.6Nay vote
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h100v356TO PASS S 640, WATER AND POWER AUTHORIZATION, A BILL AUTHORIZING FEDERAL WATER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ACTIONS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE BUREAU OF RECLAIMATION.6Nay vote
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h100v362TO AMEND HR 515, CREDIT-CARD DISCLOSURE, TO ESTABLISH A FLOATING CREDIT CARD INTEREST RATE CEILING TO BE ADJUSTED QUARTERLY.6Nay vote
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h100v372TO PASS HR 3545, BUDGET RECONCILIATION, A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR RECONCILIATION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988.6Nay vote
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h100v373TO MOTION TO ADJOURN.6Nay vote
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h100v382TO PASS SJ RES 209, HOUSING PROGRAMS EXTENSION, TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXTENSION OF CERTAIN PROGRAMS RELATING TO HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.SJRES2091Yea vote
11/5/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-154.
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h100v394TO PASS HR 1212, POLYGRAPH TESTS, A BILL TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF LIE DETECTORS BY EMPLOYERS INVOLVED IN OR AFFECTING INTERSTATE COMMERCE.6Nay vote
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h100v395TO PASS HJ RES 394, FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, A JOINT RESOLUTION TO CONTINUE FUNDING FOR MOST PROGRAMS AT FISCAL 1987 LEVELS.HJRES3941Yea vote
11/10/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-162.
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h100v410TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1451, OLDER AMERICANS ACT, TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1988-1991.14511Yea vote
11/29/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-175
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h100v413TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3471, DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS, A BILL TO ESTABLISH THE VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION AS AN EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.1Yea vote
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h100v414TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3400, FEDERAL EMPLOYEES' POLITICAL ACTIVITIES, A BILL TO RESTORE FEDERAL CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES THEIR RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN POLITICAL ACTIVITIES AS PRIVATE CITIZENS. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTI6Nay vote
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h100v419TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1748, DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO AUTHORIZE FISCAL 1988 FUNDING FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.HR17481Yea vote
12/4/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-180.
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h100v422TO AMEND HR 3100, FOREIGN AID AUTHORIZATION, TO REDUCE THE AUTHORIZATION FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS.1Yea vote
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h100v425TO MOTION TO PASS S 1667, NOAA AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE CERTAIN ATMOSPHERIC AND SATELLITE PROGRAMS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION.S16676Nay vote
11/20/1987 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House (Amended) by Yea-Nay Vote: 341 - 65 (Record Vote No: 446).
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h100v429TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2939, INDEPENDENT COUNSEL, TO REAUTHORIZE THE LAW PROVIDING FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF A SPECIAL PROSECUTOR TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGED WRONG-DOINGS BY EXECUTIVE-BRANCH OFFICIALS.HR29396Nay vote
12/15/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-191.
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h100v434TO AMEND H J RES 395, FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, TO REQUIRE RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCAST LICENSEES TO PROVIDE THE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE EXPRESSION OF ALL SIDES OF CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES.6Nay vote
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h100v437TO PASS H J RES 395, FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, TO MAKE FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1988.6Nay vote
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h100v438TO AMEND HR 3100, FOREIGN AID AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT ASSISTANCE TO POLICE FORCES AND PRISON AUTHORITIES IN EL SALVADOR, GUATEMALA, AND HONDURAS THROUGH INTERNATIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION TRAINING PROGRAMS.6Nay vote
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h100v453TO PASS HR 3100, FOREIGN AID AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE FOREIGN AID PROGRAMS INCLUDING THE PEACE CORPS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1988 AND 1989.HR31006Nay vote
12/16/1987 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Received in the Senate and read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations.
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h100v456TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3399, ALTERNATIVE MOTOR FUELS, A BILL TO DEVELOP AN ALTERNATIVE MOTOR FUELS POLICY. MOTION PASSED: TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v457TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 2790, PUBLIC BUILDINGS MANAGEMENT, A BILL TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS. MOTION PASSED: TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v462TO PASS H J RES 425, FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, A JOINT RESOLUTION TO MAKE FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1988.HJRES4251Yea vote
12/16/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-193.
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h100v465TO PASS HR 1720, FAMILY WELFARE REFORM, A BILL TO CHANGE THE AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN PROGRAM TO A FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM.6Nay vote
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h100v468TO AMEND HR 1467, ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT, TO DELAY FOR TWO YEARS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF REGULATIONS REQUIRING THE USE OF TURTLE EXCLUDER DEVICES BY SHRIMPERS ON OFFSHORE WATERS OF THE GULF OF MEXICO.6Nay vote
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h100v470TO PASS HR 1467, ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS TO CARRY OUT THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT OF 1973 DURING FISCAL YEARS 1988-1992.HR14671Yea vote
10/7/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-478.
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h100v473TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2310, AIRPORT AND AIRWAY IMPROVEMENT, A BILL TO AMEND THE AIRPORT AND AIRWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1982 FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXTENDING THE AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.HR23101Yea vote
12/30/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-223.
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h100v475TO PASS HR 3674, U.S.-JAPAN FISHERY AGREEMENT, A BILL TO EXTEND THE U.S.-JAPAN FISHERY AGREEMENT FOR TWO YEARS.HR36741Yea vote
12/29/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-220.
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h100v476TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3030, AGRICULTURAL CREDIT, TO PROVIDE CREDIT ASSISTANCE TO FARMERS AND TO STRENGTHEN THE FARM CREDIT SYSTEM.HR30301Yea vote
1/6/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-233.
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h100v479TO PASS H J RES 431, FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, A JOINT RESOLUTION TO MAKE FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1988.HJRES4311Yea vote
12/20/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-197.
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h100v483TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND AGREE WITH AN AMENDMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 278, ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT.6Nay vote
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h100v485TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3545, BUDGET RECONCILIATION, TO PROVIDE FOR RECONCILIATION OF THE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988.HR35451Yea vote
12/22/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-203.
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h100v487TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HJ RES 395, FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, TO MAKE FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1988.HJRES3951Yea vote
12/22/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-202.
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h100v488TO MOTION TO AGREE TO THE SENATE AMENDMENTS TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO S 825, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, TO EXTEND CERTAIN LAWS RELATING TO HOUSING.S8251Yea vote
2/5/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-242.
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h100v490TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3875, CIVIL SERVICE DUE PROCESS AMENDMENTS, A BILL TO GIVE RIGHTS OF APPEAL TO EXCEPTED SERVICE FEDERAL EMPLOYEES AFFECTED BY ADVERSE PERSONNEL ACTIONS. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR6Nay vote
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h100v491TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3884, OVERSEAS EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION RECISSION, A BILL TO RESCIND PREVIOUSLY AUTHORIZED FUNDS FOR SCHOOLS IN FRANCE FOR NORTH AFRICAN JEWS. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVO1Yea vote
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h100v493TO PASS HJ RES 444, CONTRA AID, A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE PRESIDENT'S REQUEST FOR MILITARY AND NON-MILITARY AID TO THE CONTRAS.HJRES4441Yea vote
2/3/1988 Failed of passage/not agreed to in House. Status: Failed of Passage in House by Yea-Nay Vote: 211 - 219 (Record Vote No: 7).
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h100v496TO PASS HR 1054, MILITARY MEDICAL MALPRACTICE, A BILL TO PERMIT ACTIVE MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY TO SUE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR MALPRACTICE OCCURRING IN U.S. MILITARY HOSPITALS.HR10546Nay vote
6/17/1988 Senate committee/subcommittee actions. Status: Subcommittee on Courts and Administrative Practice. Hearings held.
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h100v506TO PASS S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, A BILL TO RESTORE THE BROAD COVERAGE AND CLARIFY FOUR CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS BY PROVIDING THAT IF ONE PART OF AN INSTITUTION IS FEDERALLY- FUNDED, THEN THE ENTIRE INSTITUTION MUST NOT DISCRIMINATE.S5576Nay vote
Vetoed
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h100v510TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE HJ RES 484, CONTRA AID, TO GIVE NON-MILITARY AID TO THE NICARAGUAN CONTRAS.6Nay vote
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h100v511TO PASS HJ RES 484, CONTRA AID, TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE NICARAGUAN CONTRAS FOR HUMANITARIAN PURPOSES.HJRES4846Nay vote
3/3/1988 Failed of passage/not agreed to in House. Status: Failed of Passage in House by Yea-Nay Vote: 208 - 216 (Record Vote No: 25).
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h100v521TO AMEND HR 2707, DISASTER RELIEF ASSISTANCE, TO STRIKE PROGRAMS FOR THE GREAT LAKES REGION AND NEW YORK HARBOR.1Yea vote
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h100v522TO PASS HR 2707, DISASTER RELIEF ASSISTANCE, A BILL TO ALTER THE DISASTER RELIEF ACT TO EXTEND A PROGRAM FOR NEW YORK HARBOR, AND INSTITUTE AN EROSION CONTROL PROGRAM FOR THE GREAT LAKES REGION.HR27076Nay vote
11/23/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-707.
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h100v524TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3757, FEDERAL EMPLOYEES LEAVE TRANSFERS, A BILL TO ALLOW FEDERAL EMPLOYEES TO TRANSFER ACCUMULATED LEAVE TIME TO CO-WORKERS FACING EMERGENCY ABSENCES. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v527TO PASS, OVER PRESIDENT REAGAN'S VETO, S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, A BILL TO RESTORE BROAD COVERAGE OF FOUR CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS BY DECLARING THAT IF ONE PART OF AN INSTITUTION RECEIVES FEDERAL FUNDS, THEN THE ENTIRE INSTITUTION MUST NOT 6Nay vote
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h100v532TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS S 858, ABANDONED SHIPWRECK ACT, TO GRANT STATES TITLE ON CERTAIN ABANDONED SHIPWRECKS LOCATED IN STATE WATERS. MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.1Yea vote
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h100v533TO PASS HR 3933, NATIONAL HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS AND RECORDS REAUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO ALLOCATE FUNDS FOR THE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS AND RECORDS COMMISSION FOR THE NEXT FIVE FISCAL YEARS.HR39336Nay vote
3/31/1988 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Received in the Senate and read twice and referred to the Committee on Governmental Affairs.
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h100v534TO PASS HR 3396, FORMER AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS REHIRING, A BILL TO ALLOW FOR THE REHIRING OF FORMER AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS FIRED IN 1981.6Nay vote
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h100v535TO PASS H J RES 523, CENTRAL AMERICAN PEACE ASSISTANCE, A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE HUMANITARIAN AID FOR THE NICARAGUAN CONTRAS, NICARAGUAN INDIAN GROUPS, NEUTRAL CEASE-FIRE MONITORS, AND NICARAGUAN CHILDREN WOUNDED OR DISPLACED BY THE CIVIL WAR.HJRES5231Yea vote
4/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-276.
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h100v536TO AMEND HR 3932, PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION ACT, TO PROHIBIT USING PRIVATE FUNDS FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION.6Nay vote
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h100v540TO PASS S 858, ABANDONED SHIPWRECK ACT, A BILL TO GRANT STATES TITLE OF CERTAIN SHIPWRECKS LOCATED IN STATE WATERS.S8581Yea vote
4/28/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-298.
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h100v541TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND ADOPT H RES 422, INF TREATY SUPPORT, TO EXPRESS HOUSE SUPPORT OF THE INF TREATY AND THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.1Yea vote
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h100v544TO MOTION TO WITHDRAW THE HOUSE DISAGREEMENT WITH THE SENATE DIAL-A-PORN BAN AMENDMENT TO HR 5, SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT ACT.HR51Yea vote
4/28/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-297.
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h100v547TO PASS HR 4222, LEGALIZATION APPLICATION EXTENSION, A BILL TO GRANT A SIX MONTH EXTENSION ON THE LEGALIZATION PROGRAM APPLICATION PERIOD.HR42226Nay vote
5/18/1988 Senate floor actions. Status: Indefinitely postponed by Senate by Unanimous Consent.
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h100v551TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3, OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, A BILL TO ENHANCE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIVENESS ABROAD BY STRENGTHENING ACTIONS AGAINST UNFAIR FOREIGN TRADE, CLARIFYING GUIDELINES FOR BUSINESS CONDUCT ABROAD, REORGANIZING EDUCHR36Nay vote
Vetoed
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h100v555TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO BAR FUNDING FOR ACTIVITIES NOT PERMITTED BY THE 1972 ABM TREATY, INCLUDING THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE.6Nay vote
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h100v556TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO ADHERE TO THE UNRATIFIED SALT II TREATY LIMITS FOR MULTIPLE WARHEAD MISSILES AND CRUISE MISSILE BOMBERS, UNLESS THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES SOVIET NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THOSE LIMITS.6Nay vote
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h100v557TO PASS S 999, VETERANS EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAMS, A BILL TO INCREASE VETERANS' EMPLOYMENT, COUNSELING, AND JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS.S9996Nay vote
5/20/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-323.
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h100v558TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2616, VA HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS, A BILL TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS OF VETERANS.HR26266Nay vote
6/22/1987 Referred to House subcommittee. Status: Referred to Subcommittee on Health and the Environment.
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h100v562TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO BAR SPACE TESTING OF ANTI-SATELLITE WEAPONS UNLESS THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES SOVIET SPACE TESTING OF SUCH A WEAPON.6Nay vote
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h100v564TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO BAR NUCLEAR TESTS WITH YIELDS OVER ONE KILOTON, AND TO RESTRICT TESTS TO CERTAIN AREAS AS LONG AS THE SOVIET UNION ADHERES TO SIMILAR RESTRICTIONS.6Nay vote
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h100v567TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT PRIVATE CONTRACTING OF SUPPORT FUNCTIONS AT AIR FORCE RESERVE BASES.6Nay vote
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h100v568TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DECREASE THE NUMBER OF U.S. TROOPS IN EUROPE AND JAPAN OVER THREE YEARS UNLESS THOSE COUNTRIES INCREASE THEIR DEFENSE SPENDING TO ONE PERCENT HIGHER THAN THEIR ECONOMIC GROWTH RATE.6Nay vote
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h100v569TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO GRADUALLY WITHDRAW UNITED STATES TROOPS FROM EUROPE UNLESS THOSE COUNTRIES INCREASE THEIR DEFENSE SPENDING AS A PERCENT OF GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT TO THE LEVEL OF THE UNITED STATES.6Nay vote
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h100v571TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND ACCEPT THE SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HR 1811, ATOMIC VETERANS COMPENSATION, TO PROVIDE FOR BENEFITS TO VETERANS, AND THEIR SURVIVORS, WHO PARTICIPATED IN NUCLEAR TESTS OR OCCUPATION OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI AND WHO SUFFER F6Nay vote
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h100v574TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO REDUCE THE ALLOCATION OF ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR UNITED STATES ARMY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN HONDURAS BY $3.05 MILLION.6Nay vote
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h100v575TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES' TRAINING MISSIONS WITHIN TWENTY MILES OF THE NICARAGUAN BORDER IN HONDURAS.6Nay vote
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h100v578TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO ALTER THE DAVIS-BACON ACT REQUIRING FEDERAL CONTRACTORS TO PAY WORKERS LOCALLY COMPETITIVE WAGES BY RAISING THE THRESHOLD OF APPLICABILITY FROM $2000 TO $15,000 FOR REPAIR AND ALTERATION J6Nay vote
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h100v579TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO ALTER THE DAVIS-BACON ACT REQUIRING FEDERAL CONTRACTORS TO PAY WORKERS LOCALLY COMPETITIVE WAGES BY EXEMPTING DEFENSE DEPARTMENT LESS THAN $250,000 FROM THE REQUIREMENTS. THE STENHOLM AMEN1Yea vote
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h100v583TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO INCREASE FUNDS ALLOTTED FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE.1Yea vote
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h100v584TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO ELIMINATE THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE PROGRAM AND TO ESTABLISH A STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH OFFICE.6Nay vote
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h100v585TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO INCREASE FUNDS ALLOTTED FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE IN ORDER TO FORCE A HOUSE VOTE ON THE FUNDING LEVEL AUTHORIZED BY THE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE.1Yea vote
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h100v586TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO REDUCE THE FUNDING ALLOTTED FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE PROGRAM.6Nay vote
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h100v587TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO LIMIT THE FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR PHASE I OF THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE PROGRAM INVOLVING CURRENT TECHNOLOGY TO FORTY PERCENT.6Nay vote
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h100v591TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DECREASE FUNDING FOR AIR FORCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS BY $500 MILLION AND TO BAR THE USE OF AIR FORCE FUNDS FOR THE MIDGETMAN SMALL INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE PROGRAM.1Yea vote
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h100v592TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DECREASE FUNDING FOR AIR FORCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS AND TO BAR THE USE OF AIR FORCE FUNDS FOR THE MX INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE RAIL-MOBILE PROGRAM.6Nay vote
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h100v594TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO DECREASE FUNDING FOR THE MX RAIL-MOBILE PROGRAM AND TO INCREASE FUNDING FOR THE MIDGETMAN SMALL INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE.6Nay vote
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h100v595TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT USE OF NAVY FUNDING FOR THE TRIDENT II MISSILE PROGRAM AND TO LIMIT FUNDING FOR THE TRIDENT I MISSILE PROGRAM.6Nay vote
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h100v597TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3927, NATIVE AMERICAN HOUSING ASSISTANCE, TO SEPARATE NATIVE AMERICAN HOUSING PROGRAMS FROM OTHER FEDERAL HOUSING PROGRAMS. MOTION PASSED; TWO- THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v609TO AMEND HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO ESTABLISH AN INSPECTION AND NON-EXPLOSIVE TESTING PROGRAM TO PREPARE FOR A POSSIBLE NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY.6Nay vote
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h100v615TO PASS HR 4471, FISCAL 1989 OVERSEAS PRIVATE INVESTMENT CORPORATION FOREIGN AID AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE OPIC, THE BOARD FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING, AND CERTAIN FOREIGN AID PROGRAMS.HR44716Nay vote
5/17/1988 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Received in the Senate and read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations.
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h100v623TO PASS HR 3193, HATE CRIME STATISTICS, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT TO COLLECT AND RELEASE DATA CONCERNING CRIMES BASED UPON RACIAL, RELIGIOUS, HOMOSEXUAL, OR ETHNIC PREJUDICE.HR31936Nay vote
6/7/1988 Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 717.
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h100v634TO PASS, OVER PRESIDENT REAGAN'S VETO, HR 3, OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, A BILL TO ENHANCE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIVENESS ABROAD BY STRENGTHENING ACTIONS AGAINST UNFAIR FOREIGN TRADE, CLARIFYING GUIDELINES FOR BUSINESS CONDUCT ABROAD, REORGANIZING6Nay vote
Vetoed
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h100v638TO PASS HR 4637, FISCAL 1989 FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE $14.3 BILLION TO FINANCE EXPORT PROMOTION AND FOREIGN AID PROGRAMS.1Yea vote
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h100v642TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1212, EMPLOYEE POLYGRAPH PROTECTION, A BILL TO PROHIBIT THE POLYGRAPH TESTING OF JOB APPLICANTS OR EMPLOYEES, EXCEPT FOR NATIONAL SECURITY OR INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS, CONTROLLED DRUGS MANUFACTURE OR DISTRIBUHR12121Yea vote
6/27/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-347.
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h100v644TO PASS HR 1801, JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION ACT, A BILL TO ALLOCATE FUNDS TO IMPROVE STATES' JUVENILE JUSTICE AND ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR18016Nay vote
10/14/1988 Passed/agreed to in Senate. Status: Passed Senate with an amendment by Voice Vote.
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h100v647TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2470, CATASTROPHIC HEALTH INSURANCE, A BILL TO LIMIT FINANCIAL LIABILITIES FOR MEDICARE-COVERED MEDICAL EXPENSES.HR24701Yea vote
7/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-360.
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h100v648TO PASS HR 4561, NASA AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO ALLOCATE FUNDS FOR THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION FOR FISCAL YEARS 1989 THROUGH 1991.HR45616Nay vote
6/7/1988 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Received in the Senate and read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce.
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h100v650TO PASS HR 4505, FISCAL 1989 ENERGY AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO FUND CIVILIAN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN THE ENERGY DEPARTMENT DURING FISCAL 1989.HR45056Nay vote
10/21/1988 Passed/agreed to in Senate. Status: Passed Senate with an amendment and an amendment to the Title by Voice Vote.
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h100v652TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4585, TAFT INSTITUTE EXTENSION, A BILL TO EXTEND AUTHORIZATIONS FOR THE TAFT INSTITUTE AND ITS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1989 THROUGH 1991. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v655TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 3966, CHILDREN'S TELEVISION PRACTICES, A BILL TO DIRECT THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION TO RESTRICT COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEMENTS DURING CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS AND TO ENFORCE EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS IN STATION B6Nay vote
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h100v656TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 2213, HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY, A BILL TO PROHIBIT SALES OF TELEPHONES WHICH ARE INCOMPATIBLE WITH HEARING AID DEVICES. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v659TO PASS HR 4418, FISCAL 1989 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO ALLOCATE FUNDS FOR THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION FOR FISCAL YEARS 1989 AND 1990.HR44181Yea vote
10/31/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-570.
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h100v663TO PASS HR 4775, FISCAL 1989 TREASURY-POSTAL SERVICE APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE FUNDS FOR THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT, THE POSTAL SERVICE, THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, AND CERTAIN INDEPENDENT AGENCIES DURING FISCAL 19896Nay vote
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h100v675TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4150, POSTAL REORGANIZATION AMENDMENTS, A BILL TO REMOVE THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE FROM THE FEDERAL BUDGET. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v679TO PASS HR 4800, FISCAL 1989 HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY $59.7 BILLION IN FUNDS FOR HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, AND OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.6Nay vote
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h100v681TO AMEND HR 1158, FAIR HOUSING ENFORCEMENT, TO OFFER TWO MEANS OF SETTLING FAIR-HOUSING COMPLAINTS, INVOLVING EITHER A UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT OR AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE.1Yea vote
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h100v682TO AMEND HR 1158, FAIR HOUSING ENFORCEMENT, TO STRIKE PROVISIONS PROHIBITING HOUSING DISCRIMINATION AGAINST FAMILIES WITH YOUNG CHILDREN.1Yea vote
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h100v684TO AMEND HR 4776, FISCAL 1989 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS, TO BAR THE USE OF FUNDS TO PERFORM ABORTIONS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.1Yea vote
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h100v690TO PASS HR 4794, FISCAL 1989 TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $10.8 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND ASSOCIATED AGENCIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.6Nay vote
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h100v692TO PASS HR 4867, FISCAL 1989 INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $9.7 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND ASSOCIATED AGENCIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 19896Nay vote
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h100v694TO AMEND HR 1158, FAIR HOUSING ENFORCEMENT, TO STATE THAT NO PARTS OF THE BILL REQUIRE, PERMIT, OR AUTHORIZE THE PREFERENTIAL PROVISION OF HOUSING BASED ON RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, GENDER, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN.1Yea vote
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h100v697TO PASS HR 1158, FAIR HOUSING ENFORCEMENT, A BILL TO STRENGTHEN THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT'S AUTHORITY TO DEAL WITH HOUSING DISCRIMINATION, AND TO PROHIBIT HOUSING DISCRIMINATION DUE TO PHYSICAL HANDICAPS OR BECAUSE A FAMILHR11581Yea vote
9/13/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-430.
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h100v698TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4567, FISCAL 1989 ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $17.8 BILLION FOR ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR45671Yea vote
7/19/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-371.
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h100v699TO PASS HR 4174, SMALL BUSINESS REAUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO ALLOCATE FUNDS FOR SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS DURING FISCAL YEARS 1989 THROUGH 1991, INCLUDING PAYMENTS TO CREDITORS FOR SMALL BUSINESS LOAN DEFAULTS.HR41746Nay vote
11/3/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-590.
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h100v702TO AMEND HR 4481, DEFENSE SAVINGS ACT, TO STRIKE CERTAIN PROVISIONS REQUIRING CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL OF RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE COMMISSION EXAMINING MILITARY INSTALLATION REORGANIZATION AND CLOSURE, AND TO INSTEAD ALLOW CONGRESS 45 DAYS TO EXAMI1Yea vote
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h100v704TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE HR 4481, MILITARY BASE CLOSINGS, TO PROVIDE THAT MILITARY BASES RECOMMENDED FOR BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE BE CLOSED, EXCEPT WHEN BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS DISAPPROVE AND TO PROVIDE THAT THEY ARE DOMESTIC 1Yea vote
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h100v706TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4861, STATE VETERAN'S CEMETERIES, TO AUTHORIZE GRANTS TOTALING $9 MILLION FOR STATE VETERANS' CEMETERIES FOR FISCAL 1989. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.1Yea vote
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h100v710TO PASS S 2527, PLANT CLOSINGS, TO REQUIRE LARGER EMPLOYERS TO GIVE NOTICE OF 60 DAYS PRIOR TO PLANT CLOSINGS OR MASS LAYOFFS.S25176Nay vote
8/4/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-379
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h100v712TO PASS HR 4848, OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, TO CHANGE REGULATIONS FOR UNFAIR FOREIGN TRADE AND BUSINESS PRACTICES TO IMPROVE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF AMERICAN INDUSTRY.HR48481Yea vote
8/23/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-418.
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h100v714TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO AUTHORIZE FUNDS FOR DEFENSE PROGRAMS IN FISCAL 1989.HR42646Nay vote
8/3/1988 Vetoed by President.
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h100v718TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4741, VETERANS PAYMENTS, TO INCREASE COMPENSATION FOR VETERANS AND DEPENDENTS BECAUSE OF SERVICE-RELATED IMPAIRMENTS OR DEATH. MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.1Yea vote
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h100v719TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS S 328, PROMPT PAYMENT, TO AMEND THE 1983 PROMPT PAYMENT ACT TO ALLOW LATE CHARGES FOR LATE PAYMENTS TO BE PAID BY FEDERAL AGENCIES. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.1Yea vote
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h100v721TO PASS HR 4519, ARIZONA-FLORIDA LAND EXCHANGE, TO TRADE LAND IN ARIZONA IN COORDINATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR FOR 180,000 ACRES OF LAND IN FLORIDA.HR45196Nay vote
10/19/1988 Senate floor actions. Status: Indefinitely postponed by Senate by Unanimous Consent.
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h100v724TO PASS HR 1516, TONGASS TIMBER REFORM, TO ALLOW FOR ANNUAL ALLOCATIONS OF AT LEAST $40 MILLION FOR TONGASS TIMBER SUPPLY FUND AND CURRENT HARVEST GOALS; TO RENEGOTIATE TWO TIMBER CONTRACTS AND SUSPEND FOR FIVE YEARS PAYMENTS ON HARVESTING IN 1HR15166Nay vote
8/4/1988 Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 864.
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h100v726TO PASS HR 3964, NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM REVIEW BOARD, TO GIVE MORE INDEPENDENCE TO THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE; INCLUDING APPOINTMENT OF A DIRECTOR AND ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ADVISORY BOARD.HR39646Nay vote
8/1/1988 Referred to Senate subcommittee. Status: Referred to Subcommittee on Public Lands, National Parks.
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h100v731TO PASS S 892, LANDS OWNED BY THE SHRINERS' HOSPITALS FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN, TO KEEP THE UNITED STATES FROM USING ANY REVISION RIGHT CONCERNING LAND FORMERLY OWNED BY THEM BUT NOW BELONGING TO SHRINERS' HOSPITALS FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN.S8921Yea vote
8/17/1988 Became Private Law No: 100-16.
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h100v732TO ADOPT HR 1414, PRICE-ANDERSON AMENDMENTS, TO DISAPPROVE 15 OF 16 SENATE AMENDMENTS AND TO AGREE ON THE 16TH WITH SUBSTITUTE TEXT PROPOSED BY THE HOUSE WHICH WOULD RESOLVE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE HOUSE AND SENATE VERSIONS OF THE BILL.HR14141Yea vote
8/20/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-408.
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h100v737TO PASS HR 4352, OMNIBUS MCKINNEY HOMELESS ASSISTANCE ACT, TO REAUTHORIZE FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS TO ASSIST THE HOMELESS.HR43526Nay vote
11/7/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-628.
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h100v744TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 442, WARTIME RELOCATION OF CIVILIANS, TO APOLOGIZE AND PAY $20,000 IN REPARATIONS TO EACH SURVIVING JAPANESE-AMERICAN INTERNED DURING WORLD WAR II.HR4421Yea vote
8/10/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-383.
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h100v746TO PASS HR 4333, TAX TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS, TO CORRECT TECHNICAL MISTAKES IN THE 1986 TAX ACT AND MAKE OTHER CHANGES IN TAX LAW.HR43331Yea vote
11/10/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-647.
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h100v747TO PASS HR 5090, U.S. - CANADA TRADE AGREEMENT IMPLEMENTATION, TO CHANGE VARIOUS U.S. LAWS TO MAKE THEM COMPLY WITH THE U.S. - CANADA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT AND ENACT IT AS LAW.HR50901Yea vote
9/28/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-449.
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h100v748TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4800, FISCAL 1989 HUD APPROPRIATIONS, TO ALLOCATE OVER $59 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND 16 OTHER AGENCIES IN FISCAL 1989.HR48001Yea vote
8/19/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-404.
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h100v750TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 5015, DROUGHT ASSISTANCE.HR50151Yea vote
8/11/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-387.
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h100v758TO PASS HR 4526, MANASSAS NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD, TO GIVE MORE LAND TO MANASSAS NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK.HR45266Nay vote
9/20/1988 Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 953.
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h100v766TO PASS HR 1580, SOUTH AFRICA SANCTIONS, TO PREVENT ALMOST ALL U.S. TRADE AND CERTAIN OTHER ACTIVITIES WITH SOUTH AFRICA.HR15806Nay vote
9/26/1988 Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 993.
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h100v768TO RETURN TO THE SENATE HR 5206, FISCAL 1988 DIRE EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TO GIVE ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LABOR, TRANSPORTATION, JUSTICE, DEFENSE AND AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENTS IN FISCAL 1988.HR52066Nay vote
9/9/1988 Referred to House subcommittee. Status: Referred to Subcommittee on Health and the Environment.
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h100v770TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4775, FISCAL 1989 TREASURY, POSTAL SERVICE APPROPRIATIONS.HR47751Yea vote
9/22/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-440.
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h100v773TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4867, FISCAL 1989 INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS, TO ALLOT FUNDS COVERING FISCAL 1989 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR AND ASSOCIATED AGENCIES.HR48671Yea vote
9/27/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-446.
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h100v776TO AMEND HR 5210, OMNIBUS DRUG BILL, TO STATE THAT THE DEATH PENALTY BE GIVEN TO PEOPLE CONVICTED OF DRUG-RELATED MURDERS.1Yea vote
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h100v779TO AMEND HR 5210, OMNIBUS DRUG BILL, TO GIVE AN EXCEPTION TO THE ''EXCLUSIONARY RULE'' THAT POLICE HAD REASONABLE ''GOOD FAITH'' BELIEF THAT THEY SEIZED THE EVIDENCE LAWFULLY.1Yea vote
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h100v785TO PERSIST IN A DISAGREEMENT WITH A SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 4783, FISCAL 1983 LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS, AN AMENDMENT TO PERMIT THE USE OF MEDICAID FUNDS FOR ABORTIONS WHEN PREGNANCY RESULTS FROM CASES OF RAPHR47831Yea vote
9/20/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-436.
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h100v788TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4586, FISCAL 1989 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $8.8 BILLION FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION IN FISCAL 1989.HR45861Yea vote
9/27/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-447.
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h100v791TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4994, FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES REFORM, TO ALLOW THE FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, A GOVERNMENT CORPORATION, TO ENLARGE ITS PROGRAMS BY BORROWING MONEY FROM THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT. MOTION FAILED; TWO THIRDS OF THO1Yea vote
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h100v795TO AMEND HR 5210, OMNIBUS DRUG BILL, TO PERMIT THE PRESIDENT TO CHOOSE THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE NATIONAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT POLICY BOARD AS A CABINET-LEVEL OFFICIAL.6Nay vote
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h100v796TO AMEND HR 5210, OMNIBUS DRUG BILL, TO CREATE AN OFFICE OF DRUG ENFORCEMENT COORDINATION WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT. ITS DIRECTOR AN UNDERSECRETARY LEVEL POSITION WOULD BE APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT AND CONFIRMED BY THE SENATE. THIS AM6Nay vote
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h100v798TO AMEND HR 5210, OMNIBUS DRUG BILL, TO REMOVE THE PROVISIONS THAT WOULD NOT ALLOW THE GOVERNMENT TO SEIZE VEHICLES USED IN DRUG TRAFFICKING.1Yea vote
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h100v805TO AMEND, IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE, THE MCCOLLUM, FL AMENDMENT TO HR 5210, OMNIBUS DRUG BILL, AN AMENDMENT TO REQUIRE THE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF THE DRIVER'S LICENSE OF PERSONS CONVICTED OF DRUG RELATED OFFENSES.6Nay vote
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h100v816TO ADOPT H RES 540, THE RULE TO ALLOW FOR AGREEMENT WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 1154, TEXTILE AND APPAREL TRADE ACT, AN AMENDMENT TO GIVE A PRIORITY IN TEXTILE QUOTAS TO COUNTRIES THAT ADD TO THEIR IMPORT OF U.S. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS.HRES5406Nay vote
9/23/1988 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Resolution Agreed to in House by Yea-Nay Vote: 248 - 150 (Record Vote No: 341).
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h100v819TO PASS HR 5142, AIDS FEDERAL POLICY, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE $1.2 BILLION IN THE NEXT 3 YEARS TO CREATE A NATIONAL AIDS COMMISSION, MANDATE CONFIDENTIALITY FOR TESTING AND COUNSELING PROCEDURES AND ACCELERATE FEDERAL RESEARCH PROJECTS.HR51426Nay vote
9/23/1988 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House (Amended) by Yea-Nay Vote: 367 - 13 (Record Vote No: 344).
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h100v821TO AMEND HR 4417, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY AUTHORIZATION, TO FORBID THE NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE TO GO PRIVATE.6Nay vote
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h100v823TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4794, FISCAL 1989 TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS, TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $10.8 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR47941Yea vote
9/30/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-457.
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h100v825TO AGREE WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENTS ON HR 4782, FISCAL 1989 COMMERCE, JUSTICE, STATE AND JUDICIARY APPROPRIATIONS, TO GIVE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION A NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND JURISDICTION TO UPDATE ITS RULES AND REGULATIONS REGARDING GRANT HR47821Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-459.
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h100v829TO ADOPT H RES 537, THE RULE TO ARRANGE HOUSE FLOOR REVIEW OF HR 387, EQUITABLE PAY PRACTICES, TO CREATE A COMMISSION TO REVIEW THE ESTABLISHED FEDERAL JOB CATEGORIES AND PAY SCHEDULES TO SEE THAT THEY COMPLY WITH FAIR LABOR AND CIVIL RIGHTS LA6Nay vote
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h100v834TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4481, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO ALLOCATE OVER $221 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PLUS THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY'S NUCLEAR-WEAPONS PROJECTS.HR44811Yea vote
9/29/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-456.
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h100v839TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4784, FISCAL 1989 AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATIONS, TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $46.6 BILLION FOR THE AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR47841Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-460.
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h100v840TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4587, FISCAL 1989 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH APPROPRIATIONS, TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $1.8 BILLION FOR THE OPERATING COSTS FOR CONGRESS AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR45871Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-458.
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h100v846TO PASS HR 387, EQUITABLE PAY PRACTICES, TO CREATE A COMMISSION LL MEMBERS TO STUDY THE FEDERAL JOB SYSTEM'S ADHERENCE TO LAWS AGAINST DISCRIMINATION AS STATED BY THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 AND THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938HR3876Nay vote
10/4/1988 Received in the Senate. Read twice. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 1062.
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h100v847TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4781, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, TO ALLOCATE $282.4 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.HR47811Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-463.
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h100v848TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1720, WELFARE REFORM, TO CREATE THE FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM SUPERCEDES ADFC, TO STRESS CHILD SUPPORT AND FAMILY SUPPORT FOR ATTEMPTS TO FIND AND KEEP JOBS AND TO SET UP PROGRAMS TO HELP AVOID LONG TERM WELFARHR17201Yea vote
10/13/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-485.
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h100v849TO COME TO AGREEMENT WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENT ON HR 4776, FISCAL 1989 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS, AN AMENDMENT TO ALLOW RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATIONS TO WITHHOLD BENEFITS AND RESOURCES FROM ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT IDEAS THAT DISAGREE WITHHR47761Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-462.
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h100v850TO COME TO AGREEMENT WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 4637, FISCAL 1989 FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS, TO REQUIRE THAT BEFORE U.S. ASSISTANCE IS GIVEN TO CHINA'S MISSILE PROGRAM, THE PRESIDENT WILL CERTIFY THAT CHINA WILL NOT FURNISH MISSILES TO IRHR46376Nay vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-461.
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h100v851TO PASS HR 2642, COLORADO UTE INDIAN WATER RIGHTS, TO SANCTION AND INITIATE COLORADO UTE INDIAN RESERVED WATER RIGHTS CLAIMS IN COLORADO.HR26426Nay vote
11/3/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-585.
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h100v866TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 5164, MARIEL CUBAN DETENTION REVIEW, TO PROVIDE THE RIGHT TO A HEARING FOR DETAINED CUBANS WHO ENTERED THE U.S. BETWEEN APRIL AND OCTOBER 1980. MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v878TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4211, OCEAN POLLUTION PLANNING REAUTHORIZATION, TO EXTEND THE NATIONAL OCEAN POLLUTION PLANNING ACT OF 1978 FOR THE 1989 AND 1990 FISCAL YEARS. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v887TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS S 1236, NAVAJO AND HOPI INDIAN RELOCATION, TO CONTINUE TO FUND THE HOUSING PROGRAMS ESTABLISHED BY THE NAVAJO-HOPI RELOCATION PROGRAM. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v889TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 5203, QUINAULT INDIAN LANDS, TO DECLARE THAT CERTAIN U.S. FOREST LANDS BE GIVEN TO THE QUINAULT INDIAN RESERVATION. MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v895TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND AGREE WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO S 2057, COASTAL HERITAGE TRAIL, TO CREATE THE COASTAL HERITAGE TRAIL IN NEW JERSEY. MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v900TO PASS HR 1154, TEXTILE AND APPAREL TRADE ACT, OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO TO LIMIT IMPORTS OF TEXTILES, CLOTHING AND SHOES. MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.6Nay vote
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h100v902TO PASS, HR 5410, FOREIGN INVESTMENT DISCLOSURE, TO REQUIRE REGISTRATION OF FOREIGN CITIZENS WHO OBTAIN A LARGE OR CONTROLLING INTEREST IN U.S. BUSINESS OR REAL ESTATE IN ORDER TO DOCUMENT FACTS ABOUT THE PURCHASE.HR54106Nay vote
10/7/1988 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce.
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h100v903TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 908, INSPECTOR GENERAL ACT, TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL WITHIN THE DEPARTMENTS OF THE TREASURY AND JUSTICE AND OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES.S9081Yea vote
10/18/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-504.
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h100v917TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 2749, MILITARY BASE CLOSINGS, TO CREATE A COMMISSION TO RECOMMEND, BY THE END OF DECEMBER 1988, WHICH MILITARY BASES SHOULD BE CLOSED WITHIN THE U.S.S27491Yea vote
10/24/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-526.
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h100v918TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS S 1081, NUTRITION MONITORING AND RESEARCH, TO ESTABLISH A NATIONAL NUTRITION ADVISORY COUNCIL, TO MONITOR THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF BOTH THE U.S. FOOD SUPPLY AND THE POPULATION AND TO SET UP A PROCESS TO COORDINATE6Nay vote
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h100v924TO PASS S 2752, QUINALT INDIAN LANDS, TO ENLARGE WASHINGTON'S QUINALT INDIAN RESERVATION TO INCLUDE NEARLY 12,000 ACRES OF THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST, AND TO ARRANGE FOR THE CONTROL OF TIMBER REVENUES FROM THOSE LANDS.S27521Yea vote
11/8/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-638.
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h100v925TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 515, CREDIT CARD DISCLOSURE, TO DIRECT COMPANIES THAT ISSUE CREDIT CARDS TO CLEARLY EXPLAIN TO CUSTOMERS THE INTEREST RATES, FEES, GRACE PERIODS AND METHOD OF CALCULATING INTEREST CHARGES BEFORE A CARD IS ISHR5151Yea vote
11/3/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-583.
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h100v928TO PASS S 2840, ARIZONA-IDAHO LANDS, TO SANCTION LAND EXCHANGES AND TO CREATE SEVERAL FEDERAL CONSERVATION AREAS IN ARIZONA, IDAHO AND MINNESOTA.S28401Yea vote
11/18/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-696.
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h100v939TO AGREE WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 5210, OMNIBUS DRUG BILL, WITH AN AMENDMENT TO GRANT OVER $2 BILLION TO STOP MANUFACTURING, DISTRIBUTION AND USE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS, TO EXPAND DRUG EDUCATION AND TREATMENT PROGRAMS, TO IMPOSE THE DEATH PENAHR52101Yea vote
11/18/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-690.
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