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President's Positions on 99th House Roll Call Votes


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h99v17TO PASS H R 1035, A BILL PROVIDING $3 BILLION IN EMERGENCY CREDIT AND DEBT ADJUSTMENT RELIEF TO FINANCIALLY STRESSED FARMERS AND RANCHERS. (MOTION PASSED)HR10356Nay vote
2/28/1985 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Received in the Senate and read twice and referred to the Committee on Agriculture.
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h99v21TO PASS H R 1251, A BILL APPORTIONING ONE-HALF OF THE FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF INTERSTATE AND DEFENSE HIGHWAYS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985 AND 1986 AND SUBSTITUTING HIGHWAY AND TRANSIT PROJECTS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1984 AND 1985. HR12511Yea vote
3/13/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-4.
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h99v25TO AGREE TO H RES 92 TOGETHER WITH A SENATE AMENDMENT TO H R 1096. H RES 92 PROVIDES FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF H R 1096, A BILL AUTHORIZING APPROPRIATIONS FOR FAMINE RELIEF AND RECOVERY IN AFRICA. THE SENATE AMENDMENT AUTHORIZES $1.85 BILLION IN6Nay vote
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h99v31TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 1025, A BILL AUTHORIZING APPROPRIATIONS TO CARRY OUT THE ANADROMOUS FISH CONSERVATION ACT DURING FISCAL YEARS 1986, 1987, AND 1988. (MOTION PASSED;2/3 REQUIRED)CH19,1986Nay vote
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h99v32TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 1028, A BILL PROMOTING AND ENCOURAGING MANAGEMENT OF PRIORITY INTERJURISDICTIONAL FISHERY RESOURCES. (MOTION PASSED;2/3 REQUIRED)CH19,1986Nay vote
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h99v34TO PASS H.J.RES.180, TO APPROVE THE OBLIGATION OF FUNDS AVAILABLE DURING FISCAL YEAR 1985 FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF ADDITIONAL OPERATIONAL MX MISSILES. (MOTION PASSED.)HJRES1801Yea vote
3/26/1985 House floor actions. Status: Laid on Table in House by Unanimous Consent.
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h99v36TO PASS H. J. RES. 181, A BILL APPROVING THE OBLIGATION AND AVAILABILITY OF PRIOR YEAR UNOBLIGATED BALANCES MADE AVAILABLE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1985 FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF ADDITIONAL OPERATIONAL MX MISSILES. (MOTION PASSED)HJRES1811Yea vote
4/4/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-18.
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h99v39TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H R 1239, A BILL MAKING URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1985, FOR EMERGENCY FAMINE RELIEF AND RECOVERY IN AFRICA. (MOTION PASSED)HR12391Yea vote
4/4/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-10.
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h99v40TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 1373, A BILL DESIGNATING THE WILDERNESS IN THE POINT REYES NATIONAL SEASHORE IN CALIFORNIA AS THE PHILLIP BURTON WILDERNESS. (MOTION PASSED;2/3 REQUIRED)IL2,19856Nay vote
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h99v47TO PASS H R 1714. (MOTION PASSED)HR17141Yea vote
12/5/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-170.
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h99v53TO PASS H R 1617, A BILL AUTHORIZING $143.9 MILLION IN APPROPRIATIONS TO THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE FOR THE PROGRAMS OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1986 AND 1987. (MOTION PASSED)HR16171Yea vote
7/29/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-73.
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h99v58TO PASS H. J. RES. 239, A BILL APPROVING THE OBLIGATION OF FUNDS AVAILABLE UNDER PUBLIC LAW 98-473 FOR SUPPORTING MILITARY OR PARAMILITARY OPERATIONS IN NICARAGUA. (MOTION FAILED)1Yea vote
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h99v60TO AGREE TO AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H. J. RES. 247, A MEASURE PROVIDING UNITED STATES ASSISTANCE TO FOSTER PEACE AND NURTURE DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS THROUGHOUT CENTRAL AMERICA. THE HAMILTON SUBSTITUTE PROVIDES $10 MILLION6Nay vote
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h99v61TO AMEND THE HAMILTON SUBSTITUTE FOR H. J. RES. 247 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. H. J. RES. 247 PROVIDES UNITED STATES ASSISTANCE TO FOSTER PEACE AND NURTURE DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS THROUGHOUT CENTRAL AMERICA. THE HAMILTON SIL24,1981Yea vote
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h99v89TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 2268, A BILL APPROVING AND IMPLEMENTING THE FREE TRADE AREA AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND ISRAEL. (MOTION PASSED;2/3 REQUIRED)71,9851Yea vote
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h99v93TO AGREE TO H R 1869, A MEASURE REPEALING THE CONTEMPORANEOUS RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS ADDED BY THE TAX REFORM ACT OF 1984. (MOTION PASSED)HR18691Yea vote
5/24/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-44.
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h99v120TO PASS H CON RES 152. (MOTION PASSED)HCONRES1526Nay vote
5/23/1985 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Resolution Agreed to in House (Amended) by Yea-Nay Vote: 258 - 170 (Record
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h99v122TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H. J. RES. 192, A MEASURE DESIGNATING APRIL 24, 1985, AS ''NATIONAL DAY OF REMEMBRANCE OF MAN'S INHUMANITY TO MAN.'' (MOTION FAILED;2/3 REQUIRED)E4,19856Nay vote
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h99v130TO PASS H R 1460. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
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h99v140TO AMEND THE MCDADE AMENDMENT TO H R 2577. THE MCDADE AMENDMENT PROVIDES $27 MILLION IN HUMANITARIAN AID FOR NICARAGUAN DEMOCRATIC RESISTENCE TO BE ALLOCATED IN THREE EQUAL INSTALLMENTS BY A UNITED STATES AGENCY OTHER THAN THE C.I.A. OR THE DEFE12,19856Nay vote
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h99v141TO AMEND THE MCDADE AMENDMENT TO H R 2577. THE MCDADE AMENDMENT PROVIDES $27 MILLION IN HUMANITARIAN AID FOR NICARAGUAN DEMOCRATIC RESISTENCE TO BE ALLOCATED IN THREE EQUAL INSTALLMENTS BY A UNITED STATES AGENCY OTHER THAN THE C.I.A. OR THE DEFE12,19856Nay vote
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h99v142TO AMEND H R 2577 TO PROVIDE $27 MILLION IN HUMANITARIAN AID FOR NICARAGUAN DEMOCRATIC RESISTENCE TO BE ALLOCATED IN THREE EQUAL INSTALLMENTS BY A UNITED STATES AGENCY OTHER THAN THE C.I.A. OR THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT, AND TO AUTHORIZE $2 MILLIONE12,19851Yea vote
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h99v143TO AMEND H R 2577 TO: SET FORTH UNITED STATES POLICY OBJECTIVES WITH RESPECT TO NICARAGUA; PROVIDE $14 MILLION FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO NICARAGUAN REFUGEES OUTSIDE OF NICARAGUA TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY THE RED CROSS OR THE U.N. HIGH COMMISSIOE12,19856Nay vote
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h99v145TO AMEND H R 1452, A BILL AMENDING THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT TO EXTEND FOR TWO YEARS THE AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR REFUGEE ASSISTANCE. THE SENSENBRENN AMENDMENT STRIKES THE $50 MILLION AUTHORIZATION AND LANGUAGE FOR TARGETEDE13,19851Yea vote
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h99v147TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 2369, A BILL REVISING AND EXTENDING THE PROGRAMS OF ASSISTANCE UNDER TITLE X OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT. (MOTION FAILED;2/3 REQUIRED)E18,19856Nay vote
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h99v151TO AMEND THE MAVROULES SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT FOR THE DICKINSON AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE DICKINSON AMENDMENT HALTS PRODUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT OF MX MISSILES AT 50, AND MAKES FURTHER PRODUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT OF SUCH MISSILES CONTINGENT UPON THE E18,19856Nay vote
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h99v152TO AMEND THE DICKINSON AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE DICKINSON AMENDMENT HALTS PRODUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT OF MX MISSILES AT 50, AND MAKES FURTHER PRODUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT OF SUCH MISSILES CONTINGENT UPON THE WILLINGNESS OF THE SOVIET UNION TO NEGOE18,19856Nay vote
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h99v153TO AMEND THE MAVROULES SUBSTITUTE FOR THE DICKINSON AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE DICKINSON AMENDMENT HALTS PRODUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT OF MX MISSILES AT 50, AND MAKES FURTHER PRODUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT OF SUCH MISSILES CONTINGENT UPON THE WILLINGNESE18,19851Yea vote
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h99v155TO AMEND H R 1872 TO DELETE ALL OF THE PROCUREMENT FUNDS FOR THE TRIDENT II D-5 MISSILE. (MOTION FAILED)E19,19856Nay vote
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h99v156TO AMEND THE PORTER AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE PORTER AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT NONE OF THE FUNDS AUTHORIZED MAY BE USED FOR PROCUREMENT OF BINARY CHEMICAL MUNITIONS, INCLUDING ADVANCED PROCUREMENT LONG-LEAD COMPONENTS, OR FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OE19,19851Yea vote
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h99v157TO AMEND THE FASCELL SUBSTITUTE FOR THE PORTER AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE FASCELL AMENDMENT PROHIBITS THE USE OF FUNDS FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF BINARY CHEMICAL MUNITIONS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 1987, AFTER WHICHPROCUREMENT MAY PROCEED IF THE PRESIDENE19,19851Yea vote
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h99v159TO AMEND THE PRICE AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE PRICE AMENDMENT IS A TECHNICAL AMENDMENT TO THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE (SDI) LANGUAGE THAT INCREASES THE AUTHORIZATION BY $27 MILLION TO $2.5 BILLION. THE DELLUMS AMENDMENT REDUCES THE SDI AUTE20,19856Nay vote
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h99v160TO AMEND THE PRICE AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE MAVROULES AMENDMENT FREEZES THE SDI PROGRAM AT THE 1985 LEVEL OF $1.4 BILLION AND PROHIBITS THE USE OF FUNDS FOR ANY NON-LABORATORY TESTS OF SDI TECHNOLOGY. (MOTION FAILED)E20,19856Nay vote
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h99v161TO AMEND THE HOLT SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE HOLT AMENDMENT INCREASES THE SDI AUTHORIZATION BY $490 MILLION TO $2.9 BILLION AND REQUIRES THAT ACTIVITIES BE CONSISTENT WITH THE ABM TREATY. THE COURTER AMENDMENT INCREASES THE SDI AUTHOE20,19851Yea vote
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h99v162TO AMEND THE PRICE AMENDMENT TO H R 1872. THE DICKS AMENDMENT REDUCES THE SDI AUTHORIZATION FROM $2.5 BILLION TO $2.1 BILLION AND LIMITS THE AMOUNT AVAILABLE TO FOUR PROGRAMS THAT MIGHT VIOLATE THE ABM TREATY TO 1985 LEVELS.E20,19856Nay vote
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h99v170TO AMEND THE SPRATT AMENDMENT TO H R 1872 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. THESE AMENDMENTS ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF CIVIL SERVANTS AND MILITARY OFFICERS WHO LEAVE GOVERNMENT SERVICE AND THEN ENTER EMPLOYMENT WITH DEFENSE CONTRACTE25,19856Nay vote
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h99v178TO AGREE TO THE BROWN AMENDMENT TO H R 1872, AS AMENDED BY THE HOYER AMENDMENT. THE HOYER AMENDMENT ADDS $20 MILLION TO THE AIR FORCE'S SPACE SYSTEM SURVIVABILITY PROGRAM. THE BROWN AMENDMENT PROHIBITS ANTISATELLITE (ASAT) WEAPONS TESTS AGAINST6Nay vote
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h99v185TO AGREE TO THE FOLEY AMENDMENT TO H R 1872 AS AMENDED BY THE HUNTER AMENDMENT. THE FOLEY AMENDMENT PROHIBITS THE INTRODUCTION OF ARMED FORCES INTO NICARAGUA FOR COMBAT AND PROVIDES THAT NOTHING IN THE AMENDMENT CAN BE UNDERSTOOD TO AFFECT THE6Nay vote
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h99v192TO AMEND H R 1555 TO REVISE THE ECONOMIC AND MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO THE PHILIPPINES FOR EACH OF THE FISCAL YEARS 1986 AND 1987 BY PROVIDING $35 MILLION IN FOREIGN MILITARY SALES CREDITS, $95 MILLION IN ECONOMIC SUPPORT FUNDS, AND $50 MILLION INY9,19851Yea vote
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h99v196TO AMEND H R 1555 TO STATE THE SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING VOLUNTARY FAMILY PLANNING; RESTRICT FUNDING FOR POPULATION PLANNING IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, INCLUDING FUNDING THROUGH INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS WITH POPULATION PROGRAMS FORY10,19851Yea vote
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h99v197TO AMEND THE SNOWE SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT FOR THE SMITH AMENDMENT TO H R 1555. THE SMITH AMENDMENT TO THE SNOWE AMENDMENT IS A PERFECTING AMENDMENT WHICH REQUIRES THAT NONGOVERNMENT FOREIGN-BASED ORGANIZATIONS RECEIVING U.S. FUNDS NOT PERFORM ORY10,19851Yea vote
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h99v198TO AMEND H R 1555 TO PROHIBIT ALL MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO EL SALVADOR UNTIL VARIOUS CONDITIONS ARE MET AND CONGRESS ENACTS A JOINT RESOLUTION. (MOTION FAILED)Y10,19856Nay vote
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h99v199TO AMEND H R 1555 TO REPEAL THE ''CLARK AMENDMENT'' TO THE INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION ACT OF 1980. THIS AMENDMENT, FIRST ENACTED IN 1976, PROHIBITS ASSISTANCE FOR MILITARY OR PARAMILITARY OPERATIONS IN ANGOLA. (MOTION PAY10,19851Yea vote
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h99v205TO PASS H R 99, A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE CONSERVATION, REHABILITATION, AND IMPROVEMENT OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES LOCATED ON PUBLIC OR INDIAN LANDS. (MOTION PASSED)HR996Nay vote
7/15/1985 Referred to Senate subcommittee. Status: Referred to Subcommittee on Public Lands and Reserved Water.
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h99v211TO AMEND H R 2965 TO STRIKE ALL FUNDS FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION. (MOTION FAILED)Y17,19851Yea vote
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h99v218TO PASS H R 2965. (MOTION PASSED)HR29651Yea vote
12/13/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-180.
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h99v225TO AMEND H R 8, A BILL APPROPRIATING $21 BILLION OVER 5 YEARS IN GRANTS AND LOANS FOR LOCAL SEWAGE TREATMENT, TO FREEZE 1986 FUNDING AT THE 1985 LEVEL OF $2.6 BILLION AND LIMIT INCREASES IN FUNDING TO INFLATION ADJUSTMENTS FOR FISCAL 1987-1990.Y23,19851Yea vote
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h99v226TO AGREE TO H R 8, A BILL APPROPRIATING $21 BILLION OVER 5 YEARS IN GRANTS AND LOANS FOR LOCAL SEWAGE TREATMENT. (MOTION PASSED)HR86Nay vote
7/23/1985 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House (Amended) by Yea-Nay Vote: 340 - 83 (Record Vote No: 250).
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h99v237A JOINT RESOLUTION TO GRANT AUTONOMY TO THE FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN AND THE MARSHALL ISLANDS. THE COMPACT OF FREE ASSOCIATION ALLOWS THE ISLANDS TO ASSOCIATE AS INDEPENDENTS WITH THE UNITED STATES FOR ECONOMIC AND DEJRES1Yea vote
1/14/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-239.
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h99v249TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 960, AUTHORIZING $12 BILLION IN FOREIGN ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEARS 1986 AND 1987. (MOTION PASSED)S9601Yea vote
8/8/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-83.
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h99v251TO ADOPT H CON RES 179, A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROVIDING $13 BILLION FOR SPECIFIC GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS AND PAY INCREASES FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES. (MOTION PASSED)HCONRES1791Yea vote
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h99v260ADOPTION OF THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2068 TO AUTHORIZE $12 BILLION IN FISCAL YEARS 1986 AND 1987 FOR THE STATE DEPARTMENT, THE ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY, THE BOARD OF INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING, AND THE U.S. INFORMATION AGENCY. (MOHR20681Yea vote
8/16/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-93.
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h99v266TO APPROPRIATE FUNDING FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION (FOR 1987, 1988), THE APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION'S HIGHWAY PROGRAMS (FOR 1986-1992), AND THE ARC'S OTHER PROGRAMS (FOR 1986-1990).APPROP6Nay vote
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h99v269TO AMEND TO H R 2372 WHICH REDUCES $6.3 MILLION IN FISCAL 1986-87 IN REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAMS TO STATES PARTICIPATING IN RAILROAD SAFETY PROGRAMS. (MOTION FAILED - H R 2372 ACCEPTED BY VOICE VOTE)TEMBER5,1Yea vote
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h99v279TO APPROVE H J RES 388 WHICH CONTINUES FUNDING THROUGH NOVEMBER 14 OF PROGRAMS WHOSE FISCAL 1986 APPROPRIATIONS ARE NOT YET BEEN APPROVED. (MOTION PASSED)HJRES3881Yea vote
9/30/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-103.
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h99v288MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS S J RES 127 GIVING CONGRESSIONAL CONSENT TO ASSIGNING AUTHORITY TO THE BI-STATE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI TO ESTABLISH ITS OWN BOND LIMITS, AS WELL AS TO CONSTRUCT A RECYCLING PLANT. (MOTIOSJRES1271Yea vote
9/30/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-106
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h99v289TO AMEND H R 2100 BY LOWERING PRICE SUPPORTS FOR SUGAR AND REMOVING TRANSPORTATION COSTS FROM THE SPECTRUM OF FACTORS DETERMINE THE MARKET PRICE OF SUGAR. (MOTION FAILED)TEMBER261Yea vote
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h99v290TO AMEND H R 2100 BY REDUCING DAIRY PRICE SUPPORT UNTIL SURPLUSES REACH SPECIFIED LEVELS. THE AMENDMENT WOULD ALSO ELIMINATE A MINIMUM FOR THE PRICES OF FEDERAL MARKETING ORDERS FOR MILK. (MOTION FAILED)TEMBER261Yea vote
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h99v291TO AMEND H R 2100 BY ALLOWING DAIRY FARMER TO MANDATE THEIR OWN PRODUCTION CONTROLS IN RETURN FOR HIGHER PRICES. THE MANDATE WOULD REQUIRE SUPPORT FROM 60% OF THE DAIRY FARMERS IN A NATIONAL REFERENDUM. (MOTION FAILED)TEMBER266Nay vote
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h99v293A SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO A PRIOR AMENDMENT TO H R 2100 WHICH INCREASES PRICE SUPPORTS FOR WHEAT FARMERS TO $4.50 PER BUSHEL FOR THE FIRST 15,000 BUSHELS AND TO $4.00 A BUSHEL FOR MORE THAN 15,000 BUSHELS. THE AMENDMENT ALSO WOULD ALLOW FARMERS6Nay vote
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h99v294TO AMEND A PRIOR AMENDMENT TO H R 2100 BY HOLDING SUPPORT PRICES FOR WHEAT AT $4.38 PER BUSHEL AND REDUCING SUPPORT BY 5% ANNUALLY UNTIL 1990. (MOTION FAILED)OBER1,191Yea vote
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h99v301TO AMEND H R 2100 BY REMOVING PROVISIONS WHICH ESTABLISHED FARMER REFERENDA FOR DECIDING PRODUCTION LIMITS ON CORN AND WHEAT, AS WELL AS GRAIN EXPORT SUBSIDIES. (MOTION PASSED)OBER3,191Yea vote
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h99v302TO AMEND H R 2100 BY PHASING OUT THE PEANUT PRICE SUPPORT PROGRAM OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS. GRADUALLY LESS OF THE PEANUT CROP WOULD BE AFFECTED BY THE QUOTA AND GRADUALLY MORE FARMERS WHO DID NOT HAVE QUOTAS WOULD BE PERMITTED TO SELL IN MARKETOBER3,191Yea vote
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h99v303AN AMENDMENT TO H R 2100 FOOD AND SECURITY ACT EXEMPTING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS FROM CARGO-PREFERENCE REQUIREMENTS. UNDER THESE REQUIREMENTS, HALF THE EXPORTS THAT COME FROM GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS MUST BE SHIPPED ON U.S. VESSELS. THIS IS A SUBSTITU1Yea vote
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h99v307AMENDMENT TO H R 2100 FOOD AND SECURITY ACT REQUIRING THE STATES TO ENROLL MOST FOOD STAMP RECIPIENTS IN A TRAINING PROGRAM THAT WILL PLACE THEM IN JOBS. A STATE MAY EXEMPT RECIPIENTS FROM THE PROGRAM IF IT DEEMS THE PROGRAMS IMPRACTICABLE FOROBER7,191Yea vote
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h99v309MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND ADOPT H R 3174 WHICH ALLOWS MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES WHO ARE ON ACTIVE DUTY TO SUE THE GOVERNMENT FOR MEDICAL AND DENTAL MALPRACTICE. (MOTION PASSED)HR31746Nay vote
6/24/1986 Senate committee/subcommittee actions. Status: Subcommittee on Administrative Practice&Procedure. Hearings held.
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h99v311AN AMENDMENT TO H R 2100 FOOD SECURITY ACT THAT SETS SEPARATE REFERENDUMS ON PRODUCTION CONTROLS FOR GRAIN, SOYBEAN, RICE, AND COTTON CROPS. THE CONTROL PROGRAMS MUST GAIN SUPPORT FROM AT LEAST 60% OF THE FARMERS OF EACH CROP. IF THE PROGRAMS DOBER8,196Nay vote
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h99v312AMENDMENT TO H R 2100 FOOD SECURITY ACT THAT HAS WHEAT,FEED GRAIN, RICE, COTTON, AND SOYBEAN FARMERS REJECT OR APPROVE THROUGH A REFERENDUM EVERY FOUR YEARS, UNTIL 1997, THE PRODUCTION PROGRAM OUTLINED IN THE AMENDMENT. IF THE PROGRAM IS REJECTOBER8,196Nay vote
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h99v318TO APPROVE H R 3008, A BILL THAT CREATES A COMMISSION THAT WILL OVERSEE A STUDY TO DETERMINE WHETHER PAY DIFFERENCES AMONG FEDERAL JOBS RESULT FROM RACE AND SEX DISCRIMINATION. (MOTION PASSED)HR30086Nay vote
6/17/1986 Senate committee/subcommittee actions. Status: Committee on Governmental Affairs received executive comment from Justice Department.
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h99v320TO APPROVE H R 1562, A BILL THAT ESTABLISHES NEW QUOTAS ON TEXTILE IMPORTS AND ATTEMPTS TO REVIVE U.S. TEXTILE AND APPAREL INDUSTRIES BY REDUCING CLOTHING IMPORTS. (MOTION PASSED)HR15626Nay vote
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h99v327TO APPROVE H R 3327 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO APPROPRIATE $8.37 BILLION FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, THE BULK OF WHICH WILL BE APPROPRIATED TO THE ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE, AND FAMILY HOUSING. (MOTION PASSED)HR33271Yea vote
12/10/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-173.
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h99v329MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 463 NATIONAL TOPSOIL PRESERVATION ACT, A BILL AUTHORIZING THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR TO CREATE A CONSERVATION PROGRAM FOR TOPSOIL THAT IS THREATENED WITH EROSION FROM MINING, RECLAMATION AND OTHER FEDHR4636Nay vote
10/22/1985 Failed of passage/not agreed to in House. Status: Failed to Receive 2/3
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h99v330TO APPROVE H R 2095 DAYLIGHT-SAVING TIME EXTENSION. THE BILL EXTENDS DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME FROM THE FIRST SUNDAY IN APRIL TO THE FIRST SUNDAY IN NOVEMBER. (MOTION PASSED)HRdaylight1Yea vote
Latest Major Action: 10/31/1985 Senate committee/subcommittee actions. Status: Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and
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h99v333TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H R 2409 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH AUTHORIZATIONS. THE ADOPTION OF THIS REPORT CLEARS THE LEGISLATION FOR THE PRESIDENT. THE REPORT EXTENDS FUNDING THAT IS SCHEDULED TO EXPIRE FOR AUTHORITIES IN N.I.H., INCRHR24096Nay vote
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h99v335TO AMEND H R 3500 BY ENSURING THAT HIGHWAY AND AIRPORT TRUST FUNDS ARE NOT REMOVED FROM THE BUDGET.OBER24,11Yea vote
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h99v336TO APPROVE H R 3500 BUDGET RECONCILIATION WHICH REDUCES SPENDING BY $60.9 BILLION BETWEEN 1986 AND 1988, THE SAME AMOUNT CALLED FOR BY S CON RES 32.HR35006Nay vote
10/29/1985 Received in the Senate, read twice. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 370.
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h99v340TO APPROVE THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H R 2942 THAT APPROPRIATES FUNDING FOR THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH IN 1986. (MOTION PASSED)HR29421Yea vote
11/13/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-151.
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h99v341AN AMENDMENT TO H R 3629 FROM THE COMMITTEE OF WHOLE THAT REMOVES $1.746 BILLION THAT IS APPROPRIATED FOR 12 MX MISSLES. (MOTION PASSED)OBER30,16Nay vote
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h99v342AN AMENDMENT TO H R 3629 DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS THAT REMOVES $1.746 BILLION THAT IS APPROPRIATED FOR 12 MX MISSLES. (MOTION FAILED)OBER30,16Nay vote
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h99v347TO APPROVE H R 3128 DEFICIT REDUCTION. THE BILL LOWERS EXPENDITURES AND INCREASES REVENUES IN A VARIETY OF AREAS IN ORDER TO REDUCE THE DEFICIT BY $19.5 BILION BY 1988. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
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h99v355MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H J RES 36 TO ESTABLISH A MEMORIAL TO THE WOMEN OF THE ARMED FORCES THAT WILL BE BUILT IN WASHINGTON D.C. (MOTION PASSED; 2/3 REQUIRED)HJRES361Yea vote
11/6/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-610.
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h99v356MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 2205, A BILL THAT ESTABLISHES A MEMORIAL TO VETERANS OF THE KOREAN WAR THAT WILL BE BUILT IN WASHINGTON D.C.. (MOTION PASSED; 2/3 REQUIRED)HR22051Yea vote
10/28/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-572.
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h99v357MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H J RES 142 TO ESTABLISH A MEMORIAL TO BLACK VETERANS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR THAT WILL BE BUILT IN WASHINGTON D.C. (MOTION PASSED; 2/3 REQUIRED)HJRES1421Yea vote
10/27/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-558.
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h99v358AMENDMENT TO H R 6 WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT THAT REQUIRES LOCAL DISTRICTS AND STATES TO SHARE THE COST OF PROJECTS TO CONTROL FLOODING FROM THE MISSISSIPPI. THESE AREAS ARE EXEMPT FROM PROVISIONS IN THE BILL THAT REQUIRE LOCALITIES TO PAY FOEMBER6,11Yea vote
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h99v359AMENDMENT TO H R 6 WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT THAT REMOVES AUTHORIZATION TO BUILD A DAM FOR ELK CREEK LAKE IN OREGON.EMBER6,11Yea vote
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h99v362TO APPROVE H R 3036 TREASURY, POSTAL SERVICE AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATION ACT, A BILL THAT APPROPRIATES $13.15 BILLION TO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT, THE POSTAL SERVICE AND THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT. (MOTION PASSED)HR30366Nay vote
11/15/1985 Vetoed by President.
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h99v364TO APPROVE H R 2409 HEALTH RESEARCH EXTENSION ACT, A BILL THAT EXTENDS FUNDING FOR CERTAIN TYPES RESEARCH AND CREATES NEW INSTITUTES. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
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h99v365TO APPROVE H J RES 441 FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS. THE RESOLUTION CONTINUES UNTIL DECEMBER 12, 1985 APPROPRIATION FOR WHICH THE GOVERNMENT HAS NOT YET VOTED.HJRES4411Yea vote
11/14/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-154.
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h99v368TO APPROVE A CONFERENCE REPORT ON H R 3038 HUD APPROPRIATIONS. THE BILL APPROPRIATES $57.29 BILLION IN 1986 TO HUD AND 17 AGENCIES.HR30381Yea vote
11/25/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-160.
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h99v369TO APPROVE H R 3721 TEMPORARY PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT INCREASE, A BILL THAT INCREASE THE NATIONAL DEBT TO NO MORE THAN $1.904 TRILLION AND LOWERS IT BACK TO $1.824 TRILLION BY DECEMBER 13. THE BILL ALSO REINVESTS ALL SECURITIES THAT GOVERNMENT HAS DIHR37211Yea vote
11/14/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-155.
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h99v370TO APPROVE H R 6 WATER RESOURCES CONSERVATION, DEVELOPMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE, A BILL THAT FUNDS PROJECTS TO IMPROVE METHODS OF CONSERVING WATER. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
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h99v376TO APPROVE THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H R 2419. THE REPORT APPROPRIATES FUNDS TO AGENCIES INVOLVED IN INTELLIGENCE; CLARIFIES CERTAIN POLICIES ON AID TO THE CONTRAS; HASTENS THE GRANT OF CITIZENSHIP TO CERTAIN INTELLIGENCE AGENTS; PERMITS THE CIAHR24191Yea vote
12/4/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-169.
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h99v379TO APPROVE H R 3622 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF REORGANIZATION, A BILL THAT STREAMLINES THE CHANNELS THROUGH WHICH ADVICE IS GIVEN TO THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH FROM THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF. THE BILL INCREASES THE TERM OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFSHR36226Nay vote
10/1/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-433.
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h99v386MOTION TO CONCUR IN THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO RESTRICT TEXTILE, APPAREL AND SHOE IMPORTS AND TO PROVIDE FOR NEGOTIATIONS TOWARD VOLUNTARY REDUCTIONS IN WORLDWIDE COPPER PRODUCTION. (MOTION PASSED)TRADE6Nay vote
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h99v389TO PASS H J RES 465, THE BILL AUTHORIZING CONTINUED SPENDING THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 1985 FOR GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WHOSE 1986 APPROPRIATIONS HAD NOT YET BEEN APPROVED.6Nay vote
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h99v391TO PASS H R 3700, AUTHORIZING THROUGH FISCAL 1991 COLLEGE AID FOR STUDENTS AND OTHER PROGRAMS UNDER THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965.HR37006Nay vote
1/21/1986 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Received in the Senate and read twice and referred to the Committee on Labor and Human Resources.
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h99v393TO APPROVE THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H R 3424. THE REPORT APPROPRIATES $106.54 BILLION TO THE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AND EDUCATION AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR34241Yea vote
12/12/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-178.
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h99v400MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 1083 LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE POLICY AMENDMENTS, A BILL THAT ESTABLISHES A SYSTEM FOR ALLOCATING SITES IN THE COUNTRY WHERE LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTES WILL BE DISPOSED. THERE ARE CURRENTLY THREE STAHR10831Yea vote
1/15/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-240.
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h99v401MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND TO APPROVE H R 3773, AN AMENDMENT TO THE STEVENSON-WYDLER TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION ACT OF 1980. THIS AMENDMENT ENCOURAGES TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BY ESTABLISHING A FEDERAL LABORATORY CONSORTIUM FOR TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER WHR37731Yea vote
10/20/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-502.
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h99v402MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND TO APPROVE H R 1538, A BILL PROVIDING A 3.4 PERCENT COST-OF-LIVING ALLOWANCE IN FISCAL 1986 FOR VETERANS RECEIVING DISABILITY COMPENSATION AND FOR SURVIVORS AND DEPENDENTS RECEIVING INDEMNITY COMPENSATION. (MOTIOHR15381Yea vote
1/13/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-238.
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h99v404MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND TO ADOPT S 1884, A BILL WHICH AMENDS THE FARM CREDIT ACT OF 1971. (MOTION PASSED - 2/3 REQUIRED)S18841Yea vote
12/23/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-205.
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h99v411TO ADOPT H RES 336, A RULE PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF STATUTES EMBODIED IN H R 3838 FOR REFORMIMG THE INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION FAILED)1Yea vote
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h99v413TO APPROVE S J RES 238 WHICH ESTABLISHES A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA ON MATTERS CONCERNING NUCLEAR ENERGY. (MOTION PASSED)SJRES2381Yea vote
12/16/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-183
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h99v415TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.J. RES 372, RAISING THE STATUTORY LIMIT ON THE PUBLIC DEBT TO $2.079 TRILLION, AND REQUIRING AN ANNUAL DECLINE IN THE PUBLIC DEBT BEGINNING IN 1986 WHICH RESULTS IN A BALANCED BUDGET BY 1991.HJRES3721Yea vote
12/12/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-177.
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h99v423TO APPROVE H J RES 491 WHICH EXTENDS FISCAL AUTHORITY TO GOVERNMENT AGENCIES THROUGH DECEMBER 19, 1985 AND PROHIBITS USE OF FUNDS BY THE SYNTHETIC FUELS CORPORATION. (MOTION PASSED)HJRES4911Yea vote
12/17/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-184.
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h99v424MOTION TO SUPEND THE RULES AND PASS H R 3132 WHICH REGULATES THE MANUFACTURE, IMPORTATION, AND SALE OF ARMOR-PIERCING AMMUNITION. A TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY REQUIRED. (MOTION PASSED)HR31321Yea vote
8/28/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-408.
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h99v425TO ADOPT H RES 343, A RULE PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H R 3838 WHICH WOULD REVISE THE INTERNAL REVENUE STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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h99v428MOTION TO RECOMMIT H R 3838 TO THE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
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h99v431TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT FOR H R 2100 TO EXTEND AGRICULTURAL PRICE SUPPORT PROGRAMS THROUGH FISCAL 1990 AND TO PROVIDE PROGRAMS FOR AGRICULTURAL EXPORT, RESOURCE CONSERVATION, FARM CREDIT, AND RESEARCH. THE REPORT ALSO CONTINUES FOOD ASSIHR21001Yea vote
12/23/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-198.
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h99v433TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT FOR H J RES 465 WHICH PROVIDES MORE THAN $3.5 BILLION TO GOVERNMENT AGENCIES THAT ARE NOT YET FUNDED FOR FISCAL 1986. (MOTION PASSED)HJRES4651Yea vote
12/19/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-190.
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h99v435TO ADOPT THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H R 3718 TO WAIVE THE PERIOD OF CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FOR GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, SIBLEY HOSPITAL AND GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY.HR37181Yea vote
12/26/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-216.
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h99v457TO SUBSTITUTE FOR THE WAXMAN, CALIF. AMENDMENT TO HR 3456 AN AMENDMENT TO REDUCE AUTHORIZATIONS TO $33 MILLION TO THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION IN EACH OF FISCAL YEARS 1986-88. THE 1987 AND 1988 LEVELS WOULD BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE G1Yea vote
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h99v461TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 2418, A BILL TO AMEND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT TO CONTINUE FEDERAL AID THROUGH FISCAL 1988 FOR COMMUNITY AND MIGRANT HEALTH SERVICES. MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.RUARY19,6Nay vote
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h99v466TO OFFER AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE TO H J RES 3 TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT TEST BAN NEGOTIATIONS SHOULD BEGIN ONLY AFTER MUTUAL, SUBSTANTIAL, VERIFIABLE, AND MILITARILY SIGNIFICANT NUCLEAR ARMS REDUCTIONS.1Yea vote
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h99v467TO SEND H J RES 3 BACK TO THE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE WITH DIRECTIONS TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTS THAT THE ENACTMENT OF THE JOINT RESOLUTION WOULD HAVE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW STRATEGIC WEAPONS.1Yea vote
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h99v472TO OFFER A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE WAXMAN, CALIF. AMENDMENT TO HR 2418 TO FREEZE 1987 AND 1988 AID TO COMMUNITY AND MIGRANT HEALTH CENTERS AT CURRENT LEVELS AND TO KEEP PRIMARY CARE BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY. STATES CAN OPT FOR THE PRIMARY CARE BLOCK GR1Yea vote
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h99v474TO PASS HR 2418 TO AMEND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES ACT TO CONTINUE TO PROVIDE AID TO COMMUNITY AND MIGRANT HEALTH CENTERS THROUGH 1988 AND TO DISPENSE WITH THE OPTIONAL PRIMARY CARE BLOCK GRANT.HR24186Nay vote
3/5/1986 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House (Amended) by Yea-Nay Vote: 403 - 6 (Record Vote No: 40).
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h99v475TO AGREE TO H RES 390, THE RULE PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3128, THE OMNIBUS BUDGET RECONCILIATION ACT.6Nay vote
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h99v478TO AGREE TO THE SENATE AMENDMENTS TO HR 1614 TO RAISE MILK ASSESSMENTS TO COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS FOR DEFICIT- REDUCTION, TO RESTRICT NON-PROGRAM CROP PLANTING ON LAND SUBSIDIZED FOR PROGRAM CROPS, TO ORDER DISTRIBUTION OF COMMODITIES OWNED BYHR16141Yea vote
3/20/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-260.
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h99v479TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE, HR 1524 TO PROVIDE MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF POLYGRAPH EXAMINATIONS.CH12,1986Nay vote
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h99v481TO ADOPT HR 1524, A BILL TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF POLYGRAPH TESTING BY EMPLOYERS INVOLVED IN OR AFFECTING INTERSTATE COMMERCE.HR15246Nay vote
3/13/1986 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Received in the Senate and read twice and referred to the Committee on Labor and Human Resources.
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h99v483TO ADOPT H RES 398, THE RULE WITHDRAWING POINTS OF ORDER AGAINST FLOOR CONSIDERATION OF THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H J RES 534, A JOINT RESOLUTION TO MAKE A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.6Nay vote
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h99v484TO MOVE THAT THE HOUSE RECEDE FROM ITS DISAGREEMENT AND CONCUR WITH A SENATE AMENDMENT TO H J RES 534 TO MAKE AN EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE OF $5 BILLION FOR THE COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION FOR FISCALCH13,1986Nay vote
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h99v487TO PASS H CON RES 296, A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION SPECIFYING BUDGET LEVELS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPT. 30, 1987.1Yea vote
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h99v489TO TABLE THE MOTION BY MARTIN, ILL. TO CONCUR IN THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 3128, THE OMNIBUS BUDGET RECONCILIATION ACT, WHICH ALTERS THE BILL TO LOWER FISCAL 1986 DEFICITS.CH18,1986Nay vote
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h99v491TO DISAGREE TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 3128, ALTERING THE DEFICIT-REDUCTION BILL. THIS IS AN AMENDMENT TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 3128.HR31281Yea vote
4/7/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-272.
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h99v493TO ADOPT HR 4151, A BILL SETTING ASIDE $4.4 BILLION TO REINFORCE SECURITY FOR U.S. DIPLOMATIC PERSONNEL AND TO TAKE OTHER MEASURES TO COMBAT TERRORISM.HR41511Yea vote
8/27/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-399.
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h99v494TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2453, A BILL TO AMEND THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965, TO INCREASE THE AMOUNTS APPROPRIATED FOR SENIOR CITIZEN NUTRITION PROGRAMS FROM $120.8 MILLION TO $127.8 MILLION IN FISCAL 1985; FROM $125.9 MILLION TOHR24531Yea vote
4/1/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-269.
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h99v497TO ADOPT H J RES 540, A JOINT RESOLUTION ENDORSING $100 MILLION IN MILITARY AND NON-MILITARY AID REQUESTED BY THE PRESIDENT FOR THE ''CONTRAS'' IN NICARAGUA AND REMOVING CONSTRAINTS ON CIA AND DEFENSE DEPARTMENT ASSISTANCE TO THE CONTRAS.1Yea vote
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h99v498TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H J RES 534, A JOINT RESOLUTION MAKING AN URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, ADDING $5 BILLION TO FISCAL 1986 APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION.HJRES5341Yea vote
3/24/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-263.
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h99v499TO MOVE THAT THE HOUSE WITHDRAW ITS DISAGREEMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 3128 WHICH ALTERS THE BILL TO LOWER 1986 DEFICITS. THIS SENATE AMENDMENT WAS AN AMENDMENT TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO THCH20,1981Yea vote
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h99v507TO AMEND THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO HR 4332, IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE, TO PERMIT INTERSTATE SALES OF RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS, PERMIT INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION OF ALL FIREARMS, LESSEN RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS FOR FIREARMIL10,1981Yea vote
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h99v508TO ADOPT HR 4332, A BILL TO AMEND CHAPTER 44 OF TITLE 18, US CODE (THE 1968 GUN CONTROL ACT.)HR43321Yea vote
4/10/1986 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House (Amended) by Yea-Nay Vote: 292 - 130 (Record Vote No: 75).
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h99v510TO ORDER THE PREVIOUS QUESTION, THUS CURTAILING DEBATE AND ELIMINATING THE POSSIBILITY FOR AMENDMENT ON H RES 415, THE RULE CALLING FOR FLOOR CONSIDERATION OF HR 4515, A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1986 AND APPROVE PRESIDEIL15,1986Nay vote
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h99v511TO AGREE TO H RES 415, THE RULE CALLING FOR FLOOR CONSIDERATION OF HR 4515.6Nay vote
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h99v519TO PASS HR 281, A BILL TO AMEND THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT TO INCREASE THE STABILITY OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN THE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.HR2816Nay vote
4/28/1986 Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 634.
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h99v520TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4392, A BILL SETTING ASIDE $1 MILLION IN BOTH 1987 AND 1988 FOR GRANTS TO STATES TO CONTROL BUBONIC PLAGUE. (MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.)IL22,1986Nay vote
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h99v524TO PASS HR 4420, A BILL TO REVISE THE RETIREMENT SYSTEM FOR NEW MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES.HR44206Nay vote
7/1/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-348.
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h99v527TO PASS HR 1116, A BILL REDESIGNING THE GARRISON DIVERSION UNIT OF THE PICK-SLOAN MISSOURI BASIN PROGRAM.HR11161Yea vote
5/12/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-294.
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h99v529TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4600, A BILL TO AMEND AND REAUTHORIZE THE INDIAN HEALTH CARE IMPROVEMENT ACT, BY SETTING ASIDE $99 MILLION FOR HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS IN 1987- 1989. (MOTION FAILED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT NOT VOTING IN FAVOR.IL29,1986Nay vote
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h99v531TO AMEND HR 4421 TO REPEAL FOLLOW THROUGH PROGRAM AUTHORIZATION.IL29,1981Yea vote
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h99v533TO PASS HR 4421, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMS.6Nay vote
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h99v536TO AMEND THE REID (D, NV) SUBSTITUTE TO HR 3302 TO DELETE FROM THE BILL THE PASSAGE CREATING THE GREAT BASIN NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE IN NEVADA.IL30,1981Yea vote
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h99v538TO PASS HR 4409, A BILL AUTHORIZING $437.3 MILLION FOR THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE PANAMA CANAL IN 1987.HR44091Yea vote
8/1/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-368.
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h99v539TO ADOPT HR 4208, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE COAST GUARD FOR FISCAL YEARS 1987 AND 1988 AND ALSO SET ASIDE FUNDS FOR RETIRED PAY.HR42081Yea vote
11/10/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-640.
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h99v541TO ADOPT H J RES 589, A RESOLUTION TO PROHIBIT THE ADMINISTRATION'S PROPOSED SALE OF MISSILES TO SAUDI ARABIA.HJRES5896Nay vote
5/7/1986 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Passed House by Yea-Nay Vote: 356 - 62 (Record Vote No: 112).
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h99v547TO PASS HR 4515, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE AN URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION OF $1.7 BILLION FOR FISCAL 1986.6Nay vote
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h99v549TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 124, THE SAFE DRINKING WATER AMENDMENTS OF 1985, A BILL APPROVING APPROPRIATIONS TO IMPLEMENT THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT OF 1974 FOR FISCAL 1987-1991 AND TO REVISE CERTAIN SECTIONS REGULATING SAFETY OF DRINS1241Yea vote
6/19/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-339.
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h99v550TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 974, A MEASURE PROVIDING FUNDS FOR 1986-1988 TO AGENCIES THAT OFFER PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY SERVICES FOR THE MENTALLY ILL.S9741Yea vote
5/23/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-319.
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h99v556TO PASS H CON RES 337, THE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION SPECIFYING THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGETS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1987, 1988 AND 1989HCONRES3376Nay vote
5/15/1986 Passed/agreed to in House. Status: Resolution Agreed to in House by Yea-Nay Vote: 245 - 179 (Record Vote No: 1
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h99v559TO AMEND HR 4800, A BILL TO INCREASE COMPETITIVENESS OF U.S. INDUSTRY, TO STRIKE LANGUAGE REQUIRING MANDATORY NEGOTIATIONS WITH COUNTRIES WHICH HAVE AN EXCESSIVE TRADE SURPLUS AND DEFINING VIOLATIONS OF LABOR RIGHTS AS UNREASONABLE TRADE PRACTI211,9861Yea vote
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h99v560TO AMEND HR 4800 TO STRIKE THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS CONCERNING IMPORT RELIEF: ALLOWING VOLUNTARY INDUSTRY ADJUSTMENT GROUPS, TRANSFERRING AUTHORITY FROM THE PRESIDENT TO THE U.S. TRADE REPRESENTATIVE, AND ESTABLISHING AN ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE T211,9861Yea vote
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h99v561TO AMEND HR 4800 TO DELETE PARTS OF THE BILL PERTAINING TO ANTI-DUMPING ENFORCEMENT AND COUNTERVAILING DUTIES. THE AMENDMENT WOULD STRIKE THE PROVISION MAKING FOREIGN GOODS THAT USE SUBSIDIZED NATURAL RESOURCES SUBJECT TO INCREASED DUTIES AND W211,9861Yea vote
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h99v563TO AMEND HR 4800, TO STRIKE THE FOLLOWING EXPORT-RELATED PROVISIONS: LANGUAGE ELIMINATING THE REQUIREMENT FOR RE-EXPORT LICENSES; THE REQUIREMENT TO DECONTROL 40 PERCENT OF THE LEAST MILITARILY-SIGNIFICANT GOODS AND TECHNOLOGIES FROM THE CURREN211,9861Yea vote
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h99v564TO AMEND HR 4800 TO DELETE A PART OF THE BILL WHICH AUTHORIZES $300 MILLION FOR FINANCING FOREIGN PURCHASES OF U.S. EXPORTS. UNDER THIS AMENDMENT, ''TIED-AID'' CREDITS WOULD INSTEAD BE FUNDED FROM CURRENT RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO THE EXPORT-IMPOR211,9866Nay vote
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h99v565TO AMEND HR 4800 TO PROVIDE NEW LANGUAGE FOR TITLE IV (BANKING COMMITTEE PROVISIONS) CONTAINING NO LANGUAGE ON THE SETTING OF A COMPETITIVE EXCHANGE RATE OR ON THIRD WORLD DEBT AND TRADE AND CONTAINING NO AUTHORIZATION FOR THE INDUSTRIAL COMPET211,9861Yea vote
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h99v567TO ADOPT HR 4800, THE OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, A BILL TO ENHANCE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF AMERICAN INDUSTRY BY ALTERING TRADE LAWS TO STRESS RETALIATION IN DEALING WITH COUNTRIES WHO DO NOT ALLOW U.S. GOODS INTO THEIR MARKETS. THE MEASURE ALSO LESSENSHR48006Nay vote
9/23/1986 Senate committee/subcommittee actions. Status: Committee on Finance. Committee consideration and Mark Up Session held.
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h99v569TO AMEND THE GONZALEZTEX. SUBSTITUTE FOR HR 1 TO STRIKE PROVISIONS AUTHORIZING THE URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANT (UDAG) PROGRAM.E4,19861Yea vote
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h99v593TO AMEND HR 4116, A BILL TO EXTEND THE VOLUNTEERS IN SERVICE TO AMERICA (VISTA) PROGRAM, TO LIMIT THE FISCAL YEAR 1987 AUTHORIZATION LEVEL AT $151 MILLION.E17,19861Yea vote
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h99v594TO AMEND HR 4116, TO LIMIT THE VISTA VOLUNTEER SERVICE YEARS FOR 1987, 1988 AND 1989 TO 2,400.E17,19861Yea vote
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h99v595TO PASS HR 4116, A BILL TO EXTEND FOR THREE YEARS THE VOLUNTEERS IN SERVICE TO AMERICA (VISTA) PROGRAM UNDER THE DOMESTIC VOLUNTEER SERVICE ACT OF 1973.6Nay vote
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h99v597TO PASS HR 4175, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987 FOR CERTAIN MARITIME PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSION.HR41756Nay vote
10/28/1986 Pocket Vetoed by President.
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h99v603TO AMEND H CON RES 350, SUCH THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD CONTINUE ADHERENCE TO ALL OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE SALT AGREEMENTS AS LONG AS THE SOVIETS DO LIKEWISE.E19,19861Yea vote
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h99v605TO ADOPT H CON RES 350, PROVIDING THAT THE PRESIDENT SHALL CONTINUE TO ADHERE TO THE NUMERICAL SUBLIMITS OF THE SALT AGREEMENTS AS LONG AS THE SOVIET UNION DOES LIKEWISE.HCONRES3506Nay vote
6/24/1986 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Received in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relation
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h99v613TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4515, MAKING URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1986.HR45151Yea vote
7/2/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-349.
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h99v616TO AMEND HR 5052, TO REDUCE THE NAVY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATION BY $140 MILLION IN FUNDING FOR THE STRATEGIC HOMEPORTING INITIATIVE.E25,19866Nay vote
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h99v617TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE TITLE II, OF HR 5052, TO PROVIDE $100 MILLION IN ASSISTANCE TO THE CONTRAS IN THREE INCREMENTS AND PROVIDE $300 MILLION IN ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE TO COSTA RICA, EL SALVADOR, GUATEMALA AND HONDURAS.E26,19861Yea vote
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h99v618TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE TITLE II, OF HR 5052, TO PROVIDE $32 MILLION IN PREVIOUSLY APPROPRIATED FUNDS FOR CENTRAL AMERICAN REFUGEES, FOR RESETTLEMENT OF CONTRAS AND FOR THE CONTADORA PEACE PROCESS.E26,19866Nay vote
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h99v619TO AMEND THE EDWARDS SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO TITLE II, HR 5052, TO PROHIBIT RELEASE OF ANY NEW FUNDS FOR THE CONTRAS UNTIL THERE HAS BEEN A FULL ACCOUNTING FOR PREVIOUSLY RELEASED $27 MILLION IN HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE.E26,19866Nay vote
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h99v620TO AMEND THE EDWARDS SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO TITLE II, HR 5052, TO PROHIBIT UNITED STATES PERSONNEL FROM ENTERING ANY AREA IN HONDURAS OR COSTA RICA, WITHIN 20 MILES OF THE NICARAGUAN BORDER, FOR THE PURPOSED OF PROVIDING AID OR TRAINING TO THEE26,19866Nay vote
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h99v627TO PASS HR 2436, TO ESTABLISH A COORDINATED NATIONAL NUTRITION MONITORING AND RELATED RESEARCH PROGRAM, AND A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE NUTRITIONAL AND DIETARY STATUS OF THE UNITED STATES POPULATION AND THE NUTRITIONAL QUALITHR24361Yea vote
10/3/1986 Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 1074.
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h99v628TO RECEDE FROM AN AMENDMENT OF S CON RES 120, AND CONCUR IN AN AMENDMENT SETTING FORTH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1987, 1988 AND 1989 - CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.SCONRES1206Nay vote
6/27/1986 Senate agreed to the House amendment. By Voice Vote.
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h99v632TO PASS HR 4259, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE THE DONATION OF CERTAIN NON-FEDERAL LANDS WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK.HR42591Yea vote
7/17/1986 Referred to Senate subcommittee. Status: Referred to Subcommittee on Public Lands and Reserved Water.
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h99v634TO AMEND HR 4613, TO REQUIRE THAT LEVERAGE CONTRACTS ON PRECIOUS METALS BE REGULATED IN THE SAME MANNER AS PRECIOUS METALS FUTURES CONTRACTS. (THIS AMENDMENT WAS SUBSEQUENTLY REJECTED, SEE ROLL CALL NO. 220)Y16,19866Nay vote
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h99v637TO AMEND HR 4613, TO REQUIRE THAT LEVERAGE CONTRACTS ON PRECIOUS METALS BE REGULATED IN THE SAME MANNER AS PRECIOUS METALS FUTURES CONTRACTS. (THE AMENDMENT WAS AGREED TO IN THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE ROLL CALL NO. 217).Y16,19866Nay vote
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h99v638TO PASS HR 4613, A BILL TO REAUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS TO CARRY OUT THE COMMODITY EXCHANGE ACT, AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL IMPROVEMENTS TO THAT ACT.HR46131Yea vote
11/10/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-641.
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h99v641TO PASS H J RES 672, RATIFYING AND AFFIRMING THE REPORT OF JANUARY 15, 1986, OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET AND THE DIRECTOR OF THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE WITH RESPECT TO FISCAL YEAR 1986.HJRES6721Yea vote
7/31/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-366.
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h99v654TO AMEND HR 5162, TO REDUCE THE APPROPRIATION FOR CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION PROJECTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR BY $83.7 MILLION, ELIMINATING THE BONNEVILLE UNIT OF THE CENTRAL UTAH PROJECT.Y23,19866Nay vote
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h99v656TO AMEND HR 5162, TO REDUCE THE FUNDING FOR THE NUCLEAR WASTE DISPOSAL FUND BY $291.2 MILLION, ELIMINATING STUDY OF POTENTIAL NUCLEAR-WASTE REPOSITORY SITING IN WASHINGTON STATE, NEVADA AND TEXAS.Y23,19866Nay vote
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h99v660TO AMEND HR 5162, TO REDUCE EACH APPROPRIATION NOT REQUIRED OR OTHERWISE MADE AVAILABLE BY PREVIOUSLY ENACTED LAW BY 4.62 PERCENT.Y23,19866Nay vote
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h99v671TO TABLE THE CRANE, ILL. MOTION TO DISCHARGE THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS FROM CONSIDERATION OF H RES 475, DISAPPROVING THE PRESIDENT'S RECOMMENDATION TO EXTEND CERTAIN WAIVER AUTHORITY UNDER THE TRADE ACT OF 1974 WITH RESPECT TO ROMANIA. (TY29,19861Yea vote
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h99v685TO PASS HR 5205, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987.HR52056Nay vote
10/7/1986 Conference Report 99-976 Filed in House.
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h99v689TO PASS HR 5233, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987.HR52336Nay vote
10/2/1986 Conference Report 99-960 Filed in House.
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h99v691TO PASS HR 5234, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987.HR52346Nay vote
10/15/1986 Conference Report 99-1002 Filed in House.
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h99v692TO ADOPT S.J. RES 371, TO DESIGNATE AUGUST 1, 1986 AS 'HELSINKI HUMAN RIGHTS DAY'', CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR THE PRESIDENT.SJRES3711Yea vote
8/6/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-374
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h99v703TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 5288, A BILL TO PROVIDE EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO FARMERS AND RANCHERS ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY THIS YEAR'S DROUGHT AND EXCESSIVELY HOT WEATHER. (MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN FAVOR.)UST6,1981Yea vote
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h99v704TO SUSTAIN THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF HR 1562, A BILL TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES OF THE MULTI-FIBER ARRANGEMENT AND TO PROMOTE THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY OF THE UNITED STATES TEXTILE AND APPAREL INDUSTRY AND ITS WORKERS. (THE VETO WAS SUSTAINED, TWO THIUST6,1986Nay vote
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h99v726TO AMEND HR 4428, TO IMPOSE A ONE YEAR MORATORIUM ON ALL NUCLEAR TESTING BY THE UNITED STATES IN EXCESS OF ONE KILOTON, PROVIDED THAT THE SOVIETS ALSO OBSERVE SUCH A MORATORIUM AND MEET OTHER CONDITIONS OF ENHANCED VERIFICATION.UST8,1986Nay vote
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h99v732TO AMEND HR 4428, TO PROHIBIT OBLIGATION OF FUNDS FOR PROCUREMENT OF THE BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE UNTIL THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT HAD COMPLETED LIVE-FIRE TESTING AND RESULTS OF THOSE TESTS HAD BEEN REPORTED TO CONGRESS.UST11,196Nay vote
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h99v735TO AMEND HR 4428, TO TRANSFER ALL FUNDS FOR PROCUREMENT OF THE TRIDENT II D-5 MISSILE TO AN ACCOUNT DESIGNATED FOR PROCUREMENT OF TRIDENT I MISSILES.UST11,196Nay vote
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h99v737TO AMEND HR 4428, TO REDUCE THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT SDI AUTHORIZATION FROM $3.4 BILLION TO $1 BILLION, PROHIBIT STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE (SDI) ACTIVITIES THAT WOULD VIOLATE THE ANTI BALLISTIC MISSILE (ABM) TREATY, AND PROHIBIT CERTAIN TYPES UST12,196Nay vote
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h99v738TO AMEND HR 4428, TO REDUCE THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE (SDI) AUTHORIZATION FROM $3.4 BILLION TO $3.25 BILLION.UST12,191Yea vote
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h99v739TO AMEND HR 4428, TO REDUCE THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE (SDI) AUTHORIZATION FROM $3.4 BILLION TO $2.85 BILLION AND REDUCE THE ENERGY DEPARTMENT SDI FUNDING FROM $371 MILLION TO $279 MILLION.UST12,196Nay vote
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h99v740TO AMEND HR 4428, TO PROHIBIT USE OF FUNDS TO DEPLOY NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN VIOLATION OF SALT II AT SUCH TIME AS THE SOVIET UNION IS IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL PROVISIONS OF THE SALT II AGREEMENT.UST12,191Yea vote
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h99v748TO AMEND HR 4428, TO PROHIBIT ANTI-SATELLITE TESTS IN SPACE AS LONG AS THE SOVIETS CONTINUE THEIR MORATORIUM ON SUCH TESTS.UST13,196Nay vote
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h99v749TO AMEND HR 4428, TO PROVIDE AN ALTERNATIVE DEFENSE BUDGET WITH BUDGET AUTHORITY OF $255.4 BILLION AND OUTLAYS OF $265 BILLION IN FISCAL YEAR 1987.UST13,196Nay vote
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h99v750TO AMEND HR 4428, TO PROHIBIT USE OF AUTHORIZED FUNDS FOR PROCUREMENT OF BINARY NERVE GAS WEAPONS UNTIL OCTOBER 1, 1987, AND PROHIBIT THE UNILATERAL REMOVAL BY THE UNITED STATES OF UNITARY CHEMICAL WEAPONS FROM EUROPE UNLESS THEY ARE REPLACED WUST13,196Nay vote
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h99v754TO AMEND HR 4428, TO REQUIRE WITHDRAWAL OVER A PERIOD OF FIVE YEARS OF ONE-HALF OF THE UNITED STATES GROUND TROOPS CURRENTLY STATIONED IN EUROPE AND ONE-THIRD OF ALL UNITED STATES GROUND TROOPS STATIONED ELSEWHERE ABROAD, AND TO DEMOBILIZE ONE-UST13,196Nay vote
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h99v760TO PASS HR 5395, A BILL TO INCREASE THE STATUTORY LIMIT ON THE PUBLIC DEBT TO $2.079 TRILLION.HR53956Nay vote
8/21/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-384
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h99v766TO RECOMMIT HR 4428 TO THE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO REPORT IT BACK FORTHWITH CONTAINING AN AMENDMENT TO PERMIT USE OF ARMED FORCES FOR INTERDICTION OF NARCOTICS AT UNITED STATES BORDERS; AND WITH THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENTSUST15,191Yea vote
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h99v776TO AMEND THE BENNETT, FLA. AMENDMENT TO HR 5484, TO REQUIRE THE PRESIDENT TO DEPLOY WITHIN 30 DAYS ARMED FORCES EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL SUFFICIENT TO HALT THE UNLAWFUL PENETRATION OF UNITED STATES BORDERS BY AIRCRAFT AND VESSELS CARRYING NARCOTTEMBER11,6Nay vote
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h99v777TO AMEND HR 5484 TO PERMIT THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE TO ASSIGN MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES TO ASSIST DRUG ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS IN SEARCHES,SEIZURES AND ARRESTS OUTSIDE THE LAND AREA OF THE UNITED STATES IN ENFORCING DRUG LAWS.TEMBER11,6Nay vote
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h99v787TO PASS HR 5484, A BILL TO STRENGTHEN FEDERAL EFFORTS TO ENCOURAGE FOREIGN COOPERATION IN ERADICATING ILLICIT DRUG CROPS AND IN HALTING INTERNATIONAL DRUG TRAFFIC, TO IMPROVE ENFORCEMENT OF FEDERAL DRUG LAWS AND ENHANCE INTERDICTION OF ILLICIT HR54841Yea vote
10/27/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-570.
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h99v789TO ADOPT H RES 548, THE RULE PROVIDING FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF A MOTION TO AGREE TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 4868, A BILL IMPOSING ECONOMIC SANCTIONS ON SOUTH AFRICA.6Nay vote
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h99v790TO AGREE TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 4868, TO PROHIBIT LOANS TO, OTHER INVESTMENTS IN, AND CERTAIN OTHER ACTIVITIES WITH RESPECT TO, SOUTH AFRICA, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR THE PRESIDENT.HR48686Nay vote
Vetoed
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h99v793TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4421, TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS OF $15.79 BILLION FOR FISCAL YEARS 1987-1990 TO CARRY OUT THE HEAD START, FOLLOW THROUGH, DEPENDENT CARE, COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT, AND COMMUNITY FOOD AND NUTRITIONHR44211Yea vote
9/30/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-425.
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h99v795TO AMEND HR 4759, A BILL MAKING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES, TO STRIKE LANGUAGE PROHIBITING COVERT AID TO SUPPORT MILITARY OR PARAMILITARY OPERATIONS IN ANGOLA.TEMBER17,1Yea vote
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h99v801TO AMEND HR 1426 TO STRIKE LANGUAGE RELATING TO ELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN CALIFORNIA INDIAN TRIBES FOR SERVICES, RETAINING THE PRESENT LAW, AND REDUCING THE NUMBER OF COUNTIES IN CALIFORNIA DESIGNATED AS CONTRACT HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY AREAS.TEMBER18,1Yea vote
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h99v808TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS HR 4216, A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF CERTAIN CLAIMS OF THE PAPAGO TRIBE AT GILA BEND INDIAN RESERVATION ARISING FROM THE OPERATION OF PAINTED ROCK DAM.TEMBER23,6Nay vote
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h99v811TO PASS HR 4154, A BILL TO AMEND THE AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT ACT OF 1967 TO REMOVE THE MAXIMUM AGE LIMITATION APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYEES WHO ARE PROTECTED UNDER SUCH ACT.HR41541Yea vote
10/31/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-592.
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h99v815TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 1965, A BILL TO REAUTHORIZE AND REVISE THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.S19651Yea vote
10/17/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-498.
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h99v817TO RECOMMIT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3838, A BILL TO REFORM THE INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS, TO THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE.TEMBER25,6Nay vote
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h99v818TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3838, A BILL TO REFORM THE INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.HR38381Yea vote
10/22/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-514.
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h99v819TO PASS HR 5495, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS OF $7.7 BILLION TO THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION FOR FISCAL 1987.HR54956Nay vote
11/14/1986 Pocket Vetoed by President.
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h99v822TO PASS H J RES 738 MAKING $561.9 BILLION IN CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1987.6Nay vote
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h99v829TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF HR 4868, A BILL TO PROHIBIT LOANS TO, OTHER INVESTMENTS IN, AND CERTAIN OTHER ACTIVITIES WITH RESPECT TO, SOUTH AFRICA (MOTION PASSED; TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR).HR48686Nay vote
Vetoed
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h99v830TO PASS H J RES 743, MAKING CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FROM OCTOBER 1 THROUGH OCTOBER 8, 1986 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1987.HJRES7431Yea vote
10/1/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-434.
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h99v836TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4116, A BILL TO EXTEND AND IMPROVE THE DOMESTIC VOLUNTEER SERVICE ACT OF 1973, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.HR41161Yea vote
10/27/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-551.
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h99v837TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4021, A BILL TO EXTEND AND IMPROVE THE REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.HR40211Yea vote
10/21/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-506.
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h99v846TO PASS H J RES 748, MAKING FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS THROUGH OCTOBER 10, 1986 FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987HJRES7486Nay vote
10/9/1986 Vetoed by President.
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h99v847TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2005, THE SUPERFUND HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEANUP PROGRAM, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR THE PRESIDENT.HR20056Nay vote
10/17/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-499.
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h99v848TO PASS H J RES 750, MAKING FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS THROUGH OCTOBER 10, 1986 FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987HJRES7501Yea vote
10/9/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-464.
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h99v855TO AMEND HR 3810 TO STRIKE THE PROVISIONS PROHIBITING EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION BASED ON NATIONAL ORIGIN OR CITIZENSHIP STATUS.OBER9,191Yea vote
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h99v856TO AMEND HR 3810, TO PROHIBIT INS OFFICIALS FROM ENTERING A FARM OR AGRICULTURAL OPERATION WITHOUT A SEARCH WARRANT OR PERMISSION FROM THE OWNER IN ORDER TO QUESTION A PERSON BELIEVED TO BE AN ILLEGAL ALIEN.OBER9,196Nay vote
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h99v863TO PASS H J RES 751, MAKING FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS THROUGH OCTOBER 15, 1986, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1987HJRES7511Yea vote
10/11/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-465.
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h99v870TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 2638, NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.S26381Yea vote
11/14/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-661.
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h99v872TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 1200, A BILL TO AMEND THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT TO EFFECTIVELY CONTROL UNAUTHORIZED IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.S12001Yea vote
11/6/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-603.
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h99v873TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 1128, A BILL TO AMEND THE CLEAN WATER ACT, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.S11286Nay vote
11/6/1986 Pocket Vetoed by President.
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h99v879TO RECEDE FROM DISAGREEMENT AND CONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENT 124 TO H J RES 738, CONCERNING TRANSFER OF WASHINGTON-DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO REGIONAL AUTHORITY.HJRES7381Yea vote
10/30/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-591.
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h99v880TO PASS H J RES 753, MAKING FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987HJRES7531Yea vote
10/16/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-491.
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h99v884TO PASS HR 5705, A BILL TO PROTECT AND PROVIDE FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF THE RESOURCES OF THE COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE.HR57051Yea vote
11/17/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-663.
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h99v889TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 5300, A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR RECONCILIATION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATE ACTION.HR53001Yea vote
10/21/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-509.
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h99v890TO ACCEPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 6, A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF WATER AND RELATED RESOURCES AND THE IMPROVEMENT AND REHABILITATION OF THE NATION'S WATER RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE, CLEARING THE MEASURE FOR SENATHR61Yea vote
11/17/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-662.
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