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President's Positions on 100th Senate Roll Call Votes


Vote#Description (Highlights are coding aids) asc / dscBill/ResPres "Vote"Pres NotesSenators 
s100v3TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE HR 1, THE CLEAN WATER ACT REAUTHORIZATION, TO REDUCE TO $12 BILLION FEDERAL AID FOR SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v4TO ADOPT HR 1, THE CLEAN WATER ACT REAUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITY CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAMS.HR16Nay vote
CQ=nay supports pres (verified), but 2/4/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-4.
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s100v9TO ADOPT SJ RES 34, THE FEDERAL PAY INCREASE DISAPPROVAL, A RESOLUTION TO DISAPPROVE PRESIDENTIAL RECOMMENDATIONS CONCERNING THE PAY OF CERTAIN OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.6Nay vote
Resolution rejects salary increases recommended by the President
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s100v12TO ADOPT HJ RES 102, THE EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER PROGRAM APPROPRIATIONS, A RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE EMERGENCY ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOR THE PROGRAM BY THE TRANSFER OF $50 MILLION FROM THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY.HJRES1026Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 2/12/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-6.
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s100v14TO AMEND S 387, THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1987, TO ALLOW THE STATES TO RAISE THE MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT ON RURAL INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS FROM 55 TO 65 MILES PER HOUR.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v19TO ADOPT OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO, HR 1, THE CLEAN WATER ACT REAUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITY CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAMS, UPON RECONSIDERATION. TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATE, HAVING6Nay vote
Vetoed
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s100v21TO ADOPT HR 2, THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1987, A BILL TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND SAFETY PROGRAMS, MASS TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS, AND THE EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. PREVIOUSLY, THE SENA6Nay vote
Req 1000073
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s100v28TO ADOPT S 83, THE NATIONAL APPLIANCE ENERGY CONSERVATION ACT OF 1987, A BILL TO AMEND THE ENERGY POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACT IN REGARDS TO ENERGY CONSERVATION STANDARDS FOR APPLIANCES.S836Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 3/17/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-12.
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s100v31TO ADOPT SJ RES 81, A RESOLUTION TO DISAPPROVE THE PROVISION OF MORE ASSISTANCE TO THE NICARAGUAN CONTRAS AS IT RELATES TO TITLE II OF THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF 1987.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v33TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2, THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1987, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE FUNDS FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND SAFETY PROGRAMS, MASS TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS, AND THE EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PR6Nay vote
Req 1000073
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s100v35TO ADOPT HC RES 77, THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT CORRECTION, A RESOLUTION TO ALLOW THE STATES TO POST A SPEED LIMIT OF 65 MPH ON NON-URBAN SECTIONS OF INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS.HCRES771Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v44TO ADOPT S 790, THE COMPETITIVE EQUALITY BANKING ACT OF 1987, A BILL TO CONTROL ''NON-BANK'' BANKS, IMPOSE A MORATORIUM ON SOME SECURITIES AND INSURANCE ACTIVITIES BY BANKS, INSTITUTE RECAPITALIZATION OF THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CS7906Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v49TO ADOPT S 825, THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1987, A BILL TO REAUTHORIZE FEDERAL HOUSING PROGRAMS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v51TO ADOPT OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO HR 2, THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1987, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE FUNDS FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND SAFETY PROGRAMS, FOR MASS TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS, AND FOR EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE RELOCATION ASSISTAN6Nay vote
Vetoed, Req 1000073
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s100v59TO RECONSIDER THE PREVIOUS VOTE, THE OVERRIDE OF THE PRESIDENT'S VETO BY WHICH HR 2, THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT 1987, DID NOT PASS.6Nay vote
Vetoed, Req 1000073
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s100v60TO ADOPT OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO HR 2, THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1987, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE FUNDING FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND SAFETY PROGRAMS, FOR THE EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, AND FOR MASS TRANSPO6Nay vote
Vetoed
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s100v75TO ADOPT S 742, THE FAIRNESS IN BROADCASTING ACT OF 1987, A BILL TO CLARIFY CONGRESSIONAL INTENT REGARDING CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS OF THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1984 THAT ENSURE THAT BROADCASTERS AFFORD REASONABLE CHANCES FOR THE DISCUSSION OF CONFS7426Nay vote
6/22/1987 Vetoed by President.
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s100v81TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF TRUSTEN F. CRIGLER, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE SOMALI DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v85TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ARNOLD L. RAPHEL, OF NEW JERSEY, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v99TO ADOPT HR 1085, THE NEW GI BILL CONTINUATION ACT, A BILL TO AMEND TITLE 38 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE, TO MAKE HIGHER EDUCATION BENEFITS ESTABLISHED BY CHAPTER 30 OF THE CODE PERMANENT BENEFITS.HR10851Yea vote
6/1/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-48.
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s100v110TO AMEND HR 27, THE FSLIC RECAPITALIZATION, TO DELETE TITLES I AND II FROM THE BILL THUS ALLOWING FOR THE CREATION OF 'NON-BANK'' BANKS AND THE REMOVAL OF A PROPOSED MORATORIUM ON EXPANSION OF BANKING POWERS.1Yea vote
Req 1000053
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s100v111TO ADOPT HR 2360, THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT EXTENSION, A BILL TO TEMPORARILY INCREASE THE LIMIT ON THE DEBT CEILING.HR23601Yea vote
5/15/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-40.
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s100v115TO CONFIRM WILLIAM H. WEBSTER, OF MISSOURI, TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v117TO TABLE THE HELMS, NC AMENDMENT TO HR 1827, THE FISCAL 1987 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, WHICH WOULD ELIMINATE FUNDS PROVIDED FOR MULTILATERAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BANKS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v124TO AMEND HR 1827, THE FISCAL 1987 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TO POSTPONE THE START OF PENALTIES FOR FOUR MONTHS FOR EMPLOYERS WHO KNOWINGLY HIRE ILLEGAL ALIENS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v142TO AMEND HR 1827, THE FISCAL 1987 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TO DIRECT THE PRESIDENT TO ADD AIDS TO THE LIST OF DANGEROUS INFECTIOUS DISEASES THAT WOULD PREVENT IMMIGRATION TO THIS COUNTRY.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v145TO ADOPT HR 1827, THE FISCAL 1987 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING FOR VARIOUS PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987.HR18271Yea vote
7/11/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-71.
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s100v158TO TABLE THE SPECTOR, PA AMENDMENT TO THE UNFAIR COMPETITION ACT OF 1916 AND THE CLAYTON ACT, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE PRIVATE MEANS OF ACTION AGAINST UNFAIR FOREIGN COMPETITION.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v167TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 558, THE URGENT RELIEF FOR THE HOMELESS ACT, A BILL THAT AUTHORIZES HOUSING, HEALTH, FOOD, JOB TRAINING, AND OTHER ASSISTANCE TO THE HOMELESS.HR5586Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 7/22/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-77.
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s100v175TO AMEND S 1420, THE OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, TO REMOVE PROVISIONS ALLOWING THE PRESIDENT BROAD POWER TO LIMIT U.S. DEPENDENCY ON PETROLEUM IMPORTS, AND TO REQUIRE HIM TO DEVELOP A PROGRAM TO KEEP THOSE IMPORTS BELOW FIFTY PERCENT OF DOMESTIC CONSUM1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v178TO AMEND S 1420, THE OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, TO PERMIT THE PRESIDENT TO GIVE TEMPORARY RELIEF FROM IMPORTS TO A U.S. INDUSTRY WHEN SUCH RELIEF IS RECOMMENDED BY THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION AND IN NATIONAL ECONOMIC INTERESTS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v180TO AMEND S 1420, THE OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, TO REMOVE A PROVISION THAT REQUIRES ALL FIRMS WITH 100 OR MORE EMPLOYEES TO GIVE 60 DAYS ADVANCE NOTICE BEFORE PLANT CLOSINGS AND MASS LAYOFFS AFFECTING AT LEAST ONE-THIRD OF THE WORKERS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v181TO INVOKE CLOTURE, THEREBY LIMITING DEBATE ON THE MOYNIHAN, NY AMENDMENT TO S 1420, THE OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, WHICH WOULD EXPRESS THE SENSE OF CONGRESS TO DELAY THE PLAN TO ALLOW KUWAITI TANKERS IN THE PERSIAN GULF TO FLY THE U.S. FLAG. MOTION RE6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v189TO INVOKE CLOTURE, THEREBY LIMITING DEBATE ON THE MOYNIHAN, NY AMENDMENT TO S 1420, THE OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, WHICH WOULD EXPRESS THE SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT U.S. PROTECTION OF 'REFLAGGED'' KUWAITI OIL TANKERS SHOULD BE POSTPONED WHILE DIPLOMATIC 6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v196TO INVOKE CLOTURE, THEREBY LIMITING DEBATE ON THE BUMPERS, AR AMENDMENT TO S 1420, THE OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, WHICH WOULD REQUIRE AN 89 DAY PERIOD FOLLOWING THE PASSAGE OF THE BILL TO ''REFLAG'' KUWAITI OIL TANKERS IN WHICH NO U.S. FUNDS WOULD BE 6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v200TO AMEND S 1420, THE OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, TO REPEAL THE WINDFALL PROFITS TAX ON DOMESTIC CRUDE OIL.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v208TO PASS HR 3, THE OMNIBUS TRADE AND COMPETITIVENESS ACT OF 1987, PREVIOUSLY AMENDED BY SUBSTITUTING THE TEXT OF S 1420, AUTHORIZING NEGOTIATIONS TO REDUCE TRADE BARRIERS, STRENGTHENING RETALIATORY MEASURES AGAINST UNFAIR TRADE, EASING EXPORT CO6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v216TO AMEND HJ RES 324, THE TEMPORARY DEBT LIMIT INCREASE, TO INCREASE THE CEILING ON THE FEDERAL DEBT TO $2.8 TRILLION FROM $2.3 TRILLION, UNTIL MAY 1, 1989.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v225TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ALAN GREENSPAN, OF NEW YORK, TO BE A MEMBER AND CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v226TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 27, THE FSLIC RECAPITALIZATION, WHICH WOULD ALLOW THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION TO BORROW $10.8 BILLION AND RESTRICT CERTAIN ACTIVITIES BY BANKS, AMONG OTHER PROVISIONS.HR271Yea vote
8/10/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-86.
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s100v227TO PASS HR 1340, THE NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH ACT, A BILL TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF SURPLUS FOOD GIVEN TO SCHOOLS AND OTHER FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS, AND TO MAKE ADMINISTRATIVE IMPROVEMENTS AT THE DISCRETION OF THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE.HR13401Yea vote
1/8/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-237.
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s100v228TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DONALD S. RUDER, OF ILLINOIS, TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v230TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF M. PETER MCPHERSON, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE DEPUTY SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v232TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF NICHOLAS PLATT, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v233TO PASS HR 3190, THE TEMPORARY DEBT-LIMIT INCREASE, A BILL TO INCREASE THE FEDERAL DEBT CEILING FROM $2.1 TRILLION TO $2.352 TRILLION UNTIL SEPTEMBER 23, 1987.HR31901Yea vote
8/10/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-84.
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s100v237TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF MELISSA FOELSCH WELLS, OF NEW YORK, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF MOZAMBIQUE.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v238TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DAVID BRYAN SENTELLE, OF NORTH CAROLINA, TO BE U.S. CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v244TO AMEND THE GLENN, OH AMENDMENT TO S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO EXPRESS SENATE SUPPORT FOR PRESIDENTIAL EFFORTS ON ARMS CONTROL NEGOTIATIONS. THE GLENN AMENDMENT PROHIBITED AWARDING GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS ON THE STRATEGIC1Yea vote
Amendment expresses Senate support for president in arms control negotiations
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s100v245TO AMEND S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT CONGRESS FULLY SUPPORTS THE PRESIDENT IN ARMS CONTROL NEGOTIATIONS AND SHOULD THEREFORE REFRAIN FROM STATING POSITIONS ON ISSUES CURRENTLY UNDER 1Yea vote
Amendment expresses full support for president in arms control negotiations
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s100v248TO TABLE THE WARNER, VA AMENDMENT TO S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, WHICH WOULD REMOVE RESTRICTIONS PROHIBITING THE TESTING OF SPACE-BASED OR OTHER ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEMS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v259TO TABLE THE JOHNSTON, LA AMENDMENT TO S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, WHICH WOULD REDUCE THE AUTHORIZATION FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE TO $3.7 BILLION FOR FISCAL 1988. MOTION PASSED, VICE PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH, PRESI1Yea vote
Req 1000077
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s100v260TO TABLE THE KERRY, MA AMENDMENT TO S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, WHICH WOULD BAN SPACE TESTING OF ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEMS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v262TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HJ RES 324, THE PERMANENT DEBT LIMIT EXTENSION, A BILL TO RAISE THE FEDERAL DEBT CEILING TO $2.8 TRILLION, INSTITUTE AUTOMATIC SPENDING CUTS, AND ESTABLISH MAXIMUM DEFICIT LEVELS.HJRES3241Yea vote
9/29/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-119.
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s100v268TO TABLE THE HATFIELD, OR AMENDMENT TO S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, WHICH WOULD POSTPONE THE FINAL ASSEMBLY OF BINARY CHEMICAL WEAPONS UNTIL AT LEAST OCTOBER 1, 1988.1Yea vote
Req 990038
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s100v269TO TABLE THE PRYOR, AR AMENDMENT TO S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT FUNDING FOR THE BIGEYE NERVE GAS BOMB.1Yea vote
Req 990038
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s100v274TO ADOPT HJ RES 362, FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, A RESOLUTION TO CONTINUE FEDERAL FUNDING OF MOST PROGRAMS AT FISCAL 1987 SPENDING LEVELS.HJRES3621Yea vote
9/30/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-120.
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s100v279TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM SESSIONS, OF TEXAS, TO BE DIRECTOR OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION IN THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v289TO TABLE THE NICKLES, OK AMENDMENT TO HR 2713, THE FISCAL 1988 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATION, WHICH WOULD BAN THE USE OF FEDERAL OR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS FOR ABORTIONS UNLESS THE MOTHER'S LIFE IS ENDANGERED.6Nay vote
Req 1000097
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s100v295TO TABLE THE BUMPERS, AK AMENDMENT TO S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, WHICH WOULD REQUIRE THE U.S. TO ADHERE TO SALT II LIMITS ON CERTAIN STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE NUCLEAR WEAPONS.1Yea vote
Req 1000077
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s100v299TO AMEND S 1174, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT THE DEPLOYMENT OF CERTAIN STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE NUCLEAR WEAPONS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v315TO ADOPT HR 1777, THE FISCAL 1988 STATE DEPARTMENT AUTHORIZATION, A BILL ALLOCATING $3.6 BILLION TO THE STATE DEPARTMENT, THE UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY, AND THE BOARD FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING.HR17771Yea vote
12/22/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-204.
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s100v317TO TABLE SJ RES 194, THE WAR POWERS COMPLIANCE RESOLUTION, WHICH WOULD REQUIRE A PRESIDENTIAL REPORT ON U.S. MILITARY INVOLVEMENT IN THE PERSIAN GULF, THEREBY INSTITUTING TIME LIMITS ON THAT INVOLVEMENT.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v318TO ADOPT S 328, THE PROMPT PAYMENT ACT, A BILL TO INSTITUTE INTEREST PENALTIES ON LATE PAYMENTS TO FEDERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS.S3281Yea vote
10/17/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-496.
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s100v321TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF C. WILLIAM VERITY, JR., OF OHIO, TO BE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v326TO ADOPT HR 3058, THE FISCAL 1988 LABOR-HHS-EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE $129.4 BILLION TO THE LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS FOR 1988.HR30586Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v331TO TABLE THE MODIFIED HUMPHREY, NH AMENDMENT TO HR 2783, THE FISCAL 1988 HUD APPROPRIATIONS, WHICH WOULD TRANSFER $100 MILLION IN FUNDS FROM URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANTS TO VETERANS ADMINISTRATION MEDICAL CARE PROGRAMS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v345TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE SJ RES 194, THE WAR POWERS COMPLIANCE RESOLUTION, TO REQUIRE A PRESIDENTIAL REPORT ON U.S. MILITARY ACTIVITY IN THE PERSIAN GULF WITHOUT ESTABLISHING TIME RESTRICTIONS ON THAT ACTIVITY.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v347TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE SJ RES 194, THE WAR POWERS COMPLIANCE RESOLUTION, TO REQUIRE A PRESIDENTIAL REPORT ON U.S. MILITARY ACTIVITY IN THE PERSIAN GULF WITHOUT ESTABLISHING TIME RESTRICTIONS ON THAT ACTIVITY.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v348TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ROBERT H. BORK, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v350TO AMEND S 1127, THE CATASTROPHIC HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, TO ADD PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFITS AND TO RAISE THE OUT OF POCKET COST CEILING.1Yea vote
Req 1000089
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s100v353Y=86 N=11 TO PASS HR 2470, THE CATASTROPHIC HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, A BILL TO INCREASE MEDICARE COVERAGE TO INCLUDE PROTECTION AGAINST MEDICAL EXPENSES FOR CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS. PREVIOUSLY, THE SENATE REPLACED THE LANGUAGE OF S 1127 FOR THAT IN H1Yea vote
Req 980042, 1000089
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s100v356TO PASS HR 2310, THE AIRPORT AND AIRWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT, A BILL TO REALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $15.6 BILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR AIRPORT AND AIRWAY IMPROVEMENTS. PREVIOUSLY, THE SENATE HAD REPLACED THE LANGUAGE OF S 1184 FOR THAT IN HR 2310HR23101Yea vote
12/30/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-223.
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s100v358TO PASS HR 2890, THE FISCAL 1988 TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $11.1 BILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS TO THE TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR28906Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v365TO PASS HR 2939, THE INDEPENDENT COUNSEL LAW, A BILL TO EXTEND THE APPOINTMENT OF INDEPENDENT PROSECUTORS TO INVESTIGATE WRONGDOING BY TOP EXECUTIVE BRANCH OFFICIALS FOR FIVE YEARS. THE SENATE PREVIOUSLY SUBSTITUTED THE LANGUAGE OF S 1293 FOR T6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v366TO CONCUR WITH HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO S 442, THE SEMICONDUCTOR CHIP PROTECTION, A BILL TO PROVIDE SIMILAR COPYRIGHT PROTECTION TO FOREIGN-MADE SEMICONDUCTORS FROM THOSE COUNTRIES HONORING U.S. COPYRIGHTS.S4421Yea vote
11/9/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-159.
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s100v368TO RATIFY TREATY DOC. 100-3, ANNEX V OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PREVENTION OF POLLUTION FROM SHIPS MARPOL, A TREATY TO BAN THE DUMPING OF PLASTICS AT SEA.1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 1000084
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s100v370TO PASS S 1539, THE RAILROAD SAFETY BILL, A BILL TO ALLOCATE $40.6 MILLION IN FISCAL 1988 AND $41.9 MILLION IN FISCAL 1989 FOR FEDERAL RAILROAD SAFETY PROGRAMS.S15391Yea vote
6/22/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-342.
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s100v371TO RATIFY TREATY DOC. 100-5, THE PACIFIC TUNA TREATY, A TREATY TO AUTHORIZE REGULATIONS FOR U.S.-FLAGGED FISHING VESSELS' OPERATION IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN.1Yea vote
Treaty
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s100v373TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1451, THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT, A BILL TO MANDATE A FOUR-YEAR EXTENSION OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 WITH A FISCAL 1988 ALLOCATION OF APPROXIMATELY $1.6 BILLION.HR14511Yea vote
11/29/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-175.
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s100v378TO RATIFY TREATY DOC. 100-1, THE INTERNATIONAL WHEAT AGREEMENT, A TREATY THAT RENEWS U.S. INVOLVEMENT IN BOTH THE WHEAT TRADE CONVENTION, AN ORGANIZATION THAT MONITORS AND PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE WORLD GRAIN MARKET, AND IN THE FOOD AID CONV1Yea vote
Req 970032, 1000025
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s100v383TO PASS HR 2700, THE ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $15.9 BILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS DURING FISCAL 1988 FOR ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS UNDER THE ENERGY DEPARTMENT, THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, THE BURHR27006Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v384TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1748, THE FISCAL 1988-89 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $211.8 TO $218.4 BILLION FOR MILITARY PROGRAMS UNDER THE DEPARTMENTS OF DEFENSE AND ENERGY.HR17481Yea vote
12/4/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-180.
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s100v385TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF FRANK C. CARLUCCI, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v386TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2939, THE INDEPENDENT COUNSEL LAW, A BILL EXTENDING THE LAW APPOINTING SPECIAL PROSECUTORS TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGED WRONGDOING BY LEADING EXECUTIVE BRANCH OFFICIALS.HR29396Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 12/15/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-191.
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s100v387TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES H. BURNLEY IV, OF NORTH CAROLINA, TO BE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v390TO PASS HR 5, THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION REAUTHORIZATION, A BILL TO PROVIDE FUNDING THROUGH FISCAL 1993 FOR VARIOUS ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY, AND ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS. PREVIOUSLY, THE SENATE HAD SUBSTITUTED THE LANGUAGE OF S 373 FOHR51Yea vote
4/28/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-297.
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s100v395TO TABLE THE DECONCINI, AZ AMENDMENT TO S 9, THE OMNIBUS VETERANS' BENEFITS BILL, WHICH WOULD DELETE PROVISIONS FROM THE BILL EXEMPTING THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION FROM RANDOM DRUG TESTING PROGRAMS FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v399TO TABLE THE THURMOND, SC AMENDMENT TO S 9, THE OMNIBUS VETERANS' BENEFITS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, AND POSSESSION OF PLASTIC HANDGUNS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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1
 
s100v400TO PASS HR 2616, THE OMNIBUS VETERANS' BENEFITS, A BILL TO INCREASE VETERANS' DISABILITY COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS, AND TO EXPAND HEALTH AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS UNDER THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION. PREVIOUSLY, THE SENATE HAD SUBSTITUTED THE LANGUAHR26161Yea vote
5/20/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-322.
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s100v408TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ANN DORE MCLAUGHLIN, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE SECRETARY OF LABOR.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v415TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT FOR HR 3030, THE FARM CREDIT ACT, A BILL TO CREATE UP TO $4 BILLION IN GUARANTEED BONDS TO STRENGTHEN THE FARM CREDIT SYSTEM'S RESERVES, TO RESTRUCTURE THE FARM LOAN SYSTEM THROUGH LAND BANK AND REGIONAL DISTRICT HR30301Yea vote
1/6/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-233.
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s100v418TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF MARVIN T. RUNYON, OF TENNESSEE, TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v419TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3545, THE FISCAL 1988 BUDGET RECONCILIATION, A BILL TO REACH DEFICIT-REDUCTION GOALS SET AT THE NOVEMBER 20 BUDGET MEETING BETWEEN THE WHITE HOUSE AND CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS AMOUNTING TO $17.6 BILLION IN FISCHR35451Yea vote
12/22/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-203.
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s100v420TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HJ RES 395, THE FISCAL 1988 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS, A JOINT RESOLUTION TO ALLOCATE APPROXIMATELY $603.9 BILLION IN TOTAL BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR ALL FEDERAL PROGRAMS THAT HAD NOT RECEIVED FUNDING FROM CONGRESS HJRES3951Yea vote
12/22/1987 Became Public Law No: 100-202.
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s100v424TO AMEND S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, TO RESTRICT COVERAGE OF THE ACT TO ONLY THOSE PARTS OF A RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION RECEIVING FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID.1Yea vote
Req 1000155
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s100v425TO AMEND S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, TO RESTRICT COVERAGE TO ONLY THE PARTICULAR SCHOOL RECEIVING FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, AND NOT THE ENTIRE SCHOOL SYSTEM.1Yea vote
Req 1000155
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s100v427TO AMEND S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, TO EXPAND THE 'RELIGIOUS TENETS'' EXEMPTION TO INCLUDE INSTITUTIONS THAT ARE CLOSELY IDENTIFIED WITH, NOT JUST CONTROLLED BY, SUCH TENETS.1Yea vote
Req 1000155
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s100v428TO AMEND S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, TO CLARIFY THAT NO PART OF THE LEGISLATION REQUIRES ANY INDIVIDUAL, PROGRAM, OR INSTITUTION TO PAY FOR OR PERFORM AN ABORTION.6Nay vote
Req 1000155
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s100v429TO AMEND S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, TO PROVIDE THAT THE ACT DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY FEDERALLY-FUNDED INDIVIDUAL, PROGRAM, OR INSTITUTION TO PERFORM OR PAY FOR AN ABORTION.1Yea vote
Req 1000155
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s100v430TO AMEND S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, TO ALLOW INSTITUTION-WIDE APPLICATION OF THE ACT IN EDUCATION, BUT TO RETAIN PREVIOUS COVERAGE FOR ALL OTHER ENTITIES.1Yea vote
Req 1000155
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s100v431TO AMEND S 557, CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORATION ACT, TO INCREASE EXEMPTIONS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES TO THE ACT, WITH REGARDS TO HANDICAPPED ACCESS PROVISIONS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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1
 
s100v432TO 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.6Nay vote
Req 1000155
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s100v433TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. 99-20, ILO CONVENTION NO. 144, A TREATY BASED UPON CONSULTATIONS WITH BUSINESS, LABOR, AND GOVERNMENT LEADERS TO PROMOTE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL LABOR STANDARDS.1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 990114
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s100v434TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. 99-21, ILO CONVENTION NO. 147, A TREATY TO ESTABLISH MINIMUM LIVING AND WORKING STANDARDS FOR MERCHANT SHIPS.1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 990115
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s100v435TO PASS S 908, INSPECTOR GENERAL ACT, A BILL TO ESTABLISH INSPECTOR GENERAL OFFICES IN THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT AND OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES, AND TO REQUIRE THAT OTHER AGENCIES MAINTAIN INTERNAL AUDITING UNITS.S9081Yea vote
10/18/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-504.
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s100v436TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ANTHONY M. KENNEDY OF CALIFORNIA TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v438TO PASS SJ RES 243, CONTRA AID, A RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE $36.25 MILLION IN AID TO THE CONTRAS.1Yea vote
Req 1000218
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s100v465TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM F. BURNS OF PENNSYLVANIA TO BE DIRECTOR OF THE UNITED STATES ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v467TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. 100-10, MONTREAL PROTOCOL ON SUBSTANCES THAT DEPLETE THE OZONE LAYER, A TREATY TO REDUCE THE PRODUCTION AND USE OF SUBSTANCES WHICH HARM THE OZONE LAYER.1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 1000187
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s100v474TO AMEND HR 1414, PRICE-ANDERSON AMENDMENTS ACT, TO ESTABLISH CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF ENERGY DEPARTMENT REGULATIONS.6Nay vote
Req 1000186, nay supports pres position (CQ)
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s100v475TO TABLE THE METZENBAUM, OH AMENDMENT TO HR 1414, PRICE-ANDERSON AMENDMENTS ACT, TO REQUIRE THE RECOVERY OF FEDERAL PAYMENTS TO A CONTRACTOR FOR ACCIDENT CLAIMS, IF THAT CONTRACTOR IS FOUND GUILTY OF NEGLIGENCE OR MISCONDUCT.1Yea vote
Req 1000186
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s100v476TO AMEND HR 1414, PRICE-ANDERSON AMENDMENTS ACT, TO DOUBLE THE AMOUNT AVAILABLE TO COMPENSATE VICTIMS OF NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS.6Nay vote
Req 1000186
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s100v479TO TABLE THE GLENN, OH AMENDMENT TO HR 1414, PRICE- ANDERSON AMENDMENTS ACT, TO CREATE AN INDEPENDENT OVERSIGHT BOARD TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF ENERGY DEPARTMENT NUCLEAR FACILITIES, AND TO CONDUCT RESEARCH INTO THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF RADIATION.1Yea vote
Req 1000186
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s100v482TO TABLE THE GLENN, OH AMENDMENT TO HR 1414, THE PRICE- ANDERSON AMENDMENTS ACT, TO CREATE AN INDEPENDENT OVERSIGHT BOARD TO ENSURE SAFETY AT ENERGY DEPARTMENT NUCLEAR FACILITIES AND RESEARCH THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF RADIATION.1Yea vote
Req 1000186
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s100v486TO PASS SJ RES 241, UNITED STATES-JAPAN AGREEMENT ON NUCLEAR ENERGY USES, TO DISAPPROVE THE PROPOSED AGREEMENT ON URANIUM SALES.6Nay vote
Req 1000123
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s100v487TO ADOPT, OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF 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
Vetoed, Req 1000253
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s100v500TO TABLE THE EVANS, WA AMENDMENT TO THE JOHNSTON AMENDMENT TO S 2097, URANIUM REVITALIZATION, RECLAMATION, AND ENRICHMENT ACT, TO ELIMINATE A REQUIRED FEE FOR USE OF FOREIGN URANIUM, BUT REQUIRE INVESTIGATION AND A REPORT ON THE ISSUE.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v501TO PASS S 2097, URANIUM REVITALIZATION, RECLAMATION, AND ENRICHMENT ACT, A BILL TO STRENGTHEN THE DOMESTIC URANIUM INDUSTRY, TO PROMOTE RECLAMATION OF WASTE BY A GOVERNMENT CORPORATION, AND TO ISSUE FEES FOR THE USE OF FOREIGN URANIUM.S20976Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v502TO PASS S 1886, FINANCIAL MODERNIZATION ACT, A BILL TO UPDATE GOVERNMENT REGULATION OF FINANCIAL SERVICES OFFERED BY BANKS THROUGH THE REPEAL OF PROVISIONS IN THE 1933 GLASS- STEAGALL ACT.1Yea vote
Req 1000189
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s100v503TO PASS HJ RES 523, CENTRAL AMERICAN PEACE ASSISTANCE, A RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT OF $47.9 MILLION FOR THE CONTRAS, YOUNG VICTIMS OF THE CIVIL WAR, AND OBSERVATION AND ADMINISTRATION COSTS.HJRES5231Yea vote
4/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-276.
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s100v516TO ADOPT SJ RES 292, THE BAHAMAS DECERTIFICATION, A RESOLUTION TO DISAPPROVE THE PRESIDENTIAL CERTIFICATION OF THE BAHAMAS' FULL COOPERATION WITH U.S. DRUG ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v517TO ADOPT SJ RES 268, THE MEXICO DECERTIFICATION, A RESOLUTION TO DISAPPROVE THE PRESIDENTIAL CERTIFICATION OF MEXICO'S FULL COOPERATION WITH U.S. DRUG ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v525TO PASS HR 442, WARTIME REPARATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE MONETARY PAYMENTS TO JAPANESE-AMERICANS INTERNED DURING WORLD WAR II, TO APOLOGIZE FOR THEIR INTERNMENT, AND TO COMPENSATE THE ALEUTS FOR THEIR RELOCATION DURING WORLD WAR II.HR4426Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 8/10/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-383.
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s100v529TO PASS HR 1811, ATOMIC VETERANS COMPENSATION ACT, A BILL TO COMPENSATE VETERANS, AND THEIR SURVIVORS, WHO PARTICIPATED IN U.S. NUCLEAR TESTS OR IN THE OCCUPATION OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI, AND WHO SUFFER FROM DISEASES ATTRIBUTABLE TO RADIATIONHR18116Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 5/20/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-321.
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s100v530TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3, OMNIBUS TRADE BILL, A BILL TO ENHANCE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIVENESS ABROAD BY STRENGTHENING ACTIONS AGAINST UNFAIR TRADE, CLARIFYING GUIDELINES FOR BUSINESS CONDUCT, REORGANIZING FEDERAL PROGRAMS, RHR36Nay vote
6/8/1988 Failed of passage in Senate over VETO. Status: Failed of passage in Senate over VETO by Yea-Nay Vote. 61-37. Record Vote No: 169.
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s100v536TO INVOKE CLOTURE, THEREBY LIMITING DEBATE ON HR 4222, EXTENSION OF THE IMMIGRANT LEGALIZATION PROGRAM, A BILL TO EXTEND AMNESTY PROGRAM FOR ELIGIBLE IMMIGRANTS. MOTION REJECTED, THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING V6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v544TO TABLE THE PROXMIRE, WI REFINING AMENDMENT TO THE JOHNSTON D,LA AMENDMENT TO S 2355, 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION-SDI FUNDING, TO REDUCE THE ALLOCATED AMOUNT FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE.1Yea vote
Req 1000162
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s100v545TO TABLE THE JOHNSTON, LA TO AMEND S 2355, NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT, TO REQUEST SOME OF THE AUTHORIZED FUNDS FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE BE USED TO REIMBURSE NASA FOR PARTIAL SPACE SHUTTLE OPERATING COSTS.1Yea vote
Req 1000162
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s100v549TO TABLE THE BUMPERS, AR SALT II LIMITS, AMENDMENT TO S 2355, TO PREVENT USE OF INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILES BEARING MULTIPLE WARHEADS, MIRVED BALLISTIC MISSILES BEARING LONG-RANGE CRUISE MISSILES, OR ICBMS AND SUBMARINE-LAUNCHED MISSILE1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v550TO TABLE THE HATFIELD, OR AND KENNEDY, MA AMENDMENT TO S 2355, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO FORBID ALL UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR TESTING WHERE EXPLOSION FORCE WOULD BE GREATER THAN 5 KILOTONS, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS, PROVIDED THE SOVIET UNIO1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v551TO TABLE THE KENNEDY, MA AND HATFIELD, OR AMENDMENT TO S 2355, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO PROHIBIT U.S. FORCES FROM ENTERING HONDURAS OR NICARAGUA FOR COMBAT, UNLESS A WAR HAS BEEN DECLARED BY CONGRESS OR ADVANCED PERMISSION GRANTED 1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v552TO TABLE THE HEINZ, PA AMENDMENT TO S 2355, TO RESTORE 'BUY AMERICA'' PROVISIONS, DROPPED BY THE COMMITTEE, TO ASSURE THAT U.S. SUPPLIERS ARE GRANTED FAVOR BY THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DOD WHEN PURCHASING ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES SUCH AS FOOD OR C1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v553TO TABLE THE SIMON, IL AMENDMENT TO S 2355, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT AUTHORIZED FOR MX INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE ICBM AND TO INCREASE AUTHORIZED AMOUNTS TO THE AIR FORCE, THE ARMY, AND THE NAVY FOR CERTAI1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v555TO TABLE THE KENNEDY, MA AMENDMENT TO S 2355, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION BILL, TO RETAIN THE CURRENT NUMBER OF AIRCRAFT CARRIERS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v557TO TABLE THE LEVIN, MI AMENDMENT TO S 2355, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO TRANSFER THE AUTHORIZED FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE SDI, TO CERTAIN CONVENTIONAL DEFENSE PROGRAMS.1Yea vote
Req 1000162
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s100v565TO TABLE THE HELMS, NC POINT OF ORDER AGAINST TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO DECLARE THE INVALID SINCE IT WAS NOT SIGNED BY A SOVIET GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v566TO TABLE DIVISION I OF THE SYMMS, ID AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO POSTPONE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TREATY UNTIL THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES SOVIET COMPLIANCE WITH THE 1972 ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE ABM TREATY.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v567TO TABLE DIVISION II OF THE SYMMS, ID AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO POSTPONE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TREATY UNTIL THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES SOVIET COMPLIANCE WITH THE 1963 LIMITED NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v568TO TABLE DIVISION III OF THE SYMMS, ID AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO POSTPONE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TREATY UNTIL THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES SOVIET COMPLIANCE WITH TREATIES BANNING BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WARFARE.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v569TO TABLE DIVISION IV OF THE SYMMS, ID AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO POSTPONE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TREATY UNTIL THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES SOVIET COMPLIANCE WITH THE 1972 STRATEGIC ARMS LIMITATION TREATY SALT I.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v570TO TABLE DIVISION V OF THE SYMMS, ID AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, THE INF TREATY, TO POSTPONE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TREATY UNTIL THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES SOVIET COMPLIANCE WITH THE UNRATIFIED 1979 STRATEGIC ARMS LIMITATION TREATY SALT II.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v571TO TABLE THE HUMPHREY, NH AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO POSTPONE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TREATY UNTIL THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES THAT NATO SUPPLIES CAN SUSTAIN A CONVENTIONAL DEFENSE OF EUROPE FOR AT LEAST FIFTEEN DAYS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v572TO TABLE THE HELMS, NC AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO POSTPONE THE EXCHANGE OF RATIFICATION INSTRUMENTS UNTIL THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES THE ACCURACY OF SOVIET SS-20 MISSILE REPORTS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v573TO TABLE THE WALLOP, WY AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO CLARIFY THAT NO TREATY SIGNATORY MAY PRODUCE ANY OTHER MISSILE STAGE THAT IS EITHER OUTWARDLY SIMILAR TO, OR INTERCHANGEABLE WITH ANOTHER TYPE OF AN EXISTING INTERMEDIATE-R1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v574TO TABLE THE HUMPHREY, NH AMENDMENT TO TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO PROHIBIT ENFORCEMENT OF THE TREATY UNTIL THE TREATY SIGNATORIES ALSO RATIFY A TREATY TO REDUCE THEIR STRATEGIC NUCLEAR ARMS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v575TO AMEND TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, TO PERMIT THE WITHDRAWAL FROM TREATY OBLIGATIONS DUE TO DISSEMINATION OF FALSE OR MISLEADING INFORMATION BY EITHER SIGNATORY.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v586TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. 100-11, INF TREATY, A TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE SOVIET UNION TO ELIMINATE INTERMEDIATE AND SHORTER-RANGE BALLISTIC NUCLEAR MISSILES.1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 1000143
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s100v589TO ADOPT, OVER PRESIDENT REAGAN'S VETO, OMNIBUS TRADE AND COMPETITIVENESS ACT, A BILL TO ENHANCE THE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIVENESS ABROAD BY STRENGTHENING ACTIONS AGAINST UNFAIR FOREIGN TRADE, CLARIFYING GUIDELINES FOR BUSINESS CONDUCT AB6Nay vote
Vetoed
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s100v590TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2470, CATASTROPHIC HEALTH CARE, A BILL TO PROVIDE PROTECTION AGAINST CATASTROPHIC MEDICAL EXPENSES UNDER THE MEDICARE PROGRAM.HR24701Yea vote
7/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-360.
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s100v593TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1212, POLYGRAPH PROTECTION ACT, A BILL TO PREVENT THE DENIAL OF EMPLOYMENT BY PROHIBITING LIE DETECTOR USE BY EMPLOYERS INVOLVED IN OR AFFECTING INTERSTATE COMMERCE.HR12121Yea vote
6/27/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-347.
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s100v595TO PASS S 2455, DEATH PENALTY FOR DRUG-RELATED KILLINGS, A BILL TO ESTABLISH THE DEATH PENALTY FOR DRUG-RELATED KILLINGS.1Yea vote
Req 1000158
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s100v596TO PASS S 2042, VIETNAM WOMEN VETERANS MEMORIAL, A BILL TO ERECT A STATUE HONORING WOMEN VETERANS OF THE VIETNAM WAR.S20421Yea vote
11/15/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-660.
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s100v598TO PASS HR 4587, FISCAL 1989 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE $1.8 BILLION FOR CONGRESSIONAL AND LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989HR45871Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-458.
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s100v604TO PASS HR 4586, FISCAL 1989 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR45861Yea vote
9/27/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-447.
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s100v606TO PASS HR 3251, BICENTENNIAL OF THE CONGRESS COMMEMORATIVE COIN ACT, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT TO MINT COINS TO COMMEMORATE THE BICENTENNIAL OF THE U.S. CONGRESS, TO USE PROCEEDS FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE CAPITOL BUILDING, AND HR32511Yea vote
8/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-378.
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s100v608TO TABLE THE DOLE, KS AMENDMENT TO S 1511, FAMILY SECURITY ACT OF 1988, TO INSTITUTE PART-TIME WORK REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL TWO-PARENT HOUSEHOLDS RECEIVING WELFARE BY 1994.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v611TO PASS HR 4418, NSF AUTHORIZATIONS, A BILL TO FUND NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION PROGRAMS DURING FISCAL YEARS 1989 TO 1993HR44181Yea vote
10/31/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-570.
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s100v625TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF HENRY F. COOPER OF VIRGINIA TO THE RANK OF AMBASSADOR DURING HIS TENURE OF SERVICE AS UNITED STATES FOR DEFENSE AND SPACE ARMS.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v627TO PASS HR 4775, FISCAL 1989 TREASURY-POSTAL SERVICE APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY $15.9 BILLION FOR TREASURY DEPARTMENT, POSTAL SERVICE, AND EXECUTIVE OFFICE PROGRAMS DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR47751Yea vote
9/22/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-440.
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s100v631TO PASS HR 4731, WORK INCENTIVE DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM, A BILL TO REAUTHORIZE FUNDS TO STATE WELFARE DEPARTMENTS FOR DEMONSTRATION JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS.HR47311Yea vote
7/11/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-364.
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s100v645TO PASS S 2527, PLANT CLOSING NOTIFICATION, A BILL TO REQUIRE 60 DAYS ADVANCE WARNING OF LARGE-SCALE PLANT CLOSINGS AND LAYOFFS.S25271Yea vote
8/4/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-379. Note: S. 2527 was not signed by the President; it was sent to the Archivist of the United States unsigned.
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s100v646TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4567, FISCAL 1989 ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY $17.8 BILLION FOR ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR45671Yea vote
7/19/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-371.
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s100v647TO PASS HR 1807, MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM REFORM ACT, A BILL TO REORGANIZE THE FEDERAL PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO ENCOURAGE MINORITY-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT.HR18071Yea vote
11/15/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-656.
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s100v651TO PASS HR 4637, FOREIGN AID PROGRAMS APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY $14.3 BILLION FOR FOREIGN AID PROGRAMS DURING FISCAL 1989.HR46371Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-461.
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s100v652TO TABLE THE EXON,, NE AMENDMENT TO HR 4776, FISCAL 1989 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS, TO PREVENT THE USE OF FUNDS FOR ABORTIONS, EXCEPT WHERE THE MOTHER'S LIFE IS ENDANGERED BY THE PREGNANCY OR IN REPORTED CASES OF INCEST AND RAPE.6Nay vote
Req 1000097
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s100v653TO TABLE THE HUMPHREY, NH AMENDMENT TO HR 4776, FISCAL 1989 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS, TO PREVENT THE USE OF FUNDS FOR ABORTIONS, EXCEPT WHERE THE MOTHER'S LIFE IS IS ENDANGERED BY THE PREGNANCY.6Nay vote
Req 1000097
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s100v657TO PASS HR 4776, FISCAL 1989 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE $532 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS AND TO PERMIT SPENDING $3.2 BILLION IN LOCAL TAXES FOR DISTRICT PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR47766Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-462.
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s100v659TO PASS S 11, VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ADJUDICATION PROCEDURE AND JUDICIAL REVIEW ACT, A BILL TO PERMIT JUDICIAL REVIEW OF VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION BENEFIT COMPENSATION DISPUTES, AND TO SET ATTORNEY FEES FOR ACTIONS.S116Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 11/18/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-687.
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s100v662TO PASS HR 3471, 1988 DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS ACT, A BILL TO REORGANIZE THE VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION AS A CABINET-LEVEL DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS.HR34711Yea vote
10/25/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-527.
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s100v663TO PASS HR 4794, FISCAL 1989 TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY $10.5 BILLION FOR DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED PROGRAMS DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR47946Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 9/30/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-457.
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s100v667TO PASS HR 4800, FISCAL 1989 HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY $59.1 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, NASA, THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AG6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v669TO AMEND HR 4867, FISCAL 1989 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS, TO STRIKE PROVISIONS WHICH PROHIBIT THE DEVELOPMENT OF CERTAIN FEDERAL GAS AND OIL LEASES OFF OF THE COAST OF FLORIDA IN THE GULF OF MEXICO.1Yea vote
Req 1000102
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s100v670TO PASS HR 4867, FISCAL 1989 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY $9.5 BILLION FOR DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMS DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR48676Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 9/27/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-446.
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s100v671TO RECOMMIT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATIONS, BACK TO THE CONFEREES WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO ADOPT MORE FAVORABLE POSITIONS TOWARDS INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE MODERNIZATION, STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE D1Yea vote
Req 1000162
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s100v672TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4264, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATIONS, A BILL TO FUND DEFENSE AND ENERGY DEPARTMENT MILITARY PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989.HR42646Nay vote
8/3/1988 Vetoed by President.
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s100v677TO PASS S 2560, HUNGER PREVENTION ACT, A BILL TO FUND THE TEMPORARY EMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AND FOOD COMMODITY DISTRIBUTION PROGRAMS FOR NEEDY PEOPLE, TO ASSIST SOUP KITCHENS AND FOOD BANKS, AND TO INCREASE BENEFITS UNDER THE FOOD STAS25606Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but 9/19/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-435.
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s100v690TO PASS HR 4783, FISCAL 1989 LABOR-HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES-EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE ABOUT $140 BILLION DURING FISCAL YEAR 1989 FOR THESE DEPARTMENTS AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR47831Yea vote
9/20/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-436.
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s100v691TO PASS HR 1467, ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT AUTHORIZATIONS, A BILL TO EXTEND FUNDING TO THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT FOR FIVE MORE YEARS.HR14671Yea vote
10/7/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-478.
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s100v694TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF TIMOTHY L. TOWELL OF OHIO AS THE AMBASSADOR TO THE REPUBLIC OF PARAGUAY.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v703TO PASS HR 1158, FAIR HOUSING AMENDMENTS ACT, 1988, A BILL TO PROVIDE THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT HUD WITH NEW REVISED PROCEDURES FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF CHARGES OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE RENTAL OR SALE OF HOUSING AND TO PROHI1Yea vote
Req 980115, 1000153, 1000154
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s100v710TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JOHN P. LAWARE OF MASSACHUSETTS TO SERVE A 14 YEAR TERM AS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v715TO TABLE THE BRADLEY, NJ AMENDMENT TO HR 4781, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, TO DELETE A PROVISION TO FORBID THE TRANSFER OF THE AEGIS WEAPON SYSTEM TO JAPAN UNLESS JAPAN ALSO PURCHASED THE SHIPS TO CARRY THEM FROM THE UNITED STATES.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v717TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 5015, DROUGHT ASSISTANCE, A BILL TO PROVIDE DROUGHT ASSISTANCE TO HELP AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS WHO SUFFERED LOSSES IN 1988.1Yea vote
Req 1000265
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s100v718TO AMEND HR 1315, NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION REORGANIZATION, TO BEGIN A PROGRAM FOR GOVERNMENT PURCHASE OF DOMESTIC URANIUM, AND TO FUND CLEANUP OF URANIUM WASTE AND ENRICHMENT OF URANIUM.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v719TO PASS HR 1315, NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION REORGANIZATION, A BILL TO TRANSFER THE FUNCTIONS OF THE NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION TO THE NEWLY ESTABLISHED NUCLEAR SAFETY AGENCY AND ALSO TO CREATE TWO NEW OFFICES AND ONE NEW BOARD UNDER THE DHR13156Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v720TO PASS S 2030, OCEAN DUMPING REFORM ACT, A BILL TO AMEND THE MARINE PROTECTION, RESEARCH AND SANCTUARIES ACT, TO BAN THE DUMPING OF SEWAGE SLUDGE AND MEDICAL WASTE IN THE OCEAN.S20301Yea vote
11/18/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-688.
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s100v721TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4800, FISCAL 1989 HUD-INDEPENDENT AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS, TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR HUD, THE VA, THE EPA, NASA, THE NSF AND 12 OTHER AGENCIES.HR48001Yea vote
8/19/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-404.
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s100v722TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF KAREN BORLAUG PHILLIPS OF VIRGINIA TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v724TO TABLE THE DOLE, KS AMENDMENT TO HR 5026, FISCAL 1988 DIRE EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TO PROVIDE HUMANITARIAN AND MILITARY AID TO THE NICARAGUAN CONTRAS.6Nay vote
Req 1000218
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s100v728TO PASS HR 4781, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO PROVIDE APPROXIMATELY $282.6 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE MILITARY PROGRAMS.HR47811Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-463.
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s100v730TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF RICHARD L. THORNBURGH OF PENNSYLVANIA TO BECOME ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v731TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION ON TREATY DOC 100-4, CONVENTIONS ON EARLY NOTIFICATION OF A NUCLEAR ACCIDENT AND ON ASSISTANCE IN THE CASE OF A NUCLEAR ACCIDENT OR RADIOLOGICAL EMERGENCY.1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 1000099
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s100v732TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION ON TREATY DOC 99-7, AMENDMENT TO THE STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY.1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 990039
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s100v733TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION ON TREATY DOC 100-9, INTERNATIONAL NATURAL RUBBER AGREEMENT.1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 1000119
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s100v744TO PASS S 2662, TEXTILE IMPORT QUOTAS, A BILL TO REMEDY INJURY TO THE U.S. TEXTILE AND APPAREL INDUSTRIES CAUSED BY INCREASED IMPORTS.S26626Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s100v746TO TABLE THE WEICKER, CT MOTION TO INSIST THE SENATE CONSIDER AN AMENDMENT TO HR 4783, FISCAL 1989 LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS, TO PERMIT THE USE OF MEDICAID MONEY FOR ABORTIONS IN THE CASE OF PREGNANCY FROM RAPE 1Yea vote
Req 1000059, 1000215
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s100v747TO RECONSIDER THE WEICKER, CT MOTION TO INSIST THAT THE SENATE RECONSIDER AN AMENDMENT TO PERMIT USE OF MEDICAID FUNDS FOR ABORTIONS IN THE CASE OF PREGNANCY FROM RAPE OR INCEST. APPROPRIATIONS, TO PERMIT THE USE OF MEDICAID MONEY FOR ABORTIONS1Yea vote
Req 1000059, 1000215
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s100v748TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF NICHOLAS F. BRADY OF NEW JERSEY TO BE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v749TO PASS HR 1154, TEXTILE AND APPAREL TRADE ACT, TO REMEDY THE INJURY TO THE U.S. TEXTILE AND APPAREL INDUSTRIES IMPORTS.HR11546Nay vote
10/4/1988 Failed of passage in House over VETO. Status: Failed of Passage in House Over Veto by Yea-Nay Vote: 272 - 152 (Record Vote No: 426).
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s100v751TO ADOPT S RES 474, SOVIET ABM TREATY VIOLATIONS, A RESOLUTION TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT UNTIL THE U.S.S.R. CORRECTS EXISTING VIOLATIONS TO THE 1972 ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE ABM TREATY, NO FUTURE AGREEMENTS CAN BE CONCLUDED ON STRAT1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s100v752TO PASS HR 5090, U.S./CANADA FREE-TRADE AGREEMENT IMPLEMENTATION, A BILL TO ALTER MANY U.S. STATUTES TO BRING THEM INTO COMPLIANCE WITH THE FREE-TRADE AGREEMENT AND TO PUT THE AGREEMENT ITSELF INTO LAW.1Yea vote
Req 1000199
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s100v753TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF LAURO F. CAVAZOS OF TEXAS TO BE SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s100v758TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4782, FISCAL 1989 COMMERCE, JUSTICE, STATE AND JUDICIARY APPROPRIATIONS, A BILL TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE, JUSTICE AND STATE AND THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR47821Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-459.
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s100v760TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4481, FISCAL 1989 DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION, TO AUTHORIZE APPROXIMATELY $221 BILLION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY'S NUCLEAR WEAPONS ACTIVITIES.HR44811Yea vote
9/29/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-456.
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s100v761TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1720, FAMILY WELFARE REFORM ACT, A BILL TO REQUIRE STATES TO REINFORCE WORK CHILD SUPPORT AND NEED BASED FAMILY SUPPORT SUPPLEMENTS AND TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO HELP AVOID LONG TERM WELFARE DEPENDENCE.HR17201Yea vote
10/13/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-485.
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s100v765TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4784, FISCAL 1989 AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATIONS, TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT, AGRICULTURE, AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1989.HR47841Yea vote
10/1/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-460.
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s100v768TO TABLE THE BRADLEY, NJ AMENDMENT TO HR 4776, FISCAL 1989 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS, TO DISAGREE WITH THE HOUSE AMENDMENT THAT NO FUNDS FROM THE BILL BE USED FOR ABORTIONS EXCEPT IF THE LIFE OF THE MOTHER WAS IN DANGER.1Yea vote
Req 1000268
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s100v770TO PASS S 1301, BERNE CONVENTION IMPLEMENTATION ACT, A BILL TO MAKE MINOR CHANGES IN U.S. COPYRIGHT LAW, TO ALLOW THE U.S. TO JOIN THE BERNE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF LITERARY AND ARTISTIC WORKS, AN INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT PROTECTION TRE1Yea vote
Req 1000198
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s100v786TO PASS HR 4333, TECHNICAL TAX CORRECTIONS ACT OF 1988, A BILL TO CORRECT TECHNICAL ERRORS IN THE TAX REFORM ACT OF 1986 AND CERTAIN OTHER LAWS.HR43331Yea vote
11/10/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-647.
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s100v787TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 2749, MILITARY BASE CLOSINGS, TO ESTABLISH AN ADVISORY COMMISSION TO RECOMMEND, BY DECEMBER 31, 1988, WHICH DOMESTIC MILITARY BASES SHOULD BE CLOSED.S27491Yea vote
10/24/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-526.
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s100v796TO PASS HR 5210, OMNIBUS DRUG BILL, A BILL TO PREVENT THE MANUFACTURE, DISTRIBUTION AND USE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS AND TO STRENGTHEN LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS AND DRUG EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND IMPOSE THE DEATH PENALTY FOR DRUG RELATED MURDERS.HR52101Yea vote
11/18/1988 Became Public Law No: 100-690.
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