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President's Positions on 105th Senate Roll Call Votes


Vote#Description (Highlights are coding aids) asc / dscBill/ResPres "Vote"Pres NotesSenators 
s105v1(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF MADELEINE KORBEL ALBRIGHT, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE SECRETARY OF STATE.)PN11Yea vote
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s105v2(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM S. COHEN, OF MAINE, TO BE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE.)PN21Yea vote
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s105v3(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF ANDREW M. CUOMO, OF NEW YORK, TO BE SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT.)PN801Yea vote
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s105v4(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM M. DALEY, OF ILLINOIS, TO BE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE.)PN811Yea vote
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s105v6(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF RODNEY E. SLATER, OF ARKANSAS, TO BE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION.)PN831Yea vote
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s105v9(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF BILL RICHARDSON, OF NEW MEXICO, TO BE THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS WITH THE RANK AND STATUS OF AMBASSADOR, AND THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INPN31Yea vote
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s105v13(SENATE AGREED TO H.J. RES. 36, APPROVING THE PRESIDENTIAL FINDING THAT THE LIMITATION ON OBLIGATIONS IMPOSED BY SECTION 518A(A) OF THE FOREIGN OPERATIONS EXPORT FINANCING, AND RELATED PROGRAMS APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF 1997, IS HAVING A NEGATIVE IHJRes361Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v24(TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND VOTING, NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE REJECTED S.J. RES. 1, PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES TO REQUIRE A BALANCED BUDGET.)SJRes16Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v25(SENATE TABLED HOLLINGS AMENDMENT NO. 19, TO REQUIRE CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL BEFORE ANY INTERNATIONAL TRADE AGREEMENT THAT HAS THE EFFECT OF AMENDING OR REPEALING STATUTORY LAW OF THE UNITED STATES LAW CAN BE IMPLEMENTED IN THE UNITED STATES.)SJRes51Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v26(SENATE PASSED S.J. RES. 5, WAIVING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE TRADE ACT OF 1974 RELATING TO THE APPOINTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE.)SJRes51Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v27(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF CHARLENE BARSHEFSKY, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE, WITH THE RANK OF AMBASSADOR.)PN781Yea vote
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s105v30(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF FEDERICO PENA OF COLORADO TO BE SECRETARY OF ENERGY.)PN1691Yea vote
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s105v34(SENATE CONFIRMED MERRICK B. GARLAND, OF MARYLAND, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT.)PN61Yea vote
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s105v40(SENATE REJECTED BINGAMAN AMENDMENT NO. 31 TO AMENDMENT NO. 26, TO PROVIDE FOR THE CASE IN WHICH THE YUCCA MOUNTAIN SITE PROVES TO BE UNSUITABLE OR CANNOT BE LICENSED AND TO STRIKE THE AUTOMATIC DEFAULT TO A SITE IN NEVADA.)S1046Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v42(SENATE PASSED S. 104, TO AMEND THE NUCLEAR WASTE POLICY ACT OF 1982.)S1046Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v44(SENATE PASSED H.R. 1003, TO CLARIFY FEDERAL LAW WITH RESPECT TO RESTRICTING THE USE OF FEDERAL FUNDS IN SUPPORT OF ASSISTED SUICIDE.)HR10031Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-12 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-46 Part 1
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s105v45(SENATE PASSED S. 495, AS MODIFIED, TO PROVIDE CRIMINAL AND CIVIL PENALTIES FOR THE UNLAWFUL ACQUISITION, TRANSFER, OR USE OF ANY CHEMICAL WEAPON OR BIOLOGICAL WEAPON, AND TO REDUCE THE THREAT OF ACTS OF TERRORISM OR ARMED AGGRESSION INVOLVING S4956Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v51(TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE AGREED TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION (S. EXEC. RES. 75) TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION, STOCKPILING AND USE OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS ANDSRes751Yea vote
Treaty
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s105v54(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF ALEXIS M. HERMAN, OF ALABAMA, TO BE SECRETARY OF LABOR.)PN821Yea vote
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s105v55(SENATE PASSED S. 543, TO PROVIDE CERTAIN PROTECTIONS TO VOLUNTEERS, NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, AND GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES IN LAWSUITS BASED ON THE ACTIVITIES OF VOLUNTEERS.)S5431Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-19 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v66(SENATE PASSED H.R. 5, TO AMEND THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT. .)HR51Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-17 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-95
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s105v67(TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION WAS AGREED TO WITH RESPECT TO THE DOCUMENT AGREED AMONG THE STATES PARTIES TO THE TREATY ON CONVENTIONAL ARMED FORCES IN EUROPE (CFE) OF NOVEMBETreatyDoc11Yea vote
Treaty
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s105v70(SENATE REJECTED DASCHLE AMENDMENT NO. 289, IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE.)HR11221Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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1
 
s105v71(SENATE PASSED H.R. 1122, TO AMEND TITLE 18, UNITED STATES CODE, TO BAN PARTIAL-BIRTH ABORTIONS.)HR11226Nay vote
9/18/1998 Failed of passage in Senate over VETO. Status: Failed of passage in Senate over VETO by Yea-Nay Vote. 64-36. Record Vote No: 277.
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s105v76(SENATE TABLED HATCH/KENNEDY AMENDMENT NO. 297, TO INCREASE THE EXCISE TAXES ON TOBACCO PRODUCTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING AFFORDABLE HEALTH COVERAGE FOR LOW- AND MODERATE-INCOME UNINSURED CHILDREN AND FOR ADDITIONAL DEFICIT REDUCTION.)SConRes271Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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1
 
s105v92(SENATE PASSED H. CON. RES. 84, ESTABLISHING THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1998 AND SETTING FORTH APPROPRIATE BUDGETARY LEVELS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1999, 2000, 2001, AND 2002.)HConRes841Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v95(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 1469, MAKING EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR RECOVERY FROM NATURAL DISASTERS, AND FOR OVERSEAS PEACEKEEPING EFFORTS, INCLUDING THOSE IN BOSNIA, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1HR14696Nay vote
6/9/1997 Vetoed by President.
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s105v96(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.CON.RES. 84, ESTABLISHING THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1998 AND SETTING FORTH APPROPRIATE BUDGETARY LEVELS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1999, 2000, 2001, AND 2002.)HConRes841Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v100(SENATE PASSED H.R. 1871, MAKING EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR RECOVERY FROM NATURAL DISASTERS, AND FOR OVERSEAS PEACEKEEPING EFFORTS, INCLUDING THOSE IN BOSNIA, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1997.)HR18711Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-18 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v106(SENATE PASSED S. 923, TO DENY VETERANS BENEFITS TO PERSONS CONVICTED OF FEDERAL CAPITAL OFFENSES.)S9231Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-116 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-319
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s105v109(SENATE PASSED S. 858, TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1998 FOR INTELLIGENCE AND INTELLIGENCE-RELATED ACTIVITIES OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, THE COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT, AND THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY RETIREMENT AND DS8586Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v149(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE REJECTED A MOTION TO WAIVE THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT WITH RESPECT TO CONSIDERATION OF KENNEDY/DASCHLE AMENDMENT NO. 573, TO INCREASE THE EXCISES9491Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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1
 
s105v167(SENATE REJECTED MURRAY AMENDMENT NO. 593, TO REPEAL THE RESTRICTION ON USE OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FACILITIES FOR ABORTIONS.)S9361Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v174(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE AGREED TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE NOMINATION.)PN2311Yea vote
nominee-cloture
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s105v178(SENATE AGREED TO THE SMITH (OF OREGON)/NICKLES AMENDMENT 889 TO AMENDMENT NO. 888, IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSITUTE.)S9556Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v182(SENATE REJECTED THE DODD AMENDMENT NO. 901 TO AMENDMENT NO. 900, OF A PERFECTING NATURE.)S9551Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v187(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF JOEL I. KLEIN, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE AN ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL.)PN2311Yea vote
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s105v188(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF ERIC H. HOLDER, JR., OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL.)PN2811Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v194(SENATE PASSED H.R. 2158, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF VETERANS AFFAIRS AND HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, AND FOR SUNDRY INDEPENDENT AGENCIES, COMMISSIONS, CORPORATIONS, AND OFFICES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998HR21581Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-65 [GPO: Text, PDF]
Voteview
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s105v208(SENATE PASSED H.R. 2169, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998.)HR21691Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-66 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v209(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2015, TO PROVIDE FOR RECONCILIATION PURSUANT TO SUBSECTIONS (B)(1) AND (C) OF SECTION 105 OF THE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1998.)HR20151Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-33 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v211(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2014, TO PROVIDE FOR RECONCILIATION PURSUANT TO SUBSECTIONS (B)(2) AND (D) OF SECTION 105 OF THE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1998.)HR20141Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-34 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v218(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF HENRY HAROLD KENNEDY, JR., OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. .)PN3211Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v219(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF FRANK M. HULL, OF GEORGIA, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE ELEVENTH CIRCUIT. .)PN3921Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v233(SENATE AGREED TO NICKLES/JEFFORDS AMENDMENT NO. 1081, TO LIMIT THE USE OF TAXPAYER FUNDS FOR ANY FUTURE INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS LEADERSHIP ELECTION.)S10616Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v236(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF JOSEPH F. BATAILLON, OF NEBRASKA, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA.)PN141Yea vote
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s105v237(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF CHRISTOPHER DRONEY, OF CONNECTICUT, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT.)PN3621Yea vote
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s105v238(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF JANET C. HALL, OF CONNECTICUT, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT.)PN3631Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v240(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT OF H.R. 2016, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, FAMILY HOUSING, AND BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998.)HR20161Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-45 [GPO: Text, PDF]
Voteview
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s105v256(SENATE PASSED S. 830, TO AMEND THE FEDERAL FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT TO IMPROVE THE REGULATION OF FOOD, DRUGS, DEVICES, AND BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, AS AMENDED. .)S8301Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-115 [GPO: Text, PDF]Senate Reports: 105-43; Latest Conference Report: 105-399 (in Congressional Record H10452-10478)
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s105v257(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2209, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998. .)HR22091Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-55 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-196; Latest Conference Report: 105-254 (in Congressional Record H7580-7589)
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s105v258(SENATE PASSED THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2266, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998.)HR22661Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-56 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v259(SENATE CONFIRMED KATHARINE SWEENEY HAYDEN, OF NEW JERSEY, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY. .)PN3641Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v261(SENATE PASSED H.J. RES. 94, MAKING CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1998. .)HJRes941Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-46 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v262(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2203, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998. .)HR22031Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-62 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v264(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2378, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT, THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE, THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, AND CERTAIN INDEPENDENT AGENCIES, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEHR23781Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-61 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v266(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN, NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON LOTT AMENDMENT NO. 1258.)S256Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v267(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN, NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON S. 25.)S251Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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1
 
s105v270(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON S. 25, TO REFORM THE FINANCING OF FEDERAL ELECTIONS. .)S251Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v273(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO AGREE TO CLOSE FURTHER ON THE BILL.)S251Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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1
 
s105v274(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO AGREE TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON LOTT AMENDMENT NO. 1258. .)S256Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v276(SENATE PASSED H.J. RES. 97, MAKING FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1998. .)HJRes971Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-64 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v279(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF ALGENON L. MARBLEY, OF OHIO, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO. .)PN5111Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v280(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF WYCHE FOWLER, JR., OF GEORGIA, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA. .)PN2161Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v281(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF THOMAS S. FOLEY, OF WASHINGTON, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO JAPAN. .)PN5611Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v283(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2107, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998. .)HR21071Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-83 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v284(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM E. KENNARD, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION. .)PN3371Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v286(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF CHARLES J. SIRAGUSA, OF NEW YORK, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK. .)PN4551Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v287(SENATE PASSED S. 1292, DISAPPROVING THE CANCELLATIONS TRANSMITTED BY THE PRESIDENT ON OCTOBER 6, 1997, REGARDING PUBLIC LAW 105-45. .)S12926Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v290(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF CHARLES ROSSOTTI, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. .)PN3511Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v293(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF JAMES S. GWIN, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO.)PN3281Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v295(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF RONALD LEE GILMAN, OF TENNESSEE, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT. .)PN4591Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v296(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 1119, TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1998 FOR MILITARY ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, FOR DEFENSE ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, AND TO PHR11196Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ), but Became Public Law No: 105-85 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-132; Latest Conference Report: 105-340 (in Co
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s105v297(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF CHRISTINA A. SNYDER, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA. .)PN2551Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v298(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2264, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998. .)HR22641Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-78 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-205; Latest Conference Report: 105-390 (in Congressional Record H10210-10304)
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s105v299(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF ANN L. AIKEN, OF OREGON, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF OREGON. .)PN121Yea vote
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s105v300(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF CARLOS R. MORENO, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA. .)PN5011Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v301(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF CHRISTINE O. C. MILLER, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE A JUDGE OF THE UNITED STATES COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS FOR A TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS. .)PN7981Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v305(SENATE PASSED S. 1575, TO RENAME THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT LOCATED IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND VIRGINIA AS THE ''RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT''. .)S15751Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-154 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v306(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE AGREED TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE NOMINATION.)PN6231Yea vote
nominee-cloture
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s105v307(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF DAVID SATCHER, OF TENNESSEE, TO BE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, TO BE MEDICAL DIRECTOR IN THE REGULAR CORPS OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, AND TO BE SURGEON GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES.)PN6231Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v309(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF MARGARET M. MORROW, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA.)PN201Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v311(TWO-THIRDS OF SENATORS VOTING HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE VOTED TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF H.R. 2631, DISAPPROVING THE CANCELLATIONS TRANSMITTED BY THE PRESIDENT ON OCTOBER 6, 1997, REGARDING PUBLIC LAW 105-45. .)HR26316Nay vote
Vetoed, nay supports pres (CQ), but voteview=1 (typo)
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s105v316(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF RICHARD L. YOUNG, OF INDIANA, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA.)PN4561Yea vote
Nominee
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s105v318(SENATE AGREED TO THE LAUTENBERG AMENDMENT NO. 1682 TO AMENDMENT NO. 1676, TO PROHIBIT THE POSSESSION OF ANY OPEN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTAINER, OR THE CONSUMPTION OF ANY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE, IN THE PASSENGER AREA OF A VEHICLE ON A PUBLIC HIGHWAYS11731Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v321(SENATE TABLED MCCONNELL AMENDMENT NO. 1708 TO AMENDMENT NO. 1676, TO REQUIRE THAT FEDERAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION FUNDS BE USED TO ENCOURAGE DEVELOPMENT AND OUTREACH TO EMERGING BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, INCLUDING THOSE OWNED BY MINORITIES AND WOMES11731Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v322(SENATE PASSED S. 1668, TO ENCOURAGE THE DISCLOSURE TO CONGRESS OF CERTAIN CLASSIFIED AND RELATED INFORMATION.)S16686Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v331(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF JEREMY D. FOGEL, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA.)PN6101Yea vote
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s105v333(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF SUSAN GRABER, OF OREGON, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUT JUDGE FOR THE NINTH CIRCUT.)PN4811Yea vote
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s105v345(SENATE REJECTED S.J. RES. 42, TO DISAPPROVE THE CERTIFICATION OF THE PRESIDENT UNDER SECTION 490(B) OF THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1961 REGARDING FOREIGN ASSISTANCE FOR MEXICO DURING THE FISCAL YEAR 1998. .)SJRes426Nay vote
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s105v346(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF M. MARGARET MCKEOWN, OF WASHINGTON, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT. .)PN91Yea vote
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s105v359(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF G. PATRICK MURPHY, OF ILLINOIS, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS.)PN5001Yea vote
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s105v400(SENATE PASSED H. R. 2646, TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986 TO ALLOW TAX-FREE EXPENDITURES FROM EDUCATION INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL EXPENSES, AND TO INCREASE THE MAXIMUM ANNUAL AMOUNT OF CONTRIHR26466Nay vote
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s105v402(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF SCOTT FLEMING, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR LEGISLATION AND CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS OF DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.)PN8691Yea vote
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s105v403(SENATE PASSED THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 1757, TO CONSOLIDATE INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AGENCIES TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR FISCAL YEARS 1998 AND 1999, TO ENSURE THAT THE ENLARGEMENT OF THE HR17576Nay vote
10/21/1998 Vetoed by President.
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s105v404(SENATE REJECTED THE HARKIN AMENDMENT NO. 2312, TO LIMIT FUTURE U.S. SUBSIDIES OF THE NATIONAL EXPENSES INCURRED BY POLAND, HUNGARY, OR THE CZECH REPUBLIC IN MEETING NATO COMMITMENTS. .)TreatyDoc16Nay vote
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s105v407(SENATE REJECTED THE HUTCHISON AMENDMENT NO. 2317, TO ESTABLISH A FORMAL PROCESS WITHIN THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION FOR THE RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES AMONG MEMBERS AND BETWEEN MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS. .)TreatyDoc16Nay vote
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s105v408(SENATE REJECTED THE CRAIG AMENDMENT NO. 2316, TO CONDITION UNITED STATES RATIFICATION OF THE PROTOCOLS ON SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CONTINUED DEPLOYMENT OF UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AS PART OF THE NATOTreatyDoc16Nay vote
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s105v409(SENATE REJECTED THE MOYNIHAN AMENDMENT NO. 2321, TO EXPRESS A CONDITION REGARDING DEFERRAL OF RATIFICATION OF NATO ENLARGEMENT UNTIL ADMISSION OF POLAND, HUNGARY, AND CZECH REPUBLIC TO THE EUROPEAN UNION. .)TreatyDoc16Nay vote
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s105v410(SENATE REJECTED THE WARNER AMENDMENT NO. 2322, TO PROVIDE FOR A THREE-YEAR PAUSE IN FURTHER NATO EXPANSION AFTER ADMISSION OF POLAND, HUNGARY, AND THE CZECH REPUBLIC. .)TreatyDoc16Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v415(TWO THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE AGREED TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION TO THE PROTOCOLS TO THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY OF 1949 ON ACCESSION OF POLAND, HUNGARY, AND THE CZECH. .)TreatyDoc11Yea vote
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s105v416(SENATE PASSED THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 3579, MAKING EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR RECOVERY FROM NATURAL DISASTERS, AND FOR OVERSEAS PEACEKEEPING EFFORTS, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1998. .)HR35791Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-174 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-469; Latest Conference Report: 105-504 (in Congressional Record H2629-2651)
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s105v417(SENATE PASSED H.R. 1385, TO CONSOLIDATE, COORDINATE, AND IMPROVE EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING, LITERACY, AND VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION PROGRAMS IN THE UNITED STATES. .)HR13851Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-220 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-93; Latest Conference Report: 105-659 (in Congressional Record H6604-6694)
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s105v425(SENATE PASSED H.R. 1273, TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1998 AND 1999 FOR THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION. .)HR12731Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-207 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-63
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s105v426(SENATE REJECTED THE GRAMM MOTION TO RECOMMIT THE CONFERENCE REPORT, WITH INSTRUCTIONS. .)S11506Nay vote
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s105v427(SENATE PASSED THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 1150, TO ENSURE THAT FEDERALLY FUNDED AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH, EXTENSION, AND EDUCATION ADDRESS HIGH-PRIORITY CONCERNS WITH NATIONAL OR MULTISTATE SIGNIFICANCE, AND TO REFORM, EXTEND, AND ELIMINATE CERTAS11501Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-185 [GPO: Text, PDF]Senate Reports: 105-73; Latest Conference Report: 105-492 (in Congressional Record H2171-2204)
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s105v428(SENATE PASSED S. 1618, TO AMEND THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1934 TO IMPROVE THE PROTECTION OF CONSUMERS AGAINST ''SLAMMING'' BY TELECOMMUNICATIONS CARRIERS. .)S16181Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v429(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE REJECTED A MOTION TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE MOTION TO PROCEED TO THE CONSIDERATION OF S. 1873. .)S18736Nay vote
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s105v430(SENATE PASSED S. 1244, TO AMEND TITLE 11, UNITED STATE CODE, TO PROTECT CERTAIN CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS. .)S12441Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-183 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v433(SENATE PASSED S. 1260, TO AMEND THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933 AND THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934 TO LIMIT THE CONDUCT OF SECURITIES CLASS ACTIONS UNDER STATE LAW. .)S12601Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-353 [GPO: Text, PDF]Senate Reports: 105-182; Latest Conference Report: 105-803 (in Congressional Record H10771-10776)
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s105v435(SENATE PASSED S.2037, TO AMEND TITLE 17, UNITED STATES CODE, TO IMPLEMENT THE WIPO COPYRIGHT TREATY AND THE WIPO PERFORMANCES AND PHONOGRAMS TREATY, AND TO PROVIDE LIMITATIONS ON COPYRIGHT LIABILITY RELATING TO MATERIAL ONLINE. .)S20371Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v436(SENATE TABLED KENNEDY AMENDMENT NO. 2418, TO ENSURE THAT PARTICIPATING EMPLOYERS CANNOT LAY OFF UNITED STATES WORKERS AND REPLACE THEM WITH TEMPORARY FOREIGN WORKERS UNDER THE H-1B VISA PROGRAM.)S17236Nay vote
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s105v437(SENATE TABLED KENNEDY AMENDMENT NO. 2417, TO ENSURE THAT EMPLOYERS RECRUIT QUALIFIED UNITED STATES WORKERS FIRST, BEFORE APPLYING FOR FOREIGN WORKERS UNDER THE H-1B VISA PROGRAM.)S17236Nay vote
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s105v439(SENATE PASSED S. 1723, TO AMEND THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT TO ASSIST THE UNITED STATES TO REMAIN COMPETITIVE BY INCREASING THE ACCESS OF THE UNITED STATES FIRMS AND INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION TO SKILLED PERSONNEL AND BY EXPANDINS17236Nay vote
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s105v443(SENATE FAILED TO TABLE GREGG AMENDMENT NO. 2433 TO AMENDMENT NO. 2420, TO MODIFY THE PROVISIONS RELATING TO CIVIL LIABILITY FOR TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. .)S14151Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v444(SENATE PASSED H.R. 2709, TO IMPOSE CERTAIN SANCTIONS ON FOREIGN PERSONS WHO TRANSFER ITEMS CONTRIBUTING TO IRAN'S EFFORTS TO ACQUIRE, DEVELOP, OR PRODUCE BALLISTIC MISSILES, AND TO IMPLEMENT THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE CHEMIHR27096Nay vote
6/23/1998 Vetoed by President.
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s105v445(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2400, TO AUTHORIZE FUNDS FOR FEDERAL-AID-HIGHWAYS, HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAMS, AND TRANSIT PROGRAMS. .)HR24001Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-178 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-467 Part 1, 105-467 Part 2, 105-467 Part 3; Latest Conference Report: 105-550 (in
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s105v446(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE MOTION TO PROCEED TO CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 1270, TO AMEND THE NUCLEAR WASTE POLICY ACT OF 1982.)HR12706Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v459(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE MODIFIED COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. .)S14151Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v460(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE REJECTED A MOTION TO WAIVE THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT OF 1974 WITH RESPECT TO CONSIDERATION OF S. 1415, UNIVERSAL TOBACCO SETTLEMENT ACT. .)S14151Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v464(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF SUSAN OKI MOLLWAY, OF HAWAII, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE, CENTRAL DISTRICT, HAWAII.)PN191Yea vote
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s105v467(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2646, TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986 TO ALLOW TAX-FREE EXPENDITURES FROM EDUCATION INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL EXPENSES, AND TO INCREASE THE MAXIHR26466Nay vote
7/21/1998 Vetoed by President.
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s105v474(SENATE REJECTED MURRAY AMENDMENT NO. 2794, TO REPEAL THE RESTRICTION ON THE USE OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FACILITIES FOR ABORTIONS. .)S20571Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v478(SENATE REJECTED BYRD AMENDMENT NO. 3011 TO AMENDMENT NO. 3010, TO REQUIRE SEPARATE TRAINING PLATOONS AND SEPARATE HOUSING FOR MALE AND FEMALE BASIC TRAINEES, AND TO ENSURE AFTER-HOURS PRIVACY FOR BASIC TRAINEES. .)S20576Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v480(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF A. HOWARD MATZ, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA.)PN7441Yea vote
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s105v481(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF VICTORIA A. ROBERTS, OF MICHIGAN, TO BE UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN. .)PN5031Yea vote
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s105v487(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ACCOMPANYING H.R. 2676, TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986 TO RESTRUCTURE AND REFORM THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE.)HR26761Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-206 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-364 Part 1; Senate Reports: 105-174; Latest Conference Report: 105-599 (in Congre
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s105v488(SENATE PASSED S. 2282, TO AMEND THE ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT.)S22821Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-194 [GPO: Text, PDF]
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s105v495(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE REJECTED A MOTION TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE MOTION TO PROCEED TO CONSIDERATION OF S. 2271, THE PROPERTY RIGHTS IMPLEMENTATION ACT OF 1998.)S22716Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v512(SENATE PASSED H.R. 4112, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1999, AS AMENDED. .)HR41121Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-275 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-595; Latest Conference Report: 105-734 (in Congressional Record H8085-8097)
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s105v536(SENATE TABLED SHELBY AMENDMENT NO. 3338, WITH RESPECT TO EXEMPTING CERTAIN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FROM THE COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT OF 1977. .)HR11511Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v537(SENATE PASSED H.R. 1151, TO AMEND THE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION ACT TO CLARIFY EXISTING LAW WITH REGARD TO THE FIELD OF MEMBERSHIP OF FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS, TO PRESERVE THE INTEGRITY AND PURPOSE OF FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONS, AND TO ENHANCE SUPERVISORY HR11511Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-219 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-472; Senate Reports: 105-193
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s105v539(THREE FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE REJECTED A MOTION TO WAIVE THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT WITH RESPECT TO CONSIDERATION OF HUTCHINSON AMENDMENT NO. 3249, TO TERMINATE THE INTERNAL S23126Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v547(SENATE TABLED THE HUTCHISON AMENDMENT NO. 3413, TO CONDITION THE USE OF APPROPRIATED FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF AN ORDERLY AND HONORABLE REDUCTION OF U.S. GROUND FORCES IN THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA.)S21321Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v551(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4059, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, FAMILY HOUSING, AND BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1999. .)HR40591Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-237 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-578; Latest Conference Report: 105-647 (in Congressional Record H6427-6451)
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s105v552(SENATE AGREED TO SPECTER AMENDMENT NO. 3506, TO PROVIDE FUNDING FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY PREPARATORY COMMISSION.)S23341Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v553(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 629, TO GRANT THE CONSENT OF THE CONGRESS TO THE TEXAS LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL COMPACT.)HR6291Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-236 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-181; Latest Conference Report: 105-630 (in Congressional Record H5724-5727)
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s105v560(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE REJECTED THE MOTION TO INVOKE CLOTURE ON THE MOTION TO PROCEED TO CONSIDER S. 1873, STATING THE POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES REGARDING THE DEPLOYMES18736Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v562(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO AGREE TO A MOTION TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON AMENDMENT NO. 3554, TO REFORM THE FINANCING OF FEDERAL ELECTIONS. .)S22371Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v564(THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, SENATE FAILED TO AGREE TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE MOTION TO PROCEED TO CONSIDERATION OF S. 1981, TRUTH IN EMPLOYMENT ACT. .)S19816Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v575(TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATORS VOTING HAVING NOT VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, H.R. 1122, TO AMEND TITLE 18, UNITED STATES CODE, TO BAN PARTIAL-BIRTH ABORTIONS, UPON RECONSIDERATION, WAS REJECTED, AND THE VETO OF THE PRESIDENT WAS SUSTAINED.)HR11226Nay vote
Vetoed
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s105v582(SENATE PASSED H. R. 3150, TO AMEND TITLE 11, UNITED STATES CODE, AFTER STRIKING ALL AFTER THE ENACTING CLAUSE AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF THE TEXT OF S. 1301, AFTER AGREEING TO A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE, AND TAKING HR31501Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea supports president
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s105v588(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 6, TO EXTEND THE AUTHORIZATION OF PROGRAMS UNDER THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965.)HR61Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-244 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-481; Latest Conference Report: 105-750 (in Congressional Record H8978-9083)
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s105v589(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4103, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30,1999.)HR41031Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-262 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-591; Latest Conference Report: 105-746 (in Congressional Record H8657-8719)
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s105v591(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT H.R. 3616, TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999 FOR MILITARY ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, AND TO PRESCRIBE MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999.)HR36161Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-261 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-532; Latest Conference Report: 105-736 (in Congressional Record H8097-8460)
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s105v592(SENATE PASSED S. 1092, TO PROVIDE FOR A TRANSFER OF LAND INTERESTS IN ORDER TO FACILITATE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN THE CITIES OF COLD BAY, ALASKA, AND KING COVE, ALASKA.)S10926Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay supports president
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s105v593(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF SONIA SOTOMAYOR, OF NEW YORK, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT.)PN4021Yea vote
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s105v596(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4101, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30,1999.)HR41016Nay vote
10/7/1998 Vetoed by President.
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s105v605(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4194, MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF VETERANS AFFAIRS AND HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND FOR SUNDRY INDEPENDENT AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, CORPORATIONS AND OFFICES FOR THE FISHR41941Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-276 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-610; Latest Conference Report: 105-769 (in Congressional Record H9359-9437)
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s105v607(SENATE CONFIRMED THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM A. FLETCHER, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE U.S. CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE 9TH CIRCUIT.)PN71Yea vote
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s105v608(SENATE PASSED H.R. 2431, TO EXPRESS UNITED STATES FOREIGN POLICY WITH RESPECT TO, AND TO STRENGTHEN UNITED STATES ADVOCACY ON BEHALF OF, INDIVIDUALS PERSECUTED IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES ON ACCOUNT OF RELIGION TO AUTHORIZE UNITED STATES ACTIONS IN RHR24311Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-292 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-480 Part 1, 105-480 Part 2, 105-480 Part 3
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s105v612(SENATE AGREED TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4328, THE OMNIBUS CONSOLIDATED AND EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1999.)HR43281Yea vote
Became Public Law No: 105-277 [GPO: Text, PDF] House Reports: 105-648; Latest Conference Report: 105-825 (in Congressional Record H11044-11545) N
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