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President's Positions on 62nd Senate Roll Call Votes


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s62v40TO AGREE TO THE AMENDED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 2958, ' AN ACT PROVIDING FOR PUBLICITY OF CONTRIBUTIONS MADE FOR THE PURPOSE OF INFLUENCING ELECTIONS AT WHICH REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS ARE ELECTED, WHICH AMENDMENT REQUIRING EVERY CANDIDATE TO MAKE HR29581Yea vote
37 STAT. 25, 8-19-11
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s62v56TO PASS H.R. 4412. (P. 3175-1)HR44121Yea vote
37 STAT. 4, 7-26-11
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s62v57TO AMEND H.R. 11019, A BILL REDUCING THE DUTIES ON WOOL, AND MANUFACTURES OF WOOL, BY ELIMINATING SCHEDULE '' K'' THEREOF AND SUBSTITUTING THEREFORE A REVISED SCHEDULE CLASSIFYING WOOL, HAIR OF THE CAMEL, GOAT, ALPACA AND LIKE ANIMALS INTO TWO HR110191Yea vote
Req 620017
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s62v60TO AMEND H.R. 11019, IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE, BY ELIMINATING ALL OF SCHEDULE '' K'' IMPOSING A 40% TAX ON WOOL AND SUBSTITUTING THEREFORE A 35% DUTY THEREON, TO ENCOURAGE U.S. INDUSTRIES. (P. 3278-2)HR110191Yea vote
Req 620017
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s62v71TO PASS H.R. 4413.HR44136Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v80TO PASS H.J.RES. 14, (NO. 8-37-STAT. 39, 8-251-11), ADMITTING THE TERRITORIES OF NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA AS STATES INTO THE UNION UPON AN EQUAL FOOTING WITH THE ORIGINAL STATES. (P. 3742-1)HJR146Nay vote
Req 610029
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s62v86TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE TO H.R. 11019 A BILL REDUCING THE DUTIES ON WOOL AND MANUFACTURES OF WOOL. (P. 3962-2)HR110196Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v93TO PASS H.R. 12812. (P. 4067-1)HR128126Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v94TO PASS S.J.RES. 57, ENABLING THE PEOPLE OF NEW MEXICO TO FORM A CONSTITUTION AND STATE GOVERNMENT AND BE ADMITTED INTO THE UNION ON AN EQUAL FOOTING WITH ORIGINAL STATES, AND ENABLING THE PEOPLE OF ARIZONA TO FORM A CONSTITUTION AND A STATE GOSJR571Yea vote
Req 610029
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s62v98TO PROCEED TO THE CONSIDERATION OF S. 4239, A BILL PROPOSING TO AMEND, REVISE, AND CODIFY THE LAWS RELATING TO PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING AND DISTRIBUTION OF GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS. (P. 1217-2)S42391Yea vote
Req 620073
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s62v104TO PASS S. 252. (P. 188-1)S2521Yea vote
37 STAT. 79, 4-9-12
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s62v115TO AGREE TO THE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 17681, (37 STAT. 739, (6-26-12), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE EXPENSES OF THE GOVERNEMNT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1913, WHICH AMENDMENT ELIMINATES THE CLAUSE WHICH PROVIDES THAT HR176811Yea vote
(37 STAT. 739, (6-26-12)
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s62v129TO PASS H.R. 1.HR11Yea vote
37 STAT. L. 112, 5-12-12
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s62v142TO INSIST ON THEIR AMENDMENT TO H.J.RES. 39, (3( STAT. 646, APP. 5-15-1912), PROVIDING FOR THE DIRECT ELECTION OF SENATORS BY THE PEOPLE, AND THAT A NOTICE BE GIVEN TO THE H. OF REP., OF SUCH INSISTENCE ON SAID AMENDMENT, WHICH PROVIDES FOR THEHJR391Yea vote
(3( STAT. 646, APP. 5-15-1912)
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s62v165TO AMEND S. 5382, BY GIVING EMPLOYEES THE PRIVILEGE OF ENFORCING THEIR RIGHTS UNDER THIS ACT BEFORE AN ADJUSTER OR ANY STATE COURT HAVING JURISDICTION THEREOF - BUT PROVIDING NO REMOVAL SHALL BE PERMITTED TO A FEDERAL COURT. (P. 5956-2)S53821Yea vote
Req 610055
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s62v186TO PASS H.R. 9061, (37 STAT. 137, 6-19-12), A BILL LIMITING THE HOURS OF DAILY SERVICE OF LABORERS AND MECHANICS EMPLOYED BY THE U.S. TO EIGHT HOURS. (P. 7454-2)HR90611Yea vote
37 STAT. 137, 6-19-12
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s62v189TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE ON H.R. 18956, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATION FOR THE ARMY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1913, WHICH REPORT RECOMMENDS THAT THE SENATE RECEDE FROM AN AMENDMENT TO WHICH HOUSE DISAGREED. (P. 7HR189566Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v203TO AMEND H.R. 24565, (37 STAT. 328, 8-22-12), A BILL PROVIDING NAVAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL FOR FISCAL YEAR 1913, BY REDUCING FROM TWO TO ONE THE NUMBER OF BATTLESHIPS TO BE BUILT FOR THE NAVY DEPARTMENT, AND TO APPROPRIATE A SUM NOT TO EXCEED $7,HR245656Nay vote
Req 610114
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s62v205TO PROCEED TO CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 21969, (C 390-37 STAT. L. 560-8-24-12), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE OPENING, MAINTEN- ANCE, PROTECTION, AND OPERATION OF PANAMA CANAL AND THE SANITATION AND GOVERNMENT OF THE CANAL ZONE. (P. 8989-2)HR219691Yea vote
Req 620025
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s62v216TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 25069, WHICH PROVIDES MORE MEN IN THE ARMY.HR250691Yea vote
37 STAT. 417, 8-24-12
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s62v234TO PASS OVER PRESIDENTS VETO, S. 4862, A BILL GRANTING RELIEF TO CERTAIN PERSONS WHO SUPPLIED LABOR AND MATERIALS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CORBELT TUNNEL OF THE SHOSHONE IRRIGATION PROJECT. (P. 9938-1)S48626Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v238TO RECEDE FROM AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 18642, AN ACT AMENDING AN ACT PROVIDING REVENUE, EQUALIZING DUTIES AND ENCOURAGING THE INDUSTRIES OF THE U.S., SAID AMENDMENT REDUCING DUTIES ON IRON AND STEEL. (P. 10125-1)HR186426Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v239TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE TO H.R. 22195, REDUCING THE DUTIES ON WOOL AND MANUFACTURES OF WOOL, WHICH REPORT RECOMMENDS AN AMENDMENT FURTHER REDUCING DUTY ON WOOL AND WOOL PRODUCTS. (P. 10184-2)HR221956Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v243TO DISAGREE TO HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO SENATE AMENDMENTS 2-3-AND 4, TO H.R. 18985, WHICH HOUSE AMENDMENTS PROPOSE TO POSTPONE ABOLITION OF PENSION AGENCIES TO DEC. 31, 1912. (P. 10336-1)HR189851Yea vote
37 STAT. 311, 8-17-12
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s62v244TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE TO H.R. 24023, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LEGISLA- TIVE, EXECUTIVE, AND JUDICIAL BRANCHES OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL 1913. (P. 10055-1,10334-2)HR240236Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v255TO PASS H.R. 21969. (P. 10589-2)HR219691Yea vote
Req 620025
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s62v264TO CONCUR IN AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 21279, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT POSTMASTER GENERAL ESTABLISH AND PROMULGATE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR LETTING CONTRACTS FOR CARRYING MAILS ON RURAL ROUTES UPON PLANS NOW PROVIDED, NO CONTRACTS TO PROVIDE CHR212791Yea vote
37 STAT. 539, 8-24-12
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s62v271TO AGREE TO AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 16571, (C 373-37 STAT. L. 499, 8-24-12), A BILL GIVING EFFECT TO THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE U.S., GT. BRITAIN, JAPAN, AND RUSSIA FOR THE PRESERVATION, AND PROTECTION OF THE FUR SEALS AND SEA OHR165711Yea vote
C 373-37 STAT. L. 499, 8-24-12
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s62v273TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 21969, (C 390-37 STAT. L. 560-8-24-12), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE OPENING, MAINTENANCE, PROTECTION AND OPERATION OF THE PANAMA CANAL AND THE SANITATION AND GOVERNMENT OF CAAL ZONE. (P. 11053-2)HR219691Yea vote
Req 620025
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s62v274TO PASS OVER PRESIDENTS' VETO, H.R. 18642, A BILL AMENDING AN ACT, PROVIDING REVENUE, EQUALIZING DUTIES, AND ENCOURAG- ING THE INDUSTRIES OF THE U.S. (METAL SCHEDULE). (P. 11065-2)HR186426Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v275TO PASS OVER PRESIDENTS' VETO H.R. 22195, AN ACT REDUCING THE DUTIES ON WOOL, MANUFACTURES OF WOOL. (P. 11069-28 11081-1)HR221956Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v277TO PASS OVER PRESIDENTS' VETO H.R. 26321, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LEGISLATIVE, EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL EXPENSES OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL 1913. (P. 11443-2, 11457-2)HR263216Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v318TO PASS S.J.RES. 143, (37 STAT. 1025, 3-2-13), AUTHORIZING SECTY. OF WAR TO LOAN CERTAIN TENTS FOR USE AT MEETING OF IMPERIAL COUNCIL OF ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE, TO BE HELD AT DALLAS, TEXAS. (P. 1908-2,1909-2)SJR1431Yea vote
37 STAT. 1025, 3-2-13
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s62v336TO CONSIDER S. 1, A BILL TO ESTABLISH A DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. (P. 2471-1)S11Yea vote
Req 610137
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s62v340TO SUSTAIN POINT OF ORDER IN RESPECT TO AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 17593, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDED THAT NOTHING IN THIS ACT BE CONSTRUED TO FORBID INTERSTATE SHIPMENT OF LIQUORS INTENDED FOR SACRAMENTAL OR FOR PERSONAL PURPOSES, THE POINT OF ORDER WAHR175936Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v350TO PASS S. 3175, OVER THE VETO OF THE PRESIDENT.S31756Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v370TO AMEND H.R. 28766, BY ELIMINATING THE PROVISION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE OVER THE POTOMAC RIVER. (P. 4050-2)HR287666Nay vote
Req 620114
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s62v373TO PASS H.R. 28766.HR287661Yea vote
Req 620111,620112
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s62v379TO PASS OVER THE VETO OF THE PRESIDENT, H.R. 17593, A BILL TO DIVEST INTOXICATING LIQUORS OF THEIR INTERSTATE COMMERCE CHARACTER IN CERTAIN CASES. (P. 4299-2)HR175936Nay vote
Vetoed
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s62v380TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 22526, (37 STAT. 732, 3-3-1913), A BILL AMENDING THE PURE FOOD AND DRUG ACT.HR225261Yea vote
37 STAT. 732, 3-3-1913
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s62v381TO AMEND AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 28812, (37 STAT. 891, 3-1-13), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE NAVAL SERVICE FOR FISCAL 1914, BY APPROPRIATING $11,150,000, INSTEAD OF $7,425,000 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THREE INSTEAD OF TWO FIRST CLASS BATTLEHR288121Yea vote
Req 620095
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s62v385TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 28180.HR281801Yea vote
37 STAT. L. 801, 3-4-13
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s62v394TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 27148, (37 STAT. 791, 3-4-13), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATION FOR THE SERVICE OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT FOR FISCAL 1914. (P. 4693-1)HR271481Yea vote
37 STAT. 791, 3-4-13
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s62v396TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 28766, (37 STAT. 866, 3-4-13), A BILL TO INCREASE THE LIMIT COST OF CERTAIN BUILDINGS, TO AUTHORIZE THE ENLARGEMENT, EXTENSION, REMODELING, OR IMPROVEMENT OF CERTAIN PUBLIC BUILDINGS, TO AUTHORIZE THE EHR287661Yea vote
Req 620111,620112
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