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President's Positions on 88th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s88v9S. 6. MASS TRANSPORTATION ACT OF 1963, PROVIDING MATCHING GRANTS & OTHER AID TO LOCAL & STAGE GOV'TS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMS. GOLDWATER AMEND. TO ELIMINATE LANGUAGE REQUIRING ARRANGEMENTS TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS & INTERES66Nay vote
Req 880329
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s88v13S. 6. LAUSCHE AMEND. TO ESTABLISH A DIVISION OF URBAN TRANSPORTATION IN THE DEPT. OF COMMERCE & TRANSFER THE ADMIN. OF A MASS TRANSIT AID PROGRAM FROM THE HOUSING & FINANCE AGENCY TO THE NEW COMMERCE DIVISION.S66Nay vote
Req 880329
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s88v14S. 6. TOWER AMEND. ALTERING THE BILL'S DEFINITION OF AN URBAN AREA SO AS TO INCLUDE ONLY CITIED OF 50,000 OR MORE POPULATION & SURROUNDING AREAS.S66Nay vote
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s88v16S. 6. LAUSCHE AMEND. TO DELETE ALL PROVISIONS AUTHORIZING GRANTS FOR MASS TRANSIT ASSISTANCE.S66Nay vote
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s88v18S. 6. TOWER AMEND. TO REDUCE FEDERAL PARTICIPATION IN THE GRANT PROGRAM TO 1/2 INSTEAD OF 3 AND 2/3'S OF THE NET PROJECT COST.S66Nay vote
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s88v19S. 6. TOWER AMEND. TO STRIKE FROM MORSE AMEND. (BELOW) LANGUAGE REQUIRING AS A CONDITION OF GRANTING AID THAT 'FAIR & EQUITABLE ARRANGEMENTS'' BE MADE FOR THE PROTECTION WORKERS' RIGHTS AND SPECIFYING WHAT THESE ARRANGEMENTS MUST INCLUDE.S66Nay vote
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s88v21S. 6. PASSAGE.S61Yea vote
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s88v25S. 4. PASSAGE.S41Yea vote
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s88v27S. 1. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO REDUCE THE FIRST-YEAR AUTHORIZATIONS FOR BOTH THE YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS & THE HOMETOWN YOUTH CORPS FROM $60 MILLION TO $50 MILLION EACH.S11Yea vote
Req 880114
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s88v31S. 1. PROUTY AMEND. TO DELETE TITLE 1, PROVIDING FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS.S16Nay vote
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s88v32S. 1. PROUTY AMEND. TO SUBSTITUTE FOR TITLE 1 AN EXPANSION OF THE 1962 MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING ACT THROUGH FISCAL 1968, BUT TO LEAVE TITLE 22 (STATE AND COMMUNITY YOUTH PROGRAMS) SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME BUT W/SMALLER ENROLLMENT.S16Nay vote
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s88v33S. 1. PASSAGE.S11Yea vote
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s88v34HR. 2440. AUTHORIZE $15,147,491,000 FOR PROCUREMENT, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TESTING, & EVALUATION OF AIRCRAFT, MISSILES & NAVAL VESSELS FOR THE DEFENSE DEPT. RUSSELL (GA.) AMEND. TO STRIKE $196 MILLION TO INITATE PROCUREMENT OF THE NIKE-ZEUS ANHR24401Yea vote
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s88v38CONFIRMATION OF THE PRES. NOMINATION OF 14 INCOPRORATORS OF THE COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE CORP. MORSE POINT OF ORDER THAT THE SENATE LACKED CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATIONS OF PRIVATE INCORPORATORS OF A PRIVATE BUSINESS ENTERPSRE1Yea vote
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s88v39HR. 5517. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS. SALTONSTALL AMEND. TO REDUCE FROM $450 MILLION TO $250 MILLION FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR ACCELERATED PUBLIC WORKS.HR55176Nay vote
Req 880322
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s88v41HR. 5517. YOUNG AMEND. TO ELIMINATE $30 MILLION APPROPRI- ATED FOR CIVIL DEFENSE.HR55176Nay vote
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s88v43HR. 5366. TREASURY-POST OFFICE APPROPRIATIONS CLARK AMEND. TO INCREASE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE FUNDS BY $20,00,000 IN ORDER TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL ENFORCEMENT AGENTS.HR53661Yea vote
Req 870237
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s88v44HR. 5366. ROBERTSON MOTION TO TABLE WILLIAMS MOTION TO RECOMMIT W/INSTRUCTIONS TO REDUCE TREASURY APPROPRIATIONS BY $115,164,780.HR53661Yea vote
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s88v60HR. 4997. PASSAGE.HR49971Yea vote
Req 880001-880006
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s88v61EXECUTIVE H, 87TH CONG., 2ND SESS. INTER-NATIONAL COFFEE AGREEMENT OF 1962. RATIFIED.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty
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s88v64HR. 5389. PASSAGE.HR53891Yea vote
Req 880317-18, 880320
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s88v65HR. 5207. FOREIGN SERVICE BUILDINGS AUTHORIZATION. LONG SUBSTITUE AMEND. TO REPEAL THE 1962 ACT WHICH AUTHORIZED $73 MILLION FOR PAYMENT OF INDIVIDUAL PHILLIPPINE WAR DAMAGE CLAIMS.HR52076Nay vote
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s88v68S. 1576. PASSAGE.S15761Yea vote
Req 880046, 880076-79, 880084
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s88v70HR. 6009. PASSAGEHR60091Yea vote
Req 880315
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s88v71HR. 5279. INTERIOR DEPT. APPROPRIATIONS. DIRKSEN MOTION TO RECOMMIT W/INSTRUCTIONS TO REDUCE THE TOTAL BY $49,399,300.00HR52796Nay vote
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s88v72HR. 5279. LAUSCHE AMEND TO REDUCE BY $310,000 BUREAU OF SPORT FISHERIES & WILDLIFE FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR CONSTRUCTION & MANAGEMENT PLANNING OF THE NATIONAL FISHERIES CENTER AND AQUARIUM.HR52796Nay vote
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s88v73HR. 5279. PASSAGE.HR52791Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s88v75S. 777. AUTHORIZE A 2-YEAR, $20 MILLION APPROPRIATION FOR THE ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY. PASSAGE.S7771Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s88v76HR. 67755. EXTEND FOR ONE YEAR TEMPORARY EXCISE & CORPORATION INCOME TAXES AT THEIR EXISTING RATES. COTTON AMEND. TO ALLOW THE EXISTING 5% TAX ON AIR PASSENGER TRAVEL TO EXPIRE ON JUNE 30, 1963, AS SCHEDULED.HR677556Nay vote
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s88v77HR. 3872. EXTEND FOR 5 YEARS, THE LIFE OF THE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF WASHL, CONTINUE ITS AUTHORITY TO BORROW NEEDED FUNDS DIRECTLY FROM THE TREASURY AND INCREASE THAT AUTHORITY TO $8 BILLION FROM $6 BILLION, AND INCREASE ITS LANDING AUTHORITY.HR38721Yea vote
Req 880165
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s88v78S. 1163. AREA REDEVELOPMENT ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1963. SCOTT AMEND. TO CHANGE THE FORMULA FOR DESIGNATION OF REDEVELOPMENT AREAS SO AS TO ELIMINATE AREAS OF UNDEREMPLOYMENT.S11636Nay vote
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s88v79S. 1163. MILLER AMEND. TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF ELIGIBLE REDEVELOPMENT AREAS BY INCLUDING FARM AREAS WHERE THE NUMBER OF FARMERS IS DECLINING AND FROM WHICH THERE HAS BEEN A CONTINUING MIGRATION.S11636Nay vote
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s88v80S. 1163. PASSAGE.S11631Yea vote
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s88v84HR. 2513. AMEND THE TARRIFF ACT OF 1930 TO REQUIRE THAT NEW PACKAGES OF IMPORTED ARTICLES MUST BE MARKED TO INDICATE THEIR COUNTRY OF ORIGIN. JAVITS MOTION TO RECOMMIT.HR25131Yea vote
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s88v87HR. 6016. AUTHORIZE $609,547,000 FOR INCREASED RIVER BASIN AUTHORIZATIONS & FOR CERTAIN FLOOD CONTROL & POWER PROJECTS. SIMPSON AMEND. TO DELETE AUTHORITY TO BUILD A RESERVOIR & POWER PROJECT AT BURNS CREEK, IDAHO AT AN ESTIMATED FEDERAL COST OHR60166Nay vote
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s88v88HR. 6016. DIRKSEN MOTION TO RECOMMIT.HR60166Nay vote
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s88v89HR. 5555. AUTHORIZE $1.3 BILLION ANNUALLY FOR PAY INCREASES FOR THE ARMED FORCES, COAST GUARD, COAST & GEODETIC SURVEY, AND PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. PASSAGE.HR55551Yea vote
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s88v90HR. 5888. APPROPRIATE $5,495,827,250 FOR THE DEPTS. OF LA- BOR, HEW, & RELATED AGENCIES. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO REDUCE ALL FUNDS.HR58886Nay vote
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s88v91HR. 5888. CLARK AMEND. TO INCREASE FUNDS FOR MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING ACT PROGRAMS FROM $110 MILLION TO THE HOUSE FIGURE, $140 MILLION.HR58881Yea vote
Req 880209, 870342
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s88v97HR. 7500. LAUSCHE AMEND. TO REDUCE ALL FUNDS TO $5,203,719,400, THE SUM AUTHORIZED BY THE HOUSE.HR75006Nay vote
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s88v98HR. 7500. CURTIS AMEND. TO PROHIBIT USE OF ANY FUNDS FOR AN ELECTRONICS RESEARCH CENTER UNTIL NASA HAD SUBMITTED & CONGRESS HAD APPROVED THE RESULTS OF A STUDY OF THE NEED & PLANS.HR75006Nay vote
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s88v102S. 1321. DIRKSEN MOTION TO RECOMMIT.S13216Nay vote
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s88v103S. 1321. PASSAGE.S13211Yea vote
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s88v104S. 1321. HUMPHREY MOTION TO TABLE MANSFIELD MOTION TO RECONSIDER THE BILL.S13211Yea vote
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s88v110HR. 7824. EXTEND FROM AUG. 31 TO NOV. 30, 1963 THE EXISTING TEMPORARY $309 BILLION DEBT LIMIT. PASSAGE.HR78241Yea vote
Req 870456
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s88v111S. 1153. EXTEND FOR THREE YEARS THE $75 MILLION PER YEAR FEDERAL AID TO AIRPORTS PROGRAM. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO REDUCE BY 1/3 THE THREE-YEAR $225 MILLION AUTHORIZATION.S11536Nay vote
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s88v112S.J.RES. 102. JOINT RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH A 7 MEMBER TRIPARTITE ARBITRATION BOARD TO RESOLVE THE RAILROAD WORK- RULES DISPUTE. MORSE AMEND. IN THE FORM OF A SUBSTITUTE RECOMMEND SOLUTIONS FOR FINAL DISPOSITION BY THE ICC.SJRE1021Yea vote
Req 880336
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s88v116S.J.RES. 102. PASSAGE.SJRE1021Yea vote
public law 88-108
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s88v120S. 1831. PROUTY AMEND. TO AUTHORIZE $60 MILLION FOR FISCAL 1964 ONLY INSTEAD OF $100 MILLION FOR EACH OF FISCAL 1964 & 1965.S18316Nay vote
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s88v122S. 1831. PASSAGE.S18311Yea vote
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s88v125HR. 12. GOLDWATER/TOWER AMEND. TO ELIMINATE THE PROGRAM OF LOANS TO STUDENTS OF MEDICINE, DENTISTRY, & OSTEOPATHY.HR126Nay vote
Req 880064
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s88v126HR. 12. PASSAGEHR121Yea vote
Req 880062-64
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s88v127EXEC. M, 88TH CONG., 1ST SESS. LIMITED NUCLEAR TEST- BAN TREATY. GOLDWATER RESERVATION TO THE RESOLUTION OF OF RATIFICATION TO MAKE U.S. RATIFICATION CONTINGENT UPON A COMPLETE & U.N.-INSPECTED WITHDRAWAL OF SOVIET NUCLEAR WEAPONS & MILITARY ANSRE6Nay vote
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s88v128EXEC. M. TOWER RESERVATION TO MAKE U.S. RATIFICATION CONTINGENT UPON FULL PAYMENT OF ALL SOVIET ARREARS FOR PEACE & SECURITY OPERATION OF THE U.N.SRE6Nay vote
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s88v129EXEC. M. TOWER RESERVATION TO DELAY THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE TREATY UNTIL THE ORIGINAL PARTIES REVISED IT TO PROVIDE AN ADEQUATE SYSTEM OF ONSITE INSPECTIONS TO DETECT ANY VIOLATIONS.SRE6Nay vote
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s88v130EXEC. M. MANSFIELD MOTION TO TABLE A TOWER/LONG UNDERSTAND- ING TO THE RESOLUTION THAT WOULD STIPULATE THAT THE TREATY WOULD NOT INHIBIT THE USE OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN ARMED CONFLICTS.SRE1Yea vote
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s88v133EXEC. M. APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty
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s88v134HR. 7179. APPROPRIATIONS FOR DEPT. OF DEFENSE. SALTONSTALL AMEND. TO CUT THE PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATION BY ONE PERCENT.HR71796Nay vote
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s88v135HR. 7179. MCGOVERN AMEND. TO CUT THE PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATION BY 10 PER CENT & THE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT APPR. BY 10 PER CENT.HR71796Nay vote
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s88v136HR. 7179. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO CUT $60 MILLION FROM THE APPROPRIATION FOR RESEARCH ON A MOBILE MEDIUM-RANGE BALLISTIC MISSILE FOR THE AIR FORCE.HR71796Nay vote
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s88v137HR. 7179. PASSAGE.HR71791Yea vote
public law 88-149
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s88v138HR. 5555. AUTHORIZE $1.2 BILLION ANNUALLY FOR PAY INCREASES FOR THE ARMED FORCES. ADOPTION OF CONFERENCE REPORT.HR55551Yea vote
Req 880248
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s88v139HR. 6754. APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE AGRICULTURE DEPT. LAUSCHE MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES SO THAT HE COULD OFFER AN AMEND. RAISING THE 2* INTEREST RATE ON LOANS BY THE REA TO 3%.HR67546Nay vote
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s88v142HR. 6754. PASSAGE.HR67541Yea vote
PL 88-250
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s88v143HR. 3369. PRIVATE BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF MRS. ELIZABETH MASON. HUMPHREY/MANSFIELD/DIRKSEN AMEND. TO EXTEND THE LIFE OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION FOR ONE YEAR.HR33691Yea vote
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s88v144HR. 3369. PASSAGE OF THE BILL EXTENDING THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION FOR ONE YEAR.HR33691Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s88v146S. 1066. PASSAGE.S10661Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s88v147HR. 4955. AUTHORIZE NEW FUNDS FOR AN EXPANDED VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM & EXTEND THE NDEA TO AID TO FEDERALLY IMPACTED SCHOOL AREAS. GOLDWATER AMEND. TO CUT AUTHORIZED FUNDS BY $805 MILLION OVER A 5-YEAR PERIOD & DELETE ALL SECTIONS PROVIDINHR49556Nay vote
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s88v149HR. 4955. PASSAGE.HR49551Yea vote
Req 880021, 880023-24, 880037, 880051-53, 880216-18
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s88v150S. 1915. AUTHORIZE THE SEC. OF AGRICULTURE TO SET, UNDER FED. MILK MARKETING ORDERS, INDIVIDUAL ALLOTMENTS ON THE SALE OF MILK FOR FLUID USE. MCCARTHY AMEND. TO PROVIDE A PROGRAM OF INCENTIVE PAYMENTS TO PRODUCERS OUTSIDE OF FED. MILK MARKET ORS19151Yea vote
Req 880013
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s88v152S. 1915. PASSAGE.S19151Yea vote
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s88v154HR. 6143. ERVIN/COOPER AMEND. TO EXCLUDE FROM THE GRANT & LOAN PROGRAMS ANY INSTITUTIONS WHICH WERE OWNED, CON GRANT & LOAN PROGRAMS ANY INSTITUTIONS WHICH WERE OWNED, CONTROLLED OR OPERATED BY A RELIGIOUS DENOMINATION OR WHICH HAS SECTARIAN REHR61436Nay vote
CQ=nay (verified), Req 880204
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s88v156S. 649. AMEND THE FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE APPROPRIATION OF $20 MILLION ANNUALLY FOR 64--67 FOR GRANTS TO STATES & MUNICIPALITIES TO DEMONSTRATE METHODS OF SEPARATION OF COMBINED STORM & SANITARY SEWERS, & TO PROVIDES6491Yea vote
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s88v157HR. 6143. AUTHORIZE A 5-YEAR PROGRAM OF FEDERAL GRANTS & LOANS FOR CONSTRUCTION OR IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC & PRIVATE COLLEGE FACILITIES. GOLDWATER AMEND. TO ELIMINATE PROVIS- IONS FOR $900 MILLION IN ACADEMIC FACILITIES GRANTS.HR61436Nay vote
Req 880030
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s88v158HR. 6143. PASSAGE.HR61431Yea vote
Req 880030-32,880034-35
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s88v159S. 1914 & S. 1942. INCORPORATE & GRANT FEDERAL CHARTERS TO THE CHATHOLIC WAR VETERANS OF THE U.S. AND THE JEWISH WAR VETERANS. PASSAGE.S19141Yea vote
Req 880219
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s88v160EXEC. D, 88TH CON., 1ST SESS., PROTOCOL TO THE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION, EXEC. E, 37TH CON., 2ND SESS., CONVENTION ON EXTRADITION W/SWEDEN, EXEC. F, 87TH CONG., 2ND SESS., ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL TO THE 1961 TREATY OF EXTRADITION SRE1Yea vote
Treaty
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s88v162HR. 7885. MORSE MOTION TO RECOMMIT FOR ONE WEEK.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v164HR. 7885. ELLENDER AMEND TO LOWER THE AMOUNT FOR DEVELOP- MENT LOANS TO $900 MILLION.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v165HR. 7885. DIRKSEN MOTION TO TABLE RECONSIDERATION OF THE VOTE ON THE ABOVE AMEND.HR78851Yea vote
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s88v166HR. 7885. MORSE AMEND. TO REDUCE DEVELOPMENT LOANS FOR FIS- CAL 1964 FOR $975 MILLION TO $950 MILLION & REPEAL THE STANDING AUTHORIZATION FOR DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1965 AND 1966.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v173HR. 7885. GRUENING AMEND. TO RAISE INTEREST RATES ON FOREIGN LOANS TO 1/4 OF 1% HIGHER THAN THE BORROWING RATE PAID BY THE TREASURY.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v176HR. 7885. LAUSCHE AMEND. TO DELETE LANGUAGE THAT WOULD PERMIT THE PRES. TO CONTINUE GRANTING MOST-FAVORED- NATION TARIFF TREATMENT TO POLAND & YUGOSLAVIA.HR78856Nay vote
Req 880173
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s88v177HR. 7885. HUMPHREY AMEND. TO REMOVE THE PEACE CORPS & THE MUTUAL EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL EXCHANGE ACT FROM COVERAGE BY PROVISIONS REQUIRING CESSATION OF AID UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.HR78851Yea vote
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s88v179HR. 7885. MILLER AMEND. TO DENY DEVELOPMENT LOANS OR DEVELOPMENT GRANTS TO ANY NATION WHICH IS MORE THAN ONE YEAR IN ARREARS ON PAYMENTS TO THE U.N. UNLESS IT IS ECONOMICALLY UNABLE TO PAY.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v180HR. 7885. MORSE AMEND. TO BAR USE OF ANY AID FUNDS BY ANY COUNTRY FOR BALANCE OF PAYMENTS OR BUDGET-SUPPORT REASONS.HR78856Nay vote
Req 880231
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s88v181HR. 7885. GRUENING AMEND. TO REQUIRE A FLAT 2% INTEREST RATE ON ALL FOREIGN AID OANS.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v182HR. 7885. MORSE AMEND. TO CUT FUNDS FOR SUPPORTING ASSISTANCE FROM $400 MILLION TO $350 MILLION.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v183HR. 7885. MORSE AMEND. TO CUT FUNDS FOR SUPPORTING ASSISTANCE TO $380 MILLION.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v184HR. 7885. MORSE AMEND. TO ALLOW THE PRES. TO AID A LATIN AMERICAN MILITARY JUNTA GOV'T ONLY IF HE DECLAIRES IT IN THE NATIIONAL INTEREST CONGRESS DOES NOT ADOPT A DISAPPROVING RESOLUTION W/IN 30 DAYS.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v185HR. 7885. MORSE AMEND. TO END FOREIGN AID AFTER JUNE 1965 UNLESS RECIPIENT COUNTRIES HAVE ADOPTED SEVERAL SELF-HELP MEASURES & REFORMS, THE AID IS BEING GIVEN UNDER AN IRREVOCABLE PRIOR CONTRACT, & THE MEMBER OF AID RECIPIENTS HAS BEEN REDUCED HR78856Nay vote
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s88v186HR. 7885. MORSE AMEND. SUBSTITUTING HOUSE-PASSED BILL AUTHORIZING $3,502, 075,000 AND MAKING A NUMBER OF RESTRICTIONS ON ADMIN. OF THE PROGRAM.HR78856Nay vote
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s88v188HR. 7885. MANSFIELD MOTION TO TABLE MUNDT AMEND. TO PROHIBIT THE EXPORT-IMPORT BAK FROM GUARANTEEING OR EXTENDING CREDIT FOR THE SALE OF GRAIN TO ANY COMMUNIST COUNTRY.HR78851Yea vote
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s88v190HR. 7885. PASSAGE.HR78851Yea vote
Req 880173, 880175, 880178
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s88v191HR. 7431. PROVIDE FISCAL 1964 FUNDS FOR D.C. RIBICOFF AMEND. TO INCREASE THE WELFARE APPROPRIATION TO $306,637 TO PERMIT D.C. ENTRY INTO A FEDERAL PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, AID TO FAMILIES W/DEPENDENT CHILDREN OF UNEMPLOYED PARENTS.HR74311Yea vote
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s88v192HR. 8747. INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO DELETE A LANGUAGE APPROPRIATING $60 TO THE FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A CIVIL SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT.HR87476Nay vote
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s88v193HR. 8747. FULBRIGHT AMEND. TO REDUCE NASA FUNDS BY $519 MILLION.HR87476Nay vote
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s88v194HR. 8747. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO REDUCE NASA FUNDS BY $90 MILLION.HR87476Nay vote
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s88v195HR. 8747. DOUGLAS MOTION TO TABLE CLARK MOTION TO RECONSIDER ABOVE VOTE.HR87476Nay vote
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s88v196HR. 8747. CLARK AMEND. TO INCREASE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION FUNDS BY $49,800,000.HR87471Yea vote
Req 880029, 880036, 870305
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s88v197HR. 8747. YOUNG AMEND. TO REDUCE DEFENSE DEPT. CIVIL DEFENSE FUNDS FOR RESEARCH, SHELTER SURVEYS & MARKING BY $46,900,000.HR87476Nay vote
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s88v198HR. 8747. PASSAGE.HR87471Yea vote
PL 88-215
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s88v199HR. 8969. EXTEND THE EXISTING TEMPORARY $309 BILLION NATIONAL DEBT LIMIT FROM NOV. 30 THROUGHT JUNE 30, 1964 & FURTHER INCREASE THE TEMPORARY LIMT BY $6 BILLION FROM NOV. 30 THROUGH JUNE 29, 1964. WILLIAMS AMEND. TO EXTEND THE $309 BILLION LIMIHR89696Nay vote
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s88v200HR. 8969. PASSAGE.HR89691Yea vote
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s88v202S. 2265. AMEND THE 1956 LIBRARY SERVICES ACT TO EXTEND FEDERAL AID FOR LIBRARY SERVICES TO URBAN AREAS, INCREASE TO $25 MILLION ANNUALLY FEDERAL GRANTS FOR LIBRARY SERVICES & AUTHORIZE $20 MILLION ANNUALLY FOR GRANTS TO THE STATES FOR CONSTRUCTS22651Yea vote
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s88v203S. 2310. BAR THE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OR ANY OTHER GOV'T AGENCY FROM GUARANTEEING PRIVATE U.S. CREDIT TO COMMUNIST COUNTRIES FOR ANY PURCHASE. MANSFIELD MOTION TO TABLE THE BILL.S23101Yea vote
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s88v205H.J.RES. 309. JOINT RESOLUTION TO EXTEND FOR TWO MONTHS THE AUTHORITY FOR GOV'T AGENCIES TO CONTINUE TO SPEND AT FISCAL 1963 LEVELS IF CONGRESS HAS NOT PASSED THEIR REGULAR FISCAL 1964 APPROPRIATIONS. CLARK AMEND. LIMITING THEHJRE3091Yea vote
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s88v206HR. 8667. AUTHORIZE $950,847,000 FOR 11 RIVER BASINS & 6 NEW RESERVOIR & FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS. PASSAGE.HR86671Yea vote
PL 88-253
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s88v207S. 1703. EXTEND THE MEXICAN FARM LABOR PROGRAM THROUGH 1964. ELLENDER MOTION TO AGREE TO THE HOUSE VERSION, WHICH OMITTED A SENATE AMEND. INCREASING THE FRINGE BENEFITS WHICH FARMERS HAD TO OFFER DOMESTIC FARM WORKERS BEFORE THEY COULD QUALIFY S17031Yea vote
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s88v210HR. 9140. APPROPRIATE $4,500,963,200 FOR PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS AND THE AEC. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO PREVENT FUND FOR THE GLEN ELDER PROJECT IN KANSAS FOR BEING USED FOR IRRIGATION PURPOSES.HR91406Nay vote
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s88v211HR. 6143. HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES ACT, PROVIDING A 5-YEAR PROGRAM OF FEDERAL GRANTS & LOANS FOR CONSTRUCTION OR IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC & PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION ACADEMIC FACILITIES. ADOPTION OF CONFERENCE REPORT.HR61431Yea vote
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s88v212HR. 7063. APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPTS. OF STATE, JUSTICE, THE FED. JUDICIARY, THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION. KEATING AMEND. TO INCREASE THE APPROPRIATION FOR THE JUSTICE DEPT. BY $60,000 SO THAT THE CIVIL RIGHTS DIV. COULD HIRE EIGHT MORE LAWYERHR70631Yea vote
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s88v213HR. 7885. FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT. ADOPTION OF CONFERENCE REPORT.HR78851Yea vote
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s88v214HR. 4955. AUTHORIZE $921 MILLION TO EXPAND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS & EXTEND THE NDES, EXTEND AID TO FEDERALLY IMPACTED SCHOOL AREAS FOR 2 YEARS. ADOPTION OF CONFERENCE REPORT.HR49551Yea vote
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s88v215EXEC. N. 88TH CONG., 1ST SESS. CONVENTION ON THE CHAMIZAL, SETTLING A CENTURY-OLD DISPUTE BETWEEN THE U.S. & MEXICO. TOWER RESERVATION TO MAKE U.S. RATIFICATION CONTINGENT UPON APPROVAL OF THE TREATY BY THE TEXAS LEG.SRE6Nay vote
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s88v216EXEC. N. TREATY RATIFIED.SRE1Yea vote
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s88v217HR. 9499. APPROPRIATIONS FOR FOREIGN AID. MORSE AMEND. TO DELETE A PROVISION THAT APPROPRIATED $50 MILLION FOR THE INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, CONTINGENT UPON ENACTMENT OF LEGISLATION AUTHORIZING $50 MILLION.HR94996Nay vote
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s88v220HR. 9499. FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS. MORSE AMEND. TO CUT FUNDS FOR SUPPORTING ASSISTANCE FROM $380 MILLION TO $300 MILLION.HR94996Nay vote
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s88v221HR. 9499. ELLENDER AMEND TO CUT $30 MILLION FROM SUPPORTING ASSISTANCE.HR94996Nay vote
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s88v222HR. 9499. ELLENDER AMEND. TO CUT $200 MILLION FROM THE $800 MILLION PROVIDED FOR DEVELOPMENT LOANS.HR94996Nay vote
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s88v223HR. 9499. MORSE AMEND. TO PROVIDE $3 BILLION FOR FOREIGN AID AND GIVE THE PRES. 30 DAYS TO ALLOCATE THE CUTS.HR94996Nay vote
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s88v227HR. 9499. PASTORE MOTION TO ADOPT SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE AMEND. WHICH DELETED A HOUSE PROVISION PROHIBITING EXPORT-IMPORT BANK GUARANTEES OF PRIVATE CREDIT FOR SALES TO COMMUNIST COUNTRIES.HR94991Yea vote
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s88v228HR. 9499. PASSAGE.HR94991Yea vote
Req 880176
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s88v229HR. 9499. ADOPTION OF CONFERENCE.HR94991Yea vote
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s88v230HR. 7406. AUTHORIZE $461,760,000 IN ADDITIONAL U.S. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK.HR74061Yea vote
PL 88-259
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s88v231S. 2214. AUTHORIZE $312 MILLION AS U.S. CONTRIBUTION TO INCREASE IN FINANCIAL RESOURCES OF THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSN. MORSE MOTION TO RECOMMIT.S22146Nay vote
Req 880462
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s88v232S. 2214. PASSAGE.S22141Yea vote
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s88v238EXECES O & R, 88TH CONG., 1ST SESS. EXEC. O EXTENDED UNTIL 1970 THE 1957 ITERIM CONVENTION ON CONSERVATION OF NORTH PACIFIC FUR SEALS. EXEC. REXTENDED THROUGH 1965 THE ORGANIZATIONAL PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUGAR AGREEMENT OF 1958.SRE1Yea vote
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s88v239HR. 8363. REVENUE ACT OF 1964. FINANCE COMM. AMEND. DELETING A HOUSE PROVISION THAT WOULD REDUCE CAPITAL GAINS TAX RATES.HR83631Yea vote
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s88v240HR. 8363. GORE AMEND. REQUIRING TAXPAYER TO INCLUDE IN TAXABLE INCOME THE VALUE OF EMPLOYER-PAID PREMIUMS FOR GROUP TERM LIFE INSURANCE FOR THE EMPLOYEE IN EXCESS OF $30,000.00HR83631Yea vote
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s88v242HR. 8363. RIBICOFF AMEND. TO ALLOW STUDENTS OR PARENTS A TAX CREDIT FOR COLLEGE EXPENSES FOR TUITION, BOOKS, FEES ON A SLIDING SCALE UP TO A MAXIMUM CREDIT OF $325.HR83636Nay vote
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s88v243HR. 8363. PROUTY AMEND. ALLOWING STUDENTS TO DEDUCT FROM EARNED INCOME HIGHER EDUCATIONA EXPENSES W/A MAXIMUM DEDUCTION OF $1,200 FOR UNDERGRADUATES AND $1,500 FORHR83636Nay vote
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s88v244HR. 8363. SMATHERS MOTION TO TABLE MOTION TO RECONSIDER VOTE ON PROUTY AMEND.HR83631Yea vote
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s88v245HR. 8363. ANDERSON MOTION TO TABLE GORE AMEND. TO RAISE THE EXISTING $600 PERSONAL EXEMPTION TO $800.HR83631Yea vote
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s88v246HR. 8363. MORTON-DIRKSEN AMEND. SUBSTITUTING FOR A SECTION OF HR 8363 THAT REPEALED THE 4% DIVIDENT CREDIT, LANGUAGE RETAINING THE CREDIT BUT LIMITING THE AMOUNT THAT COULD BE CLAIMED TO $300.HR83636Nay vote
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s88v247HR. 8363. DOUGLAS AMEND. TO INCREASE THE MINIMUM STANDARD DEDUCTION FOR EACH TAXPAYER & HIS DEPENDENT TO $100 & REDUCE THE CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATE TO 50%.HR83636Nay vote
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s88v248HR. 8363. MORTON-DIRKSEN AMEND. TO REMOVE THE 10% FED. EXCISE TAX ON JEWELRY & FURS - ON THE FIRS $100 -- AND REPEAL FIT ENTIRELY FOR COSMETICS, LUGGAGE & HANDBAGS.HR83636Nay vote
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s88v252HR. 8363. HICKENLOOPER AMEND. TO REMOVE THE 10% FED. EXCISE TAX ON MECHANICAL PENS AND PENCILS.HR83636Nay vote
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s88v255HR. 8363. JAVITS AMEND. TO REMOVE THE 10* FED. EXCISE TAX ON TICKETS TO LIVE THEATER PERFORMANCES.HR83636Nay vote
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s88v258HR. 8363. KEATING AMEND. TO REMOVE THE 10% FED. EXCISE TAX ON THE FIRST $50 PAID FOR PURSES & HADBAGS.HR83636Nay vote
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s88v261HR. 8363. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO REDUCE THE 10% FEDERAL CABERET EXCISE TAX TO 3%.HR83636Nay vote
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s88v263HR. 8363. MCCLELLAN AMEDN. TO REQUIRE THAT IF THE ADMINISTRATIVE BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE FED. GOV'T. EXCEED $100 BILLION IN ANY FISCAL YEAR, PERSONAL & CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATES FOR THE FOLLOWING YEAR WILL INCREASE TO THE LEVELS THAT WERE EHR83636Nay vote
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s88v264HR. 8363. PASSAGE.HR83631Yea vote
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s88v265EX. S, 88TH CONG., 1ST SESS, PROTOCOL REVISING INTERNATIONAL RADIO REGULATIONS TO ALLOCATE FREQUENCY BANDS FOR SPACE RADIO COMMUNICATION, EX. F, TO MAINTAIN CERTAIN LIGHTS IN THE RED SEA, EX. C, STRENGTHENING THE 1954 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FSRE1Yea vote
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s88v266EXEC. A, 86TH CONG., 2ND SESS. AGREEMENT W/AUSTRIA, PROVIDING FOR RETURN OF AUSTRIAN PROPERTY IN THE U.S. WHICH WAS SEIZED DURING WW. II.SRE1Yea vote
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s88v267HR. 8363. CONFERENCE REPORT ON THE REVENUE ACT OF 1964HR83631Yea vote
Req 880488
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s88v269HR. 9637. AUTHORIZE $17,040,000 FOR PROCUREMENT OF AIRCRAFT MISSILES & SHIPS FOR THE MILITARY SERVICES. MCGOVERN AMEND. TO DELETE $52 MILLION AUTHORIZED FOR DEVELOPMENT OF AN ADVANCED BOMER TO REPLACE CURRENT BOMERS IN THE 1970'S.HR96371Yea vote
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s88v270HR. 9637. PASSAGE.HR96371Yea vote
PL 88-288
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s88v272HR. 6196. TOWER AMEND. TO PROVIDE A SINGLE PRICE SUPPORT FOR COTTON, EQUAL TO A 3 YEAR AVERAGE OF THE WORLD PRICE, & TO AUTHORIZE THE SEC. OF AG. TO PAY GROWERS INCOME-ENHANCING PAYMENTS WHICH WOULD BE GRADUALLY REDUCED TO ZERO BY 1970.HR61966Nay vote
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s88v273HR. 6196. ELLENDER AMEND. TO PERMIT THE MILL SUBSIDY ON COTTON TO BE AS HIGH AS 10 CENTS A POUND BUT TO MAKE THE SUBSIDY PAYABLE ONLY ON COTTON USED IN EXCESS OF THE AMOUNT USED IN 1963.HR61966Nay vote
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s88v274HR. 6196. ELLENDER AMEND. TO STRIKE OUT THE COTTON ''EXPORT MARKET ACREAGE'' PROVISIONS, WHICH PERMITTED FARMERS TO OVERPLANT THEIR COTTON ALLOTMENTS IF THEY AGREED TO SELL THE EXTRA COTTON AT THE LOW WORLD PRICE.HR61966Nay vote
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s88v277HR. 6196. HRUSKA AMEND. IMPOSING IMPORT QUOTAS ON FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN BEEF VEAL, MUTTON AND LAMB AT A LEVEL EQUAL TO THE AVERAGE IMPORTS OF THE PRODUCTS FROM 1959-1962, AND GIVING THE PRES. DISCRETION TO INCREASE THE QUOTA AT A RATE EQUAL HR61966Nay vote
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s88v278HR. 6196. HUMPHREY MOTION TO TABLE (PREVENT RECONSIDERATION OF) THE HURSKA AMEND. ABOVE.HR61961Yea vote
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s88v283HR. 6196. MILLER AMEND. TO REQUIRE ALL IMPORTED MEAT, POULTRY, FISH & LUMBER TO BEAR LABELING STATING THAT THE PRODUCT WAS IMPORTED, AND TO REQUIRE ANY ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE PRODUCT TO CONTAIN A SIMILAR STATEMENT.HR61966Nay vote
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s88v284HR. 6196. TOWER AMEND. TO PROHIBIT THE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OR ANY OTHER U.S. AGENCY FROM EXTENDING OR GUARANTEEING CREDIT TO ANY COMMUNIST NATION FOR THE PURCHASE OF U.S. AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES, AND TO REQUIRE THAT AT LEAST 50% OF ANY U.S. AGRHR61966Nay vote
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s88v285HR. 6196. MILLER AMEND. TO REQUIRE A REFERENDUM W/IN 30 DAYS TO DETERMINE WHETHER FARMERS PREFERRED THE VOLUNTARY WHEAT ''CERTIFICATE'' PROGRAM PROVIDED IN H.R. 6196, OR THE WHEAT PROGRAM PROVIDED BY EXISTING LAW.HR61966Nay vote
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s88v286HR. 6196. TOWER AMEND TO DELETE ALL WHEAT PROVISIONS FROM THE BILL.HR61966Nay vote
Req 880347-48
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s88v287HR. 6196. PASSAGE.HR61961Yea vote
Req 880345-48
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s88v288HR. 7152. CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964. MANSFIELD MOTION THAT THE SENATE TAKE UP THE BILL.HR71521Yea vote
Req 880468
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s88v289HR. 7152. MANSFIELD MOTION TO TABLE MORSE MOTION TO REFER BILL TO THE JUDICIARY COMM. W/INSTRUCTIONS THAT IT BE REPORTED BACK APRIL 8.HR71521Yea vote
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s88v291HR. 7152. MORTON AMEND. TO REQUIRE A JURY TRIAL IN ANY CRIMINAL CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS ARISING UNDER THE BILL.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v292HR. 7152. DIRKSEN MOTION TO TABLE MANSFIELD MOTION TO RECONSIDER VOTE ON MORTON AMEND.HR71521Yea vote
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s88v293HR. 7152. MANSFIELD MOTION TO RECONSIDER VOTE ON MORTON AMEND.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v294HR. 7152. SECOND VOTE ON THE MORTON AMEND.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v295HR. 7152. COOPER AMEND. TO REQUIRE A JURY TRIAL IN CRIMINAL CONTEMPT CASES ARISING UNDER TITLES COVERING PUBLIC ACCOMODATIONS, GOV'T ENTRY IN CIVIL RIGHTS CASES, W/DRAWAL OF FEDERAL FUNDS & FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES & ALLOWING THE JUDGE DISCRETHR71526Nay vote
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s88v298HR. 7152. MORTON AMEND. TO ENTITLE A DEFENDATNT TO DEMAND A TRIAL BY JURY ON A CRIMINAL CONTEMPT CHARGE ARISING UNDER ANY SECTION OF THE ACT EXCEPT TITLE I, COVERING VOTING RIGHTS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v299HR. 7152. HICKENLOOPER AMEND. TO DELETE FROM TITLE IV, COVERING DESEGREGATION OF SCHOOLS, THE AUTHORIZATION OF FED. FUNDS TO AID COLLEGES IN OPERATING PROGRAMS TO TRAIN SCHOOL PERSONNEL TO HANDLE DESEGREGATION PROBLEMS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v300HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE TITLE VII, THE FAIR EMPLOYMENT SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v301HR. 7152. COTTON AMEND. TO EXEMPT SMALL BUSINESSES FROM THE FAIR EMPLOYMENT SECTION BY COVERING ONLY EMPLOYERS OF 100 OR MORE PERSONS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v302HR. 7152. MANSFIELD DIRKSEN MOTION THAT THE SENATE INVOKE CLOTURE ON THE SOUTHERN FILIBUSTER.HR71521Yea vote
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s88v303HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO GUARANTEE THAT NO ONE WOULD BE SUBJECT TO BOTH CRIMINAL PROSECUTION & CRIMINAL CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS FOR THE SAME ACT OR OMISSION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v304HR. 7152. RUSSELL AMEND. TO POSTPONE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PUBLIC-ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION UNTIL NOV. 15, 1965.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v305HR. 7152. GORE AMEND. TO DELETE TITLE VI, COVERING W/DRAWL OF FEDERAL FUNDS FROM AREAS WHERE THE PROGRAMS ARE ADMINIS- TERED IN A DISCRIMINATORY FASHION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v307HR. 7152. COOPER AMEND. TO RAISE THE NUMBER OF ROOMS AN OWNER-OCCUPIED DWELLING FOR TRANSIENT GUESTS MUST HAVE THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION FROM FIVE TO TEN.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v309HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENTS W/STATES THAT THEIR LITERACY TESTS ARE ADMINISTERED W/OUT DISCIMINATION & NEED NOT BE GIVEN IN WRITING.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v310HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE THE AUTHORITY FOR THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO INTERVENE IN PENDING CIVIL RIGHTS SUITS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v311HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE THE PROVISION PROVIDING FOR APPEAL FROM A DECISION OF A DISTRICT COURT REMANDING A CASE TO STATE COURTS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v312HR. 7152. LONG (LA.) AMEND. TO FORBID THE FED. GOV'T. FROM INTERFERING IN THE SALE, LEASE OR RENT OF PRIVATE HOUSINGHR71526Nay vote
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s88v313HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO OVERTURN ALL LAWS, RULINGS & REGULATIONS INCONSISTENT W/THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY, TO PRIVATE PROPERTY, TO SEEL PROPERTY TO WHOM ONE CHOOSES AND TO SELECT ONE'S TENANTS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v314HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO PREVENT ANYONE FROM HAVING TO TENDER ANY SERVICES TO ANYONE HE DOES NOT WISH TO UNDER THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION, IN LINE W/THE 13TH AMEND.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v315HR. 7152. SMATHERS AMEND. TO BRING DISCRIMINATION BECAUSE OF AGE UNDER THE SECTION OUTLAWING CERTAIN EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v316HR. 7152. TOWER AMEND. TO PERMIT EMPLOYERS TO GIVE ABILITY TESTS TO THOSE SEEKING EMPLOYMENT OR PROMOTIONS, IF THEY ARE GIVEN W/OUT DISCRIMINATIONHR71526Nay vote
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s88v317HR. 7152. MCCLELLAN AMEND. TO RAISE THE NUMBER OF MEMBERS OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMM. FROM 6 TO 10, ONE FROM EACH JUDICIAL CRICUIT.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v318HR. 7152. STENNIS AMEND. TO MAKE IT A FEDERAL OFFENSE TO CROSS STATE LINES OR SEND SOMEONE ACROSS STATE LINES IN ORDER TO VIOLATE A STATE LAW.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v319HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE LANGUAGE STATING THAT A SIXTH-GRADE EDUCATION MUST BE IN ENGLISH IN ORDER TO BE A REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION OF LITERACY, THUS ALLOWING PUERTO RICANS IN THE U.S., WHO ARE LITERATE IN SPANISH BUT NOT IN ENGLISH, THR71526Nay vote
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s88v320HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE ALL AUTHORITY TO SUE TO ENFORCE THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v321HR. 7152. TOWER AMEND. TO VOID UNION SHOPS WHERE UNIONS HAVE BEEN FOUND TO DISCRIMINATE.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v322HR. 7152. TOWER AMEND. TO MAKE THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT SECTION THE SOLE MEANS BY WHICH THE GOV'T. MAY SEEK TO ENFORCE FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v323HR. 7152. RUSSELL AMEND. TO DELAY ENACTMENT OF THE BILL UN- TIL IT HAD BEEN APPROVED IN A NATIONAL REFERENDUM IN THE NOV. 1964 ELECTIONS, & THE RESULTS TABULATED & REPORTED TO THE PRES. JAN 10, 1965.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v324HR. 7152. SPARKMAN AMEND. TO EXEMPT FROM THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION ALL RESTAURANTS, LUNCH COUNTERS & SODA FOUNTAINS LOCATED IN THE OPERATOR'S HOME.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v325H.R. 7152. SPARKMAN AMEND. TO STIPULATE IN THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION THAT PERSONS MAY TAKE LAWFUL ACTION TO PROTECT THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OR THEIR RIGHTS UNDER FEDERAL OR STATE LAW.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v326H.R. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO EXEMPT FROM THE COVERAGE OF THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION THOSE HOTELS, MOTELS, ETC. WHICH TAKE ONLY GUESTS FROM WITHIN THE STATE.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v327H.R. 7152. STENNIS AMEND. TO AUTHORIZE THE COURT TO APPOINT COUNSEL AND PAY COUNSEL FEES FOR ANYONE WHOM THE ATTORNEY GEN. SUES OR INTERVENES AGAINST UNDER THE ACT.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v328H.R. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO REMOVE FROM THE COVERAGE OF THE PUBLIC ACCOMODATIONS SECTION AN ESTABLISHMENT WHICH WOULD NOT ORDINARILY BE COVERED, BUT COMES UNDER THE SECTION BECAUSE IT IS WITHIN OR CONTAINS A COVERED ESTABLISHMENT.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v329H.R. 7152. JOHNSTON AMEND. TO EXEMPT CHILD WELFARE AGENCIES, FOSTER AND ADOPTION SERVICES FROM THE COVERAGE OF TITLE VI, PROVIDING FOR CUT-OFF OF FEDERAL FUNDS IF ADMINISTERED DISCRIMINATORILY.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v330H.R. 7152. TOWER AMEND. TO REQUIRE THAT MEMBERS AND STAFF OF THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMM. IDENTIFY THEMSELVES IN ALL OF THEIR DEALINGS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v331H.R. 7152. HILL AMEND. TO EXEMPT FROM THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION CHURCHES, CEMETERIES, OR FRATERNAL OR OTHER ORGANIZATIONS WHOSE MEMBERSHIP IS SELECTIVE.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v332H.R. 7152. HILL AMEND TO REQUIRE THAT HEARINGS UNDER TITLE VI, PROVIDING FOR CUTOFF OF FEDERAL FUNDS, BE CARRIED OUT UNDER PROCEEDINGS SET OUT BY THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v333H.R. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE TITLE I, COVERING VOTING RIGHTS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v334H.R. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE FROM TITLE I ALL OF THE PROVISIONS PRESCRIBING HOW LITERACY TESTS ARE TO BE CONDUCTED.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v335HR. 7152. JOHNSTON AMEND. TO PROVIDE THAT WHERE THREE- JUDGE COURTS MAY BE REQUESTED BY THE ATTORNEY GEN., ONE OF THE JURISTS MUST BE THE DISTRICT JUDGE BEFORE WHOM THE PROCEEDINGS WERE COMMENCED.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v336HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO REMOVE THE PROVISION THAT A SIXTH-GRADE EDUCATION IS A REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION OF LITERACY.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v338HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE PROVISIONS ALLOWING THE ATTORNEY GEN. TO REQUEST A THREE-JUDGE COURT & REQUIRING THAT THE COURTS EXPEDITE SUITS UNDER TITLE I, COVERING VOTING RIGHTS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v339HR. 7152. BYRD (W. VA.) AMEND. TO DELETE ALL OF TITLE II, COVERING PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v340HR. 7152. RUSSELL AMEND. TO REMOVE THE SECTIONS STATING THAT THE BILL IS NOT TO BE USED TO OVERCOME RACIAL IMBALANCES, OR TO PROVIDE GROUNDS FOR COURTS OR OFFICIALS TO ORDER THE BUSSING OF STUDENTS FROM ONE DIS- TRICT TO ANOTHER TO END DE FACTOHR71526Nay vote
Req 880468
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s88v341HR. 7152. MCCLELLAN AMEND. TO PERMIT SOMEONE TO HIRE (OR REFUSE TO HIRE) A PERSON OF A PARTICULAR RACE, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, COLOR OR SEX IF THIS WOULD BE BENEFICIAL TO THE NORMAL OPERATION OR GOOD WILL OF THE ESTABLISHMENT.HR71526Nay vote
Req 880468
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s88v342HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO REQUIRE A COURT FINDING, AFTER HEARING BOTH PARTIES, THAT AN AGGRIEVED PERSON IS UNABLE TO BRING SUIT TO DESEGREGATE PUBLIC FACILITIES OR SCHOOLS BEFORE THE ATTORNEY GEN. MAY FILE A SUIT ON HIS BEHALF.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v343HR. 7152. JOHNSTON AMEND. TO DELETE ALL OF TITLE I EXCEPT THE PROVISION FOR THREE-JUDGE COURTS.HR71526Nay vote
Req 880468
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s88v344HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO LIMIT THE COVERAGE OF THE THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION TO THOSE RESTAURANTS & GAS STATIONS SERVING INTERSTATE TRAVELERS, AND NOT BRING THEM UNDER COVERAGE BECAUSE A SUBSTANTIAL PORTION OF THE FOOD AND GAS HAS MHR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v345HR. 7152. SMATHERS AMEND. TO EXEMPT ALL BARBER SHOPS & BEAUTY SHOPS FROM THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v346HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S AUTHORITY TO INIATE SUITS AGAINST PATTERNS OR PRACTICES OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTIONS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v347HR. 7152. HILL AMEND. TO EXEMPT ESTABLISHMENTS W/FIVE OR LESS EMPLOYEES FROM COVERAGE UNDER PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v348H.R. 7152. HILL AMEND. TO EXEMPT ESTABLISHMENTS WITH FIVE OR LESS EMPLOYEES FROM COVERAGE UNDER PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v349HR. 7152. MCCLELLAN AMEND. TO ADD LANGUAGE TO EQUAL EMPLOYMENT SECTION STATING THAT THE JOB HAD TO HAVE BEEN DENIED ''SOLELY'' BECAUSE OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR SEX TO BE AN UNLAWFUL PRACTICE.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v350HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO LIST A NUMBER OF GOV'T INSURANCE PROGRAMS WHICH WOULD NOT BE COVERED UNDER TITLE VI, AND ALSO TO EXCLUDE PRICE SUPPORT AND MARKETING AID TO FARMERS.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v351HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO ALLOW A COURT TO APPOINT AN ATTORNEY FOR THE DEFENDANT, AS WELL AS FOR THE PLAINTIFF, IN A CASE UNDER THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v352HR. 7152. LONG (LA.) AMEND. TO EXEMPT PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT LOCATED IN PRIVATE RESIDENCES FROM THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v353HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO ADD DISCRIMINATION ON THE GROUNDS OF RELIGION AS A BASIS FOR CUTTING OFF FEDERAL FUNDS UNDER TITLE VI.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v354HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO PERMIT A TAXPAYER'S SUIT SEEKING A COURT JUDGMENT THAT AID TO PROVIDE COLLEGES IS A VIOLATION OF THE 1ST AND 5TH AMENDMENTS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v355HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO PROVIDE FOR TAXPAYERS'S SUITS A- GAINST FEDERAL AID TO PRIVATE SCHOOLS UNDER CERTAIN SPECIFIED FEDERAL PROGRAMS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v356HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE FROM THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION THE PROVISION ALLOWING THE COURTS TO PAY THE ATTORNEY'S FEE OF THE PREVAILING PARTY.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v357HR. 7152. BYRD (W. VA.) AMEND. TO DELETE ALL OF TITLE IX, PROVIDING FOR REVIEW OF DISTRICT COURT ORDERS RETURNING A CASE TO STATE COURTS, AND AUTHORIZING THE ATTY. GEN. TO INTERVENE IN ANY PENDING 14TH AMEND. CASE.HR71526Nay vote
Req 880468
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s88v358HR. 7152. SPARKMAN AMEND. TO EXEMPT FROM THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION CHURCHES, SEMINARIES, CEMETERIES, PRIVATE HOSPITALS, CLINICS, ALL DOCTORS, INCLUDING PSYCHIATRISTS AND PRACTIONERS OF OTHER ''HEALING ARTS,'' AND LEGAL OR OTHER PROFESSIHR71526Nay vote
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s88v359HR. 7152. LONG (LA.) AMEND. TO INSERT THE WORD ''WILLFULLY'' IN THE PROHIBITION AGAINST PERSONS DISCRIMINATING IN OFFERING ACCOMMODATIONS TO THE PUBLIC.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v360HR. 7152. STENNIS AMEND. THAT WHEN THE ATTY. GEN. INTER- VENES IN PENDING 14TH AMEND. SUITS AGINST STATE OR LOCAL OFFICIALS, THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL MAY INTERVENE ON THE OTHER SIDE.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v361HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO PROHIBIT A DISTRICT COURT FROM HEARING A SUIT BY AN INDIVIDUAL UNDER THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION UNTIL THE INDIVIDUAL HAD EXHAUSTED ALL ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v362HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO REQUIRE THAT BEFORE THE ATTY. GEN. MAY INTERVENE IN A PENDING 14TH AMEND. CASE, THE COURT MUST FIND THAT ''THE ENDS OF JUSTICE REQUIRE THAT INTERVENTION.''HR71526Nay vote
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s88v363HR. 7152. MCCLELLAN AMEND. TO BAR THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMM. FROM W/HOLDING ANY TESTIMONY OR EVIDENCE FROM ANY COURT OR CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v364HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE THE PROVISIONS OF TITLE II WHICH FORBID DISCRIMINATION IN PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS.HR71526Nay vote
Req 880468
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s88v365HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO PERMIT ENFORCEMENT OF STATE OR LOCAL TRESPASS LAWS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v366HR. 7152. FOUR AMENDS. BY ERVIN MAKING MINOR LANGUAGE CHANGES IN THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v367HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO INCLUDE DISCRIMINATION ON ACCOUNT OF SEX IN PUBLIC FACILITIES AS GROUNDS FOR GOV'T SUITS.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v368HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE FROM TITLE IV THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S AUTHORITY TO FILE SUITS TO DESEGRATE SCHOOLS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v369H.R. 7152. EASTLAND MOTION THAT THE SENATE ADJOURN.PROC6Nay vote
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s88v370HR. 7152. LONG (LA.) AMEND. TO EXEMPT FROM THE COVERAGE OF THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION THESE ESTABLISHMENTS WHICH DO NOT HAVE A SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT OF PATRONAGE FROM INTERSTATE TRAVELERS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v371HR. 7152. LONG (LA.) AMEND. TO REQUIRE THAT ESTABLISHMENT MUST REGULARLY BE IN BUSINESS FOR PROFIT TO COME UNDER THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v372HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE FROM THE COVERAGE OF THE SECTION AUTHORIZING THE ATTY. GEN. TO FILE SCHOOL DESEGREGATION SUITS, SCHOOLS ON FEDERAL PROPERTY OR THOSE OPERATED THROUGH USE OF FEDERAL FUNDS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v373HR. 7152. LONG (LA.) AMEND. TO THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION TO STIPULATE THAT INDIVIDUALS MAY BRING SUIT ONLY ''UPON SHOWING OF GOOD CAUSE'' AND THAT THE ATTY. GEN. MAY INTERVENE ONLY IF IT WOULD MATERIALLY FURTHER THE PURPOSES OF THE SECTHR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v374HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE AUTHORITY FOR THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMM. TO INVESTIGATE VOTE FRAUDS.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v375HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO STIPULATE THAT CIVIL RIGHTS COMM. EMPLOYEES MAY DIVULGE INFORMATION TO CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v376HR. 7152. LONG (LA.) AMEND. TO MAKE A TECHNICAL LANGUAGE CHANGE IN THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v377HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO REQUIRE THAT REGULATIONS TO BE ISSUED BY GOV'T AGENCIES UNDER THE PROVISION FOR CUTIING OFF DISCRIMINATORILY ADMINISTERED FEDERAL FUNDS BE APPROVED BY CONGRESS INSTEAD OF THE PRESIDENT.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v378HR. 7152. LONG (LA.) AMEND. TO PROHIBIT THE ATTY. GEN. FROM INTERVENING IN A SUIT TO DESEGREGATE A PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION BROUGHT BY A PRIVATE PERSON UNTIL HE HAS CONDUCTED AN INVESTIGATION AND REPORTED TO STATE AUTHORITIES.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v379HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE TITLE X, EXTABLISHING A COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v380HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO REQUIRE THE W/HOLDING OF FEDERAL FUNDS FROM SCHOOL DISTRICTS WHICH HAVE DESEGREGATED, BUT HAVE NOT OVERCOME RACIAL IMABLANCES BY BUSSING OR OTHER METHODS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v381HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO TITLE VI, REQUIRING A CUT-OFF OF FEDERAL FUNDS FROM PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED IN A DISCRIMINATORY MANNER, TO CHANGE THE METHOD OF ENFORCEMENT FROM EXECUTION ACTION TO COURT SUITS BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v382HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND., SAME AS RC 152, ABOVE, EXCEPT THAT THIS VERSION DID NOT CONTAIN PROVISION FOR A JURY TRIAL.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v383HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE A PERSON IS NOT A MEMBER OF A LABOR UNION.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v384HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO CHANGE THE WORDING OF THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT SECTION TO COVERAGE OF INDUSTRIES ''ENGAGED'' IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE,'' INSTEAD OF INDUSTRIES ''AFFECTING'' INTERSTATE COMMERCE.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v385HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO ALLOW THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES COMMISSION, RATHER THAN THE PRESIDENT, TO SELECT THE EEOC'S CHAIRMAN AND VICE CHAIRMAN.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v386HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO MAKE THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES SECTION ENFORCEABLE BY CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS INSTEAD OF CIVIL ACTIONS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v387HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE AUTHORITY FOR THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES COMM. TO REFER MATTERS TO THE ATTY. GEN. FOR CIVIL ACTION OR INTERVENTION IN PRIVATE CIVIL SUITS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v388HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE AUTHORITY FOR ONE MEMBER OF THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES COMM. TO FILE A CHARGE OF DISCRIMINATION AND INITIATE AN INVESTIGATION.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v389HR. 7152. THREE AMENDMENTS BY ERVIN TO TITLE VI, AUTHORIZING A CUT-OFF OF FEDERAL FUNDS WHERE THE PROGRAMS ARE ADMINISTERED DISCRIMINATORILY: DELAY THE CUT-OFF OF FEDERAL FUNDS WHERE THE PROGRAMS ARE ADMINI- STERED DISCRIMINATORILY: DELAY THE CHR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v390HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO MAKE CLEAR THAT AN EMPLOYEE OF THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES COMM. MAY DIVULGE INFORMATION TO CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v391HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE AUTHORITY FOR THE COURT TO APPOINT AN ATTORNEY FOR A COMPLAINANT IN A PRIVATE CIVIL SUIT BROUGHT UNDER THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v392HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE AUTHORITY FOR THE ATTY. GEN. TO INTERVENE IN PRIVATE CIVIL SUITS BROUGHT UNDER THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v393HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT LIMITS ON COURT INJUNCTIONS AGAINST LABOR UNIONS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v394HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO REQUIRE THE ATTY. GEN. TO SHOW SUBSTANTIAL CASUSE FOR INTERVENTION IN CASES UNDER THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v395HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO REQUIRE THAT AN ATTORNEY APPOINTED BY THE COURT TO ARGUE A CASE IN BEHALF OF A COMPLAINANT UNDER THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS OR EQUAL EMPLOYMENT SECTIONS HAS TO AGREE TO TAKE THE CASE.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v396HR. 7152. ERVIN AMEND. TO DELETE THE PROVISIONS OF THE PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS SECTION WHICH AUTHORIZED THE COURT TO PAY THE ATTORNEY'S FEE OF THE PREVAILING PARTY, OTHER THAN THE U.S. GOV'T.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v397H.R. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO STIPULATE THAT THE FAILURE OF EMPLOYERS, UNIONS AND EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES TO POST NOTICES OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT SECTION SHALL CONSTITUTE ONLY ONE OFFENSE UNTIL THEY ARE GIVEN NOTICE IN WRITING OF HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v398HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE TITLE VIII, PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION OF REGISTRATION AND VOTING STATISTICS BY RACE IN THE NATIONAL CENSUS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v399HR. 7152. JOHNSTON AMEND. TO DELETE THE AUTHORITY FOR THE ATTY. GEN. TO REQUEST THREE-JUDGE FEDERAL COURTS TO HEAR CERTAIN KINDS OF VOTING RIGHTS SUITS.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v400HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE THE AUTHORITY FOR THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMM. TO RECOMMEND AREAS WHERE THE CENSUS BUREAU SHOULD GATHER VOTING STATISTICS BY RACE, PENDING THE 1970 CENSUS.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v401HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO REQUIRE THAT BEFORE THE ATTY. GEN. MAY INTERVENE IN A PENDING CIVIL RIGHTS CASE (UNDER TITLE IX), THE COURT MUST DETERMINE THAT THE CASE IS OF GENERAL PUBLIC IMPORTANCE.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v402HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. PROHIBITING CLASS SUITS UNDER THE TITLE AUTHORIZING THE ATTY. GEN. TO INTERVENE IN PENDING CIVIL RIGHTS CASES, & REQUIRING THAT ANY COURT ORDER AS A RESULT OF SUCH SUITS BE LIMITED TO THE INDIVID- UALS INVOLVED.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v403HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO STIPULATE THAT EMPLOYEES OF THE COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE MAY GIVE INFORMATION TO CONGRESS.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v404HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO LIMIT THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES OF THE COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE TO 10.HR71526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s88v405HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO DELETE THE AUTHORITY FOR THE COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE TO WORK ON PROBELEMS WHICH ''MAY'' AFFECT INTERSTATE COMMERCE.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v406HR. 7152. THURMOND AMEND. TO LEAVE THE DECISION AS TO WHETHER THE COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE WILL INTERVENE IN A PROBLEM SOLELY UP TO THE COMMUNITY INVOLVED.HR71526Nay vote
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s88v407HR. 7152. ADOPTION OF THE AMENDED MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR THE HOUSE-PASSED BILL.HR71521Yea vote
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s88v408HR. 7152. GORE MOTION TO RECOMMIT TO THE JUDICIARY COMM. W/INSTRUCTIONS THAT IT REPORT IT BACK ''FORTHWITH'' W/THE AMEND. STATING THAT FEDERAL FUNDS SHOULD NOT BE W/DRAWN FROM ANY SCHOOL DISTRICT UNLESS THAT DISTRICT HAD DISOBEYED A COURT ORDERHR71526Nay vote
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s88v409HR. 7152. PASSAGE.HR71521Yea vote
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s88v411EXECS A AND B, 88TH CONG., 2ND SESS. EXEC A REVISED THE 1950 ESTATE TAX CONVENTION BETWEN THE U.S. AND GREECE. EXEC B BROUGHT HARP & HOOD SEALS UNDER CONSERVATION PROVISIONS OF THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC FISHERIES CONVENTION OF 1949.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty
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s88v413HR. 10532. APPROXIMATE $6,240,423,000 FOR THE TREASURY & POST OFFICE DEPTS, THE EX. OFFICE OF THE PRES. AND THREE INDEPENDENT AGENCIES. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO INCREASE FUNDS FOR THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE BY $7.7 MILLION & FOR THE CUSTOMS BUREAU HR105321Yea vote
voteview/CQ=yea supports president
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s88v414HR. 10456. AUTHORIZE $5,246,293,250 FOR NASA. BY FULBRIGHT AMEND. TO REDUCE THE TOTAL BY $267,750,000 BY CUTTING PROJECT APOLLO BY 10%.HR104566Nay vote
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s88v415HR. 10456. PASSAGE.HR104561Yea vote
PL 88-369
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s88v416HR. 11376. EXTEND THROUGH JUNE 30, 1965, $1.9 BILLION IN EXISTING EXCISE TAXES ON CERTAIN GOODS & SERVICES. KEATING AMEND. TO EXEMPT HANDBAGS FROM MANUFACTURERS' EXCISE TAX.HR113766Nay vote
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s88v417HR. 11376. PASTORS-KEATING AMEND. TO REPEAL EXCISE TAX ON THE TOTAL COST OF LUGGAGE, HANDBAGS, COSMETICS & PERFUME AND ON THE FIRST $100 OF THE COST OF JEWELRY & FURS.HR113766Nay vote
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s88v418HR. 11376. JAVITS AMEND. TO EXEMPT LIVE DRAMATIC 3 MUSICAL PERFORMANCES FROM TAX ON ADMISSIONS.HR113766Nay vote
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s88v419HR. 11376. SMATHERS AMEND. TO REDUCE THE EXCISE TAX ON GENERAL TELEPHONE SERVICE FROM 10 TO 5 PERCENT.HR113766Nay vote
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s88v420HR. 11376. LAUSCHE AMEND. TO REPEAL THE EXCISE TAX ON TIRES & TUBES.HR113766Nay vote
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s88v421HR. 11376. PASSAGE.HR113761Yea vote
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s88v422HR. 11375. INCREASE THE TEMPORARY NATIONAL DEBT LIMIT TO $324 BILLION THROUGH JUNE 30, 1965. PASSAGE.HR113751Yea vote
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s88v423HR. 10300. AUTHORIZE $1,521,832,000 FOR CONSTRUCTION AT MILITARY INSTALLATIONS IN THE U.S. AND ABROAD, FOR CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE & DEBT PAYMENT OF MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING, & TO INCREASE AUTHORIZATIONS MAD IN PREVIOUS YEARS. PASSAGE.HR103001Yea vote
PL 88-390
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s88v424HR. 10314. EXTEND FOR FOUR YEARS THREE EXPIRING CIVIL DEFENSE PROGRAMS WHICH (1) PROVIDED STATE W/HALF THE ADMINISTRATIVE & PERSONNEL COSTS OF STATE & LOCAL CIVIL DEFENSE ACTIVITIES, (2) PAID UP TO 50% OF THE TRAVEL & PER DIEM LIVING EXPENSES OHR103141Yea vote
PL 88-335
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s88v425H.R. 11376. EXTEND $1.9 BILLION IN EXISTING EXCISE TAXES ON CERTAIN GOODS AND SERVICES. ADOPTION OF CONFERENCE REPORT.HR113761Yea vote
Req 880489-90
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s88v427S. 6. PASSAGE.S61Yea vote
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s88v428HR. 11049. RAISE THE SALARIES OF APPROX. 1.7 MILLION FEDERAL CAREER EMPLOYEES & OF FEDERAL EXECUTIVES, JUDGES & MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. PROUTY SUBSTITUTE FOR PENDING PROXMIRE AMEND. (BELOW) TO DELETE THE SECTION OF TITLE II RAISING THE SALARIES OFHR110496Nay vote
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s88v429HR. 11049. MILLER AMEND. TO PENDING PROXMIRE AMEND (BELOW) TO DELETE TITLE III, RAISING SALARIES OF FEDERAL EXECUTIVES, AND TITLE IV, RAISING SALARIES OF JUDICIAL EM- PLOYEES & FEDERAL JUDGES, AS WELL AS TITLE II.HR110496Nay vote
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s88v430HR. 11049. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO DELETE TITLE II, RAISING SALARIES OF LEGISLATIVE EMPLOYEES & MEMBERS OF CONGRESS.HR110496Nay vote
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s88v433HR. 11049. ELLENDER AMEND. TO REDUCE LEGISLATIVE EMPLOYEES' PAY INCREASES PROVIDING AN ACROSS-THE-BOARD 6% INCREASE, ACROSS-THE-BOARD 6% INCREASE, AND MAKE SELECTIVE REDUCTIONS IN INCREASES FOR SENATE OFFICERS.HR110496Nay vote
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s88v436HR. 11049. ALLOTT AMEND. TO PROVIDE SUPREME COURT SALARY INCREASES OF $2,500 FOR THE CHIEF JUSTICE & FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.HR110496Nay vote
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s88v438HR. 11049. PASSAGE.HR110491Yea vote
Req 880471-73
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s88v441CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF FORMER FLORIDA GOV. LEROY COLLINS TO HEAD THE COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE.SRE1Yea vote
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s88v442HR. 82. AMEND THE MERCHANT MARINE ACT OF 1936 TO REQUIRE REIMBURSEMENT TO, OR REPAYMENT BY, SHIPPING LINES WHICH INCUR EXTRA EXPENSES, OR REALIZE SAVINGS, WHEN SHIP CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS ARE AWARDED TO SHIPBUILDING FIRMS OTHER THAN THE LOWEST HR821Yea vote
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s88v448S. 2642. LAUSCHE AMEND. ELIMINATING THE FARM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION SECTION FROM THE BILL.S26426Nay vote
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s88v450S. 2642. PROUTY AMEND. ELIMINATING THE AUTHORITY FOR YOUTH CONSERVATION CAMPS.S26426Nay vote
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s88v451S. 2642. LAUSCHE AMEND. CUTTING THE AUTHORIZATION FOR TITLE I FROM $412.5 MILLION TO 312.5 MILLION.S26426Nay vote
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s88v452S. 2642. PASSAGE.S26421Yea vote
Req 880441-51, 880453-56, 880458
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s88v461HR. 1839. IMPOSE QUARTERLY QUOTAS ON THE AMOUNT OF BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON & LAMB THAT COULD BE IMPORTED INTO THE U.S. AFTER 1964. JAVITS MOTION TO RECOMMIT TO FINANCE COMM. FOR FURTHER STUDY.HR18391Yea vote
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s88v462HR. 1839. PASSAGE.HR18396Nay vote
CQ=nay (verified), but Public law per Congressional Bills Project data (no veto)
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s88v464EXECUTIVES A, P, & Q, 88TH CONG., 1ST SESS, EXECUTIVE K, 86TH CONG., 2ND SESS., EXEC.G, 87TH CONG., 2ND SESS. AGREEMENTS W/LUXEMBOURG, THE NETHERLANDS, SWEDEN, & JAPAN TO AVOID DOUBLE TAXATION OF INCOME. RATIFICATION.SRE1Yea vote
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s88v465HR. 10939. APPROPRIATE $468774,401,000 FOR THE DEFENSE DEPT. MCGOVERN AMEND. TO REDUCE ALL APPROPRIATIONS BY 4%.HR109396Nay vote
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s88v466HR. 10939. NELSON AMEND. TO REDUCE EACH APPROPRIATION BY 2%.HR109396Nay vote
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s88v468HR. 10939. PASSAGE.HR109391Yea vote
PL 88-446
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s88v469HR. 8864. ENABLE THE U.S. TO CARRY OUT ITS OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE INTERNATIONAL COFFEE AGREEMENT OF 1962 UNTIL OCT. 1, 1965.HR88641Yea vote
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s88v471HR. 10199. APPROPRIATE $342,181,975 FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. RIBICOFF AMEND. TO PROVIDE $339,425 TO PERMIT D.C. ENTRY INTO THE FEDERAL PROGRAM OF AID TO WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN OF UNEMPLOYED PARENTS.HR101991Yea vote
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s88v474HR. 8000. JAVITS AMEND. TO DELETE THE NEW TAXATION AUTHORITY AND, INSTEAD, GIVE THE PRES. STANDBY AUTHORITY TO ESTABLISH A CAPITAL ISSUES COMM. TO UNDERTAKE ACTIONS TO LIMIT THE SALE OF FOREIGN SECURITIES IN THE U.S., EXEMPTING COMMITTEE MEMBERHR80006Nay vote
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s88v476HR80001Yea vote
Req 880495-96
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s88v479HR. 11296. PROXMIRE AMEND. TO CUT $100 MILLION FROM THE $5.3 BILLION CECOMMENDED BY THE APPROPRIATIONS COMM. BY NASA IN 1965.HR112966Nay vote
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s88v480EXEC. C, 88TH CONG., 2ND SESS. AUGMENT THE LIST OF EXTRADITABLE OFFENSED INCLUDED IN THE BASIC EXTRADITION CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S. AND BELGIUM. RATIFICATION.SRE1Yea vote
Treaty
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s88v481H.J.RES. 1145. SUPPORT PRESIDENT'S ACTIONS IN ORDERING RETALIATION AGAINST ATTACKS ON U.S. FORCES BY NORTH VIET NAM & PLEDGE U.S. DETERMINATION TO ASSIST ANY ANY MEMBER OR PROTOCOL STATE OF THE SEATO TREATY WHICH REQUESTS AID IN DEFENSE OF ITSHJRE11451Yea vote
Req 880467
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s88v483HR. 11380. THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1964, AUTHORIZING $3,466,700,000 FOR FOREIGN AID. CARLSON, KAN AMEND. TO DELETE THE AUTHORITY OF THE AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT TO ''SELECT OUT'' PERSONNEL WHO DID NOT MEET PERSCRIBED STANDARDSHR113806Nay vote
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s88v484HR. 11369. APPROPRIATE $1,582,969,000 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF MILITARY FACILITIES & FAMILY HOUSING IN FISCAL 1965. PASSAGE.HR113691Yea vote
PL 88-576
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s88v491HR. 11380. MORSE AMEND. TO REQUIRE THAT NO MORE THAN 50 COUNTRIES BE AIDED AFTER JUNE 30, 1966, & THAT NEW TIGHT REQUIREMENTS BE WRITTEN INTO AID LAWS.HR113806Nay vote
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s88v492HR. 11380. MORSE AMEND. TO PROHIBIT AID TO ANY COUNTRY WHOSE GOV'T HAS COME TO POWER THROUGH A FORCIBLE OVERTHROW OF A GOV'T. WHICH HAD BEEN CHOSEN IN DEMOCRATIC ELECTIONS, UNLESS THE PRES. INSISTS THAT THE GRANTING OF AID IS IN THE NATIONAL INHR113806Nay vote
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s88v493HR. 11380. GRUENING AMEND. REQUIRING THAT AN INTEREST RATE OF 1/4 OF ONE PER CENT HIGHER THAN THOS CHARGED ON TREASURY BORROWING BE CHARGED AGAINST ALL FOREIGN AID LOANS.HR113806Nay vote
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s88v494HR. 11380. MORSE AMEND. TO LIMIT THE AUTHORIZATION FOR FISCAL 1965 TO $3 BILLION.HR113806Nay vote
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s88v495HR. 11380. MORSE AMEND. TO LIMIT THE AUTHORIZATION FOR FISCAL 1965 TO $3,250,000,0009HR113806Nay vote
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s88v496HR. 11380. MUNDT AMEND. TO PROVIDE THAT LOANS FOR COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISES BE REPAID AT A RATE THREE-FOURTHS OF 1% HIGHER THAN THE RATE FOR TREASURY BORROWING & THAT THE RATE FOR TREASURY BORROWING & THAT OTHER FOREIGN AID LOANS BE REPAID AT A RAHR113806Nay vote
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s88v500HR. 3846. PASSAGE.HR38461Yea vote
Req 880485-86
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s88v505HR. 10809. PROVIDE $7,081,193,000 IN APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPTS. OF LABOR & HEW & RELATED AGENCIES & FOR EXPENSES OF THE INAUGURATION CEREMONIES. PROXMIRE AMENDMENT TO REDUCE THE TOTAL BY $40 MILLION.HR108091Yea vote
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s88v506HR. 10809. LAUSCHE AMEND. TO DELETE $1.5 MILLION FOR AN ENVIORNMENTAL HEALTH CENTER IN THE WASHINGTON, D.C. AREA.HR108096Nay vote
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s88v509HR. 11865. SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1964. GORE AMEND. AUTHORIZING A NEW PROGRAM OF MEDICAL CARE FOR PERSONS 65 & OVER FINANCED THROUGH AN INCREASE IN THE SOCIAL SECURITY TAX & WAGE BASE & FROM GENERAL REVENUES.HR118651Yea vote
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s88v510HR. 11865. PROUTY AMEND. ELIMINATING THE ''MEDICARE'' PROGRAM & SUBSTITUTING AN INCREASE IN THE MINIMUM SOCIAL SEC. MONTHLY PAYMENT FROM $40 TO $70.HR118656Nay vote
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s88v511HR. 11865. PASSAGE.HR118651Yea vote
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s88v525S. 2687. ADOPTION OF CONFERENCE REPORT.S26871Yea vote
Req 880358
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s88v527HR. 11380. PASSAGE.HR113801Yea vote
Req 880464
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s88v528S. 2782. APPALACHIAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1964, AUTHORIZING $1,060,200,000 FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE 11-STATE APPALACHIAN REGION. PASSAGE.S27821Yea vote
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s88v530S. J. RES. 139. RESOLUTION PROPOSING A CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND. TO PERMIT THE VICE PRES. TO BECOME ACTING PRES. IF THE PRES. WAS UNABLE TO PERFORM HIS DUTIES & TO PROVIDE FOR FILLING A VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF VICE PRES. PASSAGE.SJRE1391Yea vote
voteview/CQ=yea supports president
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s88v534HR. 11380. FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT. ADOPTION OF CONFERENCE REPORT.HR113801Yea vote
Req 880464
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