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President's Positions on 89th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s89v5TO PASS S. 4, THE WATER QUALITY ACT OF 1965.S41Yea vote
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s89v6TO AMEND S. 3, THE APPALACHIAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965, BY STRIKING POVISIONS OF THE BILL FOR LAND STABILIZATION, CONSERVATION, AND EROSION CONTROL.S36Nay vote
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s89v7TO PASS S. 3, THE APPALACHIAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965S31Yea vote
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s89v9TO APPROVE THE NOMINATION OF W.J. DRIVER TO BE ADMINISTRATOR OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS.NOMIN1Yea vote
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s89v10TO PASS S. 701, THE INTERNATIONAL COFFEE AGREEMENT ACT OF 1965S7011Yea vote
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s89v11TO AGREE TO A MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT (BANNING SALES OF TITLE I, PUBLIC LAW 480, SURPLUSES TO THE UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC) TO H. J. RES. 234, THE 1965 SUPPLEMENTAL AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATIONS. THE MODIFIED AMENDMENT REQUIRES CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL OF AGREEMENTS FOR SUCH SALES.HJR2346Nay vote
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s89v12TO AGREE TO A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 234, THE 1965 SUPPLEMENTAL AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATIONS. THE AMENDMENT RELAXES THE BAN IN A HOUSE-PASSED BILL ON SALES TO THE UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC OF TITLE I, PUBLIC LAW 480, SURPLUSES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1965, WHEN THE PRESIDENT DETERMINED SUCH EXPORTS WERE IN THE NATIONAL INTEREST.HJR2341Yea vote
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s89v13TO AGREE TO HOUSE AMENDMENT TO SENATE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 234, SUPPLEMENTAL AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1965, CONCERNING VETERANS' FACILITIES.HJR2341Yea vote
public law 89-2
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s89v14TO AGREE TO A SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3818, A BILL TO REMOVE GOLD AS A RESERVE FOR FEDERAL RESERVE DEPOSITS. THE SUBSTITUTE REDUCES FROM 25 TO 20 PERCENT FOR A 2-YEAR PERIOD THE GOLD COVER REQUIREMENT ON BOTH FEDERAL RESERVE DEPOSITS AND FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES.HR38186Nay vote
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s89v16TO PASS H.R. 3818, A BILL TO REMOVE GOLD AS A RESERVE FOR FEDERAL RESERVE DEPOSITS.HR38181Yea vote
public law 89-3
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s89v17TO AGREE TO A SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO S. J. RES. 1, A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REGARDING PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESION AND INABILITY, WHICH STIPULATES THAT CONGRESS MAY DECIDE OTHER CASES OF REMOVAL.SJR16Nay vote
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s89v18TO PASS S. J. RES. 1, A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REGARDING PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION AND INABILITY.SJR11Yea vote
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s89v23TO AMEND H.R. 45, A BILL TO INCREASE FUNDS FOR INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, BY LIMITING THE INCREASED U.S. CONTRIBUTION TO $400 MILLION.HR456Nay vote
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s89v25TO PASS H.R. 45, A BILL TO INCREASE FUNDS FOR INTER- AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK.HR451Yea vote
public law 89-6
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s89v28TO AGREE TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 2998, A BILL AMENDING THE ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT ACT, LIMITING NEW AUTHORITY TO $10 MILLION FOR TWO YEARS.HR29986Nay vote
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s89v29TO PASS H.R. 2998, A BILL AMENDING THE ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT ACT.HR29981Yea vote
public law 89-27
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s89v30TO AMEND S. 974, THE MANPOWER ACT OF 1965, BY LIMITING THE EXTENSION OF THE PROGRAM TO JUNE 30, 1967, INSTEAD OF TO JUNE 30, 1970, AS IN THE BILL AS REPORTED.S9746Nay vote
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s89v31TO PASS S. 974, THE MANPOWER ACT OF 1965.S9741Yea vote
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s89v35TO PASS H.R. 5721, A BILL ON ACREAGE-POUNDAGE MARKETING QUOTAS FOR TOBACCO.HR57211Yea vote
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s89v36TO PASS S. 800, THE 1966 MILITARY PROCUREMENT AUTHORIZATION.S8001Yea vote
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s89v37TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, BY REQUIRING IN TITLE III, WHICH DEALT WITH SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION CENTERS, THAT THE STATE EDUCATION AGENCY GIVE PRIOR APPROVAL BEFORE FEDERAL GRANTS GO DIRECTLY TO THE LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v38TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, BY ALTERING THE FORMULA IN TITLE III (SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION CENTERS AND SERVICES) FOR APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS AMONG THE STATES.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v39TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, BY POVIDING A MORE GRADUAL REDUCTION OF PAYMENTS UNDER PUBLIC LAW 874 IN IMPACTED AREAS, RESULTING FROM THE CLOSING OF DEFENSE INSTALLATIONS.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v40TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, BY ALTERING THE FORMULA IN TITLE I (FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL SCHOOL AGENCIES FOR CHILDREN OF LOW-INCOME FAMILIES) FOR APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS AMONG THE STATES.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v41TO AMEND H.R. 2362, ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT OF 1965, BY AUTHORIZING INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYER'S SUITS IN THE U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CHALLENGING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF ANY PROPOSED PAYMENT OR GRANT UNDER THE ACT.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v42TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, BY ALTERING THE FORMULA IN TITLE I (FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL SCHOOL AGENCIES FOR CHILDREN OF LOW-INCOME FAMILIES) FOR APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS AMONG THE STATES.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v43TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, BY ALTERING THE FORMULA IN TITLE I (FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL SCHOOL AGENCIES FOR CHILDREN OF LOW-INCOME FAMILIES) FOR APPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS AMONG THE STATES.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v44TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, BY RESPECTING INTERPRETATION GUIDELINES, REQUIRED OF THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION FOR USE BY STATE EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES, IN MAKING DETERMINATIONS ON APPLICATIONS BY LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES FOR ASSISTANCE UNDER TITLE I.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v45TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT OF 1965, BY ADDING A NEW TITLE WHICH WOULD EXTEND GI BENEFITS TO VETERANS WHO SERVED IN SOUTHEAST ASIA.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v46TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, (SUBSTITUTING FOR OTHER LANGUAGE) BY BARRING PAYMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES OR HIRING OF TEACHERS AT SCHOOLS OR INSTITUTIONS WHERE THERE WAS RELIGIOUS WORSHIP OR SECTARIAN EDUCATION.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v47TO AMEND H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT, BY REQUIRING THAT ALL TITLE III GRANTS BE FOR SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES AND CENTERS IN SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREAS HAVING A HIGH CONCENTRATION OF EDUCATIONALLY AND ECONOMICALLY DEPRIVED CHILDREN.HR23626Nay vote
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s89v48TO PASS H.R. 2362, THE 1965 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT.HR23621Yea vote
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s89v50TO PASS H. J. RES. 447, A SUPPLEMENTAL DEFENSE APPROPRIATION.HJR4471Yea vote
public law 89-18
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s89v51TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965, BY STRIKING THE BILL'S FORMULA FOR TRIGGERING SUSPENSION OF LITERARY TESTS AND OTHER DEVICES, AND PROVIDING INSTEAD FOR COURT ACTIONS BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL WITHIN THE STATE WHERE THERE WAS ALLEGED VOTING DISCRIMINATION ON ACCOUNT OF RACE OR COLOR.S15646Nay vote
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s89v52TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965, BY BANNING TAXES AS A PRECONDITION OF VOTING IN STATE OR LOCAL ELECTIONS.S15646Nay vote
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s89v53TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965, REMOVING THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF THE U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA IN ACTIONS FOR DECLARATORY JUDGEMENT OR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF, BASED ON THE TRIGGERING FORMULA RESPECTING LITERACY TESTS, AND PROVIDING INSTEAD THAT SUCH ACTIONS BE BROUGHT IN THE DISTRICT COURTS WITHIN THE SEVERAL STATES.S15646Nay vote
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s89v55TO AGREE TO A MOTION THAT THE SENATE CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO S. 701, THE INTERNATIONAL COFFEE AGREEMENT ACT OF 1965.S7011Yea vote
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s89v57TO AMEND S. 1564, THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY, IN EFFECT, RETAINING STATE LITERACY TESTS IF APPLIED WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION.S15646Nay vote
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s89v59TO AMEND S. 1564, THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY STRIKING PROVISIONS REQUIRING PRIOR APPROVAL BY THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA OF CHANGES IN VOTING QUALIFICATIONS IN STATES WHERE LITERACY TESTS HAD BEEN SUSPENDED.S15646Nay vote
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s89v63TO AGREE TO S. RES. 102, A RESOLUTION OF DISAPPROVAL OF REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 1 OF 1965.SRES1026Nay vote
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s89v65TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY REQUIRING ELIMINATION OF THE TRIGGERING FORMULA RESPECTING LITERACY AND OTHER TESTS AND AUTHORIZING APPOINTMENT OF EXAMINERS ON COMPLAINT TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF 25 OR MORE QUALIFIED APPLICANTS FOR REGISTRATION.S15646Nay vote
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s89v66TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY REQUIRING A PRIOR DETERMINATION BY THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BEFORE THE TRIGGERING MECHANISM RESPECTING LITERACY TESTS BECAME EFFECTIVE.S15646Nay vote
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s89v67TO INVOKE CLOTURE AND END DEBATE ON S. 1564, THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965.S15641Yea vote
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s89v68TO AGREE TO THE MODIFIED ERVIN AMENDMENT TO THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT. THE MODIFIED AMENDMENT REQUIRES THAT AN APPLICANT SEEKING TO REGISTER BEFORE A FEDERAL EXAMINER MUST ALLEGE DENIAL UNDER COLOR OF LAW OF THE OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER OR VOTE ON ACCOUNT OF RACE OR COLOR.S15646Nay vote
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s89v69TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY PROVIDING THAT THE TRIGGERING PROVISIONS SUSPENDING LITERACY TESTS NOT APPLY IN ANY POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF ANY STATE IN WHICH 95 PERCENT OF PERSONS OF VOTING AGE APPLYING FOR REGISTRATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE 1964 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION WERE ADJUDGED LITERATE AND WERE REGISTERED.S15646Nay vote
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s89v70TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY AUTHORIZING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL BY CERTIFICATION TO EXONERATE A STATE OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, WHERE TRIGGERING HAD SUSPENDED A LITERACY TEST, WITHOUT REQUIRING THE STATE TO SEEK A DECLARATORY JUDGMENT IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.S15646Nay vote
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s89v71TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY TERMINATING THE RETENTION OF JURISDICTION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA DISTRICT COURT WHEN A DECLARATORY JUDGMENT CASE, BROUGHT BY A STATE OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, ENDED IN JUDGMENT IN FAVOR OF THE STATE OR SUBDIVISION.S15646Nay vote
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s89v72TO AGREE TO THE MODIFIED ERVIN AMENDMENT TO THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT. THE MODIFIED AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT IF A STATE OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISION PROVED IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA DISTRICT COURT THAT IT WAS NOT VIOLATING THE 15TH AMENDMENT, IT WOULD BE EXEMPTED FROM THE TRIGGERING PROVISIONS SUSPENDING LITERACY TESTS.S15646Nay vote
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s89v73TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY ELIMINATING THE COVERAGE OF THE TRIGGERING PROCESS WHICH SUSPENDED LITERACY TESTS WHERE LESS THAN 50% OF THOSE REGISTERED IN A STATE OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISION HAD VOTED IN THE 1964 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.S15646Nay vote
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s89v74TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY AUTHORIZING JUDICIAL REVIEW OF A REJECTION BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF A PETITION BY A STATE OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISION FOR TERMINATION OF FURTHER ACTION BY FEDERAL EXAMINERS.S15646Nay vote
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s89v75TO AMEND THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT, BY STRIKING SECTION 14(B), WHICH PROVIDED THAT NO COURT OTHER THAN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA OR A COURT OF APPEALS SHALL HAVE JURISDICTION TO ISSUE A DECLARATORY JUDGMENT OR INJUNCTION AGAINST ENFORCEMENT OF THE ACT.S15646Nay vote
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s89v77TO AGREE TO THE MANSFIELD-DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 1564, THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965.S15641Yea vote
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s89v78TO PASS S. 1564, THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965.S15641Yea vote
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s89v79TO PASS H.R. 6767, THE BILL FOR INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS, FY 1966HR67671Yea vote
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s89v80TO AMEND S. 1648, THE PUBLIC WORKS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965, BY STRIKING LANGUAGE AUTHORIZING AN INTEREST SUBSIDY ON NONGOVERNMENTAL LOANS OBTAINED FROM PRIVATE SOURCES FOR INVESTMENT IN DEPRESSED AREAS.S16486Nay vote
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s89v81TO AMEND S. 1648, THE PUBLIC WORKS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965, BY REDUCING BY $75 MILLION THE ANNUAL GRANT AUTHORIZATION IN TITLE I (PUBLIC WORKS).S16481Yea vote
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s89v82TO PASS S. 1648, THE PUBLIC WORKS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965.S16481Yea vote
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s89v84TO PASS H.R. 7717, THE BILL FOR 1966 NASA APPROPRIATIONS.HR77171Yea vote
public law 89-53
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s89v85TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS CHARTER AMENDMENTS (EXEC. A. 89TH CONGRESS., 1ST SESSION).EXEXA1Yea vote
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s89v86TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1965, BY PROVIDING $89 MILLION AUTHORIZATION FOR ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE TO SOUTHEAST ASIA BY TRANSFER FROM OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS IN THE BILL.S18376Nay vote
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s89v87TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1965, BY AUTHORIZING $89 MILLION FOR EXPANDED ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE TO SOUTHEAST ASIA.S18371Yea vote
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s89v91TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY REDUCING FROM 2 YEARS TO 1 YEAR THE AUTHORIZATIONS IN THE BILL.S18371Yea vote
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s89v93TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY REDUCING THE MILITARY ASSISTANCE ANNUAL AUTHORIZATION FROM $1.17 TO $1 BILLION.S18376Nay vote
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s89v97TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY STRIKING A PROPOSED $115 MILLION INCREASE OVER THE PRESENT $1.55 BILLION ANNUAL LEVEL OF MILITARY ASSISTANCE.S18376Nay vote
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s89v98TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY LIMITING AGGREGATE ANNUAL AUTHORIZATIONS TO $3 BILLION, THEREBY CUTTING $443 MILLION ANNUALLY FROM THE BILL.S18376Nay vote
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s89v99TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY LIMITING AGGREGATE ANNUAL AUTHORIZATIONS TO $3.243 MILLION THEREBY CUTTING $200 MILLION FROM THE BILL.S18376Nay vote
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s89v102TO AGREE TO MODIFIED MORSE AMENDMENTS EN BLOC TO S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT. THESE LIMIT THE ASSISTANCE TO PAKISTAN AND INDIA IN FY 1966 TO 75% OF THE SUM SUBMITTED IN THE BRIEFING PRESENTATION FOR EACH COUNTRY.S18376Nay vote
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s89v103TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY LIMITING ASSISTANCE TO PAKISTAN AND INDIA IN FY 1966 TO 90% OF THE SUM SUBMITTED IN THE BRIEFING PRESENTATION FOR EACH COUNTRY.S18376Nay vote
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s89v104TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY LIMITING ASSISTANCE TO GREECE AND TURKEY IN FY 1966 TO 75% OF THE SUM SUBMITTED IN THE BRIEFING PRESENTATION FOR EACH COUNTRY.S18376Nay vote
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s89v105TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY LIMITING ASSISTANCE TO GREECE AND TURKEY IN FY 1966 TO 90% OF THE SUM SUBMITTED IN THE BRIEFING PRESENTATION FOR EACH COUNTRY.S18376Nay vote
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s89v106TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY REDUCING FROM $600 TO $500 MILLION THE AUTHORIZATION FOR THE ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS FOR EACH OF THE FISCAL YEARS 1966 AND 1967S18376Nay vote
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s89v107TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY REDUCING MILITARY AID TO LATIN AMERICA FROM $55 MILLION TO $40 MILLION.S18376Nay vote
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s89v108TO AMEND S. 1837, THE 1965 FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY LIMITING ASSISTANCE TO IRAN, ETHIOPIA, AND JORDAN IN FY 1966 TO 90% OF THE SUMS SUBMITTED IN THE BRIEFING PRESENTATION FOR EACH COUNTRY.S18376Nay vote
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s89v109TO PASS H.R. 7750, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1965.HR77501Yea vote
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s89v110TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF THE RATIFICATION OF THE PROTOCOL FOR THE EXTENSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL WHEAT AGREEMENT, 1962 (EXEC. B, 89TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION). V121EXECB1Yea vote
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s89v114TO AMEND H.R. 8371, THE 1965 EXCISE TAX REDUCTION ACT, BY REPEALING THE 5 PERCENT TAX ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS BY AIR.HR83716Nay vote
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s89v115TO TABLE THE MILLER AMENDMENT TO H.R. 8371, THE 1965 EXCISE TAX REDUCTION ACT, TO ADD A NEW TITLE TO INCREASE BY 7% OLD AGE, SURVIVORS, AND DISABILITY INSURANCE BENEFITS UNDER SOCIAL SECURITY.HR83711Yea vote
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s89v116TO PASS H.R. 8371, THE EXCISE TAX REDUCTION ACT OF 1965.HR83711Yea vote
public law 89-44
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s89v117TO PASS H.R. 8464, THE TEMPORARY INCREASE IN PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT.HR84641Yea vote
signed 89-49
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s89v119TO PASS S. 559, THE FEDERAL CIGARETTE LABELING ACT.S5591Yea vote
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s89v122TO PASS H.R. 7777, A BILL ON AUTHORITY TO APPOINT GEN. WILLIAM F. MCKEE AS ADMINISTRATOR OF FAA.HR77771Yea vote
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s89v123TO TABLE BYRD SUBSTITUTE (FOR RIBICOFF AMENDMENT) TO H.R. 6453, A BILL ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS FY 1966. THE BYRD SUBSTITUTE ADDS $300,000 FOR IMMEDIATE USE UNDER DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WORK TRAINING PROGRAMS.HR64531Yea vote
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s89v124TO AGREE TO THE BYRD SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6453, THE 1966 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS. (SEE RC 1146)HR64536Nay vote
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s89v125TO AMEND S. 2080, THE COINAGE ACT OF 1965, BY REMOVING ENTIRELY THE SILVER CONTENT IN THE HALF DOLLAR.S20806Nay vote
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s89v126TO AMEND S. 2080, THE COINAGE ACT OF 1965, BY PROVIDING THAT DIMES AND QUARTERS CONTAIN 40% SILVER - THE SAME PERCENTAGE AS THE BILL PROVIDED FOR THE HALF DOLLAR.S20806Nay vote
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s89v129TO AMEND S. 2080, THE 1965 COINAGE ACT, BY POVIDING FOR THE MINTING OF DIMES, QUARTERS AND HALF DOLLARS CONTAINING 30% SILVER.S20806Nay vote
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s89v130TO PASS S. 2080, THE COINAGE ACT OF 1965.S20801Yea vote
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s89v134TO AGREE TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 8147, A BILL FOR EXEMPTION FROM DUTY FOR RETURNING RESIDENTS, TO REDUCE THE EXEMPTION FROM $100 TO $50 (RETAIL VALUE).HR81471Yea vote
public law 89-62
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s89v135TO AMEND H.R. 8147, THE DUTY EXEMPTION BILL, BY CONTINUING EXISTING LAW RESPECTING SUCH EXEMPTIONS UNTIL JULY 1, 1966.HR81476Nay vote
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s89v136TO AMEND H.R. 8147, THE DUTY EXEMPTION BILL, BY ELIMINATING LANGUAGE REQUIRING THAT GOODS CLAIMED UNDER THE TOURIST EXEMPTION SHALL ACCOMPANY THE CLAIMING PERSON.HR81476Nay vote
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s89v137TO AMEND H.R. 8147, THE DUTY EXEMPTION BILL, BY MAKING THE $100 EXEMPTION IN THE BILL RELATE TO WHOLESALE RATHER THAN RETAIL VALUE.HR81476Nay vote
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s89v139TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. J. RES. 1, A RESOLUTION ON A PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT RE PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION AND INABILTY.SJR11Yea vote
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s89v140TO AMEND H.R. 6675, THE SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1965, BY REMOVING (FROM TITLE I ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR THE AGED) CERTAIN LIMITATIONS ON THE LENGTH OF TIME A PATIENT COULD BE HOSPITALIZED.HR66756Nay vote
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s89v141TO AGREE TO A MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6675, THE 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS, TO PROVIDE AN AUTOMATIC 3% INCREASE IN SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS WHENEVER THE COST OF LIVING ROSE BY 3%.HR66756Nay vote
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s89v142TO AGREE TO A MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6675, THE 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS, TO INCREASE THE MINIMUM OLD-AGE BENEFITS FROM $40 TO $70 PER MONTH AND TO PROVIDE SCALED INCREASES IN THE HIGHER BENEFIT LEVELS UNDER SOCIAL SECURITY.HR66756Nay vote
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s89v143TO AMEND H.R. 6675, THE 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS, BY PROVIDING FOR AN ALTERNATIVE VARIABLE DEDUCTIBLE UNDER THE MEDICAL AND HOSPITAL PROVISIONS OF THE BILL, RELATED TO THE INCOME TAX LIABILITY OF THE BENEFICIARY.HR66756Nay vote
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s89v144TO TABLE THE PROUTY MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6675, THE 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS. THE MODIFIED AMENDMENT BLANKETS INTO THE SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM ALL AMERICANS, 72 OR OVER, NOT OTHERWISE ELIGIBLE FOR BENEFITS, AT A $35 MONTHLY MINIMUM.HR66751Yea vote
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s89v145TO AMEND H.R. 6675, THE 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS, BY STRIKING FROM THE BILL ITS MEDICARE PROVISIONS, PARTS A AND B.HR66756Nay vote
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s89v146TO AMEND H.R. 6675, THE 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS, BY STRIKING THE BILL'S PROVISION OF SOCIAL SECURITY COVERAGE FOR PHYSICIANS AND INTERNS.HR66756Nay vote
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s89v149TO AMEND H.R. 6675, THE 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS, BY PROVIDING FOR AN ALTERNATE VARIABLE DEDUCTIBLE UNDER THE MEDICAL AND HOSPITAL PROVISIONS OF THE BILL, RELATED TO THE INCOME TAX LIABILITY OF THE BENEFICIARY.HR66756Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v150TO RECOMMIT H.R. 6675, THE 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS, WITH INSTRUCTIONS.HR66756Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v151TO PASS H.R. 6675, THE SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1965.HR66751Yea vote
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s89v154TO AMEND H.R. 7997, A BILL FOR INDEPENDENT OFFICERS APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1966, BY REDUCING BY 5% THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR NASA.HR79976Nay vote
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s89v155TO AMEND H.R. 7997, THE 1966 INDEPENDENT OFFICERS APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR CIVIL DEFENSE FROM $124,370,000 TO $89,190,000.HR79976Nay vote
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s89v156TO PASS H.R. 7997, THE 1966 INDEPENDENT OFFICERS APPROPRIATIONS.HR79971Yea vote
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s89v157TO PASS H.R. 8370, A BILL FOR AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1966.HR83701Yea vote
public law 89-316
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s89v159TO AMEND S. 2213, THE 1965 HUD ACT, BY STRIKING THE BILL'S PROVISIONS FOR RENT SUPPLEMENTS FOR DISADVANTAGED PERSONS.S22136Nay vote
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s89v160TO AMEND S. 2213, THE 1965 HUD ACT, BY REDUCING THE TOTAL 4-YEAR AUTHORIZATION FOR THE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM FROM $200 TO $100 MILLION IN NEW CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS.S22136Nay vote
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s89v162TO PASS H.R. 7984, THE HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965HR79841Yea vote
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s89v166TO PASS S. 9, THE COLD WAR VETERANS' READJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE ACT.S96Nay vote
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s89v167TO AMEND S. 1118, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CHARTER ACT, BY PLACING ELECTIVE PROCEDURES FOR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA OFFICIALS ON A NONPARTISAN BASIS.S11186Nay vote
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s89v168TO AMEND S. 1118, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CHARTER ACT, BY MAKING THE PROVISIONS OF THE HATCH ACT APPLICABLE TO ELECTIONS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.S11186Nay vote
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s89v169TO AMEND S. 1118, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CHARTER ACT, BY STRIKING LANGUAGE AUTHORIZING THE PRESIDENT TO EXERCISE THE VETO POWER OVER LEGISLATIVE ACTS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COUNCIL.S11186Nay vote
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s89v170TO AMEND S. 1118, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CHARTER ACT, BY PROVIDING THAT VOTERS IN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ELECTIONS SHALL HAVE REACHED AGE 21, RATHER THAN 18 AS IN THE BILL.S11186Nay vote
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s89v171TO AMEND S. 1118, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CHARTER ACT, BY PROVIDING THAT THE FORMULA FOR FEDERAL PAYMENTS TO THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SHALL BE SUBJECT TO ANNUAL APPROPRIATION.S11186Nay vote
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s89v172TO PASS S. 1118, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CHARTER ACT.S11181Yea vote
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s89v173TO APPROVE THE NOMINATION OF JAMES P. COLEMAN TO BE JUDGE OF FIFTH CIRCUIT, U.S. COURT OF APPEALS.NOMIN1Yea vote
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s89v174TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 6675, THE SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1965.HR66751Yea vote
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s89v178TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 1564, THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965.S15641Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s89v179TO PASS H.R. 6927, A BILL ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.HR69271Yea vote
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s89v180TO AMEND H.R. 9070, A BILL ON THE INCREASE IN BASIC PAY FOR UNIFORMED SERVICES, BY INCREASING PAY OF ENLISTED MEN WITH UNDER 2 YEARS OF SERVICE BY AN AVERAGE OF 32.4 PERCENT OVER EXISTING RATES (INSTEAD OF 17.3 PERCENT AS IN THE BILL).HR90756Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v181TO PASS H.R. 9070, A BILL ON THE INCREASE IN BASIC PAY FOR UNIFORMED SERVICES.HR90756Nay vote
CQ=nay (verified), but public law 89-132
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s89v182TO AMEND H.R. 8639, STATE, JUSTICE, COMMERCE, THE JUDICIARY, AND RELATED AGENCY APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1966, BY INCREASING FUNDS FOR CIVIL RIGHTS EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FROM $5 TO $8 MILLION.HR86391Yea vote
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s89v183TO AMEND H.R. 8283, THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS OF 1965, BY REDUCING AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FROM $1,650 TO $1,097.5 MILLION.HR82836Nay vote
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s89v189TO AMEND H.R. 8283, THE 1965 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS, BY REDUCING AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FROM $1,650 TO $1,097.5 MILLION AND TO PROVIDE FOR A JOINT CONGRESSIONAL STUDY COMMITTEE TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS RE POVERTY POGRAM.HR82836Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v190TO AMEND H.R. 8283, THE 1965 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMEMDMENTS, BY BARRING THE DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY FROM HOLDING ANY OTHER OFFICE OF EQUIVALENT RANK.HR82836Nay vote
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s89v196TO AMEND H.R. 8283, THE 1965 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS, BY TRANSFERRING AUTHORITY TO CONDUCT VARIOUS PROGRAMS UNDER THE ACT DIRECTLY TO THE AGENCIES THAT NOW ADMINISTER THEM.HR82836Nay vote
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s89v197TO AMEND H. R, 8283, THE 1965 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS, BY RESTORING LANGUAGE WHICH WOULD RETAIN THE VOLUNTARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR NEEDY CHILDREN.HR82831Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v199TO PASS H.R. 8283, THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS OF 1965HR82831Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v200TO AMEND H.R. 9220, THE 1966 PUBLIC WORKS APPROPRIATIONS, BY ELIMINATING $10 MILLION FOR STARTING CONSTRUCTION OF WESTLANDS IRRIGATION DISTRICT, CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT, CALIFORNIA.HR92206Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v201TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 7750, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1965.HR77501Yea vote
public law 89-171
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s89v202TO AMEND H.R. 9221, 1966 DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, BY ADDING FUNDS FOR ARMY SPECIAL TRAINING ENLISTMENT PROGRAM.HR92211Yea vote
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s89v204TO PASS H.R. 9221, A BILL FOR DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1966.HR92211Yea vote
public law 89-213
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s89v206TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF AGREEMENT WITH CANADA CONCERNING GUT DAM CLAIMS (EXEC. C, 89TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION).EXECC1Yea vote
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s89v209TO PASS H.R. 5688, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CRIMINAL CODE AMENDMENTS OF 1965.HR56886Nay vote
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s89v215TO PASS H.R. 9567, THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965.HR95671Yea vote
public law 89-329
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s89v217TO PASS H.R. 8469, A BILL ON CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT ANNUITY INCREASES.HR84691Yea vote
public law 89-205
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s89v218TO AMEND THE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE TO H.R. 9811, THE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ACT OF 1965, BY PROVIDING FOR COTTON A WORLD PRICE LOAN LEVEL, WITH PRODUCERS' INCOME PROTECTED BY COMPENSATORY AND DIVERSION PAYMENTS.HR98111Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v219TO AMEND H.R. 9811, 1965 FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ACT, BY STRIKING SECTION 706 OF THE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE, WHICH WOULD PLACE FUTURE DETERMINATIONS OF THE NEED FOR MIGRATORY FARM LABOR IN THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE, SUCH DETERMINATIONS TO BE BINDING ON ALL OTHER U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES.HR98111Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v220TO TABLE BASS MOTION TO RECONSIDER VOTE WHICH APPROVED BASS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 9811, 1965 FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ACT.HR98111Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v225TO PASS H.R. 9811, THE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ACT OF 1965.HR98111Yea vote
public law 89-321
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s89v226TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF VIENNA CONVENTION ON DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS AND OPTIMAL PROTOCOL (EXEC. H, 88TH CONG., 1ST SESS.).EXECH1Yea vote
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s89v227TO AMEND COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 2084, A BILL FOR SCENIC DEVELOPMENT AND HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION OF THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY SYSTEMS, BY REQUIRING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO PAY FULL COSTS OF REMOVING BILLBOARDS AND REMOVING OR SCREENING JUNKYARDS.S20846Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v228TO AMEND COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR S. 2084, A BILL FOR HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION, BY EXCLUDING THE EXISTING PRIMARY HIGHWAY SYSTEM FROM ULTIMATE AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE TO OVERRULE DETERMINATIONS MADE UNDER STATE LAW REGARDING COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL ZONING.S20846Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v229TO AMEND COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE TO S. 2084, A BILL FOR HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION, BY ALLOWING ERECTION OF OUTDOOR SIGNS IN CERTAIN AREAS WHEN THEIR SIZE, LIGHTING, AND SPACING HAD BEEN DETERMINED BY AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE SEVERAL STATES AND THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE.S20841Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v231TO PASS S. 2084, BILL FOR SCENIC DEVELOPMENT AND HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION OF THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY SYSTEMS.S20841Yea vote
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s89v232TO PASS H.R. 2580, IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT AMENDMENTS.HR25801Yea vote
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s89v233TO AMEND H.R. 10871, A BILL FOR FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1966, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE BY AN AGGREGATE OF $50 MILLION.HR108716Nay vote
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s89v234TO AMEND H.R. 10871, THE 1966 FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES BY $25 MILLION.HR108716Nay vote
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s89v235TO AMEND H.R. 10871, THE 1966 FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO INDIA, PAKISTAN, GREECE, AND TURKEY BY 50% FROM AMOUNTS THOSE COUNTRIES RECEIVED IN THE LAST FISCAL YEAR, AND TO REDUCE THE TOTAL APPROPRIATION FOR MILITARY ASSISTANCE BY $170 MILLION.HR108716Nay vote
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s89v236TO AMEND H.R. 10871, THE 1966 FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR MILITARY ASSISTANCE BY 25% ($292 MILLION).HR108716Nay vote
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s89v237TO AMEND H.R. 10871, THE 1966 FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR MILITARY ASSISTANCE BY $100 MILLION.HR108716Nay vote
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s89v238TO AMEND H.R. 10871, THE 1966 FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUNDS BY $50 MILLION.HR108716Nay vote
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s89v239TO AMEND H.R. 10871, THE 1966 FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING THE CONTINGENCY FUND FROM $50 TO $20 MILLION.HR108716Nay vote
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s89v240TO PASS H.R. 10871, A BILL FOR FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1966.HR108711Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v241TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT TO H.R. 8283, THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS OF 1965.HR82831Yea vote
public law 89-253
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s89v242TO AGREE TO MOTION TO POSTPONE FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 9042, THE AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS TRADE ACT OF 1965, UNTIL JANUARY 10, 1966.HR90426Nay vote
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s89v243TO AMEND H.R. 9042, THE 1965 AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS TRADE ACT, BY PROVIDING THAT THE BILL SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE 90 DAYS AFTER REPORT BY TARIFF COMMISSION TO CONGRESS.HR90426Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v244TO AMEND H.R. 9042, THE 1965 AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS TRADE ACT OF 1965.HR90421Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v245TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 10871, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE APPROPRIATION BILL, 1966.HR108711Yea vote
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s89v246TO TABLE THE MANSFIELD MOTION TO PROCEED TO THE CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 77, THE REPEAL OF SECTION 14(B) OF THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT.HR776Nay vote
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s89v248TO AGREE TO CLOSE DEBATE ON MOTION TO TAKE UP H.R. 77, THE REPEAL OF SECTION 14(B) OF THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT.HR771Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v249TO AMEND COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 11135, THE SUGAR ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1965, BY REQUIRING PAYMENT OF IMPORT DUTIES AS A CONDITION OF IMPORTING SUGAR (EXCEPT IMPORTS FROM THE PHILIPPINES AND WESTERN HEMISPHERE COUNTRIES).HR111356Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v252TO PASS H.R. 11135, THE SUGAR ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1965.HR111351Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v253TO AMEND H.R. 11588, A BILL FOR 1966 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, BY ELIMINATING FUNDS AND CONTRACT AUTHORITY FOR RENT SUPPLEMENTS UNDER THE HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965 AND BY INCREASING $400,000 FUNDS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES TO PLAN CRITERIA TO IMPLEMENT RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAMS.HR115886Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v254TO AMEND H.R. 11588, A BILL FOR 1966 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING BY 50% FUNDS AND CONTRACT AUTHORITY FOR RENT SUPPLEMENTS UNDER THE HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965 AND BY INCREASING BY $400,000 FUNDS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES TO PLAN CRITERIA TO IMPLEMENT RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAMS.HR115886Nay vote
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s89v255TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DAVID G. BRESS TO BE U.S. ATTORNEY FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.NOMIN1Yea vote
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s89v256TO PASS H.R. 10281, THE FEDERAL EMPLOYEES SALARY ACT OF 1965HR102811Yea vote
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s89v257TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TAX PROTOCOL WITH BELGIUM (EXEC. G, 89TH CONG., 1ST SESSION)-TAX PROTOCOL WITH FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY (EXEC. I, 89TH CONG., 1ST SESSION).EXECG&I1Yea vote
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s89v259TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 11135, THE SUGAR ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1965.HR111351Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s89v260TO PASS S. 1446, THE WILD RIVERS ACT.S14461Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v262TO PASS H.R. 30, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE UNITED STATES PARTICIPATION IN THE INTER-AMERICAN CULTURAL AND TRADE CENTER.HR301Yea vote
public law 89-355
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s89v264TO PASS H.R. 8126, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MINIMUM WAGE AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1965.HR81261Yea vote
public law 89-684
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s89v267TO INVOKE CLOTURE ON MANSFIELD MOTION THAT THE SENATE PROCEED TO CONSIDER H.R. 77, A BILL TO REPEAL SECTION 14(B) OF NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT.HR771Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v268TO INVOKE CLOTURE ON MANSFIELD MOTION THAT THE SENATE PROCEED TO CONSIDER H.R. 77, A BILL REPEALING SECTION 14(B) OF NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT.HR771Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v269TO CONCUR IN HOUSE SUBSTITUTE TO S. 9, THE VETERANS' READJUSTMENT BENEFITS ACT OF 1966, WITH CERTAIN AMENDMENTS.S91Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v270TO TABLE MORSE AMENDMENT TO S. 2791, THE 1966 SUPPLEMENTAL MILITARY AUTHORIZATIONS (VIETNAM). THE AMENDMENT REPEALS THE SOUTHEAST ASIA RESOLUTION OF 1964.S27911Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v271TO TABLE GURENING AMENDMENT TO S. 2791, THE 1966 SUPPLEMENTAL MILITARY AUTHORIZATIONS. THE AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT DRAFTEES COULD NOT BE SENT TO SOUTHEAST ASIA COMBAT AREAS WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION BY CONGRESS FOR THEIR ASSIGNMENT TO SUCH DUTY.S27911Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v272TO PASS S. 2791, A BILL FOR SUPPLEMENTAL MILITARY AUTHORIZATIONS IN FISCAL 1966.S27911Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v273TO AGREE TO SUBSTITUTE FOR TITLE II (POSTPONING CERTAIN EXCISE TAX REDUCTIONS) OF H.R. 12752, THE 1966 TAX ADJUSTMENT ACT, A PROVISION FOR A 2-YEAR SUSPENSION OF THE 7-PERCENT INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT NOW APPPLICABLE IN CERTAIN DEPRECIABLE PROPERTY.HR127526Nay vote
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s89v277TO AMEND H.R. 12752, THE TAX ADJUSTMENT ACT, BY PROVIDING A SLIDING SCALE INCOME TAX CREDIT UP TO A MAXIMUM OF $325 FOR COLLEGE TUITION AND OTHER COSTS.HR127526Nay vote
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s89v278TO AGREE TO A MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 12752, THE TAX ADJUSTMENT ACT, PROVIDING THAT THE EXCISE TAX ON LOCAL RESIDENTIAL TELEPHONE SERVICE REMAIN AT 3 PERCENT (INSTEAD OF BEING RESTORED TO 10 PERCENT FOR THE 2-YEAR PERIOD ENDING APRIL 1, 1968).HR127526Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s89v279TO PASS H.R. 12572, THE TAX ADJUSTMENT ACT OF 1966.HR127521Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s89v280TO AMEND H.R. 12169, A BILL AMENDING THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1961, BY REDUCING FROM $25 TO $12.5 MILLION AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATION FOR ADDITIONAL SUPORTING ASSISTANCE FOR THE DOMINICAL REPUBLIC.HR121696Nay vote
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s89v281TO PASS H.R. 12169, A BILL AMENDING THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT.HR121691Yea vote
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s89v284TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 12752, THE TAX ADJUSTMENT ACT OF 1966.HR127521Yea vote
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s89v285TO RECOMMIT S. 2499, THE SMALL BUSINESS ACT AMENDMENT TO AUTHORIZE SALE OF PARTICIPANTS IN SBA LOAN POOLS.S24996Nay vote
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s89v286TO PASS H.R. 13546, A SUPPLEMENTAL DEFENSE APPROPRIATION FOR FISCAL 1966.HR135461Yea vote
public law 89-374
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s89v287TO PASS S. 2669, THE TIRE SAFETY ACT OF 1966.S26691Yea vote
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s89v288TO AGREE TO S. RES. 220, A RESOLUTION DISAPPROVING REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 1 OF 1966 (COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE).SRES2206Nay vote
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s89v291TO PASS S. 2934, THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT ACT OF 1966S29341Yea vote
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s89v292TO AMEND H.R. 14012, A SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR FISCAL 1966, BY INCREASING FROM $12 TO $20 MILLION FUNDS FOR THE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM.HR140121Yea vote
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s89v293TO AGREE TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 14012, A SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR 1966, THAT ELIMINATES FROM THE BILL ITS PROVISION OF FUNDS FOR THE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM.HR140126Nay vote
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s89v294TO AMEND H.R. 14012, A SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION, BY REDUCING FROM 90 TO 50 PERCENT THE FEDERAL CONTRIBUTION OF FUNDS TO PAY THE SALARY OF ANY TEACHER IN THE NATIONAL TEACHER CORPS.HR140126Nay vote
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s89v295TO PASS H.R. 14012, A SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR FISCAL 1966.HR140121Yea vote
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s89v296TO RECOMMIT S. 3283, THE PARTICIPATION SALES ACT OF 1966, TO THE COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY.S32836Nay vote
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s89v297TO AMEND S. 3283, THE PARTICIPATION SALES ACT OF 1966.S32831Yea vote
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s89v299TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION ON THE SETTLEMENT OF INVESTMENT DISPUTES (EXEC. A, 89TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION).EXECA1Yea vote
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s89v300TO AGREE TO S. RES. 179, A RESOLUTION ON THE NONPROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS.SRES1791Yea vote
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s89v301TO AGREE TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENT ON S. 3283, THE PARTICIPATION SALES ACT OF 1966.S32831Yea vote
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s89v307TO PASS H.R. 15151, A BILL PERMITTING THE PLANTING OF ALTERNATE CROPS WHERE DISASTER PREVENTS PLANTING OF PRICE-SUPPORTED CROPS.HR151511Yea vote
public law 89-451
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s89v311TO AMEND S. 985, THE FAIR PACKAGING AND LABELING ACT, BY STRIKING LANGUAGE IN THE BILL (SEC. 5(D), (E), (F), (G)) ESTABLISHING FEDERAL PACKAGING CONTROLS OVER THE WEIGHTS AND QUANTITIES OF CONSUMER COMMODITIES AS DEFINED IN THE BILL.S9856Nay vote
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s89v313TO TABLE MORTON AMENDMENT TO S. 985, THE FAIR PACKAGING AND LABELING ACT, THAT WOULD REQUIRE A RETAILER TO MAINTAIN THE PRICES ESTABLISHED BY THE MANUFACTURER OR DISTRIBUTOR OF A BRANDED, NAMED, OR TRADEMARKED PRODUCT.S9851Yea vote
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s89v315TO REFER S. 985, THE FAIR PACKAGING AND LABELING ACT, TO COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION.S9856Nay vote
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s89v316TO PASS S. 985, THE FAIR PACKAGING AND LABELING ACT.S9851Yea vote
public law 89-755
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s89v317TO PASS H.R. 12322, THE COTTON RESEARCH AND PROMOTION ACT.HR123221Yea vote
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s89v318TO TABLE THE WILLIAMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15202, A BILL PERMITTING A TEMPORARY INCREASE IN THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT IN FISCAL 1967. THAT AMENDMENT ALLOWS AN INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX DECUCTION FOR POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS UP TO $100.HR152026Nay vote
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s89v319TO PASS H.R. 15202, A BILL PERMITTING A TEMPORARY INCREASE IN THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT IN FISCAL 1967.HR152021Yea vote
public law 89-472
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s89v320TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE SUPPLEMENTARY INCOME TAX CONVENTION WITH THE NETHERLANDS (EXEC. B, 89TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION).EXECB1Yea vote
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s89v321TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE SUPPLEMENTARY INCOME TAX CONVENTION WITH THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND (EXEC. C, 89TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION).EXECC1Yea vote
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s89v322TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE PROTOCOL TO MEXICAN RADIO BROADCASTING AGREEMENT (EXEC. D, 89TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION).EXECD1Yea vote
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s89v323TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO THE CONVENTION OF THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL MARITIME CONSULTATIVE ORGANIZATION (EXEC. H, 89TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION).EXECH1Yea vote
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s89v325TO PASS H.R. 3438, THE BANKRUPTCY ACT AMENDMENTS LIMITING THE PRIORITY AND NONDISCHARGEABLIITY OF TAXES TO 3 YEARS.HR34381Yea vote
public law 89-496
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s89v326TO PASS H.R. 13881, THE HUMANE ACT FOR THE HANDLING OF RESEARCH ANIMALS.HR138811Yea vote
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s89v331TO AMEND H.R. 8989, A MINE SAFETY ACT, BY EXEMPTING THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY FROM THE PROVISIONS OF THE BILL.HR89896Nay vote
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s89v332TO PASS H.R. 8989, THE FEDERAL METAL AND NONMETALLIC MINE SAFETY ACT.HR89891Yea vote
public law 89-577
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s89v335TO PASS S. 3005, THE TRAFFIC SAFETY ACT OF 1966.S30051Yea vote
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s89v336TO AMEND S. 3052, THE HIGHWAY SAFETY ACT OF 1966 BY REQUIRING THAT FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO CARRY OUT THE BILL COME FROM THE HIGHWAY TRUST FUND INSTEAD OF FROM GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS.S30521Yea vote
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s89v337TO AGREE TO AMENDMENTS TO S. 2720, AUTHORIZING CONSTRUCTION OF RESEARCH AND DEMONSTRATION PLANTS FOR FISH PROTEIN CONCENTRATE.S27201Yea vote
public law 89-701
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s89v345TO AMEND H.R. 14122, THE FEDERAL EMPLOYEES SALARY ACT, BY MAKING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE BILL JANUARY 1, 1967, INSTEAD OF JULY 1, 1966.HR141221Yea vote
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s89v347TO PASS H.R. 14122, THE FEDERAL EMPLOYEES SALARY ACT OF 1966HR141221Yea vote
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s89v348TO PASS S. 3112, THE CLEAN AIR ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1966.S31121Yea vote
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s89v349TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 2950, A MILITARY PROCUREMENT AUTHORIZATION FOR FISCAL 1967 AND MILITARY PAY RAISES.S29501Yea vote
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s89v350TO AMEND S. 3467, THE NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH ACT AMENDMENT OF 1966, BY PROVIDING A SPECIAL SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN.S34671Yea vote
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s89v351TO PASS S. 3467, THE NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH ACT AMENDMENT OF 1966S34671Yea vote
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s89v352TO PASS S. 2947, THE FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION-CONTROL ACT AMENDMENTS AND CLEAN RIVERS RESTORATION ACT OF 1966.S29471Yea vote
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s89v354TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE PROTOCOL FOR FURTHER EXTENSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL WHEAT AGREEMENT OF 1962 (EXEC. F, 89TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION).EXECF1Yea vote
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s89v356TO PASS H.R. 14596, THE AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1967.HR145961Yea vote
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s89v357TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF PROTOCOLS TO NORTHWEST ATLANTIC FISHERIES CONVENTION OF 1949 (EXEC. I, 89TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION).EXECI1Yea vote
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s89v358TO AGREE TO A SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT FOR MCGEE AMENDMENT TO S. 3584, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1966 (FOR FISCAL YEAR 1967). THE SUBSTITUTE INCREASES FROM 1 TO 2 YEARS THE AUTHORIZATIONS IN THE BILL FOR LOANS UNDER THE DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUND AND FOR THE ALLIANCE FO PROGRESS PROGRAMS.S35841Yea vote
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s89v359TO AMEND S. 3584, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY INCREASING FROM 1 TO 2 YEARS THE AUTHORIZATION IN THE BILL FOR ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS.S35841Yea vote
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s89v360TO AMEND S. 3584, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY REDUCING BY $250 MILLION AMOUNTS AUTHORIZED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUND.S35846Nay vote
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s89v361TO AMEND S. 3584, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY INCREASING FROM 1 TO 2 PERCENT THE INTEREST RATE DURING THE INITIAL 10-YEAR GRACE PERIOD ON DEVELOPMENT LOANS.S35846Nay vote
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s89v366TO AMEND S. 3584, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY INCREASING FROM 1 TO 2 YEARS THE AUTHORIZATION IN THE BILL FOR DEVELOPMENT LOANS TO ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS NATIONS.S35841Yea vote
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s89v367TO AMEND S. 3584, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT, BY RETAINING AT 2 AND 1/2 PERCENT THE EXISTING INTEREST RATE BEYOND THE GRACE PERIOD ON DEVELOPMENT LOANS.S35841Yea vote
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s89v374TO AGREE TO A MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO S. 3584, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1966 (FOR FISCAL YEAR 1967).S35841Yea vote
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s89v375TO AMEND S. 3583, THE MILITARY ASSISTANCE AND SALES ACT OF 1966 (FOR FISCAL YEAR 1967), BY REDUCING FROM $892 TO $642 MILLION THE AUTHORIZATIONS IN THE BILL.S35836Nay vote
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s89v376TO AMEND S. 3583, THE MILITARY ASSISTANCE AND SALES ACT, BY REDUCING FROM $892 TO $792 MILLION THE AUTHORIZATIONS IN THE BILL.S35836Nay vote
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s89v377TO PASS S. 3583, THE MILITARY ASSISTANCE AND SALES ACT OF 1966 (FOR FISCAL YEAR 1967).S35831Yea vote
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s89v378TO PASS S. 3155, THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1966.S31551Yea vote
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s89v384TO AGREE TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15119, THE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS OF 1966, REQUIRING THE STATE LAW TO PROVIDE THAT EVERY WORKER BE ENTITLED TO SOME UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS AFTER HE HAD WORKED 20 WEEKS.HR151191Yea vote
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s89v385TO AGREE TO AMENDED COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15119, THE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, BY REQUIRING THE STATE LAW TO PROVIDE (1) THAT A COVERED INDIVIDUAL MUST RECEIVE 50% OF HIS AVERAGE WEEKLY WAGE OR THE STATE MAXIMUM BENEFIT, WHICHEVER WAS THE LESSER, OR (2) AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO FEDERAL STANDARDS, THAT THE STATE PLAN PROVIDE THAT AT LEAST 65% OF ALL UNEMPLOYED COVERED INDIVIDUALS RECEIVEHR151191Yea vote
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s89v386TO AGREE TO AMENDED COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15119, THE 1966 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, (A) TO REQUIRE STATE LAW TO PROVIDE (1) THAT A COVERED INDIVIDUAL WOULD BE ENTITLED TO 26 WEEKS OF BENEFITS AFTER 20 WEEKS OF EMPLOYMENT AND (2) THAT THE STATE MAXIMUM BENEFIT WOULD BE NO LESS THAN 50% OF THE STATEWIDE AVERAGE WEEKLY WAGE, AND (B) TO PROVIDE DEFINITIONS AND CREDIT REDUCTION FOR EMPLOHR151191Yea vote
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s89v387TO AMEND H.R. 15119, THE 1966 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, BY REQUIRING THE STATE LAW TO PROVIDE THAT AN UNEMPLOYED COVERED INDIVIDUAL WOULD BE ENTITLED TO 26 WEEKS OF BENEFITS AFTER 20 WEEKS OF EMPLOYEMENT.HR151191Yea vote
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s89v389TO TABLE WILLIAMS MOTION TO H.R. 15119, THE 1966 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, TO RECONSIDER VOTE BY WHICH LONG AMENDMENT WAS REJECTED.HR151196Nay vote
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s89v390TO AGREE TO COMITTEE AMENDMENTS EN BLOC TO H.R. 15119, THE 1966 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, PROVIDING IN PERMANENT LEGISLATION FOR FULL FEDERAL FINANCING FOR 13 WEEKS OF EXTENDED BENEFITS DURING A PERIOD OF RECESSION (INSTEAD OF HALF).HR151191Yea vote
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s89v391TO AGREE TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15119, THE 1966 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, TO BUILD UP A FUND OF $1 BILLION (INSTEAD OF ONE-HALF BILLION DOLLARS AS IN THE HOUSE BILL) TO PAY FOR EXTENDED BENEFITS.HR151191Yea vote
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s89v392TO AGREE TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15119, THE 1966 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, INCREASING THE WAGE BASE AND TAX RATE UNDER THE FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT TAX ACT.HR151191Yea vote
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s89v393TO AGREE TO A MODIFIED SUBSTITUTE TO H.R. 15119, THE 1966 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, RETAINING IN EFFECT THE HOUSE-PASSED BILL (EXCEPT FOR COVERAGE OF SMALL FIRMS).HR151196Nay vote
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s89v395TO AMEND H.R. 15119, THE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, BY PROVIDING THAT THE STATE MAXIMUM WEEKLY BENEFITS SHALL BE NO LESS THAN 50% OF THE STATE-WIDE AVERAGE WAGE.HR151191Yea vote
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s89v396TO AGREE TO AMENDMENTS EN BLOC TO H.R. 15119, THE UNEMPLOYEMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS, RESTORING DEFINITIONS AND CREDIT REDUCTION FOR EMPLOYERS IN STATES WHICH DID NOT COMPLY WITH FEDERAL STANDARDS.HR151191Yea vote
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s89v397TO PASS H.R. 15119, THE UNEMPLOYEMENT INSURANCE AMENDMENTS OF 1966.HR151191Yea vote
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s89v398TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE FISCAL 1967 INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING THE AGGREGATE APPROPRIATIONS FOR NASA BY 10 PERCENT.HR149216Nay vote
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s89v399TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR NASA BY $156 MILLION (3%).HR149216Nay vote
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s89v400TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR A SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT PLANT (SST) FROM $280 TO $80 MILLION.HR149216Nay vote
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s89v401TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY STRIKING $31,445,000 IN FUNDS FOR PLANNING, SITES, AND CONSTRUCTION OF NEW FEDERAL BUILDINGS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.HR149216Nay vote
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s89v403TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY CUTTING CIVIL DEFENCE FUNDS BY 15 PERCENT ($15,165,000).HR149216Nay vote
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s89v404TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY STRIKING THE BILL'S PROVISION FOR THE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM.HR149216Nay vote
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s89v405TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY STRIKING $17,920,000 IN FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW FBI BUILDING AND A NEW TAX COURT BUILDING IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.HR149216Nay vote
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s89v406TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY PROVIDING $5,150,000 FOR MATCHING GRANTS TO THE STATES FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS.HR149211Yea vote
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s89v407TO AMEND H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, BY STRIKING THE BILL'S APPROPRIATIONS ($19.7 MILLION) FOR PROJECT MOHOLE.HR149216Nay vote
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s89v408TO PASS H.R. 14921, THE INDEPENDENT OFFICES APPROPRIATIONS, FOR FISCAL 1967.HR149211Yea vote
public law 89-555
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s89v409TO PASS H.R. 14088, THE MILITARY MEDICAL BENEFITS AMENDMENTS OF 1966.HR140881Yea vote
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s89v410TO PASS S. 3688, A BILL FOR MORTGAGE CREDIT STIMULATION FOR FHA AND VA ASSISTED RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION.S36881Yea vote
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s89v412TO PASS S. 3711, THE HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1966S37111Yea vote
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s89v413TO AMEND S. 3700, THE URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION ACT AMENDMENTS, BY REDUCING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR EACH FISCAL YEARS 1968 AND 1969 FROM $225 TO $150 MILLION.S37001Yea vote
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s89v414TO PASS S. 3700, THE URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION ACT AMENDMENTS.S37001Yea vote
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s89v419TO AMEND H.R. 15941, THE DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, BY STRIKING COMMITTEE LANGUAGE LIMITING TO $455 PER PUPIL PER ANNUM THE EXPENDITURES FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY OVERSEAS SCHOOLING FOR DOD DEPENDENTS.HR159411Yea vote
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s89v420TO AMEND H.R. 15941, THE DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, BY STRIKING $153.5 MILLION FOR ARMY PROCUREMENT OF THE NIKE X ANTIBALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEM.HR159411Yea vote
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s89v421TO AMEND H.R. 15941, THE DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, BY PROVIDING A LIMITATION ON ANNUAL EXPENDITURES PER PUPIL OF $492 (INSTEAD OF $455) FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY OVERSEAS SCHOOLING FOR DOD DEPENDENTS.HR159411Yea vote
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s89v422TO PASS H.R. 15941, THE DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1967HR159411Yea vote
public law 89-687
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s89v423TO AMEND S. 3708, THE DEMONSTRATION CITIES AND METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1966, BY ELIMINATING ALL PROVISIONS FOR MONEY AUTHORIZATION, EXCEPT FOR PLANNING ($24 MILLION).S37086Nay vote
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s89v424TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 15456, FISCAL 1967 LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS.HR154561Yea vote
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s89v425TO PASS S. 3708, THE DEMONSTRATION CITIES AND METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1966.S37081Yea vote
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s89v426TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 3688, A BILL FOR MORTGAGE CREDIT STIMULATION FOR FHA- AND VA-ASSISTED RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION.S36881Yea vote
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s89v427TO AMEND H.R. 13712, THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS AMENDMENTS OF 1966, BY PROVIDING THAT THE BILL'S INITIAL NEW MINIMUM WAGE RATE OF $1.40 SHALL BE FOR 2 YEARS, BEGINNING FEBRUARY 1, 1967, INSTEAD OF ONLY 1 YEAR, BEFORE THE $1.60 RATE BEGAN.HR137126Nay vote
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s89v435TO AMEND H.R. 13712, FAIR LABOR STANDARDS, BY SETTING A MINIMUM WAGE OF $1.40 AN HOUR ($1.00 FOR NEWLY COVERED WORKERS) FOR THE FIRST EFFECTIVE YEAR OF THE LEGISLATION, WITH COST-OF-LIVING INCREASES THEREAFTER.HR137126Nay vote
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s89v438TO PASS H.R. 13712, THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS AMENDMENTS OF 1966HR137121Yea vote
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s89v439TO AMEND H.R. 14929, THE FOOD FOR PEACE ACT OF 1966, BY LIMITING THE BILL'S AUTHORIZATION TO 1 YEAR (INSTEAD OF 2 YEARS).HR149296Nay vote
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s89v444TO PASS H.R. 14929, THE FOOD FOR PEACE ACT OF 1966.HR149291Yea vote
public law 89-808
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s89v445TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 15750, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1966 (FOR FISCAL YEAR 1967).HR157501Yea vote
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s89v446TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 13712, THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS AMENDMENTS OF 1966HR137121Yea vote
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s89v447TO INVOKE CLOTURE ON HART MOTION THAT THE SENATE PROCEED TO CONSIDER H.R. 14765, THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1966HR147651Yea vote
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s89v448TO INVOKE CLOTURE ON HART MOTION THAT THE SENATE PROCEED TO CONSIDER H.R. 14765, THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1966.HR147651Yea vote
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s89v453TO AGREE TO A MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 14745, THE 1967 LABOR AND HEW APPROPRIATIONS, RESTORING BY $570,000 FUNDS WHICH HAD BEEN CUT FROM THE ADMINISTRATION REQUEST FOR ENFORCEMENT OF TITLE VI (FEDERALLY ASSISTED PROGRAMS) OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964.HR147451Yea vote
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s89v454TO AMEND H.R. 14745, THE 1967 LABOR AND HEW APPROPRIATIONS, BY REDUCING CERTAIN SPECIFIED ITEMS OF APPROPRIATIONS BY A TOTAL OF $181,414,000.HR147451Yea vote
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s89v457TO AMEND H.R. 14745, THE 1967 LABOR AND HEW APPROPRIATION, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH TO THE HOUSE FIGURE.HR147451Yea vote
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s89v458TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION FOR THE TREATY OF AMITY AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH THE TOGOLESE REPUBLIC, SIGNED AT LOME ON FEBRUARY 8, 1966 (EXEC. E, 89TH CONG. 2ND SESS.).EXECE1Yea vote
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s89v459TO RECOMMIT H.R. 14745, THE 1967 LABOR AND HEW APPROPRIATIONS, WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO REPORT IT BACK WITH TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS NOT TO EXCEED BUDGET ESTIMATES.HR147451Yea vote
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s89v460TO AGREE TO MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 14745, THE LABOR AND HEW APPROPRIATIONS, REDUCING BY 25% THE AMOUNT BY WHICH EACH APPROPRIATION IN THE BILL FOR THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH EXCEEDED THAT FOR 1966.HR147451Yea vote
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s89v461TO PASS H.R. 14745, THE LABOR AND HEW APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1967.HR147451Yea vote
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s89v462TO PASS H.R. 15963, A BILL TO ESTABLISH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.HR159631Yea vote
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s89v464TO AMEND S. 3164, THE 1966 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS, BY TRANSFERING THE JOBS CORPS PROGRAM TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.S31646Nay vote
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s89v466TO AGREE TO DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE FOR MANSFIELD AMENDMENT TO S. 3164, THE 1966 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS. THE SUBSTITUTE REDUCES THE COMMITTEE BILL'S 1967 AUTHORIZATION FROM $2,496 TO $1,750 MILLION (THE BUDGET FIGURE).S31641Yea vote
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s89v469TO PASS S. 3164, THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS OF 1966S31641Yea vote
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s89v470TO AMEND H.R. 17788, THE FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1967, BY REDUCING THE MILITARY ASSISTANCE FUNDS TO THE AMOUNT PROVIDED BY THE SENATE IN THE AUTHORIZATION BILL.HR177886Nay vote
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s89v471TO PASS H.R. 17788, THE FOREIGN AID APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1967.HR177881Yea vote
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s89v472TO AGREE TO SECTION 1 OF THE DIRKSEN AMENDMENT (TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT) TO S. 3046, THE 1966 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION AMENDMENTS, TO EXCLUDE THE FISCAL YEAR 1967 FOR THE COUNTING OF ORPHANS, DELINQUENTS, AND FOSTER CHILDREN UNDER TITLE I, PART A (FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES), FOR A SAVINGS OF $70 MILLION.S30461Yea vote
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s89v473TO AGREE TO SECTION 2 OF DIRKSEN AMENDMENT (TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT) TO S. 3046, THE 1966 EDUCATION AMENDMENT, TO CONTINUE THE LOW-INCOME FACTOR OT $2,000 THROUGH JUNE 30, 1967, AFTER WHICH IT WOULD INCREASE TO $3,000.S30461Yea vote
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s89v474TO AGREE TO SECTIONS 3 AND 4 OF DIRKSEN AMENDMENT (TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT) TO S. 3046, THE 1966 EDUCATION AMENDMENTS, TO POSTPONE UNTIL AFTER JUNE 30, 1967, THE UPDATING OF THE STATISTICS FOR AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN, WITH A SAVINGS OF $20 MILLION.S30461Yea vote
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s89v475TO AGREE TO SECTIONS 5, 6 AND 7 OF DIRKSEN AMENDMENT (TO COMMITTEE AMENDMENT) TO S. 3046, THE 1966 EDUCATION AMENDMENTS, (1) CUTTING $20 MILLION IN AUTHORIZATIONS FOR SCHOOL LIBRARIES, (2) $50 MILLION IN AUTHORIZATIONS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION CENTERS, AND (3) $8 MILLION IN GRANTS TO STRENGTHEN STATE DEPARTMENTS OF EDUCATION.S30461Yea vote
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s89v476TO RECOMMIT S. 3046, THE 1966 EDUCATION AMENDMENT WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO BE REPORTED BACK WITH TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS NOT TO EXCEED BUDGET ESTIMATES.S30461Yea vote
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s89v477TO PASS S. 3046, THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1966.S30461Yea vote
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s89v479TO PASS H.R. 17787, THE PUBLIC WORKS APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1967.HR177871Yea vote
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s89v480TO INVOKE CLOTURE ON MORSE AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 14644, THE HIGHER EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1966, PROVIDING HOME RULE FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIAHR146441Yea vote
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s89v481TO PASS H.R. 15748, A BILL AUTHORIZING SPECIAL LEAVE FOR VOLUNTARY EXTENDED TOUR OF DUTY IN VIETNAM IN ARMED FORCES.HR157481Yea vote
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s89v482TO PASS H.R. 17636, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1967.HR176361Yea vote
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s89v487TO AMEND H.R. 13103, THE FOREIGN INVESTORS TAX ACT, BY REMOVING SPECIAL LIMITATIONS RE DEDUCTIBILITY OF CONTRIBUTIONS TO PENSION PLANS BY SELF-EMPLOYED.HR131036Nay vote
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s89v490TO AGREE TO RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON LOAD LINES, 1966 (EXEC. S. 89TH CONG., 2ND SESS.).EXECS1Yea vote
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s89v491TO AMEND H.R. 17607, A BILL ON SUSPENSION OF INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT AND ACCELERATED DEPRECIATION, BY STRIKING EXEMPTION IN THE BILL FOR RAILROAD ROLLING STOCK.HR176071Yea vote
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s89v492TO AGREE TO A SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 17607, A TAX CREDIT BILL, ADDING TO THE BILL'S EXEMPTION FOR FREIGHT CARS, HIGHWAY TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS USED IN COMMERCIAL FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION.HR176076Nay vote
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s89v493TO AMEND H.R. 17607, A TAX CREDIT BILL, EXEMPTING AIRCRAFT ACQUIRED PURSUANT TO EXERCISE OF OPTION UNDER CONTRACT BINDING AS OF OCTOBER 9, 1966.HR176076Nay vote
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s89v494TO PASS H.R. 17607, A BILL ON SUSPENSION OF INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT AND ACCELERATED DEPRECIATION.HR176071Yea vote
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s89v495TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 3708, THE DEMONSTRATION CITIES AND METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1966S37081Yea vote
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s89v497TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 13103, THE FOREIGN INVESTORS TAX ACT OF 1966.HR131031Yea vote
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