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President's Positions on 90th Senate Roll Call Votes


Vote#Description (Highlights are coding aids) asc / dscBill/ResPres "Vote"Pres NotesSenators 
s90v19TO PASS H.R. 4573, A BILL TO PROVIDE A PERMANENT INCREASE IN THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT.HR45736Nay vote
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s90v20TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4573, A BILL TO PROVIDE AN INCREASE IN THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT. AS PASSED BY THE SENATE, THE NEW CEILING OF $336 BILLION WAS PERMANENT. AS PASSED BY THE HOUSE, THE CEILING WAS TEMPORARY, AND THE HOUSE VERSIONHR45731Yea vote
PL 90-3
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s90v21TO RATIFY THREE FISHERIES TREATIES, DEALING RESPECTIVELY WITH FISHERY RESOURCES IN NORTHEASTERN ATLANTIC, INCREASING THE SIZE OF COMMISSION ON GREAT LAKES FISHING AND A COMMISSION TO FORMULATE MEASURES FOR CONSERVATION OF TUNA.TREATIES1Yea vote
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s90v22TO RATIFY 2 TREATIES WHICH REDUCE AND STANDARDIZE THE NUMBER OF PAPERS THAT SHIPS MUST LEAVE WITH AUTHORITIES ON ENTERING AND LEAVING PORTS.TREATIES1Yea vote
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s90v23TO RATIFY SEVERAL TREATIES, EN BLOC, WHICH MAKE EASIER THE TEMPORARY IMPORTATION OF CERTAIN EQUIPMENT, AND HAVE THE COMMON AIM OF FACILILATING INTERNATIONAL TRADE.TREATIES1Yea vote
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s90v26TO PASS S. 665.S6651Yea vote
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s90v44TO AMEND A CONSULAR CONVENTION WITH THE U.S.S.R., BY DELETING A PROVISION FOR IMMUNITY FROM CRIMINAL JURISDICTION FOR SOVIET CONSULAR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES.EXECD6Nay vote
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s90v45TO AGREE TO EXECUTIVE RESERVATION NO. 1 TO EXEC. D, WHICH PROVIDES THAT THE CONVENTION SHALL NOT GO INTO EFFECT UNTIL THE U.S.S.R. AGREES TO CERTAIN CONDITIONS INVOLVING FREEDOM OF THE PRESSEXECD6Nay vote
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s90v46TO AGREE TO EXECUTIVE RESERVATION NO. 2 TO EX.D, PROVIDING THAT A CONSULAR CONVENTION WITH THE SOVIET UNION WILL NOT TAKE EFFECT UNTIL THE PRESIDENT ADVISES THE CONGRESS THAT THE WAR IN VIETNAM IS OVER, OR, THAT THE WITHDRAWAL OF COMBAT TROOPS EXECD6Nay vote
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s90v48TO AGREE TO EXECUTIVE RESERVATION NUMBER 4 TO EXECUTIVE D, ADDING THE FOLLOWING LANGUAGE TO THE CONVENTION. ''NOTHING IN THIS CONVENTION SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS IN ANY WAY DIMINISHING, ABRIDGING, OR WEAKENING THE RIGHT OF THE UNITED STATES TO SAFEXECD6Nay vote
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s90v49TO AGREE TO EXECUTIVE UNDERSTANDING NO. 1, WITH REFERENCE TO EXECUTIVE D. THE UNDERSTANDING ADDS TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION THE HOPE OF THE SENATE THAT BEFORE THE U.S. CONSENTS TO THE OPENING BY THE SOVIET UNION OF ANY CONSULAR ESTABLISHEXECD6Nay vote
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s90v50TO RATIFY EXEC. D, A CONSULAR CONVENTION WITH THE SOVIET UNION WHICH REGULATES THE CONSULAR AFFAIRS OF EACH COUNTRY IN THE TERRITORY OF THE OTHER, AND THE TREATMENT TO BE ACCORDED TO CONSULAR OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES. IT PROVIDES THAT WHEN A NATEXECD1Yea vote
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s90v51TO PASS H.R. 7123, A BILL TO PROVIDE $12 BILLION IN ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOR SUPPORT OF MILITARY OPERATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA.HR71231Yea vote
Req 900216
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s90v52TO PASS S. 666, A BILL AUTHORIZING $20 BILLION FOR PROCUREMENT OF HARDWARE FOR ALL BRANCHES OF THE ARMED SERVICES.S6661Yea vote
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s90v53TO RATIFY EXEC E, A SAFETY-AT-SEA-TREATY, REQUIRING HIGHER FIRE SAFETY STANDARDS ON PASSENGER VESSELS.EXECE1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v54TO PASS S.J. RES. 65, A RESOLUTION EXTENDING THE PROVISIONS OF EXISTING LAW PROHIBITING, FOR A LIMITED TIME, STRIKES AND CHANGES IN THE WORK RULES INVOLVED IN THIS RAILWAY LABOR DISPUTE FOR AN ADDITIONAL 20 DAYS, THUS POSTPONING A STRIKE.SJR651Yea vote
Req 900008
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s90v59TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY REPEALING THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND ACT OF 1966 AS OF JULY 1, 1967.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v60TO RATIFY EXEC C, A CONVENTION DESIGNED TO INSURE THAT PARTIES INVOLVED IN A SUIT BE GIVEN TIMELY NOTICE WITH RESPECT TO JUDICIAL AND EXTRAJUDICIAL DOCUMENTS SERVED ABROAD AND TO FACILITATE INTERNATIONAL JUDICAL ASSISTANCE BY SIMPLIFYING AND EXEXECC1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v61TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY PROVIDING A SLIDING SCALE FOR ALLOWABLE TAX CREDITS FOR PAYING COLLEGE EXPENSES. THE TAX CREDIT WOULD BE AVAILABLE, UNDER THIS AMENDMENT, ONLY TO TAXPAYERS WITH AN ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME LESS THAN $24,000.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v62TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY ALLOWING TAX CREDITS FOR THOSE INDIVIDUALS PAYING COLLEGE EXPENSES.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v63TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY REDUCING EXCISE TAX ON TELEPHONES FROM 10% TO 3%, UNTIL APRIL 1, 1968, AT WHICH TIME EXCISE TAX IS SCHEDULED TO REDUCE TO 1%.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v64TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY REDUCING EXCISE TAX ON AUTOMOBILES FROM 7% TO 4%, WITH A FURTHER REDUCTION TO 2% ALREADY SCHEDULED TO TAKE EFFECT MAR. 31, 1968.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v65TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY AMENDING TITLE II OF SOCIAL SECURITY ACT, LOWERING FROM 62 TO 60 THE AGE AT WHICH BENEFITS MAY BE PAID.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v66TO RATIFY EXEC O, INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONVENTION.EXECO1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v67TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY INCREASING SCOIAL SECURITY BENEFITS, TO BE PAID FOR OUT OF GENERAL REVENUE RATHER THAN SOCIAL SECURITY PAYROLL TAX. MINIMUM BENEFITS WOULD BE RAISED FROM $44 TO $70 AND THE AVERAGE PAYMENT RAISED FROM $83.50 TO 97.70.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v68TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY EXTENDING HOSPITALIZATION BENEFITS UNDER MEDICARE TO 70,000 OLDER CITIZENS WHO ARE 65 AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SOCIAL SECURITY OR RAILROAD RETIREMENT BENEFITS.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v69TO TABLE AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6950, WHICH REGULATES THE IMPORTING OF LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS, SETTING AS A LIMIT THE 5-YEAR AVERAGE OF 1958-1962, REDUCING THE ALLOWABLE LEVEL FROM 1 BILLION TO 750 MILLION POUNDS.HR69501Yea vote
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s90v70TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY REGULATING THE IMPORTATION OF LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS, SETTING AS A LIMIT THE 5-YEAR AVERAGE OF 1958-1962, THUS REDUCING THE ALLOWABLE LEVEL FROM 1 BILLION TO 750 MILLION POUNDS.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v71TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY ADDING A TITLE II, THE HONEST ELECTION ACT OF 1967, IN PLACE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND ACT OF 1966, REPEALED BY GORE AMENDMENT. TITLE II CHANGES THAT STATUTE IN CERTAIN WAYS, INCLUDING, AMONG OTHERS, INCOHR69501Yea vote
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s90v72TO RATIFY EXEC. D, 90TH-1, FOR THE PEACEFUL USE OF OUTER SPACE.EXECD1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v74TO TABLE AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6950, WHICH WOULD STRIKE SECTION 5 OF THE BILL, REPEALING THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND ACT.HR69506Nay vote
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s90v75TO PASS S. 602, THE APPALACHIAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1967, A BILL TO INCREASE HIGHWAY AUTHORIZA- TION, PROVIDE PLANNING GRANTS FOR HEALTH PROJECTS, ENCOURAGE MODERATE AND LOW-COST HOUSING , PROVIDE PLANNING MONEY FOR TIMBER PRS6021Yea vote
Req 900323
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s90v77TO PASS H.J. RES. 543, A FURTHER EXTENSION OF THE PERIOD PROVIDED UNDER RAILWAY LABOR ACT IN WHICH LABOR AND MANAGEMENT MUST NEGOTIATE, BEFORE A STRIKE CAN BEGIN.HJR5431Yea vote
Req 900009
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s90v78TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY DELETING SEC. 5, WHICH REPEALS THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND ACT AS OF JULY 31, 1967.HR69501Yea vote
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s90v79TO RATIFY EXEC. G, 88TH-1, A CONVENTION CONCERNING THE EXCHANGE OF OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS.EXECG1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v80TO RATIFY EXEC. A, 90-1, AMENDING THE U.N. CHARTER BY INCREASING FROM 7 TO 9 THE NUMBER OF SECURITY COUNCIL MEMBERS WHO MAY CALL, TOGETHER WITH 2/3 OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY, FOR A CONFERENCE TO REVIEW THE U.N. CHARTER.EXECA1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v81TO RATIFY EXECUTIVE G, 90TH-1, A CONVENTION WHICH ATTEMPTS TO INSURE THAT PRODUCTION AND USE OF NARCOTIC DRUGS ARE RESTRICTED TO MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES.EXECG1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v82TO AMEND H.R. 6950, BY PROVIDING THAT ''THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND ACT SHALL BE INOPERATIVE AFTER SEPT. 15, 1967, UNLESS CONGRESS BY LAW SHALL OTHERWISE DIRECT.'' (THE VICE-PRESIDENT VOTED NAY TO BREAK THE TIE.)HR69506Nay vote
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s90v84TO PASS H.R. 6950, WHICH RESTORES A 7% INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT AND ALLOWANCE OF ACCELERATED DEPRECIATION IN THE CASE OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY, AND AS AMENDED, PROVIDES THAT NO FUNDS SHALL BE COLLECTED UNDER THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUNDHR69501Yea vote
Req 900254
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s90v86TO AMEND S. 1432, BY EXTENDING THE PRESENT UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING AND SERVICE ACT FOR TWO RATHER THAN FOUR YEARS.S14326Nay vote
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s90v87TO AMEND S. 1432, BY MAKING SERVICE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA VOLUNTARY.S14326Nay vote
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s90v88TO AMEND S. 1432, BY REDUCING THE LENGTH OF SERVICE OF DRAFTEES FROM 2 YEARS TO A MAXIMUM OF 18 MONTHS.S14326Nay vote
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s90v92TO PASS S. 1432, THE SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT OF 1967.S14321Yea vote
Req 900218-19
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s90v93TO RECOMMIT THE NOMINATION OF RUTHERFORD M. POOTS AS DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR OF A.I.D.NOMIN6Nay vote
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s90v94CONFERMATION OF NOMINATION OF RUTHERFORD M. POOTS A DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR OF A.I.D.NOMIN1Yea vote
Nominee
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s90v96TO PASS H.R. 9481, SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, 1967.HR94811Yea vote
PL 90-21
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s90v97TO PASS H.R. 7501, TREASURY, POST OFFICE AND EXECUTIVE OFFICE APPROPRIATIONS, 1968.HR75011Yea vote
PL 90-47
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s90v99TO AMEND S. RES. 81, A RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE A MEDIATION PROCESS FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF THE RAILWAY LABOR DISPUTE, BY INSTRUCTING THE GOVERNEMNT TO SEIZE 10% OF RAILROAD PROFITS, DURING THE PERIOD THAT DETERMINATION OF MEDIATION BOARD IS IN EFFESJR816Nay vote
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s90v100TO AMEND S.J. RES. 81, BY PROVIDING THAT, ON DETERMINATION BY THE PRESIDENT OF A NATIONAL EMERGENCY, THE RAILROADS MAY BE SEIZED AND RUN BY THE GOVERNMENT FOR 90 DAYS, DURING WHICH TIME LABOR AND MANAGEMENT ARE EXPECTED TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIOSJR816Nay vote
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s90v101TO PASS S.J.RES. 81.SJR811Yea vote
Req 900010
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s90v105TO PASS S. 1030, A BILL REVISING THE METHOD OF FINANCING THE INFORMATIONAL MEDIA GUARANTEE PROGRAM, AND CLARIFYING THE LAW RESPECTING DOMESTIC AVAILABILITY OF U.S.I.A. MATERIALS.S10301Yea vote
Req 890422
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s90v106CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 1432, THE SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT OF 1967. THE SENATE ACCEPTED CERTAIN HOUSE AMENDMENTS, MAKING CONCIENTOUS OBJECTOR STATUS HARDER TO OBTAIN, AND CHANGED THE HOUSE PROPOSAL FOR ''NEGATIVE VETO'' OF PRESIDENTIAL LOTTERY PROS14321Yea vote
Req 900218-19
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s90v113TO AMEND H.R. 10867, A BILL TO INCREASE THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT, BY INCREASING THE LIMIT TO $348 BILLION RATHER THAN TO $358 BILLION, AS PROVIDED IN THE BILL.HR108676Nay vote
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s90v114TO AMEND H.R. 10867, BY STRIKING THAT PORTION OF THE BILL WHICH PROVIDES THAT THE DEBT LIMIT OF $358 BILLION BE INCREASED TEMPORARILY TO $365 BILLION EVERY JULY 1, BUT MUST FALL BACK TO $358 BY THE NEXT JUNE 29.HR108676Nay vote
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s90v117TO PASS H.R. 10867.HR108671Yea vote
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s90v119TO AMEND S. 1296, BY REDUCING THE AUTHORIZATION THEREIN.S12966Nay vote
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s90v120TO AMEND S. 1296, BY REDUCING THE AUTHORIZATION THEREIN FROM $4.8 TO $4.7 BILLION.S12966Nay vote
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s90v121TO PASS H.R. 10730, A BILL TO AMEND THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1967.HR107301Yea vote
Req 900035, 900324
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s90v122TO AMEND H.R. 10943, A BILL TO AMEND TITLE V OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965, BY EXTENDING THE SCHOOL DISASTER PROGRAM FOR 2 YEARS, EXTENDING PROVISIONS OF P.L. 815 FOR 2 YEARS, AND EXTENDING ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT OF 1965 THR109436Nay vote
Req 900011
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s90v123TO AMEND H.R. 10943, A BILL TO AMEND TITLE V OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965, BY EXTENDING THE AUTHORIZATION FOR SCHOOL DISASTER FUND WHICH IS NOT PROVIDED FOR IN H.R. 10943 AND WHICH WILL EXPIRE JUNE 30.HR109436Nay vote
Req 900011
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s90v126TO PASS S. 5, TRUTH-IN-LENDING ACT, A MEASURE REQUIRING THE DISCLOSURE OF FINANCE CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH EXTENSION OF CREDIT.S51Yea vote
Req 900083
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s90v127TO AMEND H.R. 10918, AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS TO THE A.E.C., BY DELETING THE AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CONTROVERSIAL 200 BEV ACCELERATOR, A RESEARCH TOOL TO BE BUILT AT WESTON, ILLINOIS. THE ACCELERATOR WAS OPPOSED BOTH ON GROUNDS OF EXPENSEHR109186Nay vote
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s90v128TO AMEND H.R. 10509, AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATIONS, 1968, BY REDUCING APPROPRIATIONS TO COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION.HR105091Yea vote
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s90v130TO AMEND H.R. 10509, BY PROVIDING $220 MILLION TO MEET THE OBLIGATIONS INCURRED BY THE AGRICULTURE CONSERVATION PAYMENTS.HR105091Yea vote
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s90v131TO PASS H.R. 10509.HR105091Yea vote
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s90v134CONFERENCE REPORT. TO AMEND A MOTION TO ACCEPT HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO S.J. RES. 81, A RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE A MEDIATION PROCESS FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF THE RAILWAY LABOR DISPUTE, BY PROVIDING THAT LABOR AND MANAGEMENT ARE REQUIRED TO ACCEPT OR REJECSJR816Nay vote
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s90v135CONFERENCE REPORT ON S.J. RES. 81, TO AMEND A MOTION TO ACCEPT HOUSE AMENDMENTS, BY PROVIDING THAT THE DETERMINATION OF THE SPECIAL MEDIATION BOARD IS TO BE FINAL.SJR811Yea vote
Req 900010
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s90v136TO PASS S. 780, A BILL STRENGTHENING REGULATORY MEASURES AND RESEARCH TO PREVENT AND ABATE AIR POLLUTION.S7801Yea vote
Req 900222-30, 900233
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s90v138TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 10368, LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS BILL FOR FISCAL 1968.HR103681Yea vote
PL 90-57
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s90v139TO AMEND H.R. 6098, A BILL EXTENDING THE INTEREST EQUALIZATION TAX FOR 2 YEARS. SENATOR WILLIAMS' AMENDMENT WOULD REDUCE THIS EXTENSION TO ONE YEAR.HR60986Nay vote
Req 900250
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s90v140TO AMEND H.R. 6098, THE INTEREST EQUALIZATION TAX EXTENSION ACT OF 1967, BY PROVIDING THAT INTEREST EQUALIZATION SHALL NOT APPLY ON THE ASSUMPTION OF A DEBT LIABILITY WHEN PROPERTY IS PUT INTO TRUST AND THEN THE TRUST SELLS IT.HR60981Yea vote
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s90v141TO RATIFY EXEC. H, 90TH C. 1ST SEN, PARTIAL REVISION OF THE RADIO REGULATIONS, GENEVA, 1959.EXECH1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v142TO AMEND H.R. 10196, LABOR, H.E.W. APPROPRIATIONS, 1968, BY INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS FOR TEACHERS CORPS.HR101961Yea vote
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s90v143TO AMEND H.R. 10196, BY INCREASING THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED THEREIN FOR CONSTRUCTION OF MENTAL RETARDATION FACILITIES.HR101966Nay vote
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s90v144TO RECOMMIT H.R. 10196 TO COMM. ON APPROPRIATIONS, WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO REDUCE APPROPRIATIONS BY 5%.HR101966Nay vote
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s90v145TO PASS H.R. 10196.HR101961Yea vote
PL 90-132
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s90v147TO PASS S. 119, A BILL TO PRESERVE WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS.S1191Yea vote
Req 900242, 900547
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s90v149TO AMEND S. 1155. S. 1155 SAYS THAT IT IS THE POLICY OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE BANK SHALL NOT EXTEND CREDIT TO A COMMUNIST COUNTRY, UNLESS THE PRESIDENT STATES THAT IT WOULD BE IN THE NATIONAL INTEREST. SEN. DIRKSEN'S AMENDMENT REMOVES THE ''POLS11556Nay vote
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s90v150TO AMEND S. 1155, BY PROVIDING THAT THE BANK SHALL NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY CREDIT TRANSACTIONS WITH ANY COUNTRY WITH WHICH U.S. IS ENGAGED IN ARMED CONFLICT, OR WITH ANY COUNTRY GIVING AID TO A COUNTRY IN ARMED CONFLICT WITH U.S.S11556Nay vote
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s90v154TO AMEND S. 1872, THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1967, BY REINSTATING SEVERAL AUTHORITIES RELATING TO CREDIT SALES OF MILITARY ITEMS.S18721Yea vote
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s90v155TO TABLE AN AMENDMENT TO S. 1872. ON THE PREVIOUS VOTE, ROLL CALL NUMBER 1218, AN AMENDMENT OFFERED BY SEN. JACKSON WAS DEFEATED. SEN. TOWER INTRODUCED THE IDENTICAL AMENDMENT EXCEPT DELETING LANGUAGE IN THE JACKSON AMENDMENT WHICH WOULD EMPOWES18726Nay vote
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s90v156TO AMEND S. 1872. ON THE PREVIOUS VOTE (SEE ROLL CALL 1219) THE SENATE VOTED NOT TO TABLE THIS AMENDMENT OFFERED BY SEN. TOWER.S18721Yea vote
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s90v157TO TABLE MOTION TO RECONSIDER VOTE BY WHICH SEN. TOWER'S AMENDMENT WAS DEFEATED. (SEE ROLL CALL 1219)S18726Nay vote
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s90v158TO AMEND S. 1872, BY RESTORING A.I.D.'S EXISTING EXTENDED- RISK GUARANTY AUTHORITY TO PROTECT 75% OF INVESTMENTS FROM LOSS FOR ANY REASON, OTHER THAN COMMERCIALLY INSURABLE RISK NOT DUE TO FRAUD OR MISCONDUCT BY INVESTORS. THE PENDING BILL REDUS18721Yea vote
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s90v159TO AMEND S. 1872, BY PROVIDING THAT THOSE COUNTRIES WHICH BORROW MONEY FROM THE DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUND SHALL, DURING THE INITIAL 10-YEAR GRACE PERIOD, PAY INTEREST AT THE RATE OF AT LEAST 2% RATHER THAN THE 1% NOW PROVIDED BY LAW.S18726Nay vote
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s90v160TO AMEND S. 1872, BY PROVIDING THAT EXTENDED RISK GUARANTIES FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENTS MAY BE CONTRACTED FOR BY A.I.D. FOR 1 YEAR OVER AND ABOVE TIME FIXED BY COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS.S18721Yea vote
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s90v161TO AMEND S. 1872, BY AUTHORIZING APPROPRIATIONS OF $650 MILLION TO ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS. THE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZED $578 MILLION AND THE ADMINISTRATION REQUESTED $643 MILLION.S18721Yea vote
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s90v162TO AMEND S. 1872, BY REDUCING AUTHORIZATION FOR DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUND BY $100 MILLION.S18726Nay vote
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s90v163TO AMEND S. 1872, BY INCREASING THE AUTHORIZATION FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FUNDS TO THE LEVEL REQUESTED BY THE ADMINISTRATION.S18721Yea vote
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s90v164TO AMEND S. 1872, BY DECREASING THE AUTHORIZATION FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FUNDS.S18726Nay vote
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s90v166TO AMEND S. 1872, BY REDUCING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR CONTINGENCY FUND FROM $50 MILLION TO $40 MILLION.S18726Nay vote
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s90v167TO AMEND S. 1872, BY PROVIDING THAT IN DECIDING WHETHER TO PROVIDE, OR CONTINUE TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO ANY COUNTRY, THE STATUS OF THAT COUNTRY WITH REGARD TO ECONOMIC OBLIGATIONS TO U.N. SHALL BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT.S18726Nay vote
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s90v168TO PASS S. 1872.S18721Yea vote
Req 900058-59, 900062-63
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s90v169TO AMEND H.R. 10738, DEPT. OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 1968, BY PROVIDING FOR A CUT OF 10% IN THE DEFENSE APPROPRIATION BUDGET, WITH THE PROVISION THAT THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE MAY MAKE ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS BETWEEN APPROPRIATIONS IN THHR107386Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v170TO AMEND H.R. 10738, BY REDUCING APPROPRIATIONS TO THE NATIONAL BOARD FOR THE PROMOTION OF RIFLE PRACTICE FROM $480,000 TO $200,000, AND ELIMINATING THE PROVISION AUTHORIZING THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE TO PROVIDE FREE AMMUNITION TO THE BOARD.HR107386Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v173TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 16, VETERANS PENSION AND READJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1967.S161Yea vote
Req 900313-22
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s90v174TO AMEND S. 1688, INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ACT, BY REDUCING THE APPROPRIATION FOR THE FUND FOR SPECIAL OPERATIONS FROM $900 TO $750 MILLION.S16886Nay vote
Req 900055
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s90v175TO PASS S. 1688, INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ACT.S16881Yea vote
Req 900055
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s90v176CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF THURGOOD MARSHALL, THE FIRST NEGRO APPOINTED TO THE SUPREME COURT.NOMIN1Yea vote
Nominee
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s90v177TO RATIFY EXECUTIVE P 89TH C, SECOND SES., TREATY OF AMITY AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN THE U.S.A. AND THE KINGDOM OF THAILAND.EXECP1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v181TO AMEND S. 1880, BY SUBSTITUTING THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL FOR THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE AND THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE IN THE ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF S. 1880.S18806Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v183TO PASS S. 1880, A BILL REQUIRING COMPLETE DISCLOSURE OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND EXPENDITURES. LIMITATIONS ON EXPENDITURES ARE REMOVED FOR CANDIDATES AND POLITICAL COMMITTEES, BUT LIMITATIONS ON INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTIONS REMAIN.S18801Yea vote
Req 890605, 900170-75
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s90v186CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 10738, DEPT. OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS, 1968, TO RECEDE ON DISAGREEMENT TO A HOUSE AMENDMENT SPECIFYING THAT NONE OF THE FUNDS IN H.R. 1073, MAY BE USED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NAVAL VESSELS IN FOREIGN SHIPYARDS.HR107381Yea vote
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s90v187RATIFICATION OF EXEC. I 90TH C, 1ST SESS. CONSULAR CONVENTION BETWEEN U.S.A. AND FRANCE.EXECI1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v192TO AMEND H.R. 9960, BY AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF $850 MILLION OF PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES FOR VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, AN INCREASE OF $550 MILLION FROM THE AMOUNT THAT AUTHORIZED IN PENDING BILL.HR99601Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v193TO AMEND H.R. 9960, BY RAISING APPROPRIATIONS FOR 'NEIGHBORHOOD FACILITIES.''HR99601Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v194TO AMEND H.R. 9960, BY RAISING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE MODEL CITIES PROGRAM.HR99601Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v195TO AMEND H.R. 9960. THE RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM, FOR WHICH THE BUDGET REQUESTED $40 MILLION, WAS ELIMINATED BY THE HOUSE. THE COMMITTEE AMENDEMNT RESTORES THE BUDGET AMOUNT, SEN. LAUSCHE'S AMENDMENT TO THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT APPROPRIATES $20 MHR99606Nay vote
Req 900334
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s90v196TO AMEND H.R. 9960, BY RESTORING THE BUDGET REQUEST FOR $40 MILLION FOR THE RENT SUBSIDY PROGRAM.HR99601Yea vote
Req 900334
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s90v198TO AMEND H.R. 9960, BY RESTORING THE AUTHORIZATION FOR SALE OF PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES FOR SEVERAL HOUSING AGENCIES TO THE BUDGET REQUEST LEVEL OF $2.4 BILLION.HR99601Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v199TO AMEND H.R. 9960, BY APPROPRIATING $42 MILLION FOR INTEREST PAYMENTS ON PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES. THE HOUSE VERSION APPROPRIATED $23 MILLION.HR99601Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v200TO PASS H.R. 9960.HR99601Yea vote
PL 90-121
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s90v201TO PASS H.R. 11722, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION AUTHORIZATION, 1968HR117221Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s90v202TO AMEND S 2388, ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS OF 1967, BY PROVIDING THAT AT LEAST 40% OF MALE JOB CORPS ENROLLEES BE ASSIGNED TO CONSERVATION CENTERS.S23881Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v204TO AMEND S. 2388, BY TRANSFERRING THE HEADSTART PROGRAM FROM THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE.S23886Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v205TO AMEND S. 2388, BY ENDING THE JOBS CORPS, AND SUBSTITUTING AN ADDITIONAL $195 MILLION AUTHORIZATION FOR VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL TRAINING UNDER THE MANPOWER ACT OF 1963.S23886Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v206TO AMEND S. 2388. TITLE II OF S. 2388 AUTHORIZES $1.1 BILLION YEARLY FOR AN EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT FUND. THE RIBICOFF AMENDMENT AUTHORIZES THE PRESIDENT TO TRANSFER UP TO 2% OF NON-DEFENSE MONEY FROM CURRENT BUDGET (WHICH WOULD TOTAL $1.1 BILLIONS23886Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v207TO AMEND S. 2388. TITLE II OF S. 2388 IS AN ''EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT ACT.'' PROUTY AMENDMENT REDUCES AUTHORIZATION FROM $28 BILLION, TO $875 MILLION. A PART B IS ADDED TO TITLE II, UNDER WHICH THE SECRETARY OF LABOR IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE GRANTS TS23886Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v208TO RECOMMIT S. 2388, WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO DELETE TITLE II, INCLUDING AN EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT ACT.S23881Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v212TO AMEND S. 2388, BY REDUCING THE AUTHORIZATION IN S. 2388 BY $198 MILLION, THE AMOUNT BY WHICH AUTHORIZATION IS OVER BUDGET.S23881Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v214TO PASS S. 2388.S23881Yea vote
Req 900291-307
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s90v215TO AMEND H.R. 11456, DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS, FOR YEAR 1968, BY REDUCING APPROPRIATIONS FOR CIVIL SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT DEVELOPMENT FROM $142,375,000 TO $1 MILLION.HR114566Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v216TO AMEND H.R. 11456, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE FAA.HR114561Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v217TO PASS H.R. 11456.HR114561Yea vote
PL 90-112
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s90v218TO AMEND H.R. 12474, NASA APPROPRIATIONS, FOR YEAR 1968, BY REDUCING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SEVERAL N.A.S.A. PROGRAMS BY ABOUT $100 MILLION.HR124741Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v219TO AMEND H.R. 12474, BY REDUCING APPROPRIATIONS FOR VOYAGER.HR124741Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v220TO PASS H.R. 12474.HR124741Yea vote
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s90v221TO AMEND H.R. 11641, PUBLIC WORKS AND ATOMIC ENERGY APPROPRIATION BILL, 1968, BY ELIMINATING $390 MILLION IN NEW PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS FROM THE BILL.HR116411Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v223TO PASS H.R. 11641, APPROPRIATING APPROXIMATELY $1.8 BILLION FOR VARIOUS PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS IN SUCH AREAS AS FLOOD CONTROL, WATER POLLUTION, AND ELECTRIC POWER PRODUCTION.HR116411Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s90v225TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND OFFER S. 2171, PROVIDING DUTIES AND FUNDS FOR THE SUBERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL BOARD, AS AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 10345.S21711Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v226TO AMEND H.R. 10345, BY REDUCING THE APPROPRIATION FOR THE SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL BOARD TO APPROXIMATELY $300,000.00HR103456Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v227TO AMEND S. 2171, A BILL TO AMEND THE SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL ACT OF 1950, BY ADDING A SECTION PROVIDING THAT THE BOARD SHALL CEASE TO EXIST ON JUNE 30, 1969, IF AT THE DETERMINATION OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO BE STATED ON OR BEFORE JANUAS21711Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v228TO AMEND S. 2171, BY ADDING A SECTION PROVIDING THAT THE BOARD SHALL CEASE TO EXIST ON JANUARY 1, 1968.S21716Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v229TO PASS S. 2171, AMENDING THE SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL ACT OF 1950, BY ELIMINATING THE POWER OF THE BOARD TO REQUIRE REGISTRATION BY THE MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATIONS OF SUBVERSIVE ORGANIZATIONS.S21711Yea vote
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s90v230TO AMEND H.J. RES. 888, CONTINUING APPROPRIATION BILL, 1968, BY PROVIDING A LIMIT OF $131.5 BILLION ON EXPENDITURES FOR FISCAL 1968 AND THAT THE $5 BILLION OBLIGATIONAL AUTHORITY THAT IS SAVED THERBY WILL BE RESCINDED.HJR8886Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v231TO AMEND H.J. RES. 888, BY DIRECTING THE PRESIDENT TO REDUCE BY AT LEAST 5% EACH LINE ITEM APPROPRIATION OTHER THAN MILITARY FUNCTIONS AND ITEMS NOT SUBJECT TO ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL, SUCH AS THE FEDERAL DEBT, AND ENABLING THE PRESIDENT TO MAKEHJR8886Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v232TO AMEND H.J. RES. 888, BY ADDING A SECTION EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT DUE TO CHANGED FISCAL CONDITIONS, THE CONGRESS SHOULD ENACT LEGISLATION REDUCING 1968 APPROPRIATIONS BY $5 BILLION LESS THAN BUDGET REQUESTS BEFORE THE ADJOURNMENHJR8886Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v233TO AMEND H.J. RES. 888, BY ELIMINATING ALL PROVISIONS OF THE BILL EXCEPT THOSE CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS UNTIL NOVEMBER 15, 1967.HJR8881Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v234TO PASS H.J. RES. 888.HJR8881Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v236TO PASS S. 2515, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE REDWOOD NATIONAL PARK IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR TO ACQUIRE LAND BY PURCHASE OR TRADE IN CALIFORNIA FOR A NATIONAL PARK AND APPROPRIATING $S25151Yea vote
Req 900542
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s90v237RATIFICATION OF EXECUTIVE L OF THE FIRST SESSION OF THE 88TH CONGRESS, THE SUPPLEMENTARY CONVENTION ON THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY, THE SLAVE TRADE AND INSTITUTIONS AND PRACTICES SIMILAR TO SLAVERY.EXECL1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v238RATIFICATION OF EXECUTIVE B, 90TH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION, SUPPLEMENTARY TAX CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S.A. AND CANADA, MODIFYING THE CONVENTION OF MARCH 4, 1942 IN ORDER TO AVOID DOUBLE TAXATION AND PREVENT INCOME TAX EVASION.EXECB1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v239RATIFICATION OF EXECUTIVE F, 90TH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION, CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S.A. AND TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, PROVIDING FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBLE TAXATION AND INCOME TAX EVASION AND FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMEXECF1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v241TO AMEND S. 699, BY REDUCING THE PERCENTAGE OF FEDERAL PARTICIPATION IN PERSONNEL TRAINING PROGRAMS FROM 75% TO 50%.S6996Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v242TO PASS S. 699, PROVIDING A PROGRAM OF TRAINING AND RECRUITING FOR STATE AND LOCAL PUBLIC OFFICIALS TO BE FINANCED BY GRANTS OF 50% OF PROGRAM COSTS TO THE STATE WITH PARTICIPATION AND ALLOCATION OF FUNDS FOR AND IN SUCH PROGRAMS TO BE DETERMINS6991Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v243TO PASS H.R. 2, RESERVE FORCES BILL OF RIGHTS AND VITALIZATION ACT, PROVIDING FOR VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES IN THE RESERVE COMPONENTS OF THE ARMED FORCES, INCLUDING THE DESIGNATION OF A CLASS OF SELECTED RESERVES TO RECEHR21Yea vote
PL 90-168
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s90v245TO AMEND S. 1166, A BILL RELATING TO SAFETY REGULATIONS FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF NATURAL GAS, BY INCLUDING WITHIN THE PROPOSED LEGISLATION REGULATIONS COVERING THE SO-CALLED 'GATHERING'' LINES USED IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF GAS.S11661Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v246TO AMEND S. 1166, A BILL RELATING TO SAFETY REGULATIONS FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF NATURAL GAS, BY PROVIDING THAT ANY INDIVIDUAL OR OFFICER OF A CORPORATION WHO KNOWINGLY VIOLATES THE REGULATIONS OF THIS ACT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO A MAXIMUM FINE OFS11661Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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1
 
s90v247TO PASS S. 1166, ESTABLISHING SAFETY REGULATIONS FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF NATURAL GAS.S11661Yea vote
Req 900104-05
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1
 
s90v250TO MOVE TO SUSPEND RULES FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROPOSING A MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 13606, FISCAL 1968 APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION.HR136061Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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1
 
s90v251TO PASS H.R. 13606, A BILL PROVIDING FOR FISCAL 1968 APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION.HR136061Yea vote
PL 90-180
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9
 
s90v252TO TABLE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 12080, SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1967, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES A REASONABLE ALLOWANCE BEYOND THE FIRST $25 FOR DRUGS PRESCRIBED OUTSIDE OF A HOSPITAL OR NURSING HOME FOR THOSE OVER AGE 65.HR120801Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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1
 
s90v253TO TABLE MOTION TO RECONSIDER AMENDMENT TO H.R. 12080, PROPOSED SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1967.HR120801Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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1
 
s90v254TO AMEND H.R. 12080, BY PROVIDING FOR MAINTENANCE OF FINANCIAL BALANCE OF SOCIAL SECURITY TRUST FUNDS.HR120806Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v261TO AMEND H.R. 12080, BY ADVANCING TO JANUARY 1, 1968, THE EFFECTIVE DATE FOR TAX INCREASES.HR120806Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v262TO AMEND H.R. 12080, BY RESTORING THE HOUSE-PASSED PROVISION RESPECTING BENEFITS AND FINANCING.HR120806Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v271TO AMEND H.R. 12080, BY STATING THE AMOUNT OF EARNINGS A RECIPIENT MAY EARN BEFORE CUTOFF OF BENEFITS.HR120806Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v272TO AMEND H.R. 12080, BY PROVIDING THE OPTION OF A COST-OF- LIVING INCREASE IN DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF BENEFITS.HR120806Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v274TO AMEND H.R. 12080, BY LIBERALIZING EARNINGS TEST, THEREBY RAISING THE MONTHLY AMOUNT OF RECIPIENT'S EARNINGS BEFORE A CUTOFF OF BENEFITS.HR120806Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v275TO PASS H.R. 12080, PROPOSED SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS FOR 1967.HR120801Yea vote
Req 900046, 900049-52, 900071, 900076-77, 900281, 900287, 900290, 900325, 900326, 900328, 900329, 900330, 900333
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1
 
s90v276TO PASS H.R. 12144, A BILL TO STRENGTHEN THE LAWS PERTAINING TO INSPECTION AND MARKETING OF MEAT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.HR121441Yea vote
Req 900106-07
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1
 
s90v280TO RECOMMIT H.R. 7977.HR79776Nay vote
Req 900207-10
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s90v281TO AMEND H.R. 7977,BY PROVIDING THAT THE SALARY OF THE CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL BOARD SHALL REMAIN AT $26,000 PER ANNUM-UNTIL THEIR DUTIES HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED.HR79776Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v283TO AMEND H.R. 7977, BY PROVIDING A SUBSTITUTE TABLE OF RATES FOR POSTAGE ON PUBLICATIONS ADMITTED AS 2ND-CLASS MAIL WHEN ADDRESSED FOR DELIVERY WITHIN THE COUNTY IN WHICH THEY WERE PUBLISHED AND ENTERED.HR79776Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v285TO AMEND H.R. 7977, BY SUBSTITUTING A DIFFERENT TABLE OF RATES FOR THIRD-CLASS MAIL.HR79776Nay vote
Req 900209
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s90v289TO PASS H.R. 13510, A BILL TO PROVIDE PAY INCREASES FOR MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES.HR135101Yea vote
PL 90-207
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1
 
s90v290TO PASS S. RES. 180, EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE IN FAVOR OF U.S. INITIATION OF EFFORTS TO ASSURE THAT THE U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER U.S. RESOLUTION OF JAN. 31, 1966, SEEKING SETTLEMENT OF VIETNAM CONFLICT.SRES1801Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v296TO RATIFY EX. K, THE PROTOCOL FOR THE FURTHER PROLONGATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUGAR AGREEMENT OF 1958.EXECK1Yea vote
Treaty
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1
 
s90v297TO AMEND H.R. 7819, BY HOLDING AUTHORIZATIONS DURING THE NEXT THREE YEARS TO THE LEVEL OF CURRENT APPROPRIATIONS.HR78196Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v300TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 7819, THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1967.HR78191Yea vote
Req 900020-22
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1
 
s90v301TO AMEND H.R. 7819, BY PROVIDING DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATIONAL CENTERS AND SERVICES BY STATE DEPARTMENTS OF EDUCATION.HR78196Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v302TO RATIFY EX. M, AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 28 OF THE CONVENTION OF THE INTER GOVERNMENTAL MARITIME CONSULTATIVE ORGANIZATION.EXECM1Yea vote
Treaty
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1
 
s90v303TO PASS H.R. 7819, THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1967.HR78191Yea vote
Req 900020-22
Voteview
1
 
s90v305TO PASS H.R. 10783, CRIME AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.HR107831Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s90v306TO CONCUR IN THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 7977, THE POSTAL REVENUE AND FEDERAL SALARY ACT OF 1967.HR79771Yea vote
PL 90-206
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s90v308TO CONCUR IN THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 2 OF H.J. RES. 888.HJR8881Yea vote
CQ=yea supports pres position (verified), voteview=6 (typo), PL 90-218
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s90v309TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4765, INCOME TAX TREATMENT OF CERTAIN DISTRIBUTIONS PURSUANT TO THE BANK HOLDING COMPANY ACT OF 1956.HR47651Yea vote
PL 90-225
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s90v310TO AMEND H.R. 14397, SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1968, BY REDUCING BY $192 MILLION FUNDS FOR POVERTY PROGRAMS.HR143976Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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6
 
s90v311TO PASS H.R. 14397, SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1968.HR143971Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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1
 
s90v312TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 12080, SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1967.HR120801Yea vote
Req 900046, 900049-52, 900271, 900276-77, 900281, 900287, 900290, 900325-30, 900333
Voteview
1
 
s90v313TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 13893, FOREIGN ASSISTANCE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1968.HR138931Yea vote
PL 90-249
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s90v314TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 14397, SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1968.HR143971Yea vote
PL 90-239
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1
 
s90v315TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 7819, ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1967.HR78191Yea vote
Req 900020-22
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1
 
s90v317TO TABLE ERVIN AMENDMENT NO. 505 TO H.R. 2516, A BILL TO PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR RACIALLY MOTIVATED INTERFERENCE WITH CIVIL RIGHTS. THE ERVIN AMENDMENT WOULD RESTRICT THE BILL'S COVERAGE TO RIGHTS EXTENDED UNDER THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE CLAUSE OF HR25161Yea vote
Req 900427-28
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s90v318TO CLOSE DEBATE (CLOTURE) ON H.R. 2516, A BILL TO PRESCRIBE PENALTIES FOR RACIALLY MOTIVATED INTERFERENCE WITH CIVIL RIGHTS.HR25161Yea vote
Req 900427-28, 900434-41
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s90v319TO TABLE SEN. MONDALE'S AMENDMENT NO. 524 TO H.R. 2516, WHICH WOULD ADD A NEW TITLE TO PROVIDE FOR IMPLEMENTING A POLICY OF OPEN HOUSING.HR25166Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v320TO CLOSE DEBATE (CLOTURE) ON H.R. 2516.HR25161Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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1
 
s90v321TO TABLE MODIFIED MONDALE AMENDMENT NO. 524 TO H.R. 2516, ADDING A NEW TITLE TO PROVIDE FOR IMPLEMENTING A POLICY OF OPEN HOUSING.HR25161Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v322TO CLOSE DEBATE ON MODIFIED DIRKSEN AMENDMENT NO. 554 TO H. R. 2516, CONSISTING OF TITLE I ON INTERFERENCE WITH FEDERALLY PPROTECTED ACTIVIIES, AND TITLE II ON FAIR HOUSING.HR25161Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v323TO CLOSE DEBATE (CLOTURE) ON MODIFIED DIRKSEN AMENDMENT NO. 554 TO H. R. 2516 CONSISTING OF TITLE I ON INTERFERENCE WITH FEDERALLY PROTECTED ACTIVITIES, AND TITLES II AND III ON FAIR HOUSING.HR25161Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v324TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY EXEMPTING FROM FAIR HOUSING PROVISIONS ANY SINGLE DWELLING PRIVATE HOME OWNER IN SALE OR RENTAL OF SAME.HR25166Nay vote
Req 900436
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s90v326TO AMEND H.R. 2516, BY MODIFYING THE ANTI-RIOT PROVISIONS OF THE BILL SO THAT IT BE UNLAWFUL TO USE INTERSTATE FACILITIES WITH INTENT TO INCITE A RIOT. THE AMENDMENT WAS SUBSTANTIALLY MODIFIED BY REQUIRING PROOF OF INTENT TO RIOT RATHER THAN PRHR25166Nay vote
Req 900409
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s90v327TO AMEND H.R. 2516, BY PROVIDING THAT EXEMPTION GIVEN TO INDIVIDUAL HOME OWNERS UNDER TITLE II SHALL NOT BE IMPAIRED BY EMPLOYMENT OF A REAL ESTATE AGENT, SO LONG AS HE DOES NOT INSTRUCT THE AGENT TO DISCRIMINATE IN SALE OR RENTAL.HR25166Nay vote
Req 900438
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s90v329TO AMEND H.R. 2516, BY EXCEPTING FROM TITLE I, RELATING TO INTERFERENCE WITH FEDERALLY PROTECTED ACTIVITIES, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS OR FEDERAL MILITARY FORCES ENGAGED IN SUPPRESSING RIOT OR CIVIL DISTURBANCE.HR25166Nay vote
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s90v330TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY EXEMPTING FROM THE OPEN-HOUSING PROVISIONS OF THE BILL NON-COMMERCIAL LODGING OF A PRIVATE CLUB NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, AND WHOSE MAJOR PURPOSE IS NOT THE PROVISION OF LODGING.HR25161Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v331TO TABLE PROPOSITION 1 OF CHAPTER ON CIVIL DISORDERS OF MODIFIED LONG (LA.) AMENDMENT NO. 517 TO H.R. 2516. PROPOSITION 1 ATTACHES PENALTIES FOR INCITING CIVIL DISORDERS, INTERFERING WITH INTERSTATE COMMERCE OR WITH ANY FEDERALLY PROTECTED FUNCHR25161Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v332TO TABLE A MOTION TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH SENATOR HART'S MOTION TO TABLE PROPOSITION 1 OF CHAPTER ON CIVIL DISORDERS OF LONG (LA) AMENDMENT TO H.R. 2516 WAS ADOPTED PROPOSITION 1 ATTACHES PENALTIES FOR INCITING CIVIL DISORDERS WHICH INTHR25161Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v333TO AMEND H.R. 2516, BY ADOPTING PROPOSITION 2 OF CHAPTER ON CIVIL DISORDERS OF MODIFIED LONG (LA.) AMENDMENT NO. 517, WHICH ATTACHES PENALTIES FOR TEACHING USE OF WEAPONS AND FOR THE TRANSPORT AND MANUFACTURE OF CERTAIN WEAPONS FOR CIVIL DISORDHR25166Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v334TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY ADOPTING PROPOSITION 3 OF CHAPTER ON CIVIL DISORDERS OF MODIFIED LONG AMENDMENT NO. 517 TO H.R. 2516, MAKING LIABLE TO FEDERAL PROSECUTION PERSONS WHO COMMIT OR THREATEN TO COMMIT ANY UNLAWFUL ACT OF VIOLENCE IN FURTHERANCHR25166Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v335TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY ADOPTING PROPOSITION 6 OF CHAPTER ON CIVIL DISORDERS OF MODIFIED LONG AMENDMENT NO. 517. THE PROPOSITION SETS PENALTIES OF $10,000 OR 5 YEARS IN JAIL FOR VIOLATING PROPOSITIONS 2 AND 4, WHICH MAKE LIABLE TO FEDERAL PROSECUHR25166Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v336TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY PROVIDING THAT SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES SOLD OR RENTED IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES BY AN OWNER OF NOT MORE THAN THREE SUCH TYPE HOUSES BE EXEMPT FROM THE PROVISIONS OF H.R. 2516.HR25166Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v337TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY MAKING IT A FEDERAL OFFENCE TO INTERFERE BY FORCE WITH A PERSON WHO IS WORKING, OR TRAVEL- ING TO OR FROM WORK, IF ENGAGED IN PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT RELATED TO INTERSTATE COMMERCE, OR EMPLOYED BY A STATE OR SUBDIVISION THEREOFHR25166Nay vote
Req 900427-28
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s90v338TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY REQUIRING THAT THREAT OF FORCE MUST BE SUFFICIENT TO CONSTITUTE AN ASSAULT BEFORE IT MAY BE CONSIDERED INTIMIDATION OR INTERFERENCE.HR25166Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v339TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY SUBSTITUTING THE ERVIN AMENDMENT NO. 506 FOR THE MODIFIED DIRKSEN SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT NO. 554. THE ERVIN AMENDMENT WOULD ELIMINATE FAIR-HOUSING PROVISIONS AND ANY RACIAL FACTORS IN CIVIL RIGHTS PROTECTED.HR25166Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v340TO AMEND H.R. 2516, BY PROVIDING THAT DISCRIMINATION WOULD BE PROHIBITED IN ALL HOUSING FOR VETERANS OR MEMBERS OF THE U.S. ARMED FORCES AND THEIR DEPENDENTS.HR25166Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v341TO AMEND H.R. 2516, BY REQUIRING THAT ANY PROSECUTION OF OFFENSE AGAINST A FEDERALLY PROTECTED ACTIVITY SHALL BE ONLY UPON FORMAL WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION OF ATTORNEY GENERAL OR DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL AND ONLY THEN IF STATE OR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMEHR25166Nay vote
Req 900441
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s90v344TO AMEND H.R. 2516 BY ADDING 6 NEW TITLES ON THE RIGHTS OF AMERICAN INDIANS.HR25161Yea vote
Req 900637-38, 900641-43, 900647-50
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s90v345TO ADOPT A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT, IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 2516. THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT HAD PREVIOUSLY BEEN MODIFIED BY THE ADOPTION OF THE DIRKSEN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT.HR25161Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v346TO PASS H.R. 2516, A BILL TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION IN SALE OR RENTAL OF HOUSING, AND TO PROHIBIT RACIALLY MOTIVATED INTERFERENCE WITH A PERSON EXERCISING HIS CIVIL RIGHTS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.HR25161Yea vote
Req 900427-28, 900434-41, 900651-52
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s90v347TO AMEND H.R. 15399, A BILL MAKING URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS, BY ADDING $25 MILLION FOR HEADSTART PROGRAM.HR153991Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v348TO RECOMMIT H.R. 15399 TO COMM. ON APPROP., WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO REPORT IT BACK WITH AGGREGATE APPROPRIATIONS THEREIN REDUCED TO $1.2 BILLION (SAME AS BUDGET ESTIMATES).HR153991Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v350TO AMEND H.R. 14743, A BILL TO ELIMINATE THE 25% RESERVE REQUIREMENT FOR FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, BY CUTTING IN HALF THE PRESENT GOLD COVER REQUIREMENT RATHER THAN ELIMINATING IT ENTIRELY.HR147436Nay vote
Req 900588
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s90v351TO AMEND H.R. 14743, BY LIMITING NET AGGREGATE EXPENDITURES DURING FISCAL 1969 TO $139.4 BILLION, WITH EXCEPTION FOR CERTAIN INCREASES IN DEFENSE COSTS AND IN INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT AND PROVIDING THAT THIS LEGISLATION SHALL TAKE EFFECT UPON ENHR147436Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v352TO AMEND H.R. 14743 BY PROVIDING THAT EFFECTIVENESS OF THIS LEGISLATION SHALL BE DEFERRED UNTIL THERE IS A BALANCED BUDGET OR UNTIL THE PRESIDENT SUBMITS AN ESTIMATED BALANCED BUDGET.HR147436Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v354TO AMEND S. 14743 TO PROVIDE THAT NO NATION, EXCEPT FOR GREAT BRITAIN , IN ARREARS ON DEBT TO U.S. SHALL BE ENTITLED TO EXCHANGE DOLLARS FOR GOLD.HR147436Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v355TO AMEND H.R. 14743 BY BARRING ISSUANCE OF FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES IN ANY YEAR IF IT WILL RESULT IN EXPANSION OF THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF SUCH NOTES BY MORE THAN 4%.HR147436Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v356TO PASS H.R. 14743.HR147431Yea vote
Req 900588
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s90v368TO AMEND THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 15414, BY ELIMINATING PROVISIONS FOR A FREEZE ON NUMBER OF CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH, MORATORIUM ON PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS, LIMITATION OF EXPENDITURHR154141Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v369TO AMEND THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 15414, BY ELIMINATING THE PROVISIONS THEREIN FOR AN INCOME-TAX SURCHARGE, BUT RETAINING THE PROVISIONS FOR A REDUCTION IN EXPENDITURES.HR154146Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v370TO TABLE THE HOLLINGS-THURMOND AMENDMENT TO THE SMATHERS- WILLIAMS AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE TO H.R. 15414. THE HOLLINGS-THURMOND AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT QUANTITY OF TEXTILE ARTICLES ENTERED OR WITHDRAWN FROM WAREHOUSE FOR CONSUMPHR154141Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v371TO AMEND THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15414, BY SETTING LIMITS ON QUANTITY OF TEXTILES ENTERED OR WITHDRAWN FROM WAREHOUSES.HR154146Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v379TO AMEND THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15414, BY LOWERING RATES ON PROPOSED INCOME TAX SURCHARGE, INCREASING LIQUOR AND CIGARETTE TAXES, AND REIMPOSING CERTAIN EXCISE TAXES.HR154146Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v380TO AMEND THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15414, BY DIRECTING THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY TO MAKE DEMAND FOR PAYMENT ON ALL COUNTRIES IN ARREARS IN PAYMENT OF DEBTS TO U.S., (ALSO ADDED TO ORGINAL TEXT).HR154146Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v381TO AMEND AN AMENDMENT OFFERED BY SEN. JAVITS TO THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15414. THE JAVITS AMENDMENT EXEMPTS 7 DESIGNATED PROGRAMS FROM THE EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS PROPOSED IN THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT, WHILE THE HR154146Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v382TO AMEND THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15414, BY EXEMPTING 7 DESIGNATED PROGRAMS FROM THE EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS PROPOSED IN SAID AMENDMENT.HR154141Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v384TO AMEND THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 15414, BY IMPOSING QUOTAS ON IMPORTED DAIRY PRODUCTS.HR154146Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v385TO AMEND H.R. 15414, BY PROVIDING REDUCTIONS IN FEDERAL EXPENDITURES AND AN INCOME TAX SURCHARGE.HR154141Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v386TO PASS H.R. 15414.HR154141Yea vote
Req 900583-86
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s90v389TO PASS S. 2269.S22691Yea vote
PL 90-482
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s90v390TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION ON EXECUTIVE L (90TH CONG., 1ST DRDD.) PROTOCOL OF AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER OF THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES.EXECL1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v391TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 15399, MAKING URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1968.HR153991Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v395TO AMEND S. 3293, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR MILITARY PROCUREMENT FOR FISCAL 1969, BY PROVIDING TO LIMIT AGGREGATE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TO $7. 366 BILLION.S32936Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v396TO AMEND S. 3293 BY REDUCING THE AUTHORIZATION FOR MISSILES.S32936Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v397TO AMEND S. 3293, BY BARRING USE OF AUTHORIZED FUNDS FOR DEPLOYMENT OF ANTI-BALLISTIC-MISSILE SYSTEM UNTIL THE SYSTEM IS PRACTICABLE AND THAT ITS COST CAN BE DETERMINED WITH REASONABLE ACCURACY.S32936Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v399TO AMEND S. 3293 BY REDUCING BY INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY THE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR FISCAL 1969 TO THE AMOUNT APPROPRIATED IN FISCAL 1968.S32936Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v400TO AMEND S. 3293 BY REDUCING AUTHORIZED FUNDS FOR NAVAL VESSELS AND BARRING USE OF FUNDS FOR FAST DEPLOYMENT LOGISTIC SHIPS.S32936Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v401TO AMEND S. 3293 BY MAKING AN APPROXIMATE 3% REDUCTION IN AUTHORIZED FUNDS.S32936Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v402TO PASS S. 3293.S32931Yea vote
Public law per Congressional Bills Project data
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s90v403TO AMEND H.R. 14940, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY FOR FISCAL YEARS 1969 AND 1970, BY PROVIDING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR THE THREE FISCAL YEARS OF 1969-1971 OF $33 MILLION, RATHER THAN $17 MILLION FOR THE TWO FISCAL YEHR149401Yea vote
Req 900521
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s90v404TO AMEND H.R. 14940, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1969 AND 1970, BY AUTHORIZING $20 MILLION INSTEAD OF $17 MILLION FOR THIS PERIOD.HR149401Yea vote
Req 900521
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s90v405TO AMEND S. 1401, A BILL PROPOSING LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND AMENDMENTS, BY CONFINING AUTHORIZATIONS IN THE BILL TO THE NEXT 3 YEARS RATHER THAN THE NEXT 5. FISCAL YEARS 1972 AND 1973.S14016Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v406TO AMEND S. 1401, A BILL PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND, BY ELIMINATING A PROVISION FOR USE OF A PORTION OF THE RECEIPTS FROM OIL AND GAS LEASING ON THE OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF AS ADDITIONAL SOURCE OF REVENUE TO FIS14016Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v407TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF A CONVENTION RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS.CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v409TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF A CONVENTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL HYDROGRAPHIC ORGANIZATION. (EX. 0, 90TH CONG., 1ST SESSION).CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v410TO PASS A RESOLUTION RATIFYING 6 AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA. (90TH CONG., EX. C., SEC. SESSION.)CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v415TO AMEND S. 917, BY ADDING LONG GUN COVERAGE TO THE FIREARMS CONTROL SECTION OF BILL.S9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v416TO AMEND S. 917 BY ADDING LONG GUN COVERAGE TO THE FIREARMS CONTROL SECTION OF THE BILL AND FURTHER PROVIDING THAT THE RESTRICTION ON SHIPMENT OF SHOTGUNS OR RIFLES INTO A STATE SHALL NOT APPLY IF SUCH STATE HAS EXEMPTED ITSELF BY STATUTE FROMS9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v419TO AMEND S. 917 BY OFFERING A SUBSTITUTE TITLE IV, PERTAINING TO FIREARMS CONTROL, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT HAND GUNS MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH THE MAILS ON SUBMISSION OF AN AFFIDAVIT TO THE EFFECT THAT THE BUYER IS LEGALLY ALLOWED TO PURCHS9176Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v420TO AMEND S. 917, BY SUBSTITUTING FOR TITLE II LANGUAGE PROVIDING FOR AN INVESTIGATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT IMPACT OF COURT DECISIONS REGARDING CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. TITLE II PERTAINS TO ADMISSIBILITY OF CONFESSIONS AND EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY, REVIEWAS9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v421TO AGREE TO THE FIRST DIVISION OF AN AMENDMENT STRIKING ALL OF TITLE II FROM S. 917. THE FIRST DIVISION ELIMINATES LANGUAGE THAT WOULD REVISE THE MIRANDA DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT SO AS TO RESTORE THE RULE ALLOWING ADMISSION OF CONFESSION OS9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v422TO AGREE TO THE SECOND DIVISION OF AN AMENDMENT STRIKING ALL OF TITLE II FROM S. 917. THE SECOND DIVISION ELIMINATES LANGUAGE THAT WOULD REVISE THE MALLORY DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT SO THAT DELAY IN BRINGING A SUSPECT BEFORE A COMMITTING MAS9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v423TO AGREE TO THE 4TH DIVISION OF AN AMENDMENT TO STRIKE ALL OF TITLE II FROM S. 917. THE 4TH DIVISION ELIMINATES LANGUAGE THAT WOULD DENY TO FEDERAL COURTS JURISDICTION TO REVIEW OR DISTURB IN ANY WAY THE RULING OF ANY STATE TRIAL COURT ADMITTINS9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v424TO AGREE TO PART I OF THE FIFTH DIVISION OF AN AMENDMENT STRIKING ALL OF TITLE II FROM S. 917. PART 2 OF THE 5TH DIVISION ELIMINATES LANGUAGE THAT WOULD OVERRULE WADE AND STOVALL CASES RESPECTING ADMISSIBILITY IN EVIDENCE OF EYEWITNESS TESTIMONS9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v425TO AGREE TO PART 2 OF THE 5TH DIVISION OF AN AMENDMENT STRIKING ALL OF TITLE II FROM S. 917. PART 2 OF THE 5TH DIVISION ELIMINATES LANGUAGE DENYING FEDERAL APPELLATE COURT JURISDICTION TO REVIEW OR DISTURB A RULING OF ANY TRIAL COURT ADMITTINGS9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v426TO AGREE TO THE 6TH DIVISION OF AN AMENDMENT TO S. 917 STRIKING ALL OF TITLE 2. THE 6TH DIVISION ELIMINATES LANGUAGE RESPECTING PROCEDURES IN ABTAINING WRITS OF HABEUS CORPUS.S9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v428TO AMEND S. 917, BY REMOVING LANGUAGE ALLOWING POSTPONEMENT IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES FO THE SERVING OF AN INVENTORY OF DISCLOSURE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY ON PERSON NAMED IN ORDER RESPECTING PLACEMENT OF WIRETAP OR BUG.S9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v429TO AMEND S. 917 BY ELIMINATING LANGUAGE THAT WOULD ALLOW A WIRETAP OR BUG WHERE CRIME IS ''ABOUT TO BE COMMITTED.'' THE AMENDMENT WOULD CONFINE SUCH USE TO CRIME BEING OR THAT HAS BEEN COMMITTED.S9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v430TO AMEND S. 917, BY ALLOWING EMERGENCY SETTING UP OF WIRETAP PRIOR TO AUTHORIZATION ONLY IF THERE IS AN IMMEDIATE DANGER TO LIFE.S9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v431TO AMEND S. 917 BY LIMITING TITLE III ON WIRETAPPING AND ELECTRONIC SURVELLIANCE TO CASES INVOLVING HARD-CORE CRIME, EXCEPT FOR CASES INVOLVING NATIONAL SECURITY.S9171Yea vote
Req 900131
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s90v432TO AMEND S. 917 BY STRIKING FORM THE BILL ALL OF TITLE III, DEALING WITH WIRETAPPING AND ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE.S9171Yea vote
Req 900131
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s90v433TO AMEND S. 917 BY LIMITING OPERATION OF TITLE III REGARDING WIRETAPPING AND ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE TO FIVE YEARS AFTER ENACTMENT.S9171Yea vote
Req 900131
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s90v434TO TABLE DIRKSEN'S ''BLOCK GRANTS'' AMENDMENT TO S. 917. SAID AMENDMENT TO TITLE I PROVIDING THAT GRANTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF AIDING LAW ENFORCEMENT STUDY AND ACTION BE MADE TO STATE GOVERNMENTS ONLY RATHER THAN TO STATES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS HAS9171Yea vote
Req 900394, 900396-97, 900399
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s90v435TO AMEND THE DIRKSEN BLOCK GRANTS AMENDMENT BY PROVIDING THAT TWO-THIRDS RATHER THAN 85% OF THE FUNDS SHALL BE ALLOCATED ON A POPULATION BASIS, AND THE REMAINDER AS THE LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRATION MAY DETERMINE.S9171Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v436TO AMEND TITLE I OF S. 917 BY PROVIDING THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE GRANTS BE MADE TO STATES RATHER THAN STATES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS.S9176Nay vote
Req 900394-97, 900399
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s90v438TO AMEND S. 917 BY PROVIDING THAT THERE ARE NO FEDERAL STANDARDS SET OUT IN THE BILL FOR STATE REGULATION OF WIRETAPS OR BUGS.S9176Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v439TO PASS H.R. 5037, AFTER SUBSTITUTING FOR ITS TEXT THE LANGUAGE OF S. 917 AS AMENDED.HR50371Yea vote
PL 90-351
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s90v441TO AMEND S. 3497 BY STRIKING FROM THE BILL TITLE IV, PROVIDING GUARANTEES FOR FINANCING NEW COMMUNITY LAND DEVELOPMENT.S34976Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v446TO AMEND S. 3497, BY STRIKING TITLE IX, ''NATIONAL INSURANCE DEVELOP7ENT CORPORATION.''S34976Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v447TO PASS S. 3497.S34971Yea vote
Req 900457, 900593, 900599
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s90v449TO AMEND H.R. 16913, BY REDUCING THE FUNDS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES OF 1969 PROGRAM OF SOIL BUILDING AND SOIL AND WATER CONSERVING PRACTISES.HR169131Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v451TO PASS H J RES. 1224, AUTHORIZING THE PRESIDENT TO REAPPOINT FOR 1 YEAR GEN. EARLE G. WHEELER AS CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF.HJR12241Yea vote
PL 90-342
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s90v454TO PASS A RESOLUTION RATIFYING EXEC. J, 90TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION, RELATIVE TO A TAX CONVENTION WITH BRAZIL.EXECJ1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v455TO PASS A RESOLUTION RATIFYING EXEC. N, 90TH CONG. 1ST SESSION, RELATIVE TO A TAX CONVENTION WITH FRANCE.EXECN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v456TO PASS A RESOLUTION RATIFYING EXEC D, 89TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION, RELATING TO A TAX CONVENTION WITH THE PHILLIPPINES.EXECD1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v458TO PASS H.R. 16489, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE TREASURY, AND POST OFFICE DEPARTMENTS EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR164891Yea vote
PL 90-350
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s90v459TO AMEND THE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT FOR H.R. 15856, FISCAL 1969 NASA AUTHORIZATIONS, BY REDUCING AGGREGATE AUTHORIZED FUNDS.HR158566Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v460TO AMEND S. 15856, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR VARIOUS SPACE PROGRAMS BY APPROXIMATELY $140 MILLION.HR158566Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v461TO PASS H.R. 15856.HR158561Yea vote
PL 90-373
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s90v462TO AMEND H.R. 15189, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR SHIP CONSTRUCTION AND MODERNIZATION PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, BY REDUCING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR ACQUISITION, OR RECONSTRUCTION OF VESSELS AND CONSTRUCTION-DIFFERENTIAL SUBSIDY, AND BY REDUCIHR151891Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v463TO PASS H.R. 15189, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR SHIP CONSTRUCTION AND MODERNIZATION PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.HR151891Yea vote
PL 90-471
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s90v464TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL GRAINS ARRANGEMENT OF 1967 (EX A, 90TH CONG., 2ND SESS.).EXECA1Yea vote
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s90v466TO PASS H.R. 16162, A BILL TO IMPROVE THE U.S. BALANCE-OF-PAYMENTS SITUATION THROUGH LOAN AND OTHER PROGRAMS OF THE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK.HR161621Yea vote
Req 900591
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s90v467TO AGREE TO THE LONG (LA.) MOTION TO APPOINT AS CONFEREES ON S. 1401, THE PROPOSED LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND ACT AMENDMENTS, SENATORS JACKSON, ELLENDER, SMATHERS, KUCHEL, TOWER, AND ALLOT. THE LONG MOTION WAS A SUBSTITUTE FOR ONE MADE BYS14016Nay vote
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s90v468TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 15414, THE PROPOSED REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE CONTROL ACT OF 1968, WHICH AS AMENDED BY THE SMATHERS-WILLIAMS AMENDMENT IN THE SENATE, CARRIES AN EXPENDITURE REDUCTION AND AN INCOME TAX SURCHARGE PROVISION.HR154141Yea vote
Req 900583-86
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s90v469TO AMEND A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 16703, AUTHORIZATIONS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION IN FISCAL 1969, BY BARRING USE OF ANY AUTHORIZED FUNDS FOR AN ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSLE SYSTEM PRIOR TO FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULYHR167036Nay vote
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s90v470TO AMEND A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 16703, 1969 AUTHORIZATIONS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTIONS, BY ELIMINATING $227,300,000 IN AUTHORIZED FUNDS FOR THE SENTINEL ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEM.HR167036Nay vote
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s90v471TO AMEND A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 16703, BY REDUCING LEVEL OF FUNDS AUTHORIZED THEREIN TO THAT AUTHORIZED BY THE HOUSE FOR SOME 44 ITEMS.HR167036Nay vote
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s90v472TO AMEND A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 16703, BY ELIMINATING AN ITEM AUTHORIZING $17.3 MILLION FOR ARMY FACILITIES IN GERMANY.HR167036Nay vote
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s90v473TO AMEND A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.R. 16703, BY REDUCING BY 10% THE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR EXPENDITURE WITHIN THE U.S. BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY WITHIN TITLE I OF THE BILL.HR167036Nay vote
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s90v474TO AMEND A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSITUTE FOR H.R. 16703, BY REDUCING BY 10% THE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR EACH MILITARY DEPARTMENT FOR NEW HOUSING UNDER TITLE VI OF THE BILL.HR167036Nay vote
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s90v475TO AMEND A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITURE FOR H.R. 16703 BY REDUCING BY 10% THE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF THE NAVY AND AIR FORCE UNDER TITLES II AND III OF THE BILL.HR167036Nay vote
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s90v476TO AMEND A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSITUTE FOR H.R. 16703 BY AUTHORIZING $280,000 FOR OPERATIONAL FACILITIES FOR CHARLESTON, S.C., AIR FORCE BASE.HR167036Nay vote
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s90v477TO PASS H.R. 16703, AS AMENDED BY COMMITTEE AMENDMENT IN NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE.HR167031Yea vote
PL 90-408
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s90v478TO AMEND H.R. 17734, SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1968, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR B-52 BOMBING OPERATIONS IN VIETNAM.HR177346Nay vote
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s90v481TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COFFEE AGREEMENT (EX. D, 90TH CONG., SEC. SESS).EXECD1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v482TO AMEND S. 3418, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROGRAM FOR FISCAL 1970 AND 1971, BY MAKING REDUCTIONS IN VARIOUS AUTHORIZED AMOUNTS.S34181Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v483TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 17734, SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1968.HR177341Yea vote
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s90v485TO AMEND H.R. 12120, THE PROPOSED JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PREVENTION AND CONTROL ACT, BY PROVIDING FOR ''BLOC GRANTS'' FOR COMPREHENSIVE STATE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMS WITH PROVISO THAT 40% OF THE FUNDS MUST ''PASS THROUGH'' TO LOCAHR121206Nay vote
Req 900133, 900402
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s90v488TO PASS S. 3769, PROPOSED HIGHER EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1968S37691Yea vote
Req 900350-51, 900353, 900355-56, 900358-61
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s90v493TO PASS H.R. 18366.HR183661Yea vote
Req 900344-47
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s90v494TO AMEND H.R. 17023, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATIONS FOR INDEPENDENT OFFICES AND THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, BY PROVIDING $100,000 FOR A COMMISSION ON EXECUTIVE, LEGISLATIVE, AND JUDICIAL SALARIES.HR170231Yea vote
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s90v495TO AMEND THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 17023, BY REDUCING BY $300,000 THE FUNDS PROVIDED THEREIN FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, NASA.HR170236Nay vote
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s90v496TO AMEND THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 17023, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR OPERATION AND MAINTAINENCE, CIVIL DEFENSE, AND TO REDUCE FUNDS FOR RESEARCH, SHELTER SURVEY AND MARKING, CIVIL DEFENSE.HR170236Nay vote
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s90v497TO AMEND H.R. 17023 BY INCREASING FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NASA FACILITIES.HR170231Yea vote
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s90v498TO AMEND H.R. 17023 BY REDUCING THE FUNDS FOR GRANTS FOR URBAN RENEWAL PROJECTS WITHIN APPROVED CITY DEMONSTRATION PROGRAMS, AND BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR ''URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAMS'' FOR FISCAL 1969.HR170236Nay vote
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s90v499TO PASS H.R. 17023HR170231Yea vote
PL 90-550
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s90v501TO AMEND S. 3590, EXTENDING AND IMPROVING PROGRAMS TO MAINTAIN FARM INCOME, STABILIZE PRICES, AND ASSURE ADEQUATE SUPPLIES OF AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES, BY PROVIDIDING FOR A 1-YEAR EXTENSION OF THE FARM PROGRAMS IN THE BILL, INSTEAD OF THE 4-YEAS35901Yea vote
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s90v502TO AMEND S. 3590, BY EXTENDING THE FARM PROGRAMS INCLUDED IN THE BILL FOR 2 YEARS INSTEAD OF 1, AS THEREIN PROVIDIED.S35901Yea vote
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s90v503TO AMEND S. 3590, BY EXTENDING THE FARM PROGRAMS INCLUDED THEREIN FOR 3 YEARS INSTEAD OF 4 YEARS.S35906Nay vote
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s90v506TO AMEND S. 3590, BY ADDING A NEW TITLE ON EMERGENCY AGRICULTURAL RESERVE STOCK PROGRAM.S35901Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v507TO PASS S. 3590.S35901Yea vote
Req 900499, 900508
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s90v510TO PASS H.R. 17903.HR179031Yea vote
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s90v513TO PASS H.R. 18188.HR181881Yea vote
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s90v515TO AMEND S. 3133, EXTENDING AUTHORITY FOR MORE FLEXIBLE REGULATION OF MAXIMUM RATES OF INTEREST BY STRIKING OUT LANGUAGE THAT WOULD AUTHORIZE FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS TO PURCHASE OBLIGATIONS DIRECTLY FROM FEDERAL AGENCIES AS WELL AS IN THE OPEN MAS31331Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v516TO RECOMMIT S. 3724, PROPOSED INVESTMENT COMPANY AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1968, TO COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO REPORT IT BACK AFTER S E C REPORT ON CURRENT INVESTIGATION OF MUTUAL FUND FEES IS MADE PUBLIC (NOT LATER THAN SEPS37246Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v521TO PASS H.R. 15387.HR153871Yea vote
PL 90-449
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s90v522TO AMEND H.R. 16313, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE A MORE ADEQUATE PROGRAM OF POULTRY INSPECTION IN THE US, BY ELIMINATING LANGUAGE OF COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE THAT WOULD ALLOW DISTRIBUTION IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE OF POULTRY AND MEAT PRODUCTS PROCESSED UNDER HR163131Yea vote
Req 900465-67
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s90v523TO PASS H.R. 16363 A BILL TO AUTHORIZE A MORE ADEQUATE PROGRAM OF POULTRY INSPECTION IN THE U.S.HR163131Yea vote
Req 900465, 900467
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s90v524TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON S.3418, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEARS 1970 AND 1971.S34181Yea vote
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s90v527TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO NOMINATION OF IRVINE H. SPRAGUE TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF FDIC.NOMINA1Yea vote
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s90v529TO AMEND H.R. 15263 BY INCREASING BY $50 MILLION THE AUTHORIZATION FOR DEVELOPMENT LOAN FUND AND EARMARKING THIS INCREASE FOR PURCHASE BY RECIPIENT COUNTRIES OF GOODS USED DIRECTLY IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPEMENT.HR152631Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v530TO AMEND H.R. 15263 BY AUTHORIZING $1.25 MILLION FOR SURVEY OF INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES.HR152631Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v531TO AMEND H.R. 15263 BY REDUCING ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS GRANT FUNDS BY $20 MILLION.HR152636Nay vote
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s90v532TO AMEND H.R. 15263 BY PROVIDING THAT WHEN ANY COUNTRY 90 DAYS IN ARREARS ON DEBT TO THE U.S. SHALL PRESENT DOLLARS IN REDEMPTION FOR GOLD TO US, THE DOLLARS SHALL INSTEAD BE CREDITED AGAINST AMOUNT OF DEBT IN ARREARS TO THE US.HR152636Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v533TO AMEND H.R. 15263, SAID AMENDMENT RESPECTING FUNDING OF AID TO EDUCATION IN IMPACTED AREAS OF THE U.S. THROUGH CERTAIN UNCOMMITTED FOREIGN AID FUNDS.HR152636Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v534TO AMEND H.R. 15263, BY RESTORING HOUSE COMMITTEE FIGURES ON ECONOMIC AID (OTHER THAN SUPPORTING ASSISTANCE) AND TO RESTORE AID ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.HR152631Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v536TO PASS H.R. 15263.HR152631Yea vote
PL 90-554
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s90v537TO AMEND H.R. 18785, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION BY REDUCING BY $227 MILLION THE FUNDS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, ARMY.HR187856Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v538TO PASS H.R. 18785, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION.HR187851Yea vote
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s90v540TO AMEND H. R. 18037 BY INCREASING BY $10,000,000 THE FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR THE DROPOUT PREVENTION PROGRAM.HR180371Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v541TO AMEND H. R. 18037 BY INCREASING BY $215 MILLION THE FUNDS FOR THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY.HR180371Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v544TO PASS H. R. 18037.HR180371Yea vote
Req 900339-43, 900348-49, 900368-69, 900484-87, 900461-62
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s90v545TO AMEND H. R. 17324, THE RENEGOTIATIONS AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1968, BY EXEMPTING THE RENEGOTIATION BOARD FROM EMPLOYEE LIMITATIONS IN THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE CONTROL ACT OF 1968HR173241Yea vote
Req 900466
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s90v550TO AMEND S. 3633, BY DEFINING THE TERM ''AMMUNITION'' AND EXEMPTING CERTAIN TYPES OF AMMUNITION FROM COVERAGE, SUCH AS SHOT-GUN SHELLS, METALLIC AMMUNITION SUITABLE FOR USE ONLY IN RIFLES OR ANY 22 CALIBER RIMFIRE AMMUNITION.S36336Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v551TO AMEND S. 3633, BY TIGHTENING QUALIFICATIONS FOR A LICENSED DEALER IN FIREARMS.S36331Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v552TO TABLE THE MOTION TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH THE SENATE REJECTED MR. DODD'S AMENDMENT RESPECTING QUALIFICATIONS FOR A LICENSED DEALER IN FIREARMS.S36336Nay vote
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s90v553TO AMEND S. 3633, BY ADDING NEW TITLES TO BILL PROVIDING FOR REGISTRATION LICENSING OF FIREARMS.S36331Yea vote
Req 900424-25
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s90v554TO AMEND S. 3633, BY PROVIDING THAT AFTER DEC. 31, 1970, NO LICENSE SHALL BE RENEWED OR GRANTED TO FIREARMS DEALERS, IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS, OR COLLECTORS IN A STATE WHICH DOES NOT HAVE AN EFFECTIVE FIREARMS CONTROL LAW REQUIRING REGISTRATIONS36331Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v558TO PASS H. R. 17735, THE HOUSE BILL PROVIDING FOR BETTER CONTROL OF THE INTERSTATE TRAFFIC IN FIREARMS, AFTER SUBSTITUTING FOR ITS TEXT THE AMENDED LANGUAGE OF S. 3633.HR177351Yea vote
Req 900414-15, 900418
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s90v565TO AMEND H. R. 2767 BY EXEMPTING THE EMPLOYEES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION FROM THE TOTAL EMPLOYEE LIMITATIONS OF THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE CONTROL ACT OF 1968.HR27671Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v566TO AMEND MR. ELLENDER'S AMENDMENT TO H. R. 2767. THE ELLENDER AMENDMENT EXEMPTS PRICE SUPPORT, EXPENDITURES AND OBLIGATIONS BY COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION IN EXCESS OF BUDGET ESTIMATES FROM THE REDUCTION REQUIRED BY THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITUREHR27671Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v567TO AMEND H. R. 2767 BY EXEMPTING PRICE SUPPORT EXPENDITURES AND OBLIGATIONS BY COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION IN EXCESS OF BUDGETS ESTIMATES, FROM THE REDUCTION REQUIRED BY THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE CONTROL ACT OF 1968.HR27671Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v570TO CLOSE DEBATE ON THE MOTION TO CONSIDER THE NOMINATION OF ABE FORTAS TO BE CHIEF-JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES. (TWO-THIRDS OF SENATORS PRESENT AND VOTING NOT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, THE MOTION FAILED.)NOMINA1Yea vote
nominee-cloture
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s90v571TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON H. R. 18366, PROPOSED VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1968.HR183661Yea vote
Req 900344-47
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s90v572TO AMEND H. R. 18707, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEFENSE ESTABLISHMENT, SO AS TO BAR USE OF FUNDS DURING BALANCE OF FISCAL 1969 FOR PRODUCTION AND DEPLOYMENT OF THE SENTINEL ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEM.HR187076Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v573TO AMEND H. R. 18707 BY ELIMINATING FUNDS FOR THE BOMBER DEFENSE SYSTEM KNOWN AS SAGE.HR187076Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v574TO AMEND H. R. 18707 BY BARRING USE OF FUNDS FOR PROCUREMENT OF CERTAIN TYPES OF MILITARY HELICOPTERS.HR187076Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v575TO AMEND H. R. 18707, BY REDUCING BY 10% THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF APPROPRIATIONS IN TITLE I OF THE BILL, DEALING WITH MILITARY PERSONNEL.HR187076Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v576TO AMEND H. R. 18707 BY BARRING USE OF ANY FUNDS FOR THE SURFACE TO AIR MISSILES KNOWN AS HAWK, NIKE-HERCULES, AND BOMARC.HR187076Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v577TO AMEND H. R. 18707 BY LIMITING TO $7,108,600,000 FUNDS FOR RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION.HR187076Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports president
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s90v581TO PASS H. R. 18707.HR187071Yea vote
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s90v582TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION ON A CONVENTION ON THE RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN ARBITRAL AWARDS, ADOPTED AT NEW YORK ON JUNE 10, 1958.CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v583TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION FOR A CONVENTION ON TRANSIT TRADE OF LANDLOCKED STATES, SIGNED ON DEC. 30, 1965.CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v584TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTIONS ESTABLISHING A CUSTOMS COOPERATION COUNCIL.CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v585TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE TEXT OF A PARTIAL REVISION OF THE RADIO REGULATIONS (GENEVA, 1959), WITH A FINAL PROTOCOL.CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v586TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF A PROTOCOL RELATING TO THE STATUS OF REFUGEES, WITH CERTAIN RESERVATIONS.CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v587TO CONSIDER COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS TO H. R. 19908, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATION FOR THE FOREIGN AID PROGRAM.HR199081Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v588TO PASS H. R. 19908, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FOREIGN AID PROGRAM.HR199081Yea vote
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s90v589TO PASS A RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION ON THE RESCUE AND RETURN OF ASTRONAUTS.CONVEN1Yea vote
Treaty
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s90v592TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H. R. 18037, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR AND HEALTH EDUCATION AND WELFARE.HR180371Yea vote
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s90v593TO CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENT NO. 10 TO H. R. 18037, FISCAL 1969 APPROPRIATIONS FOR DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, AND HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE. THE HOUSE AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT FUNDS FOR SCHOOL ASSISTANCE IN FEDERALLY IMPACTED AREAS SHALL NOT BE SHR180371Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v594TO AMEND H. R. 20300, SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1969, BY PROVIDING TO EXEMPT UP TO $907 MILLION OF 1968 FORM PRICE SUPPORTS FROM THE REVENUE AND CONTROL EXPENDITURE ACT OF 1968.HR203001Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v595TO AMEND H. R. 20300, BY EXEMPTING THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE FOR GRANTS TO STATES FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE UP TO $750 MILLION FROM THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE CONTROL ACT OF 1968.HR203001Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports president
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s90v596TO PASS H. R. 20300.HR203001Yea vote
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