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President's Positions on 97th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s97v1TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF CASPAR WILLARD WEINBERGER, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v3TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ALEXANDER M. HAIG, OF CONNECTICUT, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF STATE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v4TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF RICHARD S. SCHWEIKER, OF PENNSYLVANIA, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v5TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM EMERSON BROCK III, OF TENNESSEE, TO BE THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE, WITH THE RANK OF AMBASSADOR. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v6(CONTINUED) TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DONALD T. REGAN, OF NEW JERSEY, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v8TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM FRENCH SMITH, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v9TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JOHN R. BLOCK, OF ILLINOIS, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v10TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF MALCOLM BALDRIGE, OF CONNECTICUT, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE. (MOTION (CONTINUED) PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v11TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF SAMUEL R. PIERCE, JR., OF NEW YORK, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v12TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ANDREW L. LEWIS, JR., OF PENNSYLVANIA, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v13TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES G. WATT, OF COLORADO, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v14TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES B. EDWARDS, OF SOUTH (CONTINUED) CAROLINA, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF ENERGY. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v15TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DR. TERRELL H. BELL, OF UTAH, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF EDUCATION. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v16TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM J. CASEY, OF NEW YORK, TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v17TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DAVID STOCKMAN, OF MICHIGAN, TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v18TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JEANE J. KIRKPATRICK, OF MARYLAND, TO BE THE UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE TO THE (CONTINUED) UNITED NATIONS, AND THE UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE IN THE SECURITY COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v19TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF RAYMOND J. DONOVAN, OF NEW JERSEY, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF LABOR. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v20TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF FRANK CARLUCCI, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE THE DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v21TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ADMIRAL B.R. INMAN TO BE THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v22TO TABLE BYRD AMENDMENT TO H. R. 1553, TEMPORARY PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT INCREASE, TO DECREASE THE LEVEL OF TEMPORARY DEBT (CONTINUED) LIMIT FROM $585 BILLION TO $563 BILLION. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Req 970001
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s97v23TO PASS H. R. 1553, TEMPORARY PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT INCREASE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Req 970001
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s97v24TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM P. CLARK, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE THE DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v25TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF MURRAY L. WEIDENBAUM, OF MISSOURI, TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v27TO AMEND H. R. 2166, EXTENDING THE ANTI-TRUST EXEMPTION FOR OIL COMPANIES THAT PARTICIPATE IN THE AGREEMENT ON AN INTERNATIONAL ENERGY PROGRAM, BY RESTORING OIL PRICE CONTROLS. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
A nay was a vote supporting the presidents position (CQ says this is bill S573)
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s97v29TO AGREE TO S. RES. 89, DISAPPROVING THE PAY RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT WITH RESPECT TO THE MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. (MOTION PASSED)SRES891Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v30TO AGREE TO S. RES. 90, DISAPPROVING THE PAY RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT WITH RESPECT FOR CERTAIN OFFICES AND POSITIONS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. (MOTION PASSED)SRES901Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v31TO AGREE TO S. RES. 91, DISAPPROVING THE PAY RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT WITH RESPECT TO CERTAIN PERSONNEL IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH. (MOTION PASSED)SRES911Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v32TO AGREE TO S. RES. 92, DISAPPROVING THE PAY RECOMMNDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT WITH RESPECT TO OFFICES AND POSITIONS UNDER THE EXECUTIVE SCHEDULE. (MOTION PASSED)SRES921Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v33TO TABLE MELCHER AMENDMENT TO S. 509, REPEALING AUTHORITY FOR A SEMI-ANNUAL INCREASE IN DAIRY PRICE SUPPORTS, THAT WOULD ESTABLISH A SECTION 22 QUOTA ON THE IMPORTATION OF CASEIN PRODUCTS INTO THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION FAILED) (CONTINUED) SEE 1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v34TO AMEND S. 509, BY ESTABLISHING A SECTION 22 QUOTA ON THE IMPORTATION OF CASEIN PRODUCTS INTO THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 16Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v40TO PASS S. 509. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 1S5091Yea vote
3/31/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-6.
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s97v43TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR VETERANS' MEDICAL SERVICES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v44TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY REDUCING THE APPROPRIATIONS REDUCTIONS REQUIRED AS A RESULT OF CHANGES IN VETERANS' PROGRAMS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v45TO AGREE TO DIVISION 1 OF HELMS AMENDMENT TO S. CON. RES. 9, BY ADDING $200 MILLION IN BUDGET AUTHORITY AND $200 MILLION IN OUTLAYS FOR PROGRAMS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION, AND FORESTRY. (MOTION PASSED) SE6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v46TO AGREE TO DIVISION 2 OF HELMS AMENDMENT TO S. CON. RES. 9, BY CUTTING $900 MILLION IN BUDGET AUTHORITY AND $200 MILLION IN OUTLAYS IN FISCAL 1982 FROM PROGRAMS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE 6Nay vote
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s97v47TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY INCREASING SAVINGS IN PROGRAMS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS, AND INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS FOR PROGRAMS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v49TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAMS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v50TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR SOCIAL SECURITY MINIMUM BENEFITS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v54TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR PELL GRANTS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v55TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v56TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, LOW INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE, URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANT PROGRAMS, PREVENTIVE AND COMMUNITY HEALTH PROGRAMS, AND URBAN MASS TRANSIT PROGRAMS. (MOTION FAILED6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v57TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
Req 970005
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s97v58TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 21Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v59TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY PROVIDING FOR AN ACROSS THE (CONTINUED) BOARD REDUCTION IN ENERGY ACTIVITIES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v60TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR PRIMARY HEALTH CARE AND PREVENTION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v61TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR YOUTH TRAINING PROGRAMS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v62TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE, CONRAIL, AND MASS TRANSIT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
Req 970009
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s97v63TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY REDUCING FUNDS FOR PROVISIONS RELATING TO FEDERAL COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENTS (COLA). (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v66TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR THE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 21Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v69TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
Req 970009
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s97v72TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
Req 970009
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s97v74TO AMEND S. CON. RES. 9, BY RESTORING FUNDS FOR LOW INCOME FUEL ASSISTANCE. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 26Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v77TO AGREE TO S. CON. RES. 9. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 21Yea vote
Req 970009
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s97v83TO PASS S. 734, PROMOTING THE FORMATION OF U.S. EXPORT TRADING COMPANIES. (MOTION PASSED)S7341Yea vote
10/8/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-290.
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s97v84TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE MARITIME BOUNDARY SETTLEMENT TREATY WITH CANADA, EX.U (96TH CONG.,1ST SESS). (MOTION PASSED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 970022
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s97v85TO TABLE PERCY AMENDMENT TO S.786, FISCAL 1981-1983 AUTHORIZATION FOR U.S. CONTRIBUTION TO THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION AND PROVIDING FOR U.S. MEMBERSHIP IN THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, THAT PROVIDED THAT NO MORE THAN $540 MILLION6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v86TO AMEND S.786, DEVELOPMENT BANK AUTHORIZATIONS, TO PROVIDE FULL FUNDING FOR THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v87TO PASS S. 786, TO AUTHORIZE U.S. CONTRIBUTION TO THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION, AND PROVIDE FOR U.S. MEMBERSHIP IN THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (MOTION PASSED)S7861Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v89TO AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING NOMINATION EN BLOC: LEONORE ANNENBERG, OF PENNSYLVANIA, WITH RANK OF AMBASSADOR AS CHIEF OF PROTOCOL FOR THE WHITE HOUSE, JOHN J. LOUIS, JR., OF ILLINOIS, AMBASSADOR TO GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND, ARTHUR H. WOO1Yea vote
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s97v119TO PASS S. 815, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR MILITARY PROCURMENT PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 4S8151Yea vote
12/1/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-86.
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s97v120TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATIN OF JOHN B. CROWELL,JR., OF OREGON, TO BE AN ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 41Yea vote
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s97v121TO TABLE THE MOYNIHAN AMENDMENT TO H R. 3512 (WHICH PROVIDES FOR THE APPROPRIATION OF SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1981, AND FOR RESCINDING CERTAIN BUDGET AUTHORITY), RELATING TO CHANGES IN THE SOCIAL SECURITY BEN1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v125TO AMEND H. R. 3512 PROVIDING FUNDS FOR ADVANCED PROCUREMENT AND RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR THE REACTIVATION OF THE BATTLESHIP U.S.S. NEW JEREY AND THE BATTLESHIP U.S.S. IOWA. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 51Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v128TO AMEND H. R. 3512 BY ADDING $20 MILLION FOR A BINARY CHEMICAL MUNITIONS PRODUCTION FACILITY AND TO REDUCE THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATION FOR THE ARMY BY $20 MILLION.(MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 56Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v132TO AMEND H. R. 3512 BY TABLING THE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO USE FEDERAL FUNDS TO PAY FOR ABORTIONS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 51Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v134TO PASS H. R. 3512 WHICH APPROPRIATES SUPPLMENTAL FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1981, AND RESCINDING CERTAIN BUDGET AUTHORITY. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 5HR35121Yea vote
6/5/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-12.
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s97v135TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF R. TENNEY JOHNSON, OF MARYLAND, TO BE GENERAL COUNSEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY.(MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v139TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF CHESTER A. CROCKER, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE AN ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v145TO AMEND S. 1007, BY PROVIDING THAT THE ANNUAL CEILINGS ON FOOD STAMP SPENDING BE ADJUSTED UPWARD OR DOWNWARD, WHEN FOOD PRICE INFLATION OR UNEMPLOYMENT SIGNIFICANTLY EXCEEDED OR WAS LESS THAN THE PROJECTED RATES ON WHICH THE THE SPENDING CEILI6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v148TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF THE RATIFICATION OF THE 1980 PROTOCOL OF THE INTERIM CONVENTION ON THE CONSERVATION OF NORTH PACIFIC FUR SEALS, EXTENDING FOR FOUR YEARS THE INTERIM CONVENTION OF 1957 SIGNED BY THE UNITED STATES, JAPAN, CANADA AND1Yea vote
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s97v149TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF MYER RASHISH OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TO BE THE UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR ECONOMIC AFFAIRS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s97v151TO AMEND S.921, THE SENATE COMPANION BILL TO H.R. 3499, WHICH IMPROVES CERTAIN PROGRAMS PROVIDED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO VETERANS, BY PROVIDING CERTAIN HEALTH-CARE ELIGIBILITY AND OUTPATIENT CARE PRIORITY TO VETERANS FOR DISABILITIES LINKE6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v152TO AMEND S.921, THE SENATE COMPANION BILL TO H.R. 3499, WHICH IMPROVES CERTAIN PROGRAMS PROVIDED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO VETERANS, BY EXTENDING FOR THREE YEARS THE PERIOD IN WHICH VIETNAM-ERA VETERANS MAY REQUEST READJUSTMENT COUNSELING AN6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v153TO PASS S. 921, THE SENATE COMPANION BILL TO H.R. 3499, TO PROVIDE MEDICAL COVERAGE TO VIETNAM VETERANS EXPOSED TO THE HERBICIDE AGENT ORANGE AND TO CONTINUE READJUSTMENT COUNSELING CENTERS FOR VIETNAM VETERANS. (MOTION PASSED)S9216Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v156TO PASS S.1195, TO PROVIDE FOR CONTINUED PARTICIPATION BY THE UNITED STATES IN THE INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT AND THE INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK. (MOTION PASSED)S11951Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v157TO AMEND S.1193, THE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, BY PROVIDING THAT THE CONGRESS REAFFIRM THE DEDICATION OF THE UNITED STATES TO THE PROTECTION OF THE LIVES OF ALL THE WORLD'S CHILDREN AND THE SUPPORT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR EFF6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v158TO PASS S. 1193, THE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE FOR FISCAL 1982 AND 1983. (MOTION PASSED)S11931Yea vote
8/24/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-241.
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s97v160TO AMEND S. 1377, THE BUDGET RECONCILIATION PROVISIONS OF SECTION 310(C) OF THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT OF 1974, AS MANDATED IN H. CON. RES. 115, WHICH REVISES THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL YEARS 1982, 1983 AND6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v162TO AMEND S. 1377, BY MAINTAINING CURRENT LAW WITH RESPECT TO CHILD WELFARE SERVICES, ADOPTION ASSISTANCE, AND FOSTER CARE PAYMENTS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 76Nay vote
Req 970006
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s97v164TO AMEND S. 1377, BY PROVIDING BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 76Nay vote
Req 970005
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s97v182TO PASS S. 1377 TO CONFORM THE RECONCILIATION PROVISIONS OF SECTION 310(C) OF THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT OF 1974, AS MANDATED IN H. CON. RES. 115, REVISING THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL YEARS 1982, 1983, AND 11Yea vote
Req 970004
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s97v189TO TABLE THE BRADLEY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 266, TO INCREASE CAPITAL GAINS DEDUCTION TO 70 PERCENT. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 81Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v190TO TABLE THE D'AMATO AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 266, TO MAKE PERMANENT THE PARTIAL EXCLUSION OF DIVIDEND AND INTEREST FROM GROSS INCOME. (MOTION PASSED) (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 81Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v201TO AMEND H. J. RES. 266 BY PROVIDING A ONE-YEAR TARGETED RATE CUT WHICH DISTRIBUTES BENEFITS TO MIDDLE AND LOW INCOME INDIVIDUALS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 86Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v202TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY WITH CANADA ON PACIFIC COAST ALBACORE TUNA VESSELS AND PORT PRIVILEGES. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v211TO AMEND H. J. RES. 266 BY PROVIDING A ONE-YEAR TARGETED RATE CUT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 86Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v212TO AMEND H. J. RES. 266 BY PROVIDING TARGETED TAX RATE SCHEDULES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 86Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v213TO AMEND H. J. RES. 266, BY PROVIDING ADDITIONAL TAX RELIEF TO OFFSET THE EFFECTS OF INFLATION AND SOCIAL SECURITY TAXES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 86Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v239TO AGREE TO COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 266 THAT WOULD REDUCE PERSONAL INCOME TAX BY 25% OVER THREE YEARS, PROVIDE FOR INDEXING, AND ECOURAGE INVESTMENTS AND SAVINGS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 81Yea vote
Req 970013-15, 970039-42
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s97v241TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION AGAINST THE TAKING OF HOSTAGES (EXEC N, 96TH CONG, 2ND SESS). (MOTION PASSED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v242TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION ON THE PHYSICAL PROTECTION OF NUCLEAR MATERIAL (EXEC H, 96TH CONG, 2ND SESS). (MOTION PASSED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v243TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF THE REVISED CUSTOMS CONVENTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT OF GOODS UNDER COVER OF TIR CARNETS (EX M.S., 95TH CONG, 1ST SESS). (MOTION PASSED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v244TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION AMENDMENTS TO THE INTER GOVERNMENTAL MARITIME CONSULTATIVE ORGANIZATION CONVENTION (EX K, 96TH CONG, 2ND SESS). (MOTION PASSED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v245TO PASS H.R. 4034, MAKING FISCAL 1982 APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT. (MOTION PASSED)HR40341Yea vote
12/23/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-101.
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s97v246TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF REX E. LEE, OF UTAH, TO BE SOLICITOR GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v247TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 3982, PROVIDING FOR RECONCILIATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 301 OF THE FIRST CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL 1982. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Req 970004
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s97v248TO SUSTAIN THE CHAIR IN RULNG THAT THE MOYNIHAN MOTION TO PROCEED TO THE CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 4331, AMENDING THE OMNIBUS RECONCILIATION ACT OF 1981 TO RESTORE MINIMUM BENEFITS UNDER THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT, WAS NOT IN ORDER. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v250TO RECOMMIT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4242, ECONOMIC RECOVERY TAX ACT OF 1981. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION (CQ vote 247), Req 970013-15, 970039-42
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s97v251TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4242, ECONOMIC RECOVRY TAX ACT OF 1981. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Req 970013-15, 970039-42
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s97v253TO PASS S. 1181, TO INCREASE THE PAY ALLOWANCES AND BENEFITS FOR MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES. (MOTION PASSED)S11811Yea vote
10/14/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-60.
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s97v254TO TABLE THE JEPSEN AMENDMENT TO THE BOSCHWITZ AMENDMENT TO S. 884, THE AUTHORIZATION OF FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1982 THROUGH 1985 FOR COMMODITY PRICE SUPPORT PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, AND FOR AGRICULTURE RESEAR1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v255TO TABLE THE BOSCHWITZ AMENDMENT TO THE JEPSEN AMENDMENT TO S. 884. THE BOSCHWITZ AMENDMENT SETS DAIRY PRICE SUPPORTS AT 75-90 PERCENT OF PARITY THROUGH 1985, WITH AN ANNUAL ADJUSTMENT TO MAINTAIN AT LEAST A 75 PERCENT LEVEL AND A SECOND, SEMIN1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v261TO TABLE THE PRESSLER AMENDMENT TO S. 884, ESTABLISHING A SECTION 22 QUOTA ON THE IMPORTATION OF CASEIN PRODUCTS INTO THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 81Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v265TO TABLE THE ZORINSKY AMENDMENT TO S. 884, REVISING THE PROVISIONS RELATING TO COMMODITY PROGRAMS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 81Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v270TO AMEND S. 884, BY PROVIDING FOR LOAN RATES, TARGET PRICES, DISASTER PAYMENTS, REDUCTION PROGRAMS, AND LAND DIVERSION FOR THE 1982 THROUGH 1985 CROPS OF WHEAT, FEED GRAINS, COTTON, AND RICE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 81Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v273TO PASS S. 884. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 8S8841Yea vote
12/22/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-98.
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s97v274TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF SANDRA D. O'CONNOR, OF ARIZONA, TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v275(CONTINUED) TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES C. MILLER III, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE A FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSIONER. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v276TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES R. RICHARDS, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v278TO AGREE TO AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE LUGAR AMENDMENT (AS PREVIOUSLY AMENDED BY THE PELL SUBSTITUTE, SEE REF. NO. 287). TO EL SALVADOR INTO A STATEMENT OF THE SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT U.S. MILITARY AID SHOULD BE USED TO E1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v290TO TABLE THE HART AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 265. THE HART AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT THE INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RATE REDUCTIONS PROVIDED BY THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY TAX ACT OF 1981 SHALL NOT TAKE EFFECT UNTIL THE FEDERAL BUDGET IS BALANCED. (MOTION PASS1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v291TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF CHARLES A. BOWSHER, OF MARYLAND, TO BE COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES. (NOMINATION CONFIRMED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v293TO TABLE THE EXON AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 265. THE AMENDMENT REDUCES THE THIRD YEAR TAX CUT PROVIDED BY THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY TAX ACT OF 1981 IF CERTAIN ECONOMIC GOALS ARE NOT ATTAINED. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 101Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v294TO TABLE THE EAGLETON AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 265. THE AMENDMENT ESTABLISHES A TRUST FUND TO BE FINANCED FROM REVENUES FROM THE REPEAL OF REDUCTIONS IN THE WINDFALL PROFIT TAX CONTAINED IN THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY TAX ACT OF 1981 AND WHICH IS USED1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v298TO PASS H. J. RES. 265, TO PROVIDE FOR A TEMPORARY INCREASE IN THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT. (MOTION PASSED)HJRES2651Yea vote
yea supports pres position, 9/30/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-49.
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s97v304TO ACCEPT A TECHNICAL CHANGE IN THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 325. THE CHANGE WOULD REMOVE THE EXISTING $3,000 CAP ON BUSINESS-RELATED TAX DEDUCTIONS CLAIMED BY MEMBERS OF CONGRESS WHILE AWAY FROM HOME. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 9HJRES3251Yea vote
10/1/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-51.
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s97v305TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DONALD B. FUNDERBURK, OF NORTH CAROLINA, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF ROMANIA. (NOMINATION CONFIRMED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v312TO TABLE THE EAGLETON AMENDMENT TO H.R. 4331, A BILL TO RESTORE MINIMUM BENEFITS UNDER THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT. THE EAGLETON AMENDMENT REPEALS A SCHEDULED REDUCTION IN THE WINDFALL PROFITS TAX ON NEWLY DISCOVERED OIL AND PUTS THE ADDITIONAL REV1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v315TO PASS H.R. 4331, THE LEGISLATION TO RESTORE MINIMUM BENEFITS UNDER THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT. (MOTION PASSED)HR43311Yea vote
12/29/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-123.
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s97v317TO AMEND S. 1196, BY REQUIRING THAT THE PRESIDENT CUT OFF AID TO PAKISTAN OR INDIA IF EITHER SHOULD EXPLODE A NUCLEAR DEVICE IN THE FUTURE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 126Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v324TO TABLE THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO S. 1196. THE AMENDMENT REPEALS THE PROHIBITION ON MILITARY AID AND ARMS SALES TO CHILE. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 126Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v329TO AMEND S. 1196, BY DELETING $100 MILLION FOR ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE TO PAKISTAN. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 126Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v330TO PASS S. 1196. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 12S11961Yea vote
12/29/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-113.
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s97v337TO PASS H.R.4035 AS AMENDED TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED AGENCIES. SEE NOTE(S) 13HR40351Yea vote
12/23/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-100.
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s97v338TO ADOPT H.CON.RES.194 TO DISAPPROVE THE PROPOSED SALES TO SAUDI ARABIA OF THE AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM (AWACS) AIRCRAFT, CONFORMAL FUEL TANKS FO F-15 AIRCRAFT, AIM-9L SIDEWINDER MISSILES, AND BOEING 707 AERIAL REFUELING AIRCRAFT. (M6Nay vote
Req 970044, nay supports pres
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s97v343TO PASS S.1503 AS AMENDED. (MOTION PASSED). SEE NOTE(S) 14S15036Nay vote
CQ=nay, 3/24/1982 Failed of passage in Senate over VETO. Status: Failed of passage in Senate over VETO by Yea-Nay Vote. 58-36. Record Vote No: 63.
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s97v344TO AMEND H.R.4119, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND RELATED AGENCIES, TO PROVIDE FOR A 2.6 PERCENT REDUCTION IN DISCRETIONARY BUDGET AUTHORITY. (MOTION FAILED).1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v345TO PASS H.R.4119 AS AMENDED APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND RELATED AGENCIES.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v352TO PASS H.R.4209, AS AMENDED, APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED AGENCIES. (MOTION PASSED).HR42091Yea vote
12/23/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-102.
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s97v353TO AMEND H.R.4144, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS, TO PROHIBIT FUNDS FOR THE TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI. (MOTION FAILED).6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v354TO TABLE THE TSONGAS AMENDMENT TO THE BUMPERS AMENDMENT. THE TSONGAS AMENDMENT SETS FUNDING FOR THE CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR PROJECT AT $90 MILLION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982. (CONTINUED) THE BUMPERS AMENDMENT TERMINATES FUNDING FOR THE CLINCH RI1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v355TO TABLE THE BUMPERS AMENDMENT TO H.R.4144 TO TERMINATE FUNDING FOR THE CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR PROJECT. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 151Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v356TO TABLE THE MOTION TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH THE BUMPERS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 4144 TO TERMINATE FUNDING FOR THE CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR PROJECT WAS TABLED. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 151Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v358TO PASS H.R.3455, AFTER STRIKING ALL AFTER THE ENACTING CLAUSE AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF THE TEXT OF S.1408, THE SENATE COMPANION MEASURE AS AMENDED, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENHR34551Yea vote
12/23/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-99.
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s97v360TO PASS H.R.4144 AS AMENDED. (MOTION PASSED). SEE NOTE(S) 15HR41441Yea vote
12/4/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-88.
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s97v374TO AGREE TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL I TO THE TREATY FOR THE PROHIBITION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN LATIN AMERICA (THE TREATY OF TLATELOCO), WITH UNDERSTANDINGS, SIGNED MAY 26, 1977. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty, yea supports pres
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s97v379TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF C. EVERETT KOOP, OF PENNSYLVANIA, TO BE MEDICAL DIRECTOR IN THE REGULAR CORPS OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE AND TO BE SURGEON GENERAL OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. (NOMINATION CONFIRMED)1Yea vote
Nominee, yea supports president
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s97v384TO RATIFY TREATY DOCUMENT NO.97-20, THE AGREEMENT EXTENDING FOR EIGHT MONTHS THE TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP AND COOPERATION WITH SPAIN. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v385TO RATIFY TREATY EX.Y.NO. 96-2, A TAX TREATY WITH THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v386TO RATIFY TREATY EX.U., NO.96-2, A TAX TREATY WITH THE ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED).1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v387TO RATIFY EX.U., TREATY DOCUMENT 97-1, A TAX TREATY WITH THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 (CONTINUED) REQUIRED).1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v388TO RATIFY EX.C., TREATY DOCUMENT 94-2, A TAX CONVENTION WITH THE STATE OF ISRAEL. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED).1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v389TO RATIFY EX.M., TREATY DOCUMENT 96-2, A TAX TREATY AND PROPOSED PROTOCAL WITH THE STATE OF ISRAEL. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED).1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v390TO RATIFY EX.E., TREATY DOCUMENT NO.96-2, A TAX TREATY WITH THE REPUBLIC OF MALTA. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v391TO RATIFY EX.H., TREATY DOCUMENT NO.95-2, A TAX TREATY WITH THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED).1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v392TO RATIFY EX.Z., TREATY DOCUMENT NO.96-2, A PROTOCOL TO THE TAX TREATY WITH THE KINGDOM OF NORWAY. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED) V/4031Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v399TO PASS S.J.RES.115, APPROVING THE PRESIDENT'S RECOMMENDED WAIVER OF LAW TO EXPEDITE THE CONSTRUCTION AND INITIAL OPERATION OF THE ALASKA NATURAL GAS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. (MOTION PASSED).1Yea vote
Req 970065-72, yea supports pres (CQ)
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s97v414TO TABLE THE DECONCINI AMENDMENT TO H.J.RES.357 TO DISPROVE THE PROPOSED DEFERRAL OF BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HEALTH-CARE FACILITY. (MOTION PASSED). (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 181Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v424TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON THE H.J.RES.357 TO PROVIDE FUNDING AUTHORITY DURING THE PERIOD NOVEMBER 20, 1981, THROUGH JULY 15, 1982, FOR GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WHOSE REGULAR FISCAL 1982 APPROPRIATIONS BILLS HAD NOT BEEN ENACTED. (MOTION PASSHJRES3576Nay vote
11/23/1981 Vetoed by President.
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s97v426PASSAGE OF H.J. RES 368 PROVIDING FUNDING AUTHORITY FOR THE PERIOD NOV. 20, 1981, THROUGH DEC. 15, 1981, FOR GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WHOSE 1982 BILLS HAD NOT BEEN ENACTED.(MOTION PASSEHJRES3681Yea vote
11/23/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-85.
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s97v428TO AMEND H.R.4995, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON THE REACTIVATION OF THE U.S.S.{{IOWA}}. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 191Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v438TO AGREE TO TREATY DOC. NO. 97-7, THE TREATY OF EXTRADITION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS, SIGNED AT THE HAGUE OF JUNE 24, 1980. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v439TO AGREE TO TREATY DOC. NO 97-8, THE TREATY OF EXTRADITION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA, SIGNED AT WASHINGTON ON SEPTEMBER 14, 1979. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v440TO AGREE TO TREATY DOC. NO. 97-11, THE TREATY OF MUTUAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA, SIGNED AT WASHINGTON ON AUGUST 20, 1980. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v441TO AGREE TO TREATY DOC. NO. 97-16, THE TREATY ON MUTUAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS, TOGETHER WITH A RELATED EXCHANGE OF NOTES, SIGNED AT THE HAGUE ON JUNE 12, 1981. (TREATY RATIFIED, 2/3 REQUIR1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v443TO AMEND H.R. 4995, TO LIMIT THE USE OF FUNDS FOR MX BASING. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 191Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v445TO AMEND H.R. 4995, TO DELETE ALL FUNDING FOR ANY INTERIM PROGRAM FOR THE BASING OR DEPLOYMENT OF THE MX MISSILE. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 196Nay vote
Req 970062, nay supports pres (CQ)
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s97v461TO PASS S.881, A BILL AMENDING THE SMALL BUSINESS ACT TO STRENGTHEN THE ROLE OF THE SMALL INNOVATIVE FIRMS IN FEDERALLY FUNDED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, AND WOULD UTILIZE FEDERAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AS A BASE FOR TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION TS8811Yea vote
7/22/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-219.
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s97v464TO AMEND S.CON.RES.50, A BILL REAFFIRMING THE PROVISIONS OF S.CON.RES. 115, SETTING FORTH RECOMMENDED LEVELS OF TOTAL BUDGET OUTLAYS, FEDERAL REVENUES, AND NEW BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEARS 1982, 1983, AND 1984. THIS AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v467TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S.884, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1982 THROUGH 1985 FOR COMMODITY PRICE SUPPORT PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FOR AGRICULTURE RESEARCH, SOIL CONSERVATION, AND AGRICULTURE EXS8841Yea vote
12/22/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-98, yea supports pres (CQ)
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s97v479TO AMEND H.J.RES.370 TO INCREASE BY $30,000,000 THE AMOUNT OTHERWISE MADE AVAILABLE FOR OPERATIONS UNDER PUBLIC LAW 480. (MOTION FAILED). SEE NOTE(S) 216Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v482TO PASS H.J.RES.370. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 21HJRES3701Yea vote
12/15/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-92.
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s97v484TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S.1086, AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1982, 1983, AND 1983 FOR SPECIFIED PROGRAMS OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965, AND ELIMINATING, REVISING, OR COORDINATING CERTAIN OTHER PROGRAMS. (MOTION PASSED)S10861Yea vote
12/29/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-115.
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s97v485TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R.3567, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR 1982 AND 1983 TO CARRY OUT THE PURPOSES OF THE EXPORT ADMINISTRATION ACT. (MOTION PASSED).HR35671Yea vote
12/29/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-145.
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s97v486TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4331,THE (CONTINUED) SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1981.(MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Req 970054, 970057
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s97v487TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R.4119, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND RELATED AGENCIES. SENATE CONCURRED IN THE AMENDMENTS OF THE HOUSE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS NUMBERED 15, 23, 30, 35,HR41191Yea vote
12/23/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-103, yea supports pres position
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s97v488TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R.4241, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. SENATE CONCURRED IN THE AMENDMENTS OF THE HOUSE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS NUMBERED 11, 15HR42411Yea vote
12/23/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-106.
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s97v489TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R.4995, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. (MOTION PASSED).HR49951Yea vote
12/29/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-114.
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s97v490TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S.1196, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR CERTAIN FOREIGN DEVELOPMENT AND SECURITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS, FOR THE PEACE CORPS, SEPARATING THE PEACE CORPS FROM THE ACTION AGENCY, AND PROHIBITINGS11961Yea vote
12/29/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-113.
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s97v494TO PASS H.R. 5159, A BILL PROVIDING FOR A TAX INCREASE ON UNDERGROUND AND SURFACE COAL TO RESTORE THE BLACK LUNG DISABILITY TRUST FUND. (MOTION PASSED)HR51591Yea vote
12/29/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-119.
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s97v497TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4559, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR FOREIGN ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS. (MOTION PASSED) Y=55 N=34 TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4559, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOHR45591Yea vote
12/29/1981 Became Public Law No: 97-121.
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s97v505TO PASS H.J. RES. 391 TO MAKE AN URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1982 FOR THE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION, GRANTS TO STATES FOR UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AND EMPLOYMHJRES3911Yea vote
2/22/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-148.
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s97v537TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES DANIEL THEBERGE OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TO BE THE UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR TO CHILE. (NOMINATION CONFIRMED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v539TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 1503, A BILL AUTHORIZING THE PRESIDENT TO ALLOCATE SUPPLIES OF CRUDE OIL AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS DURING A SEVERE PETROLEUM SUPPLY SHORTAGE.S15036Nay vote
nay vote supports pres, 3/24/1982 Failed of passage in Senate over VETO. Status: Failed of passage in Senate over VETO by Yea-Nay Vote. 58-36. Record
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s97v540TO PASS S.J. RES. 142, DESIGNATING MARCH 21, 1982 AS AFGHANISTAN DAY, COMMEMORATING THE STRUGGLE OF THE PEOPLE OF AFGHANISTAN AGAINST THE OCCUPATION OF THEIR COUNTRY BY SOVIET FORCES. (MOTION PASSED)SJRES1421Yea vote
3/10/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-151.
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s97v550TO AMEND S. 391, A BILL ESTABLISHING CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR THE DISCLOSURE OF CLASSIFIED INFORMATION IDENTIFYING AN INDIVIDUAL ENGAGED IN FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. THE CHAFEE AMENDMENT DESCRIBES THE CRIMI1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v552TO PASS H.R. 4, A BILL MAKING IT A FELONY TO PUBLICLY EXPOSE THE IDENTITIES OF U.S. COVERT INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS, AGENTS, INFORMANTS AND SOURCES. (MOTION PASSED)HR41Yea vote
yea supports pres position, 6/23/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-200.
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s97v554TO TABLE THE SCHMITT AMENDMENT TO S. 1080, A BILL IMPROVING AND MODIFYING THE FEDERAL REGULATORY PROCESS. THE SCHMITT AMENDMENT ESTABLISHES PROCEDURES FOR CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW OF PROPOSED RULES SET FORTH UNDER THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT. 1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v555TO AMEND S. 1080. THE SCHMITT AMENDMENT ESTABLISHES PROCEDURES FOR CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW OF PROPOSED RULES SET FORTH UNDER THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT. THE AMENDMENT ALSO PROVIDES FOR RESOLUTIONS OF DISAPPROVAL TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER EXPEDI6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v556TO AMEND S. 1080 TO PROVIDE THAT THE DETERMINATION OF A RULE AS ''MAJOR'' SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT TO JUDICIAL REVIEW. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 266Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v559TO PASS S. 1080. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 26S10801Yea vote
yea supports pres vote, 3/24/1982 Passed/agreed to in Senate. Status: Passed Senate with amendments by Yea-Nay Vote. 94-0. Record Vote No: 62.
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s97v560TO PASS S. 1503 OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO. THIS BILL AUTHORIZES THE PRESIDENT TO ALLOCATE SUPPLIES OF CRUDE OIL AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS DURING A SEVERE PETROLEUM SUPPLY SHORTAGE. (MOTION FAILED,2/3 REQUIRED)6Nay vote
Vetoed
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s97v561TO AMEND H.R. 2330, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1982 AND 1983 FOR THE NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION. THE HART AMENDMENT PROHIBITS THE TRANSFER, USE OR PROCESSING OF SPECIAL NUCLEAR MATERIAL FROM COMMERCIAL NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS FOR 6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v562TO PASS H.R. 2330, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1982 AND 1983 FOR THE NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION. (MOTION PASSED)HR23301Yea vote
1/4/1983 Became Public Law No: 97-415.
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s97v576TO PASS H.J. RES. 409. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 27HJRES4091Yea vote
3/31/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-161.
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s97v577TO AMEND S. RES. 20, A MEASURE PROVIDING FOR TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING OF SENATE CHAMBER PROCEEDINGS, TO REAFFIRM UNITED STATES POLICY TOWARDS CUBA. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v587TO TABLE THE STENNIS AMENDMENT TO S. 1662. THE STENNIS AMENDMENT REQUIRES THE SECRETARY OF ENERGY TO IDENTIFY AND RECOMMEND TO THE PRESIDENT, USING THE RESULTS OF THE NATIONAL SITE SURVEY, AT LEAST FOUR SITES DETERMINED TO BE SUITABLE FOR REPOS1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v588TO TABLE THE COCHRAN AMENDMENT TO S. 1662, REQUIRING THE SECRETARY OF ENERGY TO INCLUDE AT LEAST ONE GRANITE SITE AMONG THE FIRST THREE SITES FOR WASTE REPOSITORIES HE IDENTIFIES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 291Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v590TO PASS S. 1662. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 291Yea vote
yea supports pres (CQ), Req 970128-32
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s97v595TO TABLE THE SPECTER AMENDMENT TO S. 2248, PROVIDING THAT IT IS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD, AT THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE DATE, ACT TO CONVENE A SUMMIT MEETING WITH LEADERS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST 1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v606TO TABLE THE JACKSON AMENDMENT TO S. 2248, MAKING ADJUSTMENTS IN AUTHORIZATIONS FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF AIRCRAFT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 301Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v607TO TABLE THE MATTINGLY AMENDMENT TO S. 2248, LIMITING THE USE OF FUNDS MADE AVAILABLE FOR COMMERCIAL, WIDE-BODY AIRCRAFT TO MAKING MODIFICATIONS IN THOSE AIRCRAFT FOR THE CIVIL RESERVE AIR FLEET RATHER THAN TO PURCHASE SUCH AIRCRAFT. (MOTION PA6Nay vote
Req 970100, A “nay” was a vote supporting the president’s position.
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s97v608TO TABLE THE HART AMENDMENT TO S. 2248, WHICH DEFERS AUTHORIZATION OF FUNDS NIMITZ-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER, AND ADDS FUNDS FOR TWO LIGHT AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OF THE TYPE 45 CLASS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 301Yea vote
Req 970104
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s97v609TO TABLE THE HART AMENDMENT WHICH DELETES AUTHORIZATION OF FUNDS FOR ONE NIMITZ-CLASS AIRCRAFT CARRIER AND ADD FUNDS FOR TWO LIGHT AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OF THE TYPE 45 CLASS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 301Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v610TO TABLE THE GLENN AMENDMENT TO S. 2248 TO SET ASIDE $565 MILLION FOR RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION OF A NEW INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEM IN LIEU OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION OF THE MX MISSILE SYSTEM1Yea vote
Req 970062, 970094
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s97v613TO TABLE THE HEINZ AMENDMENT TO S. 2248, WHICH DELETES SECTION 1106, RELATING TO PURCHASE OF CHEMICAL WARFARE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND ITEMS CONTAINING SPECIALTY METALS FROM FOREIGN SOURCES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 301Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v614TO TABLE THE BYRD-HEINZ MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO S. 2248, WHICH MODIFIES SECTION 1106, RELATING TO PURCHASE OF CHEMICAL WARFARE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND ITEMS CONTAINING SPECIALTY METALS FROM FOREIGN SOURCES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 301Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v615TO TABLE THE HART AMENDMENT TO S. 2248, WHICH AUTHORIZES FUNDS FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS TO DEFEND OR PROTECT AGAINST CHEMICAL MUNITIONS IN LIEU OF FUNDS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF LETHAL BINARY CHEMICAL MUNITIONS (CONTINUED) OR1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v617TO PASS S. 2248. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 30S22481Yea vote
9/8/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-252.
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s97v652TO AMEND S. 2332, A BILL EXTENDING UNTIL AUGUST 1, 1983, THE (CONTINUED) EXPIRATION DATE OF SECTION 252 OF THE ENERGY POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACT, WHICH PROVIDES A LIMITED ANTITRUST DEFENSE FOR U.S. OIL COMPANIES PARTICIPATING IN THE INTERNATIO1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v653TO PASS S. 2332, A BILL EXTENDING UNTIL AUGUST 1, 1983, THE EXPIRATION DATE OF SECTION 252 OF THE ENERGY POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACT, WHICH PROVIDES A LIMITED ANTITRUST DEFENSE FOR U.S. OIL COMPANIES PARTICIPATING IN THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY PRS23321Yea vote
8/3/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-229.
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s97v655TO TABLE THE LUGAR AMENDMENT TO H.R. 5922. THE LUGAR AMENDMENT PROVIDES $5.1 BILLION TO THE HUD FOR MORTAGE INTEREST RATE SUBSIDY PAYMENTS. (MOTION FAILED) (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 321Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v664(CONTINUED) TO AMEND H.R. 5922 TO PROVIDE $5.1 BILLION IN FUNDS TO REDUCE MORTAGE INTEREST RATES ON HOME MORTAGES FOR QUALIFYING INDIVIDUALS AND TO PROVIDE FOR EMPLOYMENT IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 326Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v666TO PASS H.R. 5432, A BILL AUTHORIZING THE PRESENTATION ON BEHALF OF THE CONGRESS OF A SPECIALLY STRUCK GOLD MEDAL TO ADMIRAL HYMAN GEORGE RICKOVER. (MOTION PASSED)HR54321Yea vote
6/23/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-201.
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s97v667TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R.4, A BILL ESTABLISHING CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR THE DISCLOSURE OF CLASSIFIED INFORMATION IDENTIFYING AN INDIVIDUAL IN FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. (MOTION PASSED)HR41Yea vote
yea supports pres position, 6/23/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-200.
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s97v668TO CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO S. 1210, AND TO ACCEPT THE GORTON AMENDMENT THERETO. S. 1210 AUTHORIZES FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. THE HOUSE AMENDMENTS SET THE ANNUAL AUTHORIZATIONS AT $44,000 FOR FISCS12101Yea vote
10/18/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-350.
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s97v687TO PASS H.R. 3112. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 33HR31121Yea vote
yea supports pres position, 6/29/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-205.
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s97v688TO DISAGREE TO A HOUSE AMENDMENT TO SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 62 TO H.R. 5922. THE AMENDMENT LIMITS THE AMOUNT OF OUTSIDE INCOME CONGRESSPERSONS MAY EARN TO 30 PERCENT OF THEIR (CONTINUED) ANNUAL SALARIES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 32HR59226Nay vote
6/24/1982 Failed of passage in House over VETO. Status: Failed of Passage in House Over Veto by Yea-Nay Vote: 253 - 151 (Record Vote No: 174).
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s97v695TO PASS H. J. RES. 519, A BILL TEMPORARILY INCREASING THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT BY $743 BILLION. (MOTION PASSED)HJRES5191Yea vote
yea supports pres position, 6/28/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-204.
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s97v696TO PASS H.R. 6682, A BILL IDENTICAL TO H.R. 5992 EXCEPT THAT IT EXCLUDES EMERGENCY HOUSING AID. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 22HR66826Nay vote
7/13/1982 Failed of passage in House over VETO. Status: Failed of Passage in House Over Veto by Yea-Nay Vote: 242 - 169 (Record Vote No: 179).
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s97v698TO TABLE THE RIEGLE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6685, A BILL PROVIDING URGENT SUOPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1982 FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. THIS BILL CONTAINED ONLY THE MOST URGENTLY NEEDED FUNDS FOR AGENCIES WHOSE1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v699TO TABLE THE ARMSTRONG AMENDMENT TO S. 2240, A BILL AUTHORIZING FEDERAL AGENCIES TO USE FLEXIBLE AND COMPRESSED EMPLOYEE WORK SCHEDULES. THE ARMSTRONG AMENDMENT PERMITS FEDERAL CONTRACTORS THE OPTION OF INSTITUTING FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULES WITHO6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v700TO PASS S. 2240, A BILL AUTHORIZING FEDERAL AGENCIES TO USE FLEXIBLE AND COMPRESSED EMPLOYEE WORK SCHEDULES. (MOTION PASSED)S22401Yea vote
7/23/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-221.
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s97v701TO TABLE THE PELL AMENDMENT TO S. 2586, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983 FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. THE PELL AMENDMENT PROHIBITS AIRFIELD CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS IN THE HONDURAS. 1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v702TO PASS S. 2586, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983 FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. (MOTION PASSED)S25861Yea vote
10/15/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-321.
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s97v703TO PASS H.R. 3663, A BILL REVISING THE REGULATION OF MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v706TO OVERRIDE THE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO ON H.R. 6198, A BILL EXTENDING THE MANUFACTURING CLAUSE OF THE COPYRIGHT LAW OF 1976 UNTIL JULY 1986. (MOTION PASSED,2/3 REQUIRED)6Nay vote
Vetoed, nay supports pres position
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s97v708TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES G. STEARNS, OF NEVADA, TO BE A DIRECTOR OF THE SECURITIES INVESTOR PROTECTION (CONTINUED) CORPORATION. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v710TO PASS H.R. 6590, A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE OPERATION OF THE TOBACCO PRICE SUPPORT AND PRODUCTION ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO RESULT IN NO NET COST TO TAXPAYERS, AND WHIHC LIMITS INCREASES IN THE SUPPORT PRICE FOR TOBACCO. (MOTIONHR65901Yea vote
7/20/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-218.
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s97v711TO AGREE TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6685, A BILL MAKING URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS OF $5.4 BILLION AND RECISSIONS OF $5.8 BILLION FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1982. THE HOUSE AMENDMENT CONTAINS THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HHR66851Yea vote
7/18/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-216.
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s97v713TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF GEORGE P. SCHULTZ OF CALIFORNIA AS SECRETARY OF STATE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v714TO AMEND S. 1867, A BILL INCREASING LIMITATIONS OF FEDERAL RECLAMATION LAWS. THE BUMPERS AMENDMENT ESTABLISHES COMPETITIVE OIL AND GAS LEASING AND MODIFIES LEASING PROCEDURES FOR ONSHORE FEDERAL LANDS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 346Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v742TO AMEND H.R. 4961 TO PROVIDE TARGETED RATE SCHEDULES TO REPLACE THE ACROSS-THE-BOARD TAX CUTS ENACTED BY THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY ACT OF 1981, SO AS TO REDISTRIBUTE BENEFITS OF TAX CUTS TO THOSE EARNING LESS THAN $50,000. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v744TO AMEND H.R. 4961 TO DELETE THE WITH-HOLDING ON INTEREST AND DIVIDENDS PROVISIONS AND TO REQUIRE STATEMENTS TO BE FILED BY THE TAXPAYER WITH RESPECT TO INTEREST, DIVIDENDS, AND PATRONAGE DIVIDENDS. (MOTION FAILED) (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 356Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v756TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58, REQUIRING THE PRESIDENT TO SUBMIT A BALANCED BUDGET FOR EACH FISCAL YEAR TO THE CONGRESS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v757(CONTINUED) TO AMEND THE DOMENICI AMENDMENT TO S. J. RES. 58. THE DOMENICI CLARIFIES THAT NEITHER THE PRESIDENT NOR CONGRESS HAS NEW FISCAL POWERS. THIS AMENDMENT LIMITS THE POWER OF THE PRESIDENT TO IMPOUND APPROPIRATED FUNDS IN ORDER TO BALAN6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v758TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO CLARIFY THAT NEITHER THE PRESIDENT NOR CONGRESS HAS NEW FISCAL POWERS. THIS AMENDMENT LIMITS THE POWER OF THE PRESIDENT TO IMPOUND APPROPRIATED FUNDS IN ORDER TO BALANCE THE BUDGET. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v759TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PROVIDE A FORMULA FOR THE PURPOSE OF ASCERTAINING WHETHER RECEIPTS CONFORM TO THE DIRECTIONS OF SECTIONS 1 AND 2 OF THE JOINT RESOLUTION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v760TO AMEND S. J. 58 TO PROVIDE FOR A WAIVER OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROHIBITING DEFICIT SPENDING IN TIMES OF NATIONAL EMERGENCY. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v761TO AMEND S. J. 58 BY ALLOWING A BUDGET CALLING FOR DEFICIT SPENDING, SO LONG AS THE PRESIDENT SUBMITS A DETAILED EXPLANATION OF THE DEFICIT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v762TO AMEND S. J. 58 TO REQUIRE THE PRESIDENT TO SUBMIT A BALANCED BUDGET FOR EACH FISCAL YEAR TO THE CONGRESS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v763TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO REQUIRE THAT NO BUDGET SHALL PROVIDE FOR REDUCTIONS IN LAWFUL ENTITLEMENT BENEFITS UNDER THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v764TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PERMIT CONGRESS TO USE FISCAL POLICY TO PREVENT UNEMPLOYMENT FROM EXCEEDING 10 PERCENT OR 11 MILLION UNEMPLOYED, WHICHEVER IS GREATER. SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT
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s97v765TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PERMIT CONGRESS TO USE FISCAL POLICY TO PREVENT UNEMPLOYMENT FROM EXCEEDING 16 PERCENT OR 17.6 MILLION UNEMPLOYED, WHICHEVER IS GREATER. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v766TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PERMIT CONGRESS TO USE FISCAL POLICY TO PREVENT UNEMPLOYMENT FROM EXCEEDING 20 PERCENT OR 22 MILLION UNEMPLOYED, WHICHEVER IS GREATER. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v767TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PERMIT CONGRESS TO USE FISCAL POLICY TO PREVENT A DEPRESSION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v768TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PROVIDE THAT THE JUDICIAL POWER OF THE UNITED STATES SHALL NOT EXTEND TO ANY CASE OR CONTROVERSY ARISING UNDER THE ARTICLE, EXCEPT FOR CASES OR CONTROVERSIES SEEKING TO DEFINE THE TERMS USED THEREIN, OR DIRECTED EXCLUS6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v769TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 WITH AN AMENDMENT. THE DODD AMENDMENT IS A SUBSTITUTE FOR S. J. RES. 58, AND REQUIRES THAT ANY INCREASE IN OUTLAYS BE FINANCED BY AN EQUIVALENT INCREASE IN REVENUES. THIS WOULD BE ACCOMPLISHED BY STATUTE, RATHER THAN CONS6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v770TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PROVIDE A STATUTORY BASIS FOR A BALANCED BUDGET AS OPPOSED TO A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
Req 970133
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s97v771TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PROVIDE THAT TOTAL OUTLAYS MAY EXCEED RECEIPTS BY THE SAME AMOUNT BY WHICH TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE EXCEEDS THE TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE IN THE PRECEDING FISCAL YEAR. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v772TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO REQUIRE THE PRESIDENT TO SUBMIT A BALANCED BUDGET FOR EACH FISCAL YEAR TO THE CONGRESS, AND TO INCLUDE WITH SUCH BUDGET A STATEMENT WITH RESPECT TO THE MONETARY AND CREDIT AGGREGATES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v773TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO ELIMINATE PROVISIONS ALLOWING DEFICIT SPENCDING ONLY BY 3/5 VOTE OF CONGRESS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v774TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PROVIDE THAT, ON AND AFTER THE DATE THE ARTICLE TAKES EFFECT, THE AMOUNT OF FEDERAL PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT AS OF SUCH DATE SHALL BECOME PERMANENT AND THERE SHALL BE NO INCREASE IN SUCH AMOUNT UNLESS THREE-FITHS OF THE WHOLE6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v775TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH THE ARMSTRONG AMENDMENT TO S. J. RES. 58 WAS ADOPTED. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v776TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PROVIDE FOR STANDING AND JUDICIAL REVIEW. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v777TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO REQUIRE THE PRESIDENT TO SUBMIT AN ADVISORY STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS FOR EACH FISCAL YEAR TO THE CONGRESS. (MOTION PASSEE) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v778TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 PROVIDE A STATUTORY BASIS FOR A BALANCED CAPITAL CAPITAL AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES BUDGET. DEFICIT SPENDING IS ALLOWED IN DEPRESSION OR TO ENSURE NATIONAL SECURITY. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v779TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO REQUIRE THE PRESIDENT TO SUBMIT A BALANCED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984 AND SUCCEEDING FISCAL YEARS, AND IF NOT, TO SUBMIT TO CONGRESS HIS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BALANCING THE BUDGET. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v780TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO ALLOW A MAJORITY OF THE CONGRESS TO VOTE FOR DEFICIT SPENDING LEGISLATION ONCE THREE-FITHS OF THE CONGRESS HAS DECLARED A NATIONAL EMERGENCY. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v781TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 TO PERMIT ADDITIONAL OUTLAYS IN THE CASE OF AN UNFORSEEN AND IMMINENT THREAT TO THE NATIONAL SECURITY. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 366Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v782TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. THE BUMPERS SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT EMBODIES THE PROVISIONS OF S. J. RES. 58 AND PROVIDES FOR THREE ADDITIONAL PROVIVISIONS: 1) GIVES THE PRESIDENT A ROLE IN SUBMITTING A BUDG6Nay vote
Req 970133
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s97v783TO AMEND S. J. RES. 58 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. THE BIDEN SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT TOTAL OUTLAYS OF THE UNITED STATES DURING ANY FISCAL YEAR SHALL NOT INCREASE AT A RATE GREATER THAN THE RATE OF INCREASE IN THE6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v784TO AMEND S. J. 58 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. THE CRANSTON AMENDMENT RESTRICTS SOCIAL SECURITY AND VETERANS BENEFITS FROM THE PROVISIONS OF A BALANCED BUDGET AND ALLOWS THE PROVISIONS OF THE BALANCED BUDGET TO BE WAIVED IF6Nay vote
Req 970133, nay supports pres (CQ)
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s97v785TO PASS S. J. RES. 58. (MOTION PASSED,2/3 REQUIRED) SEE NOTE(S) 361Yea vote
Req 970133, yea supports pres position (CQ)
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s97v800TO AMEND H.R. 6863 TO STRIKE SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS FOR ECONOMIC SUPPORT FUND ASSISTANCE, MILITARY ASSISTANCE, INTERNATIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING, AND FOREIGN MILITARY CREDIT SALES. (MOTION FAILED) (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 386Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v801TO TABLE THE DODD AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6863, WHICH REDUCES THE FUNDING FOR THE CARIBBEAN BASIN INITIATIVE BY $177.5 MILLION. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 381Yea vote
Req 970111, yea supports pres (CQ)
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s97v802TO TABLE THE SYMMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6863. THE ADMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT THE UNITED STATES IS DETERMINED (1) TO PREVENT BY WHATEVER MEANS MAY BE NECESSARY, INCLUDING THE USE OF ARMS, THE MARXIST-LENINIST REGIME IN CUBA FROM EXTENDING BY FORCE OR6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v803TO AMEND H.R. 6863 (SEE ROLLCALL 2305). (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 381Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v809TO AMEND S. 2222, A BILL REVISING AND REFORMING U.S. IMMIGRATION LAWS. THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT STRIKES THE PROVISIONS BY WHICH THE NUMBER OF AVAILABLE FAMILY REUNIFICATION VISAS WOULD BE REDUCED BY THE NUMBER OF IMMEDIATE RELATIVES ADMITTED IN TH6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v810TO AMEND S. 2222 TO ACCORD A SECOND PREFERENCE IN THE ALLOCATION OF FAMILY REUNIFICATION VISAS TO QUALIFIED IMMIGRANTS WHO ARE THE ADULT UNMARRIED SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF PERMANENT RESIDENT ALIENS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v811TO AMEND S. 2222 TO ALLOCATE VISAS TO QUALIFIED IMMIGRANTS WHO ARE THE UNMARRIED BROTHERS OR SISTERS OF CERTAIN CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES FOR CERTAIN IMMIGRANTS QUALIFYING UNDER THE PREVIOUS FIRST PREFERENCE CATEGORY. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NO6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v812TO AMEND S. 2222 TO ELIMINATE PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE LEGALIZATION OF THE STATUS OF CERTAIN ALIENS UNDER THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v813TO AMEND S. 2222 TO REVISE THE LEGALIZATION PROGRAM AND TO PROVIDE STATE BLOCK GRANTS FOR LEGALIZATION IMPACT ASSISTANCE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 391Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v814TO AMEND S. 2222 TO INCLUDE REFUGEES AND ASYLEES WITHIN THE NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS FOR FAMILY REUNIFICATION IMMIGRANTS AND INDEPENDENT IMMIGRANTS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v816TO AMEND S. 2222 TO STRIKE PROVISIONS THAT WOULD REVISE AND EXPAND THE NONIMMIGRANT TEMPORARY WORKER PROGRAM. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v817TO AMEND S. 2222 TO DENY SECOND PREFERENCE STATUS TO SPOUSES AND CHILDREN OF ALIENS REQUIRING PERMANENT RESIDENCE UNDER THE LEGALIZATION PROVISIONS UNTIL CERTAIN OTHER ALIENS HAVE ENTERED THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v818TO AMEND S. 2222 TO PROVIDE FOR THE TERMINATION OF PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE UNLAWFUL EMPLOYMENT OF ALIENS UNLESS CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES OCCUR. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v819TO AMEND S. 2222 TO PROVIDE FOR CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW OF REFUGEE ADMISSIONS IN EXCESS OF 75,000 IN ANY FISCAL YEAR. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v820TO AMEND S. 2222 TO PROVIDE FOR AN AGRICULTURAL GUEST WORKER PROGRAM. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v821TO AMEND S. 2222 TO REQUIRE A PROPERLY EXECUTED WARRANT BEFORE AN OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE OF THE IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE MAY ENTER A FARM OR OTHER AGRICULTURAL OPERATION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v822TO AMEND S. 2222 TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT ENGLISH BE DECLARED THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v824TO AMEND S. 2222 TO EASE SANCTIONS AGAINST EMPLOYERS WHO HIRE, OR RECRUIT OR REFER, FOR EMPLOYMENT CERTAIN UNAUTHORIZED ALIENS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v825TO AMEND S. 2222 TO PREVENT THE TRANSFER OF UNUSED VISAS FROM ONE CONTIGUOUS FOREIGN STATE TO THE OTHER CONTIGUOUS FOREIGN STATE. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 396Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v826TO PASS S. 2222. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 39S22221Yea vote
yea supports pres (CQ), 9/14/1982 Referred to House subcommittee. Status: Referred to Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees, and International Law.
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s97v827TO AMEND H. J. RES. 520, A MEASURE PROVIDING FOR A TEMPORARY INCREASE IN THE PUBLIC DEBT. THE BAKER AMENDMENT PROHIBITS THE USE OF FUNDS FOR THE PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITY IN THE HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING, AND FOR THE PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITY1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v828TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 2248, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AUTHORIZATIONS FOR FISCAL 1983. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 30S22481Yea vote
9/8/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-252.
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s97v832TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 6955, A BILL PROVIDING FOR RECONCILIATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 2 OF S. CON. RES. 92, THE FIRST CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983. H.R. 6955 ALSO PROVIDES FOR REVISING THE CONGRESSIHR69551Yea vote
yea supports pres, 9/8/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-253.
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s97v834TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4961. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 351Yea vote
Req 970091
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s97v835TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 3663, A BILL REVISING THE REGULATION OF MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS. (MOTION PASSED)HR36631Yea vote
yea supports pres (CQ), 9/20/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-261.
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s97v836TO AMEND A HOUSE AMENDMENT TO A SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 6863, A BILL APPROPRIATING $14.5 BILLION IN SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS FOR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PAY RAISES, COMMODITY CREDIT PROGRAMS, DEFENSE AND OTHER PROGRAMS. THE LEVIN AMENDMENT EXTENDS TH 6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v838TO OVERIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF H.R. 6863, A BILL MAKING SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1982. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
Vetoed
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s97v851TO PASS H. J. RES. 520. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 40HJRES5201Yea vote
9/30/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-270.
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s97v854TO PASS H.R. 6956, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS AND CERTAIN INDEPENDENT AGENCIES. (MOTION PASSED)HR69561Yea vote
9/30/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-272.
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s97v856TO PASS H.R. 4613, A BILL PROVIDING TOOLS AND INCENTIVES TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN ITS EFFORTS TO COLLECT DEBTS OWED THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION PASSED)HR46131Yea vote
10/25/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-365.
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s97v859TO TABLE THE HUDDLESTON AMENDMENT TO H.R. 7072. THE HUDDLESTON AMENDMENTS ADDS FUNDS FOR THE ECONOMIC EMERGENCY LOAN PROGRAM AND IMPOSES A LIMITATION ON THE USE OF FUNDS FOR THE FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 446Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v861TO PASS H.R. 7072. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 44HR70721Yea vote
12/18/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-370.
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s97v862TO AMEND H. J. RES. 599, A BILL MAKING CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS THROUGH DECEMBER 22, 1982 FOR GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WHOSE FISCAL 1983 APPROPRIATIONS HAVE NOT BEEN MADE. THE HUMPHREY AMENDMENT PROHIBITS THE USE OF ANY FUNDS FOR THE CLINCH RIVER B6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v863TO AMEND WITH A PERFECTING AMENDMENT THE METZENBAUM AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 599. THE FIRST METZENBAUM AMENDMENT ADDS FUNDS FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS, AND SUSPENDS UNTIL THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IS BELOW 8.7 PERCENT, PROVISIONS OF THE 1981 RECONCIL6Nay vote
Req 970009
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s97v867TO TABLE THE HOLLINGS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 599, LIMITING FUNDS FOR PRODUCTION OF MX MISSILES FOR WHICH CONGRESS HAS NOT APPROVED A BASING MODE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 411Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v868TO TABLE THE NICKLES AMENDMENT TO THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 599. THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT PROVIDES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR A SUM EQUAL TO 5 PERCENT OF THE LATEST ESTIMATED COST TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNEMENT OF UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION F6Nay vote
NAY SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v869TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 599, PROVIDING TO DEPARTMENT OF A LABOR A SUM EQUAL TO 5 PERCENT OF THE LATEST ESTIMATED COST TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION FOR THE CURRENT FISCAL YEAR, TO REMAIN AVAILABLE U1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v870TO PASS H. J. RES. 599. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 41HJRES5991Yea vote
10/2/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-276.
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s97v871TO RATIFY THE TREATY ON THE AGREEMENT ON THE IMPORTATION OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL MATERIALS, ADOPTED AT NAIROBI ON NOVEMBER 26, 1976, AND OPENED FOR SIGNATURE AT THE UNITED NATIONS ON MARCH 1, 1977. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v872TO RATIFY THE TREATY ON THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO FOR THE RECOVERY AND RETURN OF STOLEN OR EMBEZZLED VEHICLES AND AIRCRAFT, WHICH WAS SIGNED AT WASHINGTON ON JANUARY 15, 1981. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v873TO RATIFY THE TREATY ON THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON TONNAGE MEASURMENTS OF SHIPS, 1969, WHICH WAS SIGNED FOR THE UNITED STATES AT LONDON, ON JUNE 23, 1969, WITH AN UNDERSTANDING. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v874TO RATIFY THE TREATY ON THE CONVENTION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF SALMON IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN, SIGNED IN MARCH, 1982, BY THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY, ICELAND, AND NORWAY. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v875TO RATIFY THE TREATY ON THE TAX CONVENTION WITH THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, WHICH WAS SIGNED BY THE UNITED STATES AND AUSTRIA ON JUNE 21, 1982. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s97v876TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 2036, A BILL PROVIDING FOR STATE AND LOCAL EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ASSISTANCE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
yea supports pres (CQ), Req 970087
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s97v882TO AMEND S. 2109, THE COMPANION BILL OF H.R. 5447, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION. THE ROTH AMENDMENT PROVIDES FOR THE IMPOSITION OF USER FEES. (MOTION FAILED)1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v883TO PASS H.R. 6156, A BILL RESOLVING JURISDICTIONAL QUESTIONS INVOLVING THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION AND THE COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISION OVER THE DEVELOPING MARKETS IN FUTURES AND OPTIONS ON FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS. (MOTION PASSEHR61561Yea vote
10/13/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-303.
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s97v891TO PASS H.R. 7093, A BILL REDUCING THE RATE OF CERTAIN TAXES PAID TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS ON VIRGIN ISLAND SOURCE INCOME. (MOTION PASSED)HR70931Yea vote
1/12/1983 Became Public Law No: 97-455.
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s97v894TO PASS H.R. 7144, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983 FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. (MOTION PASSED)HR71441Yea vote
12/22/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-378.
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s97v895TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATIONS OF MARTIN S. FELDSTEIN OF MASSACHUSETTS TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS. (NOMINATION CONFIRMED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v896TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATIONS OF DONALD P. HODEL OF OREGON TO BE THE SECRETARY OF ENERGY. (NOMINATION CONFIRMED, 2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
Nominee
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s97v903TO AMEND H.R. 6211 TO DELAY THE THIRD YEAR TAX CUT FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH TAXABLE INCOME OVER $50,000, ELIMINATE 5 CENT A GALON GAS TAX, ESTABLISH A JOB CREATION AND EXTEND UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION IN FISCAL 1983. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 426Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v905TO PASS H.R. 7356, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1983.HR73561Yea vote
12/30/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-394.
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s97v920TO TABLE THE CRANSTON MOTION TO RECOMMIT H. J. RES. 631. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v921TO AMEND H. J. RES. 631. THE JACKSON AMENDMENT REQUIRES A COMPREHENSIVE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF STRATEGIC MODERNIZATION PROGRAMS BY THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v923TO AGREE TO A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 631, A BILL MAKING FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT RELATES TO CLINCH RIVER. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 431Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v925TO TABLE THE MCCLURE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 631 TEMPORARILY LIMITING THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS BY THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION AGAINST STATE-REGULATED PROFESSIONS. (MOTION (CONTINUED) PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 431Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v926TO AGREE TO A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 631 RELATING TO ABORTION COVERAGE UNDER FEDERAL HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 436Nay vote
voteview/CQ=Nay support pres position
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s97v934TO AMEND H. J. RES. 631 SO AS TO RESTORE CERTAIN SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS TO MILITARY WIDOWS AND SURVIVING CHILDREN OF MILITARY PERSONNEL. (MOTION PASSED) (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 431Yea vote
YEA SUPPORTS PRESIDENT'S POSITION
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s97v935TO AMEND H. J. RES. 631 TO DELETE TITLE II, PROVIDING $1.2 BILLION FOR PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 431Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v937TO TABLE THE LEVIN AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 631. THE AMENDMENT INCREASES FUNDS FOR NAVY OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE AND AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES BY ELIMINATING FUNDS FOR BUILDING A NUCLEAR-POWERED AIRCRAFT CARRIER. (MOTION (PASSED) (1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v942TO TABLE THE DODD AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 631, DECLARING CONGRESSIONAL SUPPORT FOR RESTRICTIONS ON CERTAIN TYPES OF OPERATIONS IN CENTRAL AMERICA. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 431Yea vote
voteview/CQ=Yea support pres position
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s97v956TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H. J. RES 631. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 43HJRES6311Yea vote
12/21/1982 Became Public Law No: 97-377.
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s97v964TO PASS H.R. 6211. SEE NOTE(S) 421Yea vote
yea supports pres (CQ), Req 970176-81
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s97v966TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 6211. SEE NOTE(S) 421Yea vote
yea supports pres (CQ), Req 970177-81
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