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President's Positions on 98th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s98v1TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ELIZABETH H. DOLE OF KANSAS TO BE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION. (MOTION PASSED,3/4 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v2TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF RICHARD R. BURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TO BE AN ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE. (MOTION PASSED,3/4 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v3TO AMEND THE THURMOND AMENDMENT TO S. 47, A BILL IMPROVING THE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN COMMERCE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OF THE UNITED STATES. THE THURMOND AMENDMENT MAKES CHANGES IN TARIFF FILING AND ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS. THE STEVENS AMENDMENT IS A PERFECTING AMENDMENT. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
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s98v6TO PASS S. 47, A BILL IMPROVING THE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN COMMERCE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OF THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v7TO RATIFY TREATY DOC. 98-1, A MEASURE AMENDING THE 1982 PROTOCOL TO THE 1928 CONVENTION CONCERNING INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS. (MOTION PASSED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v8TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF MARGARET M. HECKLER OF MASSACHUSETTS TO BE SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v9TO RATIFY EX. B., 95-1, MONTREAL AVIATION PROTOCOLS NOS. 3 AND 4, WITH CONDITIONS. (MOTION FAILED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v10TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF LEWIS A. TAMBS OF ARIZONA TO BE AMBASSADOR TO COLOMBIA. (MOTION PASSED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v11TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JOHN A. SVAHN OF MARYLAND TO BE UNDER SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES. (MOTION PASSED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v36TO TABLE THE MELCHER AMENDMENT TO H.R. 1900. THE MELCHER AMENDMENT DELAYS IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WITHHOLDING PROVISIONS ON INTEREST AND DIVIDEND INCOME UNTIL JANUARY 1, 1984. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 21Yea vote
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s98v44TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 1718, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS TO PROVIDE FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURES TO MEET NEGLECTED URGENT NEEDS, AND TO PROVIDE SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS FOR ADVANCES TO THE UNEMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983. (MOTION PASSED)HR17181Yea vote
3/24/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-8.
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s98v54TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 1900. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 2HR19001Yea vote
4/20/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-21.
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s98v55TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF KENNETH L. ADELMAN TO BE DIRECTOR OF THE UNITED STATES ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v61TO TABLE THE LONG AMENDMENT NO.1193 TO KASTEN AMENDMENT NO. 1179 TO DOLE'S MOTION TO RECOMMIT S.144 WITH INSTRUCTIONS. THE LONG AMENDMENT WOULD REPEAL THE NEW WITHOLDING LAW. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 31Yea vote
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s98v63TO TABLE THE SPECTER AMENDMENT TO S.144, PROVIDING FOR FURTHER RELIEF IN THE EVENT OF UNFAIR FOREIGN COMPETITION. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 31Yea vote
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s98v87TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM S. RUCKELSHAUS OF WASHINGTON TO BE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY.1Yea vote
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s98v88TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ALBERT S. REGNERY OF VIRGINIA TO BE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE OFFICE OF JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION. (NOMINATION CONFIRMED)1Yea vote
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s98v90TO AMEND S. 529 TO ELIMINATE PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE LEGALIZATION OF THE STATUS OF CERTAIN ALIENS UNDER THE (CONTINUED) IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 56Nay vote
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s98v91TO AMEND S. 529 TO PROVIDE A POLICY REGARDING STATE SERVICES TO ILLEGAL ALIENS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 56Nay vote
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s98v92TO AMEND S. 529 BY STRIKING PROVISIONS ALLOCATING 40,000 OR MORE VISAS IN A FISCAL YEAR TO A FOREIGN STATE CONTIGUOUS TO THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 56Nay vote
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s98v94TO AMEND S. 529 TO REQUIRE THE SECRETARY OF LABOR TO INCLUDE CERTAIN ITEMS IN THE ANNUAL REPORT. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 56Nay vote
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s98v96TO AMEND S. 529 TO PROVIDE REIMBURSEMENT TO STATES FOR COSTS INCURRED IN PROVIDING PROGRAMS OF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE TO ELIGIBLE LEGALIZED ALIENS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 56Nay vote
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s98v97TO AMEND S. 529 TO DENY ALIENS WHO OBTAIN LEGALIZATION CERTAIN ASSISTANCE DURING THE PERIOD BEFORE SUCH ALIENS BECOME NATURALIZED CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 56Nay vote
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s98v99TO AMEND S. 529 BY REQUIRING A PROPERLY EXECUTED WARRANT BEFORE AN OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE OF THE IMMIGRATION AND NAUTRALIZATION SERVICE MAY ENTER A FARM OR OTHER AGRICULTURAL OPERATION. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 56Nay vote
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s98v101TO PASS S. 529. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 5S5291Yea vote
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s98v113TO TABLE THE DIXON MOTION TO POSTPONE FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF S. CON. RES. 26, A MEASURE APPROVING THE OBLIGATION AND EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR MX MISSILE PROCUREMENT AND FULL-SCALE ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT OF A BASING MODE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v114TO AGREE TO S. CON. RES. 26, A MEASURE APPROVING THE OBLIGATION AND EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR MX MISSILE PROCUREMENT AND FULL-SCALE ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT OF A (CONTINUED) BASING MODE. (MOTION PASSED)SCONRES261Yea vote
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s98v115TO PASS H.R. 2990 TO INCREASE THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT FROM $1,290.2 BILLION TO $1,389.0 BILLION. (MOTION PASSED)HR29901Yea vote
5/26/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-34.
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s98v126TO PASS S. 695. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 6S6951Yea vote
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s98v143TO PASS S. 66. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 8S661Yea vote
10/30/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-549.
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s98v154TO TABLE THE DOLE AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE TO H.R. 2973. H.R. 2973 REPEALS THE WITHHOLDING OF TAX FROM INTEREST AND DIVIDENDS. THE DOLE AMENDMENT REPEALS THE WITHHOLDING OF TAX FROM INTEREST AND DIVIDENDS, AND PROVIDES FOR CARIBBEAN BASIN ECONOMIC RECOVERY, ENTERPRISE ZONES AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v155TO TABLE THE PRYOR AMENDMENT TO THE DOLE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 2973. THE DOLE AMENDMENT REPEALS THE WITHHOLDING OF TAX FROM INTEREST AND DIVDIDENDS, AND PROVIDES FOR CARIBBEAN BASIN ECONOMIC RECOVERY, ENTERPRISE ZONES AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT. THE PRYOR AMENDMENT STRIKES ALL SECTIONS EXCEPT THE REPEAL OF WITHHOLDING OF INTEREST OF SAVINGS AND DIVIDENDS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 91Yea vote
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s98v159TO TO RATIFY FOUR TREATIES EN BLOC: A TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP WITH TUVALU, A TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP WITH THE REPUBLIC OF KIRIBATI, A TREATY WITH THE COOK ISLANDS ON FRIENDSHIP AND DELIMITATION OF THE MARITIME BOUNDARY, AND A TREATY WITH NEW ZEALAND ON THE DELIMITATION OF THE MARITIME BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND TOKELAU. (TREATIES RATIFIED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v160TO RATIFY TWO TREATIES: THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED NATIO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION, AND AN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE SIMPLIFICATION AND HARMONIZATION OF CUSTOMS PROCEDURES. (TREATIES RATIFIED,2/3 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v166TO PASS H.R. 3135, A BILL APPROPRIATING $1.476 MILLION IN FUNDS FOR THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984. (MOTION PASSED)HR31351Yea vote
7/14/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-51.
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s98v169TO PASS S. J. RES. 3, A MEASURE AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY IN CONGRESS AND THE STATES WITH RESPECT TO ABORTION, THEREBY OVERTURNING THE SUPREME COURT'S DECISION IN ROE VS. WADE. (MOTION FAILED,2/3 REQUIR1Yea vote
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s98v170TO PASS H.R. 1183, AMENDING THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE TO LIMIT TO $700 THE MAXIMUM REDUCTION IN INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RESULTING FROM THE THIRD YEAR OF THE RATE CUT ENACTED BY THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY ACT OF 1981. (MOTION FAILED)HR11836Nay vote
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s98v171TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 3133, A BILL APPROPRIATING $54 BILLION IN FUNDS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAND DEVELOPMENT, AND CERTAIN INDEPENDENT AGENCIES. (MOTION PASSED)HR31331Yea vote
7/12/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-45.
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s98v173TO AMEND H.R. 3223 BY ELIMINATING THE PARTIAL YEAR FUNDING DATES FOR FOOD STAMPS, CHILD NUTRITION, AND THE FEEDING PROGRAM FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC). (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 101Yea vote
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s98v176TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 3132, A BILL APPROPRIATING $14.3 BILLION IN FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984 FOR ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS. (MOTION PASSED)HR31321Yea vote
7/14/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-50.
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s98v178TO AMEND S. 675 TO PERMIT THE USE OF FUNDS FOR PROJECT 82-D-109, IF SUCH PROJECT IS CERTIFIED AS BEING ESSENTIAL TO NATIONAL SECURITY. THIS PROJECT INVOLVES THE BUILDING OF PRODUCTION FACILITIES FOR A 155 MILLIMETER ARTILLERY FIRED ATOMIC PROJECTILE WEAPON. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 111Yea vote
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s98v181TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO S. 675 TO DELETE FUNDING FOR THE B-1B BOMBER AIRCRAFT, AND TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THE STEALTH BOMBER PROGRAM. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 111Yea vote
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s98v183TO TABLE THE ARMSTRONG MOTION TO WAIVE THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OF 1974 CONCERNING CONSIDERATION OF AN ARMSTRONG AMENDMENT TO S. 675. THE ARMSTRONG AMENDMENT WOULD PROVIDE CERTAIN EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR VETERANS . (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 111Yea vote
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s98v184TO TABLE THE NUNN AMENDMENT TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF FUNDS FOR PROJECT 82-D-109, A 155-MILIMETER ARTILLERY-FIRED ATOMIC PROJECTILE (AFAP) PRODUCTION FACILITIES, BUT AUTHORIZING $50,000,000 FOR PROCUREMENT, RESEARCH, AND DEVELOPMENT OF IMPROVED CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS AND SUBMUNITIONS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 111Yea vote
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s98v185TO TABLE THE GORTON MOTION TO RECOMMIT S. 675 TO THE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES, WITH INSTRUCTIONS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 111Yea vote
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s98v186TO TABLE THE NUNN AMENDMENT TO S. 675 TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS IN THE B-1B PROCUREMENT PROGRAM TO COUNTERACT ERRATIC TRANSITIONS IN THE PRODUCTION OF THIS AIRCRAFT. IN THE BILL MULTI-YEAR PRODUCTION PROGRAMS CALL FOR THE ACCELERATION OF THE PRODUCTION RATE TO 4 AIRCRAFT PER MONTH--THAT IS, 48 PER YEAR--IN FISCAL YEAR 1986. PRODUCTION OF THE B-1B BOMBER WOULD PEAK IN 1988, AND WOULD BE TERMINATED IN THA1Yea vote
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s98v187TO AMEND S. 675 TO ESTABLISH A DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONAL TESTING AND EVALUATION WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
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s98v199TO TABLE THE MATHIAS AMENDMENT TO S. 675. THE MATHIAS AMENDMENT EXPRESSES THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD, AT THE EARLIEST PRACTICABLE DATE, MAKE EVERY REASONABLE EFFORT TO INCLUDE IN THE START NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE SOVIET UNION THE NUCLEAR-ARMED SEA-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE WITH A VIEW TO THE COMPLETE ELIMINATION OF THAT TYPE OF WEAPON FROM THE WEAPON ARSENALS OF BOTH THE UNITE1Yea vote
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s98v206TO TABLE THE WALLOP AMENDMENT TO S. 675. THE WALLOP AMENDMENT REAPPORTIONS FUNDS AMONG CERTAIN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 111Yea vote
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s98v210TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON S. 675. (MOTION FAILED,3/5 REQUIRED) (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 116Nay vote
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s98v214TO AMEND S. 675 TO PROVIDE THAT NO FUNDS ARE AUTHORIZED UNDER THE ACT FOR THE PRODUCTION, PROCUREMENT, OR DEPLOYMENT OF THE MX MISSILE. (MOTION FAILED SEE NOTE(S) 116Nay vote
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s98v215TO AMEND S. 675 TO PROVIDE THAT NO FUNDS AUTHORIZED UNDER ACT SHALL BE OBLIGATED OR EXPENDED FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF AN MX MISSILE. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 116Nay vote
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s98v218TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF PAUL A. VOLCKER, OF NEW JERSEY, TO BE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v219TO RATIFY THE FOLLOWING TREATIES: EX. E, 96-1, THE REVISED NICE AGREEMENT, TREATY DOC. NO. 98-2, AN INTERNATIONAL COFFEE AGREEMENT OF 1983, EX. T, 96-1, A CONVENTION ON FUTURE MULTILATERAL COOPERATION IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC FISHERIES, TREATY DOC. NO. 98-3, THE EASTERN PACIFIC OCEAN (CONTINUED) TUNA FISHING AGREEMENT, TREATY DOC. NO. 97-24, AN AGREEMENT WITH THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH R1Yea vote
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s98v224TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 2973, A BILL REPEALING THE WITHHOLDING OF TAX FROM INTEREST AND DIVIDENDS. (MOTION PASSED)HR29731Yea vote
8/5/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-67.
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s98v228TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 3069, A BILL APPROPRIATING $15.65 BILLION IN SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1983 FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. (MOTION PASSED)HR30691Yea vote
7/30/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-63.
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s98v229(CONTINUED) TO CONCUR EN BLOC IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO SENATE AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 3069. SEE NOTE(S) 7HR30691Yea vote
7/30/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-63.
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s98v230TO PASS H.R. 1646, A BILL AMENDING THE RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT OF 1974 AND THE RAILROAD TAX ACT TO ASSURE SUFFICIENT RESOURCES TO PAY CURRENT AND FUTURE BENEFITS UNDER THE RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT, AND TO MAKE CERTAIN TECHNICAL CHANGES. (MOTION PASSED)HR16461Yea vote
8/12/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-76.
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s98v233TO CONCUR IN A HOUSE AMENDMENT WITH AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3329, A BILL APPROPRIATING $10.9 BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1984. THE HOUSE AMENDMENT REDUCES BY $80,000,000 FUNDING FOR FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS AND HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984. THE MATHIAS DELAYS UNTIL OCTOBER 15, 1983 A SET OF REGULHR33291Yea vote
8/15/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-78.
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s98v234TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 675, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1984 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. (MOTION PASSED)S6751Yea vote
9/24/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-94.
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s98v235TO TABLE DIVISION 1 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 353. H. J. RES. 353 CONDEMNS THE SOVIET UNION FOR DESTRUCTION OF THE KOREAN AIRLINER. DIVISION 1 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT STATES THAT IT IS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD RECALL THE UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR TO THE SOVIET UNION FOR URGENT CONSULTATIONS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v236TO TABLE DIVISION 2 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 353. DIVISION 2 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT STATES THAT IT IS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD CONDUCT A COMPREHENSIVE REAPPRAISAL OF THE COMPLETE SPECTRUM OF UNITED STATES-SOVIET RELATIONS, INCLUDING ARMS CONTROL, HUMAN RIGHTS, EAST-WEST TRADE, AND REGIONAL ISSUES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 131Yea vote
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s98v237TO TABLE DIVISION 3 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 353. DIVISION 3 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT STATES THAT IT IS TH SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD REPORT TO THE CONGRESS ON THE RECORD OF SOVIET COMPLIANCE OR NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THE LETTER AND SPIRIT OF ALL EXISTING STRATEGIC ARMS LIMITATIONS TALKS AGREEMENTS AND OTHER ARMS CONTROL AGREEMENTS TO WHICH THE SOVIET UNION IS A PARTY. (1Yea vote
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s98v238TO TABLE DIVISION 4 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 353. DIVISION 4 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT STATES THAT IT IS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD DIRECT (CONTINUED) THE UNITED STATES NEGOTIATORS AT THE STRATEGIC ARMS REDUCTION TALKS AT GENEVA TO LINK THE POSSIBLE SUCCESS OF SUCH TALKS WITH THE WILLINGNESS OF THE SOVIET UNION TO ABIDE BY INTERNATIONAL LAW AS A RESPONSIBLE MEMBER1Yea vote
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s98v239TO TABLE DIVISION 5 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 353. DIVISION 5 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT STATES THAT IT IS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD RE-EMPHASIZE THE INCONSISTENCY OF THE SOVIET MILITARY PRESENCE IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE WITH THE MONROE DOCTRINE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 131Yea vote
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s98v240TO TABLE DIVISION 6 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 353. DIVISION 6 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT STATES THAT IT IS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD TIGHTEN SUBSTANTIALLY THE FOREIGN POLICY AND MILITARY CONTROLS OVER THE EXPORT OF MACHINE TOOLS, HIGH TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS, AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOVIET OIL AND GAS RESOURCES. (MOTION PASSED) (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 131Yea vote
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s98v241TO TABLE DIVISION 7 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. (CONTINUED) 353. DIVISION 7 OF THE HELMS AMENDMENT STATES THAT IT IS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD DIRECT THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY TO USE EXISTING STATUTORY AUTHORITY TO PREVENT THE IMPORT OF ANY PRODUCT OR MATERIAL PRODUCED IN THE SOVIET UNION UNLESS THE PRESIDENT CERTIFIES THAT IT WAS PRODUCED WITHOUT THE USE OF 1Yea vote
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s98v242TO TABLE THE HUDDLESTON AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 353. THE HUDDLESTON AMENDMENT REDUCES SUBSTANTIALLY SOVIET OFFICIAL PRESENCE WITHIN THE UNITED STATES IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH REAL EQUIVALENCE WITH THE OFFICIAL UNITED STATES PRESENCE IN THE SOVIET UNION. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 131Yea vote
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s98v243TO PASS H. J. RES. 353. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 13HJRES3531Yea vote
9/28/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-98.
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s98v245TO AMEND H.R. 3363 TO PROVIDE $1.3 BILLION IN FUNDS FOR THE STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 146Nay vote
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s98v249TO PASS H.R. 3363. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 14HR33631Yea vote
11/4/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-146.
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s98v250TO AMEND S. 1426, A BILL REAUTHORIZING THE GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PROGRAM FOR 3 YEARS AT THE CURRENT FUNDING LEVEL OF $4.6 BILLION. THE MOYNIHAN AMENDMENT INCREASES THE AUTHORIZATION OF ENTITLEMENTS FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO $5.02 BILLION. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v251TO AMEND S. 1426, A BILL REAUTHORIZING THE GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PROGRAM FOR 3 YEARS AT THE CURRENT FUNDING LEVEL OF $4.6 BILLION. THE BRADLEY AMENDMENT INCREASES THE AUTHORIZATION OF ENTITLEMENTS FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO $4.79 BILLION. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v252TO PASS H.R. 2480, THE HOUSE VERSION OF S. 1426, A BILL REAUTHORIZING THE GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PROGRAM FOR 3 YEARS AT THE CURRENT FUNDING LEVEL OF $4.6 BILLION. (MOTION PASSED)HR24801Yea vote
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s98v254TO AMEND S. 1342 TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR ENGINEERING, SITE PREPARATION, AND ENHANCEMENT OF RADIO TRANSMITTER FACILITIES. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 156Nay vote
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s98v255TO AMEND S. 1342 TO DE-AUTHORIZE FUNDS FOR THE NATIONAL ENDOWDMENT FOR DEMOCRACY, A PRIVATE, NONPROFIT CORPORATION TO PROMOTE DEMOCRATIC VALUES AND STRENGTHEN DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS WORLDWIDE. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 156Nay vote
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s98v258TO TABLE THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO S. 869, A BILL AMENDING THE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK ACT OF 1945. THE HELMS AMENDMENT RESTRICTS INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUNDING TO ANY COUNTRY (CONTINUED) WHICH PRACTICES COMMUNIST DICTATORSHIP. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v259TO TABLE THE BYRD AMENDMENT TO S. J. 159, A BILL AUTHORIZING THE FURTHER PARTICIPATION OF U.S. ARMED FORCES IN THE MULTINATIONAL PEACEKEEPING FORCE IN LEBANON. THE BYRD AMENDMENT REQUIRES THE PRESIDENT TO SUBMIT TO THE CONGRESS THE REPORT REQUIRED UNDER SECTION 4(A)(1) OF THE WAR POWERS RESOLUTION AND TO SPECIFY THE ROLES AND MISSIONS OF THE U.S. ARMED FORCES IN LEBANON, AND TO EXTEND THE 60-DAY P1Yea vote
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s98v260TO TABLE THE PELL AMENDMENT TO S. J. RES. 159. THE PELL AMENDMENT SHORTENS THE AUTHORIZED PERIOD OF PARTICIPATION OF U.S. ARMED FORCES IN THE MULTINATIONAL FORCE IN LEBANON FROM 18 MONTHS TO 6 MONTHS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 161Yea vote
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s98v261TO TABLE THE TSONGAS AMENDMENT TO S. J. RES. 159. THE TSONGAS AMENDMENT STATES THAT U.S. PARTICIPATION IN THE MULTINATIONAL FORCE IN LEBANON IS IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN A SECURE AREA FROM WHICH THE GOVERNMENT OF LEBANON CAN RESTORE (CONTINUED) FULL CONTROL OVER ITS OWN TERRITORY. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 161Yea vote
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s98v262TO TABLE THE LEVIN AMENDMENT TO S. J. RES. 159. THE LEVIN AMENDMENT ESTABLISHES THAT AMERICAN TROOPS ARE IN A SITUATION IN WHICH HOSTILITIES EXIST. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 161Yea vote
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s98v263TO TABLE THE EAGLETON AMENDMENT TO S. J. RES. 159. THE EAGLETON AMENDMENT REVISES CERTAIN LANGUAGE OR CONCEPTS IN SECTION 3 OF S. J. RES. 159. FOR THAT CLAUSE IN SECTION 3 WHICH STATES: ''EXCEPT THAT THIS SHALL NOT PRECLUDE SUCH PROTECTIVE MEASURES AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO INSURE THE SAFETY OF THE MULTINATIONAL FORCE IN LEBANON,'' THE EAGLETON AMENDMENT SUBSTITUTES THE WORD ''DEFENSIVE'' FOR THE WOR1Yea vote
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s98v264TO PASS S. J. RES. 159. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 16SJRES1591Yea vote
10/12/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-119.
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s98v268TO PASS H.R. 3929, THE HOUSE VERSION OF S. 1887, A BILL EXTENDING THE FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL COMPENSATION PROGRAM FOR EIGHTEEN MONTHS. (MOTION PASSED)HR39291Yea vote
10/24/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-135.
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s98v270TO TABLE THE BRADLEY APPEAL OF THE RULING OF THE CHAIR IN SUSTAINING THE POINT OF ORDER AGAINST THE BRADLEY AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3913. THE BRADLEY AMENDMENT ADDS $559 MILLION IN BUDGET AUTHORITY AND $46 MILLION IN OUTLAYS FOR A VARIETY OF EDUCATION PROGRAMS, INCLUDING: $350 MILLION FOR CHAPTER I, (CONTINUED) $102 MILLION FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, $90 MILLION FOR CAMPUS-BASED STUDENT AID, AN1Yea vote
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s98v272TO PASS H.R. 3913. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 17HR39131Yea vote
10/31/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-139.
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s98v293TO PASS H.R. 3706. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 19HR37061Yea vote
11/2/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-144.
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s98v304TO PASS H.R. 1062, A BILL AUTHORIZING THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR TO CONVEY, WITHOUT CONSIDERATION, CERTAIN LANDS IN LANE COUNTY, OREGON, THEREBY OVERIDING THE PRESIDENT'S VETO. (MOTION PASSED,2/3 REQUIRED)HR10626Nay vote
10/25/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-137. Note: Public Law enacted over VETO.
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s98v317TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 308 TO CALL FOR A MUTUAL AND VERIFIABLE FREEZE AND REDUCTION IN NUCLEAR WEAPONS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 211Yea vote
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s98v325TO TABLE THE HELMS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 4185. THE HELMS AMENDME WOULD END U.S. COMPLIANCE WITH THE UNRATIFIED, 1979 SALT II TREATY. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 221Yea vote
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s98v327TO AMEND H.R. 4185 TO DELETE FUNDS FOR THE MX MISSILE. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 226Nay vote
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s98v328TO AMEND H.R. 4185 TO PROVIDE $366.6 MILLION IN ADVANCE PROCUREMENT FUNDS FOR FOUR SSN668 ATTACK SUBMARINES IN THE FISCAL YEAR 1986 BUDGET. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 221Yea vote
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s98v329TO AMEND H.R. 4185 TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD ANNOUNCE THE WILLINGNESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO SUSPEND FLIGHT TESTING OF NEW MIRVED INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILES, WHILE STRATEGIC ARMS NEGOTIATIONS PROCEED, IF THE SOVIET UNION IS ALSO WILLING TO SUSPEND THE FLIGHT TESTING OF SUCH MISSILES, AND THAT ANY AGREEMENT ENTERED INTO BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE 6Nay vote
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s98v331TO TABLE THE STEVENS AMENDMENT TO H.R. 4185. THE STEVENS AMENDMENT ADD BACK $124 MILLION IN FUNDS FOR BINARY WEAPONS. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 226Nay vote
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s98v338(CONTINUED) TO AMEND H. J. RES. 413, A BILL MAKING FURTHER CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984 FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. THE HATFIELD AMENDMENT STRIKES ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR CERTAIN SOCIAL PROGRAMS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v350TO PASS H.R. 2230, A BILL EXTENDING THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1988. (MOTION PASSED)HR22301Yea vote
11/30/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-183.
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s98v352TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT OF THE HOUSE TO A SENATE AMENDMENT, WITH MELCHER AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3222 TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO REIMBURSE PRIVATE LITIGANTS FOR LEGAL FEES INCURRED IN THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO EX REL. REYNOLDS V. AAMODT WATER ADJUCATION SUIT. H.R. 3222 APPROPRIATES FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, JUSTICE, AND STATE, THE JUDICIARY, AND RELATED AGENCIES. (MOTION FAILEHR32221Yea vote
11/28/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-166.
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s98v355TO TABLE THE DOLE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 290, A MEASURE (CONTINUED) PERMITTING FREE ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES OF THE PERSONAL EFFECTS, EQUIPMENT, AND OTHER RELATED ARTICLES OF FOREIGN PARTICIPANTS, OFFICIALS, AND OTHER ACCREDITED MEMBERS OF DELEGATIONS INVOLVED IN THE GAMES OF THE XXIII OLYMPIAD TO BE HELD IN THE UNITED STATES IN 1984. THE DOLE AMENDMENT PROVIDES A REFUNDABLE FEDERAL INCOME TA6Nay vote
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s98v360TO PASS H. J. RES. 308. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 21HJRES3081Yea vote
11/21/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-161.
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s98v364TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT OF THE HOUSE TO SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3959 TO AUTHORIZE NEW FEDERAL ASSISTANCE FOR 100,000 HOUSING UNITS FOR THE ELDERLY AND LOW AND MODERATE INCOME FAMILIES, TO REAUTHORIZE THE URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANT AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAMS FOR 3 YEARS AND TO ALLOW FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO COMMUNITIES THAT MAINTAIN RENT CONTROL AND STABILIZATION PROGRAMS. HR39591Yea vote
11/30/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-181.
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s98v366TO TABLE THE JOHNSTON AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3959 TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE RELATIVE TO THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM CLARK, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 201Yea vote
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s98v369TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM P. CLARK, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR. (NOMINATION (CONTINUED) CONFIRMED)1Yea vote
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s98v370TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4185. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 22HR41851Yea vote
12/8/1983 Became Public Law No: 98-212.
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s98v372TO TABLE THE BAKER MOTION TO PROCEED TO THE CONSIDERATION OF S. 1660, A BILL ASSURING: NATIONWIDE TELEPHONE SERVICE AT AFFORDABLE RATES, THAT COSTS FOR MAINTAINING SUCH SERVICE IS ALLOCATED EQUITABLY AMONG ALL USERS, AND THAT STATES HAVE SUFFICIENT REGULATORY AUTHORITY TO MAINTAIN UNIVERSALLY AVAILABLE AND AFFORDABLE TELEPHONE SERVICE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v375TO PASS H.R. 1492, A BILL ESTABLISHING THE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS QUINCENTENARY JUBILEE COMMISSION. (MOTION PASSED)HR14921Yea vote
8/7/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-375.
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s98v376TO AMEND S. 1762, A BILL PROPOSING A COMPREHENSIVE CRIME CONTROL ACT. THE METZENBAUM AMENDMENT PREVENTS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS FROM SECRETLY TAPE RECORDING CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHERS. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v377TO PASS S. 1762, A BILL PROPOSING A COMPREHENSIVE CRIME CONTROL ACT. (MOTION PASSED)S17621Yea vote
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s98v378TO PASS S. 668, A BILL REFORMING FEDERAL CRIMINAL SENTENCING PROCEDURES. (MOTION PASSED)S6681Yea vote
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s98v379TO AMEND S. 215, A BILL AUTHORIZING JUDICIAL OFFICES TO CONSIDER THE SAFETY OF ANY PERSON OR THE COMMUNITY WHEN MAKING A PRETRIAL DETENTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH PRESCRIBED PROCEDURES. THE MITCHELL AMENDMENT EXCLUDES FROM THE 60-DAY PERIOD THOSE DELAYS WHICH ARE RECOGNIZED WITHIN THE SPEEDY TRIAL ACT. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v380TO PASS S. 215, A BILL AUTHORIZING JUDICIAL OFFICERS TO CONSIDER THE SAFETY OF ANY PERSON OR THE COMMUNITY WHEN MAKING A PRETRIAL DETENTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH PRESCRIBED PROCEDURES. (MOTION PASSED)S2151Yea vote
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s98v382TO PASS S. 1763, A BILL AMENDING THE FEDERAL JUDICIAL CODE TO REVISE THE RULES GOVERNING HABEAS CORPUS CLAIMS BROUGHT BY STATE PRISONERS. (MOTION PASSED)S17631Yea vote
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s98v383TO PASS S. 1764, A BILL AMENDING THE FEDERAL CRIMINAL CODE TO PROVIDE THAT EVIDENCE OBTAINED BY A SEARCH OR SEIZURE SHALL NOT BE EXCLUDED IN A PROCEEDING IF THE SEIZURE WAS UNDERTAKEN IN A REASONABLE GOOD FAITH BELIEF IN ITS CONFORMITY WITH THE FOURTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION. (MOTION PASSED)S17641Yea vote
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s98v385TO PASS S. 1765, A BILL CREATING A CONSTITUTIONAL PROCEDURE (CONTINUED) FOR THE IMPOSITION OF THE DEATH PENALTY FOR THE MOST SERIOUS FEDERAL CRIMES. (MOTION PASSED)S17651Yea vote
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s98v388TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 47, A BILL IMPROVING THE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN COMMERCE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OF THE UNITED STATES. (MOTION PASSED)S471Yea vote
3/20/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-237.
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s98v389TO AMEND THE HUMPHREY AMENDMENT TO S. 2336 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. S. 979 AMENDS AND REAUTHORIZES THE EXPORT ADMINISTRATION ACT. THE HUMPHREY AMENDMENT RESTRICTS FURTHER THE EXPORT OR RETRANSFER OF CERTAIN NUCLEAR COMPONENTS AND THE EXPORT OF NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY. THE MCCLURE SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT EMPHASIZES TWO PROVISIONS IN THE NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION ACT OF 1978 BY CALLI1Yea vote
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s98v390TO AMEND H.R. 2336, A BILL PERMITTING PRICE DIFFERENCES WITH RESPECT TO CREDIT CARD SALES TRANSACTIONS. THE D'AMATO AMENDMENT MAKES PERMANENT THE MORATORIUM PROHIBITING CREDIT CARD SURCHARGES. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v398TO TABLE THE MURKOWSKI PERFECTING AMENDMENT TO THE MURKOWSKI AMENDMENT TO S. 979. THE ORIGINAL MURKOWSKI AMENDMENT PERMITS CRUDE OIL EXPORTS PURSUANT TO A TREATY. THE MURKOWSKI PERFECTING AMENDMENT MODIFIES THE CRUDE OIL EXPORT PROHIBITION. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 246Nay vote
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s98v400TO TABLE THE DODD AMENDMENT TO S. 979. THE DODD AMENDMENT MODIFIES THE CONTRACT SANCTITY PROVISION. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 246Nay vote
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s98v402TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM A. WILSON, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE HOLY SEE. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v403TO AGREE TO A COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO S. J. RES. 73, A MEASURE PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES RELATING TO VOLUNTARY SCHOOL PRAYER. THE (CONTINUED) COMMITTEE AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT NEITHER THE UNITED STATES NOR ANY STATE SHALL COMPOSE THE WORDS OF ANY PRAYER TO BE SAID IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. (MOTION PASSED)6Nay vote
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s98v405TO PASS S. J. RES. 73, A MEASURE PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES RELATING TO VOLUNTARY SCHOOL PRAYER. (MOTION FAILED,2/3 REQUIRED)6Nay vote
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s98v406TO OVERIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF S. 684, A BILL AUTHORIZING AN ON-GOING PROGRAM OF WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH. (MOTION PASSED,2/3 REQUIRED)S6846Nay vote
3/22/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-242. Note: Public Law enacted over VETO.
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s98v410TO PASS H.R. 4072. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 25HR40721Yea vote
4/10/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-258.
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s98v412TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 492. THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT REQUIRES CONGRESSIONAL AUTHORIZATION FOR THE INTRODUCTION OF COMBAT FORCES IN OR OVER EL SALVADOR, HONDURAS OR NICARAGUA. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 261Yea vote
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s98v413TO AMEND THE INOUYE AMENDMENT H. J. RES. 492 WITH A PERFECTING AMENDMENT. THE INOUYE AMENDMENT REDUCES FUNDS FOR ASSISTANCE TO EL SALVADOR TO $61.750 MILLION. THE KENNEDY PERFECTING AMENDMENT PROVIDES FOR THE USE OF UNITED STATES GROUND COMBAT TROOPS IN EL SALVADOR, HONDURAS, OR NICARAGUA. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 266Nay vote
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s98v416TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT OF THE HOUSE TO S. 2507, THEREBY CONTINUING THE TRANSITION PROVISIONS OF THE BANKRUPTCY ACT UNTIL MAY 1, 1984. (MOTION PASSED)S25071Yea vote
3/31/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-249.
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s98v417TO AMEND H. J. RES. 492 TO REDUCE FUNDS FOR ASSISTANCE TO EL SALVADOR TO $21 MILLION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 266Nay vote
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s98v418TO AMEND H. J. RES. 492 TO CAP AT 3 PERCENT INCREASED EMERGENCY AID ($13.5 MILLION) AND FOOD AID ($14 MILLION) FOR A TOTAL OF $35.4 MILLION IN EMERGENCY AID. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 266Nay vote
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s98v419(CONTINUED) TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 492 TO CONDITION THE PROVISION OF MILITARY ASSITANCE TO EL SALVADOR ON A VERDICT IN THE CASE OF TWO MURDERED AMERICAN LABOR ADVISORS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 261Yea vote
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s98v420TO TABLE THE SPECTER AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 492 TO PROVIDE THAT NO MORE THAN 70 PERCENT OT THE MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO EL SALVADOR DURING FISCAL YEAR 1984 MAY BE OBLIGATED OR EXPENDED UNTIL SALVADORAN AUTHORITIES HAVE BROUGHT THE NATIONAL GUARDSMEN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN THE DEATHS OF FOUR UNITED STATES CHURCHWOMEN TO TRIAL AND HAVE OBTAINED A VERDICT. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 261Yea vote
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s98v421TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 492 TO CONDITION THE PROVISION OF MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO EL SALVADOR ON THE INITIATION OF UNCONDITIONAL NEGOTIATIONS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 261Yea vote
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s98v422TO TABLE THE LEAHY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 492 TO PROHIBIT THE INTRODUCTION OF UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES INTO OR OVER EL SALVADOR FOR COMBAT PURPOSES UNLESS THE CONGRESS HAS DECLARED WAR OR ENACTED SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION FOR SUCH USE OF U.S. ARMED FORCES, OR SUCH INTRODUCTION OF U.S. ARMED FORCES IS NECESSARY TO MEET A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER OF HOSTILE ATTACK UPON THE UNITED STATES OR TO MEET A1Yea vote
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s98v423TO AMENDMENT H. J. RES. 492 TO DELETE $21 MILLION FOR ACTIVITIES OF THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 266Nay vote
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s98v425TO TABLE THE LEVIN AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 492 TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF FUNDS FOR COVERT ASSISTANCE IN CENTRAL AMERICA BY ANY INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP WHICH IS NOT PART OF A COUNTRY'S ARMED FORCES AND WHICH IS KNOWN BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT TO HAVE AS ONE OF ITS INTENTIONS THE VIOLENT OVERTHROW OF ANY GOVERNMENT IN CENTRAL AMERICA WITH WHICH THE U.S. GOVERNMENT HAS FULL DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS. (MOTION PASSED1Yea vote
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s98v426TO TABLE THE SASSER AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 492 TO PROVIDE THAT TEMPORARY FACILITIES PREVIOUSLY OR HEREINAFTER CONSTRUCTED, MODIFIED OR IMPROVED IN HONDURAS, IN WHOLE OR IN PART UTILIZING OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FUNDS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, SHALL BE AVAILABLE SOLELY FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE MILITARY TRAINING EXERCISES UNLESS SUCH FACILITIES ARE DEEMED NECESSARY FOR THE EVACUATION OR SELF-D1Yea vote
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s98v428TO PASS H.R. 4169, A BILL PROVIDING FOR RECONCILIATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 3 OF THE FIRST CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984.HR41691Yea vote
4/18/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-270.
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s98v432TO TABLE THE CHAFEE AMENDMENT TO THE DOLE MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO H.R. 2163. THE DOLE MODIFIED AMENDMENT PROVIDES FOR CERTAIN SPENDING REDUCTIONS AND REVENUE INCREASES. THE CHAFEE AMENDMENT DELAYS TAX INDEXING UNTIL 1988. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 271Yea vote
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s98v448TO AMEND H.R. 2163 WITH A MODIFIED AMENDMENT. THE DOLE MODIFIED AMENDMENT PROVIDES FOR CERTAIN SPENDING REDUCTIONS AND REVENUE INCREASES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 271Yea vote
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s98v450TO PASS H.R. 4325 TO AMEND PART D (CHILD SUPPORT AND ESTABLISHMENT OF PATERNITY) OF TITLE IV OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO ASSURE IMPROVEMENT IN THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v464TO TABLE THE CHAFEE PERFECTING AMENDMENT TO THE BAKER AMENDMENT TO H.R. 2163. THE BAKER AMENDMENT FURTHER REDUCES DEFICITS BY INCLUDING RECONCILIATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS CAPS FOR DEFENSE AND NON-DEFENSE DISCRETIONARY SPENDING FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987. THE CHAFEE AMENDMENT MAKES FURTHER BUDGET REDUCTIONS AND COMBINES THE TWO APPROPRIATIONS CAPS FOR EACH FISCAL YEAR FOR DEFENSE AND NON1Yea vote
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s98v467TO AMEND THE BAKER AMENDMENT TO H.R. 2163 WITH A PERFECTING AMENDMENT. THE ORIGINAL BAKER AMENDMENT FURTHER REDUCES DEFICITS BY INCLUDING RECONCILIATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS CAPS FOR DEFENSE AND NON-DEFENSE DISCRETIONARY SPENDING FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987. THE BAKER PERFECTING AMENDMENT PROVIDES $2 BILLION OVER A 3-YEAR PERIOD FOR DOMESTIC SPENDING PROGRAMS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 1Yea vote
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s98v471TO AMEND H.R. 2163 TO FURTHER REDUCE DEFICITS BY INCLUDING RECONCILIATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS CAPS FOR DEFENSE AND NON-DEFENSE DISCRETIONARY SPENDING FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 271Yea vote
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s98v472TO PASS H.R. 4170, A BILL PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN SPENDING REDUCTIONS AND REVENUE INCREASES, AND REDUCING DEFICITS BY INCLUDING RECONCILIATIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS CAPS FOR DEFENSE AND NON-DEFENSE DISCRETIONARY SPENDING FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987. H.R. 4170 CONTAINS THE TEXT OF H.R. 2163, AS AMENDED. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 271Yea vote
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s98v474TO AGREE TO H. CON. RES. 280, A MEASURE SETTING FORTH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987, AND REVISING THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984. THIS MEASURE PROVIDES $743.8 BILLION, $810.8 BILLION AND $882.8 BILLION IN REVENUES FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987, RESPECTIVELY, IT PROVIDES $1.HCONRES2801Yea vote
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s98v478TO AMEND H.R. 1651 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. H.R. 1651 REQUIRES THE ADMINISTRATOR OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS, AFTER PUBLIIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND AFTER CONSIDERING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND ITS SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL AND SUBJECT TO JUDICIAL REVIEW, TO PRESCRIBE REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE ADJUDICATION OF THE ISSUE OF SERVICE CONNECTION BASED ON THE DISEASES OF CE1Yea vote
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s98v480TO PASS H.R. 3755, A BILL REVISING THE OLD AGE, SURVIVORS AND DISABILITY INSURANCE PROVISIONS OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v481TO RECOMMIT THE NOMINATION OF JAMES H. WILKINSON III, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT, TO THE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v486TO TABLE THE PRESSLER AMENDMENT TO S. 2723 TO RESTRICT THE PERCENTAGE INCREASE IN UNITED STATES EXPENDITURES FOR NATO. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 281Yea vote
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s98v494TO TABLE THE ARMSTRONG PERFECTING AMENDMENT TO THE GLENN (CONTINUED) MODIFIED AMENDMENT. THE GLENN AMENDMENT PROVIDES A NEW GI EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. THE ARMSTRONG AMENDMENT ESTABLISHES TWO NEW PROGRAMS OF EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR VETERANS OF PEACETIME SERVICE. (MOTION FAILED) (SUBSEQUENTLY, A POINT OF ORDER THAT THE AMENDMENT WAS IN VIOLATION OF THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT WAS SUSTAIN1Yea vote
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s98v496TO TABLE THE ARMSTRONG MODIFIED AMENDMENT TO THE ARMSTRONG PERFECTING AMENDMENT TO THE GLENN AMENDMENT TO S. 2723. THE GLENN AMENDMENT PROVIDES A NEW GI EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. THE ORIGINAL ARMSTRONG PERFECTING AMENDMENT ESTABLISHES TWO NEW PROGRAMS OF EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR VETERANS OF PEACETIME SERVICE. THE ARMSTRONG MODIFIED AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT NO PAYMENTS FOR SUCH PROGRAMS SHAL1Yea vote
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s98v498TO TABLE THE PERCY AMENDMENT TO S. 2723. THE PERCY AMENDMENT LIMITS FUNDS FOR CERTAIN PROGRAMS OF THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 281Yea vote
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s98v501TO TABLE THE DIXON MOTION TO RECOMMIT THE BILL TO THE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES, WITH INSTRUCTIONS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 281Yea vote
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s98v502TO TABLE THE LEAHY AMENDMENT S. 2723. THE LEAHY AMENDMENT (CONTINUED) DELETES FUNDS FOR 21 MX MISSILES AND ADDS A COMPARABLE AMOUNT FOR VARIOUS CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS AND READINESS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 281Yea vote
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s98v511TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO S. 2723 TO LIMIT THE INTRODUCTION OF UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES INTO OR OVER EL SALVADOR OR NICARAGUA FOR COMBAT. SEE NOTE(S) 281Yea vote
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s98v512TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO S. 2723 TO PROVIDE THAT NOTHING IN THE BILL SHALL BE DEEMED TO AUTHORIZED FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF OR WHICH WOULD HAVE THE EFFECT OF SUPPORTING, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, PARAMILITARY OPERATIONS IN NICARAGUA BY ANY GROUP, ORGANIZATION, MOVEMENT OR INDIVIDUAL. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 281Yea vote
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s98v517TO TABLE THE NUNN AMENDMENT TO S. 2723, WHICH EXPRESSES THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS ON THE STATUS OF CERTAIN TREATIES TO PREVENT NUCLEAR TESTING. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 281Yea vote
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s98v519TO AMEND S. 2723 TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS ON THE STATUS OF CERTAIN TREATIES TO PREVENT NUCLEAR TESTING. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 286Nay vote
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s98v520TO TABLE THE NUNN AMENDMENT TO S. 2723 OF A PERFECTING NATURE. THE NUNN AMENDMENT STATES THAT IT IS THE SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION SHOULD IMPROVE ITS CONVENTIONAL DEFENSE CAPABILITY SO AS TO LENGTHEN THE TIME PERIOD THAT WESTERN EUROUPE CAN BE DEFENDED ADEQUATELY BY CONVENTIONAL FORCES WITHOUT THE NECESSITY OF RESORTING TO THE EARLY USE OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN THE 1Yea vote
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s98v523TO PASS H.R. 5167, THE HOUSE VERSION OF THE DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL. (THE TEXT OF S. 2723, AS AMENDED, WAS INSERTED INTO THIS BILL.) (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 28HR51671Yea vote
10/19/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-525.
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s98v526TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H. J. RES. 492, A BILL MAKING AN URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1984 FOR THE THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 26HJRES4921Yea vote
7/2/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-332.
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s98v529TO AMEND H.R. 4616, A BILL AMENDING THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1982, INCREASING THE AUTHORIZATION OF FUNDS FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1985 AND 1986, AND REQUIRING EACH STATE TO EXPEND A SPECIFIED AMOUNT OF SUCH FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS CONCERNING CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS. THE LAUTENBERG AMENDMENT ENCOURAGES A UNIFORM MINIMUM DRINKING AGE OF 21 TO COMBAT DRUGGED DRIVING,1Yea vote
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s98v530TO AMEND S. 1285, A BILL AUTHORIZING $425 MILLION IN FISCAL YEAR 1984 AND $540 MILLION IN FISCAL YEAR 1985 TO UPGRADE INSTRUCTION IN MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE, COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, AND PROVIDING ASSISTANCE FOR EMPLOYMENT-BASED VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS. THE HATFIELD AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT IT SHALL BE UNLAWFUL TO DENY EQUAL ACCESS TO STUDENTS IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS WHO WISH TO MEET VOLUNTARILY 1Yea vote
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s98v531TO TABLE THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4170, A BILL PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN SPENDING REDUCTIONS AND REVENUE INCREASES, AND REDUCING DEFICITS BY INCLUDING RECONCILIATIONS AND APPROPRIATION CAPS FOR DEFENSE AND NON-DEFENSE DISCRETIONARY SPENDING FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v532TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4170, A BILL PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN SPENDING REDUCTIONS AND REVENUE INCREASES, AND REDUCING DEFICITS BY INCLUDING RECONCILIATIONS AND APPROPRIATION CAPS FOR DEFENSE AND NON-DEFENSE DISCRETIONARY SPENDING FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987. (MOTION PASSED)HR41701Yea vote
7/18/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-369.
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s98v533TO TABLE THE RIEGLE AMENDMENT TO S. 1285, A BILL AUTHORIZING $425 MILLION AND $450 MILLION IN FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1984 AND 1985, RESPECTIVELY, TO UPGRADE INSTRUCTION IN MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE, COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN THE NATION'S INSTITUTIONS, AND PROVIDING ASSISTANCE FOR EMPLOYMENT BASED VOCATIONAL TRAINING (CONTINUED) PROGRAMS. THE RIEGLE AMENDMENT ENCOURAGES THE USE OF SCH6Nay vote
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s98v534TO RATIFY TREATY 96-2, A CONVENTION WITH CANADA WITH RESPECT TO TAXES ON INCOME AND CAPITAL. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v535TO RATIFY TREATY 98-7, A SECOND PROTOCOL AMENDING THE 1980 TAX CONVENTION WITH CANADA. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v536TO RATIFY TREATY 98-22, A SECOND PROTOCOL AMENDING THE TAX CONVENTION WITH CANADA. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v537TO RATIFY TREATY 98-21, A PROTOCOL TO THE TAX CONVENTION (CONTINUED) WITH THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v538TO RATIFY TREATY 98-11, AN ESTATE AND GIFT TAX CONVENTION WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF SWEDEN. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v539TO RATIFY TREATY 98-4, A SUPPLEMENTARY CONVENTION ON EXTRADITION WITH SWEDEN. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v540TO RATIFY TREATY 98-15, A CONVENTION WITH FRANCE ON THE TRANSFER OF SENTENCED PERSONS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v541TO RATIFY TREATY 98-16, AN EXTRADITION TREATY WITH THAILAND. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v542TO RATIFY TREATY 98-17, AN EXTRADITION TREATY WITH COSTA RICA. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v543TO RATIFY TREATY 98-18, AN EXTRADITION TREATY WITH JAMAICA. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v544TO RATIFY TREATY 98-19, AN EXTRADITION TREATY WITH IRELAND. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v545TO RATIFY TREATY 98-20, AN EXTRADITION TREATY WITH ITALY. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v546TO RATIFY TREATY 98-23, A CONVENTION ON THE TRANSFER OF SENTENCED PERSONS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v547TO RATIFY TREATY 98-24, A CONVENTION ON MUTUAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE WITH THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v548TO RATIFY TREATY 98-25, A MUTUAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE TREATY WITH ITALY. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v549TO RATIFY TREATY 98-26, A TREATY WITH CANADA RELATING TO THE SKAGIT RIVER AND ROSS LAKE IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON AND THE SEVEN MILE RESERVOIR ON THE PEND D'OREILLE RIVER IN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v559TO PASS H.R. 5712. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 29HR57121Yea vote
8/30/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-411.
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s98v567TO PASS H.R. 2867, A BILL AMENDING THE SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT AND AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1985 THROUGH 1989. (MOTION PASSED)HR28671Yea vote
11/8/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-616.
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s98v570TO PASS H.R. 1904, A BILL EXTENDING AND IMPROVING THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT ACT AND THE CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT AND ADOPTION REFORM ACT OF 1978. (MOTION PASSED)HR19041Yea vote
10/9/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-457.
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s98v571TO AMEND H.R. 1428 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. H.R. 1428 INVOLVES THE ESTATE OF NELL J. REDFIELD. THE MOYNIHAN AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT THERE WILL BE A COST-OF-LIVING INCREASE IN SOCIAL SECURITY AND SSI BENEFITS FOR 1985 WITHOUT REGARD TO WHETHER THE THREE PERCENT THRESHOLD IS MET. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v578TO CONCUR IN THE BAKER MOTION TO CONCUR IN THE HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO S. 268 TO AUTHORIZE THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE, AND MAINTAIN HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANTS AT VARIOUS EXISTING WATER PROJECTS. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 30S2681Yea vote
8/17/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-381.
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s98v579TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE NOMINATION OF JAMES H. WILKINSON III, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT. (MOTION FAILED, 3/5 REQUIRED)1Yea vote
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s98v580TO PASS S. 1841, A BILL MODIFYING THE FEDERAL ANTITRUST AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWS, TO STIMULATE U.S. PRODUCTIVITY AND ENHANCE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF U.S. INDUSTRIES IN INTERNATIONAL MARKETS. (MOTION PASSED)S18411Yea vote
10/11/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-462.
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s98v581TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4325, A BILL AMENDING PART D (CHILD SUPPORT AND ESTABLISHMENT OF PATERNITY) OF TITLE IV OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT, TO ASSURE IMPROVEMENT IN THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM. (MOTION PASSED)HR43251Yea vote
8/16/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-378.
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s98v583TO PASS H.R. 4209, A BILL ENHANCING COMPETITION IN GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT. (MOTION PASSED)HR42091Yea vote
10/30/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-577.
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s98v592TO PASS H.R. 6040. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 31HR60401Yea vote
8/22/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-396.
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s98v593TO RATIFY TREATY 98-6, AN ESTATE AND GIFT TAX CONVENTION WITH THE KINGDOM OF DENMARK. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v594TO RATIFY TREATY 98-8, A TREATY WITH THE KINGDOM OF THAILAND ON THE COOPERATION IN THE EXECUTION OF PENAL SENTENCES. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v595TO RATIFY TREATY 98-13, A CARTAGENA CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT OF THE WIDER CARIBBEAN REGION. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v596TO CLOSE FURTHER DEBATE ON THE NOMINATION OF JAMES H. WILKINSON III, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE A UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v597TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES H. WILKINSON III, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE A UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT. (MOTION CONFIRMED)1Yea vote
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s98v609TO PASS S. 2851. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 33S28511Yea vote
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s98v610TO AMEND H.R. 3398, A BILL MAKING CERTAIN CHANGES IN THE TARIFF TREATMENT OF SPECIFIED ARTICLES, AND GRANTING DUTY-FREE TREATMENT TO SPECIFIED ARTICLES. THE WILSON AMENDMENT EQUALIZES TARIFFS ON CANNED TUNA. (MOTION FAILED)6Nay vote
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s98v613TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF BRUCE D. BEAUDIN, TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v614TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 3755, A BILL REVISING THE OLD AGE, SURVIVORS AND DISABILITY INSURANCE PROVISIONS OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT. (MOTION PASSED)HR37551Yea vote
10/9/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-460.
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s98v615TO TABLE THE SPECTER AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3398, A BILL MAKING CERTAIN CHANGES IN THE TARIFF TREATMENT OF SPECIFIED ARTICLES, AND GRANTING DUTY-FREE TREATMENT TO SPECIFIED ARTICLES. THE SPECTER AMENDMENT AMENDS THE UNFAIR COMPETITION ACT OF 1916 AND THE CLAYTON ACT, TO PROVIDE FOR FURTHER RELIEF IN THE EVENT OF UNFAIR FOREIGN COMPETITION. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v616TO PASS H.R. 3398, A BILL MAKING CERTAIN CHANGES IN THE TARIFF TREATMENT OF SPECIFIC ARTICLES, AND GRANTING DUTY-FREE TREATMENT TO SPECIFIED ARTICLES. (MOTION PASSED)HR33981Yea vote
10/30/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-573.
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s98v622TO PASS H.R. 6028, A BILL APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, AND EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1985. (MOTION PASSED)HR60281Yea vote
11/8/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-619.
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s98v623TO PASS H.R. 2838, A BILL AUTHORIZING THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR AND THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS VOLUNTEERING TO PLANT TREE SEEDLINGS ON PUBLIC LANDS. (MOTION PASSED)HR28381Yea vote
10/16/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-478.
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s98v633TO TABLE THE BYRD AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 648. THE BYRD AMENDMENT ADDS A SECTION DEALING WITH CIVIL RIGHTS. (MOTION PASSED) (CONTINUED) SEE NOTE(S) 341Yea vote
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s98v642TO AMEND H. J. RES. 648 TO PROHIBIT FUNDS FROM BEING USED TO SUPPORT TERRORIST OPERATIONS IN, OVER, OR OFFSHORE FROM THE TERRITORY OF NICARAGUA. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 346Nay vote
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s98v645TO TABLE THE WEICKER AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 648. THE WEICKER AMENDMENT AMENDS THE LANGUAGE WHICH ALLOWS FEDERAL ABORTION FUNDING IN LIFE-THREATENING SITUATIONS ONLY, TO PERMIT THESE BENEFITS TO GO TO THE VICTIMS OF RAPE OR INCEST. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 341Yea vote
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s98v649TO TABLE THE PRESSLER AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 648. THE PRESSLER AMENDMENT REQUIRES THAT FOR TURKEY TO RECEIVE GRANT MILITARY ASSISTANCE, THE FORMERLY GREEK-CYPRIOT AREA OF FAMAGUSTA/VAROSHA MUST BE RETURNED TO THE GOVERNMENT OF CYPRUS UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE UNITED NATIONS FOR IMMEDIATE RESETTLEMENT OF REFUGEES. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 341Yea vote
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s98v650TO AMEND H. J. RES. 648 TO RESCIND $9 BILLION FOR THE SYNTHETIC FUELS CORPORATION. (MOTION FAILED) SEE NOTE(S) 346Nay vote
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s98v654TO TABLE THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 654, A BILL PROVIDING FOR A TEMPORARY INCREASE FROM $1.573 TRILLION TO $1.824 TRILLION IN THE PUBLIC DEBT. THE KENNEDY AMENDMENT PROVIDES FOR A MUTUAL AND VERIFIABLE FREEZE AND REDUCTION IN NUCLEAR WEAPONS. (MOTION PASSED)1Yea vote
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s98v658TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H. J. RES. 648. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 34HJRES6481Yea vote
10/12/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-473.
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s98v660TO TABLE THE SYMMS AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 654. THE SYMMS AMENDMENT REPEALS THE CHANGES MADE TO SECTION 483 OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 BY THE TAX REFORM ACT OF 1984. (MOTION PASSED) SEE NOTE(S) 351Yea vote
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s98v663TO PASS H. J. RES. 654. (UPON RECONSIDERATION) MOTION PASSED SEE NOTE(S) 35HJRES6541Yea vote
10/13/1984 Became Public Law No: 98-475.
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