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President's Positions on 99th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s99v1TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES A. BAKER III, OF TEXAS, TO BE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.1Yea vote
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s99v2TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM J. BENNETT, OF NORTH CAROLINA, TO BE SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.1Yea vote
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s99v3TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JOHN S. HERRINGTON, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE SECRETARY OF ENERGY.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v4TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DONALD P. HODEL, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v9TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF EDWIN MEESE III, OF CALIFORNIA, TO BE ATTORNEY GENERAL.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v11TO AGREE TO S. RES. 79, A MEASURE EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE WITH REGARD TO EMERGENCY CREDIT FOR AMERICAN FARMERS.1Yea vote
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s99v13TO AMEND IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUE, THE ZORINSKY, NE) AMENDMENT TO S 457 TO ELIMINATE A PROVISION WHICH WOULD REQUIRE BANKS TO SHELVE A PORTION OF A FARM LOAN IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR A FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION GUARANTEE.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v14TO AMEND S. 457 TO PROVIDE EMERGENCY FARM CREDIT ASSISTANCE.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v16TO AMEND S 457, TO PROVIDE ADVANCE RECOURSE LOANS TO (CONTINUED) PRODUCERS OF WHEAT, FEED GRAINS, UPLAND COTTON, RICE, TOBACCO, PEANUTS, SOYBEANS, SUGAR CANE, AND SUGAR BEETS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v17TO PASS H 1096, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE FUNDS TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE FOR FAMINE RELIEF, REHABILITATION, RECOVERY, AND REFUGEE ASSISTANCE IN AFRICA.HR10966Nay vote
3/6/1985 Vetoed by President.
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s99v18TO RATIFY TREATY DOC. 99-2, A TREATY BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA CONCERNING PACIFIC SALMON.1Yea vote
Treaty
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s99v19TO PASS S. J. RES. 71, A MEASURE APPROVING THE OBLIGATION OF $1.5 BILLION IN FUNDS AVAILABLE BY PUBLIC LAW 98-473 FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF MX MISSILES.1Yea vote
Req 990028
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s99v20TO PASS S. J. RES. 75, A MEASURE FURTHER APPROVING THE OBLIGATION OF $1.5 BILLION IN FUNDS MADE AVAILABLE BY PUBLIC LAW 98-473 FOR PROCUREMENT OF MX MISSILES.1Yea vote
Req 990028
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s99v21TO PASS H.R. 1239, A BILL APPROPRIATING URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1985, FOR EMERGENCY FAMINE RELIEF AND RECOVERY IN AFRICA.HR12391Yea vote
4/4/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-10.
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s99v25TO PASS H.R. 1869, A BILL REPEALING THE CONTEMPORANEOUS RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS ADDED TO THE TAX REFORM ACT OF 1984HR18691Yea vote
5/24/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-44.
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s99v26TO AMEND HR 1866 IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE, TO EXTEND THE FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL COMPENSATION ACT OF 1982 UNTIL THE END OF FISCAL YEAR 1985.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v27TO AMEND H.R. 1866, A BILL PHASING OUT THE FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL COMPENSATION PROGRAM. THE LEVIN AMENDMENT ALLOWS STATES THE OPTION OF A 5 PERCENT TRIGGER FOR EXTENDED BENEFITS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v28TO PASS H.R. 1866, A BILL PHASING OUT THE FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL COMPENSATION PROGRAM.HR18666Nay vote
nay supports pres position (CQ) but 4/4/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-15.
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s99v30TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JOHN E. KRINGS, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v31TO PASS S. J. RES. 106, A BILL APPROVING THE OBLIGATION OF FUNDS AVAILABLE UNDER PUBLIC LAW 98-473 FOR SUPPORTING MILITARY OR PARAMILITARY OPERATIONS IN NICARAGUA.1Yea vote
Req 990032
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s99v34TO AMEND THE DOLE, KS) AMENDMENT TO THE MOTION TO RECOMMI S CON RES 32 TO INCLUDE THE SENATE REPUBLICANS-WHITE HOUSE BUDGET AGREEMENT FOR FISCAL 1986.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v35TO AMEND THE DOLE, KS) AMENDMENT TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32 TO ALLOW FOR FULL COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENTS UNDER TITLE II6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v36TO AMEND THE DOLE, KS) AMENDMENT TO S CON RES 32 TO LIMIT THE GROWTH IN FISCAL YEAR 1986 BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR DEFENSE TO AN INFLATION ADJUSTMENT.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v37TO AMEND THE DOLE AMENDMENT TO S. CON. RES. 32. THE PRESENT DOLE AMENDMENT RESTORES COLA REDUCTIONS FOR NON-SOCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT PROGRAMS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v48TO PASS S. 484, A BILL AMENDING THE SACCHARIN STUDY AND LABELING ACT TO EXTEND THE PERIOD DURING WHICH THE SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES MAY NOT TAKE CERTAIN ACTIONS TO RESTRICT THE CONTINUED USE OF SACCHARIN OR OF ANY FOOD, DRUG, OR CS4841Yea vote
5/24/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-46.
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s99v51TO AMEND THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT, THE FEDERAL BUDGET SHOULD INVEST IN FUTURE ECONOMIC GROWTH BY PROVIDING INCREASED FUNDS FOR PROMOTING U.S. EXPORTS OF GOODS AND SERVICES, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOG6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v52TO AMEND THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, TO REFLECT ALTERNATE BUDGET LEVELS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v61TO AMEND THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, TO RESTORE FUNDS FOR FEDERAL IMPACT AID UNDER THE ACT OF SEPTEMBER 30, 1950 (PUBLIC LAW 81-874).6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v62TO TABLE THE METZENBAUM, OH) AMENDMENT TO S CON RES 32, THAT WOULD RESTORE THE POSTAL SUBSIDIES FOR CHARITABLE AND NONPROFIT GROUPS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v63TO AMEND THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, TO RESTORE FUNDING FOR REVENUE SHARING.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v64TO TABLE THE KENNEDY, MA) AMENDMENT TO THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, THAT WOULD HAVE ADDED FUNDS FOR THE MEDICARE PROGRAM.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v68TO TABLE THE LAUTENBERG, NJ) AMENDMENT TO THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, TO RESTORE FUNDING FOR AMTRAK, URBAN MASS TRANSIT PROGRAMS, AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANTS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v71TO TABLE THE HOLLINGS, SC) AMENDMENT TO THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, TO RESTORE FUNDS TO THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v73TO TABLE THE MOYNIHAN, NY) AMENDMENT TO THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, TO RESTORE THE FULL COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT (COLA) FOR FISCAL 1986.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v74TO TABLE THE KENNEDY, MA) AMENDMENT TO THE MOTION TO RECOMMIT S CON RES 32, TO RESTORE FUNDING FOR MEDICARE AND MEDICAID PROGRAMS IN FISCAL YEARS 1986-1988.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v76TO AMEND S. 960, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL 1986, TO DELETE ASSISTANCE TO CENTRAL AMERICA.6Nay vote
Req 990018
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s99v80TO TABLE THE BINGAMAN, NM) AMENDMENT TO S 960, TO REDUCE THE MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AND TRANSFER THE FUNDS TO (CONTINUED) THE FOOD FOR PEACE PROGRAM.1Yea vote
Req 990018
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s99v82TO PASS S 960, A BILL MAKING $12.8 BILLION IN AUTHORIZATIONS FOR THE FOREIGN AID PROGRAMS.S9601Yea vote
8/8/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-83.
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s99v85TO AMEND S. 1160 TO DELETE FUNDS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MX MISSILES.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v89TO AMEND S. 1160 TO ELIMINATE FUNDS FOR THE BATTLESHIP REACTIVATION PROGRAM AND INCREASE FUNDS FOR NAVAL MUNITIONS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v90TO AMEND S. 1160 TO PROMOTE AN INTERNATIONAL BAN ON THE PRODUCTION AND STOCKPILING OF LETHAL BINARY CHEMICAL WEAPONS6Nay vote
Req 990038
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s99v93TO AMEND S. 1160 TO IMPOSE CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS ON THE MX MISSILE PROGRAM.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v95TO AMEND S. 1160 TO ESTABLISH A MORATORIUM DURING FISCAL YEARS 1985 AND 1986 ON THE TESTING OF ANTI-SATELLITE WEAPONS AGAINST OBJECTS IN SPACE.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v107TO AMEND S. 1003, A BILL MAKING AUTHORIZATIONS FOR FISCAL 1986, FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, TO PROHIBIT ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR CENTRAL AMERICAN MILITARY ACTIVITIES.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v109TO AGREE TO DIVISION II OF THE KENNEDY, MA) AMENDMENT TO S 1003, TO PROHIBIT THE INTRODUCTION OF ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES INTO OR OVER NICARAGUA.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v110TO AMEND S. 1003 TO RESTRICT THE CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH COMBAT UNITS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES MAY BE INTRODUCED INTO CENTRAL AMERICA.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v111TO AMEND S. 1003 TO ESTABLISH TERMS FOR U.S. POLICY TOWARD NICARAGUA.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v112TO AMEND S. 1003 TO AUTHORIZE $24 MILLION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1986 TO BE EXPENDED BY THE PRESIDENT FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO THE NICARAGUAN DEMOCRATIC RESISTANCE.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v113TO AGREE TO DIVISION I OF THE HARKIN, IA) AMENDMENT TO S 1003, TO PROHIBIT FUNDS FROM BEING OBLIGATED OR EXPENDED BY THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY OR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TO PROVIDE HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO FORCES OPPOSED TO THE GOVERN6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v114TO AGREE TO DIVISON II OF THE HARKIN, IA) AMENDMENT TO S 1003, TO PROHIBIT SUPPORT FOR CERTAIN MILITARY OR PARAMILITARY OPERATIONS IN NICARAGUA.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v115TO AMEND S. 1003 TO PROVIDE THAT NONE OF THE FUNDS AUTHORIZED CAN BE USED TO FUND, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, ACTIVITIES AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT OF NICARAGUA WHICH HAVE (CONTINUED) NOT BEEN AUTHORIZED BY, OR PURSUANT TO, LAW AND WHICH WOULD PLACE T6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v117TO AMEND S. 1003 TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD IMMEDIATELY RESCIND THE TRADE SANCTIONS AGAINST NICARAGUA.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v122TO PASS H.R. 2068, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE STATE DEPARTMENT FOR FISCAL 1986. (THE HOUSE VERSION OF S 1003.)HR20681Yea vote
8/16/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-93.
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s99v123TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF MICHAEL B. WALLACE, OF MISSISSIPPI, TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v124TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF LEAANNE BERNSTEIN, OF MARYLAND, TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v126TO PASS S. 1128, A BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1986 AND 1987 FOR PROGRAMS OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v127TO AMEND H.R. 1699, THE ENERGY POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACT, TO REQUIRE THE PRESIDENT TO IMPLEMENT A PROGRAM OF EMERGENCY BLOCK GRANTS FOR THE STATES TO ENABLE THEM TO DEAL WITH THE EFFECTS HIGHER PRICES DURING AN OIL EMERGENCY.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v128TO PASS H.R. 1699, A BILL AMENDING THE ENERGY POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACT, TO EXTEND THE EXPIRATION DATE OF TITLE I FROM JUNE 30, 1985, TO JUNE 30, 1989, AND TO EXTEND THE EXPIRATION DATE OF TITLE II FROM JUNE 30, 1985 TO JUNE 30, 1987HR16991Yea vote
7/2/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-58.
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s99v130TO AMEND THE BYRD, WV) AMENDMENT TO HR 2577, TO ESTABLISH A NATIONAL COMMISSION TO STUDY ESPIONAGE.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v139TO TABLE THE KENNEDY, MA) AMENDMENT TO S 49, A BILL PROTECTING FIREARMS OWNERS' CONSITUTIONAL RIGHTS TO BEAR ARM TO CONTINUE THE PROHIBITION ON INTERSTATE HANDGUN SALES. PASSED)1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v140TO TABLE THE MATHIAS, MD) AMENDMENT TO S 49, TO RETAIN INSPECTION OF GUN DEALERS WITHOUT PRIOR WARNING.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v141TO TABLE THE INOUYE, HI) AMENDMENT TO S 49, TO APPLY A WAITING PERIOD BETWEEN THE SALE AND DELIVERY OF A HANDGUN.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v142TO PASS S 49, A BILL TO REVISE THE GUN CONTROL ACT OF 1968, TO EASE LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FOR GUN COLLECTORS, TO REMOVE THE BAN ON INTERSTATE SALES OF GUNS, AND END INSPECTION OF GUN DEALERS WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.S491Yea vote
5/19/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-308.
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s99v150TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF EDWIN G. CORR, OF OKLAHOMA, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v151TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ROZANNE L. RIDGWAY, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE AN ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE.1Yea vote
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s99v152TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF RICHARD R. BURT, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v153(CONTINUED) TO AMEND S. 408, A BILL AUTHORIZING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FOR FISCAL 1986-1988, TO STRIK THE PROVISION REMOVING FARMERS FROM THE SBA DISASTER ASSISTANCE LOANS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v155TO PASS S. 408, A BILL AMENDING THE SMALL BUSINESS ACT, TO ESTABLISH PROGRAM LEVELS, TO AUTHORIZE FUNDS FOR THE SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, AND TO AMEND THE SMALL BUSINESS INVESTMENT ACT OF 1958.S4081Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v156TO INVOKE CLOTURE THEREBY ENDING DEBATE ON THE MOTION TO CONSIDER S 43, A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR A PRESIDENTIAL LINE-ITEM VETO BY REQUIRING THAT APPROPRIATIONS BILLS PASSED BY BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS BE ENROLLED AS A SEPARATE BILL OR JOINT RESOLUT1Yea vote
Req 990003, yea supports pres position (CQ), voteview=6 (typo)
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s99v157TO INVOKE CLOTURE THEREBY ENDING DEBATE ON THE MOTION TO MOTION TO CONSIDER S 43, A BILL PROVIDING FOR A PRESIDENTIAL LINE-ITEM VETO.1Yea vote
Req 990003, yea supports pres position (CQ) voteview=6 (typo)
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s99v158TO INVOKE CLOTURE THEREBY ENDING DEBATE ON THE MOTION TO PROCEED TO CONSIDERATION OF S 43. (MOTION FAILED, THREE- FIFTHS MAJORITY REQUIRED.)6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v167TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 1160, THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, AND THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY MILITARY APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1986.S11601Yea vote
11/8/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-145.
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s99v171TO INVOKE CLOTURE, THEREBY ENDING DEBATE ON THE WEICKER, CT) MOTION TO CONSIDER THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1460, A BILL INVOKING ECONOMIC SANCTIONS ON SOUTH AFRICA.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v173TO INVOKE CLOTURE, THEREBY ENDING DEBATE ON THE KENNEDY MA) MOTION TO CONSIDER THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 1460.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v180TO AMEND S 1200 TO REQUIRE IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE AGENTS TO HAVE SEARCH WARRANTS BEFORE ENTERING FARMS OR AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v191TO PASS S 1200, A BILL TO REFORM THE EXISTING IMMIGRATION LAWS, BY IMPOSING PENALTIES ON EMPLOYERS OF ILLEGAL WORKERS, GRANTING LEGAL STATUS TO MILLIONS OF RESIDENT ILLEGAL ALIENS AND, ALTERING PRESENT TEMPORARY FOREIGN WORKER REGULATIONS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v193TO AMEND S 51 TO STRIKE THE DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM FOR VICTIM MEDICAL ASSISTANCE.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v198TO PASS HR 3036, APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1986 FOR THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT, POSTAL SERVICE AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS.HR30366Nay vote
11/15/1985 Vetoed by President.
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s99v202TO CONFIRM PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEE JAMES C. MILLER III AS DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v204TO TABLE THE BYRD, WV) MOTION TO RECOMMIT HJ RES 372, TO THE COMMITTEE ON THE BUDGET IN ORDER TO TEMPORARILY LIFT THE EXISTING CEILING ON THE DEBT LIMIT, UNTIL OCTOBER 18.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v213TO AMEND H J RES 372 LIMITING THE SIZE OF THE ANNUAL PERMISSIBLE BUDGET DEFICIT UNTIL ZERO BALANCE IS ACHIEVED IN 19911Yea vote
Req 990019
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s99v222TO APPROVE H J RES 372, THE JOINT RESOLUTION TO RAISE THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT TO $2.079 TRILLION.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v229TO AMEND H R 3038 BY REMOVING PROVISIONS TO SUBSIDIZE 100,000 NEW HOUSING UNITS AND DECLARING A MORATORIUM ON SUCH SUBSIDIES FOR FISCAL 1986.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v231TO TABLE THE ARMSTRONG, CO) AMENDMENT TO HR 3038, TO ELIMINATE THE URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANT PROGRAM.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v234TO PASS HR 3038, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 198 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR30381Yea vote
11/25/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-160.
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s99v238TO PASS HR 3424, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1986 FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AND EDUCATION AND RELATED AGENCIES.HR34241Yea vote
12/12/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-178.
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s99v239TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION FOR TREATY DOCUMENT NO. 98-5, 1983 PROTOCOLS FOR THE FURTHER EXTENSION OF THE 1971 INTERNATIONAL WHEAT AGREEMENT. (MOTION PASSED, TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY REQUIRED.1Yea vote
Treaty
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s99v244TO TABLE THE EVANS, WA) AMENDMENT TO HR 3244 TO DENY CREDIT TO AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS FOR CARS WHICH MET LOWERED FUEL-EFFICIENCY STANDARDS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v249TO AMEND HR 2965, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE, JUSTICE, STATE, AND THE JUDICIARY TO PROHIBIT PAYMENTS TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS SO LONG THE UNITED STATES REMAINS REMOVED FROM THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUST6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v250TO APPROVE S.J. RES 228, PROHIBITING THE SALE OF ADVANCED WEAPONS TO JORDAN UNTIL MEANINGFUL NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN JORDAN AND ISRAEL HAVE TAKEN PLACE.SJRES2281Yea vote
11/25/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-162.
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s99v253TO AMEND S 1730, AN OMNIBUS BUDGET RECONCILIATION BILL TO ESTABLISH A NEW SYSTEM OF TEXTILE AND SHOE IMPORT QUOTAS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v266TO AMEND S 1714 BY FREEZING SUBSIDIZED TARGET PRICES FOR WHEAT, FEED GRAINS, COTTON AND RICE OVER THE NEXT YEAR AND BY LOWERING THE PRICES BY FIVE PERCENT ANNUALLY UNTIL 1989.1Yea vote
Req 980016
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s99v283(CONTINUED) TO CONFIRM WINSTON LORD AS AMBASSADOR TO THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v287TO APPROVE H R 3327, A BILL THAT APPROPRIATES $8.7 BILLION FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTIONS PROJECTS IN 1986.HR33271Yea vote
12/10/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-173.
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s99v288TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ALEX KOZINSKI AS CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v289TO APPROVE H R 2672, A BILL THAT ESTABLISHES A NEW RETIREMENT AND DISABILITY PLAN FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES, POSTAL WORKERS, MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, EMPLOYEES OF THE FOREIGN SERVICE AND THE CIA.HR26721Yea vote
6/6/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-335.
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s99v296TO AMEND S 1730, TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT THERE SHOULD NOT BE A TAX ON MANUFACTURED GOODS THAT CONTRIBUTES TO A FUND THAT HELPS CLEAN UP HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v305TO PASS HR 1562, A BILL THAT SETS LIMITS ON THE AMOUNTS OF TEXTILES AND APPAREL THAT MAY BE IMPORTED.HR15626Nay vote
8/6/1986 Failed of passage in House over VETO. Status: Failed of Passage in House Over Veto by Yea-Nay Vote: 276 - 149 (Record Vote No: 290).
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s99v308TO TABLE THE EVANS, WA) AMENDMENT TO S 1730 TO RESTRICT THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MUST PAY STATES WHEN IT DRILLS FOR OIL ON OFFSHORE AREAS WITHIN CERTAIN LIMITS OF THE STATES' BOUNDARIES.6Nay vote
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s99v310TO TABLE THE METZENBAUM (OH) AMENDMENT TO S 1730, TO STRIKE PROVISIONS THAT LOWER SUBSIDIES FOR TOBACCO GROWERS AND ALLOWS THE GROWERS TO BUY TOBACCO FROM FEDERAL STOCKS AT DISCOUNTS THAT REACH 90%.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v314TO APPROVE S 1730, A BILL THAT LOWERS THE FEDERAL BUDGET DEFICIT BY $85.7 BILLION BETWEEN FISCAL 1986-1988. THE BILL REDUCES FUNDING $69.9 BILLION AND INCREASES REVENUES BY (CONTINUED) $15.8 BILLION.6Nay vote
Req 990019
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s99v315TO TABLE THE HATCH, UT) AMENDMENT TO SJ RES 77, THE COMPACT OF FREE ASSOCIATION WITH MICRONESIA, TO ESTABLISH A TRUST FUND OF $150 MILLION TO COMPENSATE VICTIMS OF NUCLEAR TESTS IN THE SOUTHWEST.1Yea vote
Req 990021
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s99v317TO TABLE THE HAWKINS, FL) AMENDMENT TO S 1714, A BILL REAUTHORIZING FARM PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL 1986, TO REDUCE PRICE SUPPORTS FOR MILK BY 50 CENTS IF THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE PREDICTS THAT THE GOVERNMENT WOULD BUY MORE THAN 10 BILLION POUNDS 6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v321TO APPROVE H R 2409, A BILL THAT EXTENDS FUNDING FOR RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AT THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH.HR24096Nay vote
11/20/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-158. Note: Public Law enacted over VETO.
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s99v325TO TABLE THE HELMS, NC) PERFECTING AMENDMENT TO THE DOLE KS) MOTION TO RECOMMIT S 1714, TO ALLOW THE STATES (CONTINUED) TO USE THE FEDERAL FUNDS THAT CURRENTLY PAY FOR THE FOOD STAMP PROGRAM TO FUND THEIR OWN PROGRAMS TO HELP FEED THE POOR.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v334TO TABLE THE QUAYLE, IN) PERFECTING AMENDMENT TO THE DOLE KS) MOTION TO RECOMMIT S 1714, TO GRADUALLY REMOVE THE PRICE SUPPORTS FOR HONEY OVER A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v337TO AMEND THE DOLE, KS) MOTION TO RECOMMIT S 1714, TO CREATE A MARKETING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM FOR WHEAT AND FEED GRAIN PRODUCERS, IF SUCH A PROGRAM IS APPROVED BY A REFERENDUM OF PRODUCERS.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v351TO PASS S 1884, A BILL TO RESTRUCTURE THE FARM CREDIT SYSTEM TO ALLOW INSTITUTIONS TO POOL RESOURCES AND SELL ASSETS TO RELIEVE FINANCIAL PRESSURES.S18841Yea vote
12/23/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-205.
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s99v352TO CONFIRM ROBERT K. DAWSON AS ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY FOR CIVIL WORKS.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v354TO CONCUR IN THE HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO HR 2965, TO DELETE ALL FUNDS FOR THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR DEMOCRACY.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v356TO TABLE THE GLENN, OH) AMENDMENT TO HJ RES 465, TO PROHIBIT THE ALLOCATION OF FUNDS TO TRANSFER NUCLEAR EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS OR TECHNOLOGY TO THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v359TO TABLE THE PRYOR, AR) AMENDMENT TO HJ RES 465, TO REDUC THE MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM BY $40 MILLION, LEAVING THE TOTAL AT $765 MILLION.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v371TO APPROVE THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H J RES 372 THAT TEMPORARILY RAISES THE LIMIT ON THE FEDERAL DEBT FROM $1.824 TRILLION TO $2.079 TRILLION AND ESTABLISHES A PLAN TO PAY THE DEBT BY 1991. THE REPORT STIPULATES LIMITS THAT THE DEBT MAY NOT EXCHJRES3721Yea vote
12/12/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-177.
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s99v373TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF OTIS R. BOWEN AS SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v376TO APPROVE S 1396, A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF UNRESOLVED CLAIMS PERTAINING TO INDIAN LANDS ALLOTTED ON THE WHITE EARTH INDIAN RESERVATION IN MINNESOTA.S13961Yea vote
3/24/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-264.
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s99v377TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF JAMES L. BUCKLEY OF CONNECTICUT AS U.S. CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v378TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H R 2100 WHICH MODIFIES AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS AND EXTENDS THEM THROUGH FISCAL 1990.HR21001Yea vote
12/23/1985 Became Public Law No: 99-198.
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s99v379TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H R 3128 WHICH PROVIDES FOR THE REDUCTION OF THE DEFICIT BY $74 BILLION OVER 1986-88 BY MEANS OF SPENDING REDUCTIONS AND ADDED REVENUES.HR31286Nay vote
nay supports pres (CQ) but 4/7/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-272.
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s99v382TO CURTAIL DEBATE ON THE DOLE MOTION TO CONSIDER S 638 CONRAIL SALE, THE BILL PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF CONRAIL TO NORFOLK SOUTHERN CORPORATION. (THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE.)1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v383TO WAIVE THE SECTION OF THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET AND IMPOUNDMENT CONTROL ACT OF 1974 THAT WOULD PREVENT CONSIDERATION OF S 638, THE CONRAIL SALE AMENDMENTS ACT.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v384TO TABLE THE SPECTER, PA) AMENDMENT, A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE DANFORTH SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO S 638, THE CONRAIL SALE (CONTINUED) AMENDMENTS ACT THE SPECTER AMENDMENT CALLS FOR THE SALE OF CONRAIL TO AN INVESTOR GROUP HEADED BY MORGAN STANLEY AND 1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v391TO TABLE THE HEINZ, PA) AMENDMENT TO S 638, THE CONRAIL SALE AMENDMENTS ACT. THE HEINZ AMENDMENT WOULD NOT PERMIT THE NORFOLK SOUTHERN CORPORATION TO OBTAIN CERTAIN TAX (CONTINUED) BENEFITS FROM THE CONRAIL PURCHASE.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v393TO ADOPT S 638 CONRAIL SALE AMENDMENTS ACT. THE BILL WOULD AMEND THE REGIONAL RAIL REORGANIZATION ACT OF 1973 AND PROVIDING FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE CONRAIL FREIGHT RAILROAD BY A COMPANY IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR, NORFOLK SOUTHERN CORPORATION.S6381Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v396TO ADOPT TO THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION OF EX O 81-1, INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE PREVENTION AND PUNISHMENT OF THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE. THE TREATY DECLARES GENOCIDE A CRIME AND CALLS FOR THOSE SIGNING THE TREATY TO ENACT LEGISLATION MAKING1Yea vote
Treaty
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s99v397TO APPROVE S RES 347, THE RESOLUTION EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT THE PRESIDENT SHOULD ENDEAVOR TO AMEND THE GENOCIDE TREATY TO PROVIDE PROTECTION FOR POLITICAL GROUPS AS WELL.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v407TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION BY PRESIDENT REAGAN OF RICHARD E. LYNG OF VIRGINIA AS SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v420TO TABLE THE WILSON, CA) AMENDMENT TO THE SIMPSON, WY)-DOMENICI AMENDMENT TO THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO HR 3128 OMNIBUS BUDGET RECONCILIATION. THE WILSON AMENDMENT WOULD CALL FOR THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, IN DECIDING WHETHER TO OVERRULE A STAT1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v421TO ADOPT A CLOTURE MOTION ON PRESIDENT REAGAN'S NOMINATION OF SIDNEY A. FITZWATER OF TEXAS AS U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS. (THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE).1Yea vote
nominee-cloture, voteview=1
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s99v422TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF SIDNEY A. FITZWATER AS U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v423TO ADOPT S 209 FEDERAL DEBT RECOVERY ACT, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF PRIVATE ATTORNEYS WHO WOULD, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, ENDEAVOR TO COLLECT OUTSTANDING NON-TAX DEBTS OWED TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.S2091Yea vote
10/28/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-578.
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s99v426TO PASS S J RES 225 BALANCED BUDGET CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT, THE JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO INSIST UPON A BALANCED FEDERAL BUDGET EACH YEAR EXCEPT WHEN A 3/5 MAJORITY OF THE HOUSE AND SENATE APPROVES DEFICIT SPEND1Yea vote
Req 990053, yea supports pres (CQ, verified)
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s99v427TO OFFER A SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO S J RES 283 NICARAGUAN RESISTANCE ASSISTANCE. THIS SUBSTITUTE WOULD PROHIBIT ANY U.S. ASSISTANCE TO MILITARY OR PARAMILITARY GROUPS OPERATING IN NICARAGUA.6Nay vote
Req 990102
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s99v429TO OFFER A SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO S J RES 283, NICARAGUAN RESISTANCE ASSISTANCE. THE SASSER-GORE, TN) SUBSTITUTE WOULD SET ASIDE $30 MILLION IN NON-MILITARY AID FOR NICARAGUAN CONTRAS AND WOULD ENSURE THAT, IN THE EVENT OF A CEASE-FIRE IN NICA6Nay vote
Req 990102
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s99v430TO TABLE THE CRANSTON, CA) AMENDMENT TO THE LUGAR SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO S J RES 283, NICARAGUAN RESISTANCE ASSISTANCE. CRANSTON'S AMENDMENT WOULD GRANT ONLY 'NON-LETHAL'' AID TO THE NICARAGUAN CONTRAS IF THE GOVERNMENT OF NICARAGUA TOOK MEASU1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v431TO TABLE THE KENNEDY, MA) AMENDMENT TO THE LUGAR SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO S J RES 283, NICARAGUAN RESISTANCE ASSISTANCE. KENNEDY'S AMENDMENT WOULD PROHIBIT THE INTRODUCTION OF U.S. PERSONNEL INTO NICARAGUA FOR THE PURPOSE OF COMBAT OR TO PROVIDE1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v432TO OFFER A SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT TO S J RES 283, NICARAGUAN RESISTANCE ASSISTANCE. THIS SUBSTITUTE WOULD APPROVE USE OF $100 MILLION IN DEFENSE DEPARTMENT FUNDS FOR AID TO THE NICARAGUAN CONTRAS, $25 MILLION OF WHICH WOULD BE EARMARKED FOR NON-M1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v433TO ADOPT S 8, THE VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA CHARTER. THE MEASURE WOULD GIVE A FEDERAL CHARTER TO THE VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA INC.S81Yea vote
5/23/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-318.
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s99v437TO AMEND S 1017, METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS TRANSFER ACT TO NULLIFY A DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION RULE ALLOWING AIRLINES TO BUY AND SELL LANDING AND TAKEOFF SLOTS AT NATIONAL AIRPORT, LAGUARDIA, KENNEDY, AND O'HARE AIRPORTS AND TO SPECIF6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v456TO PASS S 426 HYDROELECTRIC CONSUMERS PROTECTION ACT WHICH WOULD AMEND THE FEDERAL POWER ACT AND OFFER HOLDERS OF EXPIRED HYDROELECTRIC POWER LICENSES A RE-LICENSING ADVANTAGE OVER OTHERS APPLYING FOR LICENSES WHEN ALL OTHER CONSIDERATIONS ARES4261Yea vote
10/16/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-495.
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s99v457TO AMEND S CON RES 120 BUDGET RESOLUTION, FISCAL 1987 TO (CONTINUED) LOWER THE 1987 BUDGET AUTHORITY BY $4.46 BILLION AND CUT EXPENDITURES AND INCOME BY $4.06 BILLION THROUGH TERMINATION OR SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION OF 43 DOMESTIC PROGRAMS, AS OUTL1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v471TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION BY THE PRESIDENT OF JAMES C. FLETCHER OF VIRGINIA AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v472TO PASS S J RES 316 SAUDI ARMS SALE, THE JOINT RESOLUTION (CONTINUED) PROHIBITING THE ADMINISTRATION'S PROPOSED SALE OF MISSILES TO SAUDI ARABIA FOR $354 MILLION.6Nay vote
Req 990096
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s99v473TO TABLE THE AMENDMENT BY DECONCINI, AZ) TO S 2295 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REORGANIZATION ACT. THE AMENDMENT WOULD PROHIBIT THE SALE, DONATION, OR OTHER TRANSFER OF STINGER ANTIAIRCRAFT MISSILES TO DEMOCRATIC RESISTANCE FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN AND 1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v474TO ADOPT HR 3622 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REORGANIZATION ACT, WHICH WOULD REORGANIZE AND STRENGTHEN CERTAIN ELEMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, TO IMPROVE THE MILITARY ADVICE PROVIDED THE PRESIDENT, THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL, AND THE SECRETHR36221Yea vote
10/1/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-433.
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s99v475TO TABLE THE METZENBAUM, OH) AMENDMENT TO S 1848 PHARMACEUTICAL EXPORT AMENDMENTS. THE AMENDMENT WOULD MAKE STANDARDS UNDER THE 1980 INFANT FORMULA ACT MORE STRINGENT.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v480TO ADOPT S 1848 PHARMACEUTICAL EXPORT AMENDMENTS, THE BILL PERMITTING SHIPMENT OF DRUGS NOT YET APPROVED IN THE UNITED STATES TO CERTAIN OTHER COUNTRIES.S18481Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v482TO AMEND S 2395, UNIFORMED SERVICES RETIREMENT COST REDUCTION ACT, TO PROHIBIT THE BUYING OF T-46 TRAINER PLANES WITH ANY MONEY SET ASIDE FOR FISCAL 1986.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v484TO ADOPT HR 4420 MILITARY RETIREMENT REFORM, THE MEASURE CREATING A REVISED RETIREMENT SYSTEM FOR NEW MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES, CHANGING THE METHOD FOR CALCULATING COST- OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENTS, AND INSERTING THE TEXT OF S 2395, THE SENAHR44201Yea vote
7/1/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-348.
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s99v487TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 124 SAFE DRINKING WATER, THE BILL AUTHORIZING FUNDS TO IMPLEMENT THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT OF 197 BY PROVIDING $170.15 MILLION IN FISCAL 1987, $145.15 MILLION IN FISCAL 1988, AND $169.54 MILLION ANNUALLYS1241Yea vote
6/19/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-339.
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s99v491TO ADOPT S 1965, THE MEASURE REAUTHORIZING FINANCIAL AID THROUGH 1991 TO COLLEGES AND STUDENTS UNDER THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT.S19651Yea vote
10/17/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-498.
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s99v492TO ADOPT S J RES 316 SAUDI ARMS SALE, OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO. THIS BILL WOULD PROHIBIT SALE OF WEAPONS TO SAUDI ARABIA. (TWO-THIRD OF SENATORS PRESENT AND VOTING DID NOT VOTE IN THE AFFIRMATIVE).6Nay vote
Vetoed, Req 990096, nay supports pres (CQ, verified), but voteview=1
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s99v493TO RULE ON THE GERMANENESS OF THE SENATE APPROPRIATIONS AMENDMENT TO HR 4515, URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL FOR FISCAL 1986. THIS AMENDMENT WOULD PERMIT PREPAYMENT WITHOUT PENALTY OF RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION LOANS AND LET 6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v494TO TABLE THE HUMPHREY, NH) AMENDMENT TO HR 4515 URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL 1986 WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT FEDERAL DIVESTITURE OF THE FACILITIES AND FUNCTIONS OF ANY FEDERAL POWER MARKETING ADMINISTRATION EXCEPT WHEN SPECIFICALLY AUTHO6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v506MOTION TO TABLE THE D'AMATO, NY) AMENDMENT TO THE DODD CT) AMENDMENT TO HR 3838, TAX REFORM ACT. THE AMENDMENT WOULD CREATE A 15% TAX CREDIT ON INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS, OFFSET BY AN INCREASE IN CORPORATE AND INDIVIDUAL TAX RATES TO 22.6 1Yea vote
Req 990054
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s99v507MOTION TO TABLE THE BAUCUS, MT) AMENDMENT TO HR 3838, TAX REFORM ACT, WHICH WOULD CREATE A 15% TAX CREDIT ON INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS, OFFSET BY A DECREASE OF $310 IN THE PERSONAL EXEMPTION FOR TAXPAYERS WHO ITEMIZE.1Yea vote
Req 990054
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s99v508MOTION TO TABLE THE DIXON, IL) AMENDMENT TO HR 3838, TAX REFORM ACT, WHICH WOULD CREATE A 15% TAX CREDIT ON INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS, OFFSET BY A FLOOR OF 1% ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME ON ITEMIZED DEDUCTIONS.1Yea vote
Req 990054
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s99v529TO ADOPT HR 3838, TAX REFORM ACT, WHICH WOULD REFORM THE INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, BY LOWERING INDIVIDUAL AND CORPORATE TAX RATES, ENDING OR CURTAILING MANY CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, AND EXCLUSIONS, REPEALING THE INVESTMENT TAX CRE1Yea vote
Req 990054
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s99v530TO ADOPT HR 1483 WHICH WOULD AUTHORIZE $11.1 MILLION TO THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION TO PLAN AND CONSTRUCT FACILITIES FOR THE SMITHSONIAN ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY AND THE SMITHSONIAN TROPICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, AFTER AGREEING TO A COMMITTEE AMHR14831Yea vote
9/30/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-423.
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s99v533TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF DANIEL A. MANION, OF INDIANA, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT. A MOTION TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH THE NOMINATION WAS CONFIRMED IS PENDING.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v535TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT OF THE HOUSE TO SENATE AMENDMENT 93 WITH REFERENCE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 4515, URGENT SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL. THE AMENDMENT EARMARKS $50 MILLION IN ECONOMIC AID FOR THE INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR NORTHEHR45151Yea vote
7/2/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-349.
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s99v536TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF TERRENCE M. SCANLON, OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, TO BE CHAIRMAN OF THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v540TO ADOPT S 2129, RISK RETENTION AMENDMENTS OF 1986, WHICH WOULD FACILITATE THE ABILITY OF ORGANIZATIONS TO ESTABLISH RISK RETENTION GROUPS AND ALSO FACILITATE THE ABILITY OF SUCH ORGANIZATIONS TO PURCHASE LIABILITY INSURANCE ON A GROUP BASIS.S21291Yea vote
10/27/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-563.
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s99v541TO RATIFY THE SUPPLEMENTARY EXTRADITION TREATY WITH THE UNITED KINGDOM. (TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PRESENT AND VOTING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE.)1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 990099, 990116
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s99v543TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH THE CONFIRMATION OF DANIEL A. MANION, OF INDIANA, TO BE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT, WAS EARLIER AGREED TO (ON JUNE 26, 1986, VOTE NO. 152). (MOTION FAILED, TIE BROKEN BY VICE PRESIDENT)1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v544TO RATIFY THE TAX AGREEMENT WITH THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF (CONTINUED) CHINA FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBLE TAXATION AND THE PREVENTION OF TAX EVASION WITH RESPECT TO TAXES ON INCOME EARNED BY U.S. CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS CONDUCTING BUSINESS IN CHIN1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 990132, 980211
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s99v546TO AGREE THAT TELEVISION COVERAGE OF SENATE PROCEEDINGS SHALL CONTINUE AND THAT THE RULE CHANGES CONTAINED IN S RES 28, APPROVED FEBRUARY 27, 1986 AND PROVIDING FOR AN EXPERIMENTAL PERIOD OF BROADCASTING SENATE DELIBERATIONS, SHOULD CONTINUE PE1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v555TO TABLE THE HELMS, NC)-DENTON, AL) AMENDMENT TO THE FINANCE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO HJ RES 668, THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT INCREASE BILL. THE HELMS-DENTON AMENDMENT WOULD VOID DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA LAW 6-170 (THE PROHIBITION OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE 1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v556TO TABLE THE BUMPERS, AR) AMENDMENT TO THE FINANCE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO HJ RES 668, THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT INCREASE BILL. THE BUMPERS AMENDMENT WOULD PROVIDE FOR ADEQUATE FINANCING OF THE COSTS INCURRED BY THE FISCAL SERVICE OF THE DEPARTMENT 6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v557TO TABLE THE JOHNSTON, LA) AMENDMENT S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, WHICH WOULD REDUCE FUNDING FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE PROGRAM TO $3.24 BILLION.1Yea vote
Req 990095
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s99v558TO ADOPT THE EXON-JOHNSTON, LA) AMENDMENT TO S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, WHICH WOULD REDUCE FUNDING FOR THE STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE PROGRAM TO $3.56 BILLION.6Nay vote
Req 990095
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s99v560TO TABLE THE BINGAMAN, NM)-BOREN, OK) AMENDMENT TO S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, WHICH WOULD REVISE THE METHOD OF PRICING TOBACCO PRODUCTS FOR SALE IN COMMISSARIES, EXCHANGES, AND SHIPS' STORES SO THAT PRICES REFLECTED6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v561TO ADOPT A CLOTURE MOTION TO BRING TO A CLOSE DEBATE ON S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987. (MOTION FAILED AS THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN DID NOT VOTE IN THE AFFIRMATIVE)6Nay vote
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s99v562TO AMEND S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987 BY DELETING $141.6 MILLION FOR HOMEPORTING FACILITIES AT STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK, AND AT EVERETT, WASHINGTON, AND FOR NAVY MUNITIONS PROCUREMENT.1Yea vote
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s99v563TO AMEND S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, BY PROHIBITING THE USE OF FUNDS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BINARY CHEMICAL MUNITIONS UNTIL CERTAIN CONDITIONS ARE MET.6Nay vote
Req 990038
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s99v565TO AMEND S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, BY RESTRICTING PROCUREMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE BIGEYE BINARY CHEMICAL BOMB PROGRAM.6Nay vote
Req 990038
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s99v568TO TABLE THE DANFORTH, MO) AMENDMENT TO S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987. THIS AMENDMENT WOULD REQUIRE THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROVIDE $556.3 MILLION TO THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION TO REIMBURSE6Nay vote
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s99v569TO AMEND S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, BY REQUIRING THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TO PROVIDE $556.3 MILLION TO THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION TO REIMBURSE THE AGENCY FOR LAUNCH SERVICES AND RELATED EXPEN1Yea vote
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s99v571TO ADOPT THE LUGAR AMENDMENT, IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE KENNEDY, MA) AMENDMENT TO S2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, TO EXPRESS THE SENSE TO CONGRESS THAT (1) THE PRESIDENT SHOULD BE COMMENDED FOR BRINGING ABOUT 1Yea vote
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s99v573TO TABLE THE KERRY, MA) AMENDMENT TO S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT THE TESTING OF AN ANTISATELLITE WEAPON AGAINST AN OBJECT IN SPACE UNTIL THE SOVIET UNION HAD CONDUCTED SUCH A TEST.1Yea vote
Req 990130
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s99v575TO ADOPT DIVISION II OF THE KENNEDY, MA) AMENDMENT TO S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT CONTRACTORS FROM DIVIDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF AVOIDING APPLICATION OF THE DAVIS-BACON ACT.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v588TO ADOPT S 2638, THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987. THE BILL WOULD AUTHORIZE $219.8 BILLION IN FUNDS FOR MILITARY FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, PRESCRIBE MILITARY PERSONNEL LEVELS FOR SUCH DEPARTMENT FOR FISCAL (CONTINUEDS26381Yea vote
11/14/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-661.
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s99v590TO ADOPT THE BOREN AMENDMENT TO S 655, THE CENTRAL INTERSTATE LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE COMPACT, WHICH WOULD AMEND THE FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT OF 1971 TO REDUCE CONTRIBUTION LIMITS OF POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES (PAC) TO CONGRESSIONAL E1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v592TO TABLE THE SASSER, TN)-DODD, CT) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL. THE AMENDMENT WOULD STRIKE TITLE II OF THE BILL, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE $100 MILLION IN MILITARY AND NON-MILITARY ASSISTANCE FOR NICARAGUAN ''C1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v593TO TABLE THE KENNDEY, MA) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT THE INTRODUCTION OF U.S. PERSONNEL INTO NICARAGUA FOR THE PURPOSE OF GROUND COMBAT.1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v594TO TABLE THE BYRD, WV) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD RESTRICT THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF ASSISTANCE WHICH MAY BE PROVIDED TO THE NICARAGUAN ''CONTRAS'' BY THE CIA, PENTAGON, AND OTHER AGENCIES TO 1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v595TO TABLE THE DODD, CT) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT FUNDS FROM BEING USED TO SUPPORT MILITARY ACTIONS WHICH ARE LIKELY TO RESULT IN THE LOSS OF CIVILIAN LIVES IN NICARAGUA.1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v596TO ADOPT THE HARKIN AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT THE USE OF UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING TRAINING AND OTHER SUPPORT FOR FORCES OPPOSED TO THE GOVERNMENT OF 6Nay vote
Req 990102
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s99v597TO ADOPT THE PELL AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE COMPENSATION FOR NONCOMBANTANT VICTIMS OF ANTI-SANDINISTA FORCES BY ESTABLISHING A $10 MILLION FUND AND A BIPARTISAN COMMISSION TO INVEST6Nay vote
Req 990102
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s99v598TO TABLE THE MELCHER, MT) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS, WHICH WOULD REMOVE AUTHORITY FOR THE ADMINISTRATION TO TRANSFER AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATIONS FUNDS AND AFRICAN FAMINE RELIEF FUNDS TO PROVIDE AN ADDITIONAL1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v599TO ADOPT A CLOTURE MOTION ON TITLES II AND III OF HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE $100 MILLION IN AID FOR THE NICARAGUAN ''CONTRAS'' AND $300 MILLION IN ECONOMIC AID TO CENTRAL AMERICAN COUNTRIES. THR1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v601TO ADOPT A CLOTURE MOTION ON TITLES II AND III OF H.R. 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE $100 MILLION IN AID FOR THE NICARAGUAN ''CONTRAS'' AND $300 MILLION IN ECONOMIC AID FOR CENTRAL AMERICAN COUNTRIES. 1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v602TO TABLE THE LEAHY, VT) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT THE USE OF FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR ASSISTANCE FOR THE NICARAGUAN DEMOCRATIC RESISTANCE, BY THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY OR ANY OTHE1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v603TO TABLE THE BIDEN, DE) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT USE OF FUNDS IN THE BILL FOR AID TO THE NICARAGUAN ''CONTRAS'' SHOULD BE PROHIBITED UNTIL THE ADMINI1Yea vote
Req 990102, yea supports pres (CQ, verified)
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s99v604TO TABLE THE BYRD, WV) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD ALLOCATE $450,000 IN SUPPORT OF THE NICARAGUAN NEWSPAPER LA PRENSA.1Yea vote
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s99v605TO ADOPT THE KERRY AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD TERMINATE AID FOR THE NICARAGUAN ''CONTRAS'' IF THE COUNTRIES OF CENTRAL AMERICA SIGN A CONTADORA AGREEMENT THE PRINCIPAL PROVISIONS OF WHICH WE6Nay vote
Req 990102, nay supports pres (CQ, verified)
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s99v606TO TABLE THE SIMON, IL) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD REQUIRE THE PRESIDENT TO PREPARE AND TRANSMIT EVERY 30 DAYS TO THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES A REPORT ACCOUNTING IN FULL FOR1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v607TO TABLE THE SIMON, IL) AMENDMENT HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE A UNITED STATES CONTRIBUTION OF $50 MILLION TO THE SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRIES AFFECTED BY DROUGHT AND DESERTIFI1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v608TO TABLE THE HARKIN, IA) AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE FOR THE TRANSFER OF ONE-HALF OF THE $100 MILLION IN AID INTENDED FOR THE NICARAGUAN ''CONTRAS'' TO PROVIDE RELIEF TO FARMERS AND R1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v609TO TABLE THE BYRD, WV)AMENDMENT TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE THAT, IN ORDER TO PROMOTE PEACEFUL RESOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEMS OF CENTRAL AMERICA PRIMARILY THROUGH DIPLOMATIC MEANS, FU1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v610TO ADOPT TITLES II AND III TO HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE $100 MILLION IN AID FOR THE NICARAGUAN ''CONTRAS'' AND $300 MILLION IN ECONOMIC AID TO THE COUNTRIES OF CENTRAL AMERICA.1Yea vote
Req 990102, yea supports pres (CQ, verified)
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s99v611TO ADOPT HR 5052, THE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS BILL WHICH APPROPRIATES $8.2 MILLION FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987 AND PROVIDES $100 MILLION IN AID TO THE NICARAGUAN1Yea vote
Req 990102
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s99v613TO ADOPT THE PRESSLER AMENDMENT TO S 2701, THE COMPREHENSIVE ANTI-APARTHEID ACT OF 1986, WHICH WOULD STRIKE SECTION 309 OF THE BILL WHICH AUTHORIZES THE SALE OF GOLD FROM UNITED STATES GOLD STOCKS.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v636TO ADOPT HR 5395, THE PUBLIC DEBT LIMIT INCREASE BILL, WHICH WOULD RAISE THE FEDERAL DEBT CEILING FROM $2.079 TRILLION TO $2.111 TRILLION.HR53951Yea vote
8/21/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-384.
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s99v643TO ADOPT HR 5234, THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS BILL APPROPRIATING $8,041,481,000 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987.HR52346Nay vote
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s99v644TO ADOPT AN APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE AMENDMENT TO HR 5175, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS BILL. THE AMENDMENT WOULD REPLACE LANGUAGE IN THE BILL THAT PROHIBITED ANY FEDERAL OR DISTRICT FUNDS FROM BEING USED FOR ABORTIONS, EXCEPT IN CASES E1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v645TO ADOPT HR 5205, THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS BILL APPROPRIATING $10,197,746,569 FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELATED AGENCIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987.HR52051Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v646TO ADOPT A CLOTURE MOTION ON FURTHER DEBATE OF THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM H. REHNQUIST, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES. (THREE-FIFTHS OF THOSE SENATORS DULY CHOSEN AND SWORN VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE.)1Yea vote
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s99v647TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF WILLIAM H. REHNQUIST, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v648TO CONFIRM THE NOMINATION OF ANTONIN SCALIA, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT.1Yea vote
Nominee
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s99v675TO SUSTAIN A DECISION OF THE CHAIR WHICH HAD HELD THAT SENATOR HOLLINGS HAD DELIVERED TWO SPEECHES ON THE SAME QUESTION IN THE SAME LEGISLATIVE DAY, AND THAT A THIRD SPEECH WAS NOT IN ORDER.1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v677TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 3838, THE TAX REFORM ACT OF 1986, TO REFORM THE INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES BY REDUCING INDIVIDUAL AND CORPORATE TAX RATES, ELIMINATING OR CURTAILING MANY CREDITS, EXCLUSIONS, AND DEDUCTION1Yea vote
Req 990054
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s99v678TO AGREE TO THE DECONCINI AMENDMENT TO THE DOLE, KS)- BYRD, WV) SUBSTITUTE TO HR 5484, THE ANTI-DRUG ABUSE ACT, WHICH WOULD REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TO INVENTORY ALL THEIR EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL TO DETERMINE HOW THEY COULD SUPPORT CIV1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v690TO TABLE THE BYRD, WV) AMENDMENT HJ RES 738, THE CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD ALLOCATE $200,000,000 OF ECONOMIC SUPPORT FUND ASSISTANCE FOR THE PHILIPPINES OUT OF FUNDS TRANSFERRED FOR CENTRAL AMERICAN DEMOCRACIES.6Nay vote
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s99v692TO ADOPT, OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO, HR 4868, THE ANTI-APARTHEID ACT, WHICH WOULD PROHIBIT LOANS AND INVESTMENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA, BAN THE IMPORT OF SOUTH AFRICAN IRON, STEEL, URANIUM, COAL, TEXTILES, SUGAR, AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, AND 6Nay vote
Vetoed
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s99v708TO TABLE THE BUMPERS, AR) AMENDMENT TO HJ RES 738, THE CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS BILL, WHICH WOULD ELIMINATE FUNDING FOR THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR DEMOCRACY, AS AUTHORIZED BY THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR DEMOCRACY ACT.6Nay vote
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s99v710TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 2005, SUPERFUND IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1986, WHICH WOULD AUTHORIZE $8.5 BILLION FOR THE HAZARDOUS-WASTE CLEANUP PROGRAM FOR FISCAL 1987-1991 AND ALSO ESTABLISH A NEW PROGRAM TO CLEAN UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS ATHR20051Yea vote
10/17/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-499.
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s99v712TO ADOPT HR 4613, THE FUTURES TRADING ACT OF 1986, WHICH WOULD AUTHORIZE FUNDS TO CARRY OUT THE COMMODITY EXCHANGE ACT BY PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR THE COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1992. THE BILL WOULD ALSO MODIFY CERTAIHR46131Yea vote
11/10/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-641.
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s99v718TO ADOPT ARTICLE III, IN THE MATTER OF THE IMPEACHMENT OF JUDGE HARRY E. CLAIBORNE, OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEVADA. THIS ARTICLE STATES THAT JUDGE HARRY E. CLAIBORNE WAS CONVICTED OF TWO FELONY OFFENSES AND SHOUL1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v720TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. NO. 98-9, UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON CONTRACTS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS. (TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION WAS ACCEPTED.)1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 980129
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s99v721TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. NO. 98-27, INTER-AMERICAN CONVENTION ON LETTERS ROGATORY, WITH PROTOCOL. (TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION WAS ACCEPTED.)1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 980206
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s99v722TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. NO. 98-28, THE CONVENTION OF WETLANDS OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE. (TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION WAS ACCEPTED.)1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 990134
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s99v723TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. NO. 98-29, REQUEST FOR ADVICE AND CONSENT TO WITHDRAWAL OF A RESERVATION MADE TO THE 1975 PATENT COOPERATION TREATY. (TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION WAS AC1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 980210
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s99v724TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. NO. 97-12, INTER-AMERICAN CONVENTION ON COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION, WITH THREE RESERVATIONS. (TWO- THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION WAS ACCEPTED.)1Yea vote
Treaty
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s99v725TO ADOPT TREATY DOC. NO. 99-11, HAGUE CONVENTION ON THE CIVIL ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION, WITH TWO RESERVATIONS. (TWO-THIRDS OF THE SENATORS PRESENT HAVING VOTED IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, THE RESOLUTION OF RATIFICATION WAS ACCEPTED.)1Yea vote
Treaty, Req 990049
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s99v726TO ADOPT A MOTION TO PROCEED TO CONSIDER THE NOMINATION OF JAMES L. MALONE, OF VIRGINIA, TO BE AMBASSADOR TO BELIZE.6Nay vote
voteview/CQ=NAY supports pres position
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s99v728TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 1128, THE CLEAN WATER ACT, WHICH WOULD AUTHORIZE $19.96 BILLION IN FUNDS THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 1994 TO CONTROL WATER POLLUTION AND AID LOCAL GOVERNMENTS BY SUPPORTING THE CONSTRUCTION OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTSS11286Nay vote
11/6/1986 Pocket Vetoed by President.
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s99v730TO ADOPT SJ RES 429, THE REPORT ON POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF THE UNITED STATES IN THE PROVISION OF MILITARY SUPPORT TO THE NICARAGUAN DEMOCRATIC RESISTANCE, WHICH WOULD REQUIRE A REPORT BY THE PRESIDENT ON POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT BY U.S. GOVERNMENT 1Yea vote
voteview/CQ=YEA supports pres position
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s99v738TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON S 1200, THE IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT, WHICH WOULD AMEND THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT, TO EFFECTIVELY CONTROL UNAUTHORIZED IMMIGRATION INTO THE UNITED STATES BY GRANTING AMNESTY TO ILLEGAL ALIENS12001Yea vote
11/6/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-603.
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s99v739TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 5300, THE OMNIBUS BUDGET RECONCILIATION ACT, WHICH WOULD REDUCE THE PROJECTED DEFICIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987 BY $11.7 BILLION.HR53001Yea vote
10/21/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-509.
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s99v740TO ADOPT THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON HR 6, THE WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE FOR THE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF WATER AND RELATED RESOURCES AND THE IMPROVEMENT AND REHABILIATION OF THE NATION'S WATER RESOURCES INFRASTRUHR61Yea vote
11/17/1986 Became Public Law No: 99-662.
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