Vote History

March 2011 Vote History

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Budget, Taxes and the Economy

(151) - H J Res 44: Short-Term Fiscal 2011 Continuing Appropriations - Previous Question
March 01, 2011 - Woodall, R-Ga., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on adoption of the rule (H Res 115) that would provide for House floor consideration of the joint resolution that would provide continuing appropriations for the federal government through March 18, 2011.  Motion agreed to 241-179.

 

Vote: Yea


(152) - H J Res 44: Short-Term Fiscal 2011 Continuing Appropriations - Rule
March 01, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 115) that would provide for House floor consideration of the joint resolution that would provide continuing appropriations for the federal government through March 18, 2011. Most spending levels would be based on fiscal 2010 levels, less certain eliminations and reductions totaling $4 billion.  Adopted 251-170.

 

Vote: Yea


(153) - H J Res 44: Short-Term Fiscal 2011 Continuing Appropriations - Recommit
March 01, 2011 - Keating, D-Mass., motion to recommit the joint resolution to the Appropriations Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would prohibit any major integrated oil company from being eligible for any tax benefit or relief under related provisions of the tax code.  Motion rejected 176-249.

                                                                                                                                        

Vote: Nay


(154) - H J Res 44: Short-Term Fiscal 2011 Continuing Appropriations - Passage
March 01, 2011 - Passage of the joint resolution that would provide continuing appropriations through March 18, 2011 for all government agencies and programs. Most spending levels would be based on fiscal 2010 levels, less certain eliminations and reductions totaling $4 billion. It would eliminate funding for earmarks that were included under the continuing appropriations law expiring March 4.  Passed 335-91.

 

Vote: Yea


(156) - HR 4: 1099 Reporting Requirement Repeal - Previous Question
March 02, 2011 - Scott, R-S.C., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on adoption of the rule (H Res 129) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would repeal an information reporting requirement, enacted as part of the 2010 health care overhaul, under which businesses must submit a 1099 form to the IRS for each vendor to whom they pay more than $600 each year in certain circumstances.  Motion agreed to 243-185.

 

Vote: Yea


(157) - HR 4: 1099 Reporting Requirement Repeal - Rule
March 02, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 129) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would repeal an information reporting requirement, enacted as part of the 2010 health care overhaul, under which businesses must submit a 1099 form to the IRS for each vendor to whom they pay more than $600 each year in certain circumstances. The rule also would provide for the automatic adoption of a Camp, R-Mich., substitute amendment that includes the provisions of a separate bill (HR 705) that would eliminate the reporting requirement for businesses as well as owners of rental real estate and would offset the costs by changing the schedule of a recapture tax imposed on low-income families who receive advanced payments of a health insurance tax credit in excess of the amount for which they are eligible.  Adopted 252-175.

 

Vote: Yeas


(161) - HR 4: 1099 Reporting Requirement Repeal - Motion to Table
March 03, 2011 - Camp, R-Mich., motion to table, or kill, the Levin, D-Mich., motion to appeal the ruling of the chair that the McNerney, D-Calif., motion to recommit would violate the House "cut as you go" rule because it would have the net effect of increasing mandatory spending. The motion would recommit the bill to the Ways and Means Committee with instructions that it be reported back with an amendment that would provide a non-refundable tax credit to those who would be required to pay higher taxes as a result of the measure, offset by eliminating certain tax incentives for major integrated oil companies.  Motion agreed to 243-181.

 

Vote: Yea


 (162) - HR 4: 1099 Reporting Requirement Repeal - Passage
March 03, 2011 - Passage of the bill that would repeal an information-reporting requirement, enacted as part of the 2010 health care overhaul, under which businesses must submit a 1099 form to the IRS for each vendor to whom they pay more than $600 each year in certain circumstances. It also would repeal a similar requirement for owners of rental real estate. It would offset the repeal costs by changing the schedule of a recapture tax imposed on low-income families who receive advanced payments of a health insurance tax credit in excess of the amount for which they are eligible.  Passed 314-112.

 

Vote: Yea


(177) - H J Res 48: Short-Term Fiscal 2011 Continuing Appropriations - Rule
March 15, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 167) that would provide for House floor consideration of the joint resolution that would provide continuing appropriations for the federal government through April 8, 2011. Most spending levels would be based on fiscal 2010 levels, less certain eliminations and reductions totaling $6 billion.  Adopted 241-181.

 

Vote: Yea


(178) - H J Res 48: Short-Term Fiscal 2011 Continuing Appropriations - Recommit
March 15, 2011 - Critz, D-Pa., motion to recommit the joint resolution to the Appropriations Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would bar the use of funds made available in the measure to develop or implement a system that would cut Social Security or Medicare benefits, privatize Social Security, eliminate guaranteed health coverage for seniors or establish a Medicare voucher plan that limits payments to beneficiaries.  Motion rejected 190-239.

 

Vote: Nay


(179) - H J Res 48: Short-Term Fiscal 2011 Continuing Appropriations - Passage
March 15, 2011 - Passage of the joint resolution that would provide continuing appropriations for the federal government through April 8, 2011. Most spending levels would be based on fiscal 2010 levels, with the exception of adjustments contained in previous continuing resolutions and the measure. It would make $6 billion in program reductions and eliminations, including reductions to several accounts funded in fiscal 2010 to reflect the elimination of earmarks and the rescission of money left unspent by the 2010 Census.  Passed 271-158.

 

Vote: Yea


(189) - HR 1076: NPR Federal Funding Ban - Previous Question
March 17, 2011 - Nugent, R-Fla., motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on adoption of the rule (H Res 174) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would prohibit the use of federal funds to support NPR or to acquire or create NPR content for public radio stations.  Motion agreed to 233-179.

 

Vote: Yea


(190) - HR 1076: NPR Federal Funding Ban - Rule
March 17, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 174) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would prohibit the use of federal funds to support NPR or to acquire or create NPR content for public radio stations.  Adopted 236-181.

 

Vote: Yea


(191) - HR 1076: NPR Federal Funding Ban - Recommit
March 17, 2011 - Sutton, D-Ohio, motion to recommit the bill to the Energy and Commerce Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would specify that nothing in the bill would limit the eligibility of non-commercial educational radio programs to receive federal funds to broadcast or disseminate alerts issued by the AMBER Alert communications network regarding abducted children.  Motion rejected 184-235.

 

Vote: Nay


(192) - HR 1076: NPR Federal Funding Ban - Passage
March 17, 2011 - Passage of the bill that would prohibit the use of federal funds to support NPR or to acquire or create NPR content for public radio stations. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting funding formula would be adjusted to reflect the NPR funding ban and to provide funds directly to local public radio stations.  Passed 228-192.

 

Vote: Yea


Congress and the Federal Government

(167) - : Procedural Motion - Journal
March 09, 2011 - Approval of the House Journal of Tuesday, March 8, 2011.  Approved 326-91.

 

Vote: Yea


(180) - H Con Res 30: Adjournment - Adoption
March 15, 2011 - Adoption of the concurrent resolution that would provide for the adjournment of the House until 2 p.m., Tuesday, March 29, 2011, and the conditional adjournment of the Senate until noon, Monday, March 28, 2011.  Adopted 232-197.

 

Vote: Yea


(201) - : Procedural Motion - Journal
March 30, 2011 - Approval of the House Journal of Tuesday, March 29, 2011.  Approved 309-107.

 

Vote: Yea


Domestic

(175) - HR 793: Spc. Jake Robert Velloza Post Office - Passage
March 14, 2011 - Ross, R-Fla., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would designate a post office in Inverness, Calif., as the "Spc. Jake Robert Velloza Post Office."  Motion agreed to 394-0.

 

Vote: Yea


(176) - H Con Res 27: Gerald R. Ford Statue - Adoption
March 14, 2011 - Lungren, R-Calif., motion to suspend the rules and adopt the concurrent resolution that would accept a statue of Gerald R. Ford, the 38th president of the United States, for placement in the U.S. Capitol. It also would authorize the state of Michigan to use the Capitol Rotunda for a presentation ceremony on May 3, 2011.  Motion agreed to 396-0.

 

Vote: Yea


Education

(199) - HR 471: D.C. School Voucher Program - Previous Question
March 30, 2011 - Bishop, R-Utah, motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on adoption of the rule (H Res 186) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would reauthorize and modify the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship program through fiscal 2016.  Motion agreed to 237-182.

 

Vote: Yea


(200) - HR 471: D.C. School Voucher Program - Rule
March 30, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 186) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would reauthorize and modify the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship program through fiscal 2016.  Adopted 235-178.

 

Vote: Yea


(202) - HR 471: D.C. School Voucher Program - Democratic Substitute
March 30, 2011 - Norton, D-D.C., substitute amendment that would terminate the school voucher program and authorize $60 million annually from fiscal 2012 through fiscal 2016 divided equally between D.C. public and charter schools. It would direct D.C. public charter schools to give priority to students who were selected for an opportunity scholarship under the D.C. school voucher program but whose scholarship was later rescinded.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 185-237.

 

Vote: Nay


(203) - HR 471: D.C. School Voucher Program - Recommit
March 30, 2011 - Cummings, D-Md., motion to recommit the bill to the Oversight and Government Reform Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would strike the text of the underlying bill and replace it with provisions that would authorize $30 million annually in fiscal 2012 through 2016 for conditional funding for public schools, public charter schools and special education services in the D.C. school system.  Motion rejected 185-238.

Vote: Nay

 


(204) - HR 471: D.C. School Voucher Program - Passage
March 30, 2011 - Passage of the bill that would reauthorize and modify the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship program, which provides low-income students with scholarships, or school vouchers, that allow them to attend the school of their choice within the District of Columbia. It would authorize $60 million annually from fiscal 2012 through fiscal 2016, of which $20 million would be provided for the scholarship program and $40 million would be provided for public school improvement and charter school expansion.  Passed 225-195.

 

Vote: Yea


Energy, Environment and Federal Land

(206) - HR 872: Pesticide Regulation Limitation - Passage
March 31, 2011 - Gibbs, R-Ohio, motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would amend federal pesticide law and the Clean Water Act to prohibit the EPA or states from requiring a permit for the use of registered pesticides in or near navigable waters.  Motion agreed to 292-130.

 

Vote: Yea


Health Care

(163) - HR 570: Dental Emergency Responders - Passage
March 08, 2011 - Burgess, R-Texas, motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would clarify that dentists could be considered voluntary disaster-response public health workers under the federal disaster-response framework. The bill would allow states to incorporate dentists and dental facilities into their disaster-response framework.  Motion agreed to 401-12.

 

Vote: Yea


(164) - HR 525: Veterinary Public Health Workers - Passage
March 08, 2011 - Burgess, R-Texas, motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would make veterinary public health professionals eligible for public health workforce grants and loan repayment programs.  Motion agreed to 280-138.

 

Vote: Yea


Housing

(165) - HR 830: FHA Refinance Program Termination - Previous Question
March 09, 2011 - Bishop, R-Utah, motion to order the previous question (thus ending debate and possibility of amendment) on adoption of the rule (H Res 150) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would terminate and rescind unobligated funding for the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Refinance Program.  Motion agreed to 235-186.

 

Vote: Yea


(166) - HR 830: FHA Refinance Program Termination - Rule
March 09, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 150) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would terminate and rescind unobligated funding for the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Refinance Program, which was established to provide refinancing assistance to homeowners who owe more on their mortgage than the value of their home.  Adopted 240-180.

 

Vote: Yea


(168) - HR 830: FHA Refinance Program Termination - Mortgagee Letter
March 10, 2011 - Lynch, D-Mass., amendment that would strike the section of the bill that would void the mortgagee letter which provided guidance for the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Refinance Program and prohibit the Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) from issuing any regulation, order, notice or mortgagee letter based on or substantially similar to such letter.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 184-243.

 

Vote: Nay


(169) - HR 830: FHA Refinance Program Termination - Public Notice of Termination
March 10, 2011 - Waters, D-Calif., amendment that would require the Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) to publish on the agency's website, no later than five days after enactment, a statement notifying the public that the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Refinance Program has been terminated and direct them to contact their members of Congress for assistance if they are having trouble paying their mortgages and need help contacting their lender or servicer to modify their loan.  Adopted in Committee of the Whole 278-147.

 

Vote: Nay


(170) - HR 830: FHA Refinance Program Termination - Recommit
March 10, 2011 - Deutch, D-Fla., motion to recommit the bill to the Financial Services Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would direct the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to determine the amount necessary to provide assistance to senior homeowners under the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Refinance Program and submit the determination to Congress. It also would authorize such funds to be appropriated specifically for mortgages for such homeowners.  Motion rejected 185-243.

 

Vote: Nay


(171) - HR 830: FHA Refinance Program Termination - Passage
March 10, 2011 - Passage of the bill that would terminate and rescind unobligated funding for the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Refinance Program, which was established to provide refinancing assistance to homeowners who owe more on their mortgage than the value of their home.  Passed 256-171.

 

Vote: Yea


(172) - HR 836: Emergency Mortgage Relief Program Termination - Public Notice of Termination
March 11, 2011 - Waters, D-Calif., amendment that would require the Department of Housing and Urban Development to publish on the agency's website, no later than five days after enactment, a statement notifying the public that the Emergency Mortgage Relief Program has been terminated and direct those who are unemployed and concerned about being unable to pay their mortgages to contact their members of Congress for assistance.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 185-237.

 

Vote: Nay


(173) - HR 836: Emergency Mortgage Relief Program Termination - Recommit
March 11, 2011 - Connolly, D-Va., motion to recommit the bill to the Financial Services Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would direct the Department of Housing and Urban Development, in consultation with the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs, to determine the amount necessary to provide assistance under the Emergency Mortgage Relief Program to homeowners who are active duty servicemembers, their spouses or parents; veterans; Gold Star eligible or injured. Congress would be authorized to appropriate the amount determined by the agency for such mortgage relief.  Motion rejected 182-238.

 

Vote: Nay


(174) - HR 836: Emergency Mortgage Relief Program Termination - Passage
March 11, 2011 - Passage of the bill that would rescind all unobligated funding for and terminate the Department of Housing and Urban Development Emergency Mortgage Relief Program, which provides emergency loans to unemployed homeowners facing foreclosure.  Passed 242-177.

 

Vote: Yea


(181) - HR 839, HR861: HAMP and NSP Terminations - Rule
March 16, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 170) that would provide for House floor consideration of a bill (HR 839) that would terminate the Treasury Department's authority to provide new assistance under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and a bill (HR 861) that would rescind funding for and terminate the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).  Adopted 241-180.

 

Vote: Yea


(182) - HR 861: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Termination - Motion to Rise
March 16, 2011 - Ellison, D-Minn., motion to rise from the Committee of the Whole and recommend that the bill's enacting clause be stricken.  Motion rejected 183-240.

 

Vote: Nay


(183) - HR 861: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Termination - Findings
March 16, 2011 - Ellison, D-Minn., amendment that would add a section to the bill that would include findings on the need for and efficacy of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 183-244.

 

Vote: Nay


(184) - HR 861: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Termination - Notice of Termination
March 16, 2011 - Waters, D-Calif., amendment that would require the Department of Housing and Urban Development, no later than 30 days after the bill's enactment, to inform Neighborhood Stabilization Program grantees that the program has been terminated. Such notice would include the name and contact information of a grantee's member of Congress and direct the grantee to contact the member for assistance in mitigating foreclosed properties.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 174-248.

 

Vote: Nay


(185) - HR 861: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Termination - Study on Effects of Termination
March 16, 2011 - Waters, D-Calif., amendment that would require the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to study the number of foreclosed and abandoned properties that will not be purchased or rehabilitated in each congressional district as a result of the rescission and termination of funding for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. A report with HUD's findings would be due to Congress within 60 days.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 178-249.

 

Vote: Nay


(186) - HR 861: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Termination - Listing of Vacant Homes
March 16, 2011 - Maloney, D-N.Y., amendment that would add a section to the bill that would list the number of homes in each state that have been vacant for 90 days or more and which would be eligible for rehabilitation under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. It would state that by voting to terminate the program, these units may not be able to be rehabilitated.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 179-246.

 

Vote: Nay


(187) - HR 861: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Termination - Recommit
March 16, 2011 - Braley, D-Iowa, motion to recommit the bill to the Financial Services Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would specify that rural areas be given priority in the disbursement of unobligated balances allocated to the states through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program.  Motion rejected 153-272.

 

Vote: Nay


(188) - HR 861: Neighborhood Stabilization Program Termination - Passage
March 16, 2011 - Passage of the bill that would rescind the third round of funding for and terminate the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Neighborhood Stabilization Program, which provides redevelopment assistance to cities with large numbers of vacant properties as a result of high foreclosure rates.  Passed 242-182.

 

Vote: Yea


(194) - HR 839: HAMP Termination - Findings
March 29, 2011 - Hanna, R-N.Y., amendment that would add a congressional findings section to the bill that would detail the perceived failings of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and the Congressional Budget Office's estimate of the savings that would be created by terminating the program.  Adopted in Committee of the Whole 247-170.

 

Vote: Yea


(195) - HR 839: HAMP Termination - Program Study and Replacement
March 29, 2011 - Jackson Lee, D-Texas, amendment that would direct the Treasury secretary to begin within 60 days of enactment a study to identify what aspects of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) were successful and effectively carried out. It also would require the secretary to issue within six months a report on the study and make legislative recommendations for a new mortgage modification program to Congress.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 182-239.

 

Vote: Nay


(196) - HR 839: HAMP Termination - Listing of Affected Mortgages
March 29, 2011 - Maloney, D-N.Y., amendment that would add a section to the bill that would list the number of affected mortgages under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) in each state, as well as the number of seriously delinquent mortgages across the country that would not be eligible for modifications due to the termination of the program.
Rejected in Committee of the Whole 173-249.

 

Vote: Nay


(197) - HR 839: HAMP Termination - Recommit
March 29, 2011 - Larsen, D-Wash., motion to recommit the bill to the Financial Services Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would direct the Treasury Department, in consultation with the Defense and Veterans' Affairs departments, to determine the amount necessary to provide assistance under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) to qualified homeowners who are active duty servicemembers, their spouses or parents, or Gold Star eligible. Congress would be authorized to appropriate the amount determined by the agency for such assistance.  Motion rejected 185-238.

 

Vote: Nay


(198) - HR 839: HAMP Termination - Passage
March 29, 2011 - Passage of the bill that would terminate the authority of the Treasury Department to provide new assistance under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), which provides financial incentives to mortgage services to support reductions in borrowers' monthly payments.  Passed 252-170.

 

Vote: Yea


Transportation and Homeland Security

(155) - HR 662: Surface Transportation Programs Extension - Rule
March 02, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 128) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would extend the authorization for highway, mass transit and road safety programs through Sept. 30, 2011.  Adopted 256-169.

 

Vote: Yea


(158) - HR 662: Surface Transportation Programs Extension - Technical Changes
March 02, 2011 - Mica, R-Fla., amendment that would make minor technical changes to the bill.  Adopted 422-0.

 

Vote: Yea


(159) - HR 662: Surface Transportation Programs Extension - Recommit
March 02, 2011 - Polis, D-Colo., motion to recommit the bill to the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee with instructions that it be reported back immediately with an amendment that would rescind all unobligated balances remaining available as of March 2 of contract authority provided or reserved for planning, design or construction of the Gravina Island bridge or the Knik Arm bridge in Alaska under law.  Motion rejected 181-246.

 

Vote: Nay


(160) - HR 662: Surface Transportation Programs Extension - Passage
March 02, 2011 - Passage of the bill that would extend the authorization for highway, mass transit and road safety programs through Sept. 30, 2011. It would authorize funding to be distributed in the same amounts as in fiscal 2010 and would allow money to be spent through the end of the year from the Highway Trust Fund.  Passed 421-4.

 

Vote: Yea


(205) - HR 658: FAA Reauthorization - Rule
March 31, 2011 - Adoption of the rule (H Res 189) that would provide for House floor consideration of the bill that would make changes to and reauthorize federal aviation programs through fiscal 2014.  Adopted 249-171.

 

Vote: Yea


(207) - HR 658: FAA Reauthorization - Manager's Amendment
March 31, 2011 - Mica, R-Fla., amendment that would adjust a number of provisions in the bill, including certain NextGen technology readiness verification and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) access to criminal records databases. It also includes new provisions regarding public-private partnerships to advance NextGen and an extension of the FAA's commercial space regulation authority. Additionally, the amendment provides subpoena protections for voluntary safety data submissions, liability protections for individuals implementing safety management systems and volunteer pilot organizations.  Adopted in Committee of the Whole 251-168.

 

Vote: Yea


(208) - HR 658: FAA Reauthorization - Airspace Redesign
March 31, 2011 - Garrett, R-N.J., amendment that would direct the FAA to conduct a study on additional alternatives to reduce delays at four airports in the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia area subject to an airspace redesign to determine the causes and potential solutions for flight delays. It would bar the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) from continuing the implementation of the preferred alternative for the airspace redesign for 60 days after the study is submitted.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 120-303.

 

Vote: Nay


(209) - HR 658: FAA Reauthorization - Aircraft Repair Station Personnel
March 31, 2011 - DeFazio, D-Ore., amendment that would require aircraft repair stations to complete a criminal history record check with respect to any individual who performs a safety-sensitive function at such repair station.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 161-263.

 

Vote: Nay


(210) - HR 658: FAA Reauthorization - Cockpit Smoke Safety
March 31, 2011 - Hirono, D-Hawaii, amendment that would require the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to convene an aviation rulemaking committee to make recommendations within one year of the bill's enactment aimed at ensuring that any certified aircraft is properly equipped with technology that maintains pilot visibility when dense, continuous smoke is present in the cockpit.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 174-241.

 

Vote: Nay


(211) - HR 658: FAA Reauthorization - Airline Baggage Fees
March 31, 2011 - Capuano, D-Mass., amendment that would require greater disclosure of a passenger's baggage fees when a fare is quoted to an airline passenger and require an air carrier that collects a baggage fee to refund the fee if the baggage is lost, damaged or delayed.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 187-235.

 

Vote: Nay


(212) - HR 658: FAA Reauthorization - Employee Collective Bargaining
March 31, 2011 - Gingrey, R-Ga., that would prohibit Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) employees from using official time to negotiate in collective bargaining or any proceedings before the Federal Labor Relations Authority.  Rejected in Committee of the Whole 195-227.

 

Vote: Yea

War on Terror and Armed Forces

(193) - H Con Res 28: Afghanistan Withdrawal - Adoption
March 17, 2011 - Adoption of the concurrent resolution that would direct the president to remove U.S. forces from Afghanistan within 30 days of adoption of the resolution, or by Dec. 31, 2011, if the president determined that a withdrawal could not be accomplished safely within 30 days.
Rejected 93-321.

 

Vote: Nay
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