Jul 22, 2020

The House approved the bill 305-113, sending it to the Republican-controlled Senate, where prospects are uncertain. Seventy-two Republicans, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California and Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana, joined with 232 Democrats to support the bill. Washington, D.C.- Congressman Tom Rice (R-S.C.) released the below statement following votes on the HEROES Act: “Today I voted “no” to the HEROES Act. You see, as is often the case in Washington, the title “Heroes Act” is but a euphemism to distract you from the substance of the 1,800 page liberal grab bag. May 15, 2020 · Historic rule change OKs House proxy votes and virtual committees Rules outlined for dress code, decorum in virtual environment. Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., wearing his New England Patriots mask Mar 11, 2020 · Background: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has been a Congressional leader in opposing unauthorized Presidential wars. She introduced and voted to pass H.Con.Res.83, and spoke on the House floor in favor of the House war powers resolution and against war with Iran. Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.), who introduced the original NO BAN Act last year, celebrated with a tweet: “And with 233 votes, history has been made as the House of Representatives votes to repeal Donald Trump’s hateful Muslim Ban! WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11) voted for the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, legislation with bold reforms to hold police accountable and restore trust between law enforcement and the communities they are sworn to protect and serve. Rep. Fudge is an original cosponsor of the bill. U.S. House of Representatives Content provided by the Majority Leader and Committee on Rules . For inquiries, please contact the Majority Leader’s Office at 202-225-4000.

Jun 22, 2020

Jul 22, 2020 · All Democrats and 72 Republicans voted for it, along with one independent, Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., who introduced the bill, said Wednesday at a In 1824, Andrew Jackson of Tennessee won a plurality of the national popular vote and 99 votes in the Electoral College—32 short of a majority. John Quincy Adams was runner-up with 85, and Treasury Secretary William Crawford had 41. Speaker of the House Henry Clay had 37 and expected to use his influence in the House to win election. Pennsylvania House of Representatives Recent Roll Call Votes. Roll calls for Tuesday, July 14, 2020. HB 1459 PN 4149, CONCUR 201 YEAS. 0 NAYS. HB 2484 PN 4008

Votes and Legislation | Representative Mike Levin

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