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Roll Call Votes 108th Congress-1st session (2003)


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Vote (Tally)ResultQuestion: DescriptionIssueDate
459 (54-44)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: H.R. 1 Conference Report; An act to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide for a voluntary prescription drug benefit under the medicare program and to strengthen and improve the medicare program, and for other purposes.H.R. 1Nov 25
458 (61-39)Agreed toOn the Motion: Motion To Waive CBA RE: H. R. 1 - Conference Report; An act to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide for a voluntary prescription drug benefit under the medicare program and to strengthen and improve the medicare program, and for other purposes.H.R. 1Nov 24
457 (70-29)Agreed toOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture on the Conference Report to Accompany H.R. 1; An act to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide for a voluntary prescription drug benefit under the medicare program and to strengthen and improve the medicare program, and for other purposes.H.R. 1Nov 24
456 (57-40)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture - H.R. 6 Conference Report; A bill to enhance energy conservation and research and development, to provide for security and diversity in the energy supply for the American people, and for other purposes.H.R. 6Nov 21
455 (57-39)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Nomination Of Thomas C. Dorr, Of Iowa, To Be A Member Of The Board Of Directors, Commodity Credit Corporation.PN141Nov 18
454 (57-39)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Nomination Of Thomas C. Dorr, Of Iowa, To Be Under Secretary Of Agriculture.PN140Nov 18
453 (45-43)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On H.R. 2115, Conference Report.; A bill to amend title 49, United States Code, to reauthorize programs for the Federal Aviation Administration, and for other purposes.H.R. 2115Nov 17
452 (53-43)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture on the Nomination of Janice R. Brown, of California, to be U.S. Circuit JudgePN839Nov 14
451 (53-43)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture on the Nomination of Carolyn B. Kuhl, of California, to be U.S. Circuit JudgePN8Nov 14
450 (53-42)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture on the Nomination of Priscilla Richman Owen, of Texas, to be U.S. Circuit JudgePN11Nov 14
449 (44-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 2178: Motion to Waive CBA Mikulski Amdt. No. 2178 (Re: Emergency Designation); To provide for certain capitalization grants.H.R. 2861Nov 12
448 (98-0)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: Conference Report on H.R. 2559; A bill making appropriations for military construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2559Nov 12
447 (95-3)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: Conference Report on H.R. 1588; To authorize appropriations for fiscal year 2004 for military activities of the Department of Defense, for military construction, and for defense activities of the Department of Energy, to prescribe personnel strengths for such fiscal year for the Armed Forces, and for other purposes.H.R. 1588Nov 12
446 (87-1)Agreed toOn the Motion to Proceed: Motion to Proceed to the Consideration of the Conference Report to Accompany H.R. 1588; To authorize appropriations for fiscal year 2004 for military activities of the Department of Defense, for military construction, and for defense activities of the Department of Energy, to prescribe personnel strengths for such fiscal year for the Armed Forces, and for other purposes.H.R. 1588Nov 11
445 (89-4)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 1828 As Amended; A bill to halt Syrian support for terrorism, end its occupation of Lebanon, stop its development of weapons of mass destruction, cease its illegal importation of Iraqi oil and illegal shipments of weapons and other military items to Iraq, and by so doing hold Syria accountable for the serious international security problems it has caused in the Middle East, and for other purposes.H.R. 1828Nov 11
444 (93-1)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H. R. 2673 As Amended; A bill making appropriations for Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2673Nov 06
443 (36-58)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 2078: Motion To Table Daschle Amdt. No. 2078; Expressing the sense of the Senate regarding country of origin labeling requirements.H.R. 2673Nov 06
442 (38-56)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2119: Leahy Amdt. No. 2119; To restrict the use of funds for certain conservation programs.H.R. 2673Nov 06
441 (51-43)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On William H. Pryor of Alabama, To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN512Nov 06
440 (40-55)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 2089: Motion To Waive CBA Dayton AMDT. No. 2089 (RE: Emergency Designation); To provide emergency disaster assistance to agricultural producers.H.R. 2673Nov 05
439 (57-40)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2087: Cantwell AMDT. 2087; To prohibit energy market manipulation.H.R. 2673Nov 05
438 (97-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: Roger W. Titus, of Maryland, To Be U.S. District JudgePN746Nov 05
437 (95-2)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2622 As Amended; A bill to amend the Fair Credit Reporting Act, to prevent identity theft, improve resolution of consumer disputes, improve the accuracy of consumer records, make improvements in the use of, and consumer access to, credit information, and for other purposes.H.R. 2622Nov 05
436 (41-56)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2083: Feinstein AMDT. No. 2083; To improve the operation of energy markets.H.R. 2673Nov 05
435 (61-32)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 2065: Motion To Table Feingold Amdt. No. 2065; To provide for data-mining reports to Congress.S. 1753Nov 04
434 (70-24)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 2054: Motion To Table Feinstein Amdt. No. 2054; To create a national opt-out standard for affiliate sharing to prevent personal customer information from being shared by affiliated companies.S. 1753Nov 04
433 (87-2)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: H.R. 2691 Conference Report; A bill making appropriations for the Department of the Interior and related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2691Nov 03
432 (41-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2048: Bingaman Amdt. No. 2048; To make an additional $200,000,000 available for the Global AIDS Initiative and reduce the amount available for Millennium Challenge Assistance by $200,000,000.H.R. 2800Oct 30
431 (42-50)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 2047: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Durbin Amdt. NO. 2047; To increase assistance to combat HIV/AIDS.H.R. 2800Oct 30
430 (45-47)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1977: Feinstein Amdt. No. 1977; To clarify the definition of HIV/AIDS prevention for purposes of providing funds for therapeutic medical care.H.R. 2800Oct 30
429 (89-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1966: DeWine Amdt. No. 1966; To increase assistance to combat HIV/AIDS.H.R. 2800Oct 30
428 (80-14)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 1904, As Amended; An act to improve the capacity of the Secretary of Agriculture and the Secretary of the Interior to conduct hazardous fuels reduction projects on National Forest System lands and Bureau of Land Management lands aimed at protecting communities, watersheds, and certain other at-risk lands from catastrophic wildfire, to enhance efforts to protect watersheds and address threats to forest and rangeland health, including catastrophic wildfire, across the landscape, and for other purposes.H.R. 1904Oct 30
427 (61-31)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 2045: Motion to Table Harkin Amdt. No. 2045; To provide authority for title I, relative to hazardous fuels reduction on federal land.H.R. 1904Oct 30
426 (57-34)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 2038: Motion to Table Cantwell Amdt. No. 2038, as modified; To require the Comptroller General to study the costs and benefits of the analysis of alternatives in environmental assessments and environmental impact statements.H.R. 1904Oct 30
425 (62-32)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 2030: Motion to Table Murray Amdt. No. 2030; To ensure protection of old-growth stands.H.R. 1904Oct 30
424 (61-34)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2043: Motion to Table Boxer Amdt. No. 2043; To increase the minimum percentage of funds allocated for authorized hazardous fuel reduction projects in the wildland-urban interface.H.R. 1904Oct 30
423 (62-33)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 2039: Motion to Table Leahy Amdt. No. 2039; To remove certain provisions relating to administrative and judicial review.H.R. 1904Oct 30
422 (58-36)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 2035: Motion to Table Bingaman Amdt. No. 2035; To require the treatment of slash and other long term fuels management for hazardous fuels reduction projects.H.R. 1904Oct 30
421 (36-60)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 2031: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Bingaman Amdt. No. 2031; To provide the Secretary of Agriculture with the authority to borrow funds from the Treasury to pay for firefighting costs that exceed funds available and to provide funding to conduct hazardous fuels reduction and burned area restoration projects on non-Federal lands in and around communities.H.R. 1904Oct 30
420 (43-55)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2028: Lieberman Amdt. No. 2028; To provide for a program of scientific research on abrupt climate change, to accelerate the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States by establishing a market-driven system of greenhouse gas tradeable allowances, to limit greenhouse gas emissions in the United States and reduce dependence upon foreign oil, and ensure benefits to consumers from the trading in such allowances.S. 139Oct 30
419 (54-43)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture re: Charles W. Pickering, of Mississippi, to be U.S. Circuit JudgePN12Oct 30
418 (78-17)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2026: Boxer Amdt. No. 2026; To enact the Disaster Air Quality Monitoring Act.H.R. 1904Oct 29
417 (94-3)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2025: Boxer Amdt. No. 2025; To enact the Firefighters Medical Monitoring Act.H.R. 1904Oct 29
416 (97-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1828: Cochran Amdt. No. 1828; Of a perfecting nature.H.R. 1904Oct 29
415 (43-54)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 2000: Motion to Suspend Rule XVI re: Dorgan Amdt No. 2000; To urge the President to release information regarding sources of foreign support for the 9-11 hijackers.H.R. 2800Oct 29
414 (44-53)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1969: Byrd Amdt. No. 1969; To require that the Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority be an officer who is appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate.H.R. 2800Oct 28
413 (40-57)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1974: Motion to Suspend Rule XVI re: Lugar Amdt. No. 1974; To authorize appropriations for Foreign Relations and for Foreign Assistance, and to authorize Millennium Challenge Assistance.H.R. 2800Oct 28
412 (88-8)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: Michael O. Leavitt, of Utah to be Administrator of the E.P.A.PN884Oct 28
411 (86-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Dale S. Fischer, of California, to be U.S. District JudgePN576Oct 27
410 (91-3)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H. R. 2989 As Amended; A bill making appropriations for the Departments of Transportation and Treasury, and independent agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2989Oct 23
409 (63-31)Agreed toOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1928: Motion To Waive RE: Dodd Amdt. No. 1928; To fund the Election Assistance Commission for fiscal year 2004.H.R. 2989Oct 23
408 (47-48)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1917: Mikulski Amdt. No. 1917; To prohibit the use of funds for implementing the 2003 revision of Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76.H.R. 2989Oct 23
407 (95-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1923: Thomas Amdt. No. 1923; To substitute a requirement for an annual report on competitive sourcing activities on lists required under the Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998 that are performed for executive agencies by Federal Government sources, and for other purposes.H.R. 2989Oct 23
406 (60-34)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1904: Motion To Table Feingold Amdt. No. 1904; To provide that Members of Congress shall not receive a cost of living adjustment in pay during fiscal year 2003.H.R. 2989Oct 23
405 (36-59)RejectedOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1900: Motion To Table Dorgan Amdt. No. 1900; To prohibit the enforcement of the ban on travel to Cuba.H.R. 2989Oct 23
404 (97-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 877, As Amended; A bill to regulate interstate commerce by imposing limitations and penalties on the transmission of unsolicited commercial electronic mail via the Internet.S. 877Oct 22
403 (59-39)RejectedOn Cloture on the Motion to Proceed: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Motion To Proceed To Consider S. 1751; A bill to amend the procedures that apply to consideration of interstate class actions to assure fairer outcomes for class members and defendants, and for other purposes.S. 1751Oct 22
402 (64-34)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: S. 3 Conference Report; A bill to prohibit the procedure commonly known as partial-birth abortion.S. 3Oct 21
401 (82-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Margret Catherine Rodgers, Of Florida, To Be U.S. District JudgePN810Oct 20
400 (87-12)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 1689 As Amended; An original bill making emergency supplemental appropriations for Iraq and Afghanistan security and reconstruction for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.S. 1689Oct 17
399 (55-43)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1885: Motion To Table Brownback Amdt. No. 1885 As Modified; To reduce the amount appropriated for reconstruction in Iraq by $600,000,000 and to increase the amount available to the Iraqi Civil Defense Corps by $50,000,000, the amount available for Afghanistan by $400,000,000, and the amount available for Liberia.S. 1689Oct 17
398 (49-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1888: Motion To Table Byrd Amdt. No. 1888; To eliminate the flexibility given to the President to reallocate all of the $20.3 billion Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Funds, without approval by Congress.S. 1689Oct 17
397 (82-15)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1886: Motion To Table Byrd Amdt. No. 1886; To prohibit the use of funds for the involuntary deployment overseas in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom of members of the National Guard and Reserves who have been involuntarily deployed for more than six months during the preceding six years.S. 1689Oct 17
396 (51-47)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1819: Motion To Table Byrd Amdt. No. 1819; To prohibit the use of Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Funds for low priority activities that should not be the responsibility of U.S. taxpayers, and shift $600 million from the Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund to Defense Operations and Maintenance, Army, for significantly improving efforts to secure and destroy conventional weapons, such as bombs, bomb materials, small arms, rocket propelled grenades, and shoulder-launched missiles, in Iraq.S. 1689Oct 17
395 (67-32)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1882: Motion to Table Corzine Amdt. No. 1882; To establish a National Commission on the Development and Use of Intelligence Related to Iraq.S. 1689Oct 17
394 (56-43)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1879: Motion To Table Durbin Amdt. No. 1879; To provide funds for the prevention, treatment, and control of, and research on HIV/AIDS.S. 1689Oct 17
393 (99-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1843: Boxer Amdt. No. 1843; To make retroactive the relief of hospitalized members of the uniformed services from the obligation to pay for food or subsistence while hospitalized; and to provide an offset for the additional cost.S. 1689Oct 17
392 (52-47)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1859: Motion To Table Landrieu Amdt. No. 1859 ; To promote the establishment of an Iraq Reconstruction Finance Authority and the use of Iraqi oil revenues to pay for reconstruction in Iraq.S. 1689Oct 17
391 (55-44)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1854: Motion To Table Daschle Amdt. NO. 1854; To achieve the most effective means of reconstructing Iraq and to reduce the future costs to the American taxpayer of such reconstruction by ensuring broad-based international cooperation for this effort.S. 1689Oct 17
390 (96-3)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1837: Durbin Amdt. No. 1837; To ensure that a Federal employee who takes leave without pay in order to perform certain service as a member of the uniformed services or member of the National Guard shall continue to receive pay in an amount which, when taken together with the pay and allowances such individual is receiving for such service, will be no less than the basic pay such individual would then be receiving if no interruption in employment had occurred.S. 1689Oct 17
389 (51-47)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1871: Bayh Amdt. No. 1871; To require that funds for reconstruction in Iraq be used for certain purposes.S. 1689Oct 16
388 (98-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1876: Nickles Amdt. No. 1876; To express the sense of the Senate that all countries that hold debt from the former Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein should be urged to forgive their debt.S. 1689Oct 16
387 (97-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1874: McConnell Amdt. No. 1874; To express the Sense of the Senate that the Global War on Terrorism medal should be awarded expeditiously to members of the Armed Forces serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Noble Eagle.S. 1689Oct 16
386 (65-34)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1868: Motion To Table Lautenberg Amdt. No. 1868; To prohibit the use of funds for any contract or other financial agreement or arrangement with any entity that pays compensation in the form of deferred salary to certain United States Government officials.S. 1689Oct 16
385 (57-42)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1818: Motion To Table Byrd Amdt. No. 1818; To impose a limitation on the use of sums appropriated for the Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund.S. 1689Oct 16
384 (95-2)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1806: Graham (SC) Amdt. No. 1806 As Modified; To express the sense of Congress that the removal of the Government of Saddam Hussein has enhanced the security of Israel and other United States allies.S. 1689Oct 15
383 (97-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1846: Byrd Amdt. No. 1846; To modify the report requirements with respect to the Coalition Provisional Authority.S. 1689Oct 15
382 (45-52)RejectedOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1834: Motion To Table Reed Amdt. No. 1834; To increase the end strength of the Army and to structure the additional forces for constabulary duty.S. 1689Oct 15
381 (47-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1811: Motion To Waive CBA Corzine Amdt. No. 1811; To amend title 10, United States Code, to reduce the age for receipt of military retired pay for nonregular service from 60 to 55.S. 1689Oct 15
380 (57-39)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1826: Motion To Table Dorgan AMDT. NO. 1826; To require that Iraqi oil revenues be used to pay for reconstruction in Iraq.S. 1689Oct 14
379 (59-35)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1823: Motion To Table Stabenow AMDT. No. 1823; To provide emergency relief for veterans healthcare, school construction, healthcare and transportation needs in the United States, and to create 95,000 new jobs.S. 1689Oct 14
378 (47-48)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1830: Bingaman Amdt. NO. 1830 DIV I; To authorize the award of the Iraqi Liberation Medal as a campaign medal for members of the Armed Forces who serve in Southwest Asia in connection with Operation Iraqi Freedom.S. 1689Oct 14
377 (95-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 1053 as amended; A bill to prohibit discrimination on the basis of genetic information with respect to health insurance and employment.S. 1053Oct 14
376 (49-37)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1817: Motion To Table Dodd Amdt. No. 1817; To provide an additional $322,000,000 for safety equipment for United States forces in Iraq and to reduce the amount provided for reconstruction in Iraq by $322,000,000.S. 1689Oct 02
375 (98-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation William Q. Hayes, of California, To Be U.S. District JudgePN577Oct 02
374 (56-42)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1803: Motion To Table Leahy AMDT. No. 1803; To place the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq under the direct authority and foreign policy guidance of the Secretary of State.S. 1689Oct 02
373 (57-42)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1796: Motion to Table Biden Amdt. No. 1796; To provide funds for the security and stabilization of Iraq by suspending a portion of the reductions in the highest income tax rate for individual taxpayers.S. 1689Oct 02
372 (98-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1795: McConnell AMDT. No. 1795 As Modified; To commend the Armed Forces of the United States in the War on Terrorism.S. 1689Oct 02
371 (38-59)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1794: Byrd Amdt. No. 1794; To strike $15.2 billion of the $20.3 billion in Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Funds, leaving $5.1 billion for training and equipping the Iraqi Defense Corps and Iraqi national security force and for other public safety and justice purposes.S. 1689Oct 01
370 (93-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Ronald A. White , Of Oklahoma, To Be U.S District JudgePN660Sep 30
369 (91-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Marcia Crone Of Texas To Be U.S. District JudgePN575Sep 30
368 (86-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Carlos T.Bea, Of California To Be U.S. Circuit Judge For The Ninth Circuit.PN523Sep 29
367 (93-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Michael W. Mosman, Of Oregon, To Be U.S. District JudgePN601Sep 25
366 (95-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Dana Makoto Sabraw, of California, To Be U.S. District JudgePN582Sep 25
365 (95-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 3161; A bill to ratify the authority of the Federal Trade Commission to establish a do-not-call registry.H.R. 3161Sep 25
364 (95-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2658 Conference Report; A bill making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2658Sep 25
363 (91-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Larry Alan Burns Of California To Be U.S. District JudgePN572Sep 24
362 (43-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1739: Daschle Amdt. No. 1739, As Modified; To strike funding for implementation of the Department of the Interior's reorganization plan for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Office of Special Trustee and to transfer the savings to the Indian Health Service.H.R. 2691Sep 23
361 (44-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1731: Reid Amdt. No. 1731; To prohibit the use of funds for initiating any new competitive sourcing studies.H.R. 2691Sep 23
360 (53-43)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1754: Voinovich Amdt. No. 1754, As Modified; To substitute a requirement for an annual report on competitive sourcing activities on lists required under the Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998 that are performed for the Department of the Interior by Federal Government sources.H.R. 2691Sep 23
359 (52-44)Agreed toOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1753: Motion To Table Boxer Amdt. No. 1753; To strike section 333 relating to a special judicial appeals process for cases involving timber harvesting in the Tongass National Forest.H.R. 2691Sep 23
358 (92-4)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1740: Bingaman Amdt. No. 1740; To ban commercial advertising on the National Mall.H.R. 2691Sep 23
357 (94-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Kim Gibson, of Pennsylvania, to be U.S. District JudgePN540Sep 23
356 (49-45)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1734: Motion To Waive CBA Daschle Amdt. No. 1734 As Modified Further.; To provide additional funds for clinical services of the Indian Health Service, with an offset.H.R. 2691Sep 23
355 (89-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Henry F. Floyd Of South Carolina To Be U.S. District JudgePN659Sep 22
354 (89-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Glen E. Conrad Of Virginia, To Be U.S. District Judge For The Western District.PN537Sep 22
353 (92-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Sandra J. Feuerstein Of New York To Be U.S. District JudgePN22Sep 17
352 (92-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation R. David Proctor Of Alabama, To be U.S. District JudgePN580Sep 17
351 (93-0)Agreed toOn the Motion: Motion to Disagree To The Amendment Of The House To S.3 ; A bill to prohibit the procedure commonly known as partial-birth abortion.S. 3Sep 17
350 (92-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2754 As Amended; A bill making appropriations for energy and water development for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2754Sep 16
349 (53-41)Agreed toOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1655: Motion To Table Feinstein Amdt. No. 1655; To prohibit the use of funds for Department of Energy activities relating to the Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator, Advanced Weapons Concepts, modification of the readiness posture of the Nevada Test Site, and the Modern Pit Facility, and to make the amount of funds made available by the prohibition for debt reduction.H.R. 2754Sep 16
348 (55-40)PassedOn the Joint Resolution: S. J. Res. 17; A joint resolution disapproving the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission with respect to broadcast media ownership.S.J.Res. 17Sep 16
347 (94-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2660 As Amended; A bill making appropriations for the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2660Sep 10
346 (52-43)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1622: Motion to Waive the CBA Specter Amdt. No. 1622; To increase funding for the National Institutes of Health.H.R. 2660Sep 10
345 (46-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1614: Motion To Waive CBA RE: Landrieu Amdt. No. 1614; To provide additional funds for programs relating to West Nile Virus and to fund the Mosquito Abatement for Safety and Health Act.H.R. 2660Sep 10
344 (7-87)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1585: Ensign Amdt. No. 1585n; To provide an additional $100,000,000 to carry out the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program under B of title IV of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.H.R. 2660Sep 10
343 (43-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1613: Motion To Waive CBA RE: Durbin amdt. No. 1613; To provide additional funding for teacher quality programs under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 and the Higher Education Act of 1965 and for the Mathematics and Science Partnerships and the school leadership program under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.H.R. 2660Sep 10
342 (28-67)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1611: Durbin Amdt. No. 1611; To prohibit funds appropriated in this Act from being used by the Department of Education to enforce any requirement under section 1116 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, or to implement penalties or sanctions under part A of title I of such Act, if the amount appropriated to carry out such part A for fiscal year 2004 is less than $18,500,000,000.H.R. 2660Sep 10
341 (49-46)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1610: Motion To Waive CBA Landrieu Amdt. No. 1610; To increase funding for the promoting safe and stable families program.H.R. 2660Sep 10
340 (46-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1609: Motion to Waive CBA RE: Boxer Amdt. No. 1609; To provide additional funding for afterschool programs under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.H.R. 2660Sep 10
339 (51-44)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1602: Corzine Amdt. No. 1602; To restore cuts in student aid.H.R. 2660Sep 10
338 (47-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1596: Motion To Waive CBA Reed Amdt. No. 1596; To increase funding for certain literacy, library, and museum programs.H.R. 2660Sep 10
337 (47-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1592: Motion To Waive CBA Reed Amdt. No. 1592; To increase funding for immunization services.H.R. 2660Sep 10
336 (49-46)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1595: Motion To Waive CBA Reed Amdt. No. 1595; To provide funding for home energy assistance needs under the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Act of 1981.H.R. 2660Sep 10
335 (44-53)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1598: Motion To Waive CBA Schumer Amdt. No. 1598; To provide additional funding for programs under the Ryan White Care Act.H.R. 2660Sep 10
334 (54-45)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1580: Harkin Amdt. No. 1580; To protect the rights of employees to receive overtime compensation.H.R. 2660Sep 10
333 (47-47)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1597: Motion To Waive CBA Dodd Amdt. No. 1597; To increase funds for Head Start.H.R. 2660Sep 09
332 (43-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1591: Motion To Waive CBA RE: Durbin Amdt. No. 1591; To provide funding for the prevention, treatment, and control of, and research on, global HIV/AIDS.H.R. 2660Sep 09
331 (49-46)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1566: Motion to Waive C.B.A. er: Kennedy Amdt. No. 1566; To increase student financial aid by an amount that matches the increase in low- and middle-income family college costs.H.R. 2660Sep 09
330 (44-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1543: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Byrd Amdt. No. 1543; To provide additional funding for education for the disadvantaged.H.R. 2660Sep 09
329 (43-46)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1575: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Harkin Amdt. No. 1575; To provide additional funding for the Fund for the Improvement of Education.H.R. 2660Sep 05
328 (41-47)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1565: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Clinton Amdt. No. 1565; To provide additional funding to ensure an adequate bioterrorism preparedness workforce.H.R. 2660Sep 05
327 (94-1)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Steven M. Colloton, of Iowa, to be U.S. Circuit Judge for the Eighth CircuitPN343Sep 04
326 (52-43)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1568: Motion To Waive CBA Re: Daschle Amdt. No. 1568; To provide funding for rural education.H.R. 2660Sep 04
325 (46-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1559: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Murray Amdt. No. 1559; To restore funding for certain programs under the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.H.R. 2660Sep 04
324 (42-54)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1554: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Dayton Amdt. No. 1554; To increase funding for a part B of the individuals with Disabilities Education Act.H.R. 2660Sep 03
323 (54-42)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1553: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Dorgan Amdt. No. 1553; To provide additional funding for the Impact Aid Program.H.R. 2660Sep 03
322 (46-48)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1547: Motion To Waive CBA Reid Amdt. No. 1547; To increase funding for certain education and related programs.H.R. 2660Sep 03
321 (95-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Frank Montalvo, of Texas, To Be U.S. District JudgePN579Jul 31
320 (96-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: James I. Cohn, of Florida, To Be U.S. District JudgePN574Jul 31
319 (65-32)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H. R. 2738; A bill to implement the United States-Chile Free Trade Agreement.H.R. 2738Jul 31
318 (66-32)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H. R. 2739; A bill to implement the United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement.H.R. 2739Jul 31
317 (84-14)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H. R. 6 As Amended; A bill to enhance energy conservation and research and development, to provide for security and diversity in the energy supply for the American people, and for other purposes.H.R. 6Jul 31
316 (53-44)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Nomination Of William H. Pryor, Jr., Of Alabama, To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN512Jul 31
315 (50-48)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1416: Motion To Table Feingold Amdt. No. 1416; To protect the public and investors from abusive affiliate, associate company, and subsidiary company transactions.S. 14Jul 30
314 (54-44)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1418: Motion To Table Bingaman Amdt. No. 1418; To preserve the Federal Regulatory Commission's authority to protect the public interest prior to July 1, 2005.S. 14Jul 30
313 (53-44)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1413: Motion to Table Bingaman Amdt. No. 1413; To strengthen the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's authority to review public utility mergers.S. 14Jul 30
312 (55-43)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture On The Nomination of Miguel A. Estrada Of Virginia To Be U.S. Circuit Judge.PN6Jul 30
311 (48-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1419: Cantwell Amdt. No. 1419; To prohibit market manipulation.S. 14Jul 30
310 (66-30)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1386: Bond AMDT. No. 1386 As Modified And Amended.; To impose additional requirements for improving automobile fuel economy and reducing vehicle emissions.S. 14Jul 29
309 (32-65)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1384: Durbin AMDT. No. 1384; To amend title 49, United States Code, to improve the system for enhancing automobile fuel efficiency.S. 14Jul 29
308 (53-43)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture on the Nomination of Priscilla Richman Owen, of Texas, to be U.S. Circuit JudgePN11Jul 29
307 (91-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Earl Leroy Yeakel, of Texas, To Be U.S. District JudgePN583Jul 28
306 (93-1)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2555 As Amended; A bill making appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2555Jul 24
305 (46-46)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1383: Byrd AMDT. No. 1383; To provide post-employment lobbying restrictions on employees of the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of Homeland Security within the Executive Office of the President.H.R. 2555Jul 24
304 (44-50)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1372: Motion To Waive CBA RE: Amdt. No. 1372; To appropriate $1,000,000,000 for grants to public transit agencies to enhance public transportation security against terrorist threats.H.R. 2555Jul 24
303 (46-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1373: Byrd Amdt. No. 1373; To prohibit funds appropriated under this Act from being used by any advisory committee that has been exempted from the Federal Advisory Committee Act.H.R. 2555Jul 24
302 (48-48)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1370: Schumer AMDT. No. 1370; To increase the funding for discretionary grants for use in high-threat urban areas and decrease funding for information analysis and infrastructure protection, science and technology, and research and development.H.R. 2555Jul 24
301 (50-46)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1368: Motion To Waive: Specter Amdt. No. 1368; To increase the funding for discretionary grants for use in high-threat urban areas.H.R. 2555Jul 24
300 (51-45)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1367: Motion To Table Byrd Amdt. No. 1367; Fulfilling Homeland Security Promises.H.R. 2555Jul 24
299 (41-54)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1363: Motion To Waive C.B.A. RE: Dodd AMDT No. 1363; To fund urgent priorities for our Nation's firefighters, law enforcement personnel, and emergency medical personnel, and all Americans by reducing the 2003 tax breaks for individuals with annual income in excess of $1,000,000.H.R. 2555Jul 24
298 (45-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1351: Motion To Waive CBA Schumer Amdt Noy. 1351; To make available an additional $200,000,000 to increase the number of border personnel at the northern border of the United States by the end of fiscal year 2004.H.R. 2555Jul 23
297 (43-52)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1350: Motion to Waive CBA Corzine AMDT. No. 1350; To appropriate $8,000,000 for the Office of the Under Secretary for Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection to conduct chemical facility security assessments.H.R. 2555Jul 23
296 (48-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1346: Motion To Waive CBA Mikulski Amdt. No. 1346; To increase the amount of the appropriation for firefighter assistance grants by $150,000,000.H.R. 2555Jul 23
295 (45-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1343: Motion To Waive CBA Schumer Amdt. No. 1343; To increase the funds for research and development related to transportation security, and for other purposes.H.R. 2555Jul 23
294 (50-48)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1341: Motion To Table Hollings Amdt. No. 1341; To provide funds to increase maritime security.H.R. 2555Jul 23
293 (45-53)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1327: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Murray Amdt. No. 1327; To increase funding for emergency management performance grants.H.R. 2555Jul 23
292 (79-19)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1331: Boxer Amdt. No. 1331; To require a classified report to Congress on the security costs incurred by State and local government law enforcement personnel in each state in complying with requests and requirements of the United States Secret Service to provide protective services and transportation for foreign and domestic officials.H.R. 2555Jul 23
291 (43-50)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1317: Motion to Waive CBA re: Byrd Amdt. No. 1317; To fulfill Homeland Security promises.H.R. 2555Jul 22
290 (95-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2658 As Amended; A bill making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2658Jul 17
289 (93-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Allyson Duncan Of North Carolina To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN533Jul 17
288 (71-24)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1283: Motion To Table Byrd Amdt. No. 1383; To rescind $1,100,000,000 of the amounts appropriated for procurement and research, development, test and evaluation, and to appropriate $1,100,000,000 for fighting AIDS/HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria.H.R. 2658Jul 17
287 (62-34)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1277: Motion To Table Durbin Amdt. No. 1277; To limit the availability of funds for the Intelligence Community Management Account pending a report on the development and use of intelligence relating to Iraq and Operation Iraqi Freedom.H.R. 2658Jul 17
286 (81-15)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1281: Byrd Amdt.No. 1281; To state the sense of Congress on funding of ongoing overseas military operations, including overseas contingency operations.H.R. 2658Jul 17
285 (79-16)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1270: Motion To Table McCain Amdt. No. 1270; To prohibit the use of funds for certain programs, projects, and activities.H.R. 2658Jul 16
284 (51-45)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1275: Motion To Table Corzine Amdt. No. 1275; To establish the National Commission on the Development and Use of Intelligence Related to Iraq.H.R. 2658Jul 16
283 (52-43)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1273: Kennedy Amdt. No. 1273; To require a report on the United States strategy for reconstruction in Iraq.H.R. 2658Jul 16
282 (93-2)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1269: Daschle Amdt. No. 1269; To provide National Guard and Reserve forces access to TRICARE.H.R. 2658Jul 16
281 (50-45)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1271: Motion To Table Boxer Amdt. No. 1271; To require reports on U.S. operations in Iraq.H.R. 2658Jul 16
280 (94-1)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2330; A bill to sanction the ruling Burmese military junta, to strengthen Burma's democratic forces and support and recognize the National League of Democracy as the legitimate representative of the Burmese people, and for other purposes.H.R. 2330Jul 16
279 (52-42)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1268: Motion to table Bingaman Amdt.No. 1268; To require a report on the individuals being detained by the United States Government as enemy combatants.H.R. 2658Jul 16
278 (53-41)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1264: Motion to Table Dorgan Amdt. No. 1264; To require from the President a budget amendment for the budget for fiscal year 2004 on the amounts requested for military operations in Iraq in fiscal year 2004.H.R. 2658Jul 16
277 (64-31)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1244: Motion to table Byrd Amendment No. 1244; To prohibit excessive deployments overseas of members of the Guard and Reserves.H.R. 2658Jul 15
276 (94-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Lonny R. Suko of Washington, To Be U.S. District Judge PN545Jul 15
275 (89-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: Samuel Der-Yeghiayan, Of Illinois, To Be U.S. District JudgePN398Jul 14
274 (91-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H. R. 2559 As Amended; A bill making appropriations for military construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2559Jul 11
273 (85-7)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2657 As Amended ; A bill making appropriations for the Legislative Branch for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2004, and for other purposes.H.R. 2657Jul 11
272 (71-21)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1202: Motion To Table Sessions Amdt. No. 1202; To eliminate the additional amount for programs under the National and Community Service Act of 1990.H.R. 2657Jul 11
271 (97-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1190: Biden Amdt. No. 1190 As Modified; To express the sense of the Congress that the United States remain engaged in Iraq in order to ensure a peaceful, stable, unified Iraq with a representative government.S. 925Jul 10
270 (78-18)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1174: Bingaman Amdt. No. 1174; To express the sense of Congress on funding for assistant to combat AIDS globally.S. 925Jul 10
269 (48-48)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 1170: Motion To Waive CBA Murray Amdt. No. 1170; To provide additional weeks of temporary extended unemployment compensation for individuals who have exhausted such compensation and to make extended unemployment benefits under the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act temporarily available for employees with less than 10 years of service.S. 925Jul 10
268 (54-43)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1164: Reid Amdt. No. 1164; To provide support regarding the rural development crisis in Mexico.S. 925Jul 10
267 (43-53)RejectedOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1141: Motion To Table Boxer Amdt. No. 1141; To prohibit the application of certain restrictive eligibility requirements to foreign nongovernmental organizations with respect to the provision of assistance under part I of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961.S. 925Jul 09
266 (51-45)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table: Motion To Table The Motion To Proceed To The Consideration of S. 1162; A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to accelerate the increase in the refundability of the child tax credit, and for other purposes.S. 1162Jul 09
265 (54-43)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Victor J. Wolski, of Virginia, to be Judge of the U.S. Court of Federal ClaimsPN38Jul 09
264 (49-48)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Motion To Proceed To S. 11; A bill to protect patients' access to quality and affordable health care by reducing the effects of excessive liability costs.S. 11Jul 09
263 (92-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation David G. Campbell, of Arizona, to be U.S. District JudgePN426Jul 08
262 (76-21)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 1 As Amended; A bill to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide for a voluntary prescription drug benefit under the Medicare program and to strengthen and improve the Medicare program, and for other purposes.S. 1Jun 27
261 (38-59)RejectedOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1060: Motion To Table Feinstein Amdt. No. 1060; To provide for an income-related increase in the part B premium for individuals with income in excess of $75,000 and married couples with income in excess of $150,000.S. 1Jun 26
260 (21-75)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1026: Hagel Amdt. No. 1026 As Modified; To provide Medicare beneficiaries with a drug discount card that ensures access to affordable prescription drugs.S. 1Jun 26
259 (42-54)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1111: Levin Amdt. No. 1111; To ensure that current retirees who have prescription drug coverage who will lose their prescription drug coverage as a result of the enactment of this legislation have the option of drug coverage under the Medicare fallback.S. 1Jun 26
258 (43-55)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1066: Bingaman Amdt. No. 1066; To permit the establishment of 2 new Medigap plans for Medicare beneficiaries enrolled for prescription drug coverage under part D.S. 1Jun 26
257 (47-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 975: Rockefeller Amdt. No. 975, As Modified; To make all Medicare beneficiaries eligible for Medicare prescription drug coverage.S. 1Jun 26
256 (33-65)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1011: Sessions Amdt. No. 1011; To express the sense of the Senate that the Committee on Finance should hold hearing regarding permitting States to provide health benefits to legal immigrants under Medicaid and SCHIP as part of the reauthorization of the temporary assistance for needy families program.S. 1Jun 26
255 (71-26)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1092: Grassley Amdt. No. 1092 as Modified; To evaluate alternative payment and delivery systems.S. 1Jun 26
254 (39-59)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1103: Dorgan Amdt. No. 1103; To reduce aggregate beneficiary obligations by $2,400,000,000 per year beginning in 2009.S. 1Jun 26
253 (57-41)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1108: Motion To Table Durbin Amdt. NO. 1108; To provide additional assistance for certain eligible beneficiaries under part D.S. 1Jun 26
252 (98-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1102: McConnell Amdt. No. 1102; To protect seniors with cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, or Alzheimer's disease.S. 1Jun 26
251 (69-29)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1065: Bingaman Amdt. No. 1065; To update, beginning in 2009, the asset or resource test used for purposes of determining the eligibility of low-income beneficiaries for premium and cost-sharing subsidies.S. 1Jun 26
250 (54-44)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1036: Motion to Table Boxer Amdt. No. 1036; To eliminate the coverage gap for individuals with cancer.S. 1Jun 26
249 (97-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1097: McConnell Amdt. No. 1097; To protect seniors who are diagnosed with cancer from high prescription drug costsS. 1Jun 26
248 (39-59)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1052: Edwards Amdt. No. 1052; To strengthen protections for consumers against misleading direct-to-consumer drug advertising.S. 1Jun 26
247 (50-48)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 991: Motion To Table Harkin Amdt. No. 991 As Modified; To establish a demonstration project under the Medicaid program to encourage the provision of community-based services to individuals with disabilities.S. 1Jun 26
246 (43-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 1000: Clinton Amdt. No. 1000; To study the comparative effectiveness and safety of important Medicare covered drugs to ensure that consumers can make meaningful comparisons about the quality and efficacy.S. 1Jun 25
245 (39-56)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 994: Durbin Amdt. No. 994; To deliver a meaningful benefit and lower prescription drug prices.S. 1Jun 25
244 (39-56)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 956: Graham (FL) Amdt. No. 956; To provide that an eligible beneficiary is not responsible for paying the applicable percent of the monthly national average premium while the beneficiary is in the coverage gap and to sunset the bill, and for other purposes.S. 1Jun 25
243 (26-69)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 985: Edwards Amdt. No. 985 As Modified Further; To strengthen protections for consumers against misleading direct-to-consumer drug advertising.S. 1Jun 25
242 (94-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 972: Snowe-Bingaman Amdt. No. 972; To provide reimbursement for Federally qualified health centers participating in medicare manged care.S. 1Jun 25
241 (41-55)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 998: Dodd Amdt. No. 998; To modify the amount of the direct subsidy to be provided to qualified retiree prescription drug plans.S. 1Jun 24
240 (41-54)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 970: Dodd Amdt. No. 970; To provide 50 percent cost-sharing for a beneficiary whose income is at least 160 percent but not more thansa968 250 percent of the poverty line after the beneficiary has reached the initial coverage gap and before the beneficiary has reached the annual out-of pocket limit.S. 1Jun 24
239 (41-54)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 982: Lautenberg Amdt. No. 982; To make prescription drug coverage available beginning on July 1, 2004.S. 1Jun 24
238 (51-45)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1002: Motion to Table Lincoln Amdt. No. 1002; To allow Medicare beneficiaries who are enrolled in fallback plans to remain in such plans for two years by requiring the same contracting cycle for fallback plans as Medicare Prescription Drug plans.S. 1Jun 24
237 (93-3)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 957: Dayton Amdt. No. 957; To provide that prescription drug benefits for any Member of Congress who is enrolled in a health benefits plan under chapter 89 of title 5, United States Code, may not exceed the level of prescription drug benefits passed in the 1st session of the 108th Congress, and for other purposes.S. 1Jun 24
236 (54-42)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 1001: Motion to Table Boxer Amdt. No. 1001; To eliminate the coverage gap.S. 1Jun 24
235 (66-31)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 981: Motion to Table Pryor Amdt. No. 981; To provide equal access to competitive global prescription medicine prices for American purchasers.S. 1Jun 24
234 (55-42)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 969: Motion ot Table Dodd Amdt. No. 969; To permit continuous open enrollment and disenrollment in Medicare Prescription Drug plans and MedicareAdvantage plans until 2008.S. 1Jun 24
233 (52-43)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 976: Motion to Table Rockefeller Amdt. No. 976; To treat costs for covered drugs as incurred costs without regard to whether the individual or another person, including a State program or other third-party coverage, has paid for such costs.S. 1Jun 24
232 (62-28)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 946: Dorgan Amdt. No. 946 as amended; To provide greater access to affordable pharmaceuticals.S. 1Jun 20
231 (90-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 504 as amended; A bill to establish academies for teachers and students of American history and civics and a national alliance of teachers of American history and civics, and for other purposes.S. 504Jun 20
230 (94-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 945: Gregg Amdt. No. 945; To ensure that there is competition in the pharmaceutical industry and increased access to affordable drugs.S. 1Jun 19
229 (39-56)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 939: Daschle Amdt. No. 939; To ensure that an affordable plan is available in all areas.S. 1Jun 19
228 (95-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 932: Enzi Amdt. No. 932 as modified and amended; To improve disclosure requirements and to increase beneficiary choices.S. 1Jun 19
227 (37-58)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 931: Stabenow Amdt. No. 931; To require that the Medicare plan, to be known as the Medicare Guaranteed Option, be available to all eligible beneficiaries in every year.S. 1Jun 18
226 (71-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation R. Hewitt PAte, Of Virginia, To Be An Assistant Attorney GeneralPN425Jun 13
225 (94-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2115; A bill to amend title 49, United States Code, to reauthorize programs for the Federal Aviation Administration, and for other purposes.H.R. 2115Jun 12
224 (42-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 914: Lott Amdt. No. 914; To require the Administrator of the FAA to conduct a study of safety standards at foreign repair stations.S. 824Jun 12
223 (44-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 896: Inhofe Amdt. No. 896; To establish age limitations for airmen.S. 824Jun 12
222 (56-41)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 893: Lautenberg Amdt. No. 893; To prohibit the Secretary of Transportation from transfering certain air traffic control functions to nongovernmental entities.S. 824Jun 12
221 (45-53)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 884: Graham Amdt. No. 884; To strike the provision requiring the Secretary of the Interior to conduct an inventory and analysis of oil and natural gas resources beneath all of the waters of the outer Continental Shelf.S. 14Jun 12
220 (97-1)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 1215 As Amended; A bill to sanction the ruling Burmese military junta, to strengthen Burma's democratic forces and support and recognize the National League of Democracy as the legitimate representative of the Burmese people, and for other purposes.S. 1215Jun 11
219 (52-47)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 881: Motion To Table Bingaman Amdt. No. 881; To provide for a significant environmental review process associated with the development of Indian energy projects and to establish duties of the federal government to Indian tribes in implementing an energy development program, and for other purposes.S. 14Jun 11
218 (55-44)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 876: Motion to Table Feinstein Amdt. No. 876 As Modified; To tighten oversight of energy markets.S. 14Jun 11
217 (97-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Mark R. Kravitz, Of Connecticut, To Be U.S. District JudgePN470Jun 11
216 (97-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation J. Ronnie Greer, Of Tennessee, To Be U.S. District JudgePN514Jun 11
215 (96-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Richard C. Wesley, Of New York, To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN395Jun 11
214 (48-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 875: Wyden Amdt. No. 875; To strike the provision relating to deployment of new nuclear power plants.S. 14Jun 10
213 (99-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 871: Landrieu Amdt. No. 871; To reduce the dependence of the United States on imported petroleum.S. 14Jun 10
212 (67-32)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 865: Dorgan Amdt. No. 865; To require that the hydrogen commercialization plan of the Department of Energy include a description of activities to support certain hydrogen technology deployment goals.S. 14Jun 10
211 (88-1)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: Michael Chertoff, of New Jersey, to be U.S. Circuit JudgePN394Jun 09
210 (94-2)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 862: Grassley Amdt. No. 862; In the nature of a substitute.H.R. 1308Jun 05
209 (67-29)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 850: Frist Amdt. No. 850 As Amended; To eliminate methyl tertiary butyl ether from the United States fuel supply, to increase production and use of renewable fuel, and to increase the Nation's energy independence.S. 14Jun 05
208 (38-57)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 856: Boxer Amdt. No. 856; To provide for equal liability treatment of vehicle fuels and fuel additives.S. 14Jun 05
207 (26-69)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 853: Schumer Amdt No. 853; To exclude Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts I, IV, and V from the renewable fuel program.S. 14Jun 05
206 (37-58)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 851: Bingaman Amdt. No. 851 As Modified; To authorize the Secretary of Energy to waive the ethanol mandate on the East and West Coast in the event of a significant price increase or supply interruption.S. 14Jun 04
205 (42-53)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 849: Dorgan Amdt. No. 849; To repeal the authorities and requirements for a base closure round in 2005.H.R. 1588Jun 04
204 (34-62)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 844: Feinstein Amdt. No. 844; To authorize the Governors of the States to elect to participate in the renewable fuel program.S. 14Jun 03
203 (35-60)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 843: Feinstein Amdt. No. 843; To allow the ethanol mandate in the renewable fuel program to be suspended temporarily if the mandate would harm the economy or environment.S. 14Jun 03
202 (53-44)PassedOn the Joint Resolution: H.J. Res. 51; A joint resolution increasing the statutory limit on the public debt.H.J.Res. 51May 23
201 (52-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 836: Motion To Table Hollings Amdt. No. 836; To limit the applicability of public debt limit to social security trust funds.H.J.Res. 51May 23
200 (47-52)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 835: Motion To Waive C.B.A. Feingold Amdt. No. 835; To extend the current-law pay-as-you-go requirement.H.J.Res. 51May 23
199 (50-49)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 832: Motion To Table Kennedy Amdt. No. 832; To extend the Temporary Unemployment Compensation Act of 2002, to provide additional weeks of temporary extended unemployment compensation, and to make extended unemployment benefits under the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act temporarily available for employees.H.J.Res. 51May 23
198 (52-47)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 834: Motion To Table Daschle Amdt. No. 834; To express the sense of the Senate that Social Security cost-of-living adjustments should not be reduced.H.J.Res. 51May 23
197 (47-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 833: Baucus Amdt. No. 833; To reduce the amount by which the statutory limit on the public debt is increased.H.J.Res. 51May 23
196 (50-50)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: H.R. 2 Conference Report; To provide for reconciliation pursuant to section 201 of the concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year 2004.H.R. 2May 23
195 (99-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Consuelo Maria Callahan, Of California, To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN342May 22
194 (98-1)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S.1050 As Amended; An original bill to authorize appropriations for fiscal year 2004 for military activities of the Department of Defense, for military construction, and for defense activities of the Department of Energy, to prescribe personnel strengths for such fiscal year for the Armed Forces, and for other purposes.S. 1050May 22
193 (99-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 826: Warner Amdt. No. 826; To require the Department of Defense to fully comply with the Competition in Contracting Act for any contract awarded for reconstruction activities in Iraq.S. 1050May 22
192 (48-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 691: Murray Amdt. No. 691; To restore a previous policy regarding restrictions on use of Department of Defense medical facilities.S. 1050May 22
191 (50-48)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 783: McCain Amdt. No. 783; To propose the insertion of matter in lieu of the matter proposed to be stricken.S. 1050May 21
190 (51-48)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 722: Lautenebrg Amdt. No. 722; To modify requirements applicable to the limitation on designation of critical habitat of conservation of protected species under the provision on military readiness and conservation of protected species.S. 1050May 21
189 (56-41)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 750: Motion To Table Dorgan Amdt. No. 750 As Modified; To prohibit the use of funds for a nuclear earth penetrator weapon.S. 1050May 21
188 (96-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 751: Reed Amdt. No. 751 As Amended; To modify the scope of the prohibition on research and development of low-yield nuclear weapons.S. 1050May 21
187 (59-38)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 752: Warner Amdt. No. 752; To propose a substitute.S. 1050May 21
186 (51-43)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 715: Motion To Table Feinstein Amdt. No. 715; To strike the repeal of the prohibition on research and development of low-yield nuclear weapons.S. 1050May 20
185 (85-10)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 696: Graham Amdt. No. 696 As Modified; In the nature of a substitute.S. 1050May 20
184 (86-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: S.Maurice Hicks, Jr., Of Louisiana, To Be U.S. District JudgePN24May 19
183 (44-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 685: Dodd Amdt. No. 685; To add CARICOM Countries and the Dominican Republic to Priority List of HIV/AIDS Coordinator.H.R. 1298May 16
182 (45-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 684: Boxer Amdt. No. 684; To require a specific plan to help AIDS orphans.H.R. 1298May 16
181 (42-54)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 681: Kennedy Amdt. No. 681; To provide for the procurement of certain pharmaceuticals at the lowest possible price for products of assured quality.H.R. 1298May 16
180 (45-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 682: Feinstein Amdt. No. 682; To modify provisions relating to the distribution of funding.H.R. 1298May 15
179 (51-49)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 2, As Amended; To provide for reconciliation pursuant to section 201 of the concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year 2004.H.R. 2May 15
178 (48-52)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 678: Motion to Waive CBA re: Dorgan Amdt. No. 678; To provide emergency funding for food aid to HIV/AIDS affected populations in sub-Saharan Africa.H.R. 1298May 15
177 (48-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 676: Durbin Amdt. No. 676; To provide alternate terms for the United States participation in the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.H.R. 1298May 15
176 (43-57)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 666: Motion to Waive C.B.A. Dorgan Amdt. No. 666; To strike the section relating to qualified tax collection contracts.S. 1054May 15
175 (37-63)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 662: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Edwards Amdt. No. 662; To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1996 to close the "janitors insurance" tax loophole.S. 1054May 15
174 (49-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 572: Dodd Amdt. No. 572; To improve access to higher education for middle-income families by making resources available to expand the Hope and Lifetime Learning Scholarship Credits and for lower-income families by making resources available to increase the maximum Pell Grant to $4500 and to provide an equal amount for deficit reduction by eliminating the 10 percent dividend tax exclusion for amounts above $500 and eliminating acceleration of the 38.6 percent income tax rate education.S. 1054May 15
173 (48-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 545: Kennedy Amdt. No. 545; To eliminate the dividend and upper bracket tax cuts, which primarily benefit the wealthy, to provide the additional funds necessary for an adequate medicare prescription drug benefit, including assuring that the benefit is comprehensive, with no gaps or excessive cost-sharing, covers all medicare beneficiaries, provides special help for beneficiaries with low income, and does not undermine employer retirement coverage.S. 1054May 15
172 (49-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 663: Breaux Amdt. No. 663; To provide reconciliation pursuant to section 201 of the concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year 2004.S. 1054May 15
171 (50-50)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 664: Nickles Amdt. No. 664; To modify the dividend exclusion provision, and for other purposes.S. 1054May 15
170 (51-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 639: Motion To Waive C.B.A. Sessions Amdt. No. 639; To apply the sunset provision to the revenue increase provisions.S. 1054May 15
169 (48-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 605: Motion To Waive C.B.A. Mikulski Amdt. No. 605; To provide a partially refundable tax credit for caregiving related expenses.S. 1054May 15
168 (44-56)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 615: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Dayton Amdt. No. 615; In the nature of a substitute.S. 1054May 15
167 (46-54)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 656: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Daschle Amdt. No. 656; To create jobs, provide opportunity, and restore prosperity.S. 1054May 15
166 (49-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 611: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Conrad Amdt. No. 611; To make the child tax credit acceleration applicable to 2002.S. 1054May 15
165 (75-25)Agreed toOn the Motion S.Amdt. 622: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Ensign Amdt. No. 622, As Modified; To encourage the investment of foreign earnings within the United States for productive business investments and job creation.S. 1054May 15
164 (49-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 557: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Schumer Amdt. No. 557; To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to make higher education more affordable.S. 1054May 15
163 (46-54)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 620: Motion To Waive C.B.A. Landrieu Amdt. No. 620; To provide pay protection for members of the Reserve and the National Guard, and for other purposes.S. 1054May 15
162 (47-53)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 619: Motion To Waive C.B.A. Landrieu Amdt. No. 619; To provide a a complete substitute.S. 1054May 15
161 (37-61)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 575: Motion To Waive C.B.A, Kyl Amdt. No. 575; To further enhance the denial of deduction for certain fines, penalties, and other amounts.S. 1054May 15
160 (35-65)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 617: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Graham Amdt. No. 617; In the nature of a substitute.S. 1054May 15
159 (44-56)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 614: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Stabenow Amdt. No. 614; To ensure the enactment of a medicare prescription drug benefit.S. 1054May 15
158 (47-52)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 564: Motion to Waive C.B.A. re: Murray Amdt. No. 564; To provide temporary State fiscal relief.S. 1054May 15
157 (95-3)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 596: Collins Amdt. No. 596; To provide temporary State and local fiscal relief.S. 1054May 15
156 (86-12)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 594: Grassley Amdt. No. 594; To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to enhance beneficiary access to quality health care services in rural areas under the medicare program.S. 1054May 15
155 (49-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 587: Motion To Waive C.B.A. Jeffords Amdt. No. 587; To accelerate the elimination of the marriage penalty in the earned income credit.S. 1054May 15
154 (49-50)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 577: Motion To Waive C.B.A. Cantwell Amdt. No. 577; To permanently extend and modify the research and experimentation tax credit and strike the partial exclusion of dividends provision.S. 1054May 15
153 (49-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 578: Motion To Waive Lincoln Amdt. No. 578; To expand the refundability of the child tax credit.S. 1054May 15
152 (50-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 544: Motion To Waive C.B.A. Kennedy Amdt No. 544; To provide for additional weeks of temporary extended unemployment compensation and to provide for a program of temporary enhanced regular unemployment compensation, and for other purposes.S. 1054May 15
151 (47-53)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 570: Motion to Waive C.B.A. Re: Baucus Amdt. No. 570; To ensure that the limit on refundability shall not apply to the additional $400 child credit for 2003, to make the dividend exclusion effective for taxable years beginning in 2003, and to eliminate the increase in the dividend exclusion from 10 percent to 20 percent of dividends over $500.S. 1054May 15
150 (70-30)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 569: Specter Amdt No. 569; To urge the Senate Finance Committee and the Joint Economic Committee to hold hearings and consider legislation providing for a flat tax.S. 1054May 15
149 (49-51)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 556: Motion to Waive C.B.A Dorgan Amdt. No. 556; To repeal the 1993 income tax increase on Social Security benefits and to offset the revenue loss.S. 1054May 15
148 (98-2)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 589: Bunning Amdt. No. 589; To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to repeal the 1993 income tax increase on Social Security benefits.S. 1054May 15
147 (44-53)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 560: Motion to Waive CBA re: Reid Amdt. No. 560; To ensure that Social Security surpluses are not raided in order to fund tax cuts on corporate dividends.S. 1054May 14
146 (90-4)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 113 As Amended; A bill to exclude United States persons from the definition of "foreign power" under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 relating to international terrorism.S. 113May 08
145 (35-59)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 537: Feinstein Amdt. No. 537; In the nature of a substitute.S. 113May 08
144 (52-45)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Nomination Of Priscilla R. Owen, To Be U.S. Circuit Judge For The Fifth CircuitPN11May 08
143 (54-43)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Nomination Of Miguel A. Estrada To Be U.S. Cicuit JudgePN6May 08
142 (96-0)Agreed toOn the Resolution of Ratification: Resolution Of Ratification To Accompany Treaty Doc. 108-4; Protocols to the North Atlantic Treaty of 1949 on the Accession of Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia. These protocols were opened for signature at Brussels on March 26, 2003, and signed that day on behalf of the United States and the other parties to the North Atlantic TreatyTreaty Doc. 108-4May 08
141 (91-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Cecilia M. Altonga Of Florida, To Be United States District JudgePN198May 06
140 (52-39)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Nomination Of Miguel A. Estrada, Of Virginia, To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN6May 05
139 (66-25)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: Deborah L. Cook, Of Ohio, To Be U.S. Circuit Judge For The Sixth CircuitPN5May 05
138 (97-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: Edward C. Prado, of Texas, To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN295May 01
137 (52-44)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture on the Nomination of Pricilla R. Owen, of Texas, to be U.S. Circuit JudgePN11May 01
136 (97-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 196, as Amended; A bill to establish a digital and wireless network technology program, and for other purposes.S. 196Apr 30
135 (52-41)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Jeffrey S. Sutton, of Ohio, to be U.S. Circuit Judge for the Sixth Circuit.PN15Apr 29
134 (50-50)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: H.Con.Res.95 Conference Report ; A concurrent resolution establishing the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2004 and setting forth appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2003 and 2005 through 2013.H.Con.Res. 95Apr 11
133 (72-24)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: Ross Owen Swimmer, Of Oklahoma, To Be Special Trustee, Office or Speical Trustee For American IndiansPN287Apr 10
132 (98-0)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: S. 151 Conference Report; An Act to prevent child abduction and the sexual exploitation of children, and for other purposes.S. 151Apr 10
131 (99-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Richard D. Bennett, of Maryland, to be U.S. District Judge.PN276Apr 09
130 (99-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Dee D. Drell, of Louisiana, to be U.S. District Judge.PN197Apr 09
129 (99-0)Agreed toOn the Resolution: S.Con.Res. 31; A concurrent resolution expressing the outrage of Congress at the treatment of certain American prisoners of war by the Government of Iraq.S.Con.Res. 31Apr 09
128 (95-5)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S.476, as Amended.; An original bill to provide incentives for charitable contributions by individuals and businesses, to improve the public disclosure of activities of exempt organizations, and to enhance the ability of low-income Americans to gain financial security by building assets, and for other purposesS. 476Apr 09
127 (62-38)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 527: Motion to Table Nickles Amdt. No. 527; To exclude 25 percent of gain on sales or exchanges of land or water interests to any nonprofit entity for any charitable purpose.S. 476Apr 09
126 (80-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation, Cormac J. Carney, of California, to be United States District JudgePN19Apr 07
125 (93-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S.762, As Amended; An original bill making supplemental appropriations to support Department of Defense operations in Iraq, Department of Homeland Security, and Related Efforts for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2003, and for other purposes.S. 762Apr 03
124 (67-26)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 455: Kohl Amdt. No. 455; To provide humanitarian food assistance in connection with U.S. activities in Iraq.S. 762Apr 03
123 (51-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 514: Motion to Table Schumer Amdt. No. 514; To increase the appropriation for the Office for Domestic Preparedness, Department of Homeland Security, by $2,330,000,000.S. 762Apr 03
122 (65-32)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 515: Specter Amdt. No. 515; To increase funds for Protection and Preparedness of high threat areas under the Office for Domestic Preparedness.S. 762Apr 03
121 (79-18)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 479: Motion to Table Hollings Amdt. No. 479; To express the sense of the Senate on paying the costs of the war with Iraq.S. 762Apr 03
120 (51-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 508: Motion to Table Byrd Amdt. No. 508; To protect the prerogatives of the Congress in the allocation of homeland security funding.S. 762Apr 03
119 (52-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 494: Motion to Table Breaux Amdt. No. 494.; To allocate additional funds for certain federal homeland security programs.S. 762Apr 03
118 (38-61)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 481: McCain Amdt. No. 481; To remove unauthorized and earmarked appropriations.S. 762Apr 03
117 (50-47)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 472: Motion to Table Boxer Amdt. No. 472; To set aside $30,000,000 for the Department of Homeland Security for research and development and deployment of technology to protect commercial aircraft from the threat posed by man-portable air defense systems.S. 762Apr 03
116 (52-47)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 452: Motion to Table Landrieu Amdt. No. 452; To appropriate $1, 047,000,000 for procurement for the National Guard and Reserves.S. 762Apr 02
115 (52-47)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 445: Motion to Table Hollings Amdt. No. 445; Relative to port security.S. 762Apr 02
114 (55-44)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture on the Nomination of Miguel A. Estrada, of Virginia, to be U.S. Circuit Judge.PN6Apr 02
113 (58-41)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Timothy M. Tymkovich, Colorado, to be U.S. Circuit JudgePN16Apr 01
112 (93-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Nomination, Theresa Lazar Springmann, of Indiana, to be United States District JudgePN277Mar 31
111 (97-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation James V. Selna, of California, to be U.S. District JudgePN278Mar 27
110 (97-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: H.R. 1307, as Amended; A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide a special rule for members of the uniformed services in determining the exclusion of gain from the sale of a principal residence and to restore the tax exempt status of death gratuity payments to members of the uniformed services, and for other purposes.H.R. 1307Mar 27
109 (97-0)Agreed toOn the Concurrent Resolution: S.Con.Res. 30; A concurrent resolution expressing the sense of Congress to commend and express the gratitude of the United States to the nations participating with the United States in the Coalition to Disarm Iraq.S.Con.Res. 30Mar 27
108 (56-44)Agreed toOn the Concurrent Resolution: S.Con.Res. 23, as Amended; An original concurrent resolution setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2004 and including the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal year 2003 and for fiscal years 2005 through 2013.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 26
107 (99-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 431: Lincoln Amdt. No. 431; To express the sense of the Senate regarding extending the $1,000 child credit for three additional years (2011-2013).S.Con.Res. 23Mar 26
106 (48-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 430: Murkowski Amdt. No. 430; To extend the child tax credit until the year 2013.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 26
105 (100-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 429: Landrieu Amdt. No. 429; To provide additional pay and benefits for active duty, guard, and reserve forces, such as augmenting Imminent Danger Pay and Family Separation allowance, and for modernization of equipment, weapons, and technology needs of the National Guard and Reserves in recognition of those currently involved in conflict Operations and the needs of their family members left behind.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 26
104 (47-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 281: Kerry Amdt. No. 281; To increase the budget allocation for programs to combat the global HIV/AIDS epidemic and to reduce the deficit.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 26
103 (28-70)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 409: Dayton Amdt. No. 409; To provide full and mandatory funding for IDEA beginning in FY2004.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 26
102 (51-48)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 382: Cantwell Amdt. No. 382; To restore funding for programs under the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
101 (49-50)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 426: Motion to Waive Bayh Amdt. No. 426; To express the sense of the Senate on low income programs and the income tax on certain Social Security benefits.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
100 (37-62)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 397: Kerry Amdt. No. 397; To provide for a $150 billion revenue stimulus for fiscal years 2003 and 2004 without adding to the long-term debt.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
99 (46-53)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 425: Harkin Amdt. No. 425; To restore education cuts.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
98 (49-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 424: Clinton Amdt. No. 424; To restore funding for vocational education to the fiscal year 2003 level for fiscal years 2004 through 2013.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
97 (43-56)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 408: Lautenberg Amdt. No. 408; To require polluters to pay for cleanup of toxic waste sites, by reinstating the original superfund taxes.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
96 (47-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 423: Corzine Amdt. No. 423; To provide increased funding for environmental protection and natural resources conservation.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
95 (42-57)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 330: Carper Amdt. No. 330; In the nature of a substitute.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
94 (47-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 413: Bunning Amdt. No. 413; To repeal a 1993 tax increase on Social Security benefits.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
93 (51-48)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 420: Breaux Amdt. No. 420; To redirect $396 billion into a reserve fund to strengthen the Social Security trust funds over the long term.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
92 (49-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 418: Clinton Amdt. No. 418; To raise the caps and provide direct first responder funding to localities and for high threat areas through the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Domestic Preparedness in 2003 and 2004, to restore funding for the Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Act ("Byrne Grant" program) and the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Program, and to reduce the deficit, by reducing the size of newly proposed tax cuts.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
91 (48-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 419: Dodd Amdt. No. 419; To increase the budget authority for Federal "FIRE Act" grants and to express the sense of the Senate that from the total funding provided for Federal "FIRE Act" grants, not less than $1,000,000,000 per year will be used for grants to local governments to hire additional firefighters and not less that $750,000,000 per year for the purchase of firefighting equipment and training, and to provide for a reduction in the deficit.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
90 (49-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 417: Bingaman Amdt No. 417; To increase Mandatory Child Care Spending by $4.6 billion over five years and $9.1 billion over ten years by reducing the tax cut.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
89 (49-49)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 396: Harkin Amdt. No. 396; To help rural health care providers and hospitals receive a fair reimbursement for services under Medicare by reducing tax cuts to the wealthiest income brackets.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
88 (47-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 318: Leahy Amdt. No. 318; To increase the level of funding in fiscal year 2004 for first responders by $3,000,000,000 (to a total of $6,500,000,000) to support their efforts to protect homeland security and prevent and respond to acts of terrorism, and to reduce tax reductions for taxpayers with annual incomes greater then $300,000, and to provide an additional $3,000,000,000 for deficit reduction.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
87 (48-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 361: Daschle Amdt. No, 361; To fulfill the U.S. commitment to provide health care to American Indians and Alaska Natives.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
86 (48-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 415: Dodd Amdt. No. 415; To increase funding for after-school programs to the levels promised by the No Child Left Behind Act to serve 1.6 million more children in FY 2004 and to increase funding for Head Start to serve 80 percent of eligible 3 and 4 year olds and increase the number of infants and toddlers served and for deficit reduction.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
85 (48-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 315: Kennedy Amdt. No. 315; To ensure that the budget includes funds to extend temporary unemployment compensation benefits, provides benefits to the million long-term unemployed Americans, and provides benefits to part-time and low-wage workers.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
84 (46-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 412: Byrd Amdt. No. 412y; To foster greater debate in the Senate and to prevent further increases in the deficit by striking the reconciliation instructions to the Committee on Finance.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
83 (43-56)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 411: Conrad Amdt. No. 411; To provide a substitute.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
82 (46-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 348: Baucus Amdt. No. 348; To ensure that a prescription drug benefit is available to all medicare beneficiaries on an equal basis, including those who choose to remain in the current fee-for-service program.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
81 (46-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 324: Lincoln Amdt. No. 324; To allow full access to Tricare for National Guard and Reserve Personnel and their families on a continual basis, offset with reductions to the tax cut.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
80 (96-1)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 401: Specter Amdt. No. 401; To increase discretionary health spending for fiscal year 2004 by $2,800,000,000 and make an offsetting reduction in overall administrative expenses.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 25
79 (79-21)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 358: Bond Amdt. No. 358; To make available funds for certain transportation programs.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
78 (48-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 278: Biden Amdt. No. 278, as Modified; To make available funds for the COPS program.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
77 (51-49)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 387: Byrd Amdt. No. 387; To provide adequate funds for the National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak).S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
76 (38-62)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 339: Breaux Amdt. No. 339, as Modified; To reduce tax cut to $350 billion.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
75 (58-42)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 386: Motion to Table Harkin Amdt. No. 386.; To reduce the reconciliation instruction by $375 billion, reduce the size of tax cuts allowed by $980 billion and to reduce deficits by $1.1 Trillion.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
74 (49-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 385: Dorgan Amdt. No. 385; To increase FY 2004 funding for the discretionary programs of the Department of Veterans Affairs by $1,019,000,000, so it matches the level proposed by a coalition of veterans groups in the Independent Budget; to decrease the deficit by a similar amount; and to use the unreconciled tax cut to pay for it.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
73 (48-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 381: Clinton Amdt. No. 381; To raise the 2003 caps by $3.5 billion for homeland security funding through a Domestic Defense Fund at the Homeland Security's Office of Domestic Preparedness in FY 2003 and to reduce the size of newly proposed tax cuts in the amount of $7 billion to pay for this amendment and for the cost of previously passed homeland security funding.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
72 (45-54)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 349: Mikulski Amdt. No. 349; To revise the resolution to accommodate in reconciliations legislation a partially refundable tax credit of up to $5,000 for eligible expenses for individuals with long term or chronic care needs or their family caregivers who pay these expenses; in which "eligible expenses" shall include prescription drugs, medical bills, durable medical equipment, home health care custodial care, respite care, adult day care, transportation to chronic care or medical facilities, specialized therapy (including occupational therapy, physical therapy, or rehabilitational therapy), other specialized services for children (including day care for children with special needs) and other long term care related expenses as defined by the Secretary of Health and Human Services; and in which "individuals with long term or chronic care needs" of daily living, individuals with severe cognitive impairment, individualS.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
71 (89-10)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 377: Gregg Amdt. No. 377; To increase funding for part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act by reducing spending on other government programs by a commensurate amount.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
70 (47-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 376: Conrad Amdt. No. 376; To provide full funding for the individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) part B grants over ten years by reducing tax breaks for the wealthiest tax payers.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
69 (22-77)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 265: Hollings Amdt. No. 265; To eliminate tax cuts.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
68 (46-53)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 300: Lautenberg Amdt. No. 300; To restore national security funding.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
67 (52-47)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 270: Feingold Amdt. No. 270; To set aside a reserve fund for possible military action and reconstruction in Iraq.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
66 (97-0)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 369: Cochran Amdt. No. 369; To make additional funds available for certain homeland security needs.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
65 (45-54)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 299: Schumer Amdt. No. 299; To provide immediate assistance to meet pressing homeland security needs by providing funding in 2003 for first responders, port security, bioterrorism preparedness and prevention, border security and transit security, the FBI; to restore the elimination of funding of the COPS program, firefighter equipment grants, Byrne Grants and Local Law enforcement grants; to provide a sustained commitment of resources for homeland security needs without reducing funding to other key domestic law enforcement and public safety priorities; and to reduce the deficit.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 21
64 (80-19)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 275: Rockefeller Amdt. No. 275; To express the sense of the Senate concerning State fiscal relief.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 20
63 (55-44)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 294: Motion to Table Graham (FL) Amdt. No. 294; To provide a meaningful prescription drug benefit in Medicare that is available to all beneficiaries.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 20
62 (51-48)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 288: Kyl Amdt. No. 288, as Modified; To provide financial security to family farm and small business owners by ending the unfair practice of taxing someone at death.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 20
61 (99-0)Agreed toOn the Resolution: S.Res. 95; A resolution commending the President and the Armed Forces of the United States of America.S.Res. 95Mar 20
60 (50-48)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 284: Motion to Table Murray Amdt. No. 284; To fully fund the No Child Left Behind Act in 2004 and reduce debt by reducing tax breaks for the wealthiest taxpayers.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 19
59 (52-48)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 272: Boxer Amdt. No. 272.; To prevent consideration of drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in a fast-track budget reconciliation bill.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 19
58 (57-42)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 266: Motion to Table Conrad Amdt. No. 266; To redirect $1.214 trillion in revenues that would have been lost by implementing the President's entire tax cut agenda into a reserve fund to strengthen the Social Security trust funds over the long-term.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 18
57 (43-56)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 264: Motion to Waive CBA Re: Conrad Amdt. No. 264; To prevent further deficit increases, except for national and homeland security and short-term effects of measures providing for economic recovery, until the President submits to Congress a detailed estimate of the full cost of the conflict with Iraq.S.Con.Res. 23Mar 18
56 (55-45)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion to Invoke Cloture on the Nomination of Miguel A. Estrada to be U.S. Circuit Judge.PN6Mar 18
55 (92-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation J. Daniel Breen, Of Tennessee, To Be U.S. District JudgePN18Mar 13
54 (74-19)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmantion Jay S. Bybee, Of Nevada, To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN4Mar 13
53 (55-42)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Nomination Of Miguel A. Estrada, Of Virginia, To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN6Mar 13
52 (97-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Thomas A. Varlan, Of Tennessee, To Be U.S. District JudgePN31Mar 13
51 (64-33)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 3 As Amended; A bill to prohibit the procedure commonly known as partial-birth abortion.S. 3Mar 13
50 (91-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation William D. Quarles, Jr. Of Maryland To Be U.S. District JudgePN29Mar 12
49 (35-60)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 261: Feinstein Amdt. No. 261; In the nature of a substitute.S. 3Mar 12
48 (52-46)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 260: Harkin Amdt. No. 260; To express the sense of the Senate concerning the decision of the Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade.S. 3Mar 12
47 (42-56)RejectedOn the Motion: Boxer Motion To Commit S. 3 To The Judiciary Committee With Instructions; A bill to prohibit the procedure commonly known as partial-birth abortion.S. 3Mar 12
46 (60-38)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 259: Motion To Table Durbin Amdt. No. 259 As Modified; In the nature of a substitute.S. 3Mar 12
45 (49-47)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 258: Motion To Waive C.B.A. RE: Murray Amdt. No. 258; To improve the availability of contraceptives for women.S. 3Mar 11
44 (91-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Gregory L. Frost, Of Ohio, To Be U.S. District JudgePN23Mar 10
43 (95-0)Agreed toOn the Resolution of Ratification: Treaty Document 107-8 Resolution Of Ratification; The Treaty Between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on Strategic Offensive Reductions, Signed at Moscow on May 24, 2002Treaty Doc. 107-8Mar 06
42 (45-50)RejectedOn the Amendment: Kerry Amdt. No. 255; To provide an additional condition.Treaty Doc. 107-8Mar 06
41 (44-50)RejectedOn the Amendment: Levin Amdt. No. 252 As Modified; To provide an additional condition requiring notice and consultations prior to withdrawal from, or extension of, the Treaty.Treaty Doc. 107-8Mar 06
40 (55-44)RejectedOn the Cloture Motion: Motion To Invoke Cloture On The Nomination Of Miguel A. Estrada To Be U.S. Circuit JudgePN6Mar 06
39 (94-0)Agreed toOn the Resolution: S. Res. 71 As Amended; A resolution expressing the support for the Pledge of Allegiance.S.Res. 71Mar 04
38 (89-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation of Marian Blank Horn, of Maryland, to be a Judge of The U.S. Court of Federal ClaimsPN35Mar 03
37 (74-1)Agreed toOn the Motion for Attendance: Motion To Instruct Sergeant At ArmsPN6Feb 27
36 (73-1)Agreed toOn the Motion for Attendance: Motion To Instruct Sergeant At ArmsPN6Feb 26
35 (84-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 151, As Amended; An Act to prevent child abduction and the sexual exploitation of children, and for other purposes.S. 151Feb 24
34 (76-20)Agreed toOn the Conference Report: Conference Report, H.J.Res.2; Joint Resolution making consolidated appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2003, and for other purposes.H.J.Res. 2Feb 13
33 (91-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Robert A. Junell, Of Texas, To Be U.S. District JudgePN26Feb 10
32 (94-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation: S. James Otero, Of California, To Be U.S. District JudgePN28Feb 10
31 (91-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation John R. Adams, Of Ohio, To Be U.S. Ditrict JudgePN17Feb 10
30 (95-0)Agreed toOn the Resolution: S. Res. 45; A resolution commemorating the Columbia Astronauts.S.Res. 45Feb 05
29 (99-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Gordon England, of Texas, to be Deputy Secretary of Homeland SecurityPN2Jan 30
28 (69-29)PassedOn the Joint Resolution: H.J.Res. 2; Joint Resolution making consolidated appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2003, and for other purposes.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
27 (53-45)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 192: Motion to Table Lautenberg Amdt. No. 192; To increase the appropriation for the Hazardous Substance Superfund.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
26 (47-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 247: Mikulski Amdt. No. 247; To prohibit funds to be used to establish, apply, or enforce certain goals relating to Federal employees and public-private competitions or work force conversions, and for other purposes.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
25 (50-48)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 246: Thomas Amdt. No. 246; To propose a substitute.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
24 (50-48)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 108: Motion to Table Cantwell Amdt. No. 108; To increase appropriations for workforce investment activities.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
23 (67-30)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 230: Motion to Table McCain Amdt. No. 230; To reduce the total construction general account in the Corps of Engineers, Flood Control, Mississippi River and Tributaries, etc., account by $14,750,000 and restore the appropriation for the Yazoo Basin Backwater Pumping Plant to the $250,000 level recommended by the President.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
22 (62-34)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 214: Motion To Table McCain Amdt. No. 214; To require completion of the feasibility study required by Public Law 105-245, and the other requirements of that law relating to construction of an emergency outlet at Devils Lake, North Dakota, before any appropriated funds are spent for the project.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
21 (41-56)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 89: Motion to Waive CBA Re: Clinton Amdt. No. 89; To improve health care under the medicare and medicaid programs.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
20 (51-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 123: Motion to Table Kennedy Amdt. No. 123; To increase funding for reducing health disparities and promoting minority health.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
19 (36-61)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 200: Feingold Amdt. No. 200; To restrict funds made available for IMET assistance for Indonesian military personnel to "Expanded International Military Education and Training" assistance unless certain conditions are met.H.J.Res. 2Jan 23
18 (64-31)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 68: Motion To Table Specter Amdt. No. 68; To provide special minimum funding requirements for certain pension plans maintained pursuant to collective bargaining agreements.H.J.Res. 2Jan 22
17 (48-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 97: Motion To Table Nelson(FL) Amdt. No. 97; To make additional appropriations for emergency relief activities.H.J.Res. 2Jan 22
16 (39-56)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 79: Daschle Amdt. No. 79; To provide emergency disaster assistance to agricultural producers.H.J.Res. 2Jan 22
15 (59-35)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 204: Cochran Amdt. No. 204; To provide agricultural assistance.H.J.Res. 2Jan 22
14 (45-49)RejectedOn the Motion S.Amdt. 40: Motion To Waive C.B.A. RE: Reed Amdt. No. 40; To expend the Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation Act of 2002.H.J.Res. 2Jan 22
13 (94-0)ConfirmedOn the Nomination: Confirmation Thomas J. Ridge, of Pennsylvania, to be Secretary of Homeland Security.PN1Jan 22
12 (46-50)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 67: Edwards Amdt. No. 67; To require a study of the final rule relating to prevention of significant deterioration and nonattainment new source review to determine the effects of the final rule on air pollution and human health.H.J.Res. 2Jan 22
11 (51-45)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 86: Inhofe Amdt. No. 86, As Modified; To provide for a study by the National Academy of Sciences.H.J.Res. 2Jan 22
10 (88-4)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 27: Reed Amdt. No. 27; To provide additional amounts for low-income home energy assistance.H.J.Res. 2Jan 21
9 (92-0)PassedOn Passage of the Bill: S. 121; A bill to enhance the operation of the AMBER Alert communications network in order to facilitate the recovery of abducted children, to provide for enhanced notification on highways of alerts and information on such children, and for other purposes.S. 121Jan 21
8 (62-33)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 44: Motion To Table McCain Amdt. No. 44; To strike section 211 of Division B.H.J.Res. 2Jan 17
7 (46-52)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 36: Byrd Amendment No. 36; To nullify all across-the-board rescissions contained in this joint resolution.H.J.Res. 2Jan 17
6 (52-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Table S.Amdt. 32: Motion To Table Harkin Amdt. No. 32; To restore funding for nondiscretionary Byrne grants to a level of $500,000,000.H.J.Res. 2Jan 17
5 (46-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 13: Kennedy Amdt. No. 13; To provide additional funding for education.H.J.Res. 2Jan 16
4 (52-45)Agreed toOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 19: Gregg Amdt. No. 19; To provide additional funding for innovative programs at the state and local level.H.J.Res. 2Jan 16
3 (45-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 8: Byrd Amendment No. 8; To provide additional funds for certain homeland security measures.H.J.Res. 2Jan 16
2 (45-51)RejectedOn the Amendment S.Amdt. 2: Byrd Amendment No. 2; To provide additional funds for certain homeland security measures.H.J.Res. 2Jan 16
1 (51-46)Agreed toOn the Motion to Adjourn: Motion to Adjournn/aJan 07