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Bernie Sanders voted NO to the Enhance AMBER Alert which received overwhelming support from Democrats and Republicans

Vetting Bernie Sanders. In 2003 Bernard Sanders (Bernie) voted against the Enhance AMBER Alert bill of 2003. The Bill passed by an overwhelming majority 400-25 with Bernie Sanders being among only a handful of House members voting against the bill. In the Senate all those of the Democratic Party and Republicans Party voted YES to the bill.

I guess it should come needless to say I was not impressed with Bernie Sanders excuse for voting NO to the Enhance AMBER Alert bill of 2003.

Bernie Sanders Voted NO on establishing nationwide AMBER alert system for missing kids.

The reason Bernie Sanders gave for his voting against the Enhance AMBER Alert bill of 2003 was because there was a sentencing provision in-spite the fact Congress has a common history of minimum sentences for various crimes. Bernie Sanders thought this was unconstitutional.

Should there be any surprise that a child abductors may cross state lines. Understandable Congress would make a federal law that regardless of the state the punishment would the crime of kidnapping. I can’t imagine that a majority of citizens would want to be that state with so little in regulations to persecute a child abductor that they became hotbed for child abductors to flee to.

So yes Congress is correct in providing a provision concerning sentencing, and Sanders was wrong.

Bernie Sanders excuse makes no sense because in 1994 when Bill Clinton was office he voted for yes to the ‘Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994’. In the the ‘Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994’ it provides mandatory sentencing and yet some how that was the excuse Bernie Sanders gave for voting against the Enhanced Amber Alert.

Some Highlights of the ‘Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994’:
Requires a mandatory life sentence in prison to any individual who is convicted of committing their third serious violent or drug-related crime.
Increases the number of crimes subject to the death penalty, including crimes where no one is killed.
Prohibits the imposition of the death penalty on the basis of race, religion, national origin, or sex.
Reduces the age at which a juvenile may be tried as an adult in court for committing a violent crime from 15 years of age to 13.
$13.5 billion for the development, expansion, modification, and operation of prisons.
$9.04 billion for crime prevention and rehabilitation programs.
$3.45 billion for an increase in police presence, hiring and training officers, and developing cooperative efforts between law enforcement agencies and local citizens.
Incorporated into HR 3355 during conference. See HR 3355 for further action.

A brief summary of the Amber Alert Alert bill is as follow:
Vote to adopt the conference report on the bill that would assign a national coordinator for AMBER alerts. AMBER alerts is an alert system for missing children, make available additional protections for children and set stricter punishments for sex offenders. Two-time child sex offenders would be subjected to mandatory life sentence. The measure would make it a crime to pander visual illustrations of children as child pornography. It would increase maximum sentences for a number of specified crimes against children. It would also make it a crime to take a trip to foreign countries and engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor. It also would enlarge law enforcement’s wiretap and electronic surveillance abilities in investigations of child pornography.
Reference: Child Abduction Prevention Act; Bill S 151 ; vote number 2003-127 on Apr 10, 2003
Before coming a Senator, Bernard (Bernie) Sanders served in the House.

Below you will see entire Bill text and also a complete list of those House members votes for the ‘Enhance AMBER Alert bill of 2003’.

Shown Here:
Public Law No: 108-21 (04/30/2003)

(This measure has not been amended since the Conference Report was filed in the House on April 9, 2003. The summary of that version is repeated here.)
Prosecutorial Remedies and Other Tools to end the Exploitation of Children Today Act of 2003 or PROTECT Act – Title I: Sanctions and Offenses – (Sec. 101) Amends the Federal criminal code to: (1) make the authorized term of supervised release after imprisonment any term of years or life for kidnaping involving a minor and for other specified felony offenses (aggravated sexual abuse, sexual abuse, abusive sexual contact, sexual exploitation of children, selling or buying of children, certain activities relating to material involving the sexual exploitation of minors and material constituting or containing child pornography, production of sexually explicit depictions of a minor for importation into the United States, transportation for illegal sexual activity, coercion and enticement to engage in criminal sexual activity, transportation of minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity or in a sexual act with a juvenile, or use of interstate facilities to transmit information about a minor with intent to solicit any person to engage in criminal sexual activity) (listed offenses); (2) include aggravated child abuse and child torture murders within the scope of the definition of first degree murder; and (3) increase penalties for sexual exploitation and other abuse of children, for transportation for illegal sexual activity and related crimes, and for kidnaping children.

(Sec. 105) Expands the prohibitions on, and increases penalties for, traveling in or into the United States or in foreign commerce to engage in illicit sexual conduct.

(Sec. 106) Provides for mandatory life imprisonment of a person convicted of a Federal sex offense against a minor if the person has a prior sex conviction in which a minor was the victim, unless a death sentence is imposed. Provides an exception if: (1) the sexual act or activity was consensual and not for commercial or pecuniary gain; (2) the act or activity would not be punishable by more than one year imprisonment under the law of that State; or (3) no sexual act or activity occurred.

(Sec.107) Establishes criminal liability for attempting to remove a child from the United States with intent to obstruct the lawful exercise of parental rights.

(Sec. 108) Directs the Attorney General to establish a pilot program for volunteer organizations to obtain national and State criminal history background checks on their volunteers through a 10-fingerprint check utilizing State criminal records and the Integrated Automated Finger Print Identification System of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Requires the Attorney General to designate three States as participants in an 18-month State pilot program. Outlines program procedures.

Directs the Attorney General to establish an 18-month Child Safety Pilot Program for processing 100,000 10-fingerprint check requests from eligible organizations. Outlines Program procedures, requiring the volunteer organizations to eventually determine whether a child care provider or child services volunteer has a criminal history record that renders the person unfit to provide such care or services. Allows each volunteer submitting to a fingerprint check to: (1) obtain a copy of their criminal history record report; and (2) challenge its accuracy and completeness. Authorizes appropriations to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for FY 2004 and 2005.

Requires the Attorney General to: (1) conduct a feasibility study for a system of background checks on volunteers, employees, and other individuals; and (2) provide Congress an interim and final report, the latter of which may include a proposal for grants to develop or improve programs to collect fingerprints and perform background checks on individuals that seek to volunteer with organizations that work with children, the elderly, or the disabled.

Title II: Investigations and Prosecutions – (Sec. 201) Authorizes the interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications in the investigation of kidnaping, sex trafficking, specified sex offenses against children, or transportation for illegal sexual activity.

(Sec. 202) Eliminates statutes of limitations for child abduction or the sexual or physical abuse of a child.

(Sec. 203) Bars pretrial release of persons charged with specified offenses against or involving children.

(Sec. 204) Requires Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies to report each case of a missing child under age 21 (currently, 18) reported to them to the National Crime Information Center.

Title III: Public Outreach – Subtitle A: AMBER Alert – (Sec. 301) Directs the Attorney General to assign a national AMBER Alert Coordinator. Requires the Coordinator, by March 1, 2005, to submit to Congress a report on the Coordinator’s activities and the effectiveness and status of the AMBER plans of each State that has implemented such a plan.

(Sec. 302) Directs the Coordinator to establish minimum standards for the issuance of alerts and the extent of alert dissemination, which shall provide that: (1) appropriate information relating to the special needs of an abducted child (including health care needs) is disseminated to the appropriate law enforcement, public health, and other public officials; and (2) the dissemination of an alert through the AMBER Alert communications network is limited to the geographic areas most likely to facilitate the recovery of the abducted child concerned.

(Sec. 303) Requires the Secretary of Transportation to carry out a program to provide grants to States for the development or enhancement of notification or communications systems along highways for alerts for the recovery of abducted children, including grants for State programs for the use of changeable message signs or other motorist information systems to notify motorists about abductions. Limits the Federal share to 80 percent of the cost of funded activities. Authorizes appropriations for FY 2004. Directs the Secretary to study and report to Congress on State barriers to the adoption and implementation of programs for the use of such systems.

(Sec. 304) Requires the Attorney General to carry out a program to provide grants to States for the development or enhancement of programs and activities for the support of AMBER Alert communications plans. Limits the Federal share to 50 percent of the cost of funded activities. Authorizes appropriations for FY 2004.

(Sec. 305) Provides civil immunity for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) for any action undertaken in cooperation with, or at the direction of, a Federal law enforcement agency.

Subtitle B: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – (Sec. 321) Authorizes increased appropriations for the NCMEC for FY 2004 and 2005.

(Sec. 322) Authorizes Secret Service officers and agents, at the request of any State or local law enforcement agency or of the NCMEC, to provide forensic and investigative assistance in support of any investigation involving missing or exploited children.

(Sec. 323) Amends the Missing Children’s Assistance Act to coordinate the operation of a cyber tipline to allow online users to report Internet-related child sexual exploitation.

Subtitle C: Sex Offender Apprehension Program – (Sec. 341) Authorizes the use of COPS (Cops on the Beat, community policing) grants to assist a State in enforcing a convicted sex offender registration law.

Subtitle D: Missing Children Procedures in Public Buildings – Code Adam Act of 2003 – (Sec. 363) Requires the designated authority for a public building to establish procedures for locating a child who is missing in the building. Directs that procedures established under this section provide, at a minimum, for: (1) notifying security personnel that a child is missing; (2) obtaining a detailed description of the child; (3) issuing a Code Adam alert and providing a description of the child using a fast and effective means of communication; (4) establishing a central point of contact; (5) monitoring all points of egress from the building while such alert is in effect; (6) conducting a thorough search of the building; (7) contacting local law enforcement; and (8) documenting the incident.

Subtitle E: Child Advocacy Center Grants – (Sec. 381) Amends the Victims of Child Abuse Act of 1990 to extend through FY 2004 and 2005 the authorization of appropriations under such Act.

Title IV: Sentencing Reform – (Sec. 401) Requires a court, in sentencing a defendant convicted of an offense involving a minor victim, to impose a sentence within the Federal sentencing guidelines range for that offense unless the court finds that: (1) there exists an aggravating circumstance of a kind or to a degree not adequately taken into consideration by the U.S. Sentencing Commission (Commission) in formulating its guidelines that should result in a sentence greater than that described; (2) there exists a mitigating circumstance of a kind or to a degree that has been affirmatively and specifically identified in the sentencing guidelines or policy statements as a permissible ground of downward departure (imposition of a sentence below the range established by such guidelines) taking into account any amendments to such guidelines or policy statements by Congress, has not been taken into consideration by the Commission in formulating its guidelines, and should result in a different sentence; or (3) the defendant has provided substantial assistance in the investigation or prosecution of another person that should result in a sentence lower than that described. Requires a court, in determining whether a circumstance was adequately taken into consideration, to consider only the sentencing guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary of the Commission, together with any amendments thereto by act of Congress.

Amends the Federal Sentencing Guidelines to allow a sentencing court to impose a sentence below the authorized range only if the court finds that there is a mitigating circumstance of a kind or to a degree that: (1) has been affirmatively and specifically identified as a permissible ground of downward departure in the sentencing guidelines or policy statements, taking into account any amendments thereto by act of Congress; (2) has not been adequately taken into consideration by the Commission in formulating its guidelines; and (3) should result in a sentence different from that described. Makes such grounds the sole permissible grounds for downward departure. Sets forth policy statements regarding specific offender characteristics as grounds for downward departure (including, under specified circumstances, age and extraordinary physical impairment, but excluding drug, alcohol, or gambling dependence or abuse).

Requires the court, at the time of sentencing, to state the reasons for imposition of a particular sentence (current law) and to include such reasons in the written order of judgment and commitment, except to the extent the court relies on in camera statements. Authorizes appellate review of a sentence that is outside the applicable guideline range: (1) if the district court failed to provide such written statement; or (2) the departure is based on an impermissible factor or to an unreasonable degree.

Prohibits a court, upon remand, from imposing a sentence outside the applicable guidelines except upon a ground that was: (1) specifically and affirmatively included in the prior written statement of reasons for a sentence; and (2) was upheld by the court of appeals as a permissible ground of departure.

Modifies the Guidelines Manual of the Commission to allow one additional offense level reduction when: (1) a defendant timely notifies authorities of the intention of entering a plea of guilty, thereby avoiding the need for government preparation for trial; and (2) the government enters a formal motion for such reduction at the time of sentencing.

Requires the Chief Judge of each district court to ensure that the report submitted to the Commission by the sentencing court within 30 days following entry of judgment in every criminal case includes: (1) the judgment and commitment order; (2) the statement of reasons for the sentence imposed (including the reason for any departure from the otherwise applicable guideline range); (3) any plea agreement; (4) the indictment or other charging document; and (5) the pre-sentence report. Directs the Commission: (1) upon request, to make available to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees the written reports and all underlying records accompanying those reports, as well as other records received from courts; and (2) to submit to Congress at least annually an analysis of these documents, any recommendations for legislation that the Commission concludes is warranted by that analysis, and an accounting of those districts that the Commission believes have not submitted the appropriate information and documents required.

Considers a defendant to have engaged in a pattern of activity involving prohibited sexual conduct if, on at least two separate occasions, such defendant engaged in such conduct with a minor. (Current law requires such conduct on at least two separate occasions with at least two different minors.)

Provides for specified offense level increases if the offense involved: (1) material that portrays sadistic or masochistic conduct or other depictions of violence (up four levels); and (2) specified numbers of images (up from two to five levels).

Requires the Attorney General to report to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees: (1) not later than 15 days after a district court’s grant of a downward departure in any case other than one involving such a departure for substantial assistance to authorities, setting forth the case, the facts involved, the identity of the district court judge, the district court’s stated reasons, whether the court provided the United States with advance notice of its intention to depart, the position of the parties with respect to the departure, and whether the United States has filed or intends to file a motion for reconsideration; and (2) not later than five days after the Solicitor General decides whether to authorize an appeal of the departure, informing the committees of the decision and the basis for it.

Requires the Commission to review the grounds of downward departure authorized by the sentencing guidelines, policy statements, and official commentary, and promulgate: (1) appropriate amendments to ensure that the incidence of downward departures are substantially reduced; (2) a policy statement authorizing a downward departure of not more than four levels if the government files a motion for such departure pursuant to an authorized early disposition program; and (3) any other necessary conforming amendments.

Title V: Obscenity and Pornography – Subtitle A: Child Obscenity and Pornography Prevention – (Sec. 502) Allows as an affirmative defense to the charge of virtual child pornography only that: (1) the alleged pornography was produced using only actual persons all of whom were adults; or (2) the alleged pornography was not produced using any actual minors.

Prohibits: (1) making a visual depiction that is a digital image, computer image, or computer-generated image of, or that is indistinguishable from an image of, a minor engaging in specified sexually explicit conduct; (2) knowingly advertising, promoting, presenting, distributing, or soliciting through the mails or in commerce, including by computer, any material that is or contains an obscene visual depiction of a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct or a visual depiction of an actual minor engaging in such conduct; (3) knowingly distributing, offering, sending, or providing to a minor any such visual depiction using the mails or commerce, including by computer, for purposes of inducing or persuading a minor to participate in an illegal act; and (4) knowingly producing, distributing, receiving, or possessing with intent to distribute a visual depiction of any kind, including a drawing, cartoon, sculpture, or painting, that, under specified circumstances, depicts a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct and is obscene, or depicts an image that is or appears to be of a minor engaging in such conduct and such depiction lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.

(Sec. 505) Makes certain information identifying minors depicted in child pornography, other than age, inadmissible and subject to redaction from any otherwise admissible evidence in any prosecution.

(Sec. 506) Sets penalties for using or inducing a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct outside of the United States in order to produce any visual depiction of such conduct for transportation to the United States.

(Sec. 507) Provides enhanced penalties under the Federal criminal code and the Uniform Code of Military Justice for recidivists with respect to child pornography, sexual abuse, and transportation for illegal sexual activity and related crimes.

(Sec. 508) Amends the Victims of Child Abuse Act of 1990 to authorize a provider of electronic communication or remote computing services that reasonably believes it has obtained knowledge of facts and circumstances indicating a State criminal law child pornography violation to disclose such information to an appropriate State or local law enforcement official. Authorizes the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to forward to such an official any report of facts or circumstances indicating a violation of child pornography prohibitions by a provider of electronic communication service or remote computing services.

(Sec. 509) Amends provisions regarding transactional information that may be obtained through an administrative subpoena issued with respect to the sexual exploitation or abuse of children, in order to be consistent with provisions regarding required disclosure of customer communications or records.

(Sec. 510) Authorizes civil remedies, including injunctive relief and punitive damages, for child pornography offenses.

(Sec. 511) Revises record-keeping requirements to include computer-generated images, digital images, and pictures of visual depictions.

Directs the Attorney General to: (1) report to Congress detailing the number of times since January 1993 that the Department of Justice has inspected the records of any producer of materials with respect to sexual abuse and other exploitation of children; and (2) indicate the number of violations prosecuted as a result of those inspections.

(Sec. 512) Directs the Commission to review and, as appropriate, amend the Federal sentencing guidelines to ensure that guideline penalties are adequate to deter and punish conduct that involves: (1) interstate travel with the intent to engage in a sexual act with a juvenile; and (2) promoting material believed to contain obscene visual depictions of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct.

(Sec. 513) Directs the Attorney General to appoint 25 additional trial attorneys for investigation and prosecution of Federal child pornography laws. Authorizes appropriations. Requires the Attorney General to report biennially to specified congressional officials on Federal enforcement actions, including an outcome-based measure of performance and an analysis of the technology being used by the child pornography industry.

Subtitle B: Truth in Domain Names – Prohibits knowingly using a misleading domain name with the intent to: (1) deceive a person into viewing obscenity on the Internet; or (2) deceive a minor into viewing on the Internet material that is harmful to minors.

Title VI: Miscellaneous Provisions – Mandates that any person age 18 or older who intentionally uses a minor to commit a crime of violence shall be subject to twice the maximum term of imprisonment and fine otherwise authorized for the first conviction, and three times such term and fine for subsequent convictions.

(Sec. 602) Expresses the sense of Congress that: (1) the Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section of the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice should focus its investigative and prosecutorial efforts on major producers, distributors, and sellers of obscene material and child pornography that use misleading methods to market their material to children; and (2) the online commercial adult entertainment industry should voluntarily refrain from placing obscenity, child pornography, or material that is harmful to minors on the front pages of their website.

(Sec. 603) Amends the Communications Act of 1934 to make it unlawful to use a telephone device to make or solicit transmission of child pornography to adults and minors.

(Sec. 604) Amends the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 to require the release of information concerning persons registered as sex offenders to also include the maintenance of an Internet web site containing such information. Requires the Crimes Against Children Section of the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice to create a national Internet site that links all such State Internet sites.

(Sec. 605) Includes within the crimes against children and sexually violent offender registration program persons convicted of crimes relating to the production and distribution of child pornography. Authorizes appropriations to the Department of Justice for FY 2004 through 2007 for such purpose.

(Sec. 606) Authorizes appropriations for FY 2004 through 2007 for grants to States for costs of compliance with new sex offender registration requirements.

(Sec. 607) Secure Authentication Feature and Enhanced Identification Defense Act of 2003 or SAFE ID Act – Provides criminal penalties for: (1) counterfeiting or altering authentication features (halogens, symbols, codes) for the purpose of creating or using false personal identifications; and (2) trafficking in such features without authorization of the issuing authority.

(Sec. 608) Illicit Drug Anti-Proliferation Act of 2003 – Amends the Controlled Substances Act to make it unlawful to lease, rent, or use (currently, only to open and maintain) a place for manufacturing, distributing, or using a controlled substance, or to manage or control a place for such use. Provides civil penalties and equitable relief for violations.

Directs the Sentencing Commission to review and consider increasing the penalties for offenses involving gamma hydroxybutyric acid (a “club drug” often used to facilitate sexual assault).

Authorizes appropriations to the Drug Enforcement Administration for: (1) the hiring of a special agent in each State to serve as a Demand Reduction Coordinator; and (2) educating youth, parents, and other interested adults about club drugs.

(Sec. 609) Revises Federal criminal law prohibiting terrorist attacks and other acts of violence against mass transportation systems to define “vehicle” for such purposes as any carriage or other contrivance used, or capable of being used, for transportation on land, water, or through the air.

(Sec. 610) Authorizes Federal prosecutors to issue an indictment identifying an unknown defendant by a DNA profile, within the five-year statute of limitations. Tolls such statute until the defendant is actually identified through DNA profile.

(Sec. 611) Amends the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 to direct the Attorney General, in consultation with the Director of the Violence Against Women Office of the Department of Justice, to award grants to States, local governments, Indian tribes, and other organizations to carry out programs to provide assistance to minors, adults, and their dependents: (1) who are homeless or in need of transitional housing as a result of fleeing a situation of domestic violence; and (2) for whom emergency shelter services or other crisis intervention services are unavailable or insufficient. Limits such assistance to 18-months per individual, with a waiver allowing an additional six-month period for an individual who has made a good-faith effort but has been unable to acquire permanent housing. Requires the Attorney General to report annually to the judiciary committees on the grant program. Authorizes appropriations for FY 2004 through 2008.
VT At-Large Rep. Bernard ‘Bernie’ Sanders Independent Nay

State District Name Party Vote
AK At-Large Rep. Don E. Young Republican Yea
AL 1 Rep. Josiah Robins ‘Jo’ Bonner Jr. Republican Yea
AL 2 Rep. Terry Everett Republican Yea
AL 3 Rep. Michael Dennis ‘Mike’ Rogers Republican Yea
AL 4 Rep. Robert B. Aderholt Republican Yea
AL 5 Rep. Robert E. ‘Bud’ Cramer Democratic Yea
AL 6 Rep. Spencer T. Bachus Republican Yea
AL 7 Rep. Artur Davis Democratic Yea
AR 1 Rep. Robert Marion Berry Democratic Yea
AR 2 Rep. Victor F. ‘Vic’ Snyder Democratic Yea
AR 3 Rep. John N. Boozman Republican Yea
AR 4 Rep. Michael Avery ‘Mike’ Ross Democratic Yea
AS Delegate Rep. Eni FH Faleomavaega Democratic NA
AZ 1 Rep. Richard ‘Rick’ Renzi Republican Yea
AZ 3 Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva Democratic Yea
AZ 3 Rep. John B. Shadegg Republican Yea
AZ 5 Rep. John David ‘J.D.’ Hayworth Jr. Republican Yea
AZ 6 Rep. Jeff Flake Republican Yea
AZ 7 Rep. Edward López ‘Ed’ Pastor Democratic Yea
AZ 8 Rep. Trent Franks Republican Yea
AZ 8 Rep. James T. ‘Jim’ Kolbe Republican Yea
CA 2 Rep. Walter ‘Wally’ Herger Jr. Republican Yea
CA 3 Rep. Doug Ose Yea
CA 4 Rep. John T. Doolittle Republican Yea
CA 5 Rep. Michael C. ‘Mike’ Thompson Democratic Yea
CA 5 Rep. Robert T. Matsui Yea
CA 6 Rep. Lynn C. Woolsey Democratic Yea
CA 10 Rep. Ellen O. Tauscher Democratic Yea
CA 11 Rep. Richard W. Pombo Republican Yea
CA 11 Rep. George Miller Democratic Yea
CA 12 Rep. Nancy Pelosi Democratic Yea
CA 12 Rep. Tom Lantos Democratic Yea
CA 13 Rep. Fortney H. ‘Pete’ Stark Democratic Nay
CA 13 Rep. Barbara J. Lee Democratic Nay
CA 17 Rep. Michael M. ‘Mike’ Honda Democratic Yea
CA 18 Rep. Anna G. Eshoo Democratic Yea
CA 18 Rep. Dennis A. Cardoza Democratic Yea
CA 19 Rep. George P. Radanovich Republican Yea
CA 19 Rep. Zoe Lofgren Democratic Yea
CA 20 Rep. Samuel ‘Sam’ Farr Democratic Yea
CA 20 Rep. Calvin M. ‘Cal’ Dooley Did Not Vote
CA 22 Rep. Devin G. Nunes Republican Yea
CA 22 Rep. William M. ‘Bill’ Thomas Republican Yea
CA 24 Rep. Lois Capps Democratic Yea
CA 24 Rep. Elton W. Gallegly Republican Yea
CA 25 Rep. Howard P. ‘Buck’ McKeon Republican Yea
CA 26 Rep. David T. Dreier Republican Yea
CA 28 Rep. Adam B. Schiff Democratic Yea
CA 28 Rep. Howard L. Berman Democratic Yea
CA 30 Rep. Brad J. Sherman Democratic Yea
CA 31 Rep. Gary G. Miller Republican Yea
CA 32 Rep. Hilda L. Solis Democratic Yea
CA 32 Rep. Grace Flores Napolitano Democratic Yea
CA 33 Rep. Henry A. Waxman Democratic Yea
CA 33 Rep. Diane E. Watson Democratic Yea
CA 34 Rep. Xavier Becerra Democratic Yea
CA 36 Rep. Jane Harman Democratic Yea
CA 37 Rep. Juanita Millender-McDonald Democratic Yea
CA 38 Rep. Linda T. Sánchez Democratic Yea
CA 39 Rep. Edward R. ‘Ed’ Royce Republican Yea
CA 40 Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Democratic Yea
CA 41 Rep. Jerry Lewis Republican Yea
CA 42 Rep. Ken S. Calvert Republican Yea
CA 43 Rep. Maxine Waters Democratic Nay
CA 43 Rep. Joe Baca Sr. Democratic Yea
CA 45 Rep. Mary Whitaker Bono Mack Republican Yea
CA 46 Rep. Loretta L. Sanchez Democratic Yea
CA 48 Rep. Dana T. Rohrabacher Republican Yea
CA 48 Rep. Christopher Cox Republican Yea
CA 49 Rep. Darrell Issa Republican Yea
CA 50 Rep. Randall H. ‘Duke’ Cunningham Republican Yea
CA 51 Rep. Bob Filner Democratic Yea
CA 52 Rep. Duncan L. Hunter Republican Yea
CA 53 Rep. Susan A. Davis Democratic Yea
CO 1 Rep. Diana Louise DeGette Democratic Yea
CO 2 Rep. Mark E. Udall Democratic Yea
CO 3 Rep. Scott McInnis Yea
CO 4 Rep. Marilyn N. Musgrave Republican Yea
CO 5 Rep. Joel Hefley Republican Yea
CO 6 Rep. Tom Gerald Tancredo Republican Yea
CO 7 Rep. Bob Beauprez Republican Yea
CT 1 Rep. John B. Larson Democratic Yea
CT 2 Rep. Robert Ruhl ‘Rob’ Simmons Republican Yea
CT 3 Rep. Rosa L. DeLauro Democratic Yea
CT 4 Rep. Christopher H. Shays Republican Yea
CT 5 Rep. Nancy L. Johnson Republican Yea
DC Delegate Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton Democratic NA
DE At-Large Rep. Michael N. ‘Mike’ Castle Republican Yea
FL 1 Rep. Jefferson B. ‘Jeff’ Miller Republican Yea
FL 2 Rep. Allen Boyd Jr. Democratic Yea
FL 4 Rep. Ander Crenshaw Republican Did Not Vote
FL 5 Rep. Virginia ‘Ginny’ Brown-Waite Republican Yea
FL 5 Rep. Corrine Brown Democratic Yea
FL 6 Rep. Clifford Bundy ‘Cliff’ Stearns Republican Yea
FL 7 Rep. John L. Mica Republican Yea
FL 8 Rep. Ric Keller Republican Yea
FL 9 Rep. Michael ‘Mike’ Bilirakis Republican Yea
FL 11 Rep. James ‘Jim’ Davis Democratic Yea
FL 12 Rep. Adam H. Putnam Republican Yea
FL 13 Rep. Katherine Harris Republican Yea
FL 13 Rep. Charles William ‘Bill’ Young Republican Yea
FL 14 Rep. Porter J. Goss Yea
FL 15 Rep. David Weldon Republican Yea
FL 16 Rep. Mark Foley Republican Yea
FL 17 Rep. Kendrick B. Meek Sr. Democratic Yea
FL 19 Rep. Robert Wexler Democratic Yea
FL 20 Rep. Peter Deutsch Yea
FL 20 Rep. Alcee L. ‘Judge’ Hastings Sr. Democratic Yea
FL 21 Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart Republican Yea
FL 22 Rep. E. Clay Shaw Jr. Republican Yea
FL 24 Rep. Tom Feeney Republican Yea
FL 25 Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart Republican Yea
FL 27 Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Republican Yea
GA 1 Rep. Jack Kingston Republican Yea
GA 2 Rep. Sanford D. Bishop Jr. Democratic Yea
GA 4 Rep. Denise L. Majette Yea
GA 5 Rep. John R. Lewis Democratic Nay
GA 6 Rep. John H. ‘Johnny’ Isakson Yea
GA 7 Rep. John Linder Republican Yea
GA 8 Rep. Michael Allen ‘Mac’ Collins Republican Yea
GA 8 Rep. James ‘Jim’ Marshall Democratic Yea
GA 9 Rep. Nathan Deal Republican Yea
GA 10 Rep. Charles W. ‘Charlie’ Norwood Jr. Republican Yea
GA 11 Rep. Phil Gingrey Republican Yea
GA 12 Rep. Max Burns Republican Yea
GA 13 Rep. David Scott Democratic Yea
GU Delegate Rep. Madeleine Z. Bordallo Democratic NA
HI 1 Rep. Neil Abercrombie Democratic Yea
HI 2 Rep. Edward E. ‘Ed’ Case Democratic Yea
IA 1 Rep. James A. ‘Jim’ Nussle Republican Yea
IA 2 Rep. James A. ‘Jim’ Leach Republican Yea
IA 3 Rep. Thomas P. ‘Tom’ Latham Republican Yea
IA 3 Rep. Leonard L. Boswell Democratic Yea
IA 4 Rep. Steve A. King Republican Yea
ID 1 Rep. Clement Leroy ‘Butch’ Otter Republican Yea
ID 2 Rep. Michael K. ‘Mike’ Simpson Republican Yea
IL 1 Rep. Bobby L. Rush Democratic Did Not Vote
IL 2 Rep. Jesse Louis Jackson Jr. Democratic Nay
IL 3 Rep. William O. Lipinski Yea
IL 4 Rep. Luis V. Gutiérrez Democratic Yea
IL 5 Rep. Rahm Emanuel Democratic Yea
IL 6 Rep. Henry J. Hyde Republican Yea
IL 7 Rep. Danny K. Davis Democratic Nay
IL 8 Rep. Philip M. Crane Yea
IL 9 Rep. Janice D. ‘Jan’ Schakowsky Democratic Yea
IL 10 Rep. Mark Steven Kirk Republican Yea
IL 11 Rep. Gerald C. ‘Jerry’ Weller Republican Yea
IL 12 Rep. Jerry F. Costello Democratic Yea
IL 13 Rep. Judy Biggert Republican Yea
IL 14 Rep. J. Dennis ‘Denny’ Hastert Republican Yea
IL 15 Rep. John M. Shimkus Republican Yea
IL 15 Rep. Timothy V. ‘Tim’ Johnson Republican Yea
IL 16 Rep. Donald A. ‘Don’ Manzullo Republican Yea
IL 17 Rep. Lane A. Evans Democratic Yea
IL 18 Rep. Ray H. LaHood Republican Yea
IN 1 Rep. Peter J. ‘Pete’ Visclosky Democratic Yea
IN 2 Rep. Chris Chocola Republican Yea
IN 3 Rep. Mark Edward Souder Republican Yea
IN 4 Rep. Stephen E. ‘Steve’ Buyer Republican Yea
IN 5 Rep. Dan L. Burton Republican Yea
IN 6 Rep. Mike Pence Republican Yea
IN 7 Rep. Julia M. Carson Democratic Yea
IN 8 Rep. John Nathan Hostettler Republican Yea
IN 9 Rep. Baron P. Hill Democratic Yea
KS 1 Rep. Jerry Moran Republican Yea
KS 2 Rep. Jim R. Ryun Republican Yea
KS 3 Rep. Dennis Moore Democratic Yea
KS 4 Rep. Todd Tiahrt Republican Yea
KY 1 Rep. Edward ‘Ed’ Whitfield Republican Yea
KY 2 Rep. Ron Lewis Republican Yea
KY 3 Rep. Anne Meagher Northup Republican Yea
KY 4 Rep. Kenneth R. ‘Ken’ Lucas Democratic Yea
KY 5 Rep. Harold ‘Hal’ Rogers Republican Yea
KY 6 Rep. Ernest Lee ‘Ernie’ Fletcher Yea
LA 1 Rep. David B. Vitter Republican Yea
LA 2 Rep. William J. Jefferson Democratic Yea
LA 3 Rep. William J. ‘Billy’ Tauzin Yea
LA 4 Rep. James O. ‘Jim’ McCrery III Republican Yea
LA 5 Rep. Rodney M. Alexander Republican Yea
LA 6 Rep. Richard Hugh Baker Republican Yea
LA 7 Rep. Christopher ‘Chris’ John Yea
MA 1 Rep. Richard E. Neal Democratic Yea
MA 1 Rep. John W. Olver Democratic Yea
MA 2 Rep. James P. ‘Jim’ McGovern Democratic Yea
MA 4 Rep. Barney Frank Democratic Nay
MA 5 Rep. Edward J. ‘Ed’ Markey Democratic Yea
MA 5 Rep. Martin T. ‘Marty’ Meehan Democratic Yea
MA 6 Rep. John F. Tierney Democratic Did Not Vote
MA 7 Rep. Michael E. ‘Mike’ Capuano Democratic Yea
MA 8 Rep. Stephen F. Lynch Democratic Yea
MA 10 Rep. William D. ‘Bill’ Delahunt Democratic Did Not Vote
MD 1 Rep. Wayne T. Gilchrest Republican Yea
MD 2 Rep. CA Dutch ‘Dutch’ Ruppersberger Democratic Yea
MD 3 Rep. Benjamin L. ‘Ben’ Cardin Democratic Yea
MD 4 Rep. Albert R. Wynn Democratic Yea
MD 5 Rep. Steny H. Hoyer Democratic Yea
MD 6 Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett Republican Yea
MD 7 Rep. Elijah E. Cummings Democratic Nay
MD 8 Rep. Christopher ‘Chris’ Van Hollen Jr. Democratic Yea
ME 1 Rep. Thomas H. ‘Tom’ Allen Democratic Yea
ME 2 Rep. Michael H. ‘Mike’ Michaud Democratic Yea
MI 1 Rep. Bart T. Stupak Democratic Yea
MI 2 Rep. Peter ‘Pete’ Hoekstra Republican Yea
MI 3 Rep. Vernon J. ‘Vern’ Ehlers Republican Yea
MI 4 Rep. David Lee ‘Dave’ Camp Republican Yea
MI 5 Rep. Dale E. Kildee Democratic Yea
MI 6 Rep. Frederick Stephen ‘Fred’ Upton Republican Yea
MI 7 Rep. Nick Smith Yea
MI 8 Rep. Mike Rogers Republican Yea
MI 9 Rep. Joseph K. ‘Joe’ Knollenberg Republican Yea
MI 9 Rep. Sander M. ‘Sandy’ Levin Democratic Yea
MI 10 Rep. Candice S. Miller Republican Yea
MI 11 Rep. Thaddeus G. ‘Thad’ McCotter Republican Yea
MI 12 Rep. John D. Dingell Democratic Yea
MI 13 Rep. Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick Democratic Nay
MI 13 Rep. John Conyers Jr. Democratic Nay
MN 1 Rep. Gilbert W. ‘Gil’ Gutknecht Republican Yea
MN 2 Rep. John P. Kline Republican Yea
MN 3 Rep. James M. ‘Jim’ Ramstad Republican Yea
MN 4 Rep. Betty McCollum Democratic Yea
MN 5 Rep. Martin Olav Sabo Democratic/Farmer/Labor Nay
MN 6 Rep. Mark R. Kennedy Republican Yea
MN 7 Rep. Collin C. Peterson Democratic Yea
MN 8 Rep. James L. ‘Jim’ Oberstar Democratic/Farmer/Labor Nay
MO 1 Rep. William Lacy Clay Jr. Democratic Nay
MO 2 Rep. W. Todd Akin Republican Yea
MO 3 Rep. Richard Andrew ‘Dick’ Gephardt Did Not Vote
MO 4 Rep. Ike Skelton Democratic Yea
MO 5 Rep. Karen McCarthy Did Not Vote
MO 6 Rep. Samuel B. ‘Sam’ Graves Republican Yea
MO 7 Rep. Roy Blunt Republican Yea
MO 8 Rep. Jo Ann Emerson Republican Yea
MO 9 Rep. Kenny C. Hulshof Republican Yea
MS 1 Rep. Roger F. Wicker Republican Yea
MS 2 Rep. Bennie G. Thompson Democratic Yea
MS 3 Rep. Charles W. ‘Chip’ Pickering Jr. Republican Yea
MS 4 Rep. Gene Taylor Democratic Yea
MT At-Large Rep. Dennis ‘Denny’ Rehberg Republican Yea
NC 1 Rep. Frank W. Ballance Jr. Nay
NC 2 Rep. Bob R. Etheridge Democratic Yea
NC 3 Rep. Walter Beaman Jones Jr. Republican Yea
NC 4 Rep. David Eugene Price Democratic Yea
NC 5 Rep. Richard M. Burr Republican Yea
NC 6 Rep. John Howard Coble Republican Yea
NC 7 Rep. Douglas Carmichael ‘Mike’ McIntyre Democratic Yea
NC 8 Rep. Robert C. ‘Robin’ Hayes Republican Yea
NC 9 Rep. Suellen W. ‘Sue’ Myrick Republican Yea
NC 10 Rep. Cass Ballenger Yea
NC 11 Rep. Charles H. Taylor Republican Yea
NC 12 Rep. Melvin Luther ‘Mel’ Watt Democratic Nay
NC 13 Rep. Ralph Bradley ‘Brad’ Miller Democratic Yea
ND At-Large Rep. Earl Pomeroy Democratic-NPL Yea
NE 1 Rep. Douglas K. ‘Doug’ Bereuter Yea
NE 2 Rep. Lee R. Terry Republican Yea
NE 3 Rep. Thomas William ‘Tom’ Osborne Republican Yea
NH 1 Rep. Jeb E. Bradley Republican Yea
NH 2 Rep. Charles F. ‘Charlie’ Bass Republican Yea
NJ 1 Rep. Robert E. ‘Rob’ Andrews Democratic Yea
NJ 2 Rep. Frank A. LoBiondo Republican Yea
NJ 3 Rep. H. James ‘Jim’ Saxton Republican Yea
NJ 4 Rep. Christopher H. ‘Chris’ Smith Republican Yea
NJ 5 Rep. Scott Garrett Republican Yea
NJ 6 Rep. Frank J. Pallone Jr. Democratic Yea
NJ 7 Rep. Michael ‘Mike’ Ferguson Republican Yea
NJ 9 Rep. William J. ‘Bill’ Pascrell Jr. Democratic Yea
NJ 9 Rep. Steven R. ‘Steve’ Rothman Democratic Yea
NJ 10 Rep. Donald M. Payne Democratic Nay
NJ 11 Rep. Rodney P. Frelinghuysen Republican Yea
NJ 12 Rep. Rush D. Holt Jr. Democratic Yea
NJ 13 Rep. Robert ‘Bob’ Menendez Democratic Yea
NM 1 Rep. Heather A. Wilson Republican Yea
NM 2 Rep. Stevan Edward ‘Steve’ Pearce Republican Yea
NM 3 Rep. Thomas S. ‘Tom’ Udall Democratic Yea
NV 1 Rep. Shelley Berkley Democratic Yea
NV 2 Rep. James A. ‘Jim’ Gibbons Republican Yea
NV 3 Rep. Jon Christopher Porter Sr. Republican Yea
NY 1 Rep. Timothy H. ‘Tim’ Bishop Democratic Yea
NY 2 Rep. Peter T. ‘Pete’ King Republican Yea
NY 3 Rep. Steve J. Israel Democratic Yea
NY 4 Rep. Carolyn McCarthy Democratic Yea
NY 5 Rep. Gary L. Ackerman Democratic Yea
NY 5 Rep. Gregory W. Meeks Democratic Yea
NY 7 Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez Democratic Yea
NY 9 Rep. Anthony David Weiner Democratic Yea
NY 10 Rep. Edolphus ‘Ed’ Towns Democratic Nay
NY 10 Rep. Jerrold L. ‘Jerry’ Nadler Democratic Nay
NY 11 Rep. Major R. Owens Democratic Yea
NY 12 Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney Democratic Yea
NY 13 Rep. Charles B. ‘Charlie’ Rangel Democratic Yea
NY 13 Rep. Vito J. Fossella Jr. Republican Yea
NY 14 Rep. Joseph ‘Joe’ Crowley Democratic Yea
NY 15 Rep. José E. Serrano Democratic Yea
NY 16 Rep. Eliot L. Engel Democratic Yea
NY 17 Rep. Nita M. Lowey Democratic Yea
NY 19 Rep. Sue W. Kelly Republican Yea
NY 20 Rep. John E. Sweeney Republican Yea
NY 21 Rep. Michael R. ‘Mike’ McNulty Democratic Yea
NY 22 Rep. Maurice D. Hinchey Democratic Yea
NY 23 Rep. John M. McHugh Republican Yea
NY 24 Rep. Sherwood L. ‘Sherry’ Boehlert Republican Yea
NY 25 Rep. Louise McIntosh Slaughter Democratic Yea
NY 25 Rep. James T. ‘Jim’ Walsh Republican Yea
NY 26 Rep. Thomas M. Reynolds Republican Yea
NY 27 Rep. Jack Quinn Yea
NY 29 Rep. Amory ‘Amo’ Houghton Jr. Did Not Vote
OH 1 Rep. Steven J. ‘Steve’ Chabot Republican Yea
OH 2 Rep. Robert J. ‘Rob’ Portman Republican Yea
OH 4 Rep. Michael G. Oxley Republican Yea
OH 5 Rep. Paul E. Gillmor Republican Yea
OH 6 Rep. Ted Strickland Democratic Yea
OH 7 Rep. David Lee ‘Dave’ Hobson Republican Yea
OH 8 Rep. John A. Boehner Republican Yea
OH 9 Rep. Marcy Kaptur Democratic Yea
OH 10 Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich Democratic Nay
OH 10 Rep. Michael R. ‘Mike’ Turner Republican Yea
OH 11 Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones Democratic Nay
OH 12 Rep. Patrick J. ‘Pat’ Tiberi Republican Yea
OH 13 Rep. Timothy J. ‘Tim’ Ryan Democratic Yea
OH 13 Rep. Sherrod C. Brown Democratic Yea
OH 14 Rep. Steven C. ‘Steve’ LaTourette Republican Yea
OH 15 Rep. Deborah D. Pryce Republican Yea
OH 16 Rep. Ralph S. Regula Republican Yea
OH 18 Rep. Robert William ‘Bob’ Ney Republican Yea
OK 1 Rep. John A. Sullivan Republican Yea
OK 2 Rep. Brad Carson Yea
OK 3 Rep. Frank D. Lucas Republican Yea
OK 4 Rep. Tom Cole Republican Yea
OK 5 Rep. Ernest J. Istook Jr. Republican Yea
OR 1 Rep. David Wu Democratic Yea
OR 2 Rep. Greg P. Walden Republican Yea
OR 3 Rep. Earl Blumenauer Democratic Yea
OR 4 Rep. Peter A. DeFazio Democratic Yea
OR 5 Rep. Darlene Hooley Democratic Yea
PA 1 Rep. Robert A. ‘Bob’ Brady Democratic Yea
PA 2 Rep. Chaka Fattah Sr. Democratic Yea
PA 3 Rep. Philip ‘Phil’ English Republican Yea
PA 4 Rep. Melissa A. Hart Republican Yea
PA 5 Rep. John E. Peterson Republican Yea
PA 6 Rep. Jim Gerlach Republican Yea
PA 7 Rep. W. Curtis ‘Curt’ Weldon Republican Yea
PA 8 Rep. James C. ‘Jim’ Greenwood Yea
PA 9 Rep. Bill Shuster Republican Yea
PA 10 Rep. Donald L. ‘Don’ Sherwood Republican Yea
PA 11 Rep. Paul E. Kanjorski Democratic Yea
PA 12 Rep. John P. ‘Jack’ Murtha Democratic Yea
PA 13 Rep. Joseph M. Hoeffel Yea
PA 14 Rep. Michael ‘Mike’ Doyle Democratic Yea
PA 15 Rep. Patrick J. ‘Pat’ Toomey Republican Yea
PA 16 Rep. Joseph R. ‘Joe’ Pitts Republican Yea
PA 17 Rep. Thomas Timothy ‘Tim’ Holden Democratic Yea
PA 18 Rep. Timothy F. ‘Tim’ Murphy Republican Yea
PA 19 Rep. Todd Russell Platts Republican Yea
PR Resident Commissioner Rep. Anibal Acevedo-Vila NA
RI 1 Rep. Patrick Joseph Kennedy Democratic Yea
RI 2 Rep. James R. ‘Jim’ Langevin Democratic Yea
SC 1 Rep. Henry E. Brown Jr. Republican Yea
SC 2 Rep. Addison Graves ‘Joe’ Wilson Sr. Republican Yea
SC 3 Rep. J. Gresham Barrett Republican Yea
SC 4 Rep. James W. ‘Jim’ DeMint Yea
SC 5 Rep. John M. Spratt Jr. Democratic Yea
SC 6 Rep. James E. ‘Jim’ Clyburn Democratic Yea
SD At-Large Rep. William J. ‘Bill’ Janklow Yea
TN 1 Rep. William Lewis ‘Bill’ Jenkins Republican Yea
TN 2 Rep. John J. ‘Jimmy’ Duncan Jr. Republican Yea
TN 3 Rep. Zach Wamp Republican Yea
TN 4 Rep. Lincoln Davis Democratic Nay
TN 5 Rep. Jim Cooper Democratic Yea
TN 6 Rep. Bart Gordon Democratic Yea
TN 7 Rep. Marsha Blackburn Republican Yea
TN 8 Rep. John Tanner Democratic Yea
TN 9 Rep. Harold Ford Jr. Democratic Yea
TX 1 Rep. Max A. Sandlin Jr. Yea
TX 2 Rep. James ‘Jim’ Turner Yea
TX 3 Rep. Samuel Robert ‘Sam’ Johnson Republican Yea
TX 4 Rep. Ralph Moody Hall Republican Yea
TX 5 Rep. Jeb Hensarling Republican Yea
TX 6 Rep. Joe Linus Barton Republican Yea
TX 7 Rep. John A. Culberson Republican Yea
TX 8 Rep. Kevin P. Brady Republican Did Not Vote
TX 9 Rep. Nicholas V. ‘Nick’ Lampson Democratic Yea
TX 12 Rep. Kay Granger Republican Yea
TX 13 Rep. William M. ‘Mac’ Thornberry Republican Yea
TX 14 Rep. Ronald Ernest ‘Ron’ Paul Republican Nay
TX 15 Rep. Rubén E. Hinojosa Sr. Democratic Yea
TX 16 Rep. Silvestre ‘Silver’ Reyes Democratic Yea
TX 17 Rep. Charles W. ‘Charlie’ Stenholm Yea
TX 17 Rep. Thomas ‘Chet’ Edwards Democratic Yea
TX 18 Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Democratic Yea
TX 19 Rep. Larry Ed Combest Yea
TX 20 Rep. Charles A. ‘Charlie’ Gonzalez Democratic Yea
TX 21 Rep. Lamar S. Smith Republican Yea
TX 22 Rep. Thomas Dale ‘Tom’ DeLay Republican Yea
TX 23 Rep. Ciro D. Rodriguez Democratic Yea
TX 23 Rep. Henry Bonilla Republican Yea
TX 24 Rep. Jonas ‘Martin’ Frost III Democratic Yea
TX 25 Rep. Robert Christopher ‘Chris’ Bell Yea
TX 26 Rep. Michael C. Burgess Republican Yea
TX 27 Rep. Solomon P. Ortiz Sr. Democratic Yea
TX 29 Rep. Raymond Eugene ‘Gene’ Green Democratic Yea
TX 30 Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson Democratic Yea
TX 31 Rep. John R. Carter Republican Yea
TX 32 Rep. Peter A. ‘Pete’ Sessions Republican Yea
TX 35 Rep. Lloyd A. Doggett II Democratic Yea
UT 1 Rep. Rob Bishop Republican Yea
UT 3 Rep. Chris Cannon Republican Yea
UT 4 Rep. James David ‘Jim’ Matheson Democratic Yea
VA 1 Rep. Jo Ann S. Davis Republican Yea
VA 2 Rep. Edward L. ‘Ed’ Schrock Yea
VA 3 Rep. Robert C. ‘Bobby’ Scott Democratic Nay
VA 4 Rep. James Randy Forbes Republican Yea
VA 5 Rep. Virgil H. Goode Jr. Republican Yea
VA 6 Rep. Robert W. ‘Bob’ Goodlatte Republican Yea
VA 7 Rep. Eric I. Cantor Republican Yea
VA 8 Rep. James P. ‘Jim’ Moran Jr. Democratic Yea
VA 9 Rep. Frederick C. ‘Rick’ Boucher Democratic Yea
VA 10 Rep. Frank Rudolph Wolf Republican Yea
VA 11 Rep. Thomas M. ‘Tom’ Davis III Republican Yea
VI Delegate Rep. Donna Marie Christensen Democratic NA
VT At-Large Rep. Bernard ‘Bernie’ Sanders Independent Nay
WA 1 Rep. Jay Robert Inslee Democratic Yea
WA 2 Rep. Richard Ray ‘Rick’ Larsen Democratic Yea
WA 3 Rep. Brian N. Baird Democratic Yea
WA 4 Rep. Richard ‘Doc’ Hastings Republican Yea
WA 5 Rep. George R. Nethercutt Jr. Republican Yea
WA 6 Rep. Norman DeValois ‘Norm’ Dicks Democratic Yea
WA 7 Rep. James A. ‘Jim’ McDermott Democratic Nay
WA 8 Rep. Jennifer B. Dunn Republican Yea
WA 9 Rep. Adam Smith Democratic Yea
WI 1 Rep. Paul D. Ryan Republican Yea
WI 2 Rep. Tammy Baldwin Democratic Yea
WI 3 Rep. Ronald James ‘Ron’ Kind Democratic Yea
WI 4 Rep. Gerald D. ‘Jerry’ Kleczka Yea
WI 5 Rep. Frank James ‘Jim’ Sensenbrenner Jr. Republican Yea
WI 6 Rep. Thomas E. ‘Tom’ Petri Republican Yea
WI 7 Rep. David Ross ‘Dave’ Obey Democratic Yea
WI 8 Rep. Mark A. Green Republican Yea
WV 1 Rep. Alan Bowlby Mollohan Democratic Nay
WV 2 Rep. Shelley Moore Capito Republican Yea
WV 3 Rep. Nick Joe Rahall II Democratic Yea
WY At-Large Rep. Barbara L. Cubin Republican Yea

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