What: All Issues : Making Government Work for Everyone, Not Just the Rich or Powerful : Scientific Research & Technological Innovation Funding
 Who: All Members : New York, District 2 : King, Pete
[POW!]
 

Click below to see the vote description.

Making Government Work for Everyone, Not Just the Rich or PowerfulScientific Research & Technological Innovation Funding
Member's Vote
(progressive
or not)
Progressive Position
Progressive Result
(win or loss)
Roll Call 485. (H.R. 1249) On an amendment that would clarify that the 60-day period in which companies can apply to extend the term of their patents would begin on the next business day following the federal government’s decision allowing the patented product to go on the market Jun 23, 2011. N Y W
Roll Call 482. (H.R. 1249) On an amendment that would have prohibited the U.S. from adopting a “first-to-file” patent system (which grants patent protection to the first person to file an application for a patent for an invention—regardless of whether that person is the actual inventor) until other nations agree to adopt a one-year patent “grace period” (which would give inventors one year to file an application for a patent after publishing an invention, and effectively prevent that inventor’s idea from being stolen). Jun 23, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 465. (H.R. 2021, H.R. 1249) Legislation that would ease air pollution regulations for oil and gas drilling, as well as a separate, unrelated patent reform bill – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to both bills Jun 22, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 464. (H.R. 2021, H.R. 1249) Legislation that would ease air pollution regulations for oil and gas drilling, as well as a separate, unrelated patent reform bill—On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to both bills Jun 22, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 463. (H.R. 2021, H.R. 1249) Legislation that would ease air pollution regulations for oil and gas drilling, as well as a separate, unrelated patent reform bill–On whether to bring up the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to both bills Jun 22, 2011. Absent N L
Roll Call 63. (H.R. 1) On an amendment that would have eliminated all funding (more than $64 million) for an environmental science research program. This amendment was offered to legislation funding the federal government (such legislation is known as a “continuing resolution, or “CR”) through September 2011, and cutting $61 billion in federal funding for many government programs. Feb 16, 2011. N N W
Roll Call 52. (H.R. 1) On an amendment that would have eliminated $10 million in funding for the construction of scientific research facilities. This amendment was offered to legislation funding the federal government (such bills are known as “continuing resolutions, or “CRs”) through September 2011, and cutting $61 billion in federal funding for many government programs. Feb 16, 2011. N N W
Roll Call 39. (H.R. 1) Legislation funding the federal government through September 2011, and cutting $61 billion in federal funding for government programs, including food stamps (which provide nutritional assistance to the poor), community health centers, Pell Grants for low–income college students, and funding for state job training programs – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Feb 15, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 38. (H.R. 1) Legislation funding the federal government through September 2011 and cutting $61 billion in federal funding for government programs, including food stamps (which provide nutritional assistance to the poor), community health centers, Pell Grants for low–income college students, and funding for state job training programs – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Feb 15, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 334. (H.R. 5136) On a motion to table (kill) an appeal of the ruling of the House Speaker that a motion to freeze the salaries of all federal employees violated House rules May 28, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 332. (H.R. 5116) Passage of legislation authorizing $86 billion to be spent over six years on research intended to make the U.S. more competitive in the world, including science, technology, engineering, and mathematics research May 28, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 331. (H.R. 5116) On an motion to recommit (which is the minority's opportunity to torpedo or significantly change a bill before a final up-or-down vote on the measure) that would have frozen spending on existing programs in (in a bill intended to make the U.S more competitive in the world economy) at 2010 levels in any year in which there was a federal budget deficit. May 28, 2010. Y N W
Roll Call 327. (H.R. 5116) On an amendment that would have eliminated a provision establishing an “innovative services initiative” intended to help small manufacturers increase their profits by reducing their energy usage and environmental waste. The provision was part of a bill intended to make the U.S. more competitive in the world. May 28, 2010. Y N W
Roll Call 326. (H.R. 5116) On an amendment that would have eliminated a provision establishing a pilot program in which the National Science Foundation would award cash prizes for innovative research. The provision was part of a bill intended to make the U.S. more competitive in the world. May 28, 2010. Y N W
Roll Call 277. (H.R. 5325) Legislation authorizing $47 billion to be spent over three years on research intended to make the U.S. more competitive in the world, including science, technology, engineering, and mathematics research May 19, 2010. N Y L
Roll Call 270. (H.R. 5116) On an amendment to legislation authorizing funding for scientific and technological research that eliminated all new programs established by the bill (including a loan guarantee program for small manufacturers seeking to improve their competitiveness through technological innovation), froze spending on existing programs at 2010 levels, and prohibited federal funds from being used to view, download, or exchange pornography May 13, 2010. Y N L
Roll Call 267. (H.R. 5116) On an amendment (to legislation authorizing funding for scientific and technological research) doubling – to $100 million – funding for a loan guarantee program for small manufacturers seeking to improve their competitiveness through technological innovation May 13, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 264. (H.R. 5116) On an amendment (to legislation authorizing funding for scientific and technological research) establishing a “clean energy consortium” intended to further the commercialization of clean energy technologies May 12, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 263. (H.R. 5116) On an amendment (to legislation authorizing funding for scientific and technological research) that would have eliminated provisions in the bill creating a loan guarantee program for small manufacturers seeking to improve their competitiveness through technological innovation and creating a “regional innovation program” within the Commerce Department to help small businesses develop new technologies in order to improve competitiveness May 12, 2010. Y N W
Roll Call 259. (H.R. 5116) Legislation authorizing $86 billion to be spent over six years on research intended to make the U.S. more competitive in the world, including science, technology, engineering, and mathematics research – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill May 12, 2010. N Y W