What: All Issues : Environment : Air Pollution
 Who: All Members : New York, District 2 : King, Pete
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EnvironmentAir Pollution
Member's Vote
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Progressive Position
Progressive Result
(win or loss)
Roll Call 549. (H.R. 2354) On an amendment that would have cut $500 million from renewable energy research and development programs Jul 12, 2011. N N W
Roll Call 548. (H.R. 2354) On an amendment that would have increased funding by $227 million for energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, and would also have cut $227 million from nuclear weapons programs Jul 12, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 547. (H.R. 2354) On an amendment that would have cut $45.6 million from the Vehicle Technologies program, which funds the development of fuel efficient transportation technologies Jul 12, 2011. N N W
Roll Call 546. (H.R. 2354) On an amendment that would have increased funding by $491 million for renewable energy (such as wind and solar energy) research and development, and would also have cut $491 million from nuclear weapons programs Jul 12, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 545. (H.R. 2354) On an amendment that would have cut $26.5 million from the Vehicle Technologies program, which funds the development of fuel efficient transportation technologies Jul 12, 2011. N N W
Roll Call 543. (H.R. 2354) On an amendment that would have increased funding by $46 million for the Vehicle Technologies program, which funds the development of fuel efficient technologies. At the same time, the amendment would have cut$99 million from federal subsidies for oil and gas companies. Jul 12, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 541. (H.R. 2354) On an amendment that would have increased funding for clean, alternative energy technology (such as wind and solar energy) by $100 million Jul 12, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 478. (H.R. 2021) Final passage of legislation that would loosen regulations on air pollution caused by oil and gas drilling, and eliminate the Environmental Appeals Board’s authority to review applications for oil drilling leases. Jun 22, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 477. (H.R. 2021) On a motion that would have required the Environmental Protection Agency to submit a report to Congress determining whether a bill loosening regulations on air pollution caused by oil and gas drilling would lower gas prices for consumers Jun 22, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 474. (H.R. 2021) On an amendment that would have allowed states to impose air pollution regulations on oil and gas drilling that were stricter than the regulations imposed by the federal government Jun 22, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 472. (H.R. 2021) On an amendment that would have maintained the Environmental Appeals Board’s authority to review—and approve or deny—applications for oil drilling permits Jun 22, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 468. (H.R. 2021) On an amendment that would have subjected Shell Oil’s “icebreaker” ships (ships that are literally designed to break through ice) to federal air pollution regulations Jun 22, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 467. (H.R. 2021) On an amendment that would have allowed the Environmental Protection Agency to continue to measure air pollution from oil drilling on both onshore and offshore locations—meaning on water as well as on land. Jun 22, 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 249. (H.R. 910) Final passage of legislation prohibiting the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions Apr 07, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 248. (H.R. 910) On a motion that would have authorized the Environmental Protection Agency to continue to enforce regulations protecting vulnerable children (such as those with asthma) and seniors from air pollution caused by the burning of fossil fuels. Apr 07, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 241. (H.R. 910) On an amendment that would have allowed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to continue to regulate greenhouse gas emissions but would have exempted farms and small businesses from those regulations Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 240. (H.R. 910) On an amendment that would have required the Environmental Protection Agency to conduct a study determining if regulating greenhouse gas emissions would harm U.S. efforts to remain economically competitive in the world Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 239. (H.R. 910) On an amendment that would have permitted the Environmental Protection Agency to continue to regulate greenhouse gas emissions if the EPA administrator and Secretary of Defense determined that climate change jeopardized national security Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 238. (H.R. 910) On an amendment that would have permitted the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to continue to regulate greenhouse gas emissions if the EPA administrator determined that such regulation could reduce the demand for oil. Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 237. (H.R. 910) On an amendment that would have permitted the Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] to continue regulating greenhouse gas emissions if the EPA administrator determined that such emissions posed a danger to public health. Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 236. Number:236 (H.R. 910) On an amendment stating that “Congress accepts the scientific findings of the Environmental Protection Agency that climate change is occurring, is caused largely by human activities, and poses significant risks for public health and welfare.” Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 235. (H.R. 910) On an amendment that would have allowed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to continue to provide assistance to states that had chosen to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 234. (H.R. 910) On an amendment that would have allowed the Environmental Protection Agency to continue to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. This amendment also would have required the EPA—prior to issuing new regulations relating to greenhouse gases—to hold a 30 day “public comment period” in which industries affected by such regulation (such as oil and gas) could raise concerns with EPA officials. Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 233. (H.R. 910) On an amendment that would have allowed the Environmental Protection Agency to continue to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. This amendment would also have required the EPA to conduct a study on the long-term effects of banning regulation of greenhouse gas emissions. Apr 06, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 231. (H.R. 910) Legislation prohibiting the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Apr 06, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 230. (H.R. 910) Legislation prohibiting the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Apr 06, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 140. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to impose stricter limits on “particulate matter”—an air pollutant more commonly known as “soot.” Feb 18, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 136. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to classify coal ash--a bi-product of burning coal for electricity--as hazardous waste. Feb 18, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 134. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used to implement a new Environmental Protection Agency decision to allow the sale of gasoline with a higher proportion of ethanol. Feb 18, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 125. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting federal funds from being used for the construction of an ethanol blender pump (which allows drivers to choose different fuels with varying levels of ethanol at gas stations), or an ethanol storage facility. Feb 18, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 86. (H.R. 1) On an amendment prohibiting the use of funds provided by a “continuing resolution” (which funded government agencies and programs for the remainder of the year) for the enforcement of environmental standards regulating air toxins released by cement manufacturing. This amendment was offered to a continuing resolution funding the federal government through September 2011, and cutting $61 billion in federal funding for many government programs. Feb 17, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 79. (H.R. 1) On an amendment that would have cut federal funding for Amtrak rail service by $446.9 million. 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 17, 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 530. (H.R. 4785) Final passage of legislation authorizing the Agriculture Department to provide loans to public or cooperative electric utilities, and requiring those utilities (which were recipients of government loans) to make low-interest loans to customers for energy-efficient installations Sep 16, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 527. (H.R. 4785) Legislation authorizing the Agriculture Department to provide loans to public or cooperative electric utilities, and requiring those utilities (which were recipients of government loans) to make low-interest loans to customers for energy-efficient installations – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Sep 16, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 526. (H.R. 4785) Legislation authorizing the Agriculture Department to provide loans to public or cooperative electric utilities, and requiring those utilities ( which were recipients of government loans) to make low-interest loans to customers for energy-efficient installations – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and determining which amendments could be offered to the bill Sep 16, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 826. (H.R. 2996): On passage of legislation containing the fiscal year 2010 funding for the Department of the Interior and for environmental agencies Oct 29, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 824. (H.Res.876): Legislation providing fiscal year 2010 funding for the Department of the Interior and for environmental agencies - - on the resolution setting the terms for debating the agreement reached by representatives of the House and Senate Oct 29, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 823. (H.Res. 876): Legislation providing fiscal year 2010 funding for the Department of the Interior and for environmental agencies - - on a motion to move to an immediate vote on the resolution setting the terms for debating the agreement reached by representatives of the House and Senate Oct 29, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 807. (H.R. 3585) On passage of legislation designed to identify and plan for solar technologies needs, and to provide (financial) resources to schools and laboratories for solar research and development Oct 22, 2009. Y Y W
Roll Call 801. (H.R. 3585) On the Broun of Georgia amendment to reduce the amount and the number of years for which funding for solar technology development would be authorized Oct 22, 2009. Y N W
Roll Call 799. (H.Res. 846) Legislation designed to identify, plan for and fund solar technology needs - - on the resolution setting the terms for debating the bill Oct 22, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 798. (H.Res. 846) Legislation designed to identify, plan for and fund solar technology needs - - on a motion to move to an immediate vote on the resolution setting the terms for debating the bill Oct 22, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 682. (H.R. 3435) On passage of a bill that provided two billion dollars in additional funding for the “Cash for Clunkers” program; that program provided cash rebates of a few thousand dollars each to consumers to encourage them to trade-in their old gas guzzling cars for new ones that get better gas mileage Jul 31, 2009. Y Y W
Roll Call 592. (H.R. 3183) On passage of the bill providing fiscal year 2010 funds for energy and water development. Jul 17, 2009. Y Y W
Roll Call 584. (H.R. 3183) On the Flake of Arizona amendment that would have eliminated a $500,000 earmark for researching ethanol at Arkansas State University from the bill providing fiscal year 2010 funds for energy and water development. Jul 17, 2009. N N W
Roll Call 581. (H.R. 3183) On the Campbell of California amendment that would have eliminated a $1,000,000 earmark for the Housatonic River Net-Zero Energy Building in Massachusetts from the bill providing fiscal year 2010 funds for energy and water development. Jul 17, 2009. N N W
Roll Call 558. (H.R. 3170) On the Broun of Georgia amendment, which would have prohibited any funds going to the president’s “climate czar”, deputy “climate czar”, or the Council on Environmental Quality. Jul 16, 2009. N N W
Roll Call 506. (H. R. 2997) On the Flake of Arizona Amendment, which would have eliminated $1,000,000 earmarked for the Agriculture Energy Innovation Center in Georgia Jul 09, 2009. N N W
Roll Call 477. (H.R. 2454) On passage of the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009, which contained the new cap and trade program; that program mandated significantly reduced emission levels, and permitted higher emitting companies to purchase pollution credits from lower emitters. Jun 26, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 476. (H.R. 2454) On the Forbes of Virginia amendment to the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009; the amendment called for a public-private commission to develop a national energy plan and set seven energy independence goals. Jun 26, 2009. Y N W
Roll Call 475. (H. R. 2996) On final passage of the bill providing fiscal year 2010 funding for the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies. Jun 26, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 469. (H. R. 2996) On the Stearns of Florida amendment, which would have reduced fiscal year 2010 funding for the Environmental Protection Agency by 38% Jun 26, 2009. Y N W
Roll Call 468. (H. R. 2996) On the Jordan of Ohio amendment, which would have reduced the overall spending in the bill providing funding for the 2010 fiscal year for the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies back to the fiscal year 2008 level. Jun 26, 2009. Y N W
Roll Call 466. (H. Res. 587) A major energy bill containing the “cap-and-trade” plan, which permits ccompanies emitting higher pollution levels than the law would ordinarily allow to continue those emissions by purchasing pollution “credits” from entities emitting lower levels - -on the resolution setting the terms for debate of the bill Jun 26, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 465. (H. Res. 587) A major energy bill containing the “cap-and-trade” plan, which permits ccompanies emitting higher pollution levels than the law would ordinarily allow to continue those emissions by purchasing pollution “credits” from entities emitting lower levels - -on whether the House should move to an immediate vote on the resolution setting the terms for debate of the bill Jun 26, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 463. (H.Res. 578) Legislation providing fiscal year 2010 funding for the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies - - on the resolution setting the terms for debate of the bill Jun 25, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 345. (H.Res.545) Legislation providing supplemental fiscal year 2009 spending, including funds for the “Cash for Clunkers” program and for supporting additional military needs in Iraq and Afghanistan - - on agreeing to the resolution setting the terms for debating the bill Jun 16, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 314. (H.R. 2751) On passage of the “Cash for Clunkers'' bill, providing cash incentives to consumers who trade in their old, energy-inefficient vehicles Jun 09, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 216. (S.Con. Res. 13) On agreeing to budget for fiscal year 2010 Apr 29, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 214. (H. Res. 37) The fiscal year 2010 budget - - on the resolution setting the terms for debate Apr 28, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 213. (H.Res.371) The fiscal year 2010 budget - - on waiving all points of order against the resolution setting the terms for debate Apr 28, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 212. (H.Res.365) The fiscal year 2010 budget - - on a procedural vote to allow the House to consider the resolution setting the terms for debate Apr 28, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 184. (H.Con. Res.316) The budget for fiscal year 2010 - - on agreeing to the resolution setting the terms for debate Apr 02, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 176. (H.Res. 305) The federal budget for fiscal year 2010-- on the resolution setting the terms for debate Apr 01, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 256. Providing new grant programs for early-career scientists and engineers (H.R. 363)/Motion to recommit with instructions to add language giving priority to grants to expand domestic energy production and coal-to-liquid technology Apr 24, 2007. Absent N L
Roll Call 199. H.R. 1401 (Rail and Public Transportation Security Act), Cohen of Tennessee amendment to establish a program to minimize rail transport of hazardous materials that are toxic when inhaled/Revote on agreeing to the amendment Mar 27, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 195. H.R. 1401(Rail and Public Transportation Security Act), Cohen of Tennessee amendment to establish a program to minimize rail transport of hazardous materials that are toxic when inhaled/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 27, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 91. Advanced Fuels Research and Development Act (H.R. 547)/Motion to recommit to the Science and Technology Committee with instructions to add coal-based liquids to a list of "alternative fuels" promoted in the underlying legislation Feb 08, 2007. Y N W
Roll Call 84. Advanced Fuels Research and Development Act (H.R. 547)/Rep. Charles Dent (R-Pa.) amendment that would direct the Energy Department to consider the infrastructure challenges to arise from the advancement of hydrogen fuel Feb 08, 2007. Y N L
Roll Call 81. Advanced Fuels Research and Development Act (H.R. 547)/Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) amendment to require the EPA to consider strategies to minimize emissions that may be released when biofuels are blended, stored and transported Feb 08, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 40. Energy policy (H.R. 6)/On passage Jan 18, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 39. Energy policy (H.R. 6)/Appealing the ruling of the chair that the bill did not meet the criteria to require a three-fifths majority for passage Jan 18, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 38. Energy policy (H.R. 6)/Motion to recommit (send the bill to committees of jurisdiction) Jan 18, 2007. Y N W
Roll Call 37. Energy policy (H.R. 6)/Question of consideration Jan 18, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 36. Outlining the rules of debate for a bill to formulate energy policy (H. Res. 66)/On adoption of the rule Jan 18, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 35. Outlining the rules of debate for a bill to formulate energy policy (H. Res. 66)/Motion to order the previous question (end debate and prevent amendment) Jan 18, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 199. H.R. 2361. Appropriations/Environment/Vote on Passage of Bill Making Appropriations for (Funding) the Interior Department, the Environmental Protection Agency and Other Agencies for Fiscal Year 2006. May 19, 2005. Y N L
Roll Call 192. H.R. 2361. Appropriations/Environment/Vote on Amendment to Permit Drilling for Natural Gas in the Outer Continental Shelf. May 19, 2005. Y N W
Roll Call 132. H.R. 6. Energy/Vote on Passage of The Energy Policy Act of 2005, a Comprehensive Bill Dealing with Research and Development of Numerous Sources of Energy Apr 21, 2005. Y N L
Roll Call 130. H.R. 6. Energy/Vote on Amendment to Codify Executive Orders Issued by Presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton to Achieve "Environmental Justice," Meaning to Collect Data and Develop Policies to Alleviate the Impact of Pollution on Minority and Low-Income Communities. Apr 21, 2005. N Y L
Roll Call 121. H.R. 6. Energy/Vote on Amendment to Raise Average Fuel Economy Standards for Cars from 25 Miles Per Gallon to 33 Miles Per Gallon By 2015. Apr 20, 2005. Y Y L
Roll Call 120. H.R. 6. Energy/Vote on Amendment to Require the Environmental Protection Agency to Update Its Procedures for Rating Car Fuel Economies Apr 20, 2005. Y N L
Roll Call 118. H.R. 6. Energy/Vote on Amendment to Take a Number of Measures to Check the Rise in Gas Prices. Apr 20, 2005. N Y L
Roll Call 117. H.R. 6. Energy/Vote on Amendment to Reduce U.S. Demand for Oil by at Least One Million Barrels Per Day. Apr 20, 2005. N Y L
Roll Call 116. H.R. 6. Energy/Vote on Amendment to Change "Strategic Petroleum Reserve" into "Strategic Fuels Reserve." Apr 20, 2005. N Y L
Roll Call 115. H.R. 6. Energy/Vote on Amendment to Strike Oil Refinery Revitalization Provision from Energy Bill. Apr 20, 2005. N Y L
Roll Call 63. H.R. 3. Surface Transportation/Vote on Amendment to Grant Urbanized Areas with Small Transit Systems Additional Flexibility Regarding How to Spend Their Federal Transit Funds. Mar 10, 2005. Y N L
Roll Call 59. H.R. 3. Surface Transportation (Highways, etc.)/Vote on an Amendment to Permit Tolls on New Federal Roads or New Lanes Only to Cover Costs of Building Them. Mar 09, 2005. Y N W
Roll Call 112. A vote on passage of a Republican amendment to the highway funding bill (HR 3550) that would increase the number of state projects included in the federal government's calculation for determining the minimum of funding support for each state. Apr 02, 2004. N N W
Roll Call 111. A vote on passage of a Republican amendment that would insert in the House highway bill (HR 3550) language that would permit tolls only on new voluntary-use lanes until the new lanes are paid for as opposed to letting those tolls to continue to operate in order to pay for routine road maintenance. Apr 02, 2004. Y N L
Roll Call 108. A vote on passage of a Republican amendment to the highway transportation bill (HR 3550) that would have allowed heavy trucks to add air ventilation units weighing up to 400 pounds to their rigs as a way of reducing fuel emissions, but which would place more wear and tear on the road. Apr 01, 2004. Y N W
Roll Call 105. A procedural vote to cut off Democratic debate and the possibility of hostile amendments to a Republican bill to fund federal highway and highway safety programs. Apr 01, 2004. Y N L
Roll Call 598. H.R 6. Energy Policy/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Drop Any Provisions in the Energy Conference Report Which Would Weaken Clean Air Standards. Oct 30, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 394. H.R. 2754. Fiscal 2004 Energy and Water Appropriations/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill Which, In the View of Progressives, Failed to Include Adequate Funding for Renewable Energy Programs. Jul 18, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 392. H.R. 2754. Fiscal 2004 Energy and Water Appropriations/Vote to Provide Additional Funding for Renewable Energy Programs. Jul 18, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 166. H.R. 766. Nanotechnology Research/Vote to Require Research into the Potential for Nanotechnology to Provide Clean Sources of Energy. May 07, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 143. H.R. 6. Energy Plan/Vote to Prevent Coal Producers From Seizing Unlimited Amounts of Federal Land. Apr 11, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 135. H.R. 6. Energy Plan/Vote to Prevent Oil-Drilling in the Pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Apr 10, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 134. H.R. 6. Energy Plan/Vote to Allow, But Limit, Oil-Drilling in the Pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Apr 10, 2003. Y N L
Roll Call 132. H.R. 6. Energy Plan/Vote to Spur the Development of More Fuel Efficient Automobiles. Apr 10, 2003. Y Y L
Roll Call 131. H.R. 6. Energy Plan/Vote on Rules of Debate on a Bill to Provide Tax Breaks to Energy Companies and Allow Oil Drilling in the Pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Apr 10, 2003. Y N L
Roll Call 130. H.R. 6. Energy Plan/Vote to Allow Consideration of a Bill to Provide Tax Breaks to Energy Companies and Allow Oil Drilling in the Pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Apr 10, 2003. Y N L