What: All Issues : Fair Taxation : More Equitable Distribution of Tax Burden
 Who: All Members : New York, District 2 : King, Pete
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Roll Call 690. (S. 365) Final passage of legislation that would raise the U.S. debt limit by $2.4 trillion (to $16.7 trillion) through 2012, cut more than $900 billion from social programs and military spending, and create a commission to propose an additional $1.5 trillion in budgetary savings (either from spending cuts or tax revenue increases) Aug 01, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 687. (S. 365) Legislation that would raise the U.S. debt limit by $2.4 trillion (to $16.7 trillion) through 2012, cut more than $900 billion from social programs and military spending, and create a commission to propose an additional $1.5 trillion in budgetary savings (either from spending cuts or tax revenue increases) – On passage of a resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the debt limit bill Aug 01, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 686. (S. 365) Legislation that would raise the U.S. debt limit by $2.4 trillion (to $16.7 trillion) through 2012, cut more than $900 billion from social programs and military spending, and create a commission to propose an additional $1.5 trillion in budgetary savings (either from spending cuts or tax revenue increases) – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the debt limit bill Aug 01, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 276. (H. Con. Res. 34) On an amendment sponsored by House Democrats that would have allowed income tax cuts for the wealthy enacted in 2001 and 2003 to expire, cut Defense Department spending by $89 billion over 10 years, cut agricultural subsidies by $20 billion over 10 years, and preserved Medicare as a guaranteed, government-run health care program for the elderly. Apr 15, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 274. (H. Con. Res. 34) On an amendment sponsored by the Congressional Progressive Caucus that would have allowed tax cuts enacted in 2001 and 2003 to expire, and preserved Medicare as a guaranteed, government-run health care program for the elderly. The amendment also would have ended tax subsidies for oil and gas companies and power plants, implemented a new government-run health insurance program to compete with private insurers, and increased funding for clean energy, affordable housing, and medical research programs. Apr 15, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 273. (H. Con. Res. 34) On an amendment sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus that would have allowed income tax cuts enacted in 2001 and 2003 to expire, and preserved Medicare as a guaranteed, government-run health care program for the elderly. The amendment also would have increased funding for food stamps, job training programs, food safety inspections, community health care centers, and financial aid for low-income college students. Apr 15, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 253. (H.R. 1363) Final passage of legislation funding federal government programs and agencies for one week Apr 08, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 162. (H.R. 4) Final passage of legislation repealing a provision of a major health care law enacted in 2010 that required small businesses to file a tax form (a 1099 form) for all individuals who had received $600 or more from a business in exchange for property or merchandise, and cutting subsidies for uninsured Americans to purchase health insurance. Mar 03, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 161. (H.R. 4) On tabling (killing) an effort to appeal a ruling that a Democratic motion violated the rules of the House of Representatives. The Democratic motion would have restored subsidies—which were cut by the underlying bill—for uninsured Americans to purchase health insurance, and eliminated tax benefits for oil and gas companies. Mar 03, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 153. (H. J. Res. 44) On a motion that would have eliminated all federal tax benefits provided to oil and gas companies. This motion was offered to legislation funding the federal government through March 18, 2011 and cutting $4 billion from government programs, including renewable energy research, aid to poorly performing schools, and urban economic development initiatives. Mar 01, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 142. (H.R. 1) On an amendment that would have eliminated $50 million in federal funding for oil and gas research at the Energy Department. Feb 18, 2011. N Y L
Roll Call 6. (H. Res. 5) Final passage of a resolution revising the procedural rules of the House of Representatives, including eliminating House floor voting rights for House delegates from the District of Columbia and U.S. territories, and revising budget rules to make it easier for Republican leaders to bring up tax cut bills that increase federal budget deficits. Jan 05, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 4. (H. Res. 5) Legislation revising the procedural rules of the House of Representatives, including eliminating House floor voting rights for House delegates from the District of Columbia and U.S. territories, and revising budget rules to make it easier for Republican leaders to bring up tax cut bills that increased federal budget deficits – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the measure. Jan 05, 2011. Y N L
Roll Call 647. (H.R. 4853) Final passage of legislation extending income tax cuts (which were enacted in 2001 and 2003 under President George W. Bush) for two years, and extending (for one year) unemployment compensation for laid-off workers who had exhausted their benefits Dec 16, 2010. Y N L
Roll Call 604. (H.R. 4853) Final passage of legislation extending tax cuts (which were enacted in 2001 and 2003 under President George W. Bush) for middle class taxpayers, but allowing tax cuts for wealthy individuals and families to expire Dec 02, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 597. (H.R. 4853) Legislation extending tax cuts (which were enacted in 2001 and 2003 under President George W. Bush) for middle class taxpayers, but allowing tax cuts for wealthy individuals and families to expire – On the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill Dec 02, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 596. (H.R. 4853) Legislation extending tax cuts (which were enacted in 2001 and 2003 under President George W. Bush) for middle class taxpayers, but allowing tax cuts for wealthy individuals and families to expire – On bringing to a final vote the resolution setting a time limit for debate and prohibiting amendments to the bill Dec 02, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 572. (H. Con. Res 332) On a resolution providing for an adjournment of the two houses of Congress for the traditional Thanksgiving recess. Republicans opposed this resolution because Democrats had not scheduled a vote on extending all of the income tax cuts enacted under the first Bush administration. Nov 17, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 549. (H.R. 847) On a 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 eliminated a tax on U.S. subsidiaries of foreign corporations (which had not paid taxes on income earned in the U.S.), and cut payments to medical providers treating 9/11 rescue workers who became ill as a result of their rescue efforts following the attacks on the World Trade Center. Sep 29, 2010. N N W
Roll Call 546. (H Con Res 321) Passage of a resolution providing for an adjournment of the two houses of Congress for the traditional pre-midterm election recess (which typically begins in October and lasts into November) Sep 29, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 514. (H.R. 5982) Final passage of legislation repealing a provision of major health care legislation enacted in 2010 that required small businesses to file a tax form (a 1099 form) for all individuals who had received $600 or more from a business in exchange for property or merchandise Jul 30, 2010. N Y L
Roll Call 363. (H.R. 5486) Passage of legislation exempting income from investments in small businesses and restricting the use of granter retained annuity trusts (“GRATS, “ which allow individuals to transfer wealth to family members without paying a gift or estate tax) by requiring that they have a 10-year minimum term Jun 15, 2010. N Y W
Roll Call 943. (H.R. 4213) On passage of legislation extending the tuition tax deduction, the R&D tax credit and several other tax reductions through the 2010 fiscal year Dec 09, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 942. (H.R. 4213) On legislation extending the tuition tax deduction, the R&D tax credit and several other tax reductions through the 2010 fiscal year - - on a motion to table (kill) the appeal of a ruling by the Speaker; the ruling was that a motion to add language reducing a proposed tax increase on certain interest generated by businesses was not in order Dec 09, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 940. (H.Res. 955) Legislation extending the tuition tax deduction, the R&D tax credit and several other tax reductions through the 2010 fiscal year - - on the resolution setting the terms for debating the legislation Dec 09, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 939. (H.Res. 955) Legislation extending the tuition tax deduction, the R&D tax credit and several other tax reductions through the 2010 fiscal year - - on a motion to move to an immediate vote on the resolution setting the terms for debating the legislation Dec 09, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 929. (H.R. 4154) On final passage of legislation designed to make the estate tax permanent and to reduce its impact on those who will be required to pay it Dec 03, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 928. (H.R. 4154) Legislation designed to make the estate tax permanent and to reduce its impact on those who will be required to pay it - - on a motion to have language added that would have suspended the imposition of the tax in the remaining portion of fiscal year 2010 and in all of fiscal year 2011 Dec 03, 2009. Y N W
Roll Call 927. (H.R. 4154) On whether to table (kill) an appeal of a ruling by the House Speaker that had prevented a vote on whether to recommit to committee a bill designed to extend the estate tax and have language added eliminating that tax Dec 03, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 924. (H. Res. 941) Legislation designed to make the estate tax permanent and to reduce its impact on those who will be required to pay it - - on the resolution setting the terms for debating the legislation. Dec 03, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 923. (H. Res. 941) Legislation designed to make the estate tax permanent and to reduce its impact on those who will be required to pay it - - on a motion for an immediate vote on the resolution setting the terms for debating the legislation. Dec 03, 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 192. (H.Con. Res. 85) On passage of the fiscal year 2010 budget resolution. Apr 02, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 191. (H.Con. Res. 85) On approval of the fiscal year 2010 budget proposed by the Republican minority Apr 02, 2009. N N W
Roll Call 190. (H.Con. Res. 85) On approval of the fiscal year 2010 budget proposed by the Congressional Black Caucus Apr 02, 2009. N Y L
Roll Call 189. (H.Con. Res. 85) On approval of the fiscal year 2010 budget proposed by the Republican Study Committee Apr 02, 2009. N N W
Roll Call 188. (H.Con. Res. 85) On approval of the fiscal year 2010 budget proposed by the Congressional Progressive Caucus Apr 02, 2009. N Y L
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 69. (H.R.1) Legislation funding the economic stimulus package developed in response to the severe economic downturn of 2008 and 2009 - - on a motion to send the legislation back to committee and add language allowing for a deduction of both the sales tax on new auto purchases and interest on new auto loans Feb 13, 2009. Y N W
Roll Call 46. H.R. 1 Economic stimulus /On passage of the legislation providing more than $800 billion in stimulus spending and tax reductions. Jan 28, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 44. Amendment to H.R.1, the stimulus package proposed by the Democrats. The amendment would substitute the proposed Republican stimulus package that added income tax rate deductions for the bottom two income tax brackets, alternative minimum tax relief, small business deductions and expensing, expanded carry back of net operating losses, improved home buyer credit, unemployment benefit tax exemption, health insurance premium deduction, repeal of the 3 percent withholding requirement for government contractors, extension of unemployment benefits, and a Sense of Congress statement against tax increases to offset outlays. Jan 28, 2009. N N W
Roll Call 40. Outlining rules for debate (H. Res. 92) on the economic stimulus legislation /On adoption of the resolution. Jan. 28, 2009. Jan 28, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 39. Economic Stimulus/Procedural vote to allow the House to consider the resolution which outlines the rules for debate of the bill containing the economic stimulus package. Jan. 28, 2009. Jan 28, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 38. Economic Stimulus/Procedural vote on whether to take up the economic stimulus legislation (H.R.1) despite the fact that its expenditures violated the Congressional “pay-as-you-go” rule. Jan. 27, 2009. Jan 27, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 35. H Res 88. (Economic stimulus) Providing for consideration of a bill that would provide $815.8 billion for tax cuts and other economic stimulus spending (HR 1)/On passing the bill Jan 27, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 34. H Res 88. (Economic stimulus) Providing for consideration of a bill that would provide $815.8 billion for tax cuts and other economic stimulus spending (HR 1)/On ordering the previous question Jan 27, 2009. N Y W
Roll Call 322. Increasing opportunities for participation by small business in federal contracting (H.R. 1873)/Motion to recommit with instructions to allow small businesses to be considered "economically disadvantaged" if they can demonstrate they are adversely affected by expiring tax incentives May 10, 2007. Y N W
Roll Call 308. Five-year budget resolution (S. Con. Res. 21)/Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) motion to instruct conferees to reject the revenue levels set in the House budget resolution, accommodate the extension of the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts and prohibit the use of the Social Security trust fund to finance other government programs May 08, 2007. Y N L
Roll Call 307. Five-year budget resolution (S. Con. Res. 21)/On passage May 08, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 306. On adopting the rules for consideration (H. Res. 370) of the five-year budget resolution (H. Con. Res. 99/S. Con. Res. 21)/Rule for a conference May 08, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 212. Fiscal 2008 budget resolution (H. Con. Res. 99)/Final vote on a resolution to set spending and revenue targets for the next five years Mar 29, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 210. H. Con. Res. 99 (Fiscal 2008 Budget Resolution), Woolsey of California substitute amendment offering an alternative budget resolution authored by the Congressional Progressive Caucus/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 29, 2007. N Y L
Roll Call 209. Fiscal 2008 budget resolution (H. Con. Res.), Kilpatrick of Michigan substitute amendment offering an alternative budget resolution authored by the Congressional Black Caucus/On agreeing to the amendment Mar 29, 2007. N Y L
Roll Call 203. H. Res. 275, providing for the rules of consideration governing debate of the fiscal 2008 budget resolution (H. Con. Res. 99)/On agreeing to the rules package Mar 28, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 202. H. Res. 275, providing for the rules of consideration for the fiscal 2008 budget resolution (H. Con. Res. 99)/Procedural motion to end debate and prohibit amendment Mar 28, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 17. Minimum wage increase (H.R. 2)/Motion to recommit with instructions to include language allowing employers that provide health benefits to their employees to pay the existing minimum wage of $5.15 per hour Jan 10, 2007. N N W
Roll Call 16. Minimum wage increase (H.R. 2)/On appealing a ruling that a Republican motion to send the bill back to committee to add tax breaks for small businesses wasn't allowable Jan 10, 2007. N Y W
Roll Call 102. H.R. 8. Taxation/Vote to Make Permanent the Repeal of the Estate Tax Apr 13, 2005. Y N L
Roll Call 101. H.R. 8. Taxation/Vote on Amendment to Keep Estate Tax But Increase Amount of Estate Exempted from Tax to $3 Million Apr 13, 2005. N Y L
Roll Call 88. H. Con. Res. 95. Budget/Vote on Final Passage of Budget Resolution for Fiscal Year 2006. Mar 17, 2005. Y N L
Roll Call 64. H.R. 3. Surface Transportation/Vote on Motion to Recommit with Instructions Bill Reauthorizing the Nation's Surface Transportation Laws. Mar 10, 2005. N Y L
Roll Call 62. H.R. 3. Surface Transportation/Vote on Amendment to remove from the bill language mandating that states establishing HOT (high-occupancy toll) lanes include a lower fee for low-income drivers. Mar 10, 2005. Y N L
Roll Call 171. A vote on a Democratic motion to instruct House conferees reconciling their chamber's Republican-backed budget resolution (S CON RES 95) with that of the Senate, to adopt the Senate's position that tax cuts and other pending contributing to raising the deficit should have corresponding offsets somewhere else in the budget. May 13, 2004. N Y L
Roll Call 170. A vote on final passage of Bush administration-backed legislation (HR 4275), which would make permanent certain soon-to-expire income tax breaks for middle and lower income earners. May 13, 2004. Y N L
Roll Call 169. A vote on passage of a Democratic substitute bill to a White House supported measure (HR 4275) which would make permanent certain income tax cuts on middle and lower-income individuals. May 13, 2004. N Y L
Roll Call 144. A vote on final passage of the Republican Alternative Minimum Tax bill (HR 4227) to extend for one year the current income exemptions -- up to $40,250 for individual taxpayers and $58,000 for married couples -- from the alternative minimum tax (AMT). May 05, 2004. Y N L
Roll Call 143. A vote on a Democratic substitute to the Republican-backed Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) bill (HR 4227) which would exempt individuals with gross incomes of less than $125,000 and married couples with incomes below $250,000 from the AMT in 2005. May 05, 2004. N Y L
Roll Call 142. Vote on a Republican motion to "order the previous question" -- thus ending debate and possibility of amendment -- on adoption of the rule (H Res 619) to provide for House floor consideration of a bill (HR 4227) that would extend for one year the current income exemptions from the alternative minimum tax (AMT). May 05, 2004. Y N L
Roll Call 138. A vote on final passage by the full House of the Republican "Marriage Penalty Relief Act" (HR 4181) would permanently eliminate the so-called marriage penalty by making the standard tax deduction for married couples double that of single taxpayers to the tune of $105 billion over 10 years. Apr 28, 2004. Y N L
Roll Call 137. A vote on a Democratic motion to send back to its committee of origin for redrafting the White House-backed "Marriage Penalty Relief Act" (H R 4181) to amend the Internal Revenue Code to permanently extend the increased standard tax deduction for married taxpayers filing joint returns. Apr 28, 2004. N Y L
Roll Call 136. A House Vote on passage of a Democratic substitute to a Republican-drafted measure (HR 4181) designed to eliminate the "marriage penalty" contained in federal tax law by amending the Internal Revenue Code to permanently extend the increased standard tax deduction for married taxpayers filing joint returns. Apr 28, 2004. N Y L
Roll Call 92. H. Con. Res. 393. Fiscal 2005 Budget Resolution/Vote on Final Passage of the Republican Version of the Budget Resolution Which Would Provide $152.6 Billion in Tax Cuts Over Five Years and Spending Increases in Social Security, Medicare, Defense Spending, and Homeland Security Protections. Mar 25, 2004. Y N L
Roll Call 91. H. Con. Res. 393. Fiscal 2005 Budget Resolution/ Vote on the Blue Dog Democrats' Version of the Budget Resolution Which Would Balance the Budget by 2012 and Prevent the Passage of Additional Tax Cuts Until Congress and the President Had Taken Action to Reduce the Deficit. Mar 25, 2004. N Y L
Roll Call 90. H. Con. Res. 393. Fiscal 2005 Budget Resolution/Vote on the Republican Study Committee's Version of the Budget Resolution Which Would Provide More Tax Cuts and Domestic Spending Reductions than the Republican Leadership's Version of the Budget Resolution. Mar 25, 2004. N N W
Roll Call 89. H. Con. Res. 393. Fiscal 2005 Budget Resolution/Vote on the Blue Dog Democrats' Version of the Budget Resolution Which Would Balance the Budget by 2012 and Prevent the Passage of Additional Tax Cuts Until Congress and the President Had Taken Action to Reduce the Deficit. Mar 25, 2004. N Y L
Roll Call 88. H. Con. Res. 393. Fiscal 2005 Budget Resolution/Vote on the Congressional Black Caucus' Version of the Budget Resolution Which Would Reduce Previously-Enacted Tax Cuts to Wealthy Individuals and Increase Funding for Domestic Spending Priorities such as Education and Health Care. Mar 25, 2004. N Y L
Roll Call 614. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Tax Breaks for Soldiers/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Nov 06, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 572. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Tax Breaks for Soldiers/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Oct 28, 2003. Close Vote Absent Y L
Roll Call 542. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Strike Health Savings Accounts From the Conference Committee Version of the Prescription Drug Bill. Oct 15, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 541. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Tax Breaks for Soldiers/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Oct 15, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 533. H.R. 1. Prescription Drug Benefit/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Strike Health Savings Accounts From the Conference Committee Version of the Prescription Drug Bill. Oct 07, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 529. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Tax Breaks for Soldiers/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Oct 01, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 525. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Tax Breaks for Soldiers/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Sep 30, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 509. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Sep 23, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 507. H.R. 7. Charitable Giving Act/Vote to Recommit to Committee a Bill Which Would Create Tax Incentives for Charitable Giving. Sep 17, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 501. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Sep 10, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 493. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Sep 10, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 477. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Sep 05, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 449. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/ Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Jul 25, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 447. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Jul 25, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 446. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Jul 24, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 398. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Jul 21, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 396. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Jul 18, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 390. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Jul 17, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 370. H.R. 1308. Child Tax Credit and Military Tax Breaks/Vote to Instruct House Conferees to Extend the Child Tax Credit to Low Income Families As Quickly As Possible and Prevent the Inclusion of Additional Tax Breaks for Wealthy Individuals During Conference Committee Negotiations with the Senate. Jul 16, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 287. H.R. 8. Estate Tax Repeal/Vote on Democratic Substitute Measure to Retain, at a Reduced Rate, the Estate Tax Which Targets Wealthy Taxpayers and Comprises an Important Source of Government Revenue. Jun 18, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 245. S. 222, S. 273. Zuni Water and Grand Teton National Park/Protest Vote Against Rules of Debate on Two Non- Controversial Bills In Response to Republican Refusal to Extend the Recently-Passed Child Tax Credit to Low-Income Families. Jun 05, 2003. Y N L
Roll Call 244. S. 273, S. 222. Zuni Water and Grand Teton National Park/Protest Vote Against Allowing Consideration of Two Non- Controversial Bills In Response to Republican Refusal to Extend the Recently-Passed Child Tax Credit to Low-Income Families. Jun 05, 2003. Y N L
Roll Call 243. H.R. 1474. Digital Checks/Protest Vote Against Allowing Consideration of a Non-Controversial Bill In Response to Republican Refusal to Extend the Recently-Passed Child Tax Credit to Low-Income Families. Jun 05, 2003. Y N L
Roll Call 232. S. 763. Birch Bayh Courthouse/Protest Vote Against Passage of a Non-Controversial Bill In Response to Republican Refusal to Extend the Recently-Passed Child Tax Credit to Low-Income Families. Jun 03, 2003. N Y L
Roll Call 231. S. 273. Grand Teton National Park/Protest Vote Against Passage of a Non-Controversial Bill In Response to Republican Refusal to Extend the Recently-Passed Child Tax Credit to Low-Income Families. Jun 03, 2003. Y N W
Roll Call 230. S. 222. Zuni Water Rights/Protest Vote Against Passage of a Non-Controversial Bill In Response to Republican Refusal to Extend the Recently-Passed Child Tax Credit to Low-Income Families. Jun 03, 2003. Y N W
Roll Call 190. H.R. 1527. NTSB Reauthorization/Protest Vote Against Passage of a Non-Controversial Bill In Response to Republican Refusal to Extend the Recently-Passed Child Tax Credit to Low-Income Families. May 15, 2003. Y N L
Roll Call 430. H. Res. 543. Sense of the House Resolution/Passage of Resolution Expressing the Sense of the House That Republican Tax Relief Bill for Married Couples Should Be Adopted. Oct 02, 2002. Y N L
Roll Call 320. HR 5121. Legislative Branch Appropriations for 2003/Vote to Restrict Funding to an Investigation into Incidences In Which Wealth Citizens Renounce Their Citizenship to Avoid Paying Taxes. Jul 18, 2002. N Y L
Roll Call 319. HR 5121. Legislative Branch Appropriations for 2003/Vote on Rules of Debate Which Would Jeopardize Passage of an Amendment to Insure Funding for an Investigation into Incidences In Which Wealth Citizens Renounce Their Citizenship to Avoid Paying Taxes. Jul 18, 2002. Y N L