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All Senate votes / Session 1

Session 2

Yes: 54, No: 45, Not voting: 1
November 19, 1993

S 414 (Vote 385)

mitchell amdt no. 1219; To strike preemption language.

Yes: 95, No: 4, Not voting: 1
November 19, 1993

H R 3355 (Vote 384)

h.r.3355 as amended, passage; Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994

Yes: 76, No: 21, Not voting: 3
November 18, 1993

S 24 (Vote 383)

S.24 Passage; Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act of 1994

Yes: 68, No: 29, Not voting: 3
November 17, 1993

S 24 (Vote 382)

Motion to Table Cochran Amdt. No. 1206; To repeal the separate independent counsel appointment process and provide for the Presidential appointment of a special counsel within the Department of Justice if necessary to avoid a conflict of interest.

Yes: 67, No: 31, Not voting: 2
November 17, 1993

S 24 (Vote 381)

Motion to Table McCain Amdt. No. 1205; To remove Members of Congress from the discretionary preliminary investigation provisions and to require such investigations.

Yes: 77, No: 22, Not voting: 1
November 17, 1993

H R 2401 (Vote 380)

Conference Report on H.R.2401; National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1994

Yes: 25, No: 74, Not voting: 1
November 17, 1993

S 1607 (Vote 379)

Levin Amdt. No. 1204; To provide for imposition of the penalty of life imprisonment without the possibility of release rather than imposition of the death penalty.

Yes: 26, No: 73, Not voting: 1
November 17, 1993

S 1607 (Vote 378)

Smith Amdt. No. 1160; To restrict Federal financial assistance to States if they do not comply with certain criminal justice programs.

Yes: 74, No: 25, Not voting: 1
November 17, 1993

S 1607 (Vote 377)

D'Amato Amdt. No. 1199; To amend the Controlled Substances Act to provide the death penalty for engaging in a continuing criminal drug enterprise involving a large quantity of drugs.

Yes: 31, No: 68, Not voting: 1
November 17, 1993

S 1607 (Vote 376)

Motion to Table Helms Amdt. No. 1159; To repeal the prison caps and provide for reasonable and proper enforcement of the eighth amendment.