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All Senate votes / Session 1

Session 2

Yes: 56, No: 43, Not voting: 1
November 17, 1993

S 1607 (Vote 375)

Feinstein Amdt. No. 1152; To restrict the manufacture, transfer, and possession of certain semiautomatic assault weapons and large capacity ammunition feeding devices.

Yes: 65, No: 34, Not voting: 1
November 17, 1993

S 1657 (Vote 374)

Motion to Table S.1657; Bill to enforce the fourteenth amendment and to reform habeas corpus

Yes: 69, No: 30, Not voting: 1
November 16, 1993

S 636 (Vote 373)

s.636final passage; Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1994

Yes: 38, No: 61, Not voting: 1
November 16, 1993

S 636 (Vote 372)

hatch amdt no. 1198; To provide for a substitute amendment.

Yes: 35, No: 64, Not voting: 1
November 16, 1993

S 636 (Vote 371)

motion to table kennedy amdt no. 1197; To clarify that nothing in this Act affects State regulation of abortion.

Yes: 36, No: 63, Not voting: 1
November 16, 1993

S 636 (Vote 370)

motion to table Kennedy amdt. no. 1195; To protect rights guaranteed under the First Amendment.

Yes: 56, No: 40, Not voting: 4
November 16, 1993

S 636 (Vote 369)

kennedy amdt no.1192 (as modified); To lower the maximum penalties applicable for offenses not involving force or threat of force.

Yes: 88, No: 9, Not voting: 3
November 10, 1993

H R 3116 (Vote 368)

Conference Report H.R.3116; Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1994

Yes: 52, No: 48, Not voting: 0
November 10, 1993

S 1301 (Vote 367)

Metzenbaum Amdt. No. 1157; To express the sense of Congress that, in each year, the aggregate amount requested and authorized for, and spent on, intelligence and intelligence-related activities should be disclosed to the public in an appropriate manner.

Yes: 49, No: 51, Not voting: 0
November 10, 1993

S 1301 (Vote 366)

motion to table metzenbaum amdt no. 1157; To express the sense of Congress that, in each year, the aggregate amount requested and authorized for, and spent on, intelligence and intelligence-related activities should be disclosed to the public in an appropriate manner.