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Session 2

Yes: 52, No: 36, Not voting: 12
March 5, 1993

On Cloture on the Motion to Proceed (Vote 25)

Cloture Motion On Motion To Proceed To S.460; National Voter Registration Act of 1993

Yes: 66, No: 33, Not voting: 1
March 3, 1993

H R 920 (Vote 24)

H.R. 920, As Amended; Emergency Unemployment Compensation Amendments of 1993

Yes: 58, No: 41, Not voting: 1
March 3, 1993

S 382 (Vote 23)

Motion To Table; To eliminate the cost-of-living adjustments for Federal employees and Members of Congress in Calendar year 1994, and for other purposes.

Yes: 44, No: 55, Not voting: 1
March 3, 1993

On the Motion (Vote 22)

Motion To Waive CBA; Sense of the Senate that until the President of the U.S. has submitted the budget required by Section 300 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974, no Concurrent Resolution on the Budget should be considered.

Yes: 57, No: 43, Not voting: 0
March 3, 1993

S 382 (Vote 21)

Motion To Table Packwood Amdt. No. 66; To pay for the extension of unemployment benefits through the enactment of savings to streamline government and enhance management efficiency.

Yes: 94, No: 2, Not voting: 4
February 25, 1993

S RES 71 (Vote 20)

S. Res. 71 As Amended; An original resolution authorizing biennial expenditures by the committees of the Senate.

Yes: 29, No: 69, Not voting: 2
February 24, 1993

S RES 71 (Vote 19)

Chafee Amdt. No. 61; To reduce committee funding for the period March 1, 1993, through February 28, 1995.

Yes: 43, No: 56, Not voting: 1
February 24, 1993

S RES 71 (Vote 18)

Reid Amdt. No. 58; To abolish the Committee on Aging of the Senate, effective January 1, 1994.

Yes: 30, No: 68, Not voting: 2
February 24, 1993

S RES 71 (Vote 17)

Cochran Second Degree Amdt. No. 59; To eliminate funding for the Special Committee on Aging and to abolish the committee.

Yes: 98, No: 0, Not voting: 2
February 24, 1993

S RES 71 (Vote 16)

Mitchell Second Degree Amdt. No. 51; It is the sense of the Senate that the rate of pay of Senators should be frozen for one year.