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All Senate votes / Session 1

Session 2

Yes: 93, No: 4, Not voting: 3
February 18, 1993

S 1 (Vote 15)

S.1, As Amended; National Institutes of Health Revitalization Act of 1993

Yes: 23, No: 74, Not voting: 3
February 18, 1993

S 1 (Vote 14)

Helms Amdt. No. 48; To permit the United States Claims Court to continue to receive, and forward, petitions for compensation for a vaccine-related injury.

Yes: 76, No: 23, Not voting: 1
February 18, 1993

S 1 (Vote 13)

Nickles Amdt. No. 13; Relating to the admission to the United States of aliens infected with the AIDS virus.

Yes: 42, No: 56, Not voting: 2
February 18, 1993

S 1 (Vote 12)

Kennedy Amdt. No. 40; To provide that the current list of communicable diseases of public health significance remain in place for a 90-day period and to require that a careful review of potential costs to the U.S. health care system take place before any change in the list.

Yes: 71, No: 27, Not voting: 2
February 4, 1993

H R 1 (Vote 11)

H.R. 1, As Amended; Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993

Yes: 59, No: 39, Not voting: 2
February 4, 1993

S 5 (Vote 10)

Motion To Table Brown Amdt. No. 22; To modify provisions relating to intermittent leave and leave on a reduced leave schedule.

Yes: 62, No: 37, Not voting: 1
February 4, 1993

S 5 (Vote 9)

Motion To Table Dole Amdt. No. 19; To provide for a review of Department of Defense policy concerning service of homosexuals in the Armed Forces.

Yes: 1, No: 98, Not voting: 1
February 4, 1993

S 5 (Vote 8)

Motion To Table Mitchell Amdt. No. 18; With respect to military policy with respect to homosexuals.

Yes: 67, No: 31, Not voting: 1
February 4, 1993

S 5 (Vote 7)

Motion To Table Amdt. No. 16; To limit the period for which a public employer may be required to provide family and medical leave.

Yes: 56, No: 42, Not voting: 2
February 3, 1993

S 5 (Vote 6)

Motion To Table Danforth Amdt. No. 14; To encourage mediation of complaints filed with respect to family and medical leave.