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All Senate votes / Session 1

Session 2

Yes: 93, No: 5, Not voting: 2
September 25, 1997

H R 2266 (Vote 258)

h.r.2266 conference report; Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1998

Yes: 90, No: 10, Not voting: 0
September 24, 1997

H R 2209 (Vote 257)

h.r.2209 conference report; Congressional Operations Appropriations Act, 1998

Yes: 98, No: 2, Not voting: 0
September 24, 1997

S 830 (Vote 256)

s.830 as amended; Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act of 1997

Yes: 98, No: 2, Not voting: 0
September 23, 1997

S 830 (Vote 255)

modified committee substitute no. 1130 as modified; To provide a complete substitute.

Yes: 65, No: 35, Not voting: 0
September 23, 1997

S 830 (Vote 254)

motion to table reed (ri) amdt no. 1177; To ensure that determinations of the Secretary with respect to the intended uses of a device are based on the proposed labeling only if such labeling is not false or misleading.

Yes: 39, No: 61, Not voting: 0
September 23, 1997

S 830 (Vote 253)

durbin amendment no. 1139; To eliminate provisions relating to the discretion of the Secretary of Health and Human Services to track devices or to conduct postmarket surveillance of devices.

Yes: 40, No: 59, Not voting: 1
September 23, 1997

S 830 (Vote 252)

durbin amendment no. 1140; To require that entities and individuals accredited to conduct reviews of device notifications be subject to the conflict of interest standards that apply to employees of the Food and Drug Administration.

Yes: 93, No: 3, Not voting: 4
September 18, 1997

H R 2107 (Vote 251)

h.r.2107 as amended; Miccosukee Settlement Act of 1997

Yes: 81, No: 14, Not voting: 5
September 18, 1997

H R 2107 (Vote 250)

murkowski amendment no. 1245; To establish conditions for the transfer of rights and interests in the Stampede Mine Site in Alaska to the Secretary of the Interior.

Yes: 59, No: 39, Not voting: 2
September 18, 1997

On the Point of Order (Vote 249)

does the bumpers amdt. no. 1224 violate the constitution?; To ensure that Federal taxpayers receive a fair return for the extraction of locatable minerals on public domain land and that abandoned mines are reclaimed.