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All Senate votes / Session 1

Session 2

Yes: 90, No: 8, Not voting: 1
November 4, 1999

S 900 (Vote 354)

S.900 Conference Report; Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

Yes: 76, No: 19, Not voting: 4
November 3, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 353)

H.R.434 As Amended; Trade and Development Act of 2000

Yes: 66, No: 29, Not voting: 4
November 3, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 352)

Motion to Table Feingold Amendment No. 2427; To provide expanded trade benefits to countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Yes: 96, No: 0, Not voting: 3
November 3, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 351)

Harkin Amendment No. 2495; To deny benefits under the legislation to any country that does not comply with the Convention for the elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labor.

Yes: 54, No: 42, Not voting: 3
November 3, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 350)

Motion to Table the Specter Amendment No. 2347; To provide for a private right of action in the case of injury from the importation of certain dumped and subsidized merchandise.

Yes: 66, No: 31, Not voting: 2
November 3, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 349)

Motion to Table Wellstone Amendment No. 2487; To condition trade benefits for Caribbean countries on compliance with internationally recognized labor rights.

Yes: 70, No: 27, Not voting: 2
November 2, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 348)

Motion to Table Hollings Amdt. No. 2485; To require the negotiations of a reciprocal trade agreement lowering tariffs on imports of U.S. goods with a country before benefits are received under this Act by that country.

Yes: 57, No: 40, Not voting: 2
November 2, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 347)

Motion to Table Hollings Amdt. No. 2483; To require the negotiation, and submission to Congress, of side agreements concerning the environment before benefits are received.

Yes: 53, No: 44, Not voting: 2
November 2, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 346)

Motion to Table Feingold Amdt. No. 2428; To strengthen the transshipment provisions.

Yes: 54, No: 43, Not voting: 2
November 2, 1999

H R 434 (Vote 345)

Motion to Table Hollings Amdt. No. 2379; To require the negotiation, and submission to Congress, of side agreements concerning labor before benefits are received.