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Session 2

Yes: 74, No: 25, Not voting: 1
March 20, 2001

S 27 (Vote 40)

Motion to Table Smith (OR) Amdt. No. 118; To prohibit candidates and Members of Congress from accepting certain contributions while Congress is in session.

Yes: 37, No: 63, Not voting: 0
March 20, 2001

S 27 (Vote 39)

Bennett Amdt. No. 117; To amend the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 to prohibit separate segregated funds and nonconnected political committees from using soft money to subsidize hard dollar fundraising.

Yes: 70, No: 30, Not voting: 0
March 20, 2001

S 27 (Vote 38)

Domenici Amendment No. 115; To amend the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 to modify contribution limits in response to expenditures of a candidate from personal funds.

Yes: 51, No: 48, Not voting: 1
March 19, 2001

S 27 (Vote 37)

Motion To Table Domenici Amendment No. 112; To increase contribution limits in response to candidate's use of personal wealth and limit time to use contributions to repay personal loans to campaigns.

Yes: 83, No: 15, Not voting: 1
March 15, 2001

S 420 (Vote 36)

S.420, As Amended; Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2001

Yes: 79, No: 18, Not voting: 1
March 15, 2001

S 420 (Vote 35)

Feingold Amendment No. 51, As Modified; To strike section 1310, relating to barring certain foreign judgments.

Yes: 22, No: 77, Not voting: 0
March 15, 2001

S 420 (Vote 33)

Wellstone Amendment No. 70; To change the relevant time period in determining current monthly income.

Yes: 36, No: 63, Not voting: 0
March 15, 2001

S 420 (Vote 34)

Wellstone Amdt. No. 71; To address the acceptable period of time between the filing of petitions for relief under chapter 12 of title 11, United States Code.

Yes: 99, No: 0, Not voting: 0
March 15, 2001

S 420 (Vote 31)

Leahy Amendment No. 14, As Modified; To protect the identities of minor children in bankruptcy proceedings.

Yes: 39, No: 60, Not voting: 0
March 15, 2001

S 420 (Vote 30)

Motion to Table Kohl Amdt. No. 68; To limit the value of certain real and personal property that a debtor may elect to exempt under State or local law, and for other purposes.