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Session 2

Yes: 412, No: 0, Not voting: 21
February 8, 2005

H R 315 (Vote 21)

To Designate the United States Courthouse at 300 North Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida, As the “John Milton Bryan Simpson United States Courthouse”

Yes: 414, No: 0, Not voting: 20
February 8, 2005

H RES 46 (Vote 20)

Supporting the Goals and Ideals of National Mentoring Month

Yes: 404, No: 9, Not voting: 18
February 2, 2005

H RES 60 (Vote 19)

Relating to the Free Election in Iraq Held on January 30, 2005

Yes: 411, No: 3, Not voting: 19
February 2, 2005

H RES 57 (Vote 18)

Expressing the Strong Concern of the House of Representatives That the European Union May End Its Embargo Against the People’S Republic of China

Yes: 415, No: 1, Not voting: 17
February 2, 2005

H RES 56 (Vote 17)

Commending the Palestinian People for Conducting a Free and Fair Presidential Election on January 9, 2005, and for Other Purposes

Yes: 327, No: 84, Not voting: 22
February 2, 2005

H CON RES 36 (Vote 16)

Expressing the Continued Support of Congress for Equal Access of Military Recruiters to Institutions of Higher Education

Yes: 410, No: 0, Not voting: 23
February 1, 2005

H R 120 (Vote 15)

To Designate the Facility of the United States Postal Service Located at 30777 Rancho California Road at Temecula, California, As the “Dalip Singh Saund Post Office Building”

Yes: 408, No: 0, Not voting: 25
February 1, 2005

H RES 23 (Vote 14)

Honoring the Contributions of Catholic Schools

Yes: 231, No: 173, Not voting: 29
January 26, 2005

H R 54 (Vote 13)

To Amend Title 31, United States Code, to Provide Reasonable Standards for Congressional Gold Medals, and for Other Purposes

Yes: 187, No: 217, Not voting: 29
January 26, 2005

H R 54 (Vote 12)

To Amend Title 31, United States Code, to Provide Reasonable Standards for Congressional Gold Medals, and for Other Purposes