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Session 2

Yes: 219, No: 187, Not voting: 20
February 16, 2006

H RES 687 (Vote 13)

Yes: 404, No: 4, Not voting: 20
February 16, 2006

H CON RES 341 (Vote 12)

Condemning the Government of Iran for Violating Its International Nuclear Nonproliferation Obligations and Expressing Support for Efforts to Report Iran to the United Nations Security Council

Yes: 410, No: 5, Not voting: 17
February 15, 2006

H R 4745 (Vote 11)

Making Supplemental Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2006 for the Small Business Administration’S Disaster Loan Program, and for Other Purposes

Yes: 418, No: 1, Not voting: 13
February 15, 2006

S CON RES 79 (Vote 10)

Expressing the Sense of Congress That No United States Assistance Should Be Provided Directly to the Palestinian Authority If Any Representative Political Party Holding a Majority of Parliamentary Seats Within the Palestinian Authority Maintains a Position Calling for the Destruction of Israel.

Yes: 408, No: 0, Not voting: 24
February 14, 2006

S 1989 (Vote 9)

To Designate the Facility of the United States Postal Service Located at 57 Rolfe Square in Cranston, Rhode Island, Shall Be Known and Designated As the “Holly a. Charette Post Office”

Yes: 407, No: 0, Not voting: 25
February 14, 2006

H CON RES 322 (Vote 8)

Expressing the Sense of Congress Regarding the Contribution of the Uso to the Morale and Welfare of Our Servicemen and Women of Our Armed Forces and Their Families

Yes: 185, No: 207, Not voting: 40
February 8, 2006

H R 4297 (Vote 7)

Tax Relief Extension Reconciliation Act

Yes: 392, No: 0, Not voting: 40
February 8, 2006

H RES 657 (Vote 6)

Honoring the Contributions of Catholic Schools

Yes: 384, No: 0, Not voting: 38
February 8, 2006

H RES 670 (Vote 5)

Congratulating the National Football League Champion Pittsburg Steelers for Winning Super Bowl Xl and Completing One of the Greatest Postseason Runs in Professional Sports History

Yes: 216, No: 214, Not voting: 3
February 1, 2006

H RES 653 (Vote 4)

Cut nearly $40 billion from the federal budget by imposing substantial changes on welfare, child support and student lending programs.