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All Senate votes / Session 1

Session 2

Yes: 41, No: 58, Not voting: 1
March 10, 2005

S 256 (Vote 36)

Kennedy Amdt. No. 70; To exempt debtors whose financial problems were caused by failure to receive alimony or child support, or both, from means testing.

Yes: 47, No: 53, Not voting: 0
March 9, 2005

S 256 (Vote 35)

Kennedy Amdt. No. 68; To provide a maximum amount for a homestead exemption under State law.

Yes: 42, No: 58, Not voting: 0
March 9, 2005

S 256 (Vote 34)

Dodd Amdt. No. 67; To modify the bill to protect families, and for other purposes.

Yes: 40, No: 60, Not voting: 0
March 9, 2005

S 256 (Vote 33)

Boxer Amdt. No. 62; To provide for the potential disallowance of certain claims.

Yes: 48, No: 52, Not voting: 0
March 9, 2005

S 256 (Vote 32)

Harkin Amdt. No. 66; To increase the accrual period for the employee wage priority in bankruptcy.

Yes: 42, No: 58, Not voting: 0
March 9, 2005

S 256 (Vote 31)

Durbin Amdt. No. 110; To clarify that the means test does not apply to debtors below median income.

Yes: 41, No: 59, Not voting: 0
March 8, 2005

S 256 (Vote 30)

Feingold Amdt No. 89 ; To strike certain small business related bankruptcy provisions in the bill.

Yes: 69, No: 31, Not voting: 0
March 8, 2005

On the Cloture Motion (Vote 29)

Motion To Invoke Cloture On Bill S. 256; Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005

Yes: 46, No: 53, Not voting: 1
March 8, 2005

S 256 (Vote 28)

Schumer Amdt. No. 47.; To prohibit the discharge, in bankruptcy, of a debt resulting from the debtor's unlawful interference with the provision of lawful goods or services or damage to property used to provide lawful goods or services.

Yes: 38, No: 61, Not voting: 1
March 7, 2005

S 256 (Vote 27)

Santorum Amdt. No. 128; To promote job creation, family time, and small business preservation in the adjustment of the Federal minimum wage.