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Session 2

Yes: 46, No: 49, Not voting: 5
March 7, 2005

S 256 (Vote 26)

Kennedy Amdt. No. 44; To amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to provide for an increase in the Federal minimum wage.

Yes: 40, No: 54, Not voting: 6
March 3, 2005

S 256 (Vote 25)

Durbin Amdt. No. 49; To protect employees and retirees from corporate practices that deprive them of their earnings and retirement savings when a business files for bankruptcy.

Yes: 40, No: 54, Not voting: 6
March 3, 2005

S 256 (Vote 24)

Rockefeller Amdt. No. 24; To amend the wage priority provision and to amend the payment of insurance benefits to retirees.

Yes: 39, No: 56, Not voting: 5
March 3, 2005

S 256 (Vote 23)

Schumer Amdt. No. 42; To limit the exemption for asset protection trusts.

Yes: 40, No: 58, Not voting: 2
March 3, 2005

S 256 (Vote 22)

Durbin Amdt. No. 38; To discourage predatory lending practices.

Yes: 37, No: 61, Not voting: 2
March 3, 2005

S 256 (Vote 21)

Nelson (FL) Amdt. No. 37; To exempt debtors from means testing if their financial problems were caused by identity theft.

Yes: 24, No: 74, Not voting: 2
March 3, 2005

S 256 (Vote 20)

Dayton Amdt. No. 31.; To limit the amount of interest that can be charged on any extension of credit to 30 percent.

Yes: 52, No: 46, Not voting: 2
March 3, 2005

S J RES 4 (Vote 19)

S.J.Res. 4; A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval of the rule submitted by the Department of Agriculture under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, relating to risk zones for introduction of bovine spongiform encephalopathy.

Yes: 37, No: 60, Not voting: 3
March 2, 2005

S 256 (Vote 18)

Corzine Amdt. No. 32; To preserve existing bankruptcy protections for individuals experiencing economic distress as caregivers to ill or disabled family members.

Yes: 39, No: 58, Not voting: 3
March 2, 2005

S 256 (Vote 17)

Kennedy Amdt. No. 29; To provide protection for medical debt homeowners.