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All Senate votes / Session 1

Session 2

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

S 256 (Vote 16)

Kennedy Amdt. No. 28.; To exempt debtors whose financial problems were caused by serious medical problems from means testing.

Yes: 40, No: 59, Not voting: 1
March 2, 2005

S 256 (Vote 15)

Akaka Amdt. No. 15; To require enhanced disclosure to consumers regarding the consequences of making only minimum required payments in the repayment of credit card debt, and for other purposes.

Yes: 40, No: 59, Not voting: 1
March 2, 2005

S 256 (Vote 14)

Feingold Amdt. No. 17.; To provide a homestead floor for the elderly.

Yes: 38, No: 58, Not voting: 4
March 1, 2005

S 256 (Vote 13)

Durbin Amdt. No. 16, As Modified.; To protect servicemembers and veterans from means testing in bankruptcy, to disallow certain claims by lenders charging usurious interest rates to servicemembers, and to allow servicemembers to exempt property based on the law of the State of their premilitary residence.

Yes: 63, No: 32, Not voting: 5
March 1, 2005

S 256 (Vote 12)

Sessions Amdt. No. 23; To clarify the safe harbor with respect to debtors who have serious medical conditions or who have been called or ordered to active duty in the Armed Forces and low income veterans.

Yes: 98, No: 0, Not voting: 2
February 17, 2005

S 306 (Vote 11)

S. 306 As Amended; Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2005

Yes: 98, No: 0, Not voting: 2
February 15, 2005

On the Nomination (Vote 10)

Confirmation Michael Chertoff, of New Jersey, To Be Secretary of Homeland Security

Yes: 72, No: 26, Not voting: 2
February 10, 2005

S 5 (Vote 9)

Sought to curtail the ability of plaintiffs to file class-action lawsuits against corporations by making cases that were filed in multiple states the responsibility of federal courts.

Yes: 37, No: 61, Not voting: 2
February 10, 2005

S 5 (Vote 8)

Feingold Amdt. No. 12; To establish time limits for action by Federal district courts on motions to remand cases that have been removed to Federal court.

Yes: 38, No: 61, Not voting: 1
February 9, 2005

S 5 (Vote 7)

Feinstein Amdt. No. 4; To clarify the application of State law in certain class actions, and for other purposes.