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Session 2

Yes: 230, No: 194, Not voting: 11
January 18, 2007

Procedural Vote on Alternative Energy Bill (Vote 36)

Providing for the Consideration of H.R. 6, Creating Long-Term Energy Alternatives for the Nation Act

Yes: 231, No: 194, Not voting: 10
January 18, 2007

Procedural Vote on Alternative Energy Bill (Vote 35)

Providing for the Consideration of H.R. 6, Creating Long-Term Energy Alternatives for the Nation Act

Yes: 184, No: 233, Not voting: 18
January 18, 2007

Vote to Adjourn (Vote 34)

Yes: 421, No: 0, Not voting: 14
January 17, 2007

Honoring Muhammad Ali (Vote 33)

To Honor Muhammad Ali, Global Humanitarian, on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday and to Extend Best Wishes to Him and His Family

Yes: 356, No: 71, Not voting: 8
January 17, 2007

Tuition Relief Bill (Vote 32)

This bill would lower the interest rate on student loans. <br> <br> The legislation would amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 and decrease the interest rate on federally subsidized student loans from 6.8 percent to 3.4 percent in stages over five years. It would impact undergraduate student borrowers in the Federal Family Education Loan and Direct Loan programs. <br> <br> Interest rates would decrease to 6.12 percent in 2007, 5.44 percent in 2006 and continue to drop until they reach 3.4 percent in 2011. The first reduced interest rate would apply on loans disbursed on or after July 1, 2007. <br> <br> The Washington Post reported that the bill's projected $6 billion cost would be offset by trimming federal interest rate subsidies and raising fees on loan providers. Bill authors said a borrower with $13,800 in student loan debt would save $4,400 over the life of the loan according to The Post. <br> <br> Other provisions of the bill include lender insurance changes and increased loan fees for borrowers. <br> <br> The House passed the bill on Jan. 17, 2007, with a vote of 356-71. All House Democrats voted for the bill, joined by 124 Republicans.

Yes: 186, No: 241, Not voting: 8
January 17, 2007

Tuition Relief Act (Vote 31)

College Student Relief Act

Yes: 223, No: 190, Not voting: 21
January 17, 2007

Tuition Relief Bill (Vote 30)

Providing for the Consideration of H.R. 5, College Student Relief Act

Yes: 225, No: 191, Not voting: 18
January 17, 2007

Tuition Relief Bill (Vote 29)

Providing for the Consideration of H.R. 5, College Student Relief Act

Yes: 413, No: 2, Not voting: 19
January 17, 2007

Small Business Act Extension (Vote 28)

To Provide for An Additional Temporary Extension of Programs Under the Small Business Act and the Small Business Investment Act of 1958 Through December 31, 2007, and for Other Purposes

Yes: 416, No: 0, Not voting: 18
January 17, 2007

Honoring Mare Island 21ers (Vote 27)

Honoring the Mare Island Original 21ers for Their Efforts to Remedy Racial Discrimination in Employment at Mare Island Naval Shipyard.