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111th Congress / Bills / H R 2

Title

To amend title XXI of the Social Security Act to extend and improve the Children's Health Insurance Program, and for other purposes.

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Votes on this bill

DateChamberResultVote
2/4/09 House Passed Session 1, roll call 50: On Motion to Concur in the Senate Amendment
Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009
1/29/09 Senate Passed Session 1, roll call 31: On Passage of the Bill
H.R. 2 as Amended; Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009
1/29/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 30: On the Amendment
Hutchison Amdt. No. 93; To provide assistance for States with percentages of children with no health insurance coverage above the national average.
1/29/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 29: On the Amendment
Bingaman Amdt. No. 63 as Modified; To clarify that new paperwork and enrollment barriers are not created in the Express Lane Enrollment option and that income may be determined by Express Lane agencies based on State income tax records or returns.
1/29/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 28: On the Amendment
Coburn Amdt. No. 86; To ensure that American children have high-quality health coverage that fits their individual needs.
1/29/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 27: On the Amendment
DeMint Amdt. No. 85; To provide an above-the-line Federal income tax deduction for health care costs of certain children in an amount comparable to the average federal share of the benefit provided to any non-citizen child for medical assistance or child health assistance.
1/29/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 26: On the Amendment
Hatch Amdt. No. 80; To codify regulations specifying that an unborn child is eligible for child health assistance.
1/29/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 25: On the Motion to Table
Motion to Table Bunning Amdt. No. 74 as Modified; To eliminate any exceptions to the prohibition on States receiving an enhanced Federal matching rate for providing coverage to children whose family income exceeds 300 percent of the poverty line.
1/29/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 24: On the Amendment
Coburn Amdt. No. 47; To ensure that children do not lose their private insurance and that uninsured children can get access to private insurance.
1/28/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 23: On the Amendment
Murkowski Amdt. No. 77; To provide for the development of best practice recommendations and to ensure coverage of low income children.
1/28/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 22: On the Amendment
Kyl Amdt. No. 46; To reinstate the crowd out policy agreed to in section 116 of H.R. 3963 (CHIPRA II), as agreed to and passed by the House and Senate.
1/28/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 21: On the Amendment
Roberts Amdt. No. 75; To prohibit CHIP coverage for higher income children and to prohibit any payments to a State from its CHIP allotments for any fiscal year quarter in which the State Medicaid income eligibility level for children is greater than the income eligibility level for children under CHIP.
1/28/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 20: On the Motion to Table
Motion to Table Cornyn Amdt. No. 67; To ensure redistributed funds go towards coverage of low-income children or outreach and enrollment of low-income children, rather than to States that will use the funds to cover children from higher income families.
1/28/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 19: On the Amendment
Martinez Amdt. No. 65; To restore the prohibition on funding of nongovernmental organizations that promote abortion as a method of birth control (the "Mexico City Policy").
1/28/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 18: On the Amendment
McConnell Amdt. No. 40; In the nature of a substitute.
1/27/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 16: On the Motion to Table
Motion to Table Demint Amdt. No. 43; To require States to impose cost-sharing for any individual enrolled in a State child health plan whose income exceeds 200 percent of the poverty line.
1/14/09 House Passed Session 1, roll call 16: On Passage
Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009
1/14/09 House Failed Session 1, roll call 15: On Motion to Recommit With Instructions
Children’S Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009
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