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111th Congress / Bills / S CON RES 13

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An original concurrent resolution setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2010, revising the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal year 2009, and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2011 through 2014.

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Votes on this bill

DateChamberResultVote
4/29/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 173: On the Conference Report
Conference Report to Accompany S. Con. Res. 13; An original concurrent resolution setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2010, revising the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal year 2009, and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2011 through 2014.
4/29/09 House Passed Session 1, roll call 216: On Agreeing to the Conference Report
Congressional Budget for Fiscal Year 2010
4/22/09 House Failed Session 1, roll call 198: On Motion to Instruct Conferees
Congressional Budget for Fiscal Year 2010
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 154: On the Concurrent Resolution
S. Con. Res. 13 as Amended; An original concurrent resolution setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2010, revising the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal year 2009, and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2011 through 2014.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 153: On the Amendment
Vitter Amdt. No. 937; To require States to implement drug testing programs for applicants for and recipients of assistance under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, which would encourage healthy, drug-free families instead of encouraging dependent behavior or on-going drug abuse.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 152: On the Amendment
Coburn Amdt. No. 828; To protect the freedom of conscience for patients and the right of health care providers to serve patients without violating their moral and religious convictions.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 151: On the Amendment
DeMint Amdt. No. 964; To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to protect small and home businesses from the burdensome and impractical requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 148: On the Amendment
DeMint Amdt. No. 965; To prevent taxpayer-funded bailouts for auto manufacturers.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 147: On the Amendment
Durbin Amdt. No. 974, As Modified; To provide that no additional estate tax relief beyone that which is already assumed in this resolution, which protects over 99.7 percent of estates from the estate tax, shall be allowed under any deficit-neutral reserve fund unless an equal amount of aggregate tax relief is also provided to Americans earning less than $100,000 per year.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 146: On the Amendment
Lincoln Amdt. No. 873; To create a deficit-neutral reserve fund for estate tax relief.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 143: On the Amendment
Bennett Amdt. No. 954, As Modified; To save the American taxpayer over $150,000,000,000 by adjusting spending levels beyond fiscal year 2010 to compensate for spending from the stimulus bill in the corresponding fiscal years.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 142: On the Amendment
Bond Amdt. No. 926; To protect workers from significant job loss by providing a point of order against climate change or similar legislation that raises Federal revenues to such an extent that it causes significant job loss in manufacturing- or coal-dependent U.S. regions such as the Midwest, Great Plains or South.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 141: On the Amendment
Stabenow Amdt. No. 879; To modify the authorization for climate change legislation.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 140: On the Amendment
Sanders Amdt. No. 811; To provide for a deficit-neutral reserve fund to establish a national usury law, and for other purposes.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 139: On the Amendment
Grassley Amdt. No. 950; To ensure that millions of middle-income families do not face an alternative minimum tax increase in 2013 and 2014 and that the budget resolution reflects that result.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 137: On the Amendment
Boxer Amdt. No. 953, as Modified; To add a deficit-neutral reserve fund for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers afterschool program.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 138: On the Amendment
Thune Amdt. No. 803; To protect charitable giving by ensuring that organizations that provide important religious, educational, cultural, health care, and environmental services are not negatively impacted by changes to the Federal income tax deduction for charitable donations.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 136: On the Amendment
Landrieu Amdt. No. 931; To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund for outer Continental Shelf oil and natural gas leasing revenues.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 135: On the Amendment
Graham Amdt. No. 910; To protect middle-income taxpayers from a national energy tax.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 134: On the Amendment
Vitter Amdt. No. 787; To end $272 billion in spending on bailouts under TARP and reduce record deficits and levels of debt.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 133: On the Amendment
Reed Amdt. No. 949; To provide for the expenditure of the remaining Troubled Asset Relief Program funds for the benefit of consumers.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 132: On the Motion to Recommit
Johanns Motion to Recommit to the Committee on the Budget; An original concurrent resolution setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2010, revising the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal year 2009, and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2011 through 2014.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 131: On the Amendment
Sanders Amdt. No. 875; To require information from the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System about the use of emergency economic assistance.
4/2/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 130: On the Amendment
Dodd Amdt. No. 913; To provide for enhanced oversight of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System concerning the use of emergency economic assistance.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 129: On the Amendment
McCain Amdt. No. 882, as Modified; In the nature of a substitute.
4/2/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 128: On the Amendment
Ensign Amdt. No. 805; To require certain higher-income beneficiaries enrolled in the Medicare prescription drug benefit to pay higher premiums, as is currently required for physicians' services and outpatient services, and as proposed in the budget of the United States Government most recently submitted by the President.
4/1/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 127: On the Amendment
Kyl Amdt. No. 793; To protect all patients by prohibiting the use of data obtained from comparative effectiveness research to deny coverage of items or services under Federal health care programs and to ensure that comparative effectiveness research accounts for advancements in genomics and personalized medicine, the unique needs of health disparity populations, and differences in the treatment response and the treatment preferences of patients.
4/1/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 126: On the Amendment
Johanns Amdt. No. 735; To prohibit the use of reconciliation in the Senate for climate change legislation involving a cap and trade system.
4/1/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 124: On the Amendment
Crapo Amdt. No. 844; To protect the fiscal discipline on discretionary spending exercised by the reported budget resolution by extending the resolution's discretionary spending limits to exactly the same level as already assumed in the resolution to make sure that debt is not increased further than contemplated by this budget resolution as a result of subsequent budget resolution or appropriation bills.
4/1/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 123: On the Amendment
Gregg Amdt. No. 835; To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund to address our Nations long term fiscal problems.
4/1/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 122: On the Amendment
Cornyn Amdt. No. 806; To protect small businesses from higher taxes.
4/1/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 121: On the Amendment
Ensign Amdt. No. 804; To protect middle-income taxpayers from tax increases by providing a point of order against legislation that increase taxes on them, including taxes that arise, directly or indirectly, from Federal revenues derived from climate change or similar legislation.
4/1/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 120: On the Amendment
Sessions Amdt. No. 772, As Modified; To restore the budget discipline of the Federal Government by freezing nondefense discretionary spending for fiscal years 2010 and 2011, and limiting the growth of nondefense discretionary spending to one percent annually for fiscal years 2012, 2013, and 2014.
4/1/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 119: On the Amendment
Alexander Amdt. No. 747; To create runaway debt point of order against consideration of a budget resolution that projects the ratio of public debt to GDP for any fiscal year in excess of 90% to ensure the continued viability of US dollar and prevent doubling or tripling the debt burden on future generations.
3/31/09 Senate Rejected Session 1, roll call 118: On the Amendment
Gregg Amdt. No. 739; To prohibit the consideration of any budget resolution, or amendment thereto, or conference report thereon, that shows an increase in the public debt, for the period of the current fiscal year through the next 10 years, equal to or greater than the debt accumulated from 1789 to January 20, 2009.
3/31/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 117: On the Amendment
Thune Amdt. No. 731; To amend the deficit-neutral reserve fund for climate change legislation to require that such legislation does not increase electricity or gasoline prices.
3/31/09 Senate Agreed to Session 1, roll call 116: On the Amendment
Boxer Amdt. No. 749; To require that certain legislation relating to clean energy technologies not increase electricity or gasoline prices or increase the overall burden on consumers.
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