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Session 2

Yes: 32, No: 65, Not voting: 2
February 4, 2009

H R 1 (Vote 37)

Vitter Amdt. No. 179; To eliminate unnecessary spending.

Yes: 42, No: 55, Not voting: 2
February 3, 2009

On the Motion (Vote 36)

Motion to Waive Sec. 201 of S. Con. Res. 21, 110th Congress Re: Boxer Amdt. No. 112; To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow the deduction for dividends received from controlled foreign corporations for an additional year, and for other purposes.

Yes: 71, No: 26, Not voting: 2
February 3, 2009

On the Motion (Vote 35)

Motion to Waive Sec. 201 of S. Con. Res. 21, 110th Congress Re: Mikulski Amdt. 104; To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow an above-the-line deduction against individual income tax for interest on indebtedness and for State sales and excise taxes with respect to the purchase of certain motor vehicles.

Yes: 52, No: 45, Not voting: 2
February 3, 2009

H R 1 (Vote 34)

Coburn Amdt. No. 109; To strike the $246 million tax earmark for Hollywood production companies.

Yes: 58, No: 39, Not voting: 2
February 3, 2009

On the Motion (Vote 33)

Motion to Waive CBA Re: Murray Amdt. No. 110 Emergency Designation; To strengthen the infrastructure investments made by the bill.

Yes: 75, No: 21, Not voting: 3
February 2, 2009

On the Nomination (Vote 32)

Confirmation Eric H. Holder, Jr., of the District of Columbia, to be Attorney General

Yes: 66, No: 32, Not voting: 1
January 29, 2009

Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (Vote 31)

H.R. 2 as Amended; Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009

Yes: 17, No: 81, Not voting: 1
January 29, 2009

H R 2 (Vote 30)

Hutchison Amdt. No. 93; To provide assistance for States with percentages of children with no health insurance coverage above the national average.

Yes: 55, No: 43, Not voting: 1
January 29, 2009

H R 2 (Vote 29)

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.

Yes: 36, No: 62, Not voting: 1
January 29, 2009

H R 2 (Vote 28)

Coburn Amdt. No. 86; To ensure that American children have high-quality health coverage that fits their individual needs.