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Key House votes / Session 1

Session 2

Yes: 335, No: 91, Not voting: 6
March 1, 2011

Two-week budget bill (Vote 154)

A stopgap measure that would keep the federal government funded through March 18 and cut $4 billion in spending by targeting programs that President Obama has already marked for elimination.

Yes: 279, No: 143, Not voting: 11
February 17, 2011

A 90-day extension of Patriot Act provisions (Vote 66)

Extends three provisions of the Patriot Act until May 27, 2011, a compromise reached by congressional leaders to give lawmakers more time to consider re-authorizing them for a longer period of time.

Yes: 275, No: 144, Not voting: 14
February 14, 2011

Extend three provisions of the Patriot Act (Vote 36)

Extends three key provisions of the counterterrorism surveillance law until Dec. 8, 2011. One of the provisions authorizes the FBI to continue using roving wiretaps on surveillance targets; the second allows the government to access "any tangible items," such as library records, in the course of surveillance; and the third is a "lone wolf" provision that allows for the surveillance of targets who are not connected to an identified terrorist group.

Yes: 277, No: 148, Not voting: 9
February 8, 2011

Extend provisions of Patriot Act (needed 2/3 to pass) (Vote 26)

Extend expiring provisions of the USA Patriot Improvement and Reauthorization Act of 2005 and Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 relating to access to business records, individual terrorists as agents of foreign powers, and roving wiretaps until Dec. 8, 2011.

Yes: 245, No: 189, Not voting: 1
January 19, 2011

Repeal health-care overhaul (Vote 14)

A vote to repeal the health-care overhaul signed into law by President Obama.

Yes: 408, No: 13, Not voting: 11
January 6, 2011

Cut House salaries and expenses (Vote 8)

The resolution will cut the budgets of House committee and the 435 legislative offices by five percent. The House Appropriations Committee will get a nine-percent cut, which was requested by Chairman Harold Rogers (R-Ky.)