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Session 2

Yes: 240, No: 168, Not voting: 26
January 24, 2011

H RES 43 (Vote 18)

Providing for Consideration of the Resolution (H.Res. 38) to Reduce Spending Through a Transition to Non-Security Spending at Fiscal Year 2008 Levels

Yes: 238, No: 174, Not voting: 22
January 24, 2011

H RES 43 (Vote 17)

Providing for Consideration of the Resolution (H.Res. 38) to Reduce Spending Through a Transition to Non-Security Spending at Fiscal Year 2008 Levels

Yes: 253, No: 175, Not voting: 6
January 20, 2011

H RES 9 (Vote 16)

Instructing Certain Committees to Report Legislation Replacing the Job-Killing Health Care Law

Yes: 428, No: 1, Not voting: 5
January 20, 2011

H RES 9 (Vote 15)

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: 185, No: 245, Not voting: 4
January 19, 2011

H R 2 (Vote 13)

Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act

Yes: 399, No: 0, Not voting: 35
January 18, 2011

H R 292 (Vote 12)

Stop the Overprinting (Stop) Act

Yes: 257, No: 159, Not voting: 15
January 7, 2011

H RES 27 (Vote 11)

Relating to the Status of Certain Actions Taken by Members-Elect

Yes: 236, No: 181, Not voting: 15
January 7, 2011

H RES 26 (Vote 10)

Providing for Consideration of H.R. 2, to Repeal the Job-Killing Health Care Law and Health Care-Related Provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010; and Providing for Consideration of H.Res. 9, Instructing Certain Committees to Report Legislation Replacing the Job-Killing Health Care Law

Yes: 236, No: 182, Not voting: 16
January 7, 2011

H RES 26 (Vote 9)

Providing for Consideration of H.R. 2, to Repeal the Job-Killing Health Care Law and Health Care-Related Provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010; and Providing for Consideration of H.Res. 9, Instructing Certain Committees to Report Legislation Replacing the Job-Killing Health Care Law