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How Jo Bonner voted on key votes

Member Most DEMS
Most REPS
Failed VOTE 286

Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act

$940 billion farm bill would provide $743.9 billion for food stamps and nutrition over 10 years. It also would provide funding for commodity programs, crop insurance, conservation, biofuels and energy-efficiency programs.

Passed VOTE 251

Ban abortion after 20 weeks

District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

Passed VOTE 30

Bill to suspend debt limit until May

Measure sets aside the legal debt ceiling and allows the government to borrow as needed to meet spending obligations through May 18. Also, both chambers of Congress must adopt a budget by April 15, as required by law, or have their congressional pay withheld until the start of the new Congress in 2015.

Boehner elected VOTE 2

Election of the Speaker

Passed VOTE 659

Fiscal Cliff

To Extend Certain Tax Relief Provisions Enacted in 2001 and 2003, and to Provide for Expedited Consideration of a Bill Providing for Comprehensive Tax Reform, and for Other Purposes

Passed VOTE 513

To audit the Federal Reserve system

To Require a Full Audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Reserve Banks by the Comptroller General of the United States Before the End of 2012, and for Other Purposes

Passed VOTE 460

To Repeal the Affordable Care Act

To Repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Health Care-Related Provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act 2010

Passed VOTE 442

Civil Contempt Charge Against Attorney General

Authorizing the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to Initiate or Intervene in Judicial Proceedings to Enforce Certain Subpoenas

Passed VOTE 441

Contempt Finding Against Attorney General

To hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress, for withholding documents requested as part of a congressional investigation into a botched gun-running operation.

Passed VOTE 151

House GOP Budget Plan

To approve the $3.5 trillion budget plan proposed by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) for fiscal year 2013.

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