Recent Congressional Votes
- Senate: Keystone XL Pipeline - Veto
- House: Fiscal 2015 Homeland Security Appropriations– Motion to Recede and Concur
- House: Amtrak Reauthorization – Passage
Upcoming Congressional Bills
- Senate: Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015
Recent Senate Votes:
Keystone XL Pipeline - Veto Vote Not Sustained (62-37, 1 Not Voting)
The Senate's vote to override President Obama's Feb. 24, 2015 veto of the bill that would immediately allow TransCanada to construct, connect, operate and maintain the pipeline and cross-border facilities known as the Keystone XL pipeline, including any revision to the pipeline route within Nebraska as required or authorized by the state failed.
Sen. Johnny Isakson voted YES
Sen. David Perdue voted YES
At some point the Democrats are going to have to answer for there obstructionist behavior. It does not make sense, and it is costing this country in terms of internal growth. Controlling the refined products is a benefit to the country.
Recent House Votes:
Fiscal 2015 Homeland Security Appropriations– Motion to Recede and Concur Vote Passed (257-167, 9 Not Voting)
The House agreed to a motion made by Rep. Mike Simpson, R-Idaho., to recede from the House amendment and concur in the Senate amendment to the bill (HR 240) that would provide $47.8 billion in fiscal 2015 for the Homeland Security Department and related activities. The motion cleared the bill for the president.
Rep. David Scott voted YES
Fuck Congress, fuck the whole fucking lot of the scumbag mother fuckers. They lie they posture and then they bend over like the pussy whipped little chicken shits that they are.
Amtrak Reauthorization – Passage Vote Passed (316-101, 15 Not Voting)
The House passed a bill that would reauthorize Amtrak through fiscal 2019, and restructure funding according to Amtrak's major lines of business. It would authorize funds for Amtrak operating expenses in the Northeast corridor at the following levels: $439 million for fiscal 2016, $464 million for fiscal 2017, $480 million for fiscal 2018 and $498 million for fiscal 2019; and for Amtrak operating expenses within the national network at the following levels: $973 million for fiscal 2016, $974 million for fiscal 2017, $985 million for fiscal 2018 and $997 million for fiscal 2019.
Rep. David Scott voted YES
Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015 - S.625
The bill would provide for congressional review and oversight of agreements relating to Iran’s nuclear program, and for other purposes.
Pick the worst outcome, the President will advocate it and the House of Representatives will get bitch slapped into approving it.
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