H.R. 2830 - Pension Security and Transparency Act of 2005

Pensions. 109th Congress (2005-2006) View bill details
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Summary:
To amend the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to reform the pension funding rules, and for other purposes. (by CRS) 
Status:
The bill was voted on in both the House and Senate. 
Amendments:
1 proposed amendment. 1 accepted. View amendments 
Senate Vote: On Passage

PASSED by voice vote on March 3, 2006.

Pension Security and Transparency Act of 2005

H.R. 2830 — 109th Congress (2005–2006)

Summary
To amend the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to reform the pension funding rules, and for other purposes. (by CRS)
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Title
To amend the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to reform the pension funding rules, and for other purposes.
Other Titles
  • Pension Reform bill
  • Pension Protection Act of 2005
  • Pension Protection Act of 2005
  • Pension Protection Act of 2005
  • Pension Security and Transparency Act of 2005
Sponsor
John Boehner
Co-Sponsors
Subjects
  • Pensions
  • Accounting
  • Administrative procedure
  • Age discrimination
  • Aged
  • Aircraft pilots
  • Airline employees
  • Airlines
  • Alabama
  • Annuities
  • Assassination
  • Bankruptcy
  • Budgets
  • Business
  • Civil rights
  • Civil service retirement
  • Coal
  • Congress
  • Congressional investigations
  • Congressional reporting requirements
  • Cooperative societies
  • Cost of living adjustments
  • Criminal justice
  • Defined benefit pension plans
  • Defined contribution plans
  • Department of Labor
  • Department of the Treasury
  • Disaster relief
  • Divorce
  • Earnings
  • Emergency management
  • Estates (Law)
  • Executive departments
  • Families
  • Federal advisory bodies
  • Finance
  • Financial planning
  • Financial statements
  • Florida
  • Foreign exchange
  • Fraud
  • Government corporations
  • Government employees
  • Government employees' life insurance
  • Government information
  • Government paperwork
  • Government publicity
  • Government trust funds
  • Governmental investigations
  • Health policy
  • Hurricane aftermath legislation
  • Hurricanes
  • Income tax
  • Indians
  • Individual retirement accounts
  • Insurance premiums
  • Interest
  • Interest rates
  • International finance
  • Investment advisers
  • Investments
  • Judicial compensation
  • Judicial ethics
  • Judicial tenure
  • Labor
  • Labor unions
  • Law
  • Leave of absence
  • Legislation
  • Liability (Law)
  • Liens
  • Life insurance
  • Louisiana
  • Magistrates
  • Mandatory retirement
  • Medical care
  • Miners
  • Minorities
  • Mississippi
  • Older workers
  • Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
  • Pension funds
  • Pension portability
  • Pension trust guaranty insurance
  • Plant shutdowns
  • Railroad retirement plans
  • Recruiting of employees
  • Retiree health benefits
  • Standards
  • Stock exchanges
  • Stocks
  • Surety and fidelity
  • Survivors' benefits
  • Tax courts
  • Tax deductions
  • Tax exclusion
  • Tax penalties
  • Tax-deferred compensation plans
  • Taxation
  • Texas
  • Transportation
  • Trusts and trustees
  • Unemployment insurance
  • Valuation
Related Bills
Major Actions
Introduced6/09/2005
Referred to Committee
Amendments (1 proposed)
Passed House12/15/2005
Passed Senate3/03/2006
Bill History
Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
select this voteHouseOn Motion to Recommit with Instructions: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act12/15/2005This motion DID NOT PASS the House
200 voted YES 227 voted NO 6 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Passage - House - H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act12/15/2005This bill PASSED the House
294 voted YES 132 voted NO 7 voted present/not voting
currently selectedSenatePassed Senate with an amendment by Unanimous Consent.3/03/2006PASSED by voice vote
select this voteSenateAmendment SA 2901 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.3/03/2006PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 20053/08/2006This motion PASSED the House
265 voted YES 158 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 20054/06/2006This motion PASSED the House
248 voted YES 178 voted NO 6 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 20055/04/2006This motion PASSED the House
299 voted YES 125 voted NO 8 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 20057/25/2006This motion PASSED the House
281 voted YES 139 voted NO 12 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 20057/27/2006This motion PASSED the House
285 voted YES 126 voted NO 21 voted present/not voting
ActionDateDescription
Introduced6/09/2005
6/09/2005Referred to the Committee on Education and the Workforce, and in addition to the Committee on Ways and Means, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
6/09/2005Referred to House Education and the Workforce
6/09/2005Referred to House Ways and Means
6/15/2005Committee Hearings Held.
6/22/2005Referred to the Subcommittee on Employer-Employee Relations.
6/22/2005Subcommittee Consideration and Mark-up Session Held.
6/22/2005Forwarded by Subcommittee to Full Committee (Amended) by Voice Vote.
6/30/2005Committee Consideration and Mark-up Session Held.
Put on a legislative calendar6/30/2005Ordered to be Reported (Amended) by the Yeas and Nays: 27 - 0.
9/22/2005Reported (Amended) by the Committee on Education and the Workforce. H. Rept. 109-232, Part I.
9/22/2005House Committee on Ways and Means Granted an extension for further consideration ending not later than Sept. 30, 2005.
9/30/2005House Committee on Ways and Means Granted an extension for further consideration ending not later than Nov. 4, 2005.
11/04/2005House Committee on Ways and Means Granted an extension for further consideration ending not later than Nov. 18, 2005.
11/09/2005Committee Consideration and Mark-up Session Held.
Put on a legislative calendar11/09/2005Ordered to be Reported (Amended) by the Yeas and Nays: 23 - 17.
11/19/2005House Committee on Ways and Means Granted an extension for further consideration ending not later than Dec. 6, 2005.
12/06/2005Reported (Amended) by the Committee on Ways and Means. H. Rept. 109-232, Part II.
Put on a legislative calendar12/06/2005Placed on the Union Calendar, Calendar No. 172.
12/15/2005Rules Committee Resolution H. Res. 602 Reported to House. Rule provides for consideration of H.R. 2830 with 1 hour and 30 minutes of general debate. Previous question shall be considered as ordered without intervening motions except motion to recommit with or without instructions. In lieu of the amendments recommended by the Committees on Education and the Workforce and Ways and Means now printed in the bill, the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in part A of the report of the Committee on Rules accompanying this resolution shall be considered as adopted. Measure will be considered read. Bill is closed to amendments. During consideration of H.R. 2830 pursuant to this resolution, notwithstanding the operation of the previous question, the Chair may postpone further consideration of the bill to a time designated by the Speaker.
12/15/2005Rule H. Res. 602 passed House.
12/15/2005Amendment in the nature of a substitute reported by the House Committee on Rules.
12/15/2005Considered under the provisions of rule H. Res. 602.
12/15/2005Rule provides for consideration of H.R. 2830 with 1 hour and 30 minutes of general debate. Previous question shall be considered as ordered without intervening motions except motion to recommit with or without instructions. In lieu of the amendments recommended by the Committees on Education and the Workforce and Ways and Means now printed in the bill, the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in part A of the report of the Committee on Rules accompanying this resolution shall be considered as adopted. Measure will be considered read. Bill is closed to amendments. During consideration of H.R. 2830 pursuant to this resolution, notwithstanding the operation of the previous question, the Chair may postpone further consideration of the bill to a time designated by the Speaker.
12/15/2005DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 602, the House proceeded with 90 minutes of general debate on H.R. 2830.
12/15/2005On agreeing to the Rules amendment (A001) Agreed to pursuant to H. Res. 602.
12/15/2005The previous question was ordered pursuant to the rule.
12/15/2005Mr. Miller, George moved to recommit with instructions to Education and Labor and Ways and Means.
12/15/2005Floor summary: DEBATE - The House proceeded with 10 minutes of debate, equally divided and controlled, on the George Miller (CA) motion to recommit with instructions. The instructions contained in the motion seek to insert a complete new text.
12/15/2005The previous question on the motion to recommit with instructions was ordered without objection.
select this voteVote12/15/2005On Motion to Recommit with Instructions: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act
select this voteHouse Vote on Passage12/15/2005On Passage - House - H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act
12/16/2005Received in the Senate.
Put on a legislative calendar1/27/2006Read twice. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 357.
3/03/2006Measure laid before Senate by unanimous consent.
3/03/2006Senate insists on its amendment, asks for a conference, appoints conferees Grassley; Hatch; Lott; Snowe; Santorum; Enzi; Gregg; DeWine; Isakson; Baucus; Rockefeller; Conrad; Bingaman; Kennedy; Harkin; Mikulski.
3/03/2006See also S.1783.
currently selectedSenate Vote on Passage3/03/2006Passed Senate with an amendment by Unanimous Consent.
3/03/2006Amendment SA 2901 proposed by Senator Frist.
select this voteVote3/03/2006Amendment SA 2901 agreed to in Senate by Unanimous Consent.
3/06/2006Message on Senate action sent to the House.
3/08/2006Mr. McKeon asked unanimous consent that the House disagree to the Senate amendment, and agree to a conference.
3/08/2006On motion that the House disagree to the Senate amendment, and agree to a conference Agreed to without objection.
3/08/2006Mr. Miller, George moved that the House instruct conferees.
3/08/2006DEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on the George Miller of California motion to instruct conferees. Instructions seek to direct the managers on the part of the House to (1) agree to the provisions contained in sections 403 and 413 of the Senate amendment; (2) insist on the provisions contained in section 907 of the bill as passed by the House; (3) insist on the provisions contained in section 902 of the bill as passed by the House; and (4) insist on a conference report that imposes the smallest additional funding requirements (permitted within the scope of conference) on companies that sponsor pension plans if there is no reasonable likelihood the termination of the plan would impose additional liabilities to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation or there is no reasonable likelihood the plan sponsor would terminate the plan in bankruptcy.
3/08/2006The previous question was ordered without objection.
3/08/2006POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the George Miller of California motion to instruct conferees, the Chair put the question of adoption of the motion and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. George Miller of California demaned the yeas and nays and the Chair postponed further proceedings on adoption of the motion until later in the legislative day.
3/08/2006Considered as unfinished business.
3/08/2006The Speaker appointed conferees - from the Committee on Education and the Workforce for consideration of the House bill and the Senate amendment thereto, and modifications committed to conference: McKeon, Johnson, Sam, Kline, Tiberi, Miller, George, Payne, and Andrews.
3/08/2006The Speaker appointed conferees - from the Committee on Ways and Means for consideration of the House bill and the Senate amendment thereto, and modifications committed to conference: Thomas, Camp (MI), and Rangel.
3/08/2006The Speaker appointed a conferee for consideration of the House bill and the Senate amendment thereto, and modifications committed to conference: Boehner.
select this voteVote3/08/2006On Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 2005
4/05/2006NOTICE OF INTENT TO OFFER MOTION TO INSTRUCT - Mr. George Miller (CA) notified the House of his intention to offer a motion to instruct conferees on H.R. 2830.
4/06/2006Mr. Miller, George moved that the House instruct conferees.
4/06/2006DEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on the George Miller (CA) motion to instruct conferees. Instructions contained within the motion seek to instruct the managers on the part of the House to agree to the provisions contained in the Senate amendment regarding the prohibition of wearaway in connection with conversions to cash balance plans and the establishment of procedures affecting participants' benefits in connection with the conversion to such plans and not agree to the provisions contained in title VII of the bill as passed by the House.
4/06/2006The previous question was ordered without objection.
select this voteVote4/06/2006On Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 2005
5/03/2006Mr. Miller, George moved that the House instruct conferees.
5/03/2006DEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on the George Miller (CA) motion to instruct conferees. Instructions seek to direct the managers on the part of the House to recede to the provisions contained in the Senate amendment regarding restrictions on funding of nonqualified deferred compensation plans, except that (1) the managers insist that the restrictions regarding executive compensation, including under nonqualified plans, be the same as restrictions regarding benefits for workers and retirees under qualified pension plans, (2) managers insist that the definition of "covered employee" include the CEO of the plan sponsor, any other employee of the plan sponsor who is a "covered employee", and any other individual who is an officer or employee within the meaning of section 16(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and (3) managers shall insist on the date in the House passed bill.
5/03/2006The previous question was ordered without objection.
5/03/2006POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Miller (CA) motion to instruct conferees, the Chair put the question on adoption of the motion and by voice vote announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Miller (CA) demanded the yeas and nays and the Chair postponed further proceedings until later in the legislative day.
5/03/2006Considered as unfinished business.
select this voteVote5/04/2006On Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 2005
7/20/2006Mr. Miller, George moved that the House instruct conferees.
7/20/2006DEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on the George Miller (CA) motion to instruct conferees. Instructions seek to direct the managers on the part of the House to agree to the provisions contained in subsections (a) through (d) of section 601 of the Senate amendment; not to agree with the provisions contained in title VII of the bill as passed the House; and agree to the provisions contained in section 413 of the Senate amendment, but only with respect to plan terminations occurring on or after September 11, 2001.
7/20/2006The previous question was ordered without objection.
7/20/2006POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the George Miller (CA) motion to instruct conferees the Chair put the question on adoption of the motion and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. George Miller (CA) demanded the yeas and nays and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the motion until a later time.
select this voteVote7/25/2006On Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 2005
7/25/2006Mr. Miller, George moved that the House instruct conferees.
7/25/2006DEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on the George Miller motion to instruct conferees.
7/25/2006The previous question was ordered without objection.
7/25/2006POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the George Miller motion to instruct conferees, the Chair put the question on adoption of the motion to instruct and by voice vote announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. George Miller demanded the yeas and nays and the Chair postponed further proceedings on adoption of the motion until a time to be announced.
7/27/2006Considered as unfinished business.
select this voteVote7/27/2006On Motion to Instruct Conferees: H.R. 2830 Pension Protection Act of 2005
NumberSponsorDate OfferedStatus
select this voteS. Amdt. 2901Frist, William [R-TN]March 3, 2006Passed by voice vote on March 2, 2006.

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Total contributions given to Senators from interest groups that…

supported this bill

57% more
$444,686
$123,950
$568,636
$362,788
$362,788

opposed this bill

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Organizations that took a position on
Pension Security and Transparency Act of 2005: Passed Senate with an amendment by Unanimous Consent.

3 organizations supported this bill

Food Marketing Institute
National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans
Trade Association Of Trucking Industry Employers

1 organization opposed this bill

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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Includes reported contributions to congressional campaigns of Senators in office on day of vote, from interest groups invested in the vote according to MapLight, January 1, 2001 – December 31, 2006.
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Contributions by Legislator

Namesort iconPartyState$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Daniel K. AkakaDHI$0$250Yes
Andrew Lamar AlexanderRTN$2,000$0Yes
Alan Wayne AllardRCO$3,950$3,500Yes
George AllenRVA$12,400$4,500Yes
Max BaucusDMT$19,500$6,200Yes
Birch "Evan" BayhDIN$11,100$1,000Yes
Bob BennettRUT$0$1,000Yes
Joe BidenDDE$0$750Yes
Jesse "Jeff" BingamanDNM$0$0Yes
Christopher "Kit" BondRMO$800$6,200Yes
Barbara BoxerDCA$2,200$2,700Yes
Sam BrownbackRKS$1,250$500Yes
Jim BunningRKY$2,000$2,000Yes
Conrad BurnsRMT$1,250$6,000Yes
Richard BurrRNC$30,150$12,000Yes
Robert ByrdDWV$0$1,250Yes
Maria CantwellDWA$0$250Yes
Tom CarperDDE$0$10,600Yes
Lincoln ChafeeRRI$0$11,550Yes
Clarence Saxby ChamblissRGA$12,900$4,500Yes
Hillary ClintonDNY$6,200$13,820Yes
Tom CoburnROK$1,000$250Yes
William Thad CochranRMS$5,000$0Yes
Norm ColemanRMN$11,500$14,750Yes
Susan CollinsRME$1,500$1,500Yes
Gaylord Kent ConradDND$0$250Yes
John CornynRTX$10,250$4,000Yes
Larry CraigRID$1,000$0Yes
Mike CrapoRID$2,000$0Yes
Mark DaytonDMN$0$0Yes
Jim DeMintRSC$7,500$16,000Yes
Mike DeWineROH$5,000$6,250Yes
Chris DoddDCT$750$6,500Yes
Mary Elizabeth DoleRNC$39,600$4,950Yes
Pete DomeniciRNM$1,250$500Yes
Byron DorganDND$18,500$0Yes
Dick DurbinDIL$8,000$3,000Yes
John EnsignRNV$3,700$1,000Yes
Mike EnziRWY$2,000$0Yes
Russ FeingoldDWI$2,250$0Yes
Dianne FeinsteinDCA$0$1,000Yes
Bill FristRTN$0$0Yes
Lindsey GrahamRSC$3,500$1,250Yes
Chuck GrassleyRIA$1,250$5,500Yes
Judd GreggRNH$0$1,000Yes
Chuck HagelRNE$4,000$500Yes
Tom HarkinDIA$9,500$500Yes
Orrin HatchRUT$0$6,150Yes
Kay Bailey HutchisonRTX$12,100$1,250Yes
Jim InhofeROK$2,700$1,500Yes
Dan InouyeDHI$0$0Yes
Johnny IsaksonRGA$4,200$8,500Yes
Jim JeffordsIVT$0$0Yes
Tim JohnsonDSD$8,500$1,000Yes
Ted KennedyDMA$1,000$5,500Yes
John KerryDMA$0$0Yes
Herb KohlDWI$0$0Yes
Jon KylRAZ$39,700$3,800Yes
Mary LandrieuDLA$5,500$12,950Yes
Frank LautenbergDNJ$0$0Yes
Patrick LeahyDVT$8,000$0Yes
Carl LevinDMI$4,500$400Yes
Joe LiebermanICT$1,000$-250Yes
Blanche LincolnDAR$20,000$8,550Yes
Chester Trent LottRMS$1,000$1,000Yes
Dick LugarRIN$2,000$3,000Yes
Mel MartinezRFL$11,350$5,500Yes
John McCainRAZ$0$0Yes
Addison "Mitch" McConnellRKY$3,250$1,250Yes
Bob MenéndezDNJ$20,500$1,000Yes
Barbara MikulskiDMD$0$1,000Yes
Lisa MurkowskiRAK$1,000$4,000Yes
Patty MurrayDWA$8,500$200Yes
Earl "Ben" NelsonDNE$0$8,750Yes
Clarence "Bill" NelsonDFL$14,550$1,300Yes
Barack ObamaDIL$6,000$1,750Yes
Mark PryorDAR$4,500$268Yes
John "Jack" ReedDRI$0$2,500Yes
Harry ReidDNV$13,000$2,500Yes
Charles "Pat" RobertsRKS$9,500$0Yes
John "Jay" RockefellerDWV$2,750$3,250Yes
Ken SalazarDCO$1,000$0Yes
Rick SantorumRPA$9,250$16,850Yes
Paul SarbanesDMD$0$0Yes
Chuck SchumerDNY$30,500$3,750Yes
Jeff SessionsRAL$6,250$5,500Yes
Richard ShelbyRAL$3,000$2,200Yes
Gordon SmithROR$3,500$3,000Yes
Olympia SnoweRME$0$250Yes
Arlen SpecterDPA$250$20,050Yes
Debbie StabenowDMI$12,896$5,250Yes
Ted StevensRAK$1,000$4,000Yes
John SununuRNH$2,000$9,000Yes
Jim TalentRMO$16,250$25,050Yes
Craig ThomasRWY$0$0Yes
John ThuneRSD$14,400$9,500Yes
David VitterRLA$3,900$3,000Yes
George VoinovichROH$6,000$2,500Yes
John WarnerRVA$8,590$8,000Yes
Ron WydenDOR$0$1,000Yes

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NamePartyState$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Daniel K. AkakaDHI$0$250Yes
Andrew Lamar AlexanderRTN$2,000$0Yes
Alan Wayne AllardRCO$3,950$3,500Yes
George AllenRVA$12,400$4,500Yes
Max BaucusDMT$19,500$6,200Yes
Birch "Evan" BayhDIN$11,100$1,000Yes
Bob BennettRUT$0$1,000Yes
Joe BidenDDE$0$750Yes
Jesse "Jeff" BingamanDNM$0$0Yes
Christopher "Kit" BondRMO$800$6,200Yes
Barbara BoxerDCA$2,200$2,700Yes
Sam BrownbackRKS$1,250$500Yes
Jim BunningRKY$2,000$2,000Yes
Conrad BurnsRMT$1,250$6,000Yes
Richard BurrRNC$30,150$12,000Yes
Robert ByrdDWV$0$1,250Yes
Maria CantwellDWA$0$250Yes
Tom CarperDDE$0$10,600Yes
Lincoln ChafeeRRI$0$11,550Yes
Clarence Saxby ChamblissRGA$12,900$4,500Yes
Hillary ClintonDNY$6,200$13,820Yes
Tom CoburnROK$1,000$250Yes
William Thad CochranRMS$5,000$0Yes
Norm ColemanRMN$11,500$14,750Yes
Susan CollinsRME$1,500$1,500Yes
Gaylord Kent ConradDND$0$250Yes
John CornynRTX$10,250$4,000Yes
Larry CraigRID$1,000$0Yes
Mike CrapoRID$2,000$0Yes
Mark DaytonDMN$0$0Yes
Jim DeMintRSC$7,500$16,000Yes
Mike DeWineROH$5,000$6,250Yes
Chris DoddDCT$750$6,500Yes
Mary Elizabeth DoleRNC$39,600$4,950Yes
Pete DomeniciRNM$1,250$500Yes
Byron DorganDND$18,500$0Yes
Dick DurbinDIL$8,000$3,000Yes
John EnsignRNV$3,700$1,000Yes
Mike EnziRWY$2,000$0Yes
Russ FeingoldDWI$2,250$0Yes
Dianne FeinsteinDCA$0$1,000Yes
Bill FristRTN$0$0Yes
Lindsey GrahamRSC$3,500$1,250Yes
Chuck GrassleyRIA$1,250$5,500Yes
Judd GreggRNH$0$1,000Yes
Chuck HagelRNE$4,000$500Yes
Tom HarkinDIA$9,500$500Yes
Orrin HatchRUT$0$6,150Yes
Kay Bailey HutchisonRTX$12,100$1,250Yes
Jim InhofeROK$2,700$1,500Yes
Dan InouyeDHI$0$0Yes
Johnny IsaksonRGA$4,200$8,500Yes
Jim JeffordsIVT$0$0Yes
Tim JohnsonDSD$8,500$1,000Yes
Ted KennedyDMA$1,000$5,500Yes
John KerryDMA$0$0Yes
Herb KohlDWI$0$0Yes
Jon KylRAZ$39,700$3,800Yes
Mary LandrieuDLA$5,500$12,950Yes
Frank LautenbergDNJ$0$0Yes
Patrick LeahyDVT$8,000$0Yes
Carl LevinDMI$4,500$400Yes
Joe LiebermanICT$1,000$-250Yes
Blanche LincolnDAR$20,000$8,550Yes
Chester Trent LottRMS$1,000$1,000Yes
Dick LugarRIN$2,000$3,000Yes
Mel MartinezRFL$11,350$5,500Yes
John McCainRAZ$0$0Yes
Addison "Mitch" McConnellRKY$3,250$1,250Yes
Bob MenéndezDNJ$20,500$1,000Yes
Barbara MikulskiDMD$0$1,000Yes
Lisa MurkowskiRAK$1,000$4,000Yes
Patty MurrayDWA$8,500$200Yes
Earl "Ben" NelsonDNE$0$8,750Yes
Clarence "Bill" NelsonDFL$14,550$1,300Yes
Barack ObamaDIL$6,000$1,750Yes
Mark PryorDAR$4,500$268Yes
John "Jack" ReedDRI$0$2,500Yes
Harry ReidDNV$13,000$2,500Yes
Charles "Pat" RobertsRKS$9,500$0Yes
John "Jay" RockefellerDWV$2,750$3,250Yes
Ken SalazarDCO$1,000$0Yes
Rick SantorumRPA$9,250$16,850Yes
Paul SarbanesDMD$0$0Yes
Chuck SchumerDNY$30,500$3,750Yes
Jeff SessionsRAL$6,250$5,500Yes
Richard ShelbyRAL$3,000$2,200Yes
Gordon SmithROR$3,500$3,000Yes
Olympia SnoweRME$0$250Yes
Arlen SpecterDPA$250$20,050Yes
Debbie StabenowDMI$12,896$5,250Yes
Ted StevensRAK$1,000$4,000Yes
John SununuRNH$2,000$9,000Yes
Jim TalentRMO$16,250$25,050Yes
Craig ThomasRWY$0$0Yes
John ThuneRSD$14,400$9,500Yes
David VitterRLA$3,900$3,000Yes
George VoinovichROH$6,000$2,500Yes
John WarnerRVA$8,590$8,000Yes
Ron WydenDOR$0$1,000Yes

Interest Groups that supported this bill

$ Donated
Food wholesalers$444,686
Trucking$123,950

Interest Groups that opposed this bill

$ Donated
Chambers of commerce$362,788
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