S. 1549 - American Jobs Act of 2011

Labor and employment. 112th Congress (2011-2012) View bill details
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Summary:
A bill to provide tax relief for American workers and businesses, to put workers back on the job while rebuilding and modernizing America, and to provide pathways back to work for Americans looking for jobs. (by CRS) 
Status:
The bill has passed through committee and has been put on a legislative calendar. 
There have been no votes on this bill.

American Jobs Act of 2011

S. 1549 — 112th Congress (2011–2012)

Summary
A bill to provide tax relief for American workers and businesses, to put workers back on the job while rebuilding and modernizing America, and to provide pathways back to work for Americans looking for jobs. (by CRS)
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Title
A bill to provide tax relief for American workers and businesses, to put workers back on the job while rebuilding and modernizing America, and to provide pathways back to work for Americans looking for jobs.
Other Titles
  • American Jobs Act of 2011
  • Building and Upgrading Infrastructure for Long-Term Development Act
  • Fair Employment Opportunity Act of 2011
  • Pathways Back to Work Act of 2011
  • Supporting Unemployed Workers Act of 2011
Sponsor
Harry Reid
Co-Sponsors
    Subjects
    • Labor and employment
    • Administrative law and regulatory procedures
    • Advisory bodies
    • Appropriations
    • Aviation and airports
    • Budget deficits and national debt
    • Building construction
    • Business investment and capital
    • Buy American requirements
    • Congressional committees
    • Congressional oversight
    • Economic development
    • Economic performance and conditions
    • Education programs funding
    • Educational facilities and institutions
    • Electric power generation and transmission
    • Elementary and secondary education
    • Emergency communications systems
    • Employee hiring
    • Employment and training programs
    • Employment discrimination and employee rights
    • Employment taxes
    • Energy efficiency and conservation
    • Energy storage, supplies, demand
    • Executive agency funding and structure
    • Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
    • Financial services and investments
    • First responders and emergency personnel
    • Government corporations and government-sponsored enterprises
    • Government lending and loan guarantees
    • Government trust funds
    • Higher education
    • Housing and community development funding
    • Housing finance and home ownership
    • Income tax credits
    • Income tax deductions
    • Income tax exclusion
    • Income tax rates
    • Indian lands and resources rights
    • Indian social and development programs
    • Infrastructure development
    • Internet and video services
    • Law enforcement administration and funding
    • Law enforcement officers
    • Licensing and registrations
    • Low- and moderate-income housing
    • Manufacturing
    • Marine and inland water transportation
    • Metals
    • Minority education
    • National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)
    • Navigation, waterways, harbors
    • Oil and gas
    • Preschool education
    • Public contracts and procurement
    • Public transit
    • Railroads
    • Research administration and funding
    • Research and development
    • Residential rehabilitation and home repair
    • Roads and highways
    • Rural conditions and development
    • Securities
    • Self-employed
    • Small business
    • Social security and elderly assistance
    • Solid waste and recycling
    • Tax administration and collection, taxpayers
    • Taxation of foreign income
    • Teaching, teachers, curricula
    • Telephone and wireless communication
    • Temporary and part-time employment
    • Transportation programs funding
    • U.S. territories and protectorates
    • Unemployment
    • Urban and suburban affairs and development
    • User charges and fees
    • Veterans' education, employment, rehabilitation
    • Wages and earnings
    • Water quality
    • Water resources funding
    • Water use and supply
    • Youth employment and child labor
    Related Bills
    Major Actions
    Introduced9/13/2011
    Bill History

    There have been no votes on this bill.

    ActionDateDescription
    Introduced9/13/2011
    9/13/2011Introduced in the Senate. Read the first time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under Read the First Time.
    Put on a legislative calendar9/14/2011Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 165.
    NumberSponsorDate OfferedStatus
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    Contributions

    1. January - February 2007 For $460,175 Against $80,630
    2. March - April 2007 For $1,284,329 Against $164,450
    3. May - June 2007 For $1,273,866 Against $289,550
    4. July - August 2007 For $450,331 Against $157,350
    5. September - October 2007 For $1,599,820 Against $226,202
    6. November - December 2007 For $1,699,997 Against $239,710
    7. January - February 2008 For $738,765 Against $187,470
    8. March - April 2008 For $1,629,227 Against $300,760
    9. May - June 2008 For $2,459,428 Against $376,203
    10. July - August 2008 For $1,408,786 Against $286,822
    11. September - October 2008 For $4,456,416 Against $599,582
    12. November - December 2008 For $553,384 Against $444,868
    13. January - February 2009 For $438,489 Against $75,716
    14. March - April 2009 For $799,735 Against $160,190
    15. May - June 2009 For $692,158 Against $722,593
    16. July - August 2009 For $256,691 Against $153,624
    17. September - October 2009 For $572,331 Against $294,754
    18. November - December 2009 For $493,900 Against $430,972
    19. January - February 2010 For $395,623 Against $563,160
    20. March - April 2010 For $839,118 Against $524,200
    21. May - June 2010 For $1,043,239 Against $697,876
    22. July - August 2010 For $1,070,260 Against $410,556
    23. September - October 2010 For $2,149,434 Against $981,344
    24. November - December 2010 For $247,745 Against $49,101
    25. January - February 2011 For $573,168 Against $19,100
    26. March - April 2011 For $974,495 Against $68,225
    27. May - June 2011 For $966,737 Against $43,845
    28. July - August 2011 For $542,018 Against $38,700
    29. September - October 2011 For $733,684 Against $75,870
    30. November - December 2011 For $965,017 Against $68,550
    31. January - February 2012 For $475,407 Against $65,413
    32. March - April 2012 For $841,147 Against $71,441
    33. May - June 2012 For $1,067,444 Against $90,173
    34. July - August 2012 For $958,861 Against $110,459
    35. September - October 2012 For $1,667,613 Against $256,677
    36. November - December 2012 For $386,900 Against $33,050

    Votes

      39 Organizations Supported and 3 Opposed; See Which Ones

      Organizations that took a position on
      American Jobs Act of 2011

      39 organizations supported this bill

      Alliance for American Manufacturing
      AAM (2011, September 8). Reaction to President Obama's Jobs Speech by Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM). Retrieved September 14, 2011, from AAM.
      Amalgamated Transit Union
      Roscow, David (2011, August 24). Transit Union Praises Obama Jobs Plan. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from ATU.
      American Federation of Government Employees
      Hall, Mike (2011, September 9). Unions, Allies Back American Jobs Act. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from AFL-CIO.
      American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
      Fleming, Chris (2011, September 8). President Obama Is Right: We Need Jobs Right Now. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from AFSCME.
      American Federation of Teachers
      Weingarten, Randi (n.d.). President's Bold Jobs Plan Will Revive Economy and Rebuild Nation. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from AFT.
      American Institute of Architects
      AIA (2011, September 9). AIA Responds to Obama's Address. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from Residential Design + Build.
      American Public Transportation Association
      American Public Transportation Association (2011, September 9). APTA Commends President Obama for Focus on Creating Jobs Through Investing in Transportation Infrastructure. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from Press Releases > 2011.
      Associated General Contractors of America
      Stephen E. Sandherr, Associated General Contractors of America (2011, September 9). PRESIDENT'S JOBS PROPOSAL WILL CREATE JOBS, BOOST PRIVATE SECTOR ACTIVITY AND PROTECT TAXPAYERS, CONSTRUCTION OFFICIAL SAYS. Retrieved October 5, 2011, from Press Release.
      Biotechnology Industry Organization
      Joseph, Jeff (2011, September 9). BIO Comments on “The American Jobs Act”. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from BIO.
      BlueGreen Alliance
      Schwinghammer, Kelly & Eric Steen (2011, September 8). With Stage Set, Up to Congress to Move Forward on Creating Good, American Jobs. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from Blue Green Alliance.
      Center for American Progress
      Center for American Progress Action Fund (2011, September 14). Rebuild America. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from Take Action.
      Communications Workers of America
      Johnson, Candice (2011, September 8). It's Time to Get Serious About Good Jobs. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from CWA.
      Council for Exceptional Children
      Shinn, Dianne (2011, September 12). CEC Supports the American Jobs Act. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from CEC.
      Economic Policy Institute
      Mishel, Lawrence (2011, September 8). How effective is President Obama’s jobs plan?. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from EPI.
      Hispanic Federation
      Rodríguez-López, Lillian (2011, September 9). Hispanic Federation Backs American Jobs Act. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from Whitehouse.gov.
      International Association of Fire Fighters
      Hall, Mike (2011, September 9). Unions, Allies Back American Jobs Act. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from AFL-CIO.
      International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
      Hill, Edwin D. (2011, September 9). Jobs Bill Critical First Step in Addressing Unemployment Crisis. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from IBEW.
      International Brotherhood of Teamsters
      Teamsters (2011, September 9). Teamsters Back American Jobs Act. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from Whitehouse.gov.
      Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
      (2011, September 9). LCLAA Statement on the President's Jobs Speech. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from Facebook.
      Laborers' International Union of North America
      O'Sullivan, Terry (2011, September 8). American Jobs Act, Strong Highway Bill Key to Reviving Our Economy, Creating Jobs. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from LiUNA.
      Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
      Henderson, Wade and Nancy Zirkin (2011, September 14). Support the American Jobs Act. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from LCCHR.
      Midwest High Speed Rail Association
      The Midwest High Speed Rail Association (n.d.). Thank @BarackObama for putting $4B for high speed rail in the jobs bill sent to Congress today (and $2B for @Amtrak ). http://www.scribd.com/doc/64723145/American-Jobs-Act-Final. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from Twitter: @HSRail.
      National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
      Shelton, Hillary O. (2011, October 4). The American Jobs Act is Introduced in Both The U.S. Senate and The House of Representatives. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from NAACP.
      National Association of Police Organizations
      NAPO (2011, October 1). THE AMERICAN JOBS ACT’S POTENTIAL IMPACT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from NAPO.
      National Association of Secondary School Principals
      Farrace, Bob (2011, September 12). NASSP Urges Support for American Jobs Act. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from NASSP.
      National Education Association
      Robertson, Sara (2011, September 8). President's jobs plan to repair schools and keep educators in classrooms. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from NEA.
      National Employment Law Project
      Bradley, Tim (2011, September 8). NELP STATEMENT ON OBAMA JOBS SPEECH. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from NELP.
      National League of Cities
      Minchak, Gregory (2011, September 12). NLC Calls on Congress to Pass American Jobs Act Right Away. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from NLC.
      National Organization for Women
      NOW (2011, September 9). NOW Urges Congress: Pass a Major Jobs Bill NOW!. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from NOW.
      National Wildlife Federation
      National Wildlife Federation (2011, September 8). American Jobs Act Would Offer Greening Opportunities To A Third of U.S. Schools. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from Wildlife Promise.
      Service Employees International Union
      Henry, Mary Kay (2011, September 9). Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Backs American Jobs Act. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from SEIU.
      Sheet Metal Workers' International Association
      SMWIA (2011, September 9). Statement from SMWIA GP Nigro On American Jobs Act. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from SMWIA.
      Transport Workers Union of America
      Little, James C. (2011, September 8). TWU President James C. Little On President Obama’s Jobs Speech. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from TWU.
      United Association
      Hall, Mike (2011, September 9). Unions, Allies Back American Jobs Act. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from AFL-CIO.
      United Automobile Workers
      Hall, Mike (2011, September 9). Unions, Allies Back American Jobs Act. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from AFL-CIO.
      United Food and Commercial Workers International Union
      Hansen, Joseph (2011, September 8). STATEMENT IN SUPPORT OF PRESIDENT OBAMA'S PLAN TO PUT AMERICANS BACK TO WORK . Retrieved September 14, 2011, from UFCW.
      United Steelworkers
      Gerard, Leo W. (2011, September 8). USW statement on President Obama’s jobs address to Congress. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from USW.
      USAction
      (2011, September 9). Tell Congress to pass Pres. Obama’s American Jobs Act and KEEP GOING. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from Inside US Action.
      Utility Workers Union of America
      Hall, Mike (2011, September 9). Unions, Allies Back American Jobs Act. Retrieved September 14, 2011, from AFL-CIO.

      3 organizations opposed this bill

      FreedomWorks
      FreedomWorks (2011, September 13). Obama’s American Jobs Act will Crush Jobs. Retrieved October 5, 2011, from Blog.
      Heritage Foundation
      Ashe Schow, Heritage Action for America (2011, September 12). Pres. Obama’s Jobs Plan Won’t Create Jobs (Shocker). Retrieved October 5, 2011, from Driving the Day .
      National Small Business Association
      NSBA (2011, September 14). American Jobs Act Introduced. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from NSBA.

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      Includes reported contributions to congressional campaigns of Senators in office during the 112th U.S. Congress, from interest groups invested in the vote according to MapLight, January 1, 2007 – December 31, 2012.
      Contributions data source: OpenSecrets.org

      Contributions by Legislator

      NamePartysort iconState$ From Interest Groups
      That Supported
      $ From Interest Groups
      That Opposed
      Alan FrankenDMN$1,579,362$0
      Amy KlobucharDMN$528,700$0
      Barbara BoxerDCA$2,492,791$0
      Barbara MikulskiDMD$299,042$0
      Ben CardinDMD$283,725$5,000
      Bob CaseyDPA$449,322$0
      Bob MenéndezDNJ$440,300$1,000
      Carl LevinDMI$404,513$8,000
      Chris CoonsDDE$223,877$0
      Chuck SchumerDNY$396,531$2,500
      Claire McCaskillDMO$1,688,582$0
      Clarence "Bill" NelsonDFL$378,276$0
      Dan InouyeDHI$168,450$0
      Daniel K. AkakaDHI$35,000$0
      Debbie StabenowDMI$745,773$500
      Dianne FeinsteinDCA$425,371$1,250
      Dick DurbinDIL$503,921$5,000
      Earl "Ben" NelsonDNE$97,650$2,000
      Frank LautenbergDNJ$586,628$0
      Gaylord Kent ConradDND$23,300$0
      Harry ReidDNV$817,449$4,600
      Herb KohlDWI$0$0
      Jeanne ShaheenDNH$1,758,621$2,500
      Jeff MerkleyDOR$962,386$0
      Jesse "Jeff" BingamanDNM$6,750$0
      Jim WebbDVA$57,900$250
      Joe ManchinDWV$420,665$2,000
      John "Jack" ReedDRI$283,110$2,000
      John "Jay" RockefellerDWV$343,150$0
      John KerryDMA$642,912$10,250
      Jon TesterDMT$897,228$0
      Kay HaganDNC$2,658,152$0
      Kirsten GillibrandDNY$2,515,475$-400
      Maria CantwellDWA$339,321$0
      Mark BegichDAK$672,425$0
      Mark PryorDAR$234,900$3,750
      Mark UdallDCO$1,175,433$0
      Mark WarnerDVA$1,547,992$7,500
      Mary LandrieuDLA$601,034$16,000
      Max BaucusDMT$377,675$5,500
      Michael BennetDCO$628,767$0
      Patrick LeahyDVT$266,300$0
      Patty MurrayDWA$1,060,730$0
      Richard BlumenthalDCT$323,506$0
      Ron WydenDOR$186,550$1,000
      Sheldon WhitehouseDRI$400,297$0
      Sherrod BrownDOH$1,326,253$0
      Tim JohnsonDSD$576,807$0
      Tom CarperDDE$118,270$0
      Tom HarkinDIA$423,741$1,000
      Tom UdallDNM$1,006,977$0
      Bernie SandersIVT$496,820$0
      Joe LiebermanICT$-500$0
      Addison "Mitch" McConnellRKY$129,375$502,408
      Andrew Lamar AlexanderRTN$40,250$78,833
      Bob CorkerRTN$42,700$61,930
      Charles "Pat" RobertsRKS$42,003$178,199
      Chuck GrassleyRIA$53,850$66,800
      Clarence Saxby ChamblissRGA$54,950$537,498
      Daniel CoatsRIN$14,900$102,500
      David VitterRLA$84,600$273,875
      Dean HellerRNV$47,245$172,937
      Dick LugarRIN$31,474$20,300
      Jeff SessionsRAL$25,650$101,870
      Jerry MoranRKS$17,000$33,650
      Jim DeMintRSC$18,750$377,920
      Jim InhofeROK$25,038$157,925
      Jim RischRID$11,250$236,309
      John BarrassoRWY$20,000$53,800
      John BoozmanRAR$24,400$81,595
      John CornynRTX$75,600$427,972
      John HoevenRND$33,550$26,900
      John McCainRAZ$40,450$220,423
      John ThuneRSD$54,485$396,992
      Johnny IsaksonRGA$36,700$39,250
      Jon KylRAZ$6,000$-5,000
      Kay Bailey HutchisonRTX$11,150$91,400
      Kelly AyotteRNH$34,000$137,661
      Lindsey GrahamRSC$47,770$44,000
      Lisa MurkowskiRAK$109,600$13,150
      Marco RubioRFL$33,900$818,176
      Mark KirkRIL$150,090$380,025
      Mike CrapoRID$27,750$3,200
      Mike EnziRWY$33,250$14,250
      Mike JohannsRNE$46,500$74,396
      Mike LeeRUT$7,950$49,796
      Olympia SnoweRME$69,750$24,050
      Orrin HatchRUT$116,850$28,000
      Patrick ToomeyRPA$41,150$1,179,147
      Rand PaulRKY$13,500$302,385
      Richard BurrRNC$83,200$76,500
      Richard ShelbyRAL$28,000$8,700
      Rob PortmanROH$51,550$214,181
      Roger WickerRMS$36,800$132,775
      Ron JohnsonRWI$20,700$221,403
      Roy BluntRMO$76,550$227,686
      Scott BrownRMA$130,387$771,293
      Susan CollinsRME$156,561$167,283
      Tom CoburnROK$18,250$135,943
      William Thad CochranRMS$12,100$17,700

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      NamePartyState$ From Interest Groups
      That Supported
      $ From Interest Groups
      That Opposed
      Daniel K. AkakaDHI$35,000$0
      Andrew Lamar AlexanderRTN$40,250$78,833
      Kelly AyotteRNH$34,000$137,661
      John BarrassoRWY$20,000$53,800
      Max BaucusDMT$377,675$5,500
      Mark BegichDAK$672,425$0
      Michael BennetDCO$628,767$0
      Jesse "Jeff" BingamanDNM$6,750$0
      Richard BlumenthalDCT$323,506$0
      Roy BluntRMO$76,550$227,686
      John BoozmanRAR$24,400$81,595
      Barbara BoxerDCA$2,492,791$0
      Scott BrownRMA$130,387$771,293
      Sherrod BrownDOH$1,326,253$0
      Richard BurrRNC$83,200$76,500
      Maria CantwellDWA$339,321$0
      Ben CardinDMD$283,725$5,000
      Tom CarperDDE$118,270$0
      Bob CaseyDPA$449,322$0
      Clarence Saxby ChamblissRGA$54,950$537,498
      Daniel CoatsRIN$14,900$102,500
      Tom CoburnROK$18,250$135,943
      William Thad CochranRMS$12,100$17,700
      Susan CollinsRME$156,561$167,283
      Gaylord Kent ConradDND$23,300$0
      Chris CoonsDDE$223,877$0
      Bob CorkerRTN$42,700$61,930
      John CornynRTX$75,600$427,972
      Mike CrapoRID$27,750$3,200
      Jim DeMintRSC$18,750$377,920
      Dick DurbinDIL$503,921$5,000
      Mike EnziRWY$33,250$14,250
      Dianne FeinsteinDCA$425,371$1,250
      Alan FrankenDMN$1,579,362$0
      Kirsten GillibrandDNY$2,515,475$-400
      Lindsey GrahamRSC$47,770$44,000
      Chuck GrassleyRIA$53,850$66,800
      Kay HaganDNC$2,658,152$0
      Tom HarkinDIA$423,741$1,000
      Orrin HatchRUT$116,850$28,000
      Dean HellerRNV$47,245$172,937
      John HoevenRND$33,550$26,900
      Kay Bailey HutchisonRTX$11,150$91,400
      Jim InhofeROK$25,038$157,925
      Dan InouyeDHI$168,450$0
      Johnny IsaksonRGA$36,700$39,250
      Mike JohannsRNE$46,500$74,396
      Ron JohnsonRWI$20,700$221,403
      Tim JohnsonDSD$576,807$0
      John KerryDMA$642,912$10,250
      Mark KirkRIL$150,090$380,025
      Amy KlobucharDMN$528,700$0
      Herb KohlDWI$0$0
      Jon KylRAZ$6,000$-5,000
      Mary LandrieuDLA$601,034$16,000
      Frank LautenbergDNJ$586,628$0
      Patrick LeahyDVT$266,300$0
      Mike LeeRUT$7,950$49,796
      Carl LevinDMI$404,513$8,000
      Joe LiebermanICT$-500$0
      Dick LugarRIN$31,474$20,300
      Joe ManchinDWV$420,665$2,000
      John McCainRAZ$40,450$220,423
      Claire McCaskillDMO$1,688,582$0
      Addison "Mitch" McConnellRKY$129,375$502,408
      Bob MenéndezDNJ$440,300$1,000
      Jeff MerkleyDOR$962,386$0
      Barbara MikulskiDMD$299,042$0
      Jerry MoranRKS$17,000$33,650
      Lisa MurkowskiRAK$109,600$13,150
      Patty MurrayDWA$1,060,730$0
      Earl "Ben" NelsonDNE$97,650$2,000
      Clarence "Bill" NelsonDFL$378,276$0
      Rand PaulRKY$13,500$302,385
      Rob PortmanROH$51,550$214,181
      Mark PryorDAR$234,900$3,750
      John "Jack" ReedDRI$283,110$2,000
      Harry ReidDNV$817,449$4,600
      Jim RischRID$11,250$236,309
      Charles "Pat" RobertsRKS$42,003$178,199
      John "Jay" RockefellerDWV$343,150$0
      Marco RubioRFL$33,900$818,176
      Bernie SandersIVT$496,820$0
      Chuck SchumerDNY$396,531$2,500
      Jeff SessionsRAL$25,650$101,870
      Jeanne ShaheenDNH$1,758,621$2,500
      Richard ShelbyRAL$28,000$8,700
      Olympia SnoweRME$69,750$24,050
      Debbie StabenowDMI$745,773$500
      Jon TesterDMT$897,228$0
      John ThuneRSD$54,485$396,992
      Patrick ToomeyRPA$41,150$1,179,147
      Mark UdallDCO$1,175,433$0
      Tom UdallDNM$1,006,977$0
      David VitterRLA$84,600$273,875
      Mark WarnerDVA$1,547,992$7,500
      Jim WebbDVA$57,900$250
      Sheldon WhitehouseDRI$400,297$0
      Roger WickerRMS$36,800$132,775
      Ron WydenDOR$186,550$1,000

      Interest Groups that supported this bill

      $ Donated
      Democratic/Liberal$11,571,318
      Women's issues$7,165,710
      Building trades unions$3,231,675
      Environmental policy$3,082,567
      Biotech products & research$1,408,954
      Architectural services$1,177,494
      Teachers unions$1,026,450
      Minority/Ethnic Groups$893,441
      Manufacturing unions$819,320
      Transportation unions$793,850
      Police & firefighters unions & associations$591,700
      Children's rights$577,967
      Food service & related unions$514,947
      State & local govt employee unions$509,720
      Education$504,410
      IBEW (Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers)$497,500
      Health & welfare policy$449,450
      Commercial service unions$424,550
      Teamsters union$379,570
      Communications & hi-tech unions$369,600
      Builders associations$345,971
      Labor Unions$279,950
      Automotive Unions$278,632
      Other unions$152,167
      Energy-related unions (non-mining)$63,750
      Human Rights$38,900
      Railroad transportation$15,675
      Civil service & government unions$500
      Municipal & county government organizations$0

      Interest Groups that opposed this bill

      $ Donated
      Republican/Conservative$8,960,737
      Small business associations$398,449
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