H. Amdt. 216 - Amendment Sought to Limit Premium Subsidies to Those Producers Wth an AGI Under $250,000, Limit Per Person Premium Subsidies to $50,000 and Cap Crop Insurance Providers' Reimbursement of Administrative and Operating at $900 Million and Reduce Their Rate of Return to 12%.

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This is an amendment to H.R. 1947 - Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act of 2013
House Vote: H.Amdt. 216 (Kind) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to limit premium subsidies to those producers wth an AGI under $250,000, ...

DID NOT PASS on June 20, 2013.

1/2 required to pass

voted YES: 208 voted NO: 217
10 voted present/not voting

Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act of 2013

H.R. 1947 — 113th Congress (2013–2014)

Summary
To provide for the reform and continuation of agricultural and other programs of the Department of Agriculture through fiscal year 2018, and for other purposes. (by CRS)
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Title
To provide for the reform and continuation of agricultural and other programs of the Department of Agriculture through fiscal year 2018, and for other purposes.
Other Titles
  • Farm bill
  • Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act of 2013
  • Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act of 2013
  • Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act of 2013
  • Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act of 2013
Sponsor
Frank Lucas
Co-Sponsors
Subjects
  • Agriculture and food
  • Administrative law and regulatory procedures
  • Advisory bodies
  • Aging
  • Agricultural conservation and pollution
  • Agricultural education
  • Agricultural insurance
  • Agricultural marketing and promotion
  • Agricultural practices and innovations
  • Agricultural prices, subsidies, credit
  • Agricultural research
  • Agricultural trade
  • Alabama
  • Alternative and renewable resources
  • Alternative dispute resolution, mediation, arbitration
  • Alternative treatments
  • Animal and plant health
  • Appropriations
  • Aquaculture
  • Aquatic ecology
  • Atmospheric science and weather
  • Broadcasting, cable, digital technologies
  • Business investment and capital
  • Caribbean area
  • Chesapeake Bay
  • Child health
  • Competitiveness, trade promotion, trade deficits
  • Delta Regional Authority
  • Department of Agriculture
  • Disability and paralysis
  • Disaster relief and insurance
  • Education programs funding
  • Educational facilities and institutions
  • Educational technology and distance education
  • Elementary and secondary education
  • Emergency planning and evacuation
  • Employment and training programs
  • Energy efficiency and conservation
  • Energy research
  • Executive agency funding and structure
  • Farmland
  • Federal-Indian relations
  • Food assistance and relief
  • Food industry and services
  • Food supply, safety, and labeling
  • Foreign aid and international relief
  • Foreign labor
  • Forests, forestry, trees
  • Fruit and vegetables
  • Gambling
  • General agriculture matters
  • Genetics
  • Government information and archives
  • Government lending and loan guarantees
  • Government studies and investigations
  • Great Lakes
  • Health care costs and insurance
  • Health care coverage and access
  • Health information and medical records
  • Health programs administration and funding
  • Higher education
  • Horticulture and plants
  • Immigration status and procedures
  • Income tax deductions
  • Indian social and development programs
  • Lakes and rivers
  • Land use and conservation
  • Lease and rental services
  • Livestock
  • Meat
  • Medical research
  • Migrant, seasonal, agricultural labor
  • Minority and disadvantaged businesses
  • Minority education
  • Motor vehicles
  • Northern Mariana Islands
  • Nutrition and diet
  • Pest management
  • Photography and imaging
  • Poverty and welfare assistance
  • Public utilities and utility rates
  • Puerto Rico
  • Research administration and funding
  • Research and development
  • Rural conditions and development
  • Small business
  • Solid waste and recycling
  • Technology transfer and commercialization
  • Telephone and wireless communication
  • Trade restrictions
  • U.S. territories and protectorates
  • User charges and fees
  • Veterans' education, employment, rehabilitation
  • Veterinary medicine and animal diseases
  • Water quality
  • Water resources funding
  • Wetlands
  • Wilderness and natural areas, wildlife refuges, wild rivers, habitats
  • Wildlife conservation and habitat protection
  • Youth employment and child labor
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Major Actions
Introduced5/13/2013
Referred to Committee
Amendments (56 proposed)
Failed passage in House6/20/2013
Bill History
Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 176 (McGovern) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to restore the $20.5 billion cuts in SNAP by offsetting the Farm ...6/19/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
188 voted YES 234 voted NO 13 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 179 (Foxx) to H.R. 1947: Amendment caps spending on the Farm Risk Management Election program at 110% of CBO-predicted ...6/19/2013This amendment PASSED the House
267 voted YES 156 voted NO 12 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 181 (Broun) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to repeal the dairy price support law enacted as part of the ...6/19/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
112 voted YES 309 voted NO 14 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 184 (Blumenauer) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to require that twenty percent of the acreage enrolled in the Conservation ...6/19/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
179 voted YES 242 voted NO 14 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 185 (Blumenauer) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to reform the Environmental Quality Incentives Program to increase access for farmers, ...6/19/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
157 voted YES 266 voted NO 12 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 189 (Kaptur) to H.R. 1947: Amendment improves federal coordination in addressing the documented decline of managed and native pollinators ...6/19/2013This amendment PASSED the House
273 voted YES 149 voted NO 13 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 190 (Royce) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to reform U.S. international food aid to allow for not more than ...6/19/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
203 voted YES 220 voted NO 12 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 191 (Chabot) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to repeal Section 3102, which reauthorizes the Market Access Program (MAP) until ...6/19/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
98 voted YES 322 voted NO 15 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Herrera Beutler amendment (A003) Agreed to by voice vote.6/19/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Ellison amendment (A005) Failed by voice vote.6/19/2013DID NOT PASS by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Enyart amendment (A007) Agreed to by voice vote.6/19/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Lujan, Ben Ray (NM) amendment (A011) Agreed to by voice vote.6/19/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Gardner amendment (A012) Agreed to by voice vote.6/19/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Titus amendment (A017) Failed by voice vote.6/19/2013DID NOT PASS by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Castor (FL) amendment (A019) Agreed to by voice vote.6/19/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Grimm amendment (A020) Agreed to by voice vote.6/19/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Hudson amendment (A021) Agreed to by voice vote.6/19/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Chabot amendment (A025) Agreed to by voice vote.6/19/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Black amendment (A026) Agreed to by voice vote.6/20/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Kaptur amendment (A027) Agreed to by voice vote.6/20/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Gingrey (GA) amendment (A031) Failed by voice vote.6/20/2013DID NOT PASS by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Benishek amendment (A046) Agreed to by voice vote.6/20/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Bachus amendment (A047) Agreed to by voice vote.6/20/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Wittman amendment (A048) Agreed to by voice vote.6/20/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Crawford amendment (A049) Agreed to by voice vote.6/20/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Crawford amendment (A050) Agreed to by voice vote.6/20/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Foxx amendment (A051) Agreed to by voice vote.6/20/2013PASSED by voice vote
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 193 (Brooks) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to terminate funding for the Emerging Markets Program (EMP) after September 30, ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
103 voted YES 322 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 198 (Butterfield) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to add language providing for inclusion of items for personal hygiene for ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
123 voted YES 297 voted NO 15 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 199 (Marino) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to direct the Comptroller General to establish a pilot program within nine ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
79 voted YES 346 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 203 (Schweikert) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to strike the Healthy Food Financing Initiative (HFFI) from the bill.6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
194 voted YES 232 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 204 (Tierney) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to allow commercial fishermen to be eligible recipients of the Emergency Disaster ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
211 voted YES 215 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 208 (Polis) to H.R. 1947: Amendment allows institutions of higher education to grow or cultivate industrial hemp for the ...6/20/2013This amendment PASSED the House
225 voted YES 200 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 209 (Garamendi) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to modify the Forest Legacy program to allow qualified third party, non-governmental ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
206 voted YES 219 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 211 (Marino) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to repeal the Biodiesel Fuel Education Program which awards federal grants to ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
194 voted YES 230 voted NO 11 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 212 (McClintock) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to strike Section 10003, the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program.6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
156 voted YES 269 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 213 (Gibson) to H.R. 1947: Amendment strikes the olive oil import restriction contained in Section 10010 of the bill.6/20/2013This amendment PASSED the House
343 voted YES 81 voted NO 11 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 214 (Walorski) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to continue the prohibition on the Christmas tree tax by striking the ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
197 voted YES 227 voted NO 11 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 215 (Courtney) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to add farmed shellfish to the list of specialty crops listed in ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
208 voted YES 218 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
currently selectedHouseH.Amdt. 216 (Kind) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to limit premium subsidies to those producers wth an AGI under $250,000, ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
208 voted YES 217 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 217 (Carney) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to strike section 11012 which requires that any savings from future Standard ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
174 voted YES 252 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 228 (Goodlatte) to H.R. 1947: Amendment provides dairy producers with the option to annually enroll in a new margin ...6/20/2013This amendment PASSED the House
291 voted YES 135 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 218 (Radel) to H.R. 1947: Amendment repeals the National Sheep Industry Improvement Center.6/20/2013This amendment PASSED the House
235 voted YES 192 voted NO 8 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 219 (Walberg) to H.R. 1947: Amendment strikes the addition of "natural stone" to the list of commodity products that ...6/20/2013This amendment PASSED the House
215 voted YES 211 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 227 (Pitts) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to reform the Federal sugar program.6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
206 voted YES 221 voted NO 8 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 229 (Fortenberry) to H.R. 1947: Amendment reduces farm program payment limits, capping commodity payments at $250,000 per year for ...6/20/2013This amendment PASSED the House
230 voted YES 194 voted NO 11 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 230 (Huelskamp) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to create additional work requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients ...6/20/2013This amendment DID NOT PASS the House
175 voted YES 250 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.Amdt. 231 (Southerland) to H.R. 1947: Amendment applies federal welfare work requirements to the food stamp program (SNAP) at state ...6/20/2013This amendment PASSED the House
227 voted YES 198 voted NO 10 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Motion to Recommit with Instructions: H.R. 1947: Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act of 20136/20/2013This motion DID NOT PASS the House
188 voted YES 232 voted NO 15 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseH.R. 1947: Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act of 20136/20/2013This bill DID NOT PASS the House
195 voted YES 234 voted NO 6 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Conaway amendment (A022) Failed by voice vote.6/20/2013DID NOT PASS by voice vote
ActionDateDescription
Introduced5/13/2013
5/13/2013Referred to the House Committee on Agriculture.
5/15/2013Committee Consideration and Mark-up Session Held.
Put on a legislative calendar5/15/2013Ordered to be Reported (Amended) by the Yeas and Nays: 36 - 10.
5/29/2013Reported (Amended) by the Committee on 113-92, Part I.
5/29/2013Referred sequentially to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs for a period ending not later than June 7, 2013 for consideration of such provisions of the bill and amendment as fall within the jurisdiction of that committee pursuant to clause 1(i) of rule X..
5/29/2013Referred sequentially to the House Committee on the Judiciary for a period ending not later than June 7, 2013 for consideration of such provisions of the bill and amendment as fall within the jurisdiction of that committee pursuant to clause 1(l) of rule X..
6/05/2013Committee Consideration and Mark-up Session Held.
Put on a legislative calendar6/05/2013Ordered to be Reported (Amended) by Voice Vote.
6/07/2013House Committee on Foreign Affairs Granted an extension for further consideration ending not later than June 10, 2013.
6/07/2013House Committee on Judiciary Granted an extension for further consideration ending not later than June 10, 2013.
6/10/2013Committee on Foreign Affairs discharged.
6/10/2013Reported (Amended) by the Committee on Judiciary. H. Rept. 113-92, Part II.
Put on a legislative calendar6/10/2013Placed on the Union Calendar, Calendar No. 73.
6/12/2013Supplemental report filed by the Committee on Agriculture, H. Rept. 113-92, Part III.
6/17/2013Rules Committee Resolution H. Res. 266 Reported to House. The resolution provides for one hour of debate on H.R. 1947 and provides for consideration of H.R. 1797 with one hour of debate and one motion to recommit with or without instructions.
6/18/2013Rule H. Res. 266 passed House.
6/18/2013Considered under the provisions of rule H. Res. 266.
6/18/2013The resolution provides for one hour of debate on H.R. 1947 and provides for consideration of H.R. 1797 with one hour of debate and one motion to recommit with or without instructions.
6/18/2013House resolved itself into the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union pursuant to H. Res. 266 and Rule XVIII.
6/18/2013The Speaker designated the Honorable Candice S. Miller to act as Chairwoman of the Committee.
6/18/2013GENERAL DEBATE - The Committee of the Whole proceeded with one hour of general debate on H.R. 1947.
6/18/2013Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union rises leaving H.R. 1947 as unfinished business.
6/19/2013Rules Committee Resolution H. Res. 271 Reported to House. Resolution provides for consideration of amendments to H.R. 1947
6/19/2013Rule H. Res. 271 passed House.
6/19/2013Considered as unfinished business.
6/19/2013ORDER OF PROCEDURE - Mr. Lucas asked unanimous consent that during further consideration of H.R. 1947 pursuant to H. Res. 271, amendment 55 printed in Part B of House Report 113-117 may be considered out of sequence. Agreed to without objection.
6/19/2013The House resolved into Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union for further consideration.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the McGovern Part B amendment No. 1.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the McGovern amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. McGovern demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until later in the legislative day.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Gibbs Part B amendment No. 2.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271 and a previous order of the House, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Herrera Beutler Part B amendment No. 55.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Foxx Part B amendment No. 3.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Foxx amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Ms. Foxx demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until later in the legislative day.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Ellison Part B amendment No. 4.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Broun(GA) Part B amendment No. 5.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Broun (GA) amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Broun (GA) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until later in the legislative day.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Enyart Part B amendment No. 6.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Graves (GA) Part B amendment No. 7.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Blumenauer Part B amendment No. 8.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Blumenauer amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Blumenauer demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until later in the legislative day.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Blumenauer Part B amendment No. 9.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Ben Ray Lujan Part B amendment No. 10.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Gardner Part B amendment No. 12.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Fortenberry Part B amendment No. 13.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Kaptur Part B amendment No. 14.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Kaptur amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mrs. Kaptur demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until later in the legislative day.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the Royce Part B amendment No. 15.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Royce amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Engel demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until later in the legislative day.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Chabot Part B amendment No. 16.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Chabot amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Chabot demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until later in the legislative day.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Titus Part B amendment No. 17.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Brooks(Al) Part B amendment No. 18.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Brooks (AL) amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Brooks (AL) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Castor Part B Amendment No. 19.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Grimm Part B amendment No. 21.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Hudson Part B amendment No. 22.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Conaway Part B amendment No. 23.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Conaway amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Conaway demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Butterfield Part B amendment No. 25.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Butterfield amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Butterfield demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Marino Part B amendment No. 26.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Marino amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the ayes prevailed. Mr. David Scott demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Chabot Part B amendment No. 27.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Black Part B amendment No. 28.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Kaptur Part B amendment No. 29.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Schweikert Part B amendment No. 30.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Schweikert amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the ayes prevailed. Ms. Fudge demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Tierney Part B amendment No. 32.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Tierney amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes prevailed. Mr. Tierney demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Costa Part B amendment No. 33.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Gingrey Part B amendment No. 34.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Palazzo Part B amendment No. 36.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Polis Part B amendment No. 37.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Polis amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the ayes had prevailed. Mr. King (IA) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Garamendi Part B amendment No. 38.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Garamendi amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Garamendi demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Polis Part B amendment No. 39.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Marino Part B amendment No. 41.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Marino amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Marino demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the McClintock Part B amendment No. 43.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the McClintock amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. McClintock demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Gibson Part B amendment No. 44.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Gibson amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Gibson demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Walorski Part B amendment No. 45.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Walorski amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Ms. Walorski demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Courtney Part B amendment No. 46.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Courtney amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Courtney demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the Kind Part B amendment No. 47.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Kind amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Kind demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Carney Part B amendment No. 48.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Carney amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Carney demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Radel Part B amendment No. 49.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Radel amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Radel demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Commitee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Walberg Part B amendment No. 50.
6/19/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Walberg amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Walberg demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the Lucas Part B amendments en bloc.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Benishek Part B amendment No. 51.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Bachus Part B amendment No. 52.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Wittman Part B amendment No. 54.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Crawford Part B amendment No. 56.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Crawford Part B amendment No. 57.
6/19/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Foxx Part B amendment No. 58.
6/19/2013Mr. Lucas moved that the Committee rise.
6/19/2013On motion that the Committee rise Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union rises leaving H.R. 1947 as unfinished business.
select this voteVote6/19/2013H.Amdt. 176 (McGovern) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to restore the $20.5 billion cuts in SNAP by offsetting the Farm ...
select this voteVote6/19/2013H.Amdt. 179 (Foxx) to H.R. 1947: Amendment caps spending on the Farm Risk Management Election program at 110% of CBO-predicted ...
select this voteVote6/19/2013H.Amdt. 181 (Broun) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to repeal the dairy price support law enacted as part of the ...
select this voteVote6/19/2013H.Amdt. 184 (Blumenauer) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to require that twenty percent of the acreage enrolled in the Conservation ...
select this voteVote6/19/2013H.Amdt. 185 (Blumenauer) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to reform the Environmental Quality Incentives Program to increase access for farmers, ...
select this voteVote6/19/2013H.Amdt. 189 (Kaptur) to H.R. 1947: Amendment improves federal coordination in addressing the documented decline of managed and native pollinators ...
select this voteVote6/19/2013H.Amdt. 190 (Royce) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to reform U.S. international food aid to allow for not more than ...
select this voteVote6/19/2013H.Amdt. 191 (Chabot) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to repeal Section 3102, which reauthorizes the Market Access Program (MAP) until ...
6/19/2013Amendment (A001) offered by Mr. McGovern.
6/19/2013Amendment (A002) offered by Mr. Gibbs.
6/19/2013By unanimous consent, the Gibbs amendment was withdrawn.
6/19/2013Amendment (A003) offered by Ms. Herrera Beutler.
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Herrera Beutler amendment (A003) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A004) offered by Ms. Foxx.
6/19/2013Amendment (A005) offered by Mr. Ellison.
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Ellison amendment (A005) Failed by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A006) offered by Mr. Broun (GA).
6/19/2013Amendment (A007) offered by Mr. Enyart.
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Enyart amendment (A007) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A008) offered by Mr. Graves (GA).
6/19/2013By unanimous consent, the Graves (GA) amendment was withdrawn.
6/19/2013Amendment (A009) offered by Mr. Blumenauer.
6/19/2013Amendment (A010) offered by Mr. Blumenauer.
6/19/2013Amendment (A011) offered by Mr. Lujan, Ben Ray (NM).
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Lujan, Ben Ray (NM) amendment (A011) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A012) offered by Mr. Gardner.
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Gardner amendment (A012) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A013) offered by Mr. Fortenberry.
6/19/2013By unanimous consent, the Fortenberry amendment was withdrawn.
6/19/2013Amendment (A014) offered by Ms. Kaptur.
6/19/2013Amendment (A015) offered by Mr. Royce.
6/19/2013Amendment (A016) offered by Mr. Chabot.
6/19/2013Amendment (A017) offered by Ms. Titus.
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Titus amendment (A017) Failed by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A018) offered by Mr. Brooks (AL).
6/19/2013Amendment (A019) offered by Ms. Castor (FL).
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Castor (FL) amendment (A019) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A020) offered by Mr. Grimm.
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Grimm amendment (A020) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A021) offered by Mr. Hudson.
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Hudson amendment (A021) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A022) offered by Mr. Conaway.
6/19/2013Amendment (A023) offered by Mr. Butterfield.
6/19/2013Amendment (A024) offered by Mr. Marino.
6/19/2013Amendment (A025) offered by Mr. Chabot.
select this voteVote6/19/2013On agreeing to the Chabot amendment (A025) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/19/2013Amendment (A026) offered by Mrs. Black.
6/20/2013Considered as unfinished business.
6/20/2013The House resolved into Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union for further consideration.
6/20/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H.Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the Pitts amendment No. 98.
6/20/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Pitts amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Pitts demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/20/2013UNFINISHED BUSINESS - The Chair announced that the unfinished business was on adoption of amendments, which had been debated earlier and on which further proceedings had been postponed.
6/20/2013VACATING PROCEEDINGS - Mr. Conaway asked unanimous consent to withdraw the request for a recorded vote on amendment No. 23 to the end that the amendment stand rejected in accordance with the previous voice vote thereon. Agreed to without objection.
6/20/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H.Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the Goodlatte amendment No. 99.
6/20/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Goodlatte amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Goodlatte demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/20/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H.Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Fortenberry amendment No. 100.
6/20/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Fortenberry amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Fortenberry demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/20/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H.Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Huelskamp amendment No. 101.
6/20/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Huelskamp amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Huelskamp demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/20/2013DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H.Res. 271, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Southerland amendment No. 102.
6/20/2013POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Southerland amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the ayes had prevailed. Mr. Southerland demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
6/20/2013The House rose from the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union to report H.R. 1947.
6/20/2013The previous question was ordered pursuant to the rule.
6/20/2013The House adopted the amendment in the nature of a substitute as agreed to by the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.
6/20/2013Ms. Brownley (CA) moved to recommit with instructions to Agriculture.
6/20/2013DEBATE - The House proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Brownley (CA) motion to recommit with instructions to report the same back to the House forthwith with an amendment to protect homeowners from the devastating effects of wildfires by authorizing such sums as necessary for the Secretary for wildfire suppression, personnel, and equipment. The Motion would also create jobs and support small businesses by: (1) increasing water, waste disposal, and wastewater facility grants by $10 million per year (up from $30 million to $40 million) and extending the program for 5 years; and (2) increasing rural business opportunity grants by $5 million per year (up from $15 million to $20 million) and extending the program for 5 years. Lastly, the Motion would restore the $8 million cut (funding the program at $35 million instead of $27 million in the base bill) to the emergency and imminent community water assistance
6/20/2013The previous question on the motion to recommit with instructions was ordered without objection.
6/20/2013Motion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Black amendment (A026) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A027) offered by Ms. Kaptur.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Kaptur amendment (A027) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A028) offered by Mr. Schweikert.
6/20/2013Amendment (A029) offered by Mr. Tierney.
6/20/2013Amendment (A030) offered by Mr. Costa.
6/20/2013By unanimous consent, the Costa amendment was withdrawn.
6/20/2013Amendment (A031) offered by Mr. Gingrey (GA).
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Gingrey (GA) amendment (A031) Failed by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A032) offered by Mr. Palazzo.
6/20/2013By unanimous consent, the Palazzo amendment was withdrawn.
6/20/2013Amendment (A033) offered by Mr. Polis.
6/20/2013Amendment (A034) offered by Mr. Garamendi.
6/20/2013Amendment (A035) offered by Mr. Polis.
6/20/2013By unanimous consent, the Polis amendment was withdrawn.
6/20/2013Amendment (A036) offered by Mr. Marino.
6/20/2013Amendment (A037) offered by Mr. McClintock.
6/20/2013Amendment (A038) offered by Mr. Gibson.
6/20/2013Amendment (A039) offered by Mrs. Walorski.
6/20/2013Amendment (A040) offered by Mr. Courtney.
6/20/2013Amendment (A041) offered by Mr. Kind.
6/20/2013Amendment (A042) offered by Mr. Carney.
6/20/2013Amendment (A043) offered by Mr. Radel.
6/20/2013Amendment (A044) offered by Mr. Walberg.
6/20/2013Amendments en bloc (A045) offered by Mr. Lucas.
6/20/2013On agreeing to the Lucas amendments (A045) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A046) offered by Mr. Benishek.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Benishek amendment (A046) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A047) offered by Mr. Bachus.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Bachus amendment (A047) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A048) offered by Mr. Wittman.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Wittman amendment (A048) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A049) offered by Mr. Crawford.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Crawford amendment (A049) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A050) offered by Mr. Crawford.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Crawford amendment (A050) Agreed to by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A051) offered by Ms. Foxx.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Foxx amendment (A051) Agreed to by voice vote.
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 193 (Brooks) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to terminate funding for the Emerging Markets Program (EMP) after September 30, ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 198 (Butterfield) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to add language providing for inclusion of items for personal hygiene for ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 199 (Marino) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to direct the Comptroller General to establish a pilot program within nine ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 203 (Schweikert) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to strike the Healthy Food Financing Initiative (HFFI) from the bill.
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 204 (Tierney) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to allow commercial fishermen to be eligible recipients of the Emergency Disaster ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 208 (Polis) to H.R. 1947: Amendment allows institutions of higher education to grow or cultivate industrial hemp for the ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 209 (Garamendi) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to modify the Forest Legacy program to allow qualified third party, non-governmental ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 211 (Marino) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to repeal the Biodiesel Fuel Education Program which awards federal grants to ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 212 (McClintock) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to strike Section 10003, the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program.
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 213 (Gibson) to H.R. 1947: Amendment strikes the olive oil import restriction contained in Section 10010 of the bill.
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 214 (Walorski) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to continue the prohibition on the Christmas tree tax by striking the ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 215 (Courtney) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to add farmed shellfish to the list of specialty crops listed in ...
currently selectedVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 216 (Kind) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to limit premium subsidies to those producers wth an AGI under $250,000, ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 217 (Carney) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to strike section 11012 which requires that any savings from future Standard ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 228 (Goodlatte) to H.R. 1947: Amendment provides dairy producers with the option to annually enroll in a new margin ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 218 (Radel) to H.R. 1947: Amendment repeals the National Sheep Industry Improvement Center.
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 219 (Walberg) to H.R. 1947: Amendment strikes the addition of "natural stone" to the list of commodity products that ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 227 (Pitts) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to reform the Federal sugar program.
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 229 (Fortenberry) to H.R. 1947: Amendment reduces farm program payment limits, capping commodity payments at $250,000 per year for ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 230 (Huelskamp) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to create additional work requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients ...
select this voteVote6/20/2013H.Amdt. 231 (Southerland) to H.R. 1947: Amendment applies federal welfare work requirements to the food stamp program (SNAP) at state ...
6/20/2013Amendment (A052) offered by Mr. Pitts.
select this voteVote6/20/2013On Motion to Recommit with Instructions: H.R. 1947: Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act of 2013
select this voteHouse Vote on Passage6/20/2013H.R. 1947: Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act of 2013
select this voteVote6/20/2013On agreeing to the Conaway amendment (A022) Failed by voice vote.
6/20/2013Amendment (A053) offered by Mr. Goodlatte.
6/20/2013Amendment (A054) offered by Mr. Fortenberry.
6/20/2013Amendment (A055) offered by Mr. Huelskamp.
6/20/2013Amendment (A056) offered by Mr. Southerland.
NumberSponsorDate OfferedStatus
select this voteH. Amdt. 176McGovern, James [D-MA2]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to restore the $20.5 billion cuts in SNAP by offsetting the Farm Risk Management Election Program and the Supplemental Coverage Option.

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H. Amdt. 177Gibbs, Bob [R-OH7]June 19, 2013Offered on June 18, 2013.

An amendment numbered 2 printed in Part B of House Report 113-117 to set the target price for all crops at 55 percent of the five ye ar rolling Olympic average. The amendment also changes the acreage available for target price support to 85 percent of the farmer's base acres.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 178Herrera Beutler, Jaime [R-WA3]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment codifies the EPA's silviculture rule which provides that mud and rock runoff from forest roads should not be categorized in the same manner as industrial parking lots or factories.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 179Foxx, Virginia [R-NC5]June 19, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment caps spending on the Farm Risk Management Election program at 110% of CBO-predicted levels for the first five (5) years in which payments are disbursed (FY 2016-2020).

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select this voteH. Amdt. 180Ellison, Keith [D-MN5]June 19, 2013Failed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to complete a study on the climate impacts of the Price Loss Coverage program.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 181Broun, Paul [R-GA10]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to repeal the dairy price support law enacted as part of the Agriculture Act of 1949.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 182Enyart, William [D-IL12]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment establishes a revenue neutral National Drought Council and a National Drought Policy Action Plan to streamline the federal response in times of drought.

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H. Amdt. 183Graves, Tom [R-GA14]June 19, 2013Offered on June 18, 2013.

An amendment numbered 7 printed in Part B of House Report 113-117 to ensure that corn growers who sell their crop for ethanol production may not receive farm payments. Prohibits a producer on a farm that sells corn, directly or through a third party, to an ethanol production facility from receiving any farm bill payments or benefits.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 184Blumenauer, Earl [D-OR3]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to require that twenty percent of the acreage enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program be set aside for the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program and the Continuous Conservation Reserve Program, which allows states to target high priority and environmentally sensitive land, and to continuously re-enroll that land in CRP.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 185Blumenauer, Earl [D-OR3]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to reform the Environmental Quality Incentives Program to increase access for farmers, and eliminate payments to projects that do not show strong conservation benefits.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 186Luján, Ben [D-NM3]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment allows small-scale Hispanic irrigators to be eligible for EQIP funding.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 187Gardner, Cory [R-CO4]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment specifies that the Secretary should give priority consideration for the use of Emergency Watershed Protection funding to those areas seeking assistance to protect public safety from flooding and repair damaged infrastructure caused by catastrophic wildfires.

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H. Amdt. 188Fortenberry, Jeff [R-NE1]June 19, 2013Offered on June 18, 2013.

An amendment numbered 13 printed in Part B of House Report 113-117 to require a conservation compliance plan be filed with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and followed for all crops in wetlands and all annually tilled crops on highly erodible lands in order to qualify for crop insurance premium subsidy assistance.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 189Kaptur, Marcy [D-OH9]June 19, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment improves federal coordination in addressing the documented decline of managed and native pollinators and promotes the long-term viability of honey bee, wild bees, and other beneficial insects in agriculture.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 190Royce, Edward [R-CA39]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to reform U.S. international food aid to allow for not more than 45 percent of authorized funds to be used for assistance other than U.S. agricultural commodities.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 191Chabot, Steve [R-OH1]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to repeal Section 3102, which reauthorizes the Market Access Program (MAP) until 2018.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 192Titus, Dina [D-NV1]June 19, 2013Failed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to restore funding for the USDA's Hunger-Free Communities grant program.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 193Brooks, Mo [R-AL5]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to terminate funding for the Emerging Markets Program (EMP) after September 30, 2013.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 194Castor, Kathy [D-FL14]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment ensures that Department of Agriculture certificates of origin are accepted by any country that has entered into a free trade agreement with the United States.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 195Grimm, Michael [R-NY11]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment provides that at least one pilot program shall be conducted in a large urban area that administers its own SNAP program and otherwise complies with the pilot program requirements.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 196Hudson, Richard [R-NC8]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment allows states to conduct drug testing on SNAP applicants as a condition for receiving benefits.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 197Conaway, K. [R-TX11]June 19, 2013Failed by voice vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to require a 10% reduction in the Thrifty Food Plan calculation in any year that the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is not authorized.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 198Butterfield, George [D-NC1]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to add language providing for inclusion of items for personal hygiene for household use in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 199Marino, Tom [R-PA10]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to direct the Comptroller General to establish a pilot program within nine states that would collect the data that is currently required to be reported under the Food and Nutrition Act of 2008 and under the benefit redemption requirements applicable to households under the Act. Amendment also sought to require the Comptroller General, at the end of the pilot program, to determine whether item specific data purchased with SNAP benefits can be collected using existing reporting requirements and how to improve current SNAP reporting.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 200Chabot, Steve [R-OH1]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment shortens the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefit expunging statute and requires a State agency to expunge benefits that have not been accessed by a household after a period of 60 days.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 201Black, Diane [R-TN6]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment terminates an agreement that USDA has entered into with the Mexican government known as the "Partnership for Nutrition Assistance Program".

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select this voteH. Amdt. 202Kaptur, Marcy [D-OH9]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment requires that at least 50 percent of the funds made available for the Farmers Market Nutrition Program be reserved for seniors.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 203Schweikert, David [R-AZ6]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to strike the Healthy Food Financing Initiative (HFFI) from the bill.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 204Tierney, John [D-MA6]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to allow commercial fishermen to be eligible recipients of the Emergency Disaster Loan program.

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H. Amdt. 205Costa, Jim [D-CA16]June 19, 2013Offered on June 18, 2013.

An amendment numbered 33 printed in Part B of House Report 113-117 to create a pilot program that will use funds from the Rural Utili ty Service to address nitrate contamination of rural drinking water in communities with less than 10,000 residents.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 206Gingrey, Phil [R-GA11]June 19, 2013Failed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sought to strike section 6105 from the bill which provides the authorization for the Rural Broadband Access Loan and Loan Guarantee Program.

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H. Amdt. 207Palazzo, Steven [R-MS4]June 19, 2013Offered on June 18, 2013.

An amendment No. 36 printed in part B of House Report 113-117 to authorize $500,000 in funding for the Agriculture Technology Innovation Partnership program which is set up through USDA.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 208Polis, Jared [D-CO2]June 19, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment allows institutions of higher education to grow or cultivate industrial hemp for the purpose of agricultural or academic research. Amendment applies only to states that already permit industrial hemp growth and cultivation under state law.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 209Garamendi, John [D-CA3]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to modify the Forest Legacy program to allow qualified third party, non-governmental entities to hold the conservation easements financed with Forest Legacy revenue.

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H. Amdt. 210Polis, Jared [D-CO2]June 19, 2013Offered on June 18, 2013.

An amendment No. 39 printed in Part B of House Report 113-117 to help the U.S. Forest Service streamline forest management decisions to treat insect infestations on public lands in order to protect natural resources and reduce fuel loads that contribute to wildfires.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 211Marino, Tom [R-PA10]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to repeal the Biodiesel Fuel Education Program which awards federal grants to educate fleet operators and the public on the benefits of using biodiesel fuels, instead of fossil fuels.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 212McClintock, Tom [R-CA4]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to strike Section 10003, the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 213Gibson, Christopher [R-NY19]June 19, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment strikes the olive oil import restriction contained in Section 10010 of the bill.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 214Walorski, Jackie [R-IN2]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to continue the prohibition on the Christmas tree tax by striking the section of the bill that lifts the stay on the tax.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 215Courtney, Joe [D-CT2]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to add farmed shellfish to the list of specialty crops listed in Section 3 of the Specialty Crops Competitiveness Act of 2004 which would have allowed these products to be eligible for USDA marketing and research assistance.

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currently selectedH. Amdt. 216Kind, Ron [D-WI3]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to limit premium subsidies to those producers wth an AGI under $250,000, limit per person premium subsidies to $50,000 and cap crop insurance providers' reimbursement of administrative and operating at $900 million and reduce their rate of return to 12%.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 217Carney, John [D-DE]June 19, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to strike section 11012 which requires that any savings from future Standard Reinsurance Agreements be put back into the Federal crop insurance program.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 218Radel, Trey [R-FL19]June 19, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment repeals the National Sheep Industry Improvement Center.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 219Walberg, Tim [R-MI7]June 19, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment strikes the addition of "natural stone" to the list of commodity products that can petition the USDA for the issuance of a promotion and research order.

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H. Amdt. 220Lucas, Frank [R-OK3]June 19, 2013Offered on June 18, 2013.

Amendments en bloc consisting of amendments numbered 53, 59, 60, 62 through 97, and 103 printed in House Report 113-117. See page D604 of the Congressional Record of Wednesday, June 19, 2013, for description of en bloc amendments.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 221Benishek, Dan [R-MI1]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment requires a scientific and economic analysis of the FDA's Food Safety and Modernization Act prior to final regulations being enforced with the focus of the analysis being on the impact of the bill on agricultural businesses of all sizes.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 222Bachus, Spencer [R-AL6]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment ensures that USDA will consider regulations in accordance with provisions in the Regulatory Flexibility Act so that small business impacts are covered in actions and alternatives that the USDA considers.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 223Wittman, Robert [R-VA1]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment provides performance based measures, including crosscut budgeting, adaptive management and an Independent Evaluator, to assure that federal dollars currently spent on Chesapeake Bay restoration activities will produce results.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 224Crawford, Eric [R-AR1]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment modifies the exemption levels of EPA's "Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure" rules for small farmers and ranchers and requires producers to construct a containment facility around above-ground oil tanks.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 225Crawford, Eric [R-AR1]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment prohibits the EPA from procuring or disclosing the private information of farmers and ranchers.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 226Foxx, Virginia [R-NC5]June 19, 2013Passed by voice vote on June 19, 2013.

Amendment sunsets discretionary programs in the bill upon the expiration of the five-year authorization period.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 227Pitts, Joseph [R-PA16]June 20, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to reform the Federal sugar program.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 228Goodlatte, Bob [R-VA6]June 20, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment provides dairy producers with the option to annually enroll in a new margin insurance program at levels of $4.00 and up to $8.00 in increments of fifty cents. Based on the highest annual of three previous calendar years of their milk marketings, dairy producers are allowed to elect their coverage level and the percentage of coverage up to 80% at the start of the program and annually thereafter. Amendment requires the Secretary to make payments to dairy producers enrolled in the program whenever the actual dairy producer margin drops below $4.00 (or below a higher level of coverage up to $8.00).

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select this voteH. Amdt. 229Fortenberry, Jeff [R-NE1]June 20, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment reduces farm program payment limits, capping commodity payments at $250,000 per year for any one farm. Amendment also closes loopholes in current law to ensure that payments reach working farmers, their intended recipients.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 230Huelskamp, Tim [R-KS1]June 20, 2013Failed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment sought to create additional work requirements for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients and raise the total reduction in spending to $31 billion.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 231Southerland, Steve [R-FL2]June 20, 2013Passed by roll call vote on June 20, 2013.

Amendment applies federal welfare work requirements to the food stamp program (SNAP) at state option.

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Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act of 2013: H.Amdt. 216 (Kind) to H.R. 1947: Amendment sought to limit premium subsidies to those producers wth an AGI under $250,000, ...

1 organization supported this amendment

Environmental Working Group
Sara Sciammacco (n.d.). House Narrowly Defeats Farm Bill Amendment to Strengthen Crop Insurance, Reduce Taxpayer Costs. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from EWG.

52 organizations opposed this amendment

Agricultural Retailers Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
American Association of Crop Insurers
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
American Bankers Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
American Farm Bureau Federation
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
American Farmland Trust
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
American Insurance Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
American Soybean Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
American Sugar Alliance
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Cooperative Network
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Corn Refiners Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Credit Union Association of the Dakotas
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Crop Insurance and Reinsurance Bureau
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Crop Insurance Professionals Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Ducks Unlimited
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Farm Credit Council
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Independent Community Bankers of America
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Irrigation Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Association of Conservation Districts
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Association of Professional Insurance Agents
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Association of Wheat Growers
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Barley Growers Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Cooperative Business Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Corn Growers Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Cotton Council
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Farmers Union
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Grain and Feed Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Milk Producers Federation
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Oilseed Processors Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Peach Council
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Sorghum Producers
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
National Sunflower Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Nature Conservancy
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
North American Equipment Dealers Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Reinsurance Association of America
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Southern Peanut Farmers Federation
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Southwest Council of Agribusiness
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
The Fertilizer Institute
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
U.S. Apple Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
U.S. Canola Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
U.S. Cattlemen's Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
U.S. Dry Bean Council
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
United Fresh Produce Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
USA Dry Pea & Lentil Council
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
USA Rice Federation
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Western Growers
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Western Peanut Growers Association
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.
Women Involved in Farm Economics
undersigned organizations (2013, June 19). Multi-Industry Letter to Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi. Retrieved June 28, 2013, from ICBA.

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Contributions by Legislator

Namesort iconPartyState$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Robert AderholtRAL-4$0$144,698No
Rodney AlexanderRLA-5$1,000$37,350No
Justin AmashRMI-3$0$52,900Yes
Mark AmodeiRNV-2$0$22,000No
Rob AndrewsDNJ-1$0$22,600Yes
Michele BachmannRMN-6$0$45,654No
Spencer BachusRAL-6$0$92,500Yes
Ron BarberDAZ-2$23,018$74,100No
Lou BarlettaRPA-11$0$32,715No
Garland BarrRKY-6$0$297,142No
John BarrowDGA-12$1,000$158,950No
Joe BartonRTX-6$0$18,758No
Karen BassDCA-37$500$23,250Yes
Joyce BeattyDOH-3$0$152,350Yes
Xavier BecerraDCA-34$1,000$91,400Yes
Dan BenishekRMI-1$3,000$134,958No
Kerry BentivolioRMI-11$0$24,000Yes
Ami BeraDCA-7$58,426$69,960No
Gus BilirakisRFL-12$0$45,700Yes
Rob BishopRUT-1$2,500$41,100No
Sanford BishopDGA-2$0$139,500No
Tim BishopDNY-1$38,853$45,862Yes
Diane BlackRTN-6$0$74,779Yes
Marsha BlackburnRTN-7$0$43,950Yes
Earl BlumenauerDOR-3$7,450$38,425Yes
John A. BoehnerROH-8$2,600$926,863Not Voting
Suzanne BonamiciDOR-1$5,000$39,400Yes
Jo BonnerRAL-1$0$20,450No
Charles BoustanyRLA-3$0$223,110No
Kevin BradyRTX-8$0$134,205No
Bob BradyDPA-1$0$14,000Yes
Bruce BraleyDIA-1$61,547$75,800No
Jim BridenstineROK-1$0$29,600Yes
Mo BrooksRAL-5$0$24,715Yes
Susan BrooksRIN-5$0$82,400No
Paul BrounRGA-10$0$45,461Yes
Corrine BrownDFL-5$0$17,700Yes
Julia BrownleyDCA-26$50,073$38,200No
Vern BuchananRFL-16$0$98,350No
Larry BucshonRIN-8$0$75,400No
Michael BurgessRTX-26$0$29,758Yes
Cheri BustosDIL-17$24,672$102,275No
George "G.K." ButterfieldDNC-1$1,000$35,316No
Ken CalvertRCA-42$1,000$58,350No
Dave CampRMI-4$0$252,309No
John CampbellRCA-45$0$54,150No
Eric CantorRVA-7$0$436,150No
Shelley CapitoRWV-2$4,500$488,500No
Lois CappsDCA-24$42,003$41,350Yes
Mike CapuanoDMA-7$0$100,400No
John CarneyDDE$0$196,370Yes
André CarsonDIN-7$1,750$41,500No
John CarterRTX-31$0$77,908No
Matthew CartwrightDPA-17$3,338$21,500Yes
Bill CassidyRLA-6$18,750$191,750No
Kathy CastorDFL-14$2,320$23,750Yes
Joaquin CastroDTX-20$2,500$57,508No
Steve ChabotROH-1$0$60,150Yes
Jason ChaffetzRUT-3$0$42,643Yes
Judy ChuDCA-27$500$30,400Yes
David CicillineDRI-1$4,000$44,250Yes
Yvette ClarkeDNY-9$1,000$18,750Yes
William Lacy ClayDMO-1$0$51,000Yes
Emanuel CleaverDMO-5$3,000$80,250No
Jim ClyburnDSC-6$2,500$148,500No
John Howard CobleRNC-6$0$21,500No
Mike CoffmanRCO-6$1,000$176,440Yes
Steve CohenDTN-9$750$35,900Yes
Tom ColeROK-4$0$79,550No
Chris CollinsRNY-27$0$108,071No
Doug CollinsRGA-9$0$55,515Yes
K. "Mike" ConawayRTX-11$0$433,876No
Gerry ConnollyDVA-11$8,386$44,000Yes
John ConyersDMI-13$1,595$13,000Yes
Paul CookRCA-8$0$32,350No
Jim CooperDTN-5$0$39,900Yes
Jim CostaDCA-16$1,000$269,699No
Tom CottonRAR-4$2,600$368,855No
Joe CourtneyDCT-2$1,250$90,000Yes
Kevin CramerRND$0$140,700No
Eric CrawfordRAR-1$0$158,073No
Ander CrenshawRFL-4$0$64,000No
Joe CrowleyDNY-14$7,700$338,050Yes
Henry CuellarDTX-28$0$163,308No
John CulbersonRTX-7$0$50,008No
Elijah CummingsDMD-7$750$48,500Yes
Tony CárdenasDCA-29$3,500$32,950Yes
Steve DainesRMT$0$307,750No
Danny DavisDIL-7$0$32,750Yes
Rodney DavisRIL-13$0$346,926No
Susan DavisDCA-53$500$30,100Yes
Peter DeFazioDOR-4$500$9,500Yes
Diana DeGetteDCO-1$3,000$41,700Yes
Rosa DeLauroDCT-3$1,500$19,100Yes
Ron DeSantisRFL-6$0$122,850Yes
Suzan DelBeneDWA-1$41,866$82,750No
John DelaneyDMD-6$8,342$97,717Yes
Jeff DenhamRCA-10$0$437,252No
Charlie DentRPA-15$0$70,042Yes
Scott DesJarlaisRTN-4$0$34,350No
Theodore DeutchDFL-21$0$17,110No
Mario Diaz-BalartRFL-25$7,500$61,100No
John DingellDMI-12$0$27,700Yes
Lloyd DoggettDTX-35$900$11,000Yes
Mike DoyleDPA-14$1,172$19,250Yes
Tammy DuckworthDIL-8$31,440$113,788No
Sean DuffyRWI-7$0$291,545No
Jeff DuncanRSC-3$6,000$32,100No
John "Jimmy" DuncanRTN-2$1,000$17,750Yes
Donna EdwardsDMD-4$8,700$6,750Yes
Keith EllisonDMN-5$1,600$57,400Yes
Renee EllmersRNC-2$0$111,250No
Eliot EngelDNY-16$0$43,450Yes
William EnyartDIL-12$5,500$95,550No
Anna EshooDCA-18$3,250$31,350Yes
Elizabeth EstyDCT-5$43,500$35,300Yes
Blake FarentholdRTX-27$5,600$92,608No
Sam FarrDCA-20$16,100$130,047No
Chaka FattahDPA-2$1,500$6,850Yes
Stephen FincherRTN-8$0$405,083No
Mike FitzpatrickRPA-8$1,500$279,642No
Charles FleischmannRTN-3$0$67,500Yes
John FlemingRLA-4$13,900$72,281No
Bill FloresRTX-17$2,500$105,768No
J. "Randy" ForbesRVA-4$0$56,850No
Jeff FortenberryRNE-1$0$84,000No
George "Bill" FosterDIL-11$26,902$111,050No
Virginia FoxxRNC-5$0$74,450Yes
Lois FrankelDFL-22$9,557$55,700No
Trent FranksRAZ-8$0$8,000Yes
Rodney FrelinghuysenRNJ-11$0$22,500Yes
Marcia FudgeDOH-11$0$104,250Yes
Tulsi GabbardDHI-2$7,435$37,800No
Pete GallegoDTX-23$21,443$120,700No
John GaramendiDCA-3$20,985$125,812No
Joe GarciaDFL-26$18,275$81,150No
Cory GardnerRCO-4$0$274,036No
Ernest Scott GarrettRNJ-5$0$272,775Yes
Jim GerlachRPA-6$0$143,250No
Bob GibbsROH-7$0$147,400No
Christopher GibsonRNY-19$6,200$194,173No
John "Phil" GingreyRGA-11$2,000$44,100Yes
Louie GohmertRTX-1$1,000$39,958No
Bob GoodlatteRVA-6$0$151,811No
Paul GosarRAZ-4$500$23,699No
Trey GowdyRSC-4$0$33,250No
Kay GrangerRTX-12$0$57,238No
Sam GravesRMO-6$0$142,100No
John "Tom" GravesRGA-14$0$84,750Yes
Alan GraysonDFL-9$2,650$14,700Yes
Al GreenDTX-9$0$27,100Yes
Raymond "Gene" GreenDTX-29$0$24,500Yes
Tim GriffinRAR-2$0$72,150No
H. GriffithRVA-9$0$42,200No
Raúl GrijalvaDAZ-3$9,750$17,750Yes
Michael GrimmRNY-11$0$192,256No
Steven Brett GuthrieRKY-2$0$93,500No
Luis GutiérrezDIL-4$0$11,500Yes
Janice HahnDCA-44$1,500$39,000Yes
Ralph HallRTX-4$0$69,126No
Colleen HanabusaDHI-1$500$53,700Yes
Richard HannaRNY-22$0$60,150No
Gregg HarperRMS-3$0$78,800No
Andy HarrisRMD-1$1,000$26,447Yes
Vicky HartzlerRMO-4$0$117,990No
Alcee HastingsDFL-20$0$66,750Not Voting
Richard "Doc" HastingsRWA-4$1,500$79,150No
Denny HeckDWA-10$11,450$86,500Yes
Joseph HeckRNV-3$0$56,900No
Jeb HensarlingRTX-5$0$549,763Yes
Jaime Herrera BeutlerRWA-3$5,000$46,407Not Voting
Brian HigginsDNY-26$50$28,150Yes
Jim HimesDCT-4$2,000$290,430Yes
Rubén HinojosaDTX-15$0$58,308No
George HoldingRNC-13$0$98,680Yes
Rush HoltDNJ-12$30,300$46,600Yes
Mike HondaDCA-17$13,787$35,254Not Voting
Steven HorsfordDNV-4$13,058$82,650Yes
Steny H. HoyerDMD-5$3,000$250,850Yes
Richard HudsonRNC-8$0$209,091Yes
Tim HuelskampRKS-1$0$52,550No
Jared HuffmanDCA-2$25,400$51,680Yes
Bill HuizengaRMI-2$0$169,100No
Randy HultgrenRIL-14$0$192,078No
Duncan HunterRCA-50$3,000$31,500Yes
Robert HurtRVA-5$0$170,750No
Steve IsraelDNY-3$8,500$139,500Yes
Darrell IssaRCA-49$0$120,075Yes
Sheila Jackson LeeDTX-18$0$15,000Yes
Hakeem JeffriesDNY-8$1,200$39,350Yes
Lynn JenkinsRKS-2$0$188,850No
Bill JohnsonROH-6$0$102,900No
Eddie Bernice JohnsonDTX-30$1,500$19,050No
Henry "Hank" JohnsonDGA-4$0$64,500No
Sam JohnsonRTX-3$0$71,826Yes
Walter JonesRNC-3$0$42,500Yes
Jim JordanROH-4$0$68,372Yes
David JoyceROH-14$0$115,400No
Marcy KapturDOH-9$0$66,403Yes
William KeatingDMA-9$0$32,250Yes
Mike KellyRPA-3$2,000$67,850No
Robin KellyDIL-2$1,000$67,675Yes
Joseph KennedyDMA-4$27,150$77,200Yes
Daniel KildeeDMI-5$1,095$102,450No
Derek KilmerDWA-6$53,262$87,050Yes
Ron KindDWI-3$3,672$191,900Yes
Pete KingRNY-2$0$47,200No
Steve KingRIA-4$0$131,660No
Jack KingstonRGA-1$7,000$531,768Yes
Adam KinzingerRIL-16$0$90,981No
Ann KirkpatrickDAZ-1$1,250$62,350No
John KlineRMN-2$0$157,250Yes
Ann KusterDNH-2$62,140$66,400Yes
Doug LaMalfaRCA-1$0$169,447No
Raúl LabradorRID-1$2,000$88,400No
Doug LambornRCO-5$1,000$23,250Yes
Leonard LanceRNJ-7$3,000$40,800Yes
Jim LangevinDRI-2$0$23,200Yes
James LankfordROK-5$0$113,252No
Rick LarsenDWA-2$0$43,300Not Voting
John LarsonDCT-1$3,000$180,050Yes
Tom LathamRIA-3$0$183,822No
Bob LattaROH-5$1,000$71,652No
Barbara LeeDCA-13$5,500$23,700Yes
Sandy LevinDMI-9$3,595$106,000Yes
John LewisDGA-5$4,000$40,500Yes
Dan LipinskiDIL-3$0$34,500No
Frank LoBiondoRNJ-2$4,600$63,190Yes
Dave LoebsackDIA-2$10,200$60,700No
Zoe LofgrenDCA-19$500$41,100Yes
Billy LongRMO-7$0$57,000No
Alan LowenthalDCA-47$21,700$22,900Yes
Nita LoweyDNY-17$1,000$28,800Yes
Frank LucasROK-3$0$431,950No
Blaine LuetkemeyerRMO-3$0$253,400No
Michelle Lujan GrishamDNM-1$16,440$79,200No
Ben Ray LujánDNM-3$4,366$19,400Yes
Cynthia LummisRWY$0$60,450Yes
Stephen LynchDMA-8$0$64,150Yes
Dan MaffeiDNY-24$25,917$99,912No
Carolyn MaloneyDNY-12$2,850$139,500Yes
Sean MaloneyDNY-18$19,900$118,762No
Kenny MarchantRTX-24$0$112,808Yes
Tom MarinoRPA-10$0$52,900No
Ed MarkeyDMA-5$527,246$159,540Not Voting
Thomas MassieRKY-4$0$31,100Yes
Jim MathesonDUT-4$0$99,006Yes
Doris MatsuiDCA-6$2,000$53,200No
Carolyn McCarthyDNY-4$0$49,000Not Voting
Kevin McCarthyRCA-23$0$452,202No
Michael McCaulRTX-10$0$125,192No
Tom McClintockRCA-4$0$59,450Yes
Betty McCollumDMN-4$0$50,250Yes
Jim McDermottDWA-7$2,100$21,000Yes
Jim McGovernDMA-2$0$28,500Yes
Patrick McHenryRNC-10$0$231,650No
Douglas "Mike" McIntyreDNC-7$0$125,500No
Howard P. "Buck" McKeonRCA-25$0$17,951No
David McKinleyRWV-1$0$42,200Yes
Cathy McMorris RodgersRWA-5$0$160,317No
Jerry McNerneyDCA-9$35,950$23,198No
Mark MeadowsRNC-11$0$29,350Yes
Patrick MeehanRPA-7$0$107,775No
Gregory MeeksDNY-5$0$137,800Yes
Grace MengDNY-6$1,750$28,230Yes
Luke MesserRIN-6$0$87,050No
John MicaRFL-7$0$60,150Yes
Mike MichaudDME-2$1,250$34,650Yes
Candice MillerRMI-10$0$67,800No
Gary MillerRCA-31$0$130,592Not Voting
George MillerDCA-11$3,250$10,000Yes
Jeff MillerRFL-1$9,600$41,250Yes
Gwen MooreDWI-4$0$123,500Yes
Jim MoranDVA-8$7,500$4,600Yes
Markwayne MullinROK-2$0$153,500No
Mick MulvaneyRSC-5$0$140,600No
Patrick MurphyDFL-18$22,895$165,800No
Tim MurphyRPA-18$0$61,550No
Jerry NadlerDNY-10$0$14,250Yes
Grace NapolitanoDCA-32$0$23,500Yes
Richard NealDMA-1$0$239,550No
Gloria Negrete McLeodDCA-35$0$14,500No
Robert "Randy" NeugebauerRTX-19$0$408,876No
Kristi NoemRSD$0$253,950No
Richard NolanDMN-8$11,550$84,900No
Richard NugentRFL-11$0$25,750No
Devin NunesRCA-22$0$288,850No
Alan NunneleeRMS-1$0$112,250No
Beto O'RourkeDTX-16$0$45,808Yes
Pete OlsonRTX-22$0$71,183Yes
Bill OwensDNY-21$5,000$89,650No
Steven PalazzoRMS-4$0$66,000Yes
Frank PalloneDNJ-6$1,000$32,833Yes
Bill PascrellDNJ-9$0$58,000Yes
Ed PastorDAZ-7$1,000$9,000No
Erik PaulsenRMN-3$0$286,875Yes
Donald PayneDNJ-10$0$33,750Yes
Steve PearceRNM-2$0$194,771No
Nancy PelosiDCA-12$11,700$55,850Yes
Ed PerlmutterDCO-7$20,383$233,150No
Scott PerryRPA-4$0$32,550Yes
Gary PetersDMI-14$104,060$251,400Yes
Scott PetersDCA-52$29,943$30,750Yes
Collin PetersonDMN-7$0$397,100No
Tom PetriRWI-6$0$35,750Yes
Rochelle "Chellie" PingreeDME-1$4,050$4,600Yes
Robert PittengerRNC-9$0$114,600Yes
Joe PittsRPA-16$0$31,250Yes
Mark PocanDWI-2$2,000$90,550Yes
Lloyd "Ted" PoeRTX-2$0$73,408No
Jared PolisDCO-2$15,900$2,750Yes
Mike PompeoRKS-4$0$119,900No
Bill PoseyRFL-8$0$78,000No
David PriceDNC-4$1,250$29,000Yes
Tom PriceRGA-6$0$154,950Yes
Mike QuigleyDIL-5$500$32,250Yes
Trey RadelRFL-19$0$43,250Yes
Nick RahallDWV-3$3,600$40,500No
Charlie RangelDNY-13$0$35,800Yes
Tom ReedRNY-23$0$205,996No
David ReichertRWA-8$9,672$67,350No
James RenacciROH-16$0$196,800No
Reid RibbleRWI-8$0$189,100No
Tom RiceRSC-7$0$74,150No
Cedric RichmondDLA-2$1,750$42,250No
Edward RigellRVA-2$0$38,580Yes
Martha RobyRAL-2$0$107,600No
David "Phil" RoeRTN-1$0$7,250No
Harold "Hal" RogersRKY-5$8,850$75,150No
Mike D. RogersRAL-3$0$112,500No
Mike RogersRMI-8$0$102,750Yes
Dana RohrabacherRCA-48$0$29,250Yes
Todd RokitaRIN-4$0$67,579Yes
Tom RooneyRFL-17$0$88,700No
Ileana Ros-LehtinenRFL-27$4,600$15,950No
Peter RoskamRIL-6$0$263,396No
Dennis RossRFL-15$0$235,000No
Keith RothfusRPA-12$2,500$182,627Yes
Lucille Roybal-AllardDCA-40$500$25,000Yes
Ed RoyceRCA-39$2,500$271,000Yes
Raul RuizDCA-36$21,691$51,050No
Jon RunyanRNJ-3$3,000$78,750Yes
C.A. "Dutch" RuppersbergerDMD-2$0$31,000Yes
Bobby RushDIL-1$0$10,500Yes
Paul RyanRWI-1$0$364,288Yes
Tim RyanDOH-13$0$24,750Yes
Matt SalmonRAZ-5$0$37,700Yes
Loretta SanchezDCA-46$500$36,110No
Marshall SanfordRSC-1$0$35,500Yes
John SarbanesDMD-3$0$9,000Yes
Steve ScaliseRLA-1$6,200$96,500Yes
Jan SchakowskyDIL-9$4,100$10,850Yes
Adam SchiffDCA-28$2,500$27,650Yes
Bradley SchneiderDIL-10$38,341$71,350Yes
Aaron SchockRIL-18$0$235,289No
Kurt SchraderDOR-5$0$149,761Yes
Allyson SchwartzDPA-13$0$30,250Yes
David SchweikertRAZ-6$0$51,550Yes
Austin ScottRGA-8$0$157,300No
David ScottDGA-13$0$213,749Yes
Bobby ScottDVA-3$16$2,750Yes
F. "Jim" SensenbrennerRWI-5$0$12,500Yes
José SerranoDNY-15$0$9,500Yes
Pete SessionsRTX-32$0$219,626No
Terri SewellDAL-7$0$223,100No
Carol Shea-PorterDNH-1$35,251$6,950Yes
Brad ShermanDCA-30$0$104,075Yes
John ShimkusRIL-15$0$133,799No
Bill ShusterRPA-9$0$121,400No
Mike SimpsonRID-2$10,900$255,500No
Kyrsten SinemaDAZ-9$19,394$103,250No
Albio SiresDNJ-8$0$34,000Yes
Louise SlaughterDNY-25$11,250$65,950Not Voting
David Adam SmithDWA-9$0$27,800Yes
Adrian SmithRNE-3$0$194,600No
Chris SmithRNJ-4$0$7,750No
Jason SmithRMO-8$0$116,700No
Lamar SmithRTX-21$0$87,626No
Steve SoutherlandRFL-2$2,000$178,850No
Karen "Jackie" SpeierDCA-14$500$19,750Yes
Chris StewartRUT-2$0$70,100No
Steve StiversROH-15$0$386,350No
Steve StockmanRTX-36$0$14,500Yes
Marlin StutzmanRIN-3$0$177,700No
Eric SwalwellDCA-15$0$51,180Yes
Linda SánchezDCA-38$500$88,050Yes
Mark TakanoDCA-41$14,020$21,350No
Lee TerryRNE-2$0$150,940Yes
Bennie ThompsonDMS-2$2,000$78,000No
Glenn ThompsonRPA-5$0$82,266No
C. Mike ThompsonDCA-5$750$159,208No
William "Mac" ThornberryRTX-13$0$156,851No
Pat TiberiROH-12$1,000$354,700No
John TierneyDMA-6$10,643$34,050Yes
Scott TiptonRCO-3$2,000$164,450No
Alice "Dina" TitusDNV-1$6,132$20,050Yes
Paul TonkoDNY-20$1,250$26,550Yes
Niki TsongasDMA-3$2,550$14,150Yes
Mike TurnerROH-10$0$22,275No
Fred UptonRMI-6$0$91,650No
David ValadaoRCA-21$0$458,456No
Chris Van HollenDMD-8$7,750$45,500Yes
Juan VargasDCA-51$0$143,700Not Voting
Marc VeaseyDTX-33$2,950$38,450No
Filemon VelaDTX-34$0$74,350No
Nydia VelázquezDNY-7$0$60,200Yes
Pete ViscloskyDIN-1$0$5,750Yes
Ann WagnerRMO-2$0$299,300No
Tim WalbergRMI-7$0$72,667No
Greg WaldenROR-2$10,000$187,303No
Jackie WalorskiRIN-2$0$93,600No
Tim WalzDMN-1$1,250$105,500No
Debbie Wasserman SchultzDFL-23$3,700$25,150Yes
Maxine WatersDCA-43$1,500$85,250Yes
Mel WattDNC-12$0$22,500Yes
Henry WaxmanDCA-33$33,199$21,750Yes
Randy WeberRTX-14$0$99,300No
Daniel WebsterRFL-10$0$124,200No
Peter WelchDVT$7,200$47,000No
Brad WenstrupROH-2$0$92,400No
Lynn WestmorelandRGA-3$0$93,950No
Ed WhitfieldRKY-1$0$77,000No
Roger WilliamsRTX-25$0$105,525No
Frederica WilsonDFL-24$0$22,000Yes
Addison "Joe" WilsonRSC-2$0$52,700No
Robert WittmanRVA-1$7,000$42,250No
Frank WolfRVA-10$0$10,850Yes
Steve WomackRAR-3$0$70,400No
Rob WoodallRGA-7$0$38,250Yes
John YarmuthDKY-3$2,750$17,250Yes
Kevin YoderRKS-3$0$142,500No
Ted YohoRFL-3$0$146,945No
C. W. "Bill" YoungRFL-13$2,500$10,750Yes
Don YoungRAK$2,000$13,950No
Todd YoungRIN-9$0$115,450Yes

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Robert AderholtRAL-4$0$144,698No
Rodney AlexanderRLA-5$1,000$37,350No
Justin AmashRMI-3$0$52,900Yes
Mark AmodeiRNV-2$0$22,000No
Rob AndrewsDNJ-1$0$22,600Yes
Michele BachmannRMN-6$0$45,654No
Spencer BachusRAL-6$0$92,500Yes
Ron BarberDAZ-2$23,018$74,100No
Lou BarlettaRPA-11$0$32,715No
Garland BarrRKY-6$0$297,142No
John BarrowDGA-12$1,000$158,950No
Joe BartonRTX-6$0$18,758No
Karen BassDCA-37$500$23,250Yes
Joyce BeattyDOH-3$0$152,350Yes
Xavier BecerraDCA-34$1,000$91,400Yes
Dan BenishekRMI-1$3,000$134,958No
Kerry BentivolioRMI-11$0$24,000Yes
Ami BeraDCA-7$58,426$69,960No
Gus BilirakisRFL-12$0$45,700Yes
Rob BishopRUT-1$2,500$41,100No
Sanford BishopDGA-2$0$139,500No
Tim BishopDNY-1$38,853$45,862Yes
Diane BlackRTN-6$0$74,779Yes
Marsha BlackburnRTN-7$0$43,950Yes
Earl BlumenauerDOR-3$7,450$38,425Yes
John A. BoehnerROH-8$2,600$926,863Not Voting
Suzanne BonamiciDOR-1$5,000$39,400Yes
Jo BonnerRAL-1$0$20,450No
Charles BoustanyRLA-3$0$223,110No
Kevin BradyRTX-8$0$134,205No
Bob BradyDPA-1$0$14,000Yes
Bruce BraleyDIA-1$61,547$75,800No
Jim BridenstineROK-1$0$29,600Yes
Mo BrooksRAL-5$0$24,715Yes
Susan BrooksRIN-5$0$82,400No
Paul BrounRGA-10$0$45,461Yes
Corrine BrownDFL-5$0$17,700Yes
Julia BrownleyDCA-26$50,073$38,200No
Vern BuchananRFL-16$0$98,350No
Larry BucshonRIN-8$0$75,400No
Michael BurgessRTX-26$0$29,758Yes
Cheri BustosDIL-17$24,672$102,275No
George "G.K." ButterfieldDNC-1$1,000$35,316No
Ken CalvertRCA-42$1,000$58,350No
Dave CampRMI-4$0$252,309No
John CampbellRCA-45$0$54,150No
Eric CantorRVA-7$0$436,150No
Shelley CapitoRWV-2$4,500$488,500No
Lois CappsDCA-24$42,003$41,350Yes
Mike CapuanoDMA-7$0$100,400No
John CarneyDDE$0$196,370Yes
André CarsonDIN-7$1,750$41,500No
John CarterRTX-31$0$77,908No
Matthew CartwrightDPA-17$3,338$21,500Yes
Bill CassidyRLA-6$18,750$191,750No
Kathy CastorDFL-14$2,320$23,750Yes
Joaquin CastroDTX-20$2,500$57,508No
Steve ChabotROH-1$0$60,150Yes
Jason ChaffetzRUT-3$0$42,643Yes
Judy ChuDCA-27$500$30,400Yes
David CicillineDRI-1$4,000$44,250Yes
Yvette ClarkeDNY-9$1,000$18,750Yes
William Lacy ClayDMO-1$0$51,000Yes
Emanuel CleaverDMO-5$3,000$80,250No
Jim ClyburnDSC-6$2,500$148,500No
John Howard CobleRNC-6$0$21,500No
Mike CoffmanRCO-6$1,000$176,440Yes
Steve CohenDTN-9$750$35,900Yes
Tom ColeROK-4$0$79,550No
Chris CollinsRNY-27$0$108,071No
Doug CollinsRGA-9$0$55,515Yes
K. "Mike" ConawayRTX-11$0$433,876No
Gerry ConnollyDVA-11$8,386$44,000Yes
John ConyersDMI-13$1,595$13,000Yes
Paul CookRCA-8$0$32,350No
Jim CooperDTN-5$0$39,900Yes
Jim CostaDCA-16$1,000$269,699No
Tom CottonRAR-4$2,600$368,855No
Joe CourtneyDCT-2$1,250$90,000Yes
Kevin CramerRND$0$140,700No
Eric CrawfordRAR-1$0$158,073No
Ander CrenshawRFL-4$0$64,000No
Joe CrowleyDNY-14$7,700$338,050Yes
Henry CuellarDTX-28$0$163,308No
John CulbersonRTX-7$0$50,008No
Elijah CummingsDMD-7$750$48,500Yes
Tony CárdenasDCA-29$3,500$32,950Yes
Steve DainesRMT$0$307,750No
Danny DavisDIL-7$0$32,750Yes
Rodney DavisRIL-13$0$346,926No
Susan DavisDCA-53$500$30,100Yes
Peter DeFazioDOR-4$500$9,500Yes
Diana DeGetteDCO-1$3,000$41,700Yes
Rosa DeLauroDCT-3$1,500$19,100Yes
Ron DeSantisRFL-6$0$122,850Yes
Suzan DelBeneDWA-1$41,866$82,750No
John DelaneyDMD-6$8,342$97,717Yes
Jeff DenhamRCA-10$0$437,252No
Charlie DentRPA-15$0$70,042Yes
Scott DesJarlaisRTN-4$0$34,350No
Theodore DeutchDFL-21$0$17,110No
Mario Diaz-BalartRFL-25$7,500$61,100No
John DingellDMI-12$0$27,700Yes
Lloyd DoggettDTX-35$900$11,000Yes
Mike DoyleDPA-14$1,172$19,250Yes
Tammy DuckworthDIL-8$31,440$113,788No
Sean DuffyRWI-7$0$291,545No
Jeff DuncanRSC-3$6,000$32,100No
John "Jimmy" DuncanRTN-2$1,000$17,750Yes
Donna EdwardsDMD-4$8,700$6,750Yes
Keith EllisonDMN-5$1,600$57,400Yes
Renee EllmersRNC-2$0$111,250No
Eliot EngelDNY-16$0$43,450Yes
William EnyartDIL-12$5,500$95,550No
Anna EshooDCA-18$3,250$31,350Yes
Elizabeth EstyDCT-5$43,500$35,300Yes
Blake FarentholdRTX-27$5,600$92,608No
Sam FarrDCA-20$16,100$130,047No
Chaka FattahDPA-2$1,500$6,850Yes
Stephen FincherRTN-8$0$405,083No
Mike FitzpatrickRPA-8$1,500$279,642No
Charles FleischmannRTN-3$0$67,500Yes
John FlemingRLA-4$13,900$72,281No
Bill FloresRTX-17$2,500$105,768No
J. "Randy" ForbesRVA-4$0$56,850No
Jeff FortenberryRNE-1$0$84,000No
George "Bill" FosterDIL-11$26,902$111,050No
Virginia FoxxRNC-5$0$74,450Yes
Lois FrankelDFL-22$9,557$55,700No
Trent FranksRAZ-8$0$8,000Yes
Rodney FrelinghuysenRNJ-11$0$22,500Yes
Marcia FudgeDOH-11$0$104,250Yes
Tulsi GabbardDHI-2$7,435$37,800No
Pete GallegoDTX-23$21,443$120,700No
John GaramendiDCA-3$20,985$125,812No
Joe GarciaDFL-26$18,275$81,150No
Cory GardnerRCO-4$0$274,036No
Ernest Scott GarrettRNJ-5$0$272,775Yes
Jim GerlachRPA-6$0$143,250No
Bob GibbsROH-7$0$147,400No
Christopher GibsonRNY-19$6,200$194,173No
John "Phil" GingreyRGA-11$2,000$44,100Yes
Louie GohmertRTX-1$1,000$39,958No
Bob GoodlatteRVA-6$0$151,811No
Paul GosarRAZ-4$500$23,699No
Trey GowdyRSC-4$0$33,250No
Kay GrangerRTX-12$0$57,238No
Sam GravesRMO-6$0$142,100No
John "Tom" GravesRGA-14$0$84,750Yes
Alan GraysonDFL-9$2,650$14,700Yes
Al GreenDTX-9$0$27,100Yes
Raymond "Gene" GreenDTX-29$0$24,500Yes
Tim GriffinRAR-2$0$72,150No
H. GriffithRVA-9$0$42,200No
Raúl GrijalvaDAZ-3$9,750$17,750Yes
Michael GrimmRNY-11$0$192,256No
Steven Brett GuthrieRKY-2$0$93,500No
Luis GutiérrezDIL-4$0$11,500Yes
Janice HahnDCA-44$1,500$39,000Yes
Ralph HallRTX-4$0$69,126No
Colleen HanabusaDHI-1$500$53,700Yes
Richard HannaRNY-22$0$60,150No
Gregg HarperRMS-3$0$78,800No
Andy HarrisRMD-1$1,000$26,447Yes
Vicky HartzlerRMO-4$0$117,990No
Alcee HastingsDFL-20$0$66,750Not Voting
Richard "Doc" HastingsRWA-4$1,500$79,150No
Denny HeckDWA-10$11,450$86,500Yes
Joseph HeckRNV-3$0$56,900No
Jeb HensarlingRTX-5$0$549,763Yes
Jaime Herrera BeutlerRWA-3$5,000$46,407Not Voting
Brian HigginsDNY-26$50$28,150Yes
Jim HimesDCT-4$2,000$290,430Yes
Rubén HinojosaDTX-15$0$58,308No
George HoldingRNC-13$0$98,680Yes
Rush HoltDNJ-12$30,300$46,600Yes
Mike HondaDCA-17$13,787$35,254Not Voting
Steven HorsfordDNV-4$13,058$82,650Yes
Steny H. HoyerDMD-5$3,000$250,850Yes
Richard HudsonRNC-8$0$209,091Yes
Tim HuelskampRKS-1$0$52,550No
Jared HuffmanDCA-2$25,400$51,680Yes
Bill HuizengaRMI-2$0$169,100No
Randy HultgrenRIL-14$0$192,078No
Duncan HunterRCA-50$3,000$31,500Yes
Robert HurtRVA-5$0$170,750No
Steve IsraelDNY-3$8,500$139,500Yes
Darrell IssaRCA-49$0$120,075Yes
Sheila Jackson LeeDTX-18$0$15,000Yes
Hakeem JeffriesDNY-8$1,200$39,350Yes
Lynn JenkinsRKS-2$0$188,850No
Bill JohnsonROH-6$0$102,900No
Eddie Bernice JohnsonDTX-30$1,500$19,050No
Henry "Hank" JohnsonDGA-4$0$64,500No
Sam JohnsonRTX-3$0$71,826Yes
Walter JonesRNC-3$0$42,500Yes
Jim JordanROH-4$0$68,372Yes
David JoyceROH-14$0$115,400No
Marcy KapturDOH-9$0$66,403Yes
William KeatingDMA-9$0$32,250Yes
Mike KellyRPA-3$2,000$67,850No
Robin KellyDIL-2$1,000$67,675Yes
Joseph KennedyDMA-4$27,150$77,200Yes
Daniel KildeeDMI-5$1,095$102,450No
Derek KilmerDWA-6$53,262$87,050Yes
Ron KindDWI-3$3,672$191,900Yes
Pete KingRNY-2$0$47,200No
Steve KingRIA-4$0$131,660No
Jack KingstonRGA-1$7,000$531,768Yes
Adam KinzingerRIL-16$0$90,981No
Ann KirkpatrickDAZ-1$1,250$62,350No
John KlineRMN-2$0$157,250Yes
Ann KusterDNH-2$62,140$66,400Yes
Doug LaMalfaRCA-1$0$169,447No
Raúl LabradorRID-1$2,000$88,400No
Doug LambornRCO-5$1,000$23,250Yes
Leonard LanceRNJ-7$3,000$40,800Yes
Jim LangevinDRI-2$0$23,200Yes
James LankfordROK-5$0$113,252No
Rick LarsenDWA-2$0$43,300Not Voting
John LarsonDCT-1$3,000$180,050Yes
Tom LathamRIA-3$0$183,822No
Bob LattaROH-5$1,000$71,652No
Barbara LeeDCA-13$5,500$23,700Yes
Sandy LevinDMI-9$3,595$106,000Yes
John LewisDGA-5$4,000$40,500Yes
Dan LipinskiDIL-3$0$34,500No
Frank LoBiondoRNJ-2$4,600$63,190Yes
Dave LoebsackDIA-2$10,200$60,700No
Zoe LofgrenDCA-19$500$41,100Yes
Billy LongRMO-7$0$57,000No
Alan LowenthalDCA-47$21,700$22,900Yes
Nita LoweyDNY-17$1,000$28,800Yes
Frank LucasROK-3$0$431,950No
Blaine LuetkemeyerRMO-3$0$253,400No
Michelle Lujan GrishamDNM-1$16,440$79,200No
Ben Ray LujánDNM-3$4,366$19,400Yes
Cynthia LummisRWY$0$60,450Yes
Stephen LynchDMA-8$0$64,150Yes
Dan MaffeiDNY-24$25,917$99,912No
Carolyn MaloneyDNY-12$2,850$139,500Yes
Sean MaloneyDNY-18$19,900$118,762No
Kenny MarchantRTX-24$0$112,808Yes
Tom MarinoRPA-10$0$52,900No
Ed MarkeyDMA-5$527,246$159,540Not Voting
Thomas MassieRKY-4$0$31,100Yes
Jim MathesonDUT-4$0$99,006Yes
Doris MatsuiDCA-6$2,000$53,200No
Carolyn McCarthyDNY-4$0$49,000Not Voting
Kevin McCarthyRCA-23$0$452,202No
Michael McCaulRTX-10$0$125,192No
Tom McClintockRCA-4$0$59,450Yes
Betty McCollumDMN-4$0$50,250Yes
Jim McDermottDWA-7$2,100$21,000Yes
Jim McGovernDMA-2$0$28,500Yes
Patrick McHenryRNC-10$0$231,650No
Douglas "Mike" McIntyreDNC-7$0$125,500No
Howard P. "Buck" McKeonRCA-25$0$17,951No
David McKinleyRWV-1$0$42,200Yes
Cathy McMorris RodgersRWA-5$0$160,317No
Jerry McNerneyDCA-9$35,950$23,198No
Mark MeadowsRNC-11$0$29,350Yes
Patrick MeehanRPA-7$0$107,775No
Gregory MeeksDNY-5$0$137,800Yes
Grace MengDNY-6$1,750$28,230Yes
Luke MesserRIN-6$0$87,050No
John MicaRFL-7$0$60,150Yes
Mike MichaudDME-2$1,250$34,650Yes
Candice MillerRMI-10$0$67,800No
Gary MillerRCA-31$0$130,592Not Voting
George MillerDCA-11$3,250$10,000Yes
Jeff MillerRFL-1$9,600$41,250Yes
Gwen MooreDWI-4$0$123,500Yes
Jim MoranDVA-8$7,500$4,600Yes
Markwayne MullinROK-2$0$153,500No
Mick MulvaneyRSC-5$0$140,600No
Patrick MurphyDFL-18$22,895$165,800No
Tim MurphyRPA-18$0$61,550No
Jerry NadlerDNY-10$0$14,250Yes
Grace NapolitanoDCA-32$0$23,500Yes
Richard NealDMA-1$0$239,550No
Gloria Negrete McLeodDCA-35$0$14,500No
Robert "Randy" NeugebauerRTX-19$0$408,876No
Kristi NoemRSD$0$253,950No
Richard NolanDMN-8$11,550$84,900No
Richard NugentRFL-11$0$25,750No
Devin NunesRCA-22$0$288,850No
Alan NunneleeRMS-1$0$112,250No
Beto O'RourkeDTX-16$0$45,808Yes
Pete OlsonRTX-22$0$71,183Yes
Bill OwensDNY-21$5,000$89,650No
Steven PalazzoRMS-4$0$66,000Yes
Frank PalloneDNJ-6$1,000$32,833Yes
Bill PascrellDNJ-9$0$58,000Yes
Ed PastorDAZ-7$1,000$9,000No
Erik PaulsenRMN-3$0$286,875Yes
Donald PayneDNJ-10$0$33,750Yes
Steve PearceRNM-2$0$194,771No
Nancy PelosiDCA-12$11,700$55,850Yes
Ed PerlmutterDCO-7$20,383$233,150No
Scott PerryRPA-4$0$32,550Yes
Gary PetersDMI-14$104,060$251,400Yes
Scott PetersDCA-52$29,943$30,750Yes
Collin PetersonDMN-7$0$397,100No
Tom PetriRWI-6$0$35,750Yes
Rochelle "Chellie" PingreeDME-1$4,050$4,600Yes
Robert PittengerRNC-9$0$114,600Yes
Joe PittsRPA-16$0$31,250Yes
Mark PocanDWI-2$2,000$90,550Yes
Lloyd "Ted" PoeRTX-2$0$73,408No
Jared PolisDCO-2$15,900$2,750Yes
Mike PompeoRKS-4$0$119,900No
Bill PoseyRFL-8$0$78,000No
David PriceDNC-4$1,250$29,000Yes
Tom PriceRGA-6$0$154,950Yes
Mike QuigleyDIL-5$500$32,250Yes
Trey RadelRFL-19$0$43,250Yes
Nick RahallDWV-3$3,600$40,500No
Charlie RangelDNY-13$0$35,800Yes
Tom ReedRNY-23$0$205,996No
David ReichertRWA-8$9,672$67,350No
James RenacciROH-16$0$196,800No
Reid RibbleRWI-8$0$189,100No
Tom RiceRSC-7$0$74,150No
Cedric RichmondDLA-2$1,750$42,250No
Edward RigellRVA-2$0$38,580Yes
Martha RobyRAL-2$0$107,600No
David "Phil" RoeRTN-1$0$7,250No
Harold "Hal" RogersRKY-5$8,850$75,150No
Mike D. RogersRAL-3$0$112,500No
Mike RogersRMI-8$0$102,750Yes
Dana RohrabacherRCA-48$0$29,250Yes
Todd RokitaRIN-4$0$67,579Yes
Tom RooneyRFL-17$0$88,700No
Ileana Ros-LehtinenRFL-27$4,600$15,950No
Peter RoskamRIL-6$0$263,396No
Dennis RossRFL-15$0$235,000No
Keith RothfusRPA-12$2,500$182,627Yes
Lucille Roybal-AllardDCA-40$500$25,000Yes
Ed RoyceRCA-39$2,500$271,000Yes
Raul RuizDCA-36$21,691$51,050No
Jon RunyanRNJ-3$3,000$78,750Yes
C.A. "Dutch" RuppersbergerDMD-2$0$31,000Yes
Bobby RushDIL-1$0$10,500Yes
Paul RyanRWI-1$0$364,288Yes
Tim RyanDOH-13$0$24,750Yes
Matt SalmonRAZ-5$0$37,700Yes
Loretta SanchezDCA-46$500$36,110No
Marshall SanfordRSC-1$0$35,500Yes
John SarbanesDMD-3$0$9,000Yes
Steve ScaliseRLA-1$6,200$96,500Yes
Jan SchakowskyDIL-9$4,100$10,850Yes
Adam SchiffDCA-28$2,500$27,650Yes
Bradley SchneiderDIL-10$38,341$71,350Yes
Aaron SchockRIL-18$0$235,289No
Kurt SchraderDOR-5$0$149,761Yes
Allyson SchwartzDPA-13$0$30,250Yes
David SchweikertRAZ-6$0$51,550Yes
Austin ScottRGA-8$0$157,300No
David ScottDGA-13$0$213,749Yes
Bobby ScottDVA-3$16$2,750Yes
F. "Jim" SensenbrennerRWI-5$0$12,500Yes
José SerranoDNY-15$0$9,500Yes
Pete SessionsRTX-32$0$219,626No
Terri SewellDAL-7$0$223,100No
Carol Shea-PorterDNH-1$35,251$6,950Yes
Brad ShermanDCA-30$0$104,075Yes
John ShimkusRIL-15$0$133,799No
Bill ShusterRPA-9$0$121,400No
Mike SimpsonRID-2$10,900$255,500No
Kyrsten SinemaDAZ-9$19,394$103,250No
Albio SiresDNJ-8$0$34,000Yes
Louise SlaughterDNY-25$11,250$65,950Not Voting
David Adam SmithDWA-9$0$27,800Yes
Adrian SmithRNE-3$0$194,600No
Chris SmithRNJ-4$0$7,750No
Jason SmithRMO-8$0$116,700No
Lamar SmithRTX-21$0$87,626No
Steve SoutherlandRFL-2$2,000$178,850No
Karen "Jackie" SpeierDCA-14$500$19,750Yes
Chris StewartRUT-2$0$70,100No
Steve StiversROH-15$0$386,350No
Steve StockmanRTX-36$0$14,500Yes
Marlin StutzmanRIN-3$0$177,700No
Eric SwalwellDCA-15$0$51,180Yes
Linda SánchezDCA-38$500$88,050Yes
Mark TakanoDCA-41$14,020$21,350No
Lee TerryRNE-2$0$150,940Yes
Bennie ThompsonDMS-2$2,000$78,000No
Glenn ThompsonRPA-5$0$82,266No
C. Mike ThompsonDCA-5$750$159,208No
William "Mac" ThornberryRTX-13$0$156,851No
Pat TiberiROH-12$1,000$354,700No
John TierneyDMA-6$10,643$34,050Yes
Scott TiptonRCO-3$2,000$164,450No
Alice "Dina" TitusDNV-1$6,132$20,050Yes
Paul TonkoDNY-20$1,250$26,550Yes
Niki TsongasDMA-3$2,550$14,150Yes
Mike TurnerROH-10$0$22,275No
Fred UptonRMI-6$0$91,650No
David ValadaoRCA-21$0$458,456No
Chris Van HollenDMD-8$7,750$45,500Yes
Juan VargasDCA-51$0$143,700Not Voting
Marc VeaseyDTX-33$2,950$38,450No
Filemon VelaDTX-34$0$74,350No
Nydia VelázquezDNY-7$0$60,200Yes
Pete ViscloskyDIN-1$0$5,750Yes
Ann WagnerRMO-2$0$299,300No
Tim WalbergRMI-7$0$72,667No
Greg WaldenROR-2$10,000$187,303No
Jackie WalorskiRIN-2$0$93,600No
Tim WalzDMN-1$1,250$105,500No
Debbie Wasserman SchultzDFL-23$3,700$25,150Yes
Maxine WatersDCA-43$1,500$85,250Yes
Mel WattDNC-12$0$22,500Yes
Henry WaxmanDCA-33$33,199$21,750Yes
Randy WeberRTX-14$0$99,300No
Daniel WebsterRFL-10$0$124,200No
Peter WelchDVT$7,200$47,000No
Brad WenstrupROH-2$0$92,400No
Lynn WestmorelandRGA-3$0$93,950No
Ed WhitfieldRKY-1$0$77,000No
Roger WilliamsRTX-25$0$105,525No
Frederica WilsonDFL-24$0$22,000Yes
Addison "Joe" WilsonRSC-2$0$52,700No
Robert WittmanRVA-1$7,000$42,250No
Frank WolfRVA-10$0$10,850Yes
Steve WomackRAR-3$0$70,400No
Rob WoodallRGA-7$0$38,250Yes
John YarmuthDKY-3$2,750$17,250Yes
Kevin YoderRKS-3$0$142,500No
Ted YohoRFL-3$0$146,945No
C. W. "Bill" YoungRFL-13$2,500$10,750Yes
Don YoungRAK$2,000$13,950No
Todd YoungRIN-9$0$115,450Yes

Interest Groups that supported this amendment

$ Donated
Environmental policy$2,277,416

Interest Groups that opposed this amendment

$ Donated
Commercial banks & bank holding companies$11,455,221
Insurance companies, brokers & agents$8,736,105
Sugar cane & sugar beets$3,945,860
Credit unions$2,826,763
Property & casualty insurance$2,581,745
Milk & dairy producers$2,055,858
Livestock$2,036,808
Agricultural services & related industries$1,666,546
Vegetables, fruits and tree nut$1,039,702
Farm organizations & cooperatives$838,986
Construction equipment$835,667
General business associations$833,488
Wheat, corn, soybeans and cash grain$759,900
Other commodities (incl rice, peanuts, honey)$724,391
Agricultural chemicals (fertilizers & pesticides)$716,469
Food wholesalers$622,999
Cotton$544,323
Insurance$520,119
Animal feed & health products$301,300
Agriculture$230,337
Energy, Natural Resources and Environment$22,550
Hunting & wildlife$13,500
Municipal & county government organizations$4,000
Farm bureaus$0
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