MegaVote Dec. 8, 2014

In this MegaVote for New York’s 25th Congressional District:

Recent Congressional Votes

  • House: Executive Action on Immigration – Passage
  • House: Fiscal 2015 Defense Authorization – Motion to Concur

Upcoming Congressional Bills

  • Senate: Omnibus Appropriations
  • Senate: Fiscal 2015 Defense Authorization
  • House: California Emergency Drought Relief Act of 2014
  • House: Omnibus Appropriations

Recent House Votes Executive Action on Immigration – Passage – Vote Passed (219-197, 3 Present, 15 Not Voting)
The House voted to pass a bill that would prohibit the executive branch from exempting or deferring from deportation any immigrants considered to be unlawfully present in the United States. It also would prohibit the administration from treating those immigrants as if they were lawfully present or had lawful immigration status.
Rep. Louise Slaughter voted NO


Fiscal 2015 Defense Authorization – Motion to Concur – Vote Passed (300-119, 15 Not Voting)
The House voted to concur in the Senate amendment with a House amendment and pass the bill that would authorize $495.9 billion for the Defense Department’s base budget, $17.5 billion for national security programs within the Energy Department and $63.7 billion to support Overseas Contingency Operations including $5.1 billion to counter the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
Rep. Louise Slaughter voted NO


Upcoming Votes Omnibus Appropriations – HR__
The Senate is expected to consider an omnibus spending bill to fund the government for the remainder of the fiscal year.


Fiscal 2015 Defense Authorization – HR3979
The Senate is expected to consider a bill to authorize funding for the Defense Department and related programs.


California Emergency Drought Relief Act of 2014 – HR5781
The House is expected to consider a bill to provide short-term water supplies to drought-stricken California.


Omnibus Appropriations – HR__
The House is expected to consider an omnibus spending bill to fund the government for the remainder of the fiscal year.

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