In this MegaVote for New York’s 25th Congressional District:
Recent Congressional Votes
Upcoming Congressional Bills
Editor’s Note: The House is out of session until Jan. 20 when they will meet for a pro forma session.
|Recent Senate Votes|
|Fiscal 2017 Budget Resolution-Klobuchar Amendment Concerning Drug Importation – Vote Rejected (46-52, 2 Not Voting)
The amendment would establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to lower prescription drug prices for Americans by importing drugs from Canada.
Sen. Charles Schumer voted YES
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand voted YES
Fiscal 2017 Budget Resolution – Vote Agreed to (51-48, 1 Not Voting)
Gen. James Mattis Secretary of Defense Waiver – Vote Passed (81-17, 2 Not Voting)
|Recent House Votes|
|Private Market Investors – Vote Passed (344-73, 17 Not Voting)
The bill would expand the circumstances under which events where businesses offer unregistered securities in the private market would not be considered “general solicitations” that otherwise require the issuer to verify that the individuals attending the events are accredited investors.
Rep. Louise Slaughter voted NO
Regulatory Accountability – Vote Passed (238-183, 13 Not Voting)
SEC Cost-Benefit Analyses – Vote Passed (243-184, 7 Not Voting)
CFTC Reauthorization – Vote Passed (239-182, 13 Not Voting)
Fiscal 2017 Budget Resolution – Vote Passed (227-198, 10 Not Voting)
Gen. James Mattis Secretary of Defense Waiver – Vote Passed (268-151, 1 Present, 14 Not Voting)
|GAO Access and Oversight – HR72
The bill would grant the Government Accountability Office access to the National Directory of New Hires. The directory contains information from states about new employees.