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Date Question Position Result
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 499 (Perry) to H.R. 4394: To eliminate funding for the Denali Commission.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 498 (Perry) to H.R. 4394: To reduce funding level for the Denali Commission to the FY19 level.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 497 (Perry) to H.R. 4394: To reduce funding level for the Delta Regional Commission to the FY19 level.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 496 (Perry) to H.R. 4394: To reduce funding level in this bill for the Appalachian Regional Commission to FY19 levels.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 495 (Norman) to H.R. 4394: To eliminate funding for Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 494 (Perry) to H.R. 4394: To eliminate funding for Clean Energy Demonstrations.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 493 (Roy) to H.R. 4394: To eliminate funding for Energy Department's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 492 (Griffith) to H.R. 4394: To increase funds for the Fossil Energy and Carbon Management program within the Department of Energy by $600 million and reduce funds for the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy program by $1.1 billion.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 491 (Westerman) to H.R. 4394: To reduce funding for the Bureau of Reclamation's Policy and Administration to Fiscal Year 2022.
No Failed
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 489 (Neguse) to H.R. 4394: To increase the Water and Related Resources Account by $1 million to be directed to the Colorado River Compliance Activities account, specifically for the Upper Colorado and San Juan River Endangered Fish Recovery progr
Aye Agreed to
10/26/23 On the Amendment in the House
H.Amdt. 488 (Perry) to H.R. 4394: To reduce the funding for Army Corps of Engineers - Civil; Investigations by $715,000 for the purpose of eliminating funding for the Delaware River Basin Commission.
No Failed
10/25/23 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Agree in the House
H.Res. 771: Standing with Israel as it defends itself against the barbaric war launched by Hamas and other terrorists.
Yea Passed
10/25/23 Election of the Speaker Jeffries Johnson (LA)
10/25/23 Call of the House Present Passed
10/20/23 Election of the Speaker Jeffries Jeffries
10/20/23 Call of the House Present Passed
10/18/23 Election of the Speaker Jeffries Jeffries
10/18/23 Call of the House Present Passed
10/17/23 Election of the Speaker Jeffries Jeffries
10/17/23 Call of the House Present Passed
10/3/23 On the Resolution in the House
H.Res. 757: Declaring the office of Speaker of the House of Representatives to be vacant.
Yea Passed
10/3/23 On Motion to Table: H.Res. 757: Declaring the office of Speaker of the House of Representatives to be vacant. Nay Failed
10/3/23 On the Resolution in the House
H.Res. 756: Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 4394) making appropriations for energy and water development and related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2024, and for other purposes, and providing for consideration of the bill
No Passed
10/3/23 On Ordering the Previous Question: H.Res. 756: Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 4394) making appropriations for energy and … Nay Passed
10/2/23 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass, as Amended in the House
H.R. 4502: To amend title 5, United States Code, to limit the use of educational requirements or qualifications in evaluating candidates for certain cybersecurity positions in the competitive service, and for other purposes.
Yea Passed