John Kerry's Senate Voting Record
106th Senate





 106    1  8 JANUARY   1999  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON (PROC)                                    

 106    2 25 JANUARY   1999  Y    43  57   3  52  40   5  33   4   7   1  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON (PROC)                                    

 106    3 26 JANUARY   1999  N    41  58   3  52  38   6  32   4   6   2  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON (PROC)                                    

 106    4 27 JANUARY   1999  Y    44  56   0  55  44   1  36   1   8   0  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON                                           

 106    5 27 JANUARY   1999  N    56  44  55   0   1  44   1  36   0   8  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106    6 28 JANUARY   1999  Y    44  54   0  54  44   0  36   0   8   0  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106    7 28 JANUARY   1999  Y    43  55   0  54  43   1  35   1   8   0  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106    8 28 JANUARY   1999  N    54  44  54   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106    9  4 FEBRUARY  1999  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106   10  4 FEBRUARY  1999  N    30  70  30  25   0  45   0  37   0   8  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106   11  4 FEBRUARY  1999  N    27  73   2  53  25  20  22  15   3   5  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106   12  4 FEBRUARY  1999  N    62  38  53   2   9  36   7  30   2   6  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106   13  4 FEBRUARY  1999  Y    44  56   0  55  44   1  36   1   8   0  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON                                           

 106   14  4 FEBRUARY  1999  Y    46  54   1  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106   15  9 FEBRUARY  1999  Y    59  41  14  41  45   0  37   0   8   0  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- TRIAL PROCEDURES                       

 106   16  9 FEBRUARY  1999  N    53  47  53   2   0  45   0  37   0   8  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON (PROC)                                    

 106   17 12 FEBRUARY  1999  N    45  55  45  10   0  45   0  37   0   8  PRESIDENT CLINTON NOT GUILTY ARTICLE I                                     

 106   18 12 FEBRUARY  1999  N    50  50  50   5   0  45   0  37   0   8  PRESIDENT CLINTON NOT GUILTY ARTICLE II                                    

 106   19 12 FEBRUARY  1999  N    43  56  42  12   1  44   1  36   0   8  IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT CLINTON -- CENSURE PRESIDENT                      

 106   20 23 FEBRUARY  1999  Y    87  11  44   9  43   2  35   2   8   0  MILITARY PAY INCREASE                                                      

 106   21 23 FEBRUARY  1999  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  MILITARY PAY INCREASE -- HEALTH CARE                                       

 106   22 24 FEBRUARY  1999  Y    94   6  50   5  44   1  37   0   7   1  MILITARY PAY INCREASE -- CIVILIAN PAY RAISES                               

 106   23 24 FEBRUARY  1999  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  MILITARY PAY INCREASE -- NATIONAL GUARD SAVINGS PLANS                      

 106   24 24 FEBRUARY  1999  N     0 100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8  MILITARY PAY INCREASE (PROC)                                               

 106   25 24 FEBRUARY  1999  Y    80  20  55   0  25  20  21  16   4   4  MILITARY PAY INCREASE (PROC)                                               

 106   26 24 FEBRUARY  1999  Y    91   8  52   3  39   5  32   4   7   1  MILITARY PAY INCREASE                                                      

 106   27 25 FEBRUARY  1999  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN CHINA                                               

 106   28  2 MARCH     1999  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  SMALL BUSINESS LOANS                                                       

 106   29  2 MARCH     1999  Y    92   6  48   6  44   0  36   0   8   0  FUNDING SENATE COMMITTEE ON THE YEAR 2000                                  

 106   30  3 MARCH     1999  N    55  42  55   0   0  42   0  34   0   8  EDUCATION FUNDING -- DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS                                

 106   31  4 MARCH     1999  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  EDUCATION FUNDING -- SPECIAL EDUCATION                                     

 106   32  4 MARCH     1999  N    54  43  53   0   1  43   0  36   1   7  EDUCATION FUNDING -- PUBLIC COMMENTS IN STATES                             

 106   33  5 MARCH     1999  N     0  88   0  46   0  42   0  34   0   8  EDUCATION FUNDING -- BANKING REGULATION                                    

 106   34  8 MARCH     1999  N    54  41  54   0   0  41   0  35   0   6  EDUCATION FUNDING -- STATE FLEXIBILITY ON RULES                            

 106   35  9 MARCH     1999  N    55  39  55   0   0  39   0  32   0   7  EDUCATION FUNDING                                                          

 106   36 10 MARCH     1999  Y    44  55   0  55  44   0  36   0   8   0  EDUCATION FUNDING -- HIRE NEW TEACHERS                                     

 106   37 10 MARCH     1999  N    55  44  55   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  EDUCATION FUNDING -- SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNDING                             

 106   38 11 MARCH     1999  Y    98   1  55   0  43   1  35   1   8   0  PALESTINIAN STATEHOOD                                                      

 106   39 11 MARCH     1999  Y    38  61   0  55  38   6  31   5   7   1  EDUCATION FUNDING -- SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNDING                             

 106   40 11 MARCH     1999  N    60  39  55   0   5  39   5  31   0   8  EDUCATION FUNDING -- SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNDING                             

 106   41 11 MARCH     1999  N    55  44  55   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  EDUCATION FUNDING -- HIRE NEW TEACHERS                                     

 106   42 11 MARCH     1999  N    61  38  55   0   6  38   4  32   2   6  EDUCATION FUNDING -- SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNDING                             

 106   43 11 MARCH     1999  N    55  44  55   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  EDUCATION FUNDING -- SCHOOL DROPOUTS                                       

 106   44 11 MARCH     1999  N    55  44  55   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  EDUCATION FUNDING -- AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS                                 

 106   45 11 MARCH     1999  N    78  21  55   0  23  21  17  19   6   2  EDUCATION FUNDING -- SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNDING                             

 106   46 11 MARCH     1999  N    59  40  55   0   4  40   3  33   1   7  EDUCATION FUNDING -- SOCIAL PROMOTION                                      

 106   47 11 MARCH     1999  N    57  42  55   0   2  42   1  35   1   7  EDUCATION FUNDING -- AID TO DISADVANTAGED                                  

 106   48 11 MARCH     1999  Y    98   1  55   0  43   1  35   1   8   0  EDUCATION FUNDING                                                          

 106   49 16 MARCH     1999  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  ANTI-MISSILE DEFENSE                                                       

 106   50 16 MARCH     1999  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  ANTI-MISSILE DEFENSE                                                       

 106   51 17 MARCH     1999  Y    97   3  55   0  42   3  34   3   8   0  ANTI-MISSILE DEFENSE                                                       

 106   52 17 MARCH     1999  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  FAA AUTHORIZATION                                                          

 106   53 18 MARCH     1999  Y    71  29  48   7  23  22  18  19   5   3  TOBACCO SETTLEMENT                                                         

 106   54 18 MARCH     1999  Y    69  30  30  24  39   6  32   5   7   1  CHINESE ADMITANCE TO WTO                                                   

 106   55 23 MARCH     1999  N    55  44  54   0   1  44   1  36   0   8  U.S. FORCES IN KOSOVO                                                      

 106   56 23 MARCH     1999  Y    40  59   6  48  34  11  30   7   4   4  RESTRICT FISHING IN GLACIER BAY ALASKA                                     

 106   57 23 MARCH     1999  Y    58  41  16  38  42   3  35   2   7   1  AUTHORIZE PRESIDENT CONDUCT AIR CAMPAIGN AGAINST SERBIA                    

 106   58 24 MARCH     1999  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  SOCIAL SECURITY IS OFF-BUDGET                                              

 106   59 24 MARCH     1999  Y    45  54   0  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  ENSURE LONG RUN SOLVENCY OF SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE                   

 106   60 24 MARCH     1999  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  DO NOT INVEST SOCIAL SECURITY FUNDS IN STOCK MARKET                        

 106   61 24 MARCH     1999  Y    45  54   0  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  ENSURE LONG RUN SOLVENCY OF MEDICARE                                       

 106   62 24 MARCH     1999  Y    97   2  54   0  43   2  35   2   8   0  USE PRESIDENT CLINTON'S BUDGET FIGURES FOR CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET            

 106   63 24 MARCH     1999  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  VETERANS HEALTH CARE                                                       

 106   64 25 MARCH     1999  Y    47  52  10  44  37   8  35   2   2   6  NIH BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FUNDING INCREASE                                   

 106   65 25 MARCH     1999  N    56  43  54   0   2  43   1  36   1   7  LONG RUN SOLVENCY OF MEDICARE                                              

 106   66 25 MARCH     1999  N    53  46  53   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  $320 BILLION TAX CUT -- SWITCH TO MEDICARE                                 

 106   67 25 MARCH     1999  Y    98   0  53   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  ABUSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN CUBA                                              

 106   68 25 MARCH     1999  Y    97   1  52   1  45   0  37   0   8   0  REAUTHORIZE FARMLAND PROTECTION PROGRAM                                    

 106   69 25 MARCH     1999  Y    49  50   4  50  45   0  37   0   8   0  REDUCE TAX CUT AND SWITCH FUNDS TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                   

 106   70 25 MARCH     1999  N    52  47  50   4   2  43   1  36   1   7  MANDATORY SPENDING OFFSETS                                                 

 106   71 25 MARCH     1999  Y    67  32  49   5  18  27  13  24   5   3  SWITCH TAX CUTS TO DEBT REDUCTION                                          

 106   72 25 MARCH     1999  N    54  45  54   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  SWITCH TAX CUTS TO FUND HIRING MORE TEACHERS                               

 106   73 25 MARCH     1999  N    42  57  42  12   0  45   0  37   0   8  RESERVE UNEXPECTED SURPLUS FOR TAX CUTS/DEBT REDUCTION                     

 106   74 25 MARCH     1999  N    40  57  40  12   0  45   0  37   0   8  INCREASE CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT FUNDING                                

 106   75 25 MARCH     1999  N    53  45  53   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  INCREASE AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS BY $30 BILLION                               

 106   76 25 MARCH     1999  Y    54  44  12  41  42   3  36   1   6   2  INCREASE TOBACCO TAX TO PAY FOR MEDICARE DRUG BENEFIT                      

 106   77 25 MARCH     1999  Y    45  53   2  51  43   2  36   1   7   1  INCREASE THE MINIMUM WAGE                                                  

 106   78 25 MARCH     1999  N    24  74   2  51  22  23  17  20   5   3  REDUCE FUNDING LEVELS TO REDUCE FEDERAL DEBT                               

 106   79 25 MARCH     1999  N    54  45  54   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFITS                                        

 106   80 25 MARCH     1999  Y    45  54   0  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  DELAY TAX CUTS BY ONE YEAR                                                 

 106   81 25 MARCH     1999  N    55  44  54   0   1  44   0  37   1   7  BUDGET RESOLUTION                                                          

 106   82 13 APRIL     1999  Y    98   0  54   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  RESERVE ALL SOCIAL SECURITY SURPLUSES FOR SOCIAL SECURITY                  

 106   83 13 APRIL     1999  N    57  42  55   0   2  42   1  35   1   7  MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFIT                                         

 106   84 13 APRIL     1999  N    54  45  54   1   0  44   0  36   0   8  SWITCH TAX CUT FUNDS TO MEDICARE                                           

 106   85 13 APRIL     1999  Y    66  33  22  33  44   0  36   0   8   0  CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM                             

 106   86 15 APRIL     1999  N    54  44  54   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  BUDGET RESOLUTION                                                          

 106   87 15 APRIL     1999  Y    95   0  53   0  42   0  34   0   8   0  TAX BENEFITS FOR TROOPS IN SERBIA                                          

 106   88 19 APRIL     1999       86   0  49   0  37   0  29   0   8   0  AWARD CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL TO ROSA PARKS                               

 106   89 21 APRIL     1999  Y    98   1  55   0  43   1  35   1   8   0  EXPAND EDUCATIONAL FLEXIBILITY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM                         

 106   90 22 APRIL     1999  N    54  45  54   1   0  44   0  36   0   8  CREATE A SOCIAL SECURITY LOCK BOX                                          

 106   91 26 APRIL     1999  Y    94   0  53   0  41   0  33   0   8   0  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS                                                 

 106   92 27 APRIL     1999  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  SHOOTING AT COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL IN COLORADO                              

 106   93 28 APRIL     1999  Y    98   1  55   0  43   1  36   0   7   1  MOTION FOR ATTENDANCE AGREED TO                                            

 106   94 28 APRIL     1999  N    55  44  55   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS                                                 

 106   95 29 APRIL     1999  N    52  47  52   3   0  44   0  36   0   8  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS                                                 

 106   96 30 APRIL     1999  N    49  44  49   1   0  43   0  35   0   8  CREATE SOCIAL SECURITY LOCK BOX                                            

 106   97 30 APRIL     1999  Y    93   0  50   0  43   0  35   0   8   0  DESIGNATE MAY 1999 AS NATIONAL MILITARY APPRECIATION MONTH                 

 106   98  4 MAY       1999  N    78  22  46   9  32  13  28   9   4   4  AUTHORIZE PRESIDENT TO SEND TROOPS TO KOSOVO                               

 106   99  5 MAY       1999  Y    92   0  50   0  42   0  35   0   7   0  COMMEND JESSE JACKSON FOR FREEING TROOPS IN SERBIA                         

 106  100  5 MAY       1999  N    54  43  54   0   0  43   0  36   0   7  FINANCIAL SERVICES OVERHAUL                                                

 106  101  5 MAY       1999  N    52  45  52   2   0  43   0  36   0   7  FINANCIAL SERVICES OVERHAUL -- COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT                      

 106  102  6 MAY       1999  Y    95   2  51   2  44   0  36   0   8   0  FINANCIAL SERVICES OVERHAUL -- THRIFT BAILOUT ASSESSMENTS                  

 106  103  6 MAY       1999  N    32  67  24  30   8  37   6  31   2   6  FINANCIAL SERVICES OVERHAUL -- SALE OF UNITARY THRIFTS                     

 106  104  6 MAY       1999  N    53  46  47   7   6  39   6  31   0   8  FINANCIAL SERVICES OVERHAUL -- BANKING REGULATION                          

 106  105  6 MAY       1999  N    54  44  53   0   1  44   0  37   1   7  FINANCIAL SERVICES OVERHAUL                                                

 106  106 11 MAY       1999  Y    94   5  50   5  44   0  36   0   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- SCHOOL VIOLENCE PREVENTION                               

 106  107 11 MAY       1999  N    55  44  55   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  JUVENILE CRIME -- NATL CENTER FOR SCHOOL SAFETY                            

 106  108 11 MAY       1999  Y    96   3  52   3  44   0  36   0   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- PROGRAM FUNDING                                          

 106  109 12 MAY       1999  N    54  44  54   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  JUVENILE CRIME -- INCREASE FUNDING LAW ENFORCEMENT                         

 106  110 12 MAY       1999  Y    98   0  55   0  43   0  35   0   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY VOLUNTARY CODE OF CONDUCT         

 106  111 12 MAY       1999  N    51  47  49   6   2  41   1  34   1   7  JUVENILE CRIME -- GUN SHOW BACKGROUND CHECKS                               

 106  112 12 MAY       1999  N    53  45  52   3   1  42   0  35   1   7  JUVENILE CRIME -- GUN SHOW BACKGROUND CHECKS                               

 106  113 13 MAY       1999  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME --  REQUIRE INTERNET FILTERING                              

 106  114 13 MAY       1999  Y    60  39  41  14  19  25  16  20   3   5  JUVENILE CRIME -- FCC LIMIT VIOLENT PROGRAMMING                            

 106  115 13 MAY       1999  Y    96   2  53   2  43   0  35   0   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- RESTRICT YOUTH FIREARM POSSESSION                        

 106  116 13 MAY       1999  N    39  59  35  20   4  39   3  32   1   7  JUVENILE CRIME -- LIMIT IMPORT OF CERTAIN FIREARMS                         

 106  117 13 MAY       1999  N     3  94   3  52   0  42   0  34   0   8  JUVENILE CRIME -- BACKGROUND CHECK AT GUN SHOWS                            

 106  118 14 MAY       1999  N    48  47  47   7   1  40   1  33   0   7  JUVENILE CRIME -- REGULATION OF FIREARMS                                   

 106  119 14 MAY       1999  N    50  43  45   7   5  36   2  32   3   4  JUVENILE CRIME -- INTERNET TRADING OF GUNS                                 

 106  120 18 MAY       1999  N    53  45  53   1   0  44   0  36   0   8  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS                                                 

 106  121 18 MAY       1999  Y    85  13  54   0  31  13  24  12   7   1  JUVENILE CRIME -- SCHOOL PRAYER FOR VICTIMS                                

 106  122 18 MAY       1999  Y    78  20  34  20  44   0  36   0   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- HANDGUN SAFETY LOCKS                                     

 106  123 18 MAY       1999  Y    85  13  53   1  32  12  24  12   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- INCREASE SENTENCE GANG OFFENDERS                         

 106  124 18 MAY       1999  Y    80  17  46   7  34  10  27   9   7   1  JUVENILE CRIME --  INTERSTATE LIQUOR SALES                                 

 106  125 18 MAY       1999  N    55  44  54   1   1  43   0  36   1   7  JUVENILE CRIME -- HELP CHILDREN EXPOSED TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE               

 106  126 18 MAY       1999  N    26  73  24  31   2  42   2  34   0   8  JUVENILE CRIME -- TRY 14 AND OLDER AS ADULTS                               

 106  127 19 MAY       1999  N    56  43  55   0   1  43   1  35   0   8  JUVENILE CRIME --  DISCLAIMER ON PRINTED MATERIAL                          

 106  128 19 MAY       1999  N    61  38  55   0   6  38   5  31   1   7  JUVENILE CRIME -- $340 MILLION SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH                        

 106  129 19 MAY       1999  Y    81  17  46   8  35   9  28   8   7   1  JUVENILE CRIME -- HELP STATES WITH REPEAT FELONS                           

 106  130 19 MAY       1999  N    52  48  52   3   0  45   0  37   0   8  JUVENILE CRIME -- RACIAL DISPARITY JUVENILE CRIMINALS                      

 106  131 19 MAY       1999  Y    67  33  50   5  17  28  14  23   3   5  JUVENILE CRIME -- TV SHOWS THAT PROMOTE VIOLENCE                           

 106  132 19 MAY       1999  N    53  47  53   2   0  45   0  37   0   8  JUVENILE CRIME -- $600 MILLION AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS                       

 106  133 20 MAY       1999  Y    79  21  34  21  45   0  37   0   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- BACKGROUND CHECKS GUNS PURCHASED AT PAWN SHOPS           

 106  134 20 MAY       1999  Y    50  50   6  49  44   1  36   1   8   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- BACKGROUND CHECKS AT GUN SHOWS                           

 106  135 20 MAY       1999  Y    70  30  28  27  42   3  36   1   6   2  SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATES FOR 1999                                         

 106  136 20 MAY       1999  N    64  36  32  23  32  13  27  10   5   3  SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATES FOR 1999                                         

 106  137 20 MAY       1999  Y    75  24  51   3  24  21  18  19   6   2  JUVENILE CRIME -- DISCIPLINE SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS                    

 106  138 20 MAY       1999  N    41  56  38  16   3  40   3  34   0   6  JUVENILE CRIME -- FILM INDUSTRY AND VIOLENT MATERIAL                       

 106  139 20 MAY       1999  Y    48  50   4  50  44   0  37   0   7   0  JUVENILE CRIME -- $1.15B COMMUNITY POLICING                                

 106  140 20 MAY       1999  Y    73  25  31  23  42   2  35   2   7   0  JUVENILE CRIME                                                             

 106  141 24 MAY       1999  Y    90   0  52   0  38   0  31   0   7   0  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- WAR CRIMES IN YUGOSLAVIA                          

 106  142 25 MAY       1999  Y    52  47  23  31  29  16  23  14   6   2  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- PEARL HARBOR OFFICERS                             

 106  143 25 MAY       1999  Y    87  12  49   5  38   7  31   6   7   1  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- NATO POLICY COSTS                                 

 106  144 25 MAY       1999  Y    49  50   4  50  45   0  37   0   8   0  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- SELF-SUFFICIENCY OF FORMER WELFARE RECIPIENTS     

 106  145 25 MAY       1999  Y    52  48  17  38  35  10  29   8   6   2  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- GROUND TROOPS IN KOSOVO                           

 106  146 25 MAY       1999  N    49  51  38  17  11  34   9  28   2   6  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- PRISON LABOR PRODUCTS                             

 106  147 26 MAY       1999  Y    40  60  17  38  23  22  19  18   4   4  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- MILITARY BASE CLOSURES                            

 106  148 26 MAY       1999  N    51  49  49   6   2  43   1  36   1   7  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- ABORTIONS IN MILITARY HOSPITALS                   

 106  149 26 MAY       1999  N    56  44  52   3   4  41   2  35   2   6  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- REDUCE NUCLEAR WEAPONS                            

 106  150 26 MAY       1999  N    51  49  40  15  11  34   9  28   2   6  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- PRISON LABOR PRODUCTS                             

 106  151 26 MAY       1999  Y    77  21  35  19  42   2  35   1   7   1  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- PROHIBIT MILITARY ACTION IN SERBIA                

 106  152 27 MAY       1999  Y    98   0  53   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- SANCTIONS ON LIBYA                                

 106  153 27 MAY       1999  Y    87  11  53   1  34  10  26  10   8   0  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION -- CAP FUNDING FOR NAVY AIRCRAFT                     

 106  154 27 MAY       1999  Y    92   3  53   0  39   3  32   3   7   0  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION                                                      

 106  155  8 JUNE      1999  Y    93   0  52   0  41   0  33   0   8   0  DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS -- ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES                            

 106  156  8 JUNE      1999  Y    16  81   8  45   8  36   5  31   3   5  DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS -- REDUCE SPENDING $3.1B                            

 106  157  8 JUNE      1999  Y    66  31  48   5  18  26  14  22   4   4  DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS -- LEASE EXECUTIVE JETS                             

 106  158  8 JUNE      1999  Y    93   4  53   0  40   4  32   4   8   0  DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS                                                     

 106  159  9 JUNE      1999  N    57  41  50   3   7  38   6  31   1   7  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS                                                 

 106  160  9 JUNE      1999  Y    32  65   0  53  32  12  26  10   6   2  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS                                                 

 106  161 10 JUNE      1999  Y    41  57   3  51  38   6  31   5   7   1  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS -- LAWSUIT PROTECTION                           

 106  162 10 JUNE      1999  Y    36  62   2  52  34  10  27   9   7   1  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS -- LAWSUIT PROTECTION                           

 106  163 10 JUNE      1999  Y    66  32  52   1  14  31  11  26   3   5  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS -- REPLACE CERTAIN COMPUTERS                    

 106  164 15 JUNE      1999  Y    71  28  54   0  17  28  14  23   3   5  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS -- EXEMPT SMALL BUSINESSES                      

 106  165 15 JUNE      1999  N    62  37  50   4  12  33  10  27   2   6  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS                                                 

 106  166 15 JUNE      1999  N    53  46  53   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  CREATE SOCIAL SECURITY LOCK BOX                                            

 106  167 15 JUNE      1999  Y    71  28  26  28  45   0  37   0   8   0  LOAN GUARANTEE PROGRAM STEEL, OIL, GAS INDUSTRIES                          

 106  168 16 JUNE      1999  Y    97   2  54   1  43   1  35   1   8   0  MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS                                       

 106  169 16 JUNE      1999  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  EXPAND HEALTH CARE COVERAGE DISABLED WORKERS                               

 106  170 16 JUNE      1999  N    55  44  55   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  CREATE SOCIAL SECURITY LOCK BOX                                            

 106  171 16 JUNE      1999  N    60  39  41  14  19  25  12  24   7   1  INCREASE FUNDING RENEWABLE ENERGY BY $70M                                  

 106  172 16 JUNE      1999  Y    97   2  54   1  43   1  35   1   8   0  ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  173 16 JUNE      1999  Y    95   4  53   2  42   2  34   2   8   0  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH APPROPRIATIONS                                          

 106  174 17 JUNE      1999  Y    64  34  20  34  44   0  36   0   8   0  LOAN GUARANTEE PROGRAM STEEL, OIL, GAS INDUSTRIES                          

 106  175 17 JUNE      1999  Y    59  38  18  35  41   3  34   2   7   1  LOAN GUARANTEE PROGRAM STEEL, OIL, GAS INDUSTRIES                          

 106  176 18 JUNE      1999  Y    63  34  21  33  42   1  34   1   8   0  LOAN GUARANTEE PROGRAM STEEL, OIL, GAS INDUSTRIES                          

 106  177 21 JUNE      1999  Y    88   0  48   0  40   0  32   0   8   0  STATE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  178 22 JUNE      1999  N    42  57  15  39  27  18  23  14   4   4  STEEL IMPORT QUOTAS                                                        

 106  179 22 JUNE      1999  N    23  76   8  46  15  30  12  25   3   5  STATE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  180 22 JUNE      1999  Y    97   2  53   1  44   1  36   1   8   0  STATE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  181 22 JUNE      1999  Y    45  55   0  55  45   0  37   0   8   0  PATIENTS BILL OF RIGHTS                                                    

 106  182 22 JUNE      1999  N    53  47  53   2   0  45   0  37   0   8  PATIENTS BILL OF RIGHTS                                                    

 106  183 24 JUNE      1999  Y    97   1  54   0  43   1  36   0   7   1  MOTION FOR ATTENDANCE AGREED TO                                            

 106  184 28 JUNE      1999  N    50  37  50   0   0  37   0  30   0   7  AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATIONS                                                 

 106  185 28 JUNE      1999  N    49  40  48   2   1  38   1  31   0   7  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  186 28 JUNE      1999  N    49  39  48   1   1  38   1  31   0   7  COMMERCE, STATE, AND JUSTICE APPROPRIATIONS                                

 106  187 28 JUNE      1999  N    49  41  48   1   1  40   1  32   0   8  FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS                                          

 106  188 30 JUNE      1999  Y    98   0  53   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS -- EAST TIMOR                            

 106  189 30 JUNE      1999  N    55  43  43  10  12  33   7  30   5   3  FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS -- TRAVEL TO CUBA                        

 106  190 30 JUNE      1999  Y    94   4  49   4  45   0  37   0   8   0  CONFIRM FIVE U.S. DISTRICT COURT JUDGES                                    

 106  191 30 JUNE      1999  Y    53  45  19  34  34  11  28   9   6   2  FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS                                          

 106  192 30 JUNE      1999  Y    97   2  53   1  44   1  36   1   8   0  FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS                                          

 106  193  1 JULY      1999  Y    99   1  54   1  45   0  37   0   8   0  BUDGET PROCEDURES                                                          

 106  194  1 JULY      1999  N    58  40  48   6  10  34   6  30   4   4  TREASURY POSTAL SERVICE APPROPRIATIONS -- ALCOHOL USE BY MINORS            

 106  195  1 JULY      1999  Y    97   2  53   2  44   0  36   0   8   0  CONFIRM LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS TREASURY SEC.                                  

 106  196  1 JULY      1999  Y    81  18  52   2  29  16  25  12   4   4  YEAR 2000 LIABILITY LIMITS                                                 

 106  197  1 JULY      1999  Y    47  51   7  46  40   5  33   4   7   1  ABORTION COVERAGE FEDERAL HEALTH PLANS                                     

 106  198 13 JULY      1999  Y    48  52   3  52  45   0  37   0   8   0  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- PRIMARY PHYSICIAN                                   

 106  199 13 JULY      1999  N    52  48  52   3   0  45   0  37   0   8  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- APPEALS PROCESS                                     

 106  200 13 JULY      1999  N    52  48  52   3   0  45   0  37   0   8  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- COST INCREASES                                      

 106  201 13 JULY      1999  Y    47  53   2  53  45   0  37   0   8   0  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- EMERGENCY ROOM CHARGES                              

 106  202 13 JULY      1999  N    53  47  53   2   0  45   0  37   0   8  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- SELF-EMPLOYED COVERAGE                              

 106  203 14 JULY      1999  N    55  45  55   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- BREAST CANCER TREATMENT                             

 106  204 14 JULY      1999  Y    48  52   3  52  45   0  37   0   8   0  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- EXTEND REGULATIONS TO PRIVATE PLANS                 

 106  205 14 JULY      1999  Y    47  53   2  53  45   0  37   0   8   0  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- ACCESS TO SPECIALISTS                               

 106  206 15 JULY      1999  N    53  47  53   2   0  45   0  37   0   8  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- SUEING IN STATE COURTS                              

 106  207 15 JULY      1999  N    54  46  54   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- LONG TERM CARE                                      

 106  208 15 JULY      1999  N    54  46  54   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- APPEALS PROCESS                                     

 106  209 15 JULY      1999  Y    48  52   3  52  45   0  37   0   8   0  HEALTH MANAGED CARE -- CONTINUING CARE                                     

 106  210 15 JULY      1999  N    53  47  53   2   0  45   0  37   0   8  HEALTH MANAGED CARE                                                        

 106  211 16 JULY      1999       52  43  52   1   0  42   0  34   0   8  CREATE SOCIAL SECURITY LOCK BOX                                            

 106  212 20 JULY      1999  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION                                                 

 106  213 20 JULY      1999  N    12  87   8  47   4  40   3  33   1   7  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  214 20 JULY      1999  N     5  94   3  52   2  42   1  35   1   7  TRADE RELATIONS WITH VIETNAM                                               

 106  215 21 JULY      1999  Y    44  54   0  54  44   0  36   0   8   0  INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION -- SECURITY IN ENERGY DEPT                      

 106  216 21 JULY      1999  Y    96   1  53   0  43   1  35   1   8   0  INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION -- SECURITY IN ENERGY DEPT                      

 106  217 22 JULY      1999  Y    43  54   5  48  38   6  31   5   7   1  $25M FOR MEDIA CAMPAIGN AGAINST UNDERAGE DRINKING                          

 106  218 22 JULY      1999  Y    45  52   6  47  39   5  31   5   8   0  FCC AND ACCOUNTING REQUIREMENTS                                            

 106  219 22 JULY      1999  N    56  40  51   1   5  39   5  31   0   8  COMMERCE, STATE, AND JUSTICE APPROPRIATIONS -- PRISON INJUNCTIVE RELIEF    

 106  220 22 JULY      1999  N    35  61  33  20   2  41   0  35   2   6  RESTRICT TUNA IMPORTS CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES                                

 106  221 26 JULY      1999  Y    47  51   2  51  45   0  37   0   8   0  NO WRITING NEW LEGISLATION IN CONFERENCE COMMITTEE                         

 106  222 26 JULY      1999  N    53  45  51   2   2  43   2  35   0   8  NO WRITING NEW LEGISLATION IN CONFERENCE COMMITTEE                         

 106  223 27 JULY      1999  N    55  41  45   9  10  32   7  27   3   5  INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS -- MINING WASTE DISPOSAL                           

 106  224 28 JULY      1999  Y    77  22  32  22  45   0  37   0   8   0  JUVENILE JUSTICE                                                           

 106  225 28 JULY      1999  N    51  48  51   3   0  45   0  37   0   8  SUNSET THE TAX CUTS                                                        

 106  226 28 JULY      1999  Y    39  60   0  54  39   6  32   5   7   1  TAX CUTS -- DEMOCRATIC SUBSTITUTE                                          

 106  227 29 JULY      1999  N    54  46  54   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  SOCIAL SECURITY LOCK BOX                                                   

 106  228 29 JULY      1999  Y    42  58   0  55  42   3  36   1   6   2  SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE LOCK BOX                                      

 106  229 29 JULY      1999  Y    46  54   2  53  44   1  37   0   7   1  NO TAX CUTS UNTIL SOCIAL SECURITY IS SOLVENT                               

 106  230 29 JULY      1999  N    46  54  46   9   0  45   0  37   0   8  ACROSS THE BOARD TAX CUTS                                                  

 106  231 29 JULY      1999  Y    45  55   1  54  44   1  37   0   7   1  REDUCE TAX CUTS TO FUND MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS                        

 106  232 30 JULY      1999  Y    48  52   3  52  45   0  37   0   8   0  SHIFT $132B FROM TAX CUTS TO EDUCATION FUNDING                             

 106  233 30 JULY      1999  Y    98   2  54   1  44   1  37   0   7   1  ELIMINATE MARRIAGE PENALTY IN TAX CODE                                     

 106  234 30 JULY      1999  Y    50  50   7  48  43   2  36   1   7   1  SHIFT $20B FROM TAX CUT TO HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS                           

 106  235 30 JULY      1999  N    54  46  54   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  SURPLUSES ENOUGH FOR TAX CUTS AND MEDICARE                                 

 106  236 30 JULY      1999  N    55  45  55   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  NO USE OF SOCIAL SECURITY TO FUND TAX CUTS                                 

 106  237 30 JULY      1999  Y    65  35  54   1  11  34   9  28   2   6  DEFER TAX CUTS AND USE SURPLUS TO REDUCE NATIONAL DEBT                     

 106  238 30 JULY      1999  N    13  87  10  45   3  42   3  34   0   8  $1.8B PER YEAR FOR SCHOOL VOUCHER PROGRAM                                  

 106  239 30 JULY      1999  Y    46  54   2  53  44   1  37   0   7   1  INCREASE MINIMUM WAGE TO $6.15 PER HOUR                                    

 106  240 30 JULY      1999  N    35  65  34  21   1  44   1  36   0   8  FLAT TAX OF 20 PERCENT                                                     

 106  241 30 JULY      1999  Y    53  47   8  47  45   0  37   0   8   0  $12,000 HIGHER EDUCATION TAX DEDUCTION                                     

 106  242 30 JULY      1999  N    55  45  55   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  SHIFT $5.7B FROM TAX CUTS TO SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION                           

 106  243 30 JULY      1999  Y    58  42  14  41  44   1  37   0   7   1  SHIFT $3B FROM TAX CUTS TO VETERANS HEALTH CARE                            

 106  244 30 JULY      1999  Y    46  54   1  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  BUSINESS TAX CREDT FOR TRAINING WORKERS IN INFO. TECH.                     

 106  245 30 JULY      1999  Y    48  52   3  52  45   0  37   0   8   0  COMPANIES CANNOT DENY PENSION BENEFITS                                     

 106  246 30 JULY      1999  N    23  77  19  36   4  41   4  33   0   8  TAXING INCENTIVES TO CONVERT POULTRY WASTE                                 

 106  247 30 JULY      1999  N    57  43  53   2   4  41   2  35   2   6  TAX CUTS                                                                   

 106  248  2 AUGUST    1999  Y    93   0  49   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  STOP DECEPTIVE JUNK MAIL                                                   

 106  249  3 AUGUST    1999  Y    47  51   2  51  45   0  37   0   8   0  $7B IN EMERGENCY AID TO FARMERS                                            

 106  250  3 AUGUST    1999  N    54  44  52   1   2  43   1  36   1   7  $10.8B IN EMERGENCY AID TO FARMERS                                         

 106  251  3 AUGUST    1999  N    28  70  18  36  10  34   8  28   2   6  TERMINATE U.S. UNILATERAL FOOD AND MEDICINE SANCTIONS                      

 106  252  4 AUGUST    1999  Y    53  47  28  27  25  20  17  20   8   0  CHANGES IN MILK MARKETING ORDERS                                           

 106  253  4 AUGUST    1999  Y    66  33  21  33  45   0  37   0   8   0  $7.6B IN EMERGENCY AID TO FARMERS                                          

 106  254  4 AUGUST    1999  N    66  33  34  20  32  13  24  13   8   0  END THE SUGAR SUBSIDY PROGRAM                                              

 106  255  4 AUGUST    1999  N    55  44  53   1   2  43   1  36   1   7  $9.8B IN EMERGENCY AID TO FARMERS                                          

 106  256  4 AUGUST    1999  N    51  48  48   6   3  42   2  35   1   7  $8.8B IN EMERGENCY AID TO FARMERS                                          

 106  257  4 AUGUST    1999  Y    89   8  49   5  40   3  34   2   6   1  $7.4B IN EMERGENCY AID TO FARMERS AND UNILATERAL SANCTIONS                 

 106  258  4 AUGUST    1999  Y    52  43  14  39  38   4  33   2   5   2  PHASE OUT MTBE AND USE ETHANOL INSTEAD                                     

 106  259  5 AUGUST    1999  Y    81  16  37  16  44   0  37   0   7   0  CONFIRM RICHARD HOLBROOKE U.N. AMB.                                        

 106  260  5 AUGUST    1999  Y    80  16  37  16  43   0  36   0   7   0  FUNDING FOR NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS                                

 106  261  5 AUGUST    1999  N    50  49  50   4   0  45   0  37   0   8  REDUCE INCOME TAXES                                                        

 106  262  8 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    93   1  50   1  43   0  35   0   8   0  ALBERTO JORDAN DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                        

 106  263  8 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    93   1  50   1  43   0  35   0   8   0  MARSHA PECHMAN DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                        

 106  264  9 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    49  49  49   4   0  45   0  37   0   8  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  265  9 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    54  44  53   0   1  44   1  36   0   8  INTERIOR STUDY MINING IN MARK TWAIN NATIONAL FOREST                        

 106  266  9 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    45  52   4  48  41   4  36   1   5   3  GATHER NEW INFORMATION ON WILDLIFE                                         

 106  267  9 SEPTEMBER 1999  N     2  96   1  52   1  44   1  36   0   8  OIL ROYALTY VALUATION SYSTEM ON FEDERAL LANDS                              

 106  268  9 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    64  32  47   5  17  27  12  24   5   3  PREVENT USE JAWED LEGHOLD TRAPS AND NECK SNARES                            

 106  269  9 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    58  37  47   4  11  33  10  26   1   7  BLM CAN RENEW GRAZING PERMITS                                              

 106  270 13 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    93   0  49   0  44   0  37   0   7   0  NO CLEMENCY FOR PUERTO RICAN TERRORISTS                                    

 106  271 13 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    55  40  50   1   5  39   2  35   3   4  OIL ROYALTY VALUATION SYSTEM ON FEDERAL LANDS                              

 106  272 14 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    54  43  46   7   8  36   5  32   3   4  TIMBER SALES AND LOGGING ROADS                                             

 106  273 14 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    95   2  53   0  42   2  35   2   7   0  NO CLEMENCY FOR PUERTO RICAN TERRORISTS                                    

 106  274 15 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    62  35  41  12  21  23  17  20   4   3  HIGHWAY FUNDING ALLOCATIONS TRANSPORTATION ACT                             

 106  275 15 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    40  55   6  46  34   9  29   7   5   2  FUEL EFFICIENCY STANDARDS                                                  

 106  276 15 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    94   0  52   0  42   0  35   0   7   0  CENSUS BUREAU SHOULD USE MARITAL STATUS ON SHORT FORM                      

 106  277 16 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    54  38  27  25  27  13  25   8   2   5  TREASURY AND POSTAL APPROPRIATIONS                                         

 106  278 16 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    95   0  54   0  41   0  34   0   7   0  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  279 16 SEPTEMBER 1999       52  39  50   2   2  37   2  30   0   7  D.C. APPROPRIATIONS                                                        

 106  280 21 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    53  45  53   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  BANKRUPTCY REFORM                                                          

 106  281 21 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    55  44  54   0   1  44   1  36   0   8  B. T. STEWARD DISTRICT JUDGE                                               

 106  282 21 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    45  54   0  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  M. BERZON DISTRICT JUDGE                                                   

 106  283 21 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    45  53   0  53  45   0  37   0   8   0  R. PAEZ DISTRICT JUDGE                                                     

 106  284 22 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    93   5  53   0  40   5  32   5   8   0  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION                                                      

 106  285 22 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    36  63  10  44  26  19  24  13   2   6  INCREASE VETERANS MEDICAL CARE BY $1.3B                                    

 106  286 22 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    61  38  16  38  45   0  37   0   8   0  SHIFT $210M FROM AMERICORPS TO VETERANS BENEFITS                           

 106  287 23 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    60  39  55   0   5  39   2  34   3   5  OIL ROYALTY VALUATION METHOD FEDERAL LANDS                                 

 106  288 23 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    60  39  55   0   5  39   2  34   3   5  OIL ROYALTY VALUATION METHOD FEDERAL LANDS                                 

 106  289 23 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    60  39  55   0   5  39   2  34   3   5  OIL ROYALTY VALUATION METHOD FEDERAL LANDS                                 

 106  290 23 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    51  47  46   7   5  40   2  35   3   5  OIL ROYALTY VALUATION METHOD FEDERAL LANDS                                 

 106  291 23 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    89  10  52   2  37   8  30   7   7   1  INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS                                                    

 106  292 24 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    76  18  33  18  43   0  35   0   8   0  ATOMIC VETERANS DISABILITY BENEFITS                                        

 106  293 27 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    51  42  51   0   0  42   0  34   0   8  106TH CONGRESS HAS TAKEN STRONG STEPS TO HELP EDUCATION                    

 106  294 27 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    41  52   0  51  41   1  33   1   8   0  INCREASE FUNDING FOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS                                    

 106  295 28 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    96   3  53   1  43   2  35   2   8   0  ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  296 28 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    98   1  53   1  45   0  37   0   8   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL 2000                                      

 106  297 29 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    53  45  53   1   0  44   0  36   0   8  $1.2B FOR HIRING NEW TEACHERS OR OTHER ACTIVITIES                          

 106  298 29 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    54  44  54   0   0  44   0  36   0   8  $1.4B FOR HIRING NEW TEACHERS                                              

 106  299 30 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    54  45  53   1   1  44   1  36   0   8  $200M FOR AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS                                            

 106  300 30 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    50  49   5  49  45   0  37   0   8   0  TRANSFER $25.5M FROM NLRB TO COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS                      

 106  301 30 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    51  44  49   1   2  43   1  36   1   7  INCREASE FUNDING OF CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING TO $475M           

 106  302 30 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    39  57  38  13   1  44   1  36   0   8  INCREASE SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANTS TO $2.4B                             

 106  303 30 SEPTEMBER 1999  N    41  54  39  11   2  43   2  35   0   8  INCREASE CHILD CARE BLOCK GRANTS TO $2B                                    

 106  304 30 SEPTEMBER 1999  Y    44  51   2  49  42   2  36   0   6   2  OSHA COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS                                        

 106  305  1 OCTOBER   1999  Y    93   0  51   0  42   0  34   0   8   0  INCREASE DIABETES RESEARCH BY $827M                                        

 106  306  4 OCTOBER   1999  Y    88   3  48   2  40   1  33   1   7   0  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  307  5 OCTOBER   1999  Y    45  54   0  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  RONNIE WHITE DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                          

 106  308  5 OCTOBER   1999  Y    93   5  54   0  39   5  31   5   8   0  BRIAN STEWARD DISTRICT JUDGE                                               

 106  309  5 OCTOBER   1999  Y    69  29  25  29  44   0  36   0   8   0  RAYMOND FISHER DISTRICT JUDGE                                              

 106  310  5 OCTOBER   1999  Y    37  61   9  44  28  17  23  14   5   3  ALLOW 24 ADDITIONAL FLIGHTS REAGAN NATIONAL AIRPORT                        

 106  311  5 OCTOBER   1999  Y    30  68   3  50  27  18  24  13   3   5  REQUIRE TICKET REFUND FOR BUMPED AIRLINE PASSENGERS                        

 106  312  6 OCTOBER   1999  N    51  49  51   4   0  45   0  37   0   8  FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS                                          

 106  313  6 OCTOBER   1999  N    54  46  54   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  ACROSS THE BOARD SPENDING CUTS TO PROTECT SOCIAL SECURITY                  

 106  314  6 OCTOBER   1999  N    54  46  53   2   1  44   0  37   1   7  SOCIAL SECURITY                                                            

 106  315  6 OCTOBER   1999  N    56  43  54   0   2  43   2  35   0   8  $300M FOR TEACHER PREPARATION AND RECRUITMENT                              

 106  316  6 OCTOBER   1999  N    50  49  50   4   0  45   0  37   0   8  EXEMPT EDUCATION FROM ACROSS THE BOARD SPENDING CUTS                       

 106  317  7 OCTOBER   1999  N    53  45  53   1   0  44   0  36   0   8  $200M FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS FOR EDUCATION ACCOUNTABILITY                    

 106  318  7 OCTOBER   1999  Y    98   1  54   1  44   0  36   0   8   0  STUDY ECONOMIC STATUS OF FORMER WELFARE RECIPIENTS                         

 106  319  7 OCTOBER   1999  N     2  97   2  53   0  44   0  36   0   8  OSHA AND ERGONOMICS REGULATIONS                                            

 106  320  7 OCTOBER   1999  Y    59  40  15  40  44   0  36   0   8   0  DAVIS-BACON ACT AND FEDERAL DISASTER AREAS                                 

 106  321  7 OCTOBER   1999  Y    73  25  35  20  38   5  32   3   6   2  LABOR, HHS, AND EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS                                   

 106  322 12 OCTOBER   1999  Y    79  20  45  10  34  10  26  10   8   0  AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATIONS                                                 

 106  323 13 OCTOBER   1999  Y    74  26  42  13  32  13  25  12   7   1  AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATIONS                                                 

 106  324 13 OCTOBER   1999  N    55  45  55   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY                                                    

 106  325 13 OCTOBER   1999  Y    48  51   4  51  44   0  36   0   8   0  NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY                                                    

 106  326 14 OCTOBER   1999       87  11  52   3  35   8  29   6   6   2  DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS                                                     

 106  327 14 OCTOBER   1999       77  20  34  20  43   0  35   0   8   0  CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM -- CONTRIBUTION DISCLOSURE                         

 106  328 15 OCTOBER   1999  Y    93   5  52   3  41   2  33   2   8   0  VETERANS AND HUD APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  329 18 OCTOBER   1999  N     1  92   0  53   1  39   0  32   1   7  CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM -- SOFT MONEY AND UNION DUES                       

 106  330 19 OCTOBER   1999  Y    52  48   7  48  45   0  37   0   8   0  CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM -- SHAYS MEEHAN                                    

 106  331 19 OCTOBER   1999  Y    53  47   8  47  45   0  37   0   8   0  CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM -- SOFT MONEY AND UNION DUES                       

 106  332 20 OCTOBER   1999  N    52  48  48   7   4  41   1  36   3   5  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION                                                 

 106  333 20 OCTOBER   1999  N    53  47  49   6   4  41   1  36   3   5  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION                                                 

 106  334 20 OCTOBER   1999  Y    36  63   4  50  32  13  27  10   5   3  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION                                                 

 106  335 20 OCTOBER   1999  N    61  38  51   3  10  35   9  28   1   7  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION                                                 

 106  336 21 OCTOBER   1999  N    48  51  46   8   2  43   1  36   1   7  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION -- SUPPORT ROE V. WADE                          

 106  337 21 OCTOBER   1999  Y    51  47   8  45  43   2  36   1   7   1  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION -- SUPPORT ROE V. WADE                          

 106  338 21 OCTOBER   1999  N    46  51  45   7   1  44   0  37   1   7  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION -- FETAL TISSUE RESEARCH                        

 106  339 21 OCTOBER   1999  N    46  51  12  40  34  11  29   8   5   3  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION -- HELP SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN                  

 106  340 21 OCTOBER   1999  N    63  34  49   3  14  31  10  27   4   4  BAN PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION                                                 

 106  341 26 OCTOBER   1999  Y    90   8  47   6  43   2  36   1   7   1  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA                                              

 106  342 29 OCTOBER   1999  N    45  46  45   6   0  40   0  32   0   8  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA                                              

 106  343  2 NOVEMBER  1999  N    49  48  47   5   2  43   1  36   1   7  D.C., LABOR, HHS, EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS                                 

 106  344  2 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    74  23  45   7  29  16  24  13   5   3  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA                                              

 106  345  2 NOVEMBER  1999  N    54  43  46   6   8  37   5  32   3   5  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- LABOR STANDARDS                           

 106  346  2 NOVEMBER  1999  N    53  44  41  11  12  33   9  28   3   5  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- TRANSSHIPMENT                             

 106  347  2 NOVEMBER  1999  N    57  40  48   4   9  36   5  32   4   4  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS                  

 106  348  2 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    70  27  45   7  25  20  21  16   4   4  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- RECIPROCAL TRADE                          

 106  349  3 NOVEMBER  1999  N    66  31  48   5  18  26  12  24   6   2  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- HUMAN RIGHTS                              

 106  350  3 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    54  42  34  19  20  23  16  19   4   4  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- DUMPING                                   

 106  351  3 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    96   0  53   0  43   0  35   0   8   0  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- NO CHILD LABOR                            

 106  352  3 NOVEMBER  1999  N    66  29  48   5  18  24  13  21   5   3  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- STANDARDS FOR TRADE                       

 106  353  3 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    76  19  46   6  30  13  25  10   5   3  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA                                              

 106  354  4 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    90   8  52   1  38   7  30   7   8   0  FINANCIAL SERVICES OVERHAUL                                                

 106  355  8 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    94   0  53   0  41   0  34   0   7   0  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- HEALTH CARE FACILITIES                                

 106  356  9 NOVEMBER  1999  N    50  48  50   4   0  44   0  37   0   7  RAISE MINIMUM WAGE TO $5.65 AN HOUR BY 1 JAN. 2000                         

 106  357  9 NOVEMBER  1999  N    54  44  53   1   1  43   0  37   1   6  RAISE MINIMUM WAGE TO $5.50 AN HOUSE BY 1 MARCH 2000                       

 106  358  9 NOVEMBER  1999  N    51  46  50   3   1  43   1  36   0   7  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- PEDATORY LENDING                                      

 106  359  9 NOVEMBER  1999  N    59  38  50   3   9  35   6  31   3   4  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- CREDIT CARDS UNDER 21                                 

 106  360 10 NOVEMBER  1999  N    50  49  47   7   3  42   3  34   0   8  INCREASE PENALTIES AMPHETAMINE MANUFACTURE                                 

 106  361 10 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    96   2  51   2  45   0  37   0   8   0  CAROL MOSELEY-BRAUN AMBASSADOR NEW ZEALAND                                 

 106  362 10 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    96   3  52   2  44   1  36   1   8   0  LINDA MORGAN MEMBER SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD                           

 106  363 10 NOVEMBER  1999  N    29  69  26  27   3  42   2  35   1   7  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION                                   

 106  364 10 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    76  22  34  19  42   3  35   2   7   1  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION                                   

 106  365 10 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    45  51   3  49  42   2  35   1   7   1  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- FAMILY RELATED EXPENSES                               

 106  366 17 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    27  71   1  52  26  19  25  12   1   7  REGULATE AGRIBUSINESS MERGERS                                              

 106  367 17 NOVEMBER  1999  N    54  43  50   2   4  41   3  34   1   7  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- LOW INCOME DEBTORS                                    

 106  368 17 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    82  16  37  16  45   0  37   0   8   0  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- TOO LENIENT CONSUMER LENDERS                          

 106  369 18 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    80   8  45   2  35   6  27   6   8   0  OMNIBUS APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 2000                                     

 106  370 18 NOVEMBER  1999  N    56  33  39   8  17  25  12  22   5   3  TWO-YEAR MORATORIUM CERTAIN COAL MINING REGULATIONS                        

 106  371 18 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    88   1  46   1  42   0  34   0   8   0  $81M LOAN FORGIVENESS NORTH CAROLINA FARMERS                               

 106  372 19 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    95   1  51   1  44   0  36   0   8   0  DISABLED WORKERS CAN KEEP THEIR MEDICAL BENEFITS                           

 106  373 19 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    87   9  50   2  37   7  30   6   7   1  OMNIBUS APPROPRIATIONS FOR 2000                                            

 106  374 19 NOVEMBER  1999  Y    74  24  42  12  32  12  26  10   6   2  OMNIBUS APPROPRIATIONS FOR 2000                                            

 106  375  1 FEBRUARY  2000  N    53  44  51   1   2  43   1  36   1   7  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- DEBT COLLECTION LENDERS ABOVE 100%                    

 106  376  2 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    80  17  35  17  45   0  37   0   8   0  ABORTION CLINICS                                                           

 106  377  2 FEBRUARY  2000  N    54  43  50   2   4  41   3  34   1   7  BANKRUPTCY REFORM -- RENTERS CAN STAY IN APARTMENTS                        

 106  378  2 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    29  68   1  51  28  17  25  12   3   5  DEBTS OF GUN MANUFACTURERS                                                 

 106  379  2 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    83  14  50   2  33  12  26  11   7   1  BANKRUPTCY REFORM                                                          

 106  380  3 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    89   4  50   0  39   4  31   4   8   0  ALAN GREENSPAN CHAIRMAN FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD                              

 106  381  8 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    94   3  54   0  40   3  32   3   8   0  NUCLEAR WASTE STORAGE                                                      

 106  382 10 FEBRUARY  2000  N    64  34  52   2  12  32   5  31   7   1  NUCLEAR WASTE STORAGE                                                      

 106  383 10 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    79  19  35  19  44   0  36   0   8   0  THOMAS AMBRO FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                       

 106  384 10 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    96   2  52   2  44   0  36   0   8   0  THOMAS AMBRO FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                       

 106  385 10 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    95   2  51   2  44   0  36   0   8   0  JOEL PISANO DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                           

 106  386 24 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    98   0  54   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  PRESIDENT REPORT ON MISSILE TECHNOLOGY IN IRAN                             

 106  387 24 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    98   0  54   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  KERMIT BYE CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                             

 106  388 24 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    98   0  54   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  GEORGE DANIELS DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                        

 106  389 29 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    44  54   3  50  41   4  34   3   7   1  $1.2B FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION                                                

 106  390 29 FEBRUARY  2000  Y    98   0  53   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  TEACHER TAX CREDITS IF THEY BUY CLASSROOM MATERIALS                        

 106  391  1 MARCH     2000  N    57  42  53   1   4  41   4  33   0   8  $25B MODERNIZATION BONDS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION                    

 106  392  1 MARCH     2000  Y    96   2  52   1  44   1  36   1   8   0  TAX DEDUCTION FOR DONATING COMPUTER EQUIPMENT                              

 106  393  1 MARCH     2000  N    58  40  52   1   6  39   4  33   2   6  $275M TO IMPROVE POOR-PERFORMING SCHOOLS                                   

 106  394  1 MARCH     2000  Y    89   9  44   9  45   0  37   0   8   0  REQUIRE HHS TO REPORT ON CHILD POVERTY                                     

 106  395  1 MARCH     2000  Y    42  56   0  53  42   3  34   3   8   0  $1.2B FUND EFFORTS TO REDUCE CLASS SIZE                                    

 106  396  2 MARCH     2000  N    54  43  53   0   1  43   1  35   0   8  EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNTS -- MARRIAGE PENALTY                             

 106  397  2 MARCH     2000  N    25  73   1  53  24  20  19  17   5   3  EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNTS -- BUDGETARY OFFSETS                            

 106  398  2 MARCH     2000  N    59  40  54   0   5  40   4  33   1   7  EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNTS -- SUNSET PROVISIONS                            

 106  399  2 MARCH     2000  Y    39  60   0  54  39   6  32   5   7   1  $1.2B FOR TEACHER TRAINING                                                 

 106  400  2 MARCH     2000  Y    96   1  53   1  43   0  35   0   8   0  ZERO-TOLERANCE POLICIES VIOLENCE AND ILLEGAL DRUG USE                      

 106  401  2 MARCH     2000  Y    49  49   5  49  44   0  36   0   8   0  REDUCE THREAT OF GUN VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS                                   

 106  402  2 MARCH     2000  Y    49  49   5  49  44   0  36   0   8   0  REDUCE THREAT OF GUN VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS                                   

 106  403  2 MARCH     2000  Y    41  57   2  52  39   5  32   4   7   1  $1.2B INCREASE IN PELL GRANTS                                              

 106  404  2 MARCH     2000  N    29  69   0  54  29  15  25  11   4   4  STATE ACHIEVEMENT STANDARDS                                                

 106  405  2 MARCH     2000  N    30  68   9  45  21  23  17  19   4   4  STATE ACHIEVEMENT STANDARDS AND SOCIAL PROMOTION                           

 106  406  2 MARCH     2000  Y    91   7  47   7  44   0  36   0   8   0  $7M TO REDUCE GUN VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS                                      

 106  407  2 MARCH     2000  N    61  37  52   2   9  35   7  29   2   6  EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNTS                                                 

 106  408  7 MARCH     2000  Y    93   0  52   0  41   0  33   0   8   0  JULIO FUENTES CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                          

 106  409  8 MARCH     2000  Y    82  17  42  12  40   5  34   3   6   2  FAA AUTHORIZATION                                                          

 106  410  8 MARCH     2000  Y    86  13  41  13  45   0  37   0   8   0  MARSHA BERZON CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                          

 106  411  8 MARCH     2000  Y    85  14  40  14  45   0  37   0   8   0  RICHARD PAEZ CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                           

 106  412  9 MARCH     2000  Y    64  34  19  34  45   0  37   0   8   0  MARSHA BERZON CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                          

 106  413  9 MARCH     2000  N    31  67  31  22   0  45   0  37   0   8  RICHARD PAEZ CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                           

 106  414  9 MARCH     2000  Y    59  39  14  39  45   0  37   0   8   0  RICHARD PAEZ CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                           

 106  415 21 MARCH     2000  N    55  44  52   2   3  42   3  34   0   8  ELIMINATE SOCIAL SECURITY EARNINGS TEST                                    

 106  416 22 MARCH     2000  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  ELIMINATE SOCIAL SECURITY EARNINGS TEST                                    

 106  417 23 MARCH     2000  Y    99   1  54   1  45   0  37   0   8   0  COMMEND RALLY FOR RURAL AMERICA                                            

 106  418 23 MARCH     2000  Y    95   5  50   5  45   0  37   0   8   0  AGRICULTURAL CROP INSURANCE                                                

 106  419 28 MARCH     2000  Y    36  64   7  48  29  16  27  10   2   6  DESECRATION OF THE FLAG -- PENALTIES                                       

 106  420 28 MARCH     2000  N    67  33  52   3  15  30  14  23   1   7  CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PERMIT STATES TO LIMIT CAMPAIGN FINANCES          

 106  421 29 MARCH     2000  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  DESECRATION OF THE FLAG                                                    

 106  422 29 MARCH     2000  N    63  37  51   4  12  33   6  31   6   2  CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO BAN FLAG DESECRATION                           

 106  423 30 MARCH     2000  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  NONPROFIT FINANCING INSTITUTIONS ISSUE CERTAIN LOANS                       

 106  424 30 MARCH     2000  Y    97   0  53   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  SATELLITE TELEVISION LOAN GUARANTEE PROGRAM                                

 106  425 30 MARCH     2000  Y    86  11  48   5  38   6  32   4   6   2  SUSPEND 4.3 CENT GAS TAX                                                   

 106  426  5 APRIL     2000  Y    51  49   6  49  45   0  37   0   8   0  MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFITS                                        

 106  427  5 APRIL     2000  Y    99   1  54   1  45   0  37   0   8   0  ELIMINATE THE MARRIAGE PENALTY TAX                                         

 106  428  5 APRIL     2000  N    54  46  54   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  REDUCE TAX CUT BY $28.1B SHIFT TO EDUCATION                                

 106  429  5 APRIL     2000  N    52  48  51   4   1  44   1  36   0   8  REDUCE TAX CUT BY $75B TO INCREASE DEBT REDUCTION                          

 106  430  5 APRIL     2000  N    16  84  16  39   0  45   0  37   0   8  REDUCED DEBT BY $15B PER YEAR                                              

 106  431  6 APRIL     2000  Y    65  35  21  34  44   1  36   1   8   0  ELIMINATE 4.3 CENT GAS TAX                                                 

 106  432  6 APRIL     2000  N    51  49  47   8   4  41   3  34   1   7  NO DRILLING ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE                                

 106  433  6 APRIL     2000  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  REDUCE TAXES BY $483B OVER FIVE YEARS                                      

 106  434  6 APRIL     2000  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  DO NOT ELIMINATE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE                                

 106  435  6 APRIL     2000  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  $28M AID TO MILITARY FAMILIES ELIGIBLE FOR FOOD STAMPS                     

 106  436  6 APRIL     2000  N    54  45  54   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  SHIFT $5.9B FROM TAX CUT TO SCHOOL MODERNIZATION                           

 106  437  6 APRIL     2000  N    19  81   5  50  14  31  10  27   4   4  NO HUD MONEY FOR SMOKE SHOP OR TOBACCO OUTLET                              

 106  438  6 APRIL     2000  Y    53  47   9  46  44   1  36   1   8   0  JUVENILE JUSTIVE BILL                                                      

 106  439  7 APRIL     2000  Y    44  56   0  55  44   1  36   1   8   0  MAINTAIN MEDICARE SURPLUS RESERVE                                          

 106  440  7 APRIL     2000  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  $500M FROM SURPLUS FOR VETERANS BENEFITS                                   

 106  441  7 APRIL     2000  Y    46  54   1  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  $15B RESERVE FUND INCREASE DISCRETIONARY SPENDING                          

 106  442  7 APRIL     2000  Y    44  56   5  50  39   6  32   5   7   1  ELIMINATE THE TAX CUTS                                                     

 106  443  7 APRIL     2000  Y    51  49   6  49  45   0  37   0   8   0  INCREASE PELL GRANTS TO $3,700                                             

 106  444  7 APRIL     2000  N    30  70  28  27   2  43   2  35   0   8  MEDICARE TRUST FUND NOT COUNTED TOWARDS SURPLUS                            

 106  445  7 APRIL     2000  Y    45  55   1  54  44   1  37   0   7   1  BUDGET RESOLUTION -- DEMOCRATIC ALTERNATIVE                                

 106  446  7 APRIL     2000  Y    47  53   4  51  43   2  36   1   7   1  FULLY FUND PROGRAMS INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES                          

 106  447  7 APRIL     2000  N    45  55  45  10   0  45   0  37   0   8  INCREASE DISCRETIONARY HEALTH FUNDING BY $1.6B                             

 106  448  7 APRIL     2000  N    54  46  54   1   0  45   0  37   0   8  ENFORCE THE EXISTING GUN LAWS                                              

 106  449  7 APRIL     2000  N    51  49  51   4   0  45   0  37   0   8  INCREASE THE MINIMUM WAGE BY $1 PER HOUR                                   

 106  450  7 APRIL     2000  Y    51  48   6  48  45   0  37   0   8   0  INCREASE THE MINIMUM WAGE BY $1 PER HOUR                                   

 106  451  7 APRIL     2000  N    49  49  49   4   0  45   0  37   0   8  SHIFT $11.2B FROM TAX CUT TO MEDICAID                                      

 106  452  7 APRIL     2000  Y    49  49   4  49  45   0  37   0   8   0  SHIFT $11.2B FROM TAX CUT TO MEDICAID                                      

 106  453  7 APRIL     2000  N    51  45  51   2   0  43   0  35   0   8  BUDGET RESOLUTION                                                          

 106  454 11 APRIL     2000  N    43  56  43  12   0  44   0  36   0   8  SUSPEND 4.3 CENT GAS TAX                                                   

 106  455 12 APRIL     2000       95   0  53   0  42   0  34   0   8   0  OFFER EMPLOYEE STOCK OPTIONS TO HOURLY WAGE EMPLOYEES                      

 106  456 13 APRIL     2000  N    53  45  53   1   0  44   0  36   0   8  ELIMINATE MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY                                             

 106  457 13 APRIL     2000  N    53  45  53   1   0  44   0  36   0   8  ELIMINATE MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY                                             

 106  458 13 APRIL     2000  N    55  43  54   0   1  43   1  35   0   8  ADJOURNMENT RESOLUTION                                                     

 106  459 13 APRIL     2000  N    50  48  50   4   0  44   0  36   0   8  BUDGET RESOLUTION                                                          

 106  460 25 APRIL     2000  Y    82  12  52   0  30  12  23  11   7   1  VICTIMS RIGHTS                                                             

 106  461 27 APRIL     2000       51  44  51   1   0  43   0  36   0   7  MARRIAGE PENALTY TAX                                                       

 106  462  2 MAY       2000  N    64  35  51   3  13  32   5  32   8   0  COMPLETE PERMANENT NUCLEAR WASTE REPOSITORY                                

 106  463  3 MAY       2000  Y    98   0  53   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  REDUCE ACHIEVEMENT GAP OF POOR PERFORMING STUDENTS                         

 106  464  3 MAY       2000  Y    45  54   0  54  45   0  37   0   8   0  EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION -- DEMOCRATIC SUBSTITUTE                           

 106  465  4 MAY       2000  Y    43  54   1  53  42   1  35   1   7   0  REWARD TEACHERS WHO IMPROVE STUDENT PERFORMANCE                            

 106  466  4 MAY       2000  N    54  42  51   2   3  40   2  34   1   6  ESTABLISH TEACHER MERIT RAISES                                             

 106  467  4 MAY       2000  Y    44  53   0  53  44   0  36   0   8   0  $1.75B TO REDUCE CLASS SIZES                                               

 106  468  9 MAY       2000  Y    97   0  52   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  $50M TO IMPROVE TEACHER TRAINING                                           

 106  469  9 MAY       2000  N    13  84   0  52  13  32   7  30   6   2  EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION -- CENTRIST SUBSTITUTE                             

 106  470 10 MAY       2000  Y    90   6  49   2  41   4  34   3   7   1  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND CARIBBEAN                                

 106  471 11 MAY       2000  Y    76  18  47   6  29  12  26   9   3   3  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND CARIBBEAN                                

 106  472 11 MAY       2000  Y    77  19  47   6  30  13  25  10   5   3  TRADE WITH SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA AND CARIBBEAN                                

 106  473 16 MAY       2000  Y    94   2  53   1  41   1  34   0   7   1  SEARGENT AT ARMS GET ABSENT SENATORS                                       

 106  474 16 MAY       2000  Y    42  54   1  53  41   1  33   1   8   0  COMMEND MILLION MOM MARCH -- GUN CONTROL                                   

 106  475 16 MAY       2000  Y    41  54   0  53  41   1  33   1   8   0  E. DOUGLAS HAMILTON U.S. MARSHAL                                           

 106  476 17 MAY       2000  Y    45  54   1  54  44   0  36   0   8   0  RIGHT TO OWN FIREARMS SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED                               

 106  477 17 MAY       2000  Y    69  30  52   3  17  27  12  24   5   3  ENFORCE GUN LAWS                                                           

 106  478 17 MAY       2000  Y    50  49   7  48  43   1  35   1   8   0  COMMEND MILLION MOM MARCH -- GUN CONTROL                                   

 106  479 18 MAY       2000  Y    53  47  15  40  38   7  32   5   6   2  U.S. TROOPS IN KOSOVO                                                      

 106  480 18 MAY       2000  Y    96   4  52   3  44   1  36   1   8   0  MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATIONS                                       

 106  481 24 MAY       2000  N    64  35  54   1  10  34   8  28   2   6  BRADLEY SMITH MEMBER FEDERAL ELECTION COMM                                 

 106  482 24 MAY       2000  Y    98   1  54   1  44   0  36   0   8   0  DANNY MCDONALD MEMBER FEDERAL ELECTION COMM                                

 106  483 24 MAY       2000  Y    74  25  30  25  44   0  36   0   8   0  TIMOTHY DYK CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE                                            

 106  484 24 MAY       2000  Y    63  36  19  36  44   0  36   0   8   0  GERARD LYNCH DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                          

 106  485 24 MAY       2000  Y    83  16  39  16  44   0  36   0   8   0  JAMES BRADY DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                           

 106  486 24 MAY       2000  Y    86  14  41  14  45   0  37   0   8   0  MARY MCLAUGHLIN DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                       

 106  487 25 MAY       2000  Y   100   0  55   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  FUNDING FOR CAPITOL POLICE                                                 

 106  488 25 MAY       2000  Y    98   2  53   2  45   0  37   0   8   0  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH APPROPRIATIONS                                          

 106  489 25 MAY       2000  Y    91   4  48   4  43   0  35   0   8   0  AGRICULTURAL CROP INSURANCE                                                

 106  490  6 JUNE      2000  Y    93   0  53   0  40   0  34   0   6   0  $180 PER MONTH FOR SOLDIERS ELIGIBLE FOR FOOD STAMPS                       

 106  491  7 JUNE      2000  Y    96   1  53   0  43   1  35   1   8   0  MILITARY RETIREE HEALTH BENEFITS                                           

 106  492  7 JUNE      2000  Y    52  46  17  36  35  10  28   9   7   1  MILITARY RETIREE HEALTH BENEFITS                                           

 106  493  7 JUNE      2000  N    51  47  50   3   1  44   1  36   0   8  RESTRICTIONS ON DISMANTLING STRATEGIC NUCLEAR WEAPONS                      

 106  494  7 JUNE      2000  Y    35  63  13  40  22  23  19  18   3   5  MILITARY BASE CLOSURES IN 2003 AND 2005                                    

 106  495  8 JUNE      2000  N    51  48  51   4   0  44   0  36   0   8  IMPROVE ACCESS TO MANAGED CARE                                             

 106  496  8 JUNE      2000  N    42  57  41  14   1  43   1  35   0   8  CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS                                                   

 106  497  9 JUNE      2000       88   0  50   0  38   0  31   0   7   0  ACCOUNTING METHOD IN DEFENSE DEPARTMENT                                    

 106  498 13 JUNE      2000  Y    84  14  41  13  43   1  36   0   7   1  DEFENSE DEPARTMENT NOT USE DANGEROUS PESTICIDES                            

 106  499 13 JUNE      2000  Y    65  32  49   4  16  28  12  24   4   4  NO CORPORATE JETS FOR ARMY AND NAVY SECRETARIES                            

 106  500 13 JUNE      2000  Y    83  15  54   0  29  15  21  15   8   0  SHIFT $922M FROM DEFENSE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FUNDING                   

 106  501 13 JUNE      2000  Y    95   3  54   0  41   3  33   3   8   0  DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS                                                     

 106  502 14 JUNE      2000  Y    97   0  55   0  42   0  34   0   8   0  JOHN GORDON UNDER SECRETARY NUCLEAR ENERGY                                 

 106  503 14 JUNE      2000  Y    97   0  54   0  43   0  35   0   8   0  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  504 15 JUNE      2000  Y    46  52  13  41  33  11  27   9   6   2  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  505 15 JUNE      2000  Y    95   3  54   0  41   3  34   2   7   1  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  506 15 JUNE      2000  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  507 16 JUNE      2000  Y    87   0  48   0  39   0  32   0   7   0  E-COMMERCE -- ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES                                        

 106  508 20 JUNE      2000  N    50  49  48   6   2  43   1  36   1   7  ABORTIONS AT OVERSEAS HOSPITALS                                            

 106  509 20 JUNE      2000  N    50  49  48   6   2  43   2  35   0   8  HELP JUSTICE DEPARTMENT INVESTIGATE HATE CRIMES                            

 106  510 20 JUNE      2000  Y    57  42  13  41  44   1  36   1   8   0  HATE CRIMES INCLUDE GENDER, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, DISABLED                   

 106  511 20 JUNE      2000  N    59  41  52   3   7  38   5  32   2   6  ESTABLISH COMMISSION TO STUDY RELATIONS WITH CUBA                          

 106  512 21 JUNE      2000  Y    89  11  53   2  36   9  28   9   8   0  SHIFT $225M MILITARY AID TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS                       

 106  513 21 JUNE      2000  N    19  79  13  41   6  38   6  30   0   8  REDUCE COUNTER-NARCOTICS FUNDING FROM $934M TO $200M                       

 106  514 21 JUNE      2000  Y    47  51   8  46  39   5  31   5   8   0  HELICOPTERS FOR COLOMBIAN DRUG ENFORCEMENT                                 

 106  515 22 JUNE      2000  Y    95   4  53   2  42   2  34   2   8   0  FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS                                          

 106  516 22 JUNE      2000  Y    94   3  54   1  40   2  33   1   7   1  SERGEANT AT ARMS GET ABSENT SENATORS                                       

 106  517 22 JUNE      2000  N    57  41  54   1   3  40   0  35   3   5  PROHIBIT FUNDS OSHA ERGONOMIC STANDARDS                                    

 106  518 22 JUNE      2000  Y    44  53   2  52  42   1  35   0   7   1  MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG PROGRAM                                         

 106  519 27 JUNE      2000  Y    96   0  55   0  41   0  33   0   8   0  ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE DETECTION PROGRAM                                 

 106  520 27 JUNE      2000  Y    47  52   3  52  44   0  36   0   8   0  $10B TITLE I EDUCATION GRANTS                                              

 106  521 27 JUNE      2000  Y    49  50   5  50  44   0  36   0   8   0  $250M ACCOUNTABILITY TITLE I EDUCATION GRANTS                              

 106  522 27 JUNE      2000  Y    44  55   0  55  44   0  36   0   8   0  $1.75B TO REDUCE SCHOOL CLASS SIZES                                        

 106  523 27 JUNE      2000  Y    95   3  55   0  40   3  32   3   8   0  BLOCK INTERNET ACCESS OF MINORS TO OBSCENE MATERIAL                        

 106  524 27 JUNE      2000  Y    75  24  38  17  37   7  31   5   6   2  BLOCK INTERNET ACCESS OF MINORS TO OBSCENE MATERIAL                        

 106  525 28 JUNE      2000  Y    99   0  55   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  MONEY MAY BE USED FOR SAME SEX SCHOOLS                                     

 106  526 28 JUNE      2000  Y    98   1  54   1  44   0  36   0   8   0  $25M FOR FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME RESEARCH                                   

 106  527 28 JUNE      2000  Y    51  48   7  48  44   0  36   0   8   0  ADDITIONAL $202M FOR TEACHER TRAINING                                      

 106  528 28 JUNE      2000  Y    48  51   4  51  44   0  36   0   8   0  INCREASE TO $1B FUNDS FOR COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERS                       

 106  529 28 JUNE      2000  Y    48  51   4  51  44   0  36   0   8   0  ADDITIONAL $92M FOR TECHNOLOGY LITERACY                                    

 106  530 28 JUNE      2000  Y    47  52   3  52  44   0  36   0   8   0  ADDITIONAL $100M FOR GEAR UP EDUCATION PROGRAM                             

 106  531 28 JUNE      2000  Y    49  50   5  50  44   0  36   0   8   0  $1B FOR EMPLOYMENT TRAINING                                                

 106  532 28 JUNE      2000  Y    75  23  48   6  27  17  25  11   2   6  ADDITIONAL $750M FOR TARGETED EDUCATION GRANTS                             

 106  533 28 JUNE      2000  Y    51  47   8  46  43   1  35   1   8   0  ADDITIONAL $2.6B INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITY ACT                           

 106  534 29 JUNE      2000  Y    92   6  48   6  44   0  36   0   8   0  CAMPAIGN FINANCE DISCLOSURE                                                

 106  535 29 JUNE      2000  Y    98   0  54   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  INCREASE EDUCATION RESEARCH INITIATIVE BY $10M                             

 106  536 29 JUNE      2000  Y    60  37  16  37  44   0  36   0   8   0  MEDICARE LOCK BOX                                                          

 106  537 29 JUNE      2000  N    54  43  53   1   1  42   1  34   0   8  MEDICARE LOCK BOX                                                          

 106  538 29 JUNE      2000  Y    44  54   1  54  43   0  35   0   8   0  PROHIBIT GENETIC DISCRIMINATION                                            

 106  539 29 JUNE      2000  N    58  40  55   0   3  40   3  32   0   8  PROHIBIT GENETIC DISCRIMINATION                                            

 106  540 29 JUNE      2000  N    51  47  51   4   0  43   0  35   0   8  PATIENTS BILL OF RIGHTS                                                    

 106  541 29 JUNE      2000  Y    47  51   4  51  43   0  35   0   8   0  PATIENTS BILL OF RIGHTS                                                    

 106  542 30 JUNE      2000  N    56  39  48   6   8  33   6  27   2   6  PRESCRIPTION DRUG PRICE CONTROL                                            

 106  543 30 JUNE      2000  Y    41  54   6  48  35   6  28   5   7   1  DISTRIBUTION OF MORNING AFTER PILL IN SCHOOLS                              

 106  544 30 JUNE      2000  Y    40  55   4  50  36   5  29   4   7   1  $15.8B INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES ACT                                   

 106  545 30 JUNE      2000  N    52  43  44  10   8  33   4  29   4   4  LABOR, HHS, EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS                                       

 106  546 10 JULY      2000       54  30  18  30  36   0  29   0   7   0  MADELYN CREEDON DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR DEFENSE                               

 106  547 11 JULY      2000  Y    99   1  55   0  44   1  37   0   7   1  REPEAL ESTATE TAX                                                          

 106  548 12 JULY      2000  Y    86  11  43  10  43   1  35   1   8   0  REGULATION OF COMPUTER EXPORTS                                             

 106  549 12 JULY      2000  Y    38  62   4  51  34  11  27  10   7   1  BLM CAN RENEW GRAZING PERMITS                                              

 106  550 12 JULY      2000  N    27  73  27  28   0  45   0  37   0   8  NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS                                            

 106  551 13 JULY      2000  Y    81  18  53   2  28  16  21  15   7   1  MARINE-LAUNCHED MISSILE PROGRAM                                            

 106  552 13 JULY      2000  N    52  48  52   3   0  45   0  37   0   8  TEST MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM                                                

 106  553 13 JULY      2000  Y    97   3  55   0  42   3  34   3   8   0  DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION                                                      

 106  554 13 JULY      2000  Y    46  53   3  52  43   1  35   1   8   0  REPEAL ESTATE TAX -- DEMOCRATIC SUBSTITUTE                                 

 106  555 13 JULY      2000  Y    98   1  54   1  44   0  36   0   8   0  EXTEND RESEARCH AND EXPERIMENTATION TAX CREDIT                             

 106  556 13 JULY      2000  Y    46  52   2  52  44   0  36   0   8   0  COLLEGE TUITION TAX CREDIT                                                 

 106  557 13 JULY      2000  N    40  59  40  15   0  44   0  36   0   8  SUSPEND $0.184 GAS TAX FOR 150 DAYS                                        

 106  558 13 JULY      2000  Y    47  53   2  53  45   0  37   0   8   0  SHIFT ESTATE TAX RELIEF TO EDUCATION                                       

 106  559 13 JULY      2000  Y    97   3  54   1  43   2  37   0   6   2  REPEAL TELEPHONE TAX                                                       

 106  560 13 JULY      2000  Y    46  53   3  52  43   1  36   0   7   1  MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG BENEFIT                                         

 106  561 13 JULY      2000  Y    44  55   1  54  43   1  35   1   8   0  $1000 KIDSAVE ACCOUNT FOR EVERY NEWBORN                                    

 106  562 13 JULY      2000  N    58  41  54   1   4  40   4  32   0   8  REDUCE TAX ON SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS                                     

 106  563 14 JULY      2000  Y    45  52   3  51  42   1  34   1   8   0  NATIONAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRUST FUND                                     

 106  564 14 JULY      2000  Y    57  40  47   7  10  33   7  28   3   5  TAX INCENTIVES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CITIES AND RURAL AREAS                 

 106  565 14 JULY      2000       41  56   3  52  38   4  32   2   6   2  DEPENDENT CARE TAX CREDIT FAMILIES UNDER $60,000                           

 106  566 14 JULY      2000  Y    42  54   0  53  42   1  34   1   8   0  INCREASE SOCIAL SECURITY SURVIVORS BENEFITS                                

 106  567 14 JULY      2000  Y    46  51   3  51  43   0  35   0   8   0  $3000 TAX CREDIT FOR LONG-TERM CARE                                        

 106  568 14 JULY      2000  N    14  84  11  43   3  41   2  34   1   7  EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNTS                                                 

 106  569 14 JULY      2000  Y    44  54   3  51  41   3  35   1   6   2  ESTATE TAX REPEAL ONLY THOSE ESTATES LESS THAN $100M                       

 106  570 14 JULY      2000  N    53  45  52   2   1  43   0  36   1   7  ESTATE TAX REPEAL                                                          

 106  571 14 JULY      2000  N    59  39  50   4   9  35   4  32   5   3  ESTATE TAX REPEAL                                                          

 106  572 17 JULY      2000  Y    45  49   2  48  43   1  36   0   7   1  EXTEND SOLVENCY OF SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE                            

 106  573 17 JULY      2000  N    48  47  48   2   0  45   0  37   0   8  MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY -- NO SUNSET PROVISION                                

 106  574 17 JULY      2000  Y    46  50   1  50  45   0  37   0   8   0  MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY -- CAPPED AT $100,000                                 

 106  575 17 JULY      2000  Y    40  56   1  50  39   6  31   6   8   0  INCREASE STANDARD DEDUCTION TO $4,750                                      

 106  576 17 JULY      2000  Y    30  68   2  51  28  17  23  14   5   3  EXTEND COBRA COVERAGE                                                      

 106  577 17 JULY      2000  Y    45  53   0  53  45   0  37   0   8   0  EXPAND RIGHTS OF WORKERS SUBJECT TO WAGE DISCRIMINATION                    

 106  578 17 JULY      2000  Y    51  47   6  47  45   0  37   0   8   0  EXPAND COVERAGE OF STATE CHILDRENS HEALTH INSURANCE                        

 106  579 17 JULY      2000  Y    49  49   5  49  44   0  36   0   8   0  TAX CREDIT EMPLOYEE HEALTH INSURANCE LOW INCOME WORKERS                    

 106  580 17 JULY      2000  Y    49  50   5  49  44   1  36   1   8   0  MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG PROGRAM                                         

 106  581 18 JULY      2000  Y    45  54   7  47  38   7  32   5   6   2  WILDFIRE MANAGEMENT                                                        

 106  582 18 JULY      2000  N    49  50  48   6   1  44   1  36   0   8  NO DESIGNATION NATIONAL MONUMENTS WITHOUT APPROVAL OF CONGRESS             

 106  583 18 JULY      2000  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  INTERIOR DEPT NOT TO USE BAD PESTICIDES                                    

 106  584 18 JULY      2000  Y    41  58   4  50  37   8  33   4   4   4  INTERIOR DEPT NOT TO USE BAD PESTICIDES                                    

 106  585 18 JULY      2000  Y    97   2  54   0  43   2  35   2   8   0  INTERIOR DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATIONS                                         

 106  586 18 JULY      2000  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  37   0   8   0  REPEAL MODFICATION OF THE INSTALLMENT METHOD OF ACCOUNTING                 

 106  587 18 JULY      2000  Y    20  79   1  53  19  26  16  21   3   5  MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY                                                       

 106  588 18 JULY      2000  N    54  45  54   0   0  45   0  37   0   8  MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY                                                       

 106  589 18 JULY      2000  N    61  38  53   1   8  37   6  31   2   6  MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY                                                       

 106  590 19 JULY      2000  Y    96   0  54   0  42   0  35   0   7   0  PRESCRIPTION DRUGS CAN BE IMPORTED                                         

 106  591 19 JULY      2000  Y    74  21  34  19  40   2  34   1   6   1  PRESCRIPTION DRUGS CAN BE IMPORTED                                         

 106  592 20 JULY      2000  N    49  49  47   6   2  43   1  36   1   7  PATHOGEN STANDARDS IN MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS                            

 106  593 20 JULY      2000  N    65  32  32  21  33  11  25  11   8   0  END THE SUGAR PRICE SUPPORT PROGRAM                                        

 106  594 20 JULY      2000  N    51  47  45   8   6  39   3  34   3   5  INVESTIGATE ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR STOCKYARDS                           

 106  595 20 JULY      2000  Y    48  49   6  47  42   2  35   1   7   1  PATHOGEN STANDARDS MEAT AND POULTRY                                        

 106  596 20 JULY      2000       90   6  47   6  43   0  35   0   8   0  STUDY DECLINE IN FOOD STAMP USE                                            

 106  597 20 JULY      2000       72  24  30  23  42   1  34   1   8   0  AMTRAK AUTHORITY LEASE MOTOR VEHICLES                                      

 106  598 20 JULY      2000       36  56   9  44  27  12  21  10   6   2  HARDROCK MINING REGULATION                                                 

 106  599 20 JULY      2000       79  13  44   9  35   4  28   3   7   1  AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATIONS                                                 

 106  600 21 JULY      2000       60  34  53   1   7  33   5  27   2   6  MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY                                                       

 106  601 26 JULY      2000  Y    97   0  53   0  44   0  36   0   8   0  TREASURY APPROPRIATIONS                                                    

 106  602 26 JULY      2000  Y    96   1  52   1  44   0  36   0   8   0  INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION                                                 

 106  603 27 JULY      2000  Y   100   0  54   0  46   0  37   0   9   0  ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  604 27 JULY      2000  Y    91   9  48   6  43   3  34   3   9   0  DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS                                                     

 106  605 27 JULY      2000  Y    86  12  45   7  41   5  33   4   8   1  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  606  7 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    45  52   2  51  43   1  35   0   8   1  MISSOURI RIVER MASTER WATER CONTROL                                        

 106  607  7 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    92   5  48   5  44   0  35   0   9   0  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  608  7 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    30  67  15  38  15  29  14  21   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  609  7 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    32  64  17  36  15  28  13  21   2   7  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  610  7 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    13  81   7  45   6  36   5  28   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  611  7 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    93   1  52   0  41   1  32   1   9   0  ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  612 12 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    29  68  13  40  16  28  14  21   2   7  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  613 12 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    32  63  19  33  13  30  12  22   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  614 13 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    33  62  19  32  14  30  12  23   2   7  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  615 13 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    29  66  19  32  10  34   9  26   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  616 13 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    65  32  30  23  35   9  27   8   8   1  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  617 13 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    43  53  24  29  19  24  16  18   3   6  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  618 13 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    23  73  13  40  10  33   8  26   2   7  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  619 13 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    18  78   7  46  11  32  10  24   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  620 13 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    22  74   9  44  13  30  12  22   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  621 14 SEPTEMBER 2000  N     6  90   1  53   5  37   4  29   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  622 14 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    30  68  20  34  10  34   9  26   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  623 14 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    24  74  11  43  13  31  11  24   2   7  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  624 14 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    16  81   8  45   8  36   7  28   1   8  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  625 19 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    83  15  46   8  37   7  29   6   8   1  NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS WITH CHINA                                          

 106  626 19 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    97   1  54   0  43   1  35   0   8   1  H-1B VISAS FOR SKILLED WORKERS                                             

 106  627 20 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    28  69  28  26   0  43   0  34   0   9  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH, TREASURY, POSTAL SERVICE APPROPRIATIONS                

 106  628 21 SEPTEMBER 2000  N    24  71  24  29   0  42   0  33   0   9  WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT OF EVERGLADES                                  

 106  629 25 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    85   1  46   1  39   0  31   0   8   0  WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT OF EVERGLADES                                  

 106  630 26 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    94   3  53   1  41   2  33   1   8   1  H-1B VISAS FOR SKILLED WORKERS                                             

 106  631 27 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    43  55   0  54  43   1  34   1   9   0  ALLOW IMMIGRANTS TO REMAIN IN U.S. WHILE APPLYING FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE  

 106  632 27 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    96   2  54   0  42   2  34   1   8   1  195,000 H-1B VISAS FOR SKILLED WORKERS                                     

 106  633 28 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    96   0  52   0  44   0  35   0   9   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  634 28 SEPTEMBER 2000  Y    92   3  52   0  40   3  32   2   8   1  H-1B VISAS FOR SKILLED WORKERS                                             

 106  635  2 OCTOBER   2000  N    57  37  51   1   6  36   3  30   3   6  ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS                                            

 106  636  3 OCTOBER   2000  Y    96   1  54   0  42   1  34   0   8   1  H-1B VISAS FOR SKILLED WORKERS                                             

 106  637  3 OCTOBER   2000  Y    95   0  53   0  42   0  34   0   8   0  JAMES TEILBORG DISTRICT COURT JUDGE                                        

 106  638  5 OCTOBER   2000  Y    95   1  52   0  43   1  34   1   9   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  639  5 OCTOBER   2000  Y    89   8  49   4  40   4  34   1   6   3  INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS                                                    

 106  640  5 OCTOBER   2000  Y    83  13  44   9  39   4  33   1   6   3  INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS                                                    

 106  641  6 OCTOBER   2000  Y    78  10  42   7  36   3  28   2   8   1  TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS                                              

 106  642 11 OCTOBER   2000       90   5  48   4  42   1  33   1   9   0  COMBAT HUMAN TRAFFICKING                                                   

 106  643 11 OCTOBER   2000       95   0  52   0  43   0  34   0   9   0  COMBAT HUMAN TRAFFICKING                                                   

 106  644 12 OCTOBER   2000  N    63  32  45   7  18  25  13  21   5   4  EPA NEW DRINKING WATER STANDARD FOR ARSENIC                                

 106  645 12 OCTOBER   2000  N    56  39  44   8  12  31   8  26   4   5  EPA MOVE QUICKLY TO CLEAN UP CONTAMINATED RIVERS                           

 106  646 12 OCTOBER   2000  Y    87   8  46   6  41   2  33   1   8   1  VETERANS, HUD, NASA, EPA, NSF, APPROPRIATIONS                              

 106  647 12 OCTOBER   2000  Y    58  37  33  19  25  18  21  13   4   5  LEGISLATIVE BRANCH, TREASURY, POSTAL SERVICE APPROPRIATIONS                

 106  648 12 OCTOBER   2000  Y    84   9  46   5  38   4  30   3   8   1  AUTHORIZE $309.9B FOR DEFENSE DEPARTMENT                                   

 106  649 12 OCTOBER   2000  Y    90   3  51   0  39   3  30   3   9   0  AUTHORIZE $309.9B FOR DEFENSE DEPARTMENT                                   

 106  650 12 OCTOBER   2000  Y    90   1  49   0  41   1  32   1   9   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  651 18 OCTOBER   2000  Y    86   8  45   7  41   1  32   1   9   0  AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATIONS                                                 

 106  652 19 OCTOBER   2000       85   8  45   6  40   2  32   1   8   1  VETERANS, HUD, ENERGY AND WATER APPROPRIATIONS                             

 106  653 19 OCTOBER   2000       89   0  48   0  41   0  32   0   9   0  BANKRUPTCY REFORM                                                          

 106  654 25 OCTOBER   2000  Y    65  27  38  11  27  16  26   8   1   8  FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS                                          

 106  655 25 OCTOBER   2000  N    56  34  40   7  16  27  11  23   5   4  ANIMAS-LA PLATA WATER PROJECT                                              

 106  656 25 OCTOBER   2000  Y    85   5  46   1  39   4  30   4   9   0  ANIMAS-LA PLATA WATER PROJECT                                              

 106  657 25 OCTOBER   2000  Y    87   2  46   0  41   2  32   2   9   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  658 26 OCTOBER   2000  N    25  69  25  25   0  44   0  35   0   9  BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR ORGANIZATIONS APPLYING FOR FEDERAL GRANTS            

 106  659 26 OCTOBER   2000  Y    94   0  50   0  44   0  35   0   9   0  OLDER AMERICANS ACT AUTHORIZATION                                          

 106  660 26 OCTOBER   2000  N    55  40  50   1   5  39   3  32   2   7  $240.4B TAX CUT                                                            

 106  661 26 OCTOBER   2000  Y    94   1  51   0  43   1  34   1   9   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  662 27 OCTOBER   2000  Y    87   1  47   0  40   1  31   1   9   0  BANKRUPTCY REFORM                                                          

 106  663 27 OCTOBER   2000  N    48  43  43   5   5  38   2  32   3   6  COMMERCE, JUSTICE, STATE, D.C., APPROPRIATIONS                             

 106  664 27 OCTOBER   2000  Y    86   3  44   2  42   1  33   1   9   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  665 28 OCTOBER   2000  Y    67   2  33   1  34   1  27   1   7   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  666 29 OCTOBER   2000  Y    67   1  31   1  36   0  29   0   7   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  667 30 OCTOBER   2000  Y    70   1  32   1  38   0  29   0   9   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  668  1 NOVEMBER  2000  N    53  30  41   1  12  29   6  26   6   3  BANKRUPTCY REFORM                                                          

 106  669  5 DECEMBER  2000  Y    99   0  54   0  45   0  36   0   9   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS                                                  

 106  670  5 DECEMBER  2000  N    67  31  53   0  14  31   8  28   6   3  BANKRUPTCY REFORM                                                          

 106  671  7 DECEMBER  2000  N    70  28  53   0  17  28  10  27   7   1  BANKRUPTCY REFORM                                                          

 106  672  7 DECEMBER  2000  Y    96   1  52   0  44   1  36   1   8   0  CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS