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VOTE DESCRIPTIONS

House Vote 203 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the Commerce-Justice-Science (CJS) appropriations bill by about 3 percent.The amendment failed, 137-270.

House Vote 204 - McClintock, R-Calif., amendment would cut spending for the International Trade Administration by $277.8 million in the CJS approps bill.The amendment failed, 121-287.

House Vote 206- Scalise, R-La., amendment would cut spending for the Economic Development Administration by $7.5 million and reduce funding for the Commerce Department by $10.7 million in the CJS approps bill.The amendment failed, 174-233.

House Vote 207 - Pompeo, R-Kan., amendment would cut spending for the Economic Development Administration (EDA) by $219.5 million in the CJS approps bill.The amendment failed, 129-279.

House Vote 208 - Quayle, R-Ariz., amendment would cut spending for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) by $21 million in the CJS approps bill.The amendment failed, 147-259.

House Vote 209 - Harris, R-Md., amendment would cut spending for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) by $542,000 in the CJS approps bill. The amendment passed, 219-189.

House Vote 211 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending for expenses associated with the restoration of Pacific salmon populations by $15 million in the CJS approps bill.The amendment failed, 168-239

House Vote 217 - Flake, R-Ariz., amendment would cut spending for the National Science Foundation by $1.2 billion in the CJS approps bill.  The amendment failed, 121-291.

House Vote 218 - Westmoreland, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending for the Legal Services Corporation by $128 million in the CJS approps bill.The amendment failed, 165-246.

House Vote 219 - Scott, R-Ga., amendment would eliminate all funding provided in the CJS approps bill for the Legal Services Corporation.The amendment failed, 122-289.

House Vote 221 - Blackburn, R-Tenn., amendment would cut spending in the CJS approps bill by 1 percent.  The amendment failed, 160-251.

House Vote 222 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the CJS approps bill by 12.2 percent.The amendment failed, 105-307.

House Vote 310 - Chaffetz, R-Utah, amendment would cut spending for energy efficiency and renewable energy activities by $74 million in the Energy & Water (E&W) appropriations bill.The amendment failed, 140-245.

House Vote 311 - McClintock, R-Calif., amendment would eliminate all funding provided in the E&W approps bill for renewable energy programs.The amendment failed, 113-275.

House Vote 315 - McClintock, R-Calif., amendment would cut spending for nuclear energy activities by $514 million in the E&W approps bill. The amendment failed, 106-281.

House Vote 317 - McClintock, R-Calif., amendment that would eliminate all funding in the E&W approps bill for fossil fuel programs. The amendment failed, 138-249.

House Vote 329 - Burgess, R-Texas, amendment would cut spending for defense nuclear nonproliferation activities by $100 million in the E&W approps bill. The amendment failed, 168-249.

House Vote 334 - Chabot, R-Ohio, amendment would eliminate all funding in the E&W approps bill for the Appalachian Regional Commission, Delta Regional Authority, Denali Commission, Northern Border Regional Commission and Southeast Crescent Regional Commission. The amendment failed, 141-276.

House Vote 335 - Blackburn, R-Tenn., amendment would make an across-the-board cut of 1 percent in the E&W approps bill's discretionary spending. The amendment failed, 157-261.

House Vote 336 - Mulvaney, R-S.C., amendment would cut spending in the E&W approps bill by 24 percent, with some exceptions.The amendment failed, 125-293.

House Vote 337 - Flake, R-Ariz., amendment would make an across-the-board reduction of 0.27 percent in the E&W approps bill's discretionary spending. The amendment failed, 144-274.

House Vote 346 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending for all of the administrative expense accounts in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) appropriations bill by 3 percent, with some exceptions.The amendment failed, 140-273.

House Vote 368 - Polis, D-Colo., amendment would make an across-the-board reduction of 2 percent in the DHS approps bill's discretionary spending, with some exceptions.The amendment failed, 99-316.

House Vote 371 - Gosar, R-Ariz.,amendment would cut spending for the Botanic Garden by $1.2 million in the Legislative Branch approprations bill. The amendment passed, 213-193.

House Vote 372 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending for the Congressional Research Service by $878,000 in the Legislative Branch appropriations bill. The amendment passed, 214-189.

House Vote 417 - McClintock, R-Calif., amendment would eliminate all funding in the T-HUD approps bill for the Essential Air Services (EAS) program.  The amendment failed, 164-238.

House Vote 418 - Garrett, R-N.J., amendment would eliminate funding in the T-HUD approps bill for grants to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.  The amendment failed, 160-243.

House Vote 420 - Gosar, R-Ariz., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $24.4 million for salaries and expenses of administration, management and operations of the Housing and Urban Development Department.  The amendment failed, 179-224.

House Vote 421 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $5.4 million for expenses of the Federal Railroad Administration.  The amendment failed, 173-230.

House Vote 422 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $1.3 million for administrative expenses of the Federal Transit Administration's programs.  The amendment failed, 188-215.

House Vote 423 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $1.67 million for operational expenses of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.  The amendment failed, 138-265.

House Vote 424 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $6.5 million for salaries and expenses of the Office of Public and Indian Housing at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.  The amendment failed, 168-256.

House Vote 425 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $3.5 million for salaries and expenses of the Office of Community Planning and Development at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.  The amendment failed, 178-240.

House Vote 426 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $5 million for salaries and expenses of the Office of Housing at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.  The amendment failed, 174-248.

House Vote 427 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $115,000 for salaries and expenses of the Office of Policy Development and Research at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.  The amendment failed, 193-229.

House Vote 428 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $304,000 for salaries and expenses of the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.  The amendment failed, 178-247.

House Vote 429 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $110 million for the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Public Housing Capital Fund Program.  The amendment failed, 169-250.

House Vote 430 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $562.2 million for payments in 2013 to public housing agencies for the operation and management of public housing.  The amendment failed, 160-264.

House Vote 431 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $900,000 for salaries and expenses of the Federal Maritime Commission.  The amendment failed, 172-249.

House Vote 432 - Broun, R-Ga., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $12.3 million for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation.  The amendment failed, 172-250.

House Vote 433 - Chaffetz, R-Utah, amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $396 million for assistance to state and local governments for economic and community development activities.  The amendment failed, 157-267.

House Vote 434 - McClintock, R-Calif., amendment would eliminate all funding in the T-HUD approps bill for the Community Development Fund for assistance to state and local governments.  The amendment failed, 80-342.

House Vote 435 - McClintock, R-Calif., amendment would eliminate all funding in the T-HUD approps bill for Community Development Loan Guarantees.  The amendment failed, 123-300.

House Vote 436 - Flake, R-Ariz., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by $200 million for the HOME investment partnerships program.  The amendment failed, 178-242.

House Vote 445 - Blackburn, R-Tenn., amendment would cut spending in the T-HUD approps bill by 1 percent.  The amendment failed, 166-254.

 

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