CT Reps Vote – January 22, 2007

College students are one step closer to seeing “college education more affordable by (the feds) gradually reducing the interest rate on need-based student loans issued after July 2007 from 6.8 percent to 3.4 percent.”Congress.org presents:
M E G A V O T E

January 22, 2007

In this MegaVote for Connecticut’s 3rd Congressional District:

Recent Congressional Votes –
* Senate: Ethics Reform bill
* House: College Student Relief Act
* House: Creating Long-Term Energy Alternatives for the Nation Act

Upcoming Congressional Bills –
* Senate: Fair Minimum Wage Act
* House: Voting by Delegates and Resident Commissioner

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Editor’s Note:
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President Bush is scheduled to deliver the State of the Union address on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 9PM.
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Recent Senate Votes:
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Ethics Reform bill
http://capwiz.com/congressorg/issues/votes/?votenum=19&chamber=S&congress=1101
Vote Passed (96-2, 2 Not Voting)This Senate ethics and lobbying reform bill is intended to bring transparency to lawmakersÂ’ dealings with lobbyists.
Sen. Christopher Dodd voted YES
send e-mail (http://capwiz.com/congressorg/mail/?id=686&mailid=custom)
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Recent House Votes:
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College Student Relief Act
http://capwiz.com/congressorg/issues/votes/?votenum\u003d32&chamber\u003dH&congress\u003d1101
Vote Passed (356-71, 8 Not Voting)

This House bill is intended to make college education more affordable by gradually reducing the interest rate on need-based student loans issued after July 2007 from 6.8 percent to 3.4 percent.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted YES
send e-mail (http://capwiz.com/congressorg/mail/?id\u003d691&mailid\u003dcustom)
see bio (http://capwiz.com/congressorg/bio/?id\u003d691)

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Creating Long-Term Energy Alternatives for the Nation Act
http://capwiz.com/congressorg/issues/votes/?votenum\u003d40&chamber\u003dH&congress\u003d1101
Vote Passed (264-163, 8 Not Voting)

This House bill is intended to encourage development of alternate sources of energy.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted YES
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Recent House Votes:
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College Student Relief Act
http://capwiz.com/congressorg/issues/votes/?votenum=32&chamber=H&congress=1101
Vote Passed (356-71, 8 Not Voting)

This House bill is intended to make college education more affordable by gradually reducing the interest rate on need-based student loans issued after July 2007 from 6.8 percent to 3.4 percent.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted YES
send e-mail (http://capwiz.com/congressorg/mail/?id=691&mailid=custom)
see bio (http://capwiz.com/congressorg/bio/?id=691)

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Creating Long-Term Energy Alternatives for the Nation Act
http://capwiz.com/congressorg/issues/votes/?votenum=40&chamber=H&congress=1101
Vote Passed (264-163, 8 Not Voting)

This House bill is intended to encourage development of alternate sources of energy.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted YES
send e-mail (http://capwiz.com/congressorg/mail/?id=691&mailid=custom<!– D(["mb",")
&nbsp;see bio (http://capwiz.com/congressorg/bio/?id\u003d691)

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Upcoming Votes:
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Fair Minimum Wage Act – H.R.2
The Senate is scheduled to begin work on this bill that would raise the minimum wage.

Voting by Delegates and Resident Commissioner – H.RES.78
This House resolution would allow the delegates and resident commissioner to vote on the floor of the House if their vote does not alter the outcome.

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Upcoming Votes:
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Fair Minimum Wage Act – H.R.2
The Senate is scheduled to begin work on this bill that would raise the minimum wage.

Voting by Delegates and Resident Commissioner – H.RES.78
This House resolution would allow the delegates and resident commissioner to vote on the floor of the House if their vote does not alter the outcome.

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