CT Reps Vote – October 3, 2005

Wow! There were more votes and I didnt post the info! This isn’t
possible! Sigh… John Roberts info at the link.Two more updates to
follow.


MegaVote

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MegaVote
 
October 3, 2005

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

Recent Congressional Votes –
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Senate: Confirmation of John Roberts to be Chief Justice
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House: Threatened and Endangered Species Recovery Act
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House: Continuing Appropriations, FY2006

Upcoming Congressional Bills –
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Senate: Defense Appropriations Act, FY2006
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House: Homeland Security Appropriations Act, FY2006
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House: Gasoline for America’s Security Act of 2005


 
Recent Senate Votes
 
Confirmation of John Roberts to be Chief Justice – Vote Confirmed (78-22)

The Senate confirmed John G. Roberts to become the 17th chief justice of the Supreme Court.

Sen. Christopher Dodd voted YES……send 

e-mail or see bio

Sen. Joseph Lieberman voted YES……send

e-mail or see bio


 
Recent House Votes
 
Threatened and Endangered Species Recovery Act – Vote Passed (229-193, 11 Not Voting)

The House approved this bill making changes to the 1973 Endangered Species Act.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted NO……send 

e-mail or see bio


Continuing Appropriations, FY2006 – Vote Passed (348-65, 20 Not Voting)

The
House and Senate passed a continuing resolution funding government
operations through November 18, 2005 while work continues on the annual
appropriations bills.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted NO……send 

e-mail or see bio


 
Upcoming Votes
 
Defense Appropriations Act, FY2006
– H.R.2863

The Senate is scheduled to continue work on this $440 billion bill funding the Department of Defense for the 2006 fiscal year.
 


Homeland Security Appropriations Act, FY2006
– H.R.2360

The House is scheduled to consider this $30.8 billion bill funding the Department of Homeland Security for the 2006 fiscal year.
 


Gasoline for America’s Security Act of 2005
– H.R.3893

This
House energy bill is intended to encourage oil refinery and pipeline
construction and encourage energy conservation. It would also direct
the Federal Trade Commission to investigate gasoline price gouging.
 


 
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