Haven’t even looked at it yet but I saw the word Katrina and thought
“Hmm, I wonder if the American people are footing another bill the
Gov.T doesn’t want to deal with.” It’s not that we pay taxes for this
kind of situation or anything.
|September 12, 2005
In this MegaVote for Connecticut’s 3rd Congressional District:
Recent Congressional Votes –
Senate: Further Emergency Supplemental Appropriations, Hurricane Katrina, 2005
House: Further Emergency Supplemental Appropriations, Hurricane Katrina, 2005
Upcoming Congressional Bills –
Senate: Commerce, Justice, Science Appropriations, FY2006
Senate: Transportation-Treasury Appropriations, FY2006
House: Childrenâ€™s Safety Act of 2005
House: Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2005
Editor’s Note: The hearings on the nomination of Judge John
Roberts to become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court began Monday,
September 12 and are tentatively scheduled to last 4 days.
|Recent Senate Votes|
|Further Emergency Supplemental Appropriations, Hurricane Katrina, 2005 – Vote Agreed to (97-0, 3 Not Voting)
Senate gave final approval to this supplemental spending bill sending
$51.8 billion to the areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Sen. Christopher Dodd voted YES……send e-mail or see bio
Sen. Joseph Lieberman voted YES……send
|Recent House Votes|
|Further Emergency Supplemental Appropriations, Hurricane Katrina, 2005 – Vote Passed (410-11, 12 Not Voting)
Highlighting a week dominated by Hurricane Katrina-related legislation is this $51.8 billion supplemental spending bill.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted YES……send e-mail or see bio
|Commerce, Justice, Science Appropriations, FY2006
Senate is scheduled to begin the week working on this bill that would
fund the Departments of State, Justice and Commerce for the 2006 fiscal
Transportation-Treasury Appropriations, FY2006
work on the C-J-S appropriations bill, the Senate may begin work on
this bill funding the Departments of Transportation, Treasury and
Housing and Urban Development for the 2006 fiscal year.
Childrenâ€™s Safety Act of 2005
The House will vote this week on this bill that is intended to improve the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Program.
Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2005
This $8.7 billion bill would fund the Coast Guard for the 2006 fiscal year.
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