I’m not very happy with the Broadcast Decency Enforcement Act results but there’s little I can do not about it. = It’s a wee bit late but here’s how our CT reps voted back in February 2005.
February 22, 2005
In this MegaVote for Connecticut’s 3rd Congressional District:
Recent Congressional Votes –
* Senate: Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2005
* House: Broadcast Decency Enforcement Act
* House: Class Action Fairness Act
The Senate and House are in recess this week for the Presidents? Day holiday.
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Recent Senate Votes:
Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2005
Vote Passed (98-0, 2 Not Voting)
The Senate approved this measure barring employers and insurance providers from discriminating against people on the basis of genetic information.
Sen. Christopher Dodd voted YES
Sen. Joseph Lieberman voted YES
Recent House Votes:
Broadcast Decency Enforcement Act
Vote Passed (389-38, 6 Not Voting)
The House voted to raise the maximum fine for indecent radio and television broadcasts to $500,000.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted YES
Class Action Fairness Act
Vote Passed (279-149, 6 Not Voting)
The House gave final approval to this bill that changes the rules governing class-action lawsuits.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted NO