CT Reps Votes – November 22, 2004

For those of you in CT, my home away from home away from home – figure
that one out why don’cha, here is a summary of votes submitted by our
three reps.

Some of the vote made me glee.

Some made me want to scream!

And the winners are…


November 22, 2004

Connecticut’s 3rd Congressional District:

Recent Congressional Votes:
* Senate: Debt Limit Extension Act
* Senate: Consolidated Appropriations Act Conference Report
* House: Debt Limit Extension Act
* House: Commercial Space Launch Amendments Act
* House: Consolidated Appropriations Act Conference Report

Sen. Christopher Dodd
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Sen. Joseph Lieberman
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Rep. Rosa DeLauro
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Recent Senate Votes:
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Debt
Limit Extension Act

Vote Passed (52-44, 1 Present, 3 Not Voting)
The Senate approved this bill allowing the Treasury Department to borrow an
additional $800 billion above the current debt limit.
Sen. Christopher Dodd voted NO
Sen. Joseph Lieberman voted NO
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Consolidated
Appropriations Act Conference Report

Vote Agreed to (65-30, 5 Not Voting)
The Senate gave final approval to the $388 billion omnibus spending package
that combines the final nine 2005 appropriations bills.
Sen. Christopher Dodd voted NO
Sen. Joseph Lieberman voted YES

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Recent House Votes:
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Debt
Limit Extension Act

Vote Passed (208-204, 21 Not Voting)
The House gave final approval to a bill allowing the Treasury Department to
borrow an additional $800 billion above the current debt limit.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted NO
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Commercial
Space Launch Amendments Act

Vote Passed (269-120, 43 Not Voting)
The House passed this bill which would allow citizens to book passage on private
flights into outer space.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted NO
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Consolidated Appropriations Act Conference Report

Vote Passed (344-51, 1 Present, 37 Not Voting)
The House passed this $388 billion omnibus spending package that combines the
final nine 2005 appropriations bills.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro voted YES

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