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Summary stories written about each key vote in the House and Senate.

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Congressional Votes for the Week of 09/14 - 09/20/2019
WASHINGTON, Sept. 20 -- Here's a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.

HOUSE VOTES:

House Vote 1:
CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS: The House has passed the Continuing Appropriations Act and Health Extenders Act, to provide continuing appropriations through November 21 for numerous federal government agencies, as well as funding extensions for health care, immigration, and other programs. The vote was 301 yeas to 123 nays.
YEAS: Lawson (FL) D-FL (5th), Rutherford R-FL (4th), Carter (GA) R-GA (1st)
NAYS: Yoho R-FL (3rd), Waltz R-FL (6th)



SENATE VOTES:

Senate Vote 1:
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Congressional Votes for the Week of 05/17 - 05/24/2019
WASHINGTON, May 24 -- Here's a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.

HOUSE VOTES:

House Vote 1:
SEX DISCRIMINATION: The House has passed the Equality Act. The bill would bar discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity in various venues, including public accommodations and facilities, and define public accommodations to include places that provide transport services, goods, or entertainment or recreational facilities. The vote was 236 yeas to 173 nays.
YEAS: Lawson (FL) D-FL (5th)
NAYS: Rutherford R-FL (4th), Yoho R-FL (3rd), Carter (GA) R-GA ... Show Full Article

Congressional Votes for the Week of 05/11 - 05/17/2019
WASHINGTON, May 17 -- Here's a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.

HOUSE VOTES:

House Vote 1:
AGENT ORANGE AND VIETNAM VETERANS: The House has passed the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act, to extend eligibility for benefits due to Agent Orange exposure to blue water Navy veterans of the Vietnam War, children with spina bifida born to parents exposed to Agent Orange during military service in Thailand, and Korea veterans. The vote was unanimous with 410 yeas.
YEAS: Lawson (FL) D-FL (5th), Rutherford R-FL (4th), Yoho R-FL (3rd), Carter (GA) R-GA (1st), Waltz R-FL ... Show Full Article