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Votes on Education Legislation by Key Panel Members in the 105th Congress

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House Committee on Education and the Workforce, Table:  Part 1  | Part 2
House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services,
Education and Related Agencies, Table: Part 1  | Part 2

Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services,
And Education, Table

House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services,
Education, and Related Agencies*

(Votes are in favor of passage unless otherwise indicated.)
HR 3248
Dollars to the Classroom Act, would block-grant funds for 31 education programs.
212-198
Amendment to
HR 3248

Would fund elements of the Clinton education agenda.
Defeated: 215-190
HR 2846
Would bar national testing without specific congressional approval.
242-174
HR 2646
Would allow tax breaks for K-12 education expenses.
225-197
Republicans YES NO YES NO YES NO YES NO
John Edward Porter, Ill., chairman
C.W. Bill Young, Fla.
Henry Bonilla, Texas
Ernest J. Istook, Okla. No Vote
Dan Miller, Fla.
Jay Dickey, Ark.
Roger F. Wicker, Miss.
Anne M. Northup, Ky.
Democrats YES NO YES NO YES NO YES NO
David R. Obey, Wis., ranking
Louis Stokes, Ohio, retiring No Vote No Vote
Steny H. Hoyer, Md. No Vote
Nancy Pelosi, Calif.
Nita M. Lowey, N.Y.
Rosa L. DeLauro, Conn.

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* All House members are up for re-election Nov. 3, unless they have plans to leave Congress.
Senate passed S1502, the proposal to offer vouchers to low-income students in Washington, D.C., on a voice vote on Nov. 9, 1997.