Votes on Education Legislation by Key Panel Members in the 105th Congress
House Committee on Education and
the Workforce, Table: Part 1 |
House Appropriations Subcommittee on
Labor, Health and Human Services,
Education, and Related Agencies*
(Votes are in favor of passage unless otherwise indicated.)
Dollars to the Classroom Act, would block-grant funds for 31 education programs.
Would fund elements of the Clinton education agenda.
Would bar national testing without specific congressional approval.
Would allow tax breaks for K-12 education expenses.
|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.|
|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.|
|* 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.|