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CAPITOL REPORT: HOW SAN DIEGO'S LEGISLATORS VOTED ON HOMEOWNERS BILL OF RIGHTS

 

July 5, 2012 – The Homeowners Bill of Rights is one of the most significant consumer protection reforms this year. Find out how your representatives in San Diego County voted on this important legislation, which passed both houses in Sacramento and is expected to be signed by Governor Jerry Brown.

CAPITOL REPORT: LAME DUCK CONGRESS ENDS WITH VOTES ON KEY BILLS

 

By: Jeremy Los

 

December 23, 2010 – So much for the “lame duck session” on Capitol Hill. The last winter session after an election, before the new Congress is sworn in, is often an uneventful time of farewells. The 111th Congress, though, seemed determined to end the year with a bang, bringing meaningful legislation to the forefront as exiting members of Congress strived to put their stamp on the future of our nation in a big way.

 

Major bills passed include repeal of the military’s `don’t ask, don’t tell’ ban and a bill to improve food safety. Bills that fell short, without enough votes, include the Dream Act, which would have allowed children of undocumented immigrants a pathway to citizenship, and a bill that would have paid for healthcare costs of 911 first responders.

Do you know how your representatives voted? Find out here.

CAPITOL REPORT: HOW THEY VOTED - MARCH 2010

 

March 26, 2010 (Washington and Sacramento) – Do you know how your Congressional and State Legislative representatives voted on important recent bills? Find out here!
For more information on these and other bills, visit www.vote-smart.org, www.govtrack.us, www.opencongress.org and www.aroundthecapitol.com.

November Capitol Report: How They Voted

Capitol Report LogoNovember 29, 2009 (Washington and Sacramento) – Do you know how your Congressional and State Legislative representatives voted on important recent bills? Find out here!

For more information on these and other bills, visit www.vote-smart.org, www.govtrack.us, www.opencongress.org and www.aroundthecapitol.com.

April Capitol Report:How They Voted

Capitol Report LogoApril
2009 (Washington and Sacramento) — Do you know how your Congressional and State
Legislative representatives voted?  

Find out here!

For more information on these and other bills, visit www.vote-smart.org or www.govtrack.us

 

January Capitol Report: How They Voted

Capitol Report LogoCongress approved several major bills in January, including measures to improve healthcare for low-income children, provide oversight of bail-out funds, delay conversion to direct TV,  set aside public lands and ocean areas as environmental preserves, protect fair pay for women,  and improve remedies for victims of discrimination. The Senate also approved  nomination of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.  Do you know how your elected officials voted?  Find out here!

For more information on these and other bills, visit www.vote-smart.org or www.govtrack.us

December Capitol Report

Capitol Report Logo(Note: Since Congress and the Legislature were in recess and took no major actions in November, there is no November Capitol Report)

How did your elected officials vote on the most important bills in Congress and the California Legislature? Find out here!

October Capitol Report - How They Voted

Capitol Report LogoHow did your elected officials vote on the most important bills in Congress and the California Legislature? Find out here!

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