Vote Record

Date RC# Bill Question Vote Bill Name
49 H.Amdt. 43 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 5 printed in Part A of House Report 115-3 to require the Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission to be trained on ethical standards and codes of conduct to ensure all regulations enacted are not done so with a conflict of interest, specifically regarding prior employment and legal representation of too-big-to-fail banks.
48 H.Amdt. 42 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 4 printed in Part A of House Report 115-3 to require the Chairman of the SEC and his immediate family to divest from too-big-to-fail banks.
47 H.Amdt. 41 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 3 printed in Part A of House Report 115-3 to exempt regulations promulgated to maintain or support U.S. financial stability or prevent or reduce systemic risk.
46 H.Amdt. 39 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 1 printed in Part A of House Report 115-3 to require the SEC to identify, analyze and address potential conflicts of interest related to its rulemakings.
45 H.R. 5 On Passage of the Bill Nay Regulatory Accountability Act of 2017
44 H.R. 5 On the Motion to Recommit Aye Regulatory Accountability Act of 2017
43 H.Amdt. 29 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 14 printed in House Report 115-2 to strike language that would require the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management to perform regulatory flexibility analyses for forest and land management plans.
42 H.Amdt. 28 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 13 printed in House Report 115-2 to ensure that any rules made under the "Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act" are exempted from this act.
41 H.Amdt. 27 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 12 printed in House Report 115-2 to exempt from the bill a rule which pertains to workplace health and safety and that is necessary to prevent or reduce the incidence of traumatic injury, cancer or irreversible lung disease at mining facilities which are subject to the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 (30 USC 801, et seq) or workplaces which are subject to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (29 USC 651 et seq).
40 H.Amdt. 26 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 11 printed in House Report 115-2 to exempt rules pertaining to the safety of children's products or toys.
39 H.Amdt. 25 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 10 printed in House Report 115-2 to exempt rules that significantly improve the employment, retention, and wages of workforce participants, especially those with significant barriers to employment, such as persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency.
38 H.Amdt. 24 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 9 printed in House Report 115-2 to provide for the prevention of the transmission of foodborne illness or to meet preventive-control requirements for food safety.
37 H.Amdt. 23 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 8 printed in Part A of House Report 115-2 to ensure that any rule intended to protect public health and welfare is exempted from the requirements of this act.
36 H.Amdt. 20 On the Amendment No An amendment numbered 5 printed in Part A of House Report 115-2 to prohibit agencies from impartially communicating with the public in order to gener ate support or opposition to a proposed rule.
35 H.Amdt. 16 On the Amendment No An amendment numbered 1 printed in Part A of House Report 115-2 to revise section 2 of title II of the bill to restrain unwarranted interpretation of ambiguous statutes to find implied delegations of legislative rulemaking authority, and of ambiguous statutes and regulations to expansively extend agency authority.
34 H.R. 39 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass Yea TALENT Act of 2017
33 H.Res. 40 On the Resolution No Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 78) to improve the consideration by the Securities and Exchange Commission of the costs and benefits of its regulations and orders; providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 238) to reauthorize the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, to better protect futures customers, to provide end-users with market certainty, to make basic reforms to ensure transparency and accountability at the Commission, to help farmers, ranchers, and end-users manage risks, to help keep consumer costs low, and for other purposes; and for other purposes.
32 H.Res. 40 On Ordering the Previous Question Nay Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 78) to improve the consideration by the Securities and Exchange Commission of the costs and benefits of its regulations and orders; providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 238) to reauthorize the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, to better protect futures customers, to provide end-users with market certainty, to make basic reforms to ensure transparency and accountability at the Commission, to help farmers, ranchers, and end-users manage risks, to help keep consumer costs low, and for other purposes; and for other purposes.
31 H.R. 79 On Passage of the Bill Yea HALOS Act
30 H.Amdt. 15 On the Amendment Aye An amendment numbered 2 printed in Part B of House Report 115-2 to limit the types of fees "demo day" sponsors can collect and require an issuer to be a real business.