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On the Record: How Legislators Voted



U.S. Senate

Jan. 11, PN837, On the Nomination: Confirmation: Erika L. McEntarfer, of D.C., to be Commissioner of Labor Statistics.

Passed 86-8.

Bob Casey, D, Yes

John Fetterman, D, Yes

U.S. House

Jan. 11, HR788, On Passage: Stop Settlement Slush Funds Act. This bill prohibits the federal government from entering into or enforcing a settlement agreement on behalf of the United States that provides for a payment to any person or entity other than the United States.

Passed 211-197.

Brian Fitzpatrick, R, Yes

Jan. 11, S.J. Res .38, On Passage: Providing for congressional disapproval for “Waiver of Buy America Requirements for Electric Vehicle Chargers.” This rule temporarily waives the Buy America requirements for steel, iron, manufactured products, and construction materials in electric vehicle (EV) chargers.

Passed 209-198.

Brian Fitzpatrick, R, No

Jan. 12, HR839, On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass, as Amended: China Exchange Rate Transparency Act.

Passed 379-1.

Brian Fitzpatrick, R, Yes

Jan. 12, H.J.Res 98, On Passage: Providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the National Labor Relations Board relating to “Standard for Determining Joint Employer Status.”

Passed 206-177.

Brian Fitzpatrick, R, Yes


PA Senate

The PA Senate will reconvene on Feb. 5.

PA House

The PA House will reconvene on Feb. 6.

On the Record is supported by a grant to the Bucks County Herald Foundation made possible by Melissa Eiseman.

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