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Thomas Coburn's Selected Sponsorships

Office: U.S. Senate (OK) - Jr, Republican

Selected Sponsorships

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 1, 1998 HR 3682 Child Custody Protection Act House Co-sponsor
Feb. 26, 1998 H J Res 111 Tax Limitation Amendment House Co-sponsor
Jan. 27, 1998 HR 3097 Tax Code Termination bill House Co-sponsor
Nov. 6, 1997 HR 2846 National Student Testing bill House Co-sponsor
Sept. 8, 1997 HR 2431 Religious Freedom House Co-sponsor
May 8, 1997 H J Res 78 Religious Freedom Constitutional Amendment House Co-sponsor
May 6, 1997 HR 1534 Private Property Rights bill House Co-sponsor
March 11, 1997 HR 1003 Assisted Suicide Bill House Co-sponsor
March 3, 1997 H Con Res 31 Display of the Ten Commandments House Co-sponsor
Feb. 13, 1997 H J Res 54 Flag Desecration Constitutional Amendment House Co-sponsor
Jan. 7, 1997 H J Res 2 Term Limits Resolution House Co-sponsor
Jan. 7, 1997 HR 1 Compensatory Time Bill House Co-sponsor
May 7, 1996 HR 3396 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) House Co-sponsor
Dec. 13, 1995 HR 2770 Troop Deployment in Bosnia Bill House Co-sponsor
Oct. 30, 1995 H Res 247 Bosnia Troop Deployment Resolution House Co-sponsor
Sept. 21, 1995 HR 2391 Working Families Flexibility Act of 1996 House Co-sponsor
June 14, 1995 HR 1833 Partial-Birth/Late-Term Abortion Ban Act of 1995 House Co-sponsor
March 21, 1995 H J Res 79 Flag Desecration bill House Co-sponsor
Feb. 27, 1995 HR 1058 Legal Reform bill House Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 H J Res 1 Balanced Budget Proposed Constitutional Amendment House Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 HR 123 English as the National Language House Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 HR 125 Gun Ban Repeal Act of 1995 House Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 HR 2 Line Item Veto Act House Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 HR 4 Welfare Reform Bill House Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 HR 7 Limiting U.S. Monetary and Troop Assistance to the United Nations House Co-sponsor

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