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Bill Clinton's Voting Records on Issue: National Security

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Executive Actions

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Oct. 20, 1999 HR 2684 Veterans Affairs and HUD Appropriations bill, FY 2000 Signed - Executive
Sign
May 21, 1999 HR 1141 Emergency Supplemental Appropriations-Conference Report Signed - Executive
Sign
Nov. 20, 1997 S 858 Intelligence FY98 Authorization bill Signed - Executive
Sign
April 24, 1996 S 735 Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act Signed - Executive
Sign
April 12, 1996 HR 1561 Authorization bill, FY96-97, Foreign Relations Vetoed - Executive
Veto
Oct. 28, 1993 HR 2491 Veterans Administration and Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Bill Fiscal Year 1994 Signed - Executive
Sign
Aug. 12, 1993 HR 2667 Emergency Supplemental Appropriations, 1993 Signed - Executive
Sign

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