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Linc Chafee's Voting Records on Issue: K-12 Education

On The Ballot: Potential, Democratic for President

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
July 25, 2006 S Amdt 4689 Teen Pregnancy Education Amendment Amendment Rejected - Senate
(48 - 51)
Oct. 27, 2005 HR 3010 Labor, HHS and Education FY 2006 Appropriations Bill Bill Passed - Senate
(94 - 3)
Oct. 27, 2005 S Amdt 2287 After School Funding Amendment Motion Rejected - Senate
(41 - 56)
Oct. 26, 2005 S Amdt 2275 Elementary and Secondary Education Act Amendment Motion Rejected - Senate
(44 - 51)
Oct. 26, 2005 S Amdt 2292 Individuals with Disabilities Education Amendment Motion Rejected - Senate
(46 - 53)
March 17, 2005 S Amdt 172 Perkins Vocational Education Program Amendment Amendment Rejected - Senate
(44 - 56)
March 17, 2005 S Amdt 177 Education Amendment Amendment Adopted - Senate
(51 - 49)
May 13, 2004 HR 1350 Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act Bill Passed - Senate
(95 - 3)
Dec. 18, 2001 HR 1 No Child Left Behind Act Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(87 - 10)
June 28, 2000 S Amdt 3655 Funding for Special Education Amendment Amendment Tabled - Senate
(51 - 47)

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