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Nancy Pelosi's Selected Sponsorships

Office: U.S. House (CA) - District 12, Democratic Minority Leader
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 12

Selected Sponsorships

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Jan. 28, 2008 HR 5140 Economic Stimulus Plan House Sponsor
July 30, 2007 HR 3221 Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act of 2007 House Sponsor
July 10, 2007 HR 2956 Redeployment from Iraq Act House Co-sponsor
Sept. 26, 2006 Motion to Resolve Into Secret Session House Sponsor
May 2, 2006 HR 9 Voting Rights Act Reauthorization House Co-sponsor
March 30, 2006 H Res 746 Jack Abramoff Investigation Resolution House Sponsor
Feb. 15, 2005 HR 810 Stem Cell Research Bill of 2005 House Co-sponsor
Nov. 20, 2003 HR 3550 Highway Trust Fund Bill House Co-sponsor
July 19, 2001 HR 2563 Bipartisan Patient Protection Act House Co-sponsor
May 23, 2001 HR 1954 Iran and Libya Sanctions House Co-sponsor
Aug. 5, 1999 HR 2723 Patient Protection bill House Co-sponsor
June 7, 1999 H J Res 57 China Trade resolution House Co-sponsor
March 4, 1999 HR 975 Steel Import Limitation bill House Co-sponsor
Feb. 10, 1999 HR 701 Conservation and Reinvestment Act of 1999 House Co-sponsor
Jan. 19, 1999 HR 417 Campaign Finance Reform bill House Co-sponsor
Feb. 12, 1998 H Res 364 Human Rights in China House Co-sponsor
Oct. 9, 1997 HR 2647 PLA Monitoring bill House Co-sponsor
Sept. 8, 1997 HR 2431 Religious Freedom House Co-sponsor
July 31, 1997 HR 2358 China Political Freedom bill House Co-sponsor
June 3, 1997 H J Res 79 China Most-Favored-Nation Resolution House Co-sponsor
Feb. 27, 1997 HR 856 Puerto Rico Political Status bill House Co-sponsor
April 25, 1994 HR 4296 Regulation of Semi-Automatic Assault Weapons House Co-sponsor
May 6, 1993 HR 2010 National Service Bill House Co-sponsor
Feb. 23, 1993 HR 1036 Prevailing Wage Pre-emptions House Co-sponsor
Feb. 22, 1993 HR 1025 Brady Handgun Bill House Co-sponsor
Feb. 3, 1993 HR 796 Abortion Clinic Access Bill House Co-sponsor
Jan. 5, 1993 HR 1 Family & Medical Leave Bill House Co-sponsor
Jan. 5, 1993 HR 2 Motor Voter Registration House Co-sponsor
Jan. 5, 1993 HR 20 Hatch Act Reform Bill House Co-sponsor
Jan. 5, 1993 HR 4 Fetal Tissue Research Bill House Co-sponsor
Jan. 5, 1993 HR 5 Striker Replacement House Co-sponsor
Jan. 5, 1993 HR 51 D.C. Statehood Bill House Co-sponsor
June 3, 1992 HR 5318 Conditional Extension of Most-Favored-Nation Trade Status to China House Co-sponsor
Feb. 25, 1992 HR 4312 Extending Bilingual Voting Material Requirements House Co-sponsor
May 2, 1991 HR 2212 Conditional Extension of Most-Favored-Nation Trade Status to China House Sponsor

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