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John Dingell's Voting Records on Issue: Education

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Nov. 14, 2007 HR 1429 Head Start Act of 2007 Conference Report Adopted - House
(381 - 36)
Yea
Jan. 17, 2007 HR 5 College Student Relief Act of 2007 Bill Passed - House
(356 - 71)
Yea
July 25, 2003 HR 2210 Head Start Bill Bill Passed - House
(217 - 216)
Nay
March 10, 1999 H Amdt 20 Student Performance Amendment Amendment Rejected - House
(196 - 228)
Yea
Nov. 7, 1997 HR 2264 Appropriations bill FY98, Labor, HHS, Education Conference Report Adopted - House
(352 - 65)
Yea
Nov. 7, 1997 HR 2616 Charter School Expansion Act of 1998 Bill Passed - House
(367 - 57)
Nay
May 16, 1997 HR 1385 Training Programs bill Bill Passed - House
(343 - 60)
Yea
July 11, 1996 H Amdt 1264 Education and Training Programs Amendment Amendment Rejected - House
(198 - 227)
Yea
July 11, 1996 H Amdt 1265 School Improvement Programs Amendment Amendment Adopted - House
(294 - 129)
Yea
Nov. 2, 1995 HR 2546 Appropriations Bill FY 96, District of Columbia Bill Passed - House
(224 - 191)
Nay
Aug. 6, 1993 HR 2010 National Service Bill Conference Report Adopted - House
(275 - 152)
Yea
July 28, 1993 HR 2010 National Service Bill Bill Passed - House
(275 - 152)
Did Not Vote

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