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Pete King's Selected Sponsorships

Office: U.S. House (NY) - District 2, Republican
On The Ballot: Potential, Republican for President

Selected Sponsorships

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
March 23, 1999 HR 1218 Child Custody Protection Act House Co-sponsor
Feb. 25, 1999 HR 8 Estate Tax Elimination Act of 2000 House Co-sponsor
Feb. 24, 1999 H J Res 33 Flag Desecration Resolution House Co-sponsor
Feb. 10, 1999 HR 6 Changes in Income Tax Deductions for Married Couples House Co-sponsor
Feb. 10, 1999 HR 701 Conservation and Reinvestment Act of 1999 House Co-sponsor
Feb. 4, 1999 HR 4 National Missile Defense bill House Co-sponsor
Jan. 6, 1999 HR 10 Financial Modernization bill House Co-sponsor
April 1, 1998 HR 3682 Child Custody Protection Act House Co-sponsor
Feb. 3, 1998 HR 3150 Bankruptcy Reform bill House Co-sponsor
Oct. 28, 1997 HR 2746 HELP Scholarships bill House Co-sponsor
Oct. 23, 1997 HR 2709 Iran Missile Sanctions bill House Co-sponsor
Sept. 8, 1997 HR 2431 Religious Freedom House Co-sponsor
Sept. 4, 1997 HR 2400 Transportation Reauthorization bill House Co-sponsor
July 31, 1997 HR 2358 China Political Freedom bill 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
Feb. 13, 1997 H J Res 54 Flag Desecration Constitutional Amendment House Co-sponsor
March 21, 1995 H J Res 79 Flag Desecration bill House Co-sponsor
Feb. 14, 1995 HR 927 Cuba Sanctions Bill House Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 HR 123 English as the National Language House Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 HR 7 Limiting U.S. Monetary and Troop Assistance to the United Nations House Co-sponsor
Feb. 23, 1993 HR 1036 Prevailing Wage Pre-emptions House Co-sponsor
Feb. 4, 1993 H J Res 103 Balanced Budget Amendment House Co-sponsor
Jan. 5, 1993 HR 20 Hatch Act Reform Bill House Co-sponsor

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