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Kyrsten Sinema's Voting Records on Issue: Health and Health Care

Office: U.S. House (AZ) - District 9, Democratic

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Dec. 11, 2013 HR 2019 Kids First Research Act of 2013 Bill Passed - House
(295 - 103)
Yea
Aug. 2, 2013 H Amdt 450 Requires Congressional Approval for Any Rules Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Amendment Adopted - House
(227 - 185)
Nay
July 17, 2013 HR 2667 Authority for Mandate Delay Act Bill Passed - House
(264 - 161)
Yea
July 17, 2013 HR 2668 Fairness for American Families Act Bill Passed - House
(251 - 174)
Yea
May 16, 2013 HR 45 Repeals the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Health Care-Related Provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 Bill Passed - House
(229 - 195)
Nay
March 21, 2013 H Con Res 25 Establishing the Budget for the United States Government for Fiscal Year 2014 and Setting Forth Appropriate Budgetary Levels for Fiscal Years 2015 Through 2023 Joint Resolution Passed - House
(221 - 207)
Nay

Arizona Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 1, 2011 SB 1619 Provisions to Health and Health Care for 2011-2012 Budget Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(21 - 8)
Nay
March 17, 2011 SB 1405 Hospital Admissions and Restrictions Bill Failed - Senate
(12 - 18)
Nay
Feb. 10, 2011 SB 1086 Tobacco Prohibitions Bill Failed - Senate
(13 - 16)
Nay
March 31, 2010 SB 1001 Authorizing Governor to Challenge Federal Individual Health Care Mandate Bill Passed - House
(34 - 24)
Nay
July 31, 2009 HB 2013 Budget Reconciliation (Health and Welfare) Bill Passed - House
(35 - 11)
Nay
June 29, 2009 SB 1175 Prohibiting Non-Physicians from Performing Abortions Bill Passed - House
(35 - 19)
Did Not Vote
June 19, 2007 HB 2781 2007-2009 Biennium Budget Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(38 - 21)
Yea
May 22, 2007 HB 2781 2007-2009 Biennium Budget Bill Passed - House
(31 - 29)
Nay
May 10, 2007 SB 1032 Emergency Room Malpractice Bill Failed - House
(26 - 29)
Nay
April 20, 2006 SB 1477 Psychotropic drugs; Testing; Informed Consent Bill Passed - House
(34 - 23)
Nay
April 18, 2006 SB 1356 Air Pollutant Regulation Bill Passed - House
(31 - 26)
Nay
April 17, 2006 SB 1477 Psychotropic drugs; Testing; Informed Consent Bill Failed - House
(25 - 30)
Nay
April 12, 2006 HB 2142 Human Eggs; Sale; Prohibition Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(38 - 21)
Nay
March 1, 2006 HB 2142 Human Eggs; Sale; Prohibition Bill Passed - House
(33 - 22)
Did Not Vote
Feb. 13, 2006 HB 2254 Requiring Doctors to Inform Women of Fetal Pain Bill Passed - House
(36 - 21)
Nay

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