Dennis 'Denny' Rehberg's Voting Records

Issue Category

2 Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
7/31/12 HR 3803 District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
Bill Failed - House (220 - 154)
6/07/12 HR 5855 Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act for 2013
Bill Passed - House (234 - 182)
5/31/12 HR 3541 Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act (PRENDA) of 2012
Bill Failed - House (246 - 168)
10/13/11 HR 358 Amends Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to Prohibit Abortion Coverage
Bill Passed - House (251 - 172)
5/04/11 HR 3 Prohibiting Taxpayer Funding of Abortion
Bill Passed - House (251 - 175)
3/21/10 HR 3590 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Concurrence Vote Passed - House (219 - 212)
11/07/09 H Amdt 509 Prohibiting Federally Funded Abortion Services
Amendment Adopted - House (240 - 194)
2/26/09 HR 1105 2009 Budget Bill
Bill Passed - House (245 - 178)
7/19/07 HR 3043 Appropriations for the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies
Bill Passed - House (276 - 140)
12/06/06 HR 6099 Abortion Pain Bill
Bill Failed - House (250 - 162)
9/26/06 S 403 Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act
Bill Passed - House (264 - 153)
5/25/05 H Amdt 209 Overseas Military Facilities Abortion Amendment
Amendment Rejected - House (194 - 233)
4/27/05 HR 748 Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act
Bill Passed - House (270 - 157)
10/02/03 S 3 Prohibit Partial-Birth/Late Term Abortion bill
Conference Report Adopted - House (281 - 142)
6/04/03 HR 760 Prohibit Partial-Birth/Late Term Abortion Bill
Bill Passed - House (282 - 139)

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