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Marc Veasey's Voting Records on Issue:

Office: U.S. House (TX) - District 33, 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)
March 13, 2013 HR 890 Preserving Work Requirements for Welfare Programs Act of 2013 Bill Passed - House
(246 - 181)

Texas Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 1, 2011 Amdt 143 Requiring Public Colleges and Universities to Fund Student Centers for Family and Traditional Values Amendment Adopted - House
(110 - 24)
May 15, 2009 HB 2962 Childrens' Health Care Bill Passed - House
(87 - 55)
April 12, 2007 F 2 Marriage License Fee Bill Not Tabled - House
(61 - 76)
April 4, 2007 HB 109 Child Health Care Expansion Bill Passed - House
(128 - 17)
March 14, 2007 CSHB 1098 Ban on HPV Vaccine Requirement Bill Passed - House
(118 - 23)
March 6, 2007 HB 8 Punishment of Sex Offenders Bill Passed - House
(119 - 25)

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