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Marc Veasey's Voting Records on Issue: Transportation

Office: U.S. House (TX) - District 33, Democratic

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
July 15, 2014 HR 5021 Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2014  Bill Passed - House
(367 - 55)
Yea
June 10, 2014 H Amdt 813 Prohibits Funds from Being Used to Implement a Department of Housing and Urban Development Plan Amendment Adopted - House
(219 - 207)
Nay
June 10, 2014 H Amdt 815 Prohibits Funds from Being Used to Acquire Traffic Cameras Amendment Adopted - House
(255 - 171)
Nay
June 10, 2014 H Amdt 823 Prohibits Funds from Being Used for the California High-Speed Rail Amendment Adopted - House
(227 - 186)
Nay
June 10, 2014 HR 4745 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2015 Bill Passed - House
(229 - 192)
Nay
June 9, 2014 H Amdt 783 Reduces Appropriations to Amtrak Amendment Rejected - House
(154 - 248)
Nay
Oct. 9, 2013 H J Res 90 Federal Aviation Administration Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2014 Joint Resolution Passed - House
(252 - 172)
Nay

Texas Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
June 29, 2011 SB 29 Restricts Certain Types of Touching During Searches by Government Officials Motion Rejected - House
(96 - 26)
Nay
May 29, 2011 HB 242 Prohibits Texting While Driving Conference Report Adopted - House
(80 - 61)
Did Not Vote
May 31, 2009 HB 537 Increase Required Age for Seatbelts Conference Report Adopted - House
(105 - 34)
Yea
May 8, 2006 HB 4 Motor Vehicle Sales Tax Conference Report Adopted - House
(86 - 47)
Nay
April 24, 2006 CSHB 4 Motor Vehicle Sales Tax Bill Passed - House
(80 - 67)
Nay

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