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Daniel Coats' Voting Records on Issue: Abortion

Office: U.S. Senate (IN) - Sr, Republican

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Sept. 18, 1998 HR 1122 Partial-Birth/Late-Term Abortion bill Veto Override Failed - Senate
(64 - 36)
June 25, 1998 S Amdt 2794 Overseas Military Hospital Abortions Amendment Amendment Rejected - Senate
(44 - 49)
Sept. 4, 1997 S Amdt 1077 Fetal Tissue Research Amendment Amendment Rejected - Senate
(38 - 60)
July 22, 1997 S Amdt 936 Abortion Funding Amendment Amendment Adopted - Senate
(54 - 45)
July 10, 1997 S Amdt 593 Abortions at Overseas Military Facilities Amendment Rejected - Senate
(48 - 51)
May 20, 1997 HR 1122 Partial-Birth/Late-Term Abortion bill Bill Passed - Senate
(64 - 36)
Sept. 26, 1996 HR 1833 Partial-Birth/Late-Term Abortion Ban Veto Override Failed - Senate
(58 - 40)
June 19, 1996 S Amdt 4059 Overseas Abortion Amendment Amendment Not Tabled - Senate
(45 - 51)
March 19, 1996 S Amdt 3513 Medical Professionals Amendment Amendment Adopted - Senate
(63 - 37)
Dec. 7, 1995 HR 1833 Partial-Birth/Late-Term Abortion Ban Act of 1995 Bill Passed - Senate
(54 - 44)
May 12, 1994 S 636 Abortion Clinic Access bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(69 - 30)
Oct. 18, 1993 HR 2518 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(80 - 15)
Sept. 29, 1993 HR 2518 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Bill Bill Passed - Senate
(82 - 17)

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