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Edward Kennedy, Sr.'s Voting Records on Issue: Arts, Entertainment, and History

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Feb. 3, 2009 S Amdt 109 Hollywood Productions Tax Credit Amendment Adopted - Senate
(52 - 45)
Did Not Vote
May 11, 2006 HR 4297 Tax Relief Extension Reconciliation Act of 2005 Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(54 - 44)
July 29, 2005 HR 2361 Interior Department FY 2006 Appropriations Bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(99 - 1)
June 29, 2005 HR 2361 Interior Department FY 2006 Appropriations Bill Bill Passed - Senate
(94 - 0)
Aug. 5, 1999 S Amdt 1569 NEA Funding Amendment Tabled - Senate
(80 - 16)
Feb. 1, 1996 S 652 Telecommunications Bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(91 - 5)
Dec. 14, 1995 HR 1977 Interior Department FY96 Appropriations bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(58 - 40)
June 15, 1995 S 652 Telecommunications Bill Bill Passed - Senate
(81 - 18)
Sept. 28, 1994 HR 4602 Interior Department FY95 Appropriations Bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(92 - 7)
July 25, 1994 S Amdt 2396 Prohibition of Funds to National Endowments for the Arts for Certain Projects Amendment Tabled - Senate
(49 - 42)
Did Not Vote
April 13, 1994 S 21 California Desert Protection Act of 1994 Bill Passed - Senate
(69 - 29)
Nov. 9, 1993 HR 2520 Interior Department Fiscal Year 1994 Appropriations Bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(91 - 9)

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