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Judd Gregg's Selected Sponsorships

Selected Sponsorships

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
May 27, 2010 S Amdt 4214 National Guard Deployment on Southern U.S. Land Border Senate Co-sponsor
May 18, 2010 S Amdt 4051 Prohibiting Funding of State and Local Governments to Prevent Defaulting on Debt Senate Sponsor
May 12, 2010 S Amdt 3816 Derivatives Regulation Modifications Senate Co-sponsor
May 12, 2010 S Amdt 3955 Establishing New Mortgage Underwriting Requirements and Eliminating a Risk Retention Requirement Senate Co-sponsor
May 11, 2010 S Amdt 3839 Termination of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Conservatorships Senate Co-sponsor
Jan. 21, 2010 S Amdt 3302 Establishing a Federal Budget Deficit Commission Senate Co-sponsor
Jan. 21, 2010 S J Res 26 Statement of Opposition to EPA Greenhouse Gas Rule Senate Co-sponsor
Jan. 20, 2010 S Amdt 3301 Ending the Troubled Asset Relief Program Senate Co-sponsor
July 16, 2009 S Amdt 1618 Authorizing Concealed Firearms Across State Lines Senate Co-sponsor
March 31, 2009 S Amdt 739 Public Debt Amendment Senate Sponsor
March 3, 2009 S 510 FDA Food Safety Modernization Act Senate Co-sponsor
June 24, 2008 S 3186 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Funding Senate Co-sponsor
Oct. 2, 2007 S Amdt 3117 Border Fence and Customs Appropriations Senate Co-sponsor
July 26, 2007 S Amdt 2480 Border Fence and Customs Appropriations Senate Co-sponsor
June 6, 2007 S Amdt 1151 Declaring English the National Language Senate Co-sponsor
July 12, 2006 S Amdt 4615 Firearm Confiscation Prohibition Amendment Senate Co-sponsor
March 10, 2006 S Con Res 83 2007 Budget Resolution Senate Sponsor
Oct. 27, 2005 S 1932 Budget Reconciliation Bill Senate Sponsor
Oct. 25, 2005 S AMDT 2253 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Funding Amendment Senate Sponsor
April 14, 2005 S J Res 12 Flag Desecration Constitutional Amendment Senate Co-sponsor
March 11, 2005 S Con Res 18 Budget FY2006 Appropriations Resolution Senate Sponsor
Feb. 16, 2005 S 397 Firearms Manufacturers Protection Bill Senate Co-sponsor
May 10, 2004 S Res 356 Resolution Condemning Abuse of Iraqi Prisoners House Co-sponsor
April 10, 2003 S 877 Reduction of SPAM bill Senate Co-sponsor
Feb. 14, 2003 S 3 Prohibit Partial-Birth/Late Term Abortion bill Senate Co-sponsor
Jan. 13, 2003 S 150 Internet Access Tax Bill Senate Co-sponsor
Jan. 7, 2003 S 23 Unemployment Benefits bill Senate Co-sponsor
June 28, 2000 S Amdt 3655 Funding for Special Education Amendment Senate Co-sponsor
July 15, 1999 S Amdt 1250 Patient Lawsuit Amendment Senate Sponsor
March 17, 1999 S J Res 14 Flag Desecration amendment Senate Co-sponsor
March 31, 1998 S Amdt 2209 Personal Retirement Accounts Amendment Senate Co-sponsor
March 30, 1998 S AMDT 2168 Tobacco Immunity Amendment Senate Sponsor
Feb. 3, 1998 S 1601 Human Cloning Research bill Senate Co-sponsor
Nov. 9, 1997 S 1502 Washington, D.C. School Vouchers bill Senate Co-sponsor
Jan. 21, 1997 S J Res 1 Balanced Budget amendment Senate Co-sponsor
Sept. 16, 1996 S Amdt 5353 Federal Land Grazing Fee Amendment Senate Co-sponsor
June 20, 1995 S Amdt 1437 Motorcycle Helmet Amendment Senate Co-sponsor
March 21, 1995 S J Res 31 Flag Desecration Senate Co-sponsor
Jan. 4, 1995 S 4 Line-Item Veto bill Senate Co-sponsor
June 30, 1994 S Amdt 2127 Advanced Liquid Metal Reactor Termination Amendment Senate Co-sponsor
June 29, 1994 S Amdt 2117 Military Operations in Haiti Amendment Senate Sponsor
March 31, 1993 S 687 Product Liability Bill Senate Co-sponsor
Feb. 4, 1993 S Amdt 19 Homosexual Discrimination in the Military Amendment Senate Co-sponsor
Feb. 4, 1993 S J Res 41 Balanced Budget amendment Senate Co-sponsor

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