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Alfonse D'Amato's Voting Records on Issue: Executive Branch

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
June 25, 1998 S Amdt 2981 Military Closure Amendment Amendment Adopted - Senate
(48 - 45)
June 24, 1998 S Amdt 2912 Bosnia and Herzegovina Withdrawal Amendment Amendment Tabled - Senate
(65 - 31)
Feb. 25, 1998 HR 2631 Line Item Veto Cancellation bill Veto Override Passed - Senate
(78 - 20)
Feb. 10, 1998 PN 623 David Satcher, Surgeon General of the Public Health Service Nomination Confirmed - Senate
(63 - 35)
April 30, 1997 PN 82 Alexis M. Herman, Secretary of Labor Nomination Confirmed - Senate
(85 - 13)
March 27, 1996 S 4 Line-Item Veto bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(69 - 31)
March 21, 1996 HR 956 Product Liability bill Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(59 - 40)
Nov. 15, 1995 HR 2020 Appropriations bill FY96, Treasury, Postal Service Conference Report Adopted - Senate
(63 - 35)
June 22, 1995 PN 245 Henry W. Foster Jr., Medical Director in the Regular Corps of the Public Health Service Cloture Not Invoked - Senate
(57 - 43)
May 10, 1995 HR 956 Product Liability bill Bill Passed - Senate
(61 - 37)
March 23, 1995 S 4 Line-Item Veto bill Bill Passed - Senate
(69 - 29)
June 29, 1994 S Amdt 2117 Military Operations in Haiti Amendment Amendment Rejected - Senate
(34 - 65)
Oct. 1, 1992 HR 5318 Conditional Extension of Most-Favored-Nation Trade Status to China Veto Override Failed - Senate
(59 - 40)

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