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Adam Schiff's Voting Records on Issue:

Office: U.S. House (CA) - District 28, Democratic

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
March 16, 2005 HR 1268 Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2005 Bill Passed - House
(388 - 43)
June 25, 2004 HR 4614 Appropriations Bill FY 2005, Energy and Water Development Bill Passed - House
(370 - 16)
June 17, 2004 HR 4568 Interior Department FY2005 Appropriations Bill Bill Passed - House
(334 - 86)
June 15, 2004 HR 4503 Energy Omnibus bill Bill Passed - House
(244 - 178)
Nov. 18, 2003 HR 2754 Energy and Water Appropriations, FY 2004 bill Conference Report Adopted - House
(387 - 36)
Nov. 18, 2003 HR 6 Energy Omnibus bill Conference Report Adopted - House
(246 - 180)
April 11, 2003 HR 6 Energy Omnibus bill Bill Passed - House
(247 - 175)
Nov. 1, 2001 HR 2311 Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 2002 Conference Report Adopted - House
(399 - 29)
Aug. 2, 2001 HR 4 Securing America's Future Energy (SAFE) Act of 2001 Bill Passed - House
(240 - 189)

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