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Marcia Fudge's Voting Records on Issue: Higher Education

Office: U.S. House (OH) - District 11, Democratic

National Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
May 23, 2013 HR 1911 Smarter Solutions for Students Act Bill Passed - House
(221 - 198)
Nay
April 27, 2012 HR 4628 Extending Student Loan Interest Rates Bill Passed - House
(215 - 195)
Nay
Feb. 28, 2012 HR 2117 Repeals Department of Education Regulations Bill Passed - House
(303 - 114)
Nay
Feb. 18, 2011 H Amdt 94 Prohibits Funds for the Gainful Employment Rule Amendment Adopted - House
(289 - 136)
Nay
Dec. 8, 2010 HR 5281 DREAM Act Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(216 - 198)
Yea
March 25, 2010 HR 4872 Health Care Reconciliation Act Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(220 - 207)
Yea
March 21, 2010 HR 4872 Health Care Reconciliation Act Bill Passed - House
(220 - 211)
Yea
Sept. 17, 2009 HR 3221 Prohibiting Federal Assistance to ACORN Bill Passed - House
(253 - 171)
Yea
July 15, 2009 HR 3221 Student Aid Program Modifications House Co-sponsor
April 29, 2009 S Con Res 13 2010 Concurrent Budget Resolution Conference Report Adopted - House
(233 - 193)
Yea

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