H.R. 5 - Student Success Act

Education. 114th Congress (2015-2016) View bill details
Sponsor:
Summary:
To support State and local accountability for public education, protect State and local authority, inform parents of the performance of their children's schools, and for other purposes. (by CRS) 
Status:
The bill was voted on in the House on July 8, 2015 
Amendments:
48 proposed amendments. 30 accepted. 13 rejected. View amendments 
House Vote: On Passage

PASSED on July 8, 2015.

1/2 required to pass

voted YES: 218 voted NO: 213
3 voted present/not voting

Other Votes:

Student Success Act

H.R. 5 — 114th Congress (2015–2016)

Summary
To support State and local accountability for public education, protect State and local authority, inform parents of the performance of their children's schools, and for other purposes. (by CRS)
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Title
To support State and local accountability for public education, protect State and local authority, inform parents of the performance of their children's schools, and for other purposes.
Other Titles
  • Student Success Act
  • Student Success Act
  • Schools of the Future Act
  • Student Success Act
Sponsor
John Kline
Co-Sponsors
Subjects
  • Education
  • Abortion
  • Academic performance and assessments
  • Administrative law and regulatory procedures
  • Administrative remedies
  • Advisory bodies
  • Alaska Natives and Hawaiians
  • Assault and harassment offenses
  • Child health
  • Child safety and welfare
  • Correctional facilities and imprisonment
  • Crimes against children
  • Crimes against property
  • Criminal investigation, prosecution, interrogation
  • Criminal justice information and records
  • Department of Education
  • Domestic violence and child abuse
  • Drug trafficking and controlled substances
  • Education of the disadvantaged
  • Education programs funding
  • Educational technology and distance education
  • Elementary and secondary education
  • Employee hiring
  • Family relationships
  • Federal-Indian relations
  • First Amendment rights
  • Fraud offenses and financial crimes
  • Government information and archives
  • Health information and medical records
  • Higher education
  • Homelessness and emergency shelter
  • Indian social and development programs
  • Intergovernmental relations
  • Juvenile crime and gang violence
  • Language arts
  • Migrant, seasonal, agricultural labor
  • Minority education
  • Performance measurement
  • Religion
  • Right of privacy
  • Rural conditions and development
  • School administration
  • Sex offenses
  • Special education
  • State and local finance
  • State and local government operations
  • Student records
  • Teaching, teachers, curricula
  • Violent crime
Related Bills
Major Actions
Introduced2/03/2015
Referred to Committee
Amendments (48 proposed)
Passed House7/08/2015
Bill History
Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 1 to H R 52/26/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
204 voted YES 217 voted NO 12 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 2 to H R 52/26/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
114 voted YES 311 voted NO 8 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 6 to H R 52/26/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
182 voted YES 243 voted NO 8 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 9 to H R 52/26/2015This motion PASSED the House
218 voted YES 201 voted NO 14 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 13 to H R 52/26/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
185 voted YES 239 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Lawrence amendment (A004) Agreed to by voice vote.2/26/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Goodlatte amendment (A005) Agreed to by voice vote.2/26/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Langevin amendment Agreed to by voice vote.2/26/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Barletta amendment (A008) Agreed to by voice vote.2/26/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the DeSaulnier amendment (A011) Agreed to by voice vote.2/26/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Davis, Rodney amendment (A012) Agreed to by voice vote.2/26/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the McKinley amendment (A014) Agreed to by voice vote.2/26/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Delaney amendment (A015) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Jeffries amendment (A016) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Clark (MA) amendment (A017) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Cohen amendment (A018) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Wilson (FL) amendment (A019) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Polis amendment (A020) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Polis amendment (A021) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Kelly (IL) amendment (A022) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Bonamici amendment (A023) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Polis amendment (A024) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Jackson Lee amendment (A025) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Wilson (FL) amendment (A026) Failed by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Nolan amendment (A028) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Davis (CA) amendment (A029) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Castro (TX) amendment (A034) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Collins (GA) amendment (A036) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Dold amendment (A037) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Flores amendment (A038) Agreed to by voice vote.2/27/2015 by voice vote
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 30 to H R 57/08/2015This motion PASSED the House
373 voted YES 57 voted NO 4 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 31 to H R 57/08/2015This motion PASSED the House
424 voted YES 2 voted NO 8 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 32 to H R 57/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
199 voted YES 228 voted NO 7 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 33 to H R 57/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
192 voted YES 237 voted NO 5 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 35 to H R 57/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
186 voted YES 245 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 39 to H R 57/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
191 voted YES 239 voted NO 4 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 40 to H R 57/08/2015This motion PASSED the House
218 voted YES 213 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 41 to H R 57/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
205 voted YES 224 voted NO 5 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 42 to H R 57/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
189 voted YES 241 voted NO 4 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 45 to H R 57/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
195 voted YES 235 voted NO 4 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 46 to H R 57/08/2015This motion PASSED the House
251 voted YES 178 voted NO 5 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 43 to H R 57/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
187 voted YES 244 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn Motion to Recommit with Instructions: H R 5 Student Success Act7/08/2015This motion DID NOT PASS the House
185 voted YES 244 voted NO 5 voted present/not voting
currently selectedHouseOn Passage: H R 5 Student Success Act7/08/2015This bill PASSED the House
218 voted YES 213 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
select this voteHouseOn agreeing to the Rokita amendment (A044) Agreed to by voice vote.7/08/2015 by voice vote
ActionDateDescription
Introduced2/03/2015
2/03/2015Referred to the Committee on Education and the Workforce, and in addition to the Committee on Financial Services, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
2/03/2015Introduced in House
2/11/2015Committee Consideration and Mark-up Session Held.
Put on a legislative calendar2/11/2015Ordered to be Reported (Amended) by the Yeas and Nays: 21 - 16.
2/20/2015Reported (Amended) by the Committee on Education and the Workforce. H. Rept. 114-24, Part I.
2/20/2015Committee on Financial Services discharged.
Put on a legislative calendar2/20/2015Placed on the Union Calendar, Calendar No. 16.
2/24/2015Rules Committee Resolution H. Res. 121 Reported to House. Rule provides for consideration of H.R. 529 and H.R. 5. Provides for one hour of debate, waives all points of order against consideration of the bills. Section 1 of the resolution provides that the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in the bill shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended shall be considered read. The resolution provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions. Section 2 provides that no further consideration of H.R. 5 shall be in order except pursuant to a subsequent order of the House. Section 3 waives the requirement of clause 6(a) of rule XIII for a two-thirds vote to consider a report from the Committee on Rules on the same day it is presented to the House with respect to any resolution reported through the legislative day of March 2, 2015, relating to a measure making continuing appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year
2/25/2015Rule H. Res. 121 passed House.
2/25/2015Considered under the provisions of rule H. Res. 121.
2/25/2015Rule provides for consideration of H.R. 529 and H.R. 5. Provides for one hour of debate, waives all points of order against consideration of the bills. Section 1 of the resolution provides that the amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in the bill shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended shall be considered read. The resolution provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions. Section 2 provides that no further consideration of H.R. 5 shall be in order except pursuant to a subsequent order of the House. Section 3 waives the requirement of clause 6(a) of rule XIII for a two-thirds vote to consider a report from the Committee on Rules on the same day it is presented to the House with respect to any resolution reported through the legislative day of March 2, 2015, relating to a measure making continuing appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015. Section 4 provides that it shall be in order at any time through the calendar day of March 1, 2015, for the Speaker to entertain motions that the House suspend the rules as though under clause 1 of rule XV, relating to a measure making or continuing appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015.
2/25/2015House resolved itself into the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union pursuant to H. Res. 121 and Rule XVIII.
2/25/2015The Speaker designated the Honorable Chris Collins to act as Chairman of the Committee.
2/25/2015GENERAL DEBATE - The Committee of the Whole proceeded with one hour of general debate on H.R. 5.
2/25/2015Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union rises leaving H.R. 5 as unfinished business.
2/25/2015Rules Committee Resolution H. Res. 125 Reported to House. Previous question shall be considered as ordered without intervening motions except motion to recommit with or without instructions. The rule provides for further consideration of H.R. 5. The rule provides that an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 114-8, modified by the amendment printed in part A of the Rules Committee report, shall be considered as adopted. No further amendment to the bill shall be in order except those printed in part B of the report of the Committee on Rules.
2/26/2015Rule H. Res. 125 passed House.
2/26/2015Considered as unfinished business.
2/26/2015The House resolved into Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union for further consideration.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H.Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Kennedy Part B Amendment No. 1.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Kennedy amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Kennedy demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Grothman Part B Amendment No. 2.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Grothman amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Grothman demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Meeks Part B Amendment No. 3.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Lawrence Part B Amendment No. 4.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Goodlatte Part B Amendment No. 5.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Castro (TX) Part B Amendment No. 6.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Castro (TX) amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Castro (TX) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Langevin Part B Amendment No. 7.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Barletta Part B Amendment No. 8.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Quigley Part B Amendment No. 9.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Quigley amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Quigley demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Fudge Part B Amendment No. 10.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the DeSaulnier Part B Amendment No. 11.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Davis, Rodney (IL) Part B Amendment No. 12.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Moore Part B Amendment No. 13.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Moore amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Ms. Moore demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the McKinley Part B Amendment No. 14.
2/26/2015Mr. Rokita moved that the Committee now rise.
2/26/2015On motion that the Committee now rise Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union rises leaving H.R. 5 as unfinished business.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Delaney Part B Amendment No. 15.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Jeffries Part B Amendment No. 16.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Clark(MA) Part B Amendment No. 17.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Cohen Part B amendment No. 18.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Wilson (FL) part B amendment No. 19.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Polis part B amendment No. 20.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Polis part B amendment No. 21.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Kelly (IL) part B amendment No. 22.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Bonamici part B amendment No. 23.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Polis part B amendment No. 24.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Jackson Lee part B amendment No. 25.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Wilson (FL) part B amendment No. 26.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Courtney part B amendment No. 27.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Nolan part B amendment No. 28.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Davis (CA) part B amendment No. 29.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Zeldin part B amendment No. 30.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Zeldin amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the ayes had prevailed. Mr. Scott (VA) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Hurd part B amendment No. 31.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Hurd amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the ayes had prevailed. Mr. Hurd demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015Mr. Kline moved that the Committee rise.
2/26/2015On motion that the Committee rise Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Grayson part B amendment No. 32.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Grayson (FL) amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Grayson (FL) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Wilson (FL) part B amendment.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Wilson (FL) amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mrs. Wilson (FL) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Castro part B amendment No. 34.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Carson part B amendment No. 35.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Carson amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Carson demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Collins (GA) part B amendment No. 36.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Dold part B amendment No. 37.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Flores part B amendment No. 38.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Brownley part B amendment No. 39.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Brownley amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Ms. Brownley demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Loebsack part B amendment No. 40.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Loebsack amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Loebsack demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/26/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Polis part B amendment No. 41.
2/26/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Polis amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Polis demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
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select this voteVote2/26/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 1 to H R 5
select this voteVote2/26/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 2 to H R 5
select this voteVote2/26/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 6 to H R 5
select this voteVote2/26/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 9 to H R 5
select this voteVote2/26/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 13 to H R 5
2/26/2015Amendment (A001) offered by Mr. Kennedy.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A001) offered by Mr. Kennedy.
2/26/2015Amendment (A002) offered by Mr. Grothman.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A002) offered by Mr. Grothman.
2/26/2015Amendment (A003) offered by Mr. Meeks.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A003) offered by Mr. Meeks.
2/26/2015By unanimous consent, the Meeks amendment was withdrawn.
2/26/2015Amendment (A004) offered by Mrs. Lawrence.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A004) offered by Mrs. Lawrence.
select this voteVote2/26/2015On agreeing to the Lawrence amendment (A004) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Lawrence amendment (A004) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/26/2015Amendment (A005) offered by Mr. Goodlatte.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A005) offered by Mr. Goodlatte.
select this voteVote2/26/2015On agreeing to the Goodlatte amendment (A005) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Goodlatte amendment (A005) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/26/2015Amendment (A006) offered by Mr. Castro (TX).
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A006) offered by Mr. Castro (TX).
2/26/2015Amendment (A007) offered by Mr. Langevin.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A007) offered by Mr. Langevin.
select this voteVote2/26/2015On agreeing to the Langevin amendment Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Langevin amendment Agreed to by voice vote.
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2/26/2015Amendment (A008) offered by Mr. Barletta.
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select this voteVote2/26/2015On agreeing to the Barletta amendment (A008) Agreed to by voice vote.
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2/26/2015Amendment (A009) offered by Mr. Quigley.
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2/26/2015Amendment (A010) offered by Ms. Fudge.
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2/26/2015By unanimous consent, the Fudge amendment was withdrawn.
2/26/2015Amendment (A011) offered by Mr. DeSaulnier.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A011) offered by Mr. DeSaulnier.
select this voteVote2/26/2015On agreeing to the DeSaulnier amendment (A011) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the DeSaulnier amendment (A011) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/26/2015Amendment (A012) offered by Mr. Davis, Rodney.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A012) offered by Mr. Davis, Rodney.
select this voteVote2/26/2015On agreeing to the Davis, Rodney amendment (A012) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Davis, Rodney amendment (A012) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/26/2015Amendment (A013) offered by Ms. Moore.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A013) offered by Ms. Moore.
2/26/2015Amendment (A014) offered by Mr. McKinley.
2/26/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A014) offered by Mr. McKinley.
select this voteVote2/26/2015On agreeing to the McKinley amendment (A014) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the McKinley amendment (A014) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/26/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Considered as unfinished business.
2/27/2015The House resolved into Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union for further consideration.
2/27/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Thompson (MS) Part B Amendment No. 43.
2/27/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Thompson (MS) amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Thompson (MS) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/27/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 125, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the Scott (VA) Part B Amendment No. 44.
2/27/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Scott (VA) amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the noes had prevailed. Mr. Scott (VA) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption until a time to be announced.
2/27/2015Mr. Kline moved that the Committee now rise.
2/27/2015On motion that the Committee now rise Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union rises leaving H.R. 5 as unfinished business.
2/27/2015
2/27/2015House amendment offered
2/27/2015
2/27/2015House amendment offered
2/27/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
2/27/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
2/27/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
2/27/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
2/27/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A015) offered by Mr. Delaney.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A015) offered by Mr. Delaney.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Delaney amendment (A015) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Delaney amendment (A015) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A016) offered by Mr. Jeffries.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A016) offered by Mr. Jeffries.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Jeffries amendment (A016) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Jeffries amendment (A016) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A017) offered by Ms. Clark (MA).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A017) offered by Ms. Clark (MA).
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Clark (MA) amendment (A017) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Clark (MA) amendment (A017) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A018) offered by Mr. Cohen.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A018) offered by Mr. Cohen.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Cohen amendment (A018) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Cohen amendment (A018) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A019) offered by Ms. Wilson (FL).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A019) offered by Ms. Wilson (FL).
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Wilson (FL) amendment (A019) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Wilson (FL) amendment (A019) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A020) offered by Mr. Polis.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A020) offered by Mr. Polis.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Polis amendment (A020) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Polis amendment (A020) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A021) offered by Mr. Polis.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A021) offered by Mr. Polis.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Polis amendment (A021) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Polis amendment (A021) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A022) offered by Ms. Kelly (IL).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A022) offered by Ms. Kelly (IL).
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Kelly (IL) amendment (A022) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Kelly (IL) amendment (A022) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A023) offered by Ms. Bonamici.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A023) offered by Ms. Bonamici.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Bonamici amendment (A023) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Bonamici amendment (A023) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A024) offered by Mr. Polis.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A024) offered by Mr. Polis.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Polis amendment (A024) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Polis amendment (A024) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A025) offered by Ms. Jackson Lee.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A025) offered by Ms. Jackson Lee.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Jackson Lee amendment (A025) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Jackson Lee amendment (A025) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A026) offered by Ms. Wilson (FL).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A026) offered by Ms. Wilson (FL).
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Wilson (FL) amendment (A026) Failed by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment not agreed to: On agreeing to the Wilson (FL) amendment (A026) Failed by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A027) offered by Mr. Courtney.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A027) offered by Mr. Courtney.
2/27/2015By unanimous consent, the Courtney amendment was withdrawn.
2/27/2015Amendment (A028) offered by Mr. Nolan.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A028) offered by Mr. Nolan.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Nolan amendment (A028) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Nolan amendment (A028) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A029) offered by Mrs. Davis (CA).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A029) offered by Mrs. Davis (CA).
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Davis (CA) amendment (A029) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Davis (CA) amendment (A029) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A030) offered by Mr. Zeldin.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A030) offered by Mr. Zeldin.
2/27/2015Amendment (A031) offered by Mr. Hurd (TX).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A031) offered by Mr. Hurd (TX).
2/27/2015Amendment (A032) offered by Mr. Grayson.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A032) offered by Mr. Grayson.
2/27/2015Amendment (A033) offered by Ms. Wilson (FL).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A033) offered by Ms. Wilson (FL).
2/27/2015Amendment (A034) offered by Mr. Castro (TX).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A034) offered by Mr. Castro (TX).
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Castro (TX) amendment (A034) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Castro (TX) amendment (A034) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A035) offered by Mr. Carson (IN).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A035) offered by Mr. Carson (IN).
2/27/2015Amendment (A036) offered by Mr. Collins (GA).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A036) offered by Mr. Collins (GA).
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Collins (GA) amendment (A036) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Collins (GA) amendment (A036) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A037) offered by Mr. Dold.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A037) offered by Mr. Dold.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Dold amendment (A037) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Dold amendment (A037) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A038) offered by Mr. Flores.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A038) offered by Mr. Flores.
select this voteVote2/27/2015On agreeing to the Flores amendment (A038) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Flores amendment (A038) Agreed to by voice vote.
2/27/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
2/27/2015Amendment (A039) offered by Ms. Brownley (CA).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A039) offered by Ms. Brownley (CA).
2/27/2015Amendment (A040) offered by Mr. Loebsack.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A040) offered by Mr. Loebsack.
2/27/2015Amendment (A041) offered by Mr. Polis.
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A041) offered by Mr. Polis.
2/27/2015Amendment (A042) offered by Mr. Thompson (MS).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A042) offered by Mr. Thompson (MS).
2/27/2015Amendment (A043) in the nature of a substitute offered by Mr. Scott (VA).
2/27/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A043) in the nature of a substitute offered by Mr. Scott (VA).
7/07/2015Rules Committee Resolution H. Res. 347 Reported to House. Previous question shall be considered as ordered without intervening motions except motion to recommit with or without instructions. Providing for consideration of H.R. 5 and H.R. 2647.
7/08/2015Considered as unfinished business.
7/08/2015The House resolved into Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union for further consideration.
7/08/2015ORDER OF PROCEDURE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 347, it shall be in order to consider the further amendments printed in part A of House Report 114-192 as if such amendments had been printed in part B of House Report 114-29. Each such amendment may be offered only in the order printed in the report, by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report, equally divided and controlled by the proponent and the opponent, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
7/08/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H.Res. 347, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Rokita amendment No. 45.
7/08/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 347, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Walker amendment No. 46.
7/08/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Walker amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the ayes had prevailed. Mr. Scott (VA) demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
7/08/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 347, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Salmon amendment No. 47.
7/08/2015POSTPONED PROCEEDINGS - At the conclusion of debate on the Salmon amendment, the Chair put the question on adoption of the amendment and by voice vote, announced that the ayes had prevailed. Mr. Salmon demanded a recorded vote and the Chair postponed further proceedings on the question of adoption of the amendment until a time to be announced.
7/08/2015DEBATE - Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 347, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Polis amendment No. 48.
7/08/2015UNFINISHED BUSINESS - The Chair announced that the unfinished buisness was on adoption of amendments, which had been debated earlier and on which further proceedings had been postponed.
7/08/2015The House rose from the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union to report H.R. 5.
7/08/2015The previous question was ordered pursuant to the rule.
7/08/2015The House adopted the amendments en gross as agreed to by the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.
7/08/2015Ms. Esty moved to recommit with instructions to the Committee on Education and the Workforce.
7/08/2015DEBATE - The House proceeded with 10 minutes of debate on the Esty motion to recommit with instructions, pending reservation of a point of order. The instructions contained in the motion seek to require the bill to be reported back to the House with an amendment that would guarantee educational opportunities for children with disabilities by requiring that each state: (1) demonstrate their laws do not result in a lower standard of education than for those students without disabilities; (2) grant students with disabilities access to a regular secondary school diploma; (3) give parents the right to informed consent about their childs education; (4) cannot lower expectations or academic achievement for students with disabilities; or (5) give educational opportunities for any student, including those from racial and ethnic minorities. Additionally, the motion requires the Secretary of Education to regulate learning environments in order to protect children with disabilitie s from abusive seclusion and restraint practi ces.
7/08/2015The previous question on the motion to recommit with instructions was ordered without objection.
7/08/2015Motion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
7/08/2015CLERK TO CORRECT AUTHORITY - Mr. Curbelo asked unanimous consent that, in the engrossment of H.R. 5, the Clerk be authorized to correct section numbers, section headings, cross references, punctuation, and indentation, and to make any other technical and conforming change necessary to reflect the actions of the House. Agreed to without objection.
7/08/2015
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select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 30 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 31 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 32 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 33 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 35 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 39 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 40 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 41 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 42 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 45 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 46 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 43 to H R 5
select this voteVote7/08/2015On Motion to Recommit with Instructions: H R 5 Student Success Act
currently selectedHouse Vote on Passage7/08/2015On Passage: H R 5 Student Success Act
7/08/2015Amendment (A044) offered by Mr. Rokita.
7/08/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A044) offered by Mr. Rokita.
select this voteVote7/08/2015On agreeing to the Rokita amendment (A044) Agreed to by voice vote.
7/08/2015House amendment agreed to: On agreeing to the Rokita amendment (A044) Agreed to by voice vote.
7/08/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Amendment (A045) offered by Mr. Walker.
7/08/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A045) offered by Mr. Walker.
7/08/2015Amendment (A046) offered by Mr. Salmon.
7/08/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A046) offered by Mr. Salmon.
7/08/2015Amendment (A047) offered by Mr. Polis.
7/08/2015House amendment offered/reported by : Amendment (A047) offered by Mr. Polis.
7/08/2015By unanimous consent, the Polis amendment was withdrawn.
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment agreed to Committee of the Whole
7/08/2015Roll call votes on amendments in House
7/08/2015Amendment failed in Committee of the Whole
Put on a legislative calendar7/13/2015Received in the Senate. Read twice. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 147.
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H. Amdt. 24Kennedy, Joseph [D-MA4]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment sought to authorize the STEM Gateways grant program as an allowable use of flexible funding received by state educational agencies which would allow States to award grants to LEAs and qualified partner organizations to support the success of women, minorities, and low-income students in rigorous STEM academics.

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H. Amdt. 25Grothman, Glenn [R-WI6]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment sought to shorten authorization from 2021 to 2018.

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H. Amdt. 26Meeks, Gregory [D-NY5]February 26, 2015Offered on February 25, 2015.

Page 27, beginning on line 10, strike `, at the State's discretion,'. Page 35, line 24, strike `may' and insert `shall'.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 27Lawrence, Brenda [D-MI14]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment requires that the Secretary of Education disapprove of any State plan that fails to, in consultation with State and local education agencies, demonstrate that there is a separate reporting of academic assessments for foster youth and also requires the Secretary to report on academic assessments for foster children.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 28Goodlatte, Bob [R-VA6]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment provides flexibility to localities by providing States with the authority to allow local educational agencies to administer their own, locally designed academic assessment systems, in place of the State-designed academic systems. Amendment also provides that the same requirements as laid out by this Act for State-designed academic assessments would also apply to any locally designed academic assessment.

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H. Amdt. 29Castro, Joaquin [D-TX20]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment sought to appoint a neutral Ombudsman within the Department of Education to ensure K-12 textbooks are held to high academic standards.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 30Langevin, James [D-RI2]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment requires States applying for funds under title I to show how they would use the funds to provide apprenticeships that offer academic credit, and how they would use the funds to provide comprehensive career counseling to the students.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 31Barletta, Lou [R-PA11]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment provides that if school districts use Title I money for after school, before school, or summer school activities, they would be required to describe those activities in their local plans.

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H. Amdt. 32Quigley, Mike [D-IL5]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment restores to the bill the paraprofessional qualifications which are in place under current law.

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H. Amdt. 33Fudge, Marcia [D-OH11]February 26, 2015Offered on February 25, 2015.

An amendment numbered 10 printed in Part B of House Report 114-29 to ensure continued state investment in educating students by requiring states to demonstrate that the level of state and local funding remains constant from year to year.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 34DeSaulnier, Mark [D-CA11]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment requires local education agencies to develop agreements with Head Start and other agencies to carry out early childhood education activities.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 35Davis, Rodney [R-IL13]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment protects the savings clause of title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to ensure that nothing in Federal law can be construed to terminate or overturn a State or local collective bargaining law, memorandum or other agreement.

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H. Amdt. 36Moore, Gwen [D-WI4]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment sought to ensure that high poverty schools are not adversely affected by the provisions of H.R. 5 with respect to teacher support and the quality of educational services.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 37McKinley, David [R-WV1]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment requires States to identify "workforce critical subjects", for their schools and requires States to provide an explanation of the subjects they identify as "workforce critical".

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select this voteH. Amdt. 38Delaney, John [D-MD6]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment makes "Pay For Success" initiatives an allowable use of funds for States and Local Educational Agencies to improve outcomes and save money by training and supporting teachers.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 39Jeffries, Hakeem [D-NY8]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment ensures that teachers, parents and other educational professionals receive education on the harms of copyright piracy in order to further educate students to that end.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 40Clark, Katherine [D-MA5]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment clarifies that professional development for early grade teachers is an acceptable use of funds under the bill.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 41Cohen, Steve [D-TN9]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment allows for Title II funds to be used for restorative justice and conflict resolution training.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 42Wilson, Frederica [D-FL24]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment requires school districts to be transparent in providing information to parents at the beginning of the school year on mandated assessments that the student will have to take during the school year and any school district policy on assessment participation.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 43Polis, Jared [D-CO2]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment expresses the sense of Congress that charter schools are a critical part of our education system in the U.S. and that Congress must support opening more quality charter schools to help students succeed.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 44Polis, Jared [D-CO2]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment encourages collaboration and sharing of best practices between charter schools and local education agencies.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 45Kelly, Robin [D-IL2]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment requires Statewide Family Engagement Centers to conduct training programs in the community to improve adult literacy, including financial literacy.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 46Bonamici, Suzanne [D-OR1]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment allows State educational agencies and eligible entities to use Local Academic Flexible Grant funds to audit and streamline assessment systems; eliminate unnecessary assessments; and improve the use of assessments.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 47Polis, Jared [D-CO2]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment allows grants to be used for the creation and distribution of open access textbooks and open educational resources.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 48Jackson Lee, Sheila [D-TX18]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment supports accountability-based programs and activities that are designed to enhance school safety, which may include research-based bullying prevention, cyberbullying prevention, disruption of recruitment activity by groups or individuals involved in violent extremism, and gang prevention programs as well as intervention programs regarding bullying.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 49Wilson, Frederica [D-FL24]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment sought to provide for Intensive Care Reading Labs and for specialization of school staffing for the purposes of basic skills in language arts, mathematics, and science in grades 1-3 as allowable uses in block grant funding.

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H. Amdt. 50Courtney, Joe [D-CT2]February 26, 2015Offered on February 25, 2015.

An amendment No. 27 printed in part B of House Report 114-25 to amend 20 U.S.C. 7703 to increase weight of non-connected children residing in public-private venture (PPV) housing located on military property for the purposes of Impact Aid basic support payment calculations.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 51Nolan, Richard [D-MN8]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment provides for expression of policy of the United States with respect to the education of Indian children to ensure that Indian children do not attend school in buildings that are dilapidated or deteriorating, as part of the unique and continuing relationship with and responsibility to, the Indian people.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 52Davis, Susan [D-CA53]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment clarifies the definition of "school leader" so that it explicitly refers to a school principal as opposed to an off-site administrator.

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H. Amdt. 53Zeldin, Lee [R-NY1]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment allows a State to withdraw from the Common Core Standards or any other specific standards.

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H. Amdt. 55Grayson, Alan [D-FL9]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment sought to require the Secretary of Education to conduct an assessment of the impact of school start times on student health, well-being, and performance.

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H. Amdt. 56Wilson, Frederica [D-FL24]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment sought to provide for school dropout prevention and reentry programs and provides grants to raise academic achievement levels for all students.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 57Castro, Joaquin [D-TX20]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment improves college and career readiness for homeless youth by requiring States to include in the State Plan a description of how such youth would receive assistance from counselors to advise, prepare, and improve college readiness.

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H. Amdt. 58Carson, André [D-IN7]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment sought to advance assessments of student achievement and instructional practices, effective teacher preparation and continuing professional development, education administration, and international comparisons. Amendment also sought to support development of a national research strategy to ensure that students, particularly at risk students, have effective teachers and are being prepared for the future.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 59Collins, Doug [R-GA9]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment improves accountability and ensures proper oversight of taxpayer funds authorized by the bill.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 60Dold, Bob [R-IL10]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment ensures that federal education dollars go toward their intended use for student benefit in the classroom by clarifying that funds received under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act shall not be diverted by the States to fill prior unfunded liability shortfalls in teacher pension programs. Amendment also prohibits the state from requiring LEAs to make a contribution to a pension program that is in excess of the "normal cost" of that teacher's participation in the pension program.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 61Flores, Bill [R-TX17]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on February 26, 2015.

Amendment expresses the sense of Congress reaffirming students', teachers' and school administrators' right to exercise religion and that schools should examine their policies to ensure students and teachers are fully able to participate in activities on school grounds related to their religious freedom.

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H. Amdt. 62Brownley, Julia [D-CA26]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment sought to create a grant program for States to create or expand biliteracy seal programs to recognize student proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in both English and a second language for graduating high school seniors.

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H. Amdt. 63Loebsack, David [D-IA2]February 26, 2015Passed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment inserts a new title to support the expansion of the use of digital learning through competitive grants to partnerships to implement and evaluate the results of technology-based learning practices, strategies, tools, or programs at rural schools.

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H. Amdt. 64Polis, Jared [D-CO2]February 26, 2015Failed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment sought to insert language authorizing funds for the Secretary of Education to provide grants for early-childhood education scholarships, professional development and licensing credentials, or increased compensation for educators who have attained specific qualifications. Amendment also sought to require each state that desires a grant to include a description of its comprehensive early childhood professional development system in its application, and grant recipients must maintain their fiscal effort for the activities supported by the grant funds for a fiscal year at levels equal to or greater than their fiscal effort for such activities during the preceding fiscal year.

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H. Amdt. 65Thompson, Bennie [D-MS2]February 27, 2015Failed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment sought to require that the Student Success Act shall not go into effect until the Secretary of Education determines that its enactment will not reduce the college and career readiness of racial or ethnic minority students, students with disabilities, English learners, and low-income students and provides written notification to Congress on such determination.

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H. Amdt. 66Scott, Robert [D-VA3]February 27, 2015Failed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment in the nature of a substitute sought to insert a complete new text providing new funding levels, replacing the mandates of No Child Left Behind, and maintaining civil rights and equity protections that ensure all students graduate from high school college- and career-ready.

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H. Amdt. 54Hurd, Will [R-TX23]July 8, 2015Passed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment expresses the sense of Congress that students' personally identifiable information is important to protect as applied to current law and this Act.

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select this voteH. Amdt. 638Rokita, Todd [R-IN4]July 8, 2015Passed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment sets the authorization from fiscal year 2016 through 2019, shortening it from 6 to 4 years.

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H. Amdt. 639Walker, Mark [R-NC6]July 8, 2015Failed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment sought to insert the text of the A PLUS Act which would send funding under NCLB back to States in the form of block grants, and States would then be able to direct that funding to any education purpose under State law.

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H. Amdt. 640Salmon, Matt [R-AZ5]July 8, 2015Passed by voice vote on July 8, 2015.

Amendment allows any parents to opt their children out of high-stakes testing and would protect schools from being punished by the Federal Department of Education if parents opted to take their children out of these tests.

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H. Amdt. 641Polis, Jared [D-CO2]July 8, 2015Offered on July 7, 2015.

Strike section 112 and insert the following: SEC. 112. STATE PLANS. ***.

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H. Amdt. 642Hurd, Will [R-TX23]July 8, 2015Offered on July 7, 2015.

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Average contributions given to House members from interest groups that…

supported this bill

Average received by House members who

voted YESsort iconvoted NO
Republican/Conservative (split)
Schools & colleges$5,307$16,650
Churches, clergy & religious organizations$532$874
$5,839$17,525

Interest groups that supported this bill gave 67% less to House members that voted YES than to House members that voted NO

opposed this bill

Average received by House members who

voted NOsort iconvoted YES
Republican/Conservative (split)
Democratic/Liberal$31,538$81
Women's issues$16,946$665
Teachers unions$10,151$765
Minority/Ethnic Groups$8,475$1,331
State & local govt employee unions$5,796$55
Other non-physician health practitioners$3,913$3,778
Psychiatrists & psychologists$2,623$1,308
Gay & lesbian rights & issues$2,289$114
Public school teachers, administrators & officials$2,048$494
Health, Education & Human Resources$1,203$1,878
Health & welfare policy$1,082$692
Education$846$560
Children's rights$714$12
Labor Unions$356$0
Native American Tribes$152$186
Human Rights$151$0
Consumer groups$133$9
$88,418$11,929

Interest groups that opposed this bill gave 7.4 times as much to House members that voted NO than to House members that voted YES

3 Organizations Supported and 71 Opposed; See Which Ones

Organizations that took a position on
Student Success Act: On Passage: H R 5 Student Success Act

3 organizations supported this bill

Americans for Prosperity
Gardner, Brent (2015, February 24). AFP Support Student Success Act. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Americans for Prosperity.
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (2015, July 9). National Alliance Statement on House Passage of H.R. 5, the Student Success Act. Retrieved October 16, 2015, from National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (2015, February 4). Orthodox Union Welcomes U.S. House Introduction of Bill to Revamp Federal Education Programs. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Orthodox Union.

71 organizations opposed this bill

ACCSES
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
Advocacy Institute
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
AFL-CIO
Samuel, William (2015, February 26). Letter to Representatives in opposition to the undermining Student Success Act. Retrieved March 11, 2015, from AFL-CIO.
American Association of People with Disabilities
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
American Association of University Women
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
american association on health and disability
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
American Civil Liberties Union
Undersigned (2015, July 7). Oppose HR 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved July 7, 2015, from Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
AFSCME (2015, July 10). House Passes Education Bill. Retrieved July 10, 2015, from AFSCME.
American Federation of Teachers
American Federation of Teachers (2015, February 11). AFT on House Committee Vote on ESEA Bill. Retrieved February 23, 2015, from AFT.
American Foundation for the Blind
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Arc of the United States
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
Association of University Centers on Disabilities
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Autism National Committee
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Brain Injury Association of America
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
Campaign for Liberty
Singleton, Norm (2015, July 8). To ensure no child is left behind, government must stop all children from getting ahead. Retrieved July 9, 2015, from Campaign for Liberty.
Center for American Progress
Center for American Progress (2015, February 11). STATEMENT: House ESEA Bill Shifts Support Away from Low-Income and At-Risk Students and Provides No Accountability for Federal Funds, Says CAP’s Carmel Martin. Retrieved February 18, 2015, from Center for American Progress.
Center for Law and Social Policy
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Children's Defense Fund
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Club for Growth
Roth, Andrew (2015, February 23). Key Vote Alert: “No” on Student Success Act (HR 5). Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Club for Growth.
committee for education funding
Ellerson, Noelle & Packer, Joel (2015, February 9). CEF's Letter on Hr 5 to Congress (Feb. 9). Retrieved May 22, 2015, from Committee for Education Funding.
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
Council for Learning Disabilities
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Democrats for Education Reform
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Easter Seals
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Education Law Center
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
First Focus Campaign for Children
First Focus Campaign for Children (2015, February 10). Student Success Act House Markup. Retrieved February 23, 2015, from First Focus.
Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Heritage Action for America
Vought, Ross (2015, February 13). Reauthorizing NCLB: The Student Success Act (H.R. 5). Retrieved February 18, 2015, from Heritage Action for America.
Higher Education Consortium for Special Education
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 9, 2016, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
Hispanic Education Coalition
Flores, Antonio R., Rodriguez, Eric & Saenz, Thomas A. (2015, July 8). Joint NHLA and HEC Position on H.R. 5, the Student Success Act. Retrieved October 14, 2015, from National Hispanic Leadership Agenda.
Human Rights Campaign
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Institute for Educational Leadership
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
league of united latin american citizens
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Proll, Leslie, George, Janel, Dixon, Monique & Lin-Luse, Monique (2015, February 10). LDF Letter of Opposition to Student Success Act, H. R. 5. Retrieved February 18, 2015, from NAACP LDF.
National Association of Elementary School Principals
National Association of Elementary School Principals (2015, February 19). Principals Press On ESEA During National Leaders Conference. Retrieved March 11, 2015, from National Association of Elementary School Principals.
National Association of School Psychologists
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
National Association of Secondary School Principals
Karhuse, Amanda (2015, February 27). NASSP Scores a Win in the House ESEA Bill. Retrieved March 11, 2015, from Principal's Policy Blog.
National Association of State Head Injury Administrators
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
National Center for Learning Disabilities
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools
Undersigned (2015, July 7). Oppose HR 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved July 7, 2015, from Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
National Center on Time and Learning
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
National Congress of American Indians
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
National Council of La Raza
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
National Council on Independent Living
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
National Council on Teacher Quality
Undersigned (2015, July 7). Oppose HR 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved July 7, 2015, from Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
National Disability Rights Network
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
National Down Syndrome Congress
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
National Down Syndrome Society
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
National Education Association
Kusler, Mary (2015, February 10). Letter to the House Education & the Workforce Committee. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from NEA.
National Hispanic Leadership Agenda
Flores, Antonio R., Rodriguez, Eric & Saenz, Thomas A. (2015, July 8). Joint NHLA and HEC Position on H.R. 5, the Student Success Act. Retrieved October 14, 2015, from National Hispanic Leadership Agenda.
National Urban League
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
National Women's Law Center
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
New Leaders
Undersigned (2015, July 7). Oppose HR 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved July 7, 2015, from Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
New Teacher Project
Undersigned (2015, July 7). Oppose HR 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved July 7, 2015, from Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
Poverty & Race Research Action Council
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Public Advocates
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Stand for Children
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
tash
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Teach Plus
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.
Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
Truth in American Education
Truth in American Education (2015, February 23). Action Alert: Stop the Student Success Act (HR 5). Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Truth in American Education.
United Cerebral Palsy
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities (2015, February 10). CCD Education letter to House Education Committee in opposition to HR 5, a bill to reauthorize the ESEA. Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities.
United Negro College Fund
undersigned organizations (2015, February 10). Oppose H.R. 5: Protect the Needs of Students. Retrieved February 20, 2015, from The Leadership Conference.

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Contributions data source: OpenSecrets.org

Contributions by Legislator

Namesort iconPartyState$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Ralph Lee AbrahamRLA-5$250$7,200Yes
Alma S. AdamsDNC-12$22,640$98,259No
Robert B. AderholtRAL-4$1,250$1,500Yes
Pete AguilarDCA-31$25,688$292,628No
Rick W. AllenRGA-12$0$4,750Yes
Justin AmashIMI-3$250$1,500No
Mark E. AmodeiRNV-2$0$10,150Yes
Brad AshfordDNE-2$19,685$110,119No
Brian BabinRTX-36$760$3,750Yes
Lou BarlettaRPA-11$3,700$6,400Yes
Andy BarrRKY-6$8,800$11,700Yes
Joe BartonRTX-6$750$6,250Yes
Karen BassDCA-37$10,700$24,550No
Joyce BeattyDOH-3$15,933$25,800No
Xavier BecerraDCA-34$3,800$72,050No
Dan BenishekRMI-1$250$3,000Yes
Ami BeraDCA-7$88,248$469,627No
Donald S. Beyer, Jr.DVA-8$19,600$84,565No
Gus M. BilirakisRFL-12$5,550$30,625Yes
Mike BishopRMI-8$1,775$7,200Yes
Rob BishopRUT-1$2,500$3,000Yes
Sanford D. Bishop, Jr.DGA-2$5,750$48,900No
Diane BlackRTN-6$3,600$13,075Yes
Marsha BlackburnRTN-7$11,400$37,250Yes
Rod BlumRIA-1$1,000$1,000Yes
Earl BlumenauerDOR-3$3,334$22,080No
John A. BoehnerROH-8$13,700$31,275Yes
Suzanne BonamiciDOR-1$8,297$31,498No
Mike BostRIL-12$4,283$9,450Yes
Charles W. Boustany Jr.RLA-3$4,350$39,100Yes
Brendan F. BoyleDPA-13$2,610$36,500No
Kevin BradyRTX-8$1,750$31,450Yes
Bob BradyDPA-1$11,850$27,750No
Dave BratRVA-7$5,250$4,620Yes
Jim BridenstineROK-1$700$3,500Yes
Mo BrooksRAL-5$1,000$1,000No
Susan W. BrooksRIN-5$15,800$16,050Yes
Corrine BrownDFL-5$3,500$12,750No
Julia BrownleyDCA-26$34,960$531,574No
Vern BuchananRFL-16$1,000$10,750Yes
Ken BuckRCO-4$1,000$-2,000No
Larry BucshonRIN-8$3,600$7,500Yes
Michael C. BurgessRTX-26$1,450$28,550Yes
Cheri BustosDIL-17$61,877$418,394No
George "G.K." ButterfieldDNC-1$5,000$37,000No
Bradley ByrneRAL-1$8,175$2,250Yes
Ken CalvertRCA-42$2,000$7,000Yes
Lois CappsDCA-24$0$2,000No
Mike CapuanoDMA-7$2,500$12,900No
John C. Carney Jr.DDE$500$7,800No
André CarsonDIN-7$11,575$29,025No
Earl L. "Buddy" CarterRGA-1$3,140$9,250Yes
John R. CarterRTX-31$2,500$1,704Yes
Matt CartwrightDPA-17$6,450$25,750No
Kathy CastorDFL-14$8,300$24,671No
Joaquin CastroDTX-20$12,125$61,450No
Steve ChabotROH-1$600$1,500Yes
Jason ChaffetzRUT-3$500$6,400Yes
Judy ChuDCA-27$1,900$59,950No
David N. CicillineDRI-1$20,025$56,296No
Katherine M. ClarkDMA-5$13,190$116,232No
Yvette D. ClarkeDNY-9$10,700$34,950No
Curt ClawsonRFL-19$200$1,250No
William Lacy ClayDMO-1$0$25,750No
Emanuel CleaverDMO-5$3,350$29,750No
Jim ClyburnDSC-6$13,084$42,795No
Mike CoffmanRCO-6$8,850$29,206Yes
Steve CohenDTN-9$500$20,250No
Tom ColeROK-4$6,700$34,605Yes
Chris CollinsRNY-27$500$8,500Yes
Doug CollinsRGA-9$2,250$3,550Yes
Barbara ComstockRVA-10$14,125$53,800Yes
K. "Mike" ConawayRTX-11$5,900$6,950Yes
Gerry ConnollyDVA-11$10,766$92,526No
John Conyers, Jr.DMI-13$750$30,943No
Paul CookRCA-8$1,100$24,000Yes
Jim CooperDTN-5$14,350$36,050No
Jim CostaDCA-16$11,350$56,036No
Ryan A. CostelloRPA-6$2,500$21,681Yes
Joe CourtneyDCT-2$10,545$68,405No
Kevin CramerRND$15,300$9,000Yes
Eric A. "Rick" CrawfordRAR-1$500$0Yes
Ander CrenshawRFL-4$1,000$2,500Yes
Joe CrowleyDNY-14$8,900$49,070No
Henry CuellarDTX-28$6,250$27,000No
John Abney CulbersonRTX-7$1,750$3,750Not Voting
Elijah E. CummingsDMD-7$19,800$31,575No
Carlos CurbeloRFL-26$11,700$27,865Yes
Tony CárdenasDCA-29$3,950$100,604No
Danny K. DavisDIL-7$1,000$35,850No
Rodney DavisRIL-13$1,770$15,200Yes
Susan A. DavisDCA-53$1,950$39,900No
Peter A. DeFazioDOR-4$3,603$11,970No
Diana DeGetteDCO-1$4,050$202,219No
Rosa L. DeLauroDCT-3$23,250$98,790No
Ron DeSantisRFL-6$8,725$9,500No
Mark DeSaulnierDCA-11$1,975$60,015No
Suzan K. DelBeneDWA-1$17,891$145,565No
John K. DelaneyDMD-6$9,150$29,300No
Jeff DenhamRCA-10$6,400$15,200Yes
Charlie DentRPA-15$3,150$16,131Yes
Scott DesJarlaisRTN-4$12,600$10,900No
Theodore E. DeutchDFL-21$5,050$38,380No
Mario Diaz-BalartRFL-25$1,500$10,000Yes
Debbie DingellDMI-12$15,614$27,050No
Lloyd DoggettDTX-35$16,286$33,000No
Robert J. DoldRIL-10$16,050$34,831Yes
Daniel M. Donovan, Jr.RNY-11$8,900$12,250Yes
Mike DoyleDPA-14$8,635$22,667No
Tammy DuckworthDIL-8$206,480$2,055,512No
Sean P. DuffyRWI-7$3,700$2,000Yes
Jeff DuncanRSC-3$4,074$2,409Yes
John "Jimmy" DuncanRTN-2$0$1,000Yes
Donna F. EdwardsDMD-4$87,878$753,617No
Keith EllisonDMN-5$22,422$167,401No
Renee L. EllmersRNC-2$1,000$27,000Yes
Tom EmmerRMN-6$5,700$95Yes
Eliot L. EngelDNY-16$28,250$50,700No
Anna G. EshooDCA-18$16,750$30,300No
Elizabeth H. EstyDCT-5$47,625$171,801No
Blake FarentholdRTX-27$1,000$2,000Yes
Sam FarrDCA-20$0$4,000No
Chaka FattahDPA-2$3,300$17,000No
Stephen Lee FincherRTN-8$0$1,000Yes
Mike FitzpatrickRPA-8$0$0Yes
Charles J. "Chuck" FleischmannRTN-3$12,100$7,500Yes
John FlemingRLA-4$2,000$15,487No
Bill FloresRTX-17$12,000$7,750Yes
J. "Randy" ForbesRVA-4$20,022$8,535Yes
Jeff FortenberryRNE-1$6,400$1,000Yes
George "Bill" FosterDIL-11$407,117$270,141No
Virginia FoxxRNC-5$50,125$23,800Yes
Lois FrankelDFL-22$20,425$65,220No
Trent FranksRAZ-8$250$500Yes
Rodney P. FrelinghuysenRNJ-11$5,850$1,750Yes
Marcia L. FudgeDOH-11$250$34,250No
Tulsi GabbardDHI-2$5,871$93,268No
Ruben GallegoDAZ-7$2,880$19,220No
John GaramendiDCA-3$4,070$53,019No
Ernest Scott GarrettRNJ-5$6,960$5,350Yes
Bob GibbsROH-7$1,000$1,000Yes
Christopher P. GibsonRNY-19$0$0No
Louie GohmertRTX-1$4,250$1,000No
Bob GoodlatteRVA-6$6,200$1,750Yes
Paul A. GosarRAZ-4$300$3,500Yes
Trey GowdyRSC-4$1,435$2,275Yes
Gwen GrahamDFL-2$21,560$120,979No
Kay GrangerRTX-12$8,825$9,170Yes
Garret GravesRLA-6$500$2,500No
Sam GravesRMO-6$0$9,500No
John "Tom" GravesRGA-14$0$8,650Yes
Alan GraysonDFL-9$63,218$628,339No
Al GreenDTX-9$20,700$13,800No
Raymond "Gene" GreenDTX-29$1,750$41,000No
H. Morgan GriffithRVA-9$850$3,900Yes
Raúl M. GrijalvaDAZ-3$1,100$54,020No
Glenn GrothmanRWI-6$5,000$1,551Yes
Frank C. GuintaRNH-1$350$11,819Yes
Steven Brett GuthrieRKY-2$0$36,750Yes
Luis V. GutiérrezDIL-4$750$29,140No
Janice HahnDCA-44$0$0No
Richard L. HannaRNY-22$500$4,000Yes
Cresent HardyRNV-4$1,000$2,000Yes
Gregg HarperRMS-3$2,750$13,000Yes
Andy HarrisRMD-1$18,300$6,800Yes
Vicky HartzlerRMO-4$8,400$500Yes
Alcee L. HastingsDFL-20$10,000$27,250No
Denny HeckDWA-10$10,435$45,841No
Joseph J. HeckRNV-3$57,258$42,431Yes
Jeb HensarlingRTX-5$3,950$3,630Yes
Jaime Herrera BeutlerRWA-3$1,790$15,785Yes
Jody B. HiceRGA-10$1,000$0No
Brian HigginsDNY-26$4,535$16,880No
J. French HillRAR-2$12,625$5,350Yes
Jim HimesDCT-4$8,105$60,540No
Rubén HinojosaDTX-15$0$2,000No
George HoldingRNC-13$850$12,850Yes
Mike HondaDCA-17$30,883$305,726No
Steny H. HoyerDMD-5$7,500$74,290No
Richard HudsonRNC-8$2,900$9,200Yes
Tim HuelskampRKS-1$2,825$400No
Jared HuffmanDCA-2$375$34,465No
Bill HuizengaRMI-2$1,400$2,045Yes
Randy HultgrenRIL-14$250$0Yes
Duncan HunterRCA-50$700$4,550Yes
Will HurdRTX-23$21,145$11,500Yes
Robert HurtRVA-5$3,627$2,500Yes
Steve IsraelDNY-3$3,822$23,900No
Darrell E. IssaRCA-49$6,950$9,850Yes
Sheila Jackson LeeDTX-18$5,700$19,700No
Hakeem S. JeffriesDNY-8$6,000$30,750No
Evan H. JenkinsRWV-3$3,250$2,800Yes
Lynn JenkinsRKS-2$1,500$30,300Yes
Bill JohnsonROH-6$5,650$7,500Yes
Eddie Bernice JohnsonDTX-30$250$14,450No
Henry "Hank" JohnsonDGA-4$1,200$18,680No
Sam JohnsonRTX-3$0$7,325Yes
David W. JollyRFL-13$16,350$3,000Yes
Walter B. JonesRNC-3$750$62,175No
Jim JordanROH-4$1,000$0No
David P. JoyceROH-14$5,000$14,000No
Marcy KapturDOH-9$6,200$28,850No
John KatkoRNY-24$8,575$30,240Yes
William R. KeatingDMA-9$3,850$45,890No
Mike KellyRPA-3$5,740$10,900Yes
Robin L. KellyDIL-2$7,350$37,100No
Trent KellyRMS-1$4,700$7,400Yes
Joseph P. Kennedy IIIDMA-4$30,461$78,101No
Daniel T. KildeeDMI-5$6,655$27,870No
Derek KilmerDWA-6$20,290$99,010No
Ron KindDWI-3$6,086$44,474No
Pete KingRNY-2$1,300$12,400Yes
Steve KingRIA-4$775$0Yes
Adam KinzingerRIL-16$750$9,500Yes
Ann KirkpatrickDAZ-1$150,921$1,517,346No
John KlineRMN-2$49,300$0Yes
Stephen KnightRCA-25$2,900$5,650Yes
Ann M. KusterDNH-2$71,641$365,316No
Doug LaMalfaRCA-1$470$2,000Yes
Raúl R. LabradorRID-1$4,450$2,000Yes
Doug LambornRCO-5$0$0Yes
Leonard LanceRNJ-7$3,500$12,000Yes
Jim LangevinDRI-2$7,825$28,500No
Rick LarsenDWA-2$2,390$27,715No
John B. LarsonDCT-1$4,745$29,075No
Bob LattaROH-5$7,725$1,250Yes
Brenda L. LawrenceDMI-14$3,750$23,775No
Barbara LeeDCA-13$21,910$111,326No
Sandy LevinDMI-9$2,650$62,000No
John LewisDGA-5$10,200$34,915No
Ted LieuDCA-33$12,150$102,650No
Dan LipinskiDIL-3$7,900$14,500No
Frank A. LoBiondoRNJ-2$1,000$14,381No
Dave LoebsackDIA-2$42,584$97,483No
Zoe LofgrenDCA-19$12,450$41,575Not Voting
Billy LongRMO-7$5,400$5,750Yes
Barry LoudermilkRGA-11$850$3,500Yes
Mia B. LoveRUT-4$7,218$23,298Yes
Alan S. LowenthalDCA-47$5,819$34,400No
Nita M. LoweyDNY-17$20,000$47,100No
Frank D. LucasROK-3$2,085$8,700Yes
Blaine LuetkemeyerRMO-3$1,250$3,000Yes
Michelle Lujan GrishamDNM-1$20,123$57,200No
Ben Ray LujánDNM-3$14,500$68,764No
Cynthia M. LummisRWY$0$0Yes
Stephen F. LynchDMA-8$1,950$14,750No
Thomas MacArthurRNJ-3$1,650$10,781Yes
Carolyn B. MaloneyDNY-12$19,686$23,555No
Sean Patrick MaloneyDNY-18$28,650$189,259No
Kenny MarchantRTX-24$0$0Yes
Tom MarinoRPA-10$1,000$10,700Yes
Thomas MassieRKY-4$0$2,900No
Doris O. MatsuiDCA-6$6,450$46,800No
Kevin McCarthyRCA-23$12,750$56,350Yes
Michael T. McCaulRTX-10$4,000$5,800Yes
Tom McClintockRCA-4$590$5,400Yes
Betty McCollumDMN-4$5,800$53,180No
Jim McDermottDWA-7$750$19,450No
Jim McGovernDMA-2$12,650$35,875No
Patrick T. McHenryRNC-10$3,525$1,500Yes
David B. McKinleyRWV-1$2,950$12,000Yes
Cathy McMorris RodgersRWA-5$17,335$40,375Yes
Jerry McNerneyDCA-9$26,050$45,910No
Martha McSallyRAZ-2$12,413$36,750Yes
Mark MeadowsRNC-11$0$1,380No
Patrick MeehanRPA-7$3,250$45,475Yes
Gregory W. MeeksDNY-5$1,050$18,750No
Grace MengDNY-6$10,450$37,900No
Luke MesserRIN-6$4,850$3,600Yes
John L. MicaRFL-7$5,400$800Yes
Candice S. MillerRMI-10$0$0Yes
Jeff MillerRFL-1$4,450$4,500No
John R. MoolenaarRMI-4$5,940$7,500Yes
Alexander X. MooneyRWV-2$8,050$5,500Yes
Gwen MooreDWI-4$9,400$24,925No
Seth MoultonDMA-6$37,710$81,568No
Markwayne MullinROK-2$3,000$7,500Yes
Mick MulvaneyRSC-5$500$2,200Yes
Patrick MurphyDFL-18$92,018$478,979No
Tim MurphyRPA-18$11,950$40,750Yes
Jerry NadlerDNY-10$16,551$86,125No
Grace F. NapolitanoDCA-32$1,500$90,250No
Richard E. NealDMA-1$500$32,250No
Robert "Randy" NeugebauerRTX-19$0$0Yes
Dan NewhouseRWA-4$2,450$4,200Yes
Kristi L. NoemRSD$1,000$18,150Yes
Richard M. NolanDMN-8$10,634$194,895No
Donald NorcrossDNJ-1$18,450$53,062No
Richard B. NugentRFL-11$0$1,000Yes
Devin NunesRCA-22$4,500$39,400Yes
Pete OlsonRTX-22$500$4,125Yes
Beto O’RourkeDTX-16$6,730$5,251No
Steven M. PalazzoRMS-4$0$500Yes
Frank Pallone, Jr.DNJ-6$4,500$74,400No
Gary J. PalmerRAL-6$5,250$0Yes
Bill PascrellDNJ-9$1,800$35,250No
Erik PaulsenRMN-3$6,500$53,514Yes
Donald M. Payne, Jr.DNJ-10$2,100$16,500No
Steve PearceRNM-2$650$14,250Yes
Nancy PelosiDCA-12$31,277$530,399No
Ed PerlmutterDCO-7$2,908$72,695No
Scott PerryRPA-4$100$4,000Yes
Scott H. PetersDCA-52$46,743$289,640No
Collin C. PetersonDMN-7$750$23,750No
Rochelle "Chellie" PingreeDME-1$9,827$20,110No
Robert PittengerRNC-9$1,500$0Yes
Joe PittsRPA-16$500$17,500Yes
Mark PocanDWI-2$21,681$73,068No
Lloyd "Ted" PoeRTX-2$500$1,000Yes
Bruce PoliquinRME-2$1,750$7,900Yes
Jared PolisDCO-2$8,975$20,200No
Mike PompeoRKS-4$2,700$9,300Yes
Bill PoseyRFL-8$1,750$3,250Yes
David E. PriceDNC-4$38,175$30,850No
Tom PriceRGA-6$9,125$13,100Yes
Mike QuigleyDIL-5$12,250$25,100No
Charlie RangelDNY-13$4,375$2,500No
John RatcliffeRTX-4$250$6,800Yes
Tom ReedRNY-23$10,303$6,000Yes
David G. ReichertRWA-8$2,500$10,550Yes
James B. RenacciROH-16$3,188$15,700Yes
Reid J. RibbleRWI-8$2,700$500Yes
Kathleen M. RiceDNY-4$4,265$55,403No
Tom RiceRSC-7$750$2,250Yes
Cedric L. RichmondDLA-2$2,250$27,000No
E. Scott RigellRVA-2$2,000$1Yes
Martha RobyRAL-2$8,000$7,000Yes
David "Phil" RoeRTN-1$0$3,500Yes
Harold "Hal" RogersRKY-5$2,900$3,000Yes
Mike D. RogersRAL-3$4,050$400Yes
Dana RohrabacherRCA-48$1,150$7,400No
Todd RokitaRIN-4$12,500$21,350Yes
Tom RooneyRFL-17$0$2,000Yes
Ileana Ros-LehtinenRFL-27$6,550$27,630Yes
Peter J. RoskamRIL-6$11,585$8,500Yes
Dennis A. RossRFL-15$4,250$1,200Yes
Keith J. RothfusRPA-12$27,950$6,940No
David RouzerRNC-7$1,000$3,600Yes
Lucille Roybal-AllardDCA-40$9,700$30,250No
Ed RoyceRCA-39$19,900$58,000Yes
Raul RuizDCA-36$42,341$369,425No
C.A. "Dutch" RuppersbergerDMD-2$14,850$29,250No
Bobby L. RushDIL-1$0$22,000No
Steve RussellROK-5$1,150$500Yes
Paul D. RyanRWI-1$96,205$106,415Yes
Tim RyanDOH-13$4,575$31,200No
Matt SalmonRAZ-5$3,000$8,250Yes
Loretta SanchezDCA-46$50,464$225,431No
Mark SanfordRSC-1$0$1,000No
John P. SarbanesDMD-3$41,950$6,950No
Steve ScaliseRLA-1$700$14,750Yes
Jan SchakowskyDIL-9$23,495$51,350No
Adam B. SchiffDCA-28$4,750$42,850No
Kurt SchraderDOR-5$4,100$54,675No
David SchweikertRAZ-6$0$3,750Yes
Austin ScottRGA-8$0$4,000Yes
David ScottDGA-13$500$50,000No
Bobby ScottDVA-3$4,350$45,900No
F. "Jim" SensenbrennerRWI-5$0$0No
José E. SerranoDNY-15$12,000$31,500No
Pete SessionsRTX-32$5,300$28,400Yes
Terri A. SewellDAL-7$7,750$26,915No
Brad ShermanDCA-30$5,350$46,850Not Voting
John ShimkusRIL-15$2,000$38,000Yes
Bill ShusterRPA-9$5,250$2,500Yes
Mike SimpsonRID-2$3,200$9,000Yes
Kyrsten SinemaDAZ-9$40,524$358,687No
Albio SiresDNJ-8$1,250$45,200No
Louise McIntosh SlaughterDNY-25$24,594$142,583No
David Adam SmithDWA-9$1,000$45,925No
Adrian SmithRNE-3$0$2,000Yes
Chris SmithRNJ-4$4,749$2,600Yes
Jason SmithRMO-8$995$7,000Yes
Lamar SmithRTX-21$5,300$2,500Yes
Karen "Jackie" SpeierDCA-14$8,900$19,300No
Elise M. StefanikRNY-21$22,746$36,215Yes
Chris StewartRUT-2$2,750$3,000Yes
Steve StiversROH-15$3,570$12,250Yes
Marlin A. StutzmanRIN-3$15,885$9,750No
Eric SwalwellDCA-15$8,615$74,787No
Linda T. SánchezDCA-38$690$53,804No
Mark TakaiDHI-1$3,648$41,878No
Mark TakanoDCA-41$31,426$86,031No
Bennie G. ThompsonDMS-2$2,600$16,750No
Glenn ThompsonRPA-5$13,600$30,500Yes
C. Mike ThompsonDCA-5$3,525$79,477No
William "Mac" ThornberryRTX-13$1,500$18,025Yes
Pat TiberiROH-12$13,900$41,800Yes
Scott R. TiptonRCO-3$10,100$10,700Yes
Alice "Dina" TitusDNV-1$8,850$28,900No
Paul TonkoDNY-20$5,875$53,856No
Norma J. TorresDCA-35$1,500$41,625No
David A. TrottRMI-11$8,050$4,500Yes
Niki TsongasDMA-3$13,660$68,387No
Mike TurnerROH-10$500$14,000Yes
Fred UptonRMI-6$8,438$61,750Yes
David G. ValadaoRCA-21$1,500$20,800Yes
Chris Van HollenDMD-8$490,661$482,334No
Juan VargasDCA-51$2,430$44,700No
Marc A. VeaseyDTX-33$5,350$36,200No
Filemon VelaDTX-34$1,500$41,200No
Nydia M. VelázquezDNY-7$9,500$53,700No
Pete ViscloskyDIN-1$1,500$14,000No
Ann WagnerRMO-2$3,750$8,300Yes
Tim WalbergRMI-7$14,278$15,500Yes
Greg WaldenROR-2$0$15,900Yes
Mark WalkerRNC-6$10,040$1,000Yes
Jackie WalorskiRIN-2$8,725$18,525Yes
Mimi WaltersRCA-45$8,850$30,575Yes
Tim WalzDMN-1$5,775$61,500No
Debbie Wasserman SchultzDFL-23$37,409$249,389No
Maxine WatersDCA-43$2,625$19,550No
Bonnie Watson ColemanDNJ-12$17,475$103,763No
Randy K. Weber, Sr.RTX-14$2,500$3,250Yes
Daniel WebsterRFL-10$28,900$600Yes
Peter WelchDVT$5,300$37,950No
Brad R. WenstrupROH-2$3,300$2,000No
Bruce WestermanRAR-4$250$1,500Yes
Lynn A. WestmorelandRGA-3$1,250$1,802Yes
Ed WhitfieldRKY-1$0$10,000Yes
Roger WilliamsRTX-25$11,150$1,000Yes
Frederica S. WilsonDFL-24$1,000$29,000No
Addison "Joe" WilsonRSC-2$3,785$12,750Yes
Robert J. WittmanRVA-1$2,350$6,000Yes
Steve WomackRAR-3$2,150$0Yes
Rob WoodallRGA-7$1,300$0Yes
John A. YarmuthDKY-3$5,200$15,800No
Kevin YoderRKS-3$0$35,650Yes
Ted S. YohoRFL-3$1,850$875No
David YoungRIA-3$4,500$13,750Yes
Don YoungRAK$750$13,400Yes
Todd YoungRIN-9$60,583$16,200Yes
Lee M. ZeldinRNY-1$5,450$46,761Yes
Ryan K. ZinkeRMT$7,580$13,630Yes

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Legislator Filters
Legislator Filters
NamePartyState$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Ralph Lee AbrahamRLA-5$250$7,200Yes
Alma S. AdamsDNC-12$22,640$98,259No
Robert B. AderholtRAL-4$1,250$1,500Yes
Pete AguilarDCA-31$25,688$292,628No
Rick W. AllenRGA-12$0$4,750Yes
Justin AmashIMI-3$250$1,500No
Mark E. AmodeiRNV-2$0$10,150Yes
Brad AshfordDNE-2$19,685$110,119No
Brian BabinRTX-36$760$3,750Yes
Lou BarlettaRPA-11$3,700$6,400Yes
Andy BarrRKY-6$8,800$11,700Yes
Joe BartonRTX-6$750$6,250Yes
Karen BassDCA-37$10,700$24,550No
Joyce BeattyDOH-3$15,933$25,800No
Xavier BecerraDCA-34$3,800$72,050No
Dan BenishekRMI-1$250$3,000Yes
Ami BeraDCA-7$88,248$469,627No
Donald S. Beyer, Jr.DVA-8$19,600$84,565No
Gus M. BilirakisRFL-12$5,550$30,625Yes
Mike BishopRMI-8$1,775$7,200Yes
Rob BishopRUT-1$2,500$3,000Yes
Sanford D. Bishop, Jr.DGA-2$5,750$48,900No
Diane BlackRTN-6$3,600$13,075Yes
Marsha BlackburnRTN-7$11,400$37,250Yes
Rod BlumRIA-1$1,000$1,000Yes
Earl BlumenauerDOR-3$3,334$22,080No
John A. BoehnerROH-8$13,700$31,275Yes
Suzanne BonamiciDOR-1$8,297$31,498No
Mike BostRIL-12$4,283$9,450Yes
Charles W. Boustany Jr.RLA-3$4,350$39,100Yes
Brendan F. BoyleDPA-13$2,610$36,500No
Kevin BradyRTX-8$1,750$31,450Yes
Bob BradyDPA-1$11,850$27,750No
Dave BratRVA-7$5,250$4,620Yes
Jim BridenstineROK-1$700$3,500Yes
Mo BrooksRAL-5$1,000$1,000No
Susan W. BrooksRIN-5$15,800$16,050Yes
Corrine BrownDFL-5$3,500$12,750No
Julia BrownleyDCA-26$34,960$531,574No
Vern BuchananRFL-16$1,000$10,750Yes
Ken BuckRCO-4$1,000$-2,000No
Larry BucshonRIN-8$3,600$7,500Yes
Michael C. BurgessRTX-26$1,450$28,550Yes
Cheri BustosDIL-17$61,877$418,394No
George "G.K." ButterfieldDNC-1$5,000$37,000No
Bradley ByrneRAL-1$8,175$2,250Yes
Ken CalvertRCA-42$2,000$7,000Yes
Lois CappsDCA-24$0$2,000No
Mike CapuanoDMA-7$2,500$12,900No
John C. Carney Jr.DDE$500$7,800No
André CarsonDIN-7$11,575$29,025No
Earl L. "Buddy" CarterRGA-1$3,140$9,250Yes
John R. CarterRTX-31$2,500$1,704Yes
Matt CartwrightDPA-17$6,450$25,750No
Kathy CastorDFL-14$8,300$24,671No
Joaquin CastroDTX-20$12,125$61,450No
Steve ChabotROH-1$600$1,500Yes
Jason ChaffetzRUT-3$500$6,400Yes
Judy ChuDCA-27$1,900$59,950No
David N. CicillineDRI-1$20,025$56,296No
Katherine M. ClarkDMA-5$13,190$116,232No
Yvette D. ClarkeDNY-9$10,700$34,950No
Curt ClawsonRFL-19$200$1,250No
William Lacy ClayDMO-1$0$25,750No
Emanuel CleaverDMO-5$3,350$29,750No
Jim ClyburnDSC-6$13,084$42,795No
Mike CoffmanRCO-6$8,850$29,206Yes
Steve CohenDTN-9$500$20,250No
Tom ColeROK-4$6,700$34,605Yes
Chris CollinsRNY-27$500$8,500Yes
Doug CollinsRGA-9$2,250$3,550Yes
Barbara ComstockRVA-10$14,125$53,800Yes
K. "Mike" ConawayRTX-11$5,900$6,950Yes
Gerry ConnollyDVA-11$10,766$92,526No
John Conyers, Jr.DMI-13$750$30,943No
Paul CookRCA-8$1,100$24,000Yes
Jim CooperDTN-5$14,350$36,050No
Jim CostaDCA-16$11,350$56,036No
Ryan A. CostelloRPA-6$2,500$21,681Yes
Joe CourtneyDCT-2$10,545$68,405No
Kevin CramerRND$15,300$9,000Yes
Eric A. "Rick" CrawfordRAR-1$500$0Yes
Ander CrenshawRFL-4$1,000$2,500Yes
Joe CrowleyDNY-14$8,900$49,070No
Henry CuellarDTX-28$6,250$27,000No
John Abney CulbersonRTX-7$1,750$3,750Not Voting
Elijah E. CummingsDMD-7$19,800$31,575No
Carlos CurbeloRFL-26$11,700$27,865Yes
Tony CárdenasDCA-29$3,950$100,604No
Danny K. DavisDIL-7$1,000$35,850No
Rodney DavisRIL-13$1,770$15,200Yes
Susan A. DavisDCA-53$1,950$39,900No
Peter A. DeFazioDOR-4$3,603$11,970No
Diana DeGetteDCO-1$4,050$202,219No
Rosa L. DeLauroDCT-3$23,250$98,790No
Ron DeSantisRFL-6$8,725$9,500No
Mark DeSaulnierDCA-11$1,975$60,015No
Suzan K. DelBeneDWA-1$17,891$145,565No
John K. DelaneyDMD-6$9,150$29,300No
Jeff DenhamRCA-10$6,400$15,200Yes
Charlie DentRPA-15$3,150$16,131Yes
Scott DesJarlaisRTN-4$12,600$10,900No
Theodore E. DeutchDFL-21$5,050$38,380No
Mario Diaz-BalartRFL-25$1,500$10,000Yes
Debbie DingellDMI-12$15,614$27,050No
Lloyd DoggettDTX-35$16,286$33,000No
Robert J. DoldRIL-10$16,050$34,831Yes
Daniel M. Donovan, Jr.RNY-11$8,900$12,250Yes
Mike DoyleDPA-14$8,635$22,667No
Tammy DuckworthDIL-8$206,480$2,055,512No
Sean P. DuffyRWI-7$3,700$2,000Yes
Jeff DuncanRSC-3$4,074$2,409Yes
John "Jimmy" DuncanRTN-2$0$1,000Yes
Donna F. EdwardsDMD-4$87,878$753,617No
Keith EllisonDMN-5$22,422$167,401No
Renee L. EllmersRNC-2$1,000$27,000Yes
Tom EmmerRMN-6$5,700$95Yes
Eliot L. EngelDNY-16$28,250$50,700No
Anna G. EshooDCA-18$16,750$30,300No
Elizabeth H. EstyDCT-5$47,625$171,801No
Blake FarentholdRTX-27$1,000$2,000Yes
Sam FarrDCA-20$0$4,000No
Chaka FattahDPA-2$3,300$17,000No
Stephen Lee FincherRTN-8$0$1,000Yes
Mike FitzpatrickRPA-8$0$0Yes
Charles J. "Chuck" FleischmannRTN-3$12,100$7,500Yes
John FlemingRLA-4$2,000$15,487No
Bill FloresRTX-17$12,000$7,750Yes
J. "Randy" ForbesRVA-4$20,022$8,535Yes
Jeff FortenberryRNE-1$6,400$1,000Yes
George "Bill" FosterDIL-11$407,117$270,141No
Virginia FoxxRNC-5$50,125$23,800Yes
Lois FrankelDFL-22$20,425$65,220No
Trent FranksRAZ-8$250$500Yes
Rodney P. FrelinghuysenRNJ-11$5,850$1,750Yes
Marcia L. FudgeDOH-11$250$34,250No
Tulsi GabbardDHI-2$5,871$93,268No
Ruben GallegoDAZ-7$2,880$19,220No
John GaramendiDCA-3$4,070$53,019No
Ernest Scott GarrettRNJ-5$6,960$5,350Yes
Bob GibbsROH-7$1,000$1,000Yes
Christopher P. GibsonRNY-19$0$0No
Louie GohmertRTX-1$4,250$1,000No
Bob GoodlatteRVA-6$6,200$1,750Yes
Paul A. GosarRAZ-4$300$3,500Yes
Trey GowdyRSC-4$1,435$2,275Yes
Gwen GrahamDFL-2$21,560$120,979No
Kay GrangerRTX-12$8,825$9,170Yes
Garret GravesRLA-6$500$2,500No
Sam GravesRMO-6$0$9,500No
John "Tom" GravesRGA-14$0$8,650Yes
Alan GraysonDFL-9$63,218$628,339No
Al GreenDTX-9$20,700$13,800No
Raymond "Gene" GreenDTX-29$1,750$41,000No
H. Morgan GriffithRVA-9$850$3,900Yes
Raúl M. GrijalvaDAZ-3$1,100$54,020No
Glenn GrothmanRWI-6$5,000$1,551Yes
Frank C. GuintaRNH-1$350$11,819Yes
Steven Brett GuthrieRKY-2$0$36,750Yes
Luis V. GutiérrezDIL-4$750$29,140No
Janice HahnDCA-44$0$0No
Richard L. HannaRNY-22$500$4,000Yes
Cresent HardyRNV-4$1,000$2,000Yes
Gregg HarperRMS-3$2,750$13,000Yes
Andy HarrisRMD-1$18,300$6,800Yes
Vicky HartzlerRMO-4$8,400$500Yes
Alcee L. HastingsDFL-20$10,000$27,250No
Denny HeckDWA-10$10,435$45,841No
Joseph J. HeckRNV-3$57,258$42,431Yes
Jeb HensarlingRTX-5$3,950$3,630Yes
Jaime Herrera BeutlerRWA-3$1,790$15,785Yes
Jody B. HiceRGA-10$1,000$0No
Brian HigginsDNY-26$4,535$16,880No
J. French HillRAR-2$12,625$5,350Yes
Jim HimesDCT-4$8,105$60,540No
Rubén HinojosaDTX-15$0$2,000No
George HoldingRNC-13$850$12,850Yes
Mike HondaDCA-17$30,883$305,726No
Steny H. HoyerDMD-5$7,500$74,290No
Richard HudsonRNC-8$2,900$9,200Yes
Tim HuelskampRKS-1$2,825$400No
Jared HuffmanDCA-2$375$34,465No
Bill HuizengaRMI-2$1,400$2,045Yes
Randy HultgrenRIL-14$250$0Yes
Duncan HunterRCA-50$700$4,550Yes
Will HurdRTX-23$21,145$11,500Yes
Robert HurtRVA-5$3,627$2,500Yes
Steve IsraelDNY-3$3,822$23,900No
Darrell E. IssaRCA-49$6,950$9,850Yes
Sheila Jackson LeeDTX-18$5,700$19,700No
Hakeem S. JeffriesDNY-8$6,000$30,750No
Evan H. JenkinsRWV-3$3,250$2,800Yes
Lynn JenkinsRKS-2$1,500$30,300Yes
Bill JohnsonROH-6$5,650$7,500Yes
Eddie Bernice JohnsonDTX-30$250$14,450No
Henry "Hank" JohnsonDGA-4$1,200$18,680No
Sam JohnsonRTX-3$0$7,325Yes
David W. JollyRFL-13$16,350$3,000Yes
Walter B. JonesRNC-3$750$62,175No
Jim JordanROH-4$1,000$0No
David P. JoyceROH-14$5,000$14,000No
Marcy KapturDOH-9$6,200$28,850No
John KatkoRNY-24$8,575$30,240Yes
William R. KeatingDMA-9$3,850$45,890No
Mike KellyRPA-3$5,740$10,900Yes
Robin L. KellyDIL-2$7,350$37,100No
Trent KellyRMS-1$4,700$7,400Yes
Joseph P. Kennedy IIIDMA-4$30,461$78,101No
Daniel T. KildeeDMI-5$6,655$27,870No
Derek KilmerDWA-6$20,290$99,010No
Ron KindDWI-3$6,086$44,474No
Pete KingRNY-2$1,300$12,400Yes
Steve KingRIA-4$775$0Yes
Adam KinzingerRIL-16$750$9,500Yes
Ann KirkpatrickDAZ-1$150,921$1,517,346No
John KlineRMN-2$49,300$0Yes
Stephen KnightRCA-25$2,900$5,650Yes
Ann M. KusterDNH-2$71,641$365,316No
Doug LaMalfaRCA-1$470$2,000Yes
Raúl R. LabradorRID-1$4,450$2,000Yes
Doug LambornRCO-5$0$0Yes
Leonard LanceRNJ-7$3,500$12,000Yes
Jim LangevinDRI-2$7,825$28,500No
Rick LarsenDWA-2$2,390$27,715No
John B. LarsonDCT-1$4,745$29,075No
Bob LattaROH-5$7,725$1,250Yes
Brenda L. LawrenceDMI-14$3,750$23,775No
Barbara LeeDCA-13$21,910$111,326No
Sandy LevinDMI-9$2,650$62,000No
John LewisDGA-5$10,200$34,915No
Ted LieuDCA-33$12,150$102,650No
Dan LipinskiDIL-3$7,900$14,500No
Frank A. LoBiondoRNJ-2$1,000$14,381No
Dave LoebsackDIA-2$42,584$97,483No
Zoe LofgrenDCA-19$12,450$41,575Not Voting
Billy LongRMO-7$5,400$5,750Yes
Barry LoudermilkRGA-11$850$3,500Yes
Mia B. LoveRUT-4$7,218$23,298Yes
Alan S. LowenthalDCA-47$5,819$34,400No
Nita M. LoweyDNY-17$20,000$47,100No
Frank D. LucasROK-3$2,085$8,700Yes
Blaine LuetkemeyerRMO-3$1,250$3,000Yes
Michelle Lujan GrishamDNM-1$20,123$57,200No
Ben Ray LujánDNM-3$14,500$68,764No
Cynthia M. LummisRWY$0$0Yes
Stephen F. LynchDMA-8$1,950$14,750No
Thomas MacArthurRNJ-3$1,650$10,781Yes
Carolyn B. MaloneyDNY-12$19,686$23,555No
Sean Patrick MaloneyDNY-18$28,650$189,259No
Kenny MarchantRTX-24$0$0Yes
Tom MarinoRPA-10$1,000$10,700Yes
Thomas MassieRKY-4$0$2,900No
Doris O. MatsuiDCA-6$6,450$46,800No
Kevin McCarthyRCA-23$12,750$56,350Yes
Michael T. McCaulRTX-10$4,000$5,800Yes
Tom McClintockRCA-4$590$5,400Yes
Betty McCollumDMN-4$5,800$53,180No
Jim McDermottDWA-7$750$19,450No
Jim McGovernDMA-2$12,650$35,875No
Patrick T. McHenryRNC-10$3,525$1,500Yes
David B. McKinleyRWV-1$2,950$12,000Yes
Cathy McMorris RodgersRWA-5$17,335$40,375Yes
Jerry McNerneyDCA-9$26,050$45,910No
Martha McSallyRAZ-2$12,413$36,750Yes
Mark MeadowsRNC-11$0$1,380No
Patrick MeehanRPA-7$3,250$45,475Yes
Gregory W. MeeksDNY-5$1,050$18,750No
Grace MengDNY-6$10,450$37,900No
Luke MesserRIN-6$4,850$3,600Yes
John L. MicaRFL-7$5,400$800Yes
Candice S. MillerRMI-10$0$0Yes
Jeff MillerRFL-1$4,450$4,500No
John R. MoolenaarRMI-4$5,940$7,500Yes
Alexander X. MooneyRWV-2$8,050$5,500Yes
Gwen MooreDWI-4$9,400$24,925No
Seth MoultonDMA-6$37,710$81,568No
Markwayne MullinROK-2$3,000$7,500Yes
Mick MulvaneyRSC-5$500$2,200Yes
Patrick MurphyDFL-18$92,018$478,979No
Tim MurphyRPA-18$11,950$40,750Yes
Jerry NadlerDNY-10$16,551$86,125No
Grace F. NapolitanoDCA-32$1,500$90,250No
Richard E. NealDMA-1$500$32,250No
Robert "Randy" NeugebauerRTX-19$0$0Yes
Dan NewhouseRWA-4$2,450$4,200Yes
Kristi L. NoemRSD$1,000$18,150Yes
Richard M. NolanDMN-8$10,634$194,895No
Donald NorcrossDNJ-1$18,450$53,062No
Richard B. NugentRFL-11$0$1,000Yes
Devin NunesRCA-22$4,500$39,400Yes
Pete OlsonRTX-22$500$4,125Yes
Beto O’RourkeDTX-16$6,730$5,251No
Steven M. PalazzoRMS-4$0$500Yes
Frank Pallone, Jr.DNJ-6$4,500$74,400No
Gary J. PalmerRAL-6$5,250$0Yes
Bill PascrellDNJ-9$1,800$35,250No
Erik PaulsenRMN-3$6,500$53,514Yes
Donald M. Payne, Jr.DNJ-10$2,100$16,500No
Steve PearceRNM-2$650$14,250Yes
Nancy PelosiDCA-12$31,277$530,399No
Ed PerlmutterDCO-7$2,908$72,695No
Scott PerryRPA-4$100$4,000Yes
Scott H. PetersDCA-52$46,743$289,640No
Collin C. PetersonDMN-7$750$23,750No
Rochelle "Chellie" PingreeDME-1$9,827$20,110No
Robert PittengerRNC-9$1,500$0Yes
Joe PittsRPA-16$500$17,500Yes
Mark PocanDWI-2$21,681$73,068No
Lloyd "Ted" PoeRTX-2$500$1,000Yes
Bruce PoliquinRME-2$1,750$7,900Yes
Jared PolisDCO-2$8,975$20,200No
Mike PompeoRKS-4$2,700$9,300Yes
Bill PoseyRFL-8$1,750$3,250Yes
David E. PriceDNC-4$38,175$30,850No
Tom PriceRGA-6$9,125$13,100Yes
Mike QuigleyDIL-5$12,250$25,100No
Charlie RangelDNY-13$4,375$2,500No
John RatcliffeRTX-4$250$6,800Yes
Tom ReedRNY-23$10,303$6,000Yes
David G. ReichertRWA-8$2,500$10,550Yes
James B. RenacciROH-16$3,188$15,700Yes
Reid J. RibbleRWI-8$2,700$500Yes
Kathleen M. RiceDNY-4$4,265$55,403No
Tom RiceRSC-7$750$2,250Yes
Cedric L. RichmondDLA-2$2,250$27,000No
E. Scott RigellRVA-2$2,000$1Yes
Martha RobyRAL-2$8,000$7,000Yes
David "Phil" RoeRTN-1$0$3,500Yes
Harold "Hal" RogersRKY-5$2,900$3,000Yes
Mike D. RogersRAL-3$4,050$400Yes
Dana RohrabacherRCA-48$1,150$7,400No
Todd RokitaRIN-4$12,500$21,350Yes
Tom RooneyRFL-17$0$2,000Yes
Ileana Ros-LehtinenRFL-27$6,550$27,630Yes
Peter J. RoskamRIL-6$11,585$8,500Yes
Dennis A. RossRFL-15$4,250$1,200Yes
Keith J. RothfusRPA-12$27,950$6,940No
David RouzerRNC-7$1,000$3,600Yes
Lucille Roybal-AllardDCA-40$9,700$30,250No
Ed RoyceRCA-39$19,900$58,000Yes
Raul RuizDCA-36$42,341$369,425No
C.A. "Dutch" RuppersbergerDMD-2$14,850$29,250No
Bobby L. RushDIL-1$0$22,000No
Steve RussellROK-5$1,150$500Yes
Paul D. RyanRWI-1$96,205$106,415Yes
Tim RyanDOH-13$4,575$31,200No
Matt SalmonRAZ-5$3,000$8,250Yes
Loretta SanchezDCA-46$50,464$225,431No
Mark SanfordRSC-1$0$1,000No
John P. SarbanesDMD-3$41,950$6,950No
Steve ScaliseRLA-1$700$14,750Yes
Jan SchakowskyDIL-9$23,495$51,350No
Adam B. SchiffDCA-28$4,750$42,850No
Kurt SchraderDOR-5$4,100$54,675No
David SchweikertRAZ-6$0$3,750Yes
Austin ScottRGA-8$0$4,000Yes
David ScottDGA-13$500$50,000No
Bobby ScottDVA-3$4,350$45,900No
F. "Jim" SensenbrennerRWI-5$0$0No
José E. SerranoDNY-15$12,000$31,500No
Pete SessionsRTX-32$5,300$28,400Yes
Terri A. SewellDAL-7$7,750$26,915No
Brad ShermanDCA-30$5,350$46,850Not Voting
John ShimkusRIL-15$2,000$38,000Yes
Bill ShusterRPA-9$5,250$2,500Yes
Mike SimpsonRID-2$3,200$9,000Yes
Kyrsten SinemaDAZ-9$40,524$358,687No
Albio SiresDNJ-8$1,250$45,200No
Louise McIntosh SlaughterDNY-25$24,594$142,583No
David Adam SmithDWA-9$1,000$45,925No
Adrian SmithRNE-3$0$2,000Yes
Chris SmithRNJ-4$4,749$2,600Yes
Jason SmithRMO-8$995$7,000Yes
Lamar SmithRTX-21$5,300$2,500Yes
Karen "Jackie" SpeierDCA-14$8,900$19,300No
Elise M. StefanikRNY-21$22,746$36,215Yes
Chris StewartRUT-2$2,750$3,000Yes
Steve StiversROH-15$3,570$12,250Yes
Marlin A. StutzmanRIN-3$15,885$9,750No
Eric SwalwellDCA-15$8,615$74,787No
Linda T. SánchezDCA-38$690$53,804No
Mark TakaiDHI-1$3,648$41,878No
Mark TakanoDCA-41$31,426$86,031No
Bennie G. ThompsonDMS-2$2,600$16,750No
Glenn ThompsonRPA-5$13,600$30,500Yes
C. Mike ThompsonDCA-5$3,525$79,477No
William "Mac" ThornberryRTX-13$1,500$18,025Yes
Pat TiberiROH-12$13,900$41,800Yes
Scott R. TiptonRCO-3$10,100$10,700Yes
Alice "Dina" TitusDNV-1$8,850$28,900No
Paul TonkoDNY-20$5,875$53,856No
Norma J. TorresDCA-35$1,500$41,625No
David A. TrottRMI-11$8,050$4,500Yes
Niki TsongasDMA-3$13,660$68,387No
Mike TurnerROH-10$500$14,000Yes
Fred UptonRMI-6$8,438$61,750Yes
David G. ValadaoRCA-21$1,500$20,800Yes
Chris Van HollenDMD-8$490,661$482,334No
Juan VargasDCA-51$2,430$44,700No
Marc A. VeaseyDTX-33$5,350$36,200No
Filemon VelaDTX-34$1,500$41,200No
Nydia M. VelázquezDNY-7$9,500$53,700No
Pete ViscloskyDIN-1$1,500$14,000No
Ann WagnerRMO-2$3,750$8,300Yes
Tim WalbergRMI-7$14,278$15,500Yes
Greg WaldenROR-2$0$15,900Yes
Mark WalkerRNC-6$10,040$1,000Yes
Jackie WalorskiRIN-2$8,725$18,525Yes
Mimi WaltersRCA-45$8,850$30,575Yes
Tim WalzDMN-1$5,775$61,500No
Debbie Wasserman SchultzDFL-23$37,409$249,389No
Maxine WatersDCA-43$2,625$19,550No
Bonnie Watson ColemanDNJ-12$17,475$103,763No
Randy K. Weber, Sr.RTX-14$2,500$3,250Yes
Daniel WebsterRFL-10$28,900$600Yes
Peter WelchDVT$5,300$37,950No
Brad R. WenstrupROH-2$3,300$2,000No
Bruce WestermanRAR-4$250$1,500Yes
Lynn A. WestmorelandRGA-3$1,250$1,802Yes
Ed WhitfieldRKY-1$0$10,000Yes
Roger WilliamsRTX-25$11,150$1,000Yes
Frederica S. WilsonDFL-24$1,000$29,000No
Addison "Joe" WilsonRSC-2$3,785$12,750Yes
Robert J. WittmanRVA-1$2,350$6,000Yes
Steve WomackRAR-3$2,150$0Yes
Rob WoodallRGA-7$1,300$0Yes
John A. YarmuthDKY-3$5,200$15,800No
Kevin YoderRKS-3$0$35,650Yes
Ted S. YohoRFL-3$1,850$875No
David YoungRIA-3$4,500$13,750Yes
Don YoungRAK$750$13,400Yes
Todd YoungRIN-9$60,583$16,200Yes
Lee M. ZeldinRNY-1$5,450$46,761Yes
Ryan K. ZinkeRMT$7,580$13,630Yes

Interest Groups that supported this bill

$ Donated
Republican/Conservative$8,359,624
Schools & colleges$4,722,756
Churches, clergy & religious organizations$302,378

Interest Groups that opposed this bill

$ Donated
Republican/Conservative$8,359,624
Democratic/Liberal$6,742,059
Women's issues$3,754,875
Teachers unions$2,345,829
Minority/Ethnic Groups$2,136,812
Other non-physician health practitioners$1,659,555
State & local govt employee unions$1,259,111
Psychiatrists & psychologists$844,404
Health, Education & Human Resources$666,524
Public school teachers, administrators & officials$545,733
Gay & lesbian rights & issues$513,514
Health & welfare policy$383,341
Education$302,455
Children's rights$154,704
Labor Unions$75,830
Native American Tribes$73,025
Human Rights$37,475
Consumer groups$30,400
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