Votes of Nevada Delegation

Recent House Votes

Patriot Act Extensions – Vote Failed (277-148, 9 Not Voting)

Under a vote that required a two-thirds majority, the House failed to pass this bill that would extend through Dec. 8, 2011, three provisions of the anti-terrorism law known as the Patriot Act. The bill is likely to be voted on this week under regular voting procedures.

Rep. Shelley Berkley voted YES……send e-mail or see bio


United Nations Tax Equalization Refund Act – Vote Failed (259-169, 6 Not Voting)

Under a vote that required a two-thirds majority, the House failed to pass this bill that would establish as United States policy that the United Nations should return $179 million overpaid into the U.N. Tax Equalization Fund as of Dec. 31, 2009, and that the U.S. should press the U.N. to change its fund assessment procedures to reduce discrepancies. The future of the bill is unclear.

Rep. Shelley Berkley voted NO……send e-mail or see bio


Upcoming Votes

FAA Reauthorization – S.223

The Senate is scheduled to continue work on this bill reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration.


Patriot Act Extensions – H.R.514

The House is expected to vote on this bill that would extend provisions of the Patriot Act.


Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011 – H.R.1

The House is scheduled to work on this bill to fund the government for the remainder of fiscal year 2011.


Recent House Votes

Patriot Act Extensions – Vote Failed (277-148, 9 Not Voting)

Under a vote that required a two-thirds majority, the House failed to pass this bill that would extend through Dec. 8, 2011, three provisions of the anti-terrorism law known as the Patriot Act. The bill is likely to be voted on this week under regular voting procedures.

Rep. Dean Heller voted NO……send e-mail or see bio


United Nations Tax Equalization Refund Act – Vote Failed (259-169, 6 Not Voting)

Under a vote that required a two-thirds majority, the House failed to pass this bill that would establish as United States policy that the United Nations should return $179 million overpaid into the U.N. Tax Equalization Fund as of Dec. 31, 2009, and that the U.S. should press the U.N. to change its fund assessment procedures to reduce discrepancies. The future of the bill is unclear.

Rep. Dean Heller voted YES……send e-mail or see bio


Recent House Votes

Patriot Act Extensions – Vote Failed (277-148, 9 Not Voting)

Under a vote that required a two-thirds majority, the House failed to pass this bill that would extend through Dec. 8, 2011, three provisions of the anti-terrorism law known as the Patriot Act. The bill is likely to be voted on this week under regular voting procedures.

Rep. Joe Heck voted YES……send e-mail or see bio


United Nations Tax Equalization Refund Act – Vote Failed (259-169, 6 Not Voting)

Under a vote that required a two-thirds majority, the House failed to pass this bill that would establish as United States policy that the United Nations should return $179 million overpaid into the U.N. Tax Equalization Fund as of Dec. 31, 2009, and that the U.S. should press the U.N. to change its fund assessment procedures to reduce discrepancies. The future of the bill is unclear.

Rep. Joe Heck voted YES……send e-mail or see bio


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Born and raised in Oklahoma. Improved in California. Out to pasture in Nevada. Born in 1933, Korean War Vet in USAF. Occupation: Criminal Law and Torts. Retired California Lawyer. Now live in Pahrump, Nye County, Nevada.
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