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Last Week In Congress: How Cascadia’s U.S. lawmakers voted (July 26th-30th)

Good morn­ing! Here’s how Cascadia’s Mem­bers of Con­gress vot­ed on major issues dur­ing the leg­isla­tive week end­ing Fri­day, July 30th, 2021.

In the United States House of Representatives

Chamber of the United States House of Representatives

The House cham­ber (U.S. Con­gress photo)

AFGHANISTAN AND CAPITOL ATTACK/FAILED COUP RESPONSE: On July 29th, the House passed the Emer­gency Secu­ri­ty Sup­ple­men­tal Appro­pri­a­tions Act (H.R. 3237), spon­sored by Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Rosa DeLau­ro, D‑Connecticut.

The bill would spend about $2 bil­lion in fis­cal 2021 on var­i­ous mea­sures to increase secu­ri­ty at the Capi­tol build­ing fol­low­ing the Jan­u­ary 6th attack by Don­ald Trump’s mob, as well as actions relat­ed to the U.S. mil­i­tary leav­ing Afghanistan. DeLau­ro said: “In those har­row­ing moments of Jan­u­ary 6th, the men and women of the Capi­tol Police pro­tect­ed us. They said yes. Now, we must pro­tect them.” The vote was 416 ayes to 11 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Aye (2): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Russ Fulcher and Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (5): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Earl Blu­me­nauer, Peter DeFazio, and Kurt Schrad­er; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (10): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strick­land; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler, Dan New­house, and Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 17 aye votes

FUNDING CONGRESS’ OPERATIONS: On July 28th, the House passed the Leg­isla­tive Branch Appro­pri­a­tions Act (H.R. 4346), spon­sored by Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Tim Ryan, D‑Ohio, to fund oper­a­tions of the House, Library of Con­gress, and oth­er parts of the leg­isla­tive branch oth­er than the Sen­ate in fis­cal 2022.

Ryan said it “makes a sub­stan­tial invest­ment to expand recruit­ment and reten­tion of staff, pri­or­i­tizes fund­ing to expand diver­si­ty and inclu­sion cam­pus-wide, and funds need­ed invest­ments to sup­port the day-to-day oper­a­tions of the House.”

An oppo­nent, Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler, R‑Washington, said the bil­l’s near­ly thir­teen per­cent increase in spend­ing was prob­lem­at­ic, and “at a time of record high deficits and debt, we need, I believe, a more mea­sured fis­cal response.” The vote was 215 ayes to 207 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Nay (2): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Russ Fulcher and Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (3): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Peter DeFazio, and Kurt Schrader

Vot­ing Nay (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

Not Vot­ing (1): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Earl Blumenauer

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (7): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strickland

Vot­ing Nay (2): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler and Dan Newhouse

Not Vot­ing (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 10 aye votes, 5 nay votes, 2 not voting

FUNDING FOR THE STATE DEPARTMENT: On July 28th, the House passed the Depart­ment of State, For­eign Oper­a­tions, and Relat­ed Pro­grams Appro­pri­a­tions Act (H.R. 4373), spon­sored by Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Bar­bara Lee, D‑California, to fund the State Depart­ment and oth­er diplo­mat­ic and for­eign rela­tions pro­grams for fis­cal 2022. Lee said the bill aimed at “elim­i­nat­ing extreme pover­ty, achiev­ing an AIDS-free gen­er­a­tion, and sup­port­ing efforts to build inclu­sive, equi­table, and account­able soci­eties for everyone.”

A bill oppo­nent, Rep. Harold Rogers, R‑Kentucky, said its twelve per­cent increase in spend­ing over 2021 lev­els was exces­sive, and Rogers also crit­i­cized pol­i­cy pro­vi­sions such as fund­ing for abor­tion and not con­di­tion­ing fund­ing of the Unit­ed Nations and World Health Orga­ni­za­tion on reforms at those places.

The vote was 217 ayes to 212 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Nay (2): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Russ Fulcher and Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (4): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Earl Blu­me­nauer, Peter DeFazio, and Kurt Schrader

Vot­ing Nay (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (7): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strickland

Vot­ing Nay (3): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler, Dan New­house, and Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 11 aye votes, 6 nay votes

FUNDING FOR LABOR, HEALTH, EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS: On July 29th, the House passed the Depart­ments of Labor, Health and Human Ser­vices, and Edu­ca­tion, and Relat­ed Agen­cies Appro­pri­a­tions Act (H.R. 4502), spon­sored by Rep. Rosa DeLau­ro, D‑Connecticut. The bill would pro­vide fis­cal 2022 fund­ing for the Health and Human Ser­vices, Labor, and Edu­ca­tion Departments.

DeLau­ro said: “With invest­ments in edu­ca­tion, nutri­tion assis­tance, and rur­al and under­served com­mu­ni­ties, we are pro­vid­ing every Amer­i­can the resources they need.” An oppo­nent, Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kay Granger, R‑Texas, crit­i­cized the bil­l’s fund­ing of abor­tion, rever­sal of recent gains in U.S. ener­gy inde­pen­dence, and gen­er­al­ly exces­sive increase in spending.

The vote was 219 ayes to 208 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Nay (2): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Russ Fulcher and Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (4): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Earl Blu­me­nauer, Peter DeFazio, and Kurt Schrader

Vot­ing Nay (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (7): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strickland

Vot­ing Nay (3): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler, Dan New­house, and Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 11 aye votes, 6 nay votes

HONORING MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENTS: On July 26th, the House passed a bill (H.R. 1664), spon­sored by Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Marc Veasey, D‑Texas, to autho­rize the build­ing of a mon­u­ment in Wash­ing­ton, D.C., to com­mem­o­rate recip­i­ents of the mil­i­tary’s Medal of Honor.

The vote in favor was unan­i­mous with 416 ayes.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Nay (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Russ Fulcher

Not Vot­ing (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (4): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Earl Blu­me­nauer, and Peter DeFazio; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

Not Vot­ing (1): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kurt Schrader

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (10): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strick­land; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler, Dan New­house, and Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 15 aye votes, 2 not voting

GOLD STAR MOTHERS MONUMENT: On July 26th, the House passed the Gold Star Moth­ers Fam­i­ly Mon­u­ment Exten­sion Act (H.R. 2365), spon­sored by Rep. Andy Kim, D‑New Jer­sey, to extend until ear­ly 2027 autho­riza­tion for the build­ing of a mon­u­ment at the Arling­ton Nation­al Ceme­tery to moth­ers of mil­i­tary mem­bers who died in bat­tle. The vote was unan­i­mous with 412 yeas.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Nay (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Russ Fulcher

Not Vot­ing (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (4): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Earl Blu­me­nauer, and Peter DeFazio; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

Not Vot­ing (1): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Kurt Schrader

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (10): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strick­land; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler, Dan New­house, and Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 15 aye votes, 2 not voting

DISPOSING OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS: On July 27th, the House passed the Dis­pose Unused Med­ica­tions and Pre­scrip­tion Opi­oids Act (S. 957), spon­sored by Sen. John Kennedy, R‑Louisiana, to require Depart­ment of Vet­er­ans Affairs med­ical facil­i­ties to accept con­trolled sub­stances med­ica­tions for dis­pos­al either on-site or by law enforcement.

A sup­port­er, Rep. Mike Bost, R‑Illinois, said the bill would make it eas­i­er to dis­pose of opi­oids and oth­er poten­tial­ly mis­used pre­scrip­tion drugs that enable dan­ger­ous addic­tions. The vote was unan­i­mous with 424 yeas.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Aye (2): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Russ Fulcher and Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (5): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Earl Blu­me­nauer, Peter DeFazio, and Kurt Schrad­er; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (10): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strick­land; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler, Dan New­house, and Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 17 aye votes

NATIONWIDE FUNDING FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS: On July 27th, the House passed the Major Med­ical Facil­i­ty Autho­riza­tion Act (S. 1910), spon­sored by Sen. Jon Tester, D‑Montana, to autho­rize fis­cal 2021 spend­ing on cer­tain large Depart­ment of Vet­er­ans Affairs med­ical facilities.

A sup­port­er, Rep. Mark Takano, D‑California, called the bill “a down pay­ment in ensur­ing vet­er­ans have access to the most advanced health­care and most robust infra­struc­ture that we can pro­vide.” The vote was 413 ayes to 7 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Aye (2): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Russ Fulcher and Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (4): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Earl Blu­me­nauer, Peter DeFazio, and Kurt Schrad­er; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

Not Vot­ing (1): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Peter DeFazio

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (10): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strick­land; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler and Dan Newhouse

Not Vot­ing (1): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 15 aye votes, 2 not voting

MEMORIALIZING SEPTEMBER 11TH ATTACKS: On July 29th, the House  passed a bill (H.R. 2278), spon­sored by Rep. Ger­ald Con­nol­ly, D‑Virginia, to des­ig­nate the Sep­tem­ber 11th Nation­al Memo­r­i­al Trail Route, which would be a Nation­al Park Ser­vice tour route link­ing the three sites of the Sep­tem­ber 11th, 2001 attacks, in Penn­syl­va­nia, New York City, and Arling­ton, Virginia.

Con­nol­ly said: “The trail pro­vides trail-goers with a chance to reflect and learn about our nation’s resilience and per­se­ver­ance fol­low­ing that dread­ful day.”

The vote was unan­i­mous with 423 ayes.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Aye (2): Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Russ Fulcher and Mike Simpson

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (5): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzanne Bonam­i­ci, Earl Blu­me­nauer, Peter DeFazio, and Kurt Schrad­er; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Cliff Bentz

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (10): Demo­c­ra­t­ic Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Suzan Del­Bene, Rick Larsen, Derek Kilmer, Prami­la Jaya­pal, Kim Schri­er, Adam Smith, and Mar­i­lyn Strick­land; Repub­li­can Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Jaime Her­rera Beut­ler, Dan New­house, and Cathy McMor­ris Rodgers

Cas­ca­dia total: 17 aye votes

In the United States Senate

Chamber of the United States Senate

The Sen­ate cham­ber (U.S. Con­gress photo)

BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE PROPOSAL ADVANCES: On July 28th, the Sen­ate adopt­ed a motion to begin con­sid­er­a­tion of the Invest in Amer­i­ca Act (H.R. 3684), spon­sored by Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Peter DeFazio, D‑Oregon.

The Sen­ate’s ver­sion of the bill would autho­rize through fis­cal 2026 $715 bil­lion of spend­ing on drink­ing water and waste­water pro­grams and trans­porta­tion ini­tia­tives, includ­ing new mass tran­sit and cli­mate change pro­grams at the agency. The vote to pro­ceed with con­sid­er­a­tion was 67 ayes to 32 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Repub­li­can Sen­a­tors Jim Risch and Mike Crapo

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Maria Cantwell and Pat­ty Murray

Cas­ca­dia total: 6 aye votes

AFGHANISTAN AND CAPITOL ATTACK/FAILED COUP RESPONSE: On July 29th, the Sen­ate passed the Emer­gency Secu­ri­ty Sup­ple­men­tal Appro­pri­a­tions Act (H.R. 3237, above). A sup­port­er, Sen­a­tor Richard Shel­by, R‑Alabama, called the bill a response “to imme­di­ate secu­ri­ty needs, the urgent­ly need­ed fund­ing to safe­guard the Capi­tol, ensure Nation­al Guard readi­ness, and pro­tect our allies in Afghanistan.” The vote was unan­i­mous with nine­ty-eight ayes.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Repub­li­can Sen­a­tors Jim Risch and Mike Crapo

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Maria Cantwell and Pat­ty Murray

Cas­ca­dia total: 6 aye votes

TODD KIM, ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL: The Sen­ate on July 27th con­firmed the nom­i­na­tion of Todd Kim to serve as an assis­tant attor­ney gen­er­al, head­ing the Envi­ron­ment and Nat­ur­al Resources Divi­sion at the Jus­tice Depart­ment. Kim has been a lawyer in the Divi­sion, a pri­vate prac­tice attor­ney, and solic­i­tor gen­er­al for Wash­ing­ton, D.C. A sup­port­er, Sen­a­tor Dick Durbin, D‑Illinois, said he “will bring back integri­ty, exper­tise, and a renewed com­mit­ment to enforc­ing our nation’s envi­ron­men­tal and nat­ur­al resources law.”

The vote was 58 ayes to 41 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Nay (2):
Repub­li­can Sen­a­tors Jim Risch and Mike Crapo

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Maria Cantwell and Pat­ty Murray

Cas­ca­dia total: 4 aye votes, 2 nay votes

GWYNNE WILCOX, NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD: The Sen­ate on July 28th con­firmed the nom­i­na­tion of Gwynne Wilcox to serve on the Nation­al Labor Rela­tions Board for a five-year term end­ing in sum­mer 2023.

A sup­port­er, our own Sen­a­tor Pat­ty Mur­ray, D‑Washington, said Wilcox’s “expe­ri­ence as a field attor­ney for the NLRB, as a lawyer rep­re­sent­ing work­ers before the Board, and defend­ing health­care work­ers and pro­tect­ing their rights makes clear that she has the right qual­i­fi­ca­tions and val­ues for this job.”

The vote was 52 ayes to 47 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Nay (2):
Repub­li­can Sen­a­tors Jim Risch and Mike Crapo

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Maria Cantwell and Pat­ty Murray

Cas­ca­dia total: 4 aye votes, 2 nay votes

DAVID PROUTY, NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD: The Sen­ate on July 28th con­firmed the nom­i­na­tion of David Prouty to serve on the Nation­al Labor Rela­tions Board for a five-year term end­ing in sum­mer 2026.

Prouty, cur­rent­ly gen­er­al coun­sel for a branch of the Ser­vice Employ­ee Inter­na­tion­al Union, was pre­vi­ous­ly a main lawyer for the Major League Base­ball Play­ers Asso­ci­a­tion. A sup­port­er, Sen­ate Major­i­ty Leader Chuck Schumer, D‑New York, said Prouty had “spent a life­time defend­ing the rights of orga­nized labor across the coun­try.” The vote was 53 ayes to 46 nays.

The State of Idaho

Vot­ing Nay (2):
Repub­li­can Sen­a­tors Jim Risch and Mike Crapo

The State of Oregon

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley

The State of Washington

Vot­ing Aye (2):
Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­tors Maria Cantwell and Pat­ty Murray

Cas­ca­dia total: 4 aye votes, 2 nay votes

Key votes ahead

The House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives has begun a mul­ti-week recess. The Sen­ate remains in our nation’s capi­tol work­ing on infra­struc­ture leg­is­la­tion and will con­tin­ue that work this week, with sev­er­al key votes expected.

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