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[–] 51rH0n3y84d93r 0 points 26 points (+26|-0) ago 

The presentation would be stronger if it included the states for each representative.

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[–] Pawn 0 points 20 points (+20|-0) ago 

and the party.

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[–] lbruiser [S] 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago  (edited ago)

https://archive.is/ncGjN

---- YEAS 316 ---

Adams Aderholt Aguilar Allen Ashford Barr Barton Bass Beatty Benishek Bera Beyer Bilirakis Bishop (GA) Bishop (MI) Bishop (UT) Blumenauer Bonamici Bost Boustany Boyle, Brendan F. Brady (PA) Brady (TX) Brooks (IN) Brown (FL) Brownley (CA) Buchanan Bucshon Burgess Bustos Butterfield Calvert Capps Capuano Cárdenas Carson (IN) Carter (GA) Carter (TX) Cartwright Castor (FL) Castro (TX) Chabot Chaffetz Chu, Judy Cicilline Clark (MA) Clarke (NY) Clay Cleaver Clyburn Coffman Cohen Cole Collins (GA) Collins (NY) Comstock Conaway Connolly Conyers Cook Cooper Costa Costello (PA) Courtney Cramer Crenshaw Crowley Culberson Cummings Curbelo (FL) Davis (CA) Davis, Danny Davis, Rodney DeFazio DeGette Delaney DeLauro DelBene Denham Dent DeSaulnier Deutch Diaz-Balart Dingell Dold Donovan Doyle, Michael F. Duckworth Duffy Edwards Ellmers (NC) Engel Eshoo Esty Farr Fattah Fitzpatrick Fleischmann Flores Foster Foxx Frankel (FL) Frelinghuysen Fudge Gabbard Garamendi Gibson Graham Granger Graves (GA) Graves (MO) Grayson Green, Al Green, Gene Grothman Guthrie Hahn Hanna Harper Hartzler Hastings Heck (WA) Hensarling Herrera Beutler Higgins Hill Himes Hinojosa Honda Hoyer Huffman Huizenga (MI) Hurd (TX) Israel Issa Jackson Lee Jeffries Jenkins (WV) Johnson (OH) Jolly Joyce Kaptur Katko Keating Kelly (IL) Kelly (MS) Kilmer Kind King (NY) Kinzinger (IL) Kirkpatrick Kline Knight Kuster Langevin Larsen (WA) Larson (CT) Lawrence Lee Levin Lewis Lipinski LoBiondo Loebsack Loudermilk Love Lowenthal Lowey Lucas Luetkemeyer Lujan Grisham (NM) Luján, Ben Ray (NM) Lynch MacArthur Maloney, Carolyn Maloney, Sean Marchant Matsui McCarthy McCaul McCollum McGovern McHenry McMorris Rodgers McNerney McSally Meeks Meng Messer Mica Miller (MI) Moolenaar Moore Moulton Mullin Murphy (FL) Murphy (PA) Nadler Napolitano Neal Neugebauer Newhouse Noem Nolan Norcross Nugent Nunes O'Rourke Olson Palazzo Pallone Pascrell Paulsen Payne Pearce Pelosi Perlmutter Peters Peterson Pingree Pittenger Pitts Poe (TX) Poliquin Price (NC) Price, Tom Quigley Rangel Reed Reichert Renacci Ribble Rice (NY) Rice (SC) Richmond Rigell Rogers (KY) Rokita Rooney (FL) Ros-Lehtinen Roskam Ross Rouzer Roybal-Allard Royce Ruiz Ruppersberger Rush Russell Ryan (OH) Ryan (WI) Sánchez, Linda T. Sanchez, Loretta Sarbanes Scalise Schakowsky Schiff Scott (VA) Scott, Austin Scott, David Sensenbrenner Serrano Sessions Sewell (AL) Sherman Shimkus Simpson Sinema Sires Slaughter Smith (NJ) Smith (WA) Speier Stefanik Stewart Stivers Swalwell (CA) Takai Thompson (CA) Thompson (PA) Thornberry Tiberi Titus Tonko Torres Trott Tsongas Turner Upton Valadao Van Hollen Vargas Veasey Vela Velázquez Visclosky Wagner Walberg Walden Walorski Walters, Mimi Walz Wasserman Schultz Watson Coleman Weber (TX) Wenstrup Westmoreland Wilson (FL) Wilson (SC) Womack Woodall Yarmuth Yoder Young (AK) Zeldin Zinke

---- NAYS 113 ---

Abraham Amash Amodei Babin Barletta Becerra Black Blackburn Blum Brat Bridenstine Brooks (AL) Buck Byrne Carney Clawson (FL) Crawford DeSantis DesJarlais Doggett Duncan (SC) Duncan (TN) Ellison Emmer (MN) Farenthold Fleming Forbes Fortenberry Franks (AZ) Gallego Garrett Gibbs Gohmert Goodlatte Gosar Gowdy Graves (LA) Griffith Grijalva Guinta Gutiérrez Hardy Harris Heck (NV) Hice, Jody B. Holding Hudson Huelskamp Hultgren Hunter Hurt (VA) Jenkins (KS) Johnson (GA) Johnson, Sam Jones Jordan Kelly (PA) King (IA) Labrador LaHood LaMalfa Lamborn Lance Latta Lieu, Ted Lofgren Long Lummis Marino Massie McClintock McDermott McKinley Meadows Meehan Miller (FL) Mooney (WV) Mulvaney Palmer Perry Pocan Polis Pompeo Posey Ratcliffe Roby Roe (TN) Rogers (AL) Rohrabacher Rothfus Salmon Sanford Schrader Schweikert Shuster Smith (MO) Smith (NE) Smith (TX) Stutzman Takano Thompson (MS) Tipton Walker Waters, Maxine Webster (FL) Welch Westerman Whitfield Williams Wittman Yoho Young (IA) Young (IN)

---- NOT VOTING 5 ---

Cuellar Fincher Johnson, E. B. Kennedy Kildee

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[–] forgetmyname 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court. The Congress shall have Power to declare the Punishment of Treason, but no Attainder of Treason shall work Corruption of Blood, or Forfeiture except during the Life of the Person attainted.

YEAS 316

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[–] lbruiser [S] 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Congress shall have Power to declare the Punishment of Treason

Why nothing is going to happen.

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[–] HoneyNutStallmans 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

This is just the house, btw.

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[–] JaySherman 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Yep I see my state as a Yea. Even potential states I was looking at moving to have yea. I guess I would be unlucky in either state.

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[–] djsumdog 1 points 12 points (+13|-1) ago 

Wasn't this lumped into the spending bill? There are way too many issues in each of these bills and I bet most congressmen didn't even realize this slipped in. They don't read the bills. That's why they hire a team of interns and assistance as they are more likely campaigning for their two year cycles. The whole system is corrupt so far down that the only thing that can actually move the country forward is bench legislation from the Supreme Court.

In other countries, bills have to be read in entirety, several times, before they can be voted on. (Granted a lot of PMs just leave while it's being read, but it must be read, on each revision!). It'd probably be impossible to read most US bills in a reasonable amount of time.

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[–] tcp 0 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago 

CISA wasn't allowed to die, and was propped up several times, until it wormed it's way into this bill. That is the most frustrating part. Outspoken efforts by a large amount of people and even companies do not matter when a few monoliths want to entirely ruin the internet.

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[–] pitenius 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Frustrating? That's what the role of government is: the rubber stamp on business as usual. If you're inclined toward /v/Conspiracy, it's not monoliths so much as an agenda. Remember Jean-Claude Juncker's "Those countries that vote No must vote again...to obtain the right answer" in response to France voting down ratification of the EU?

Sometimes, I wish governments would give up the pretense of consent.

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[–] stevenxdavis 1 points 9 points (+10|-1) ago 

My extremely conservative Congresswoman voted against it. This marks the first time she's done something I approve of in like 4 years.

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[–] EatingSteak 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

As usual, R's and D's in PA can ALWAYS agree to more spying. Casey and Pat Toomor ftw

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[–] twentyfive 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

ho ever thought congress should dress like NASCAR is a genius.

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[–] TheDearestPrudence 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

What is this? Can someone fill me in?

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[–] Bananassassin 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I know this is supposed to be really bad but I'm really not familiar with the specifics. Can anyone enumerate what, exactly, the implications of this bill are to us?

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[–] lbruiser [S] 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

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[–] NedTaggart 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Ok, well, time to vote against my (R) rep, as well as my (R) senators.