The House and Senate are out for Thanksgiving this week, but the House voted last week on President Trump’s monstrous middle class tax hike, while the Senate continued plowing through nominations.
|Recent Senate Votes|
|Kan Nomination Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (90-7, 3 Not Voting)
The Senate confirmed the nomination of Derek Kan to be undersecretary of Transportation for policy.
Sen. Thomas Carper voted YES
Sen. Chris Coons voted YES
Bradbury Nomination Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (50-47, 3 Not Voting)
Esper Nomination Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (89-6, 5 Not Voting)
Zatezalo Nomination Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (52-46, 2 Not Voting)
Otting Nomination Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (54-43, 3 Not Voting)
|Recent House Votes|
|Flood Insurance Reauthorization – Vote Passed (237-189, 7 Not Voting)
Passage of the bill, as amended, would reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program through fiscal 2022 and would make modifications to the program, including: raise annual surcharges and reserve fund assessments on federal flood insurance policyholders, raise rates on properties that incur multiple losses, establish an annual deductible for severe and extreme repetitive loss properties and end the requirement that flood insurance be purchased for commercial and multifamily properties located in flood risk zones.
Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester voted NO
Fiscal 2018 National Defense Authorization-Conference Report – Vote Passed (356-70, 7 Not Voting)
Tax Overhaul – Vote Passed (227-205, 2 Not Voting)