How Lehigh Valley-area lawmakers voted on gun control bills – The Morning Call

HR 6087: Improving Access to Workers’ Compensation for Injured Federal Workers

Voting 325 for and 83 against, The House on Tuesday passed a bill that expands the role of nurse practitioners and physician assistants in providing services to injured federal workers under the federal workers’ compensation program.

Yes: Brian Fitzpatrick, R-1st (Bucks, parts of Montgomery and Philadelphia); Madeleine Dean, D-4th (Montgomery, parts of Berks); Susan Wild, D-7th (Lehigh, Northampton, parts of Monroe); Matt Cartwright, D-8th (most of Monroe); Dan Meuser, R-9e (Schuylkill, parts of Carbon and Berks).

S3823: Bankruptcy Threshold Adjustment and Technical Corrections Act

Voting 392 for and 21 against, The House on Tuesday passed a bill amending the provisions for small business reorganization bankruptcies and employee bankruptcies.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7667: 2022 Food and Drug Amendments

Voting 392 for and 28 against, the House on Wednesday. Bill Reauthorizes Food and Drug Administration User Fee Programs for Certain Drugs and Devices, Establishes Requirements to Increase Diversity in Clinical Trials, and Changes Global Drug Supply Chain Requirements and devices.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7776: Water Resources Development Act of 2022

Voting 384 for and 37 against, the House on Wednesday. This bill authorizes the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to conduct activities relating to water resources development projects, water supply and sanitation infrastructure, flood control, navigation, or ecosystem restoration , such as coastal restoration. In addition, it changes the process used to de-authorize certain dormant water resource development projects.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7694: Strengthening Small Business Outsourcing Act of 2022

Vote 411 for and 11 against, the House on Wednesday. This bill requires federal agencies to consider, when evaluating contract offers, the extent to which, in a subcontracting plan, the offeror proposes to use small businesses as subcontractors. in the performance of the contract.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7670: WOSB Program Transparency Act

Voting 402 for and 19 against, The House on Wednesday approved the bill that requires the Small Business Administration to report information on the number and total dollar amount of contracts awarded under the federal Women-Owned Small Business Contracting Program.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7664: Small Business, Vocational and Technical Education Support Act of 2022

Voting 399 for and 18 against, the House voted on Wednesday to amend the Small Business Act to include requirements for graduates of vocational and technical education programs or programs of study for small business development centers and women’s business centers , and for other purposes.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7622: Small Business Labor Pipeline Act of 2022

Voting 368 for and 52 against, The House voted Wednesday to amend the Small Business Act to include requirements for learning program assistance for small business development centers, and for other purposes.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 5879: Hubzone Pricing Preference Clarification Act of 2021

Voting 359 for and 61 against, The House on Wednesday voted to revise standards for small businesses participating in the HUBZone program, a small business administration program that provides federal contracting assistance to small businesses. Specifically, the bill revises the circumstances under which a small business is granted certain pricing preferences.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7334: COVID-19 EIDL Fraud Statute of Limitations Act of 2022

Vote 426 for and 3 againstThe House voted on Wednesday to establish a 10-year statute of limitations for criminal charges and civil enforcement against a borrower who engages in fraud with respect to certain COVID-19 economic disaster loan programs.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7352: Bank Fraud and PPP Anti-Fraud Harmonization Act of 2022

Voting 421 for and 0 against, The House voted Wednesday to establish a 10-year statute of limitations for criminal charges and civil enforcement against a borrower who engages in fraud with respect to a Paycheck Protection Program loan.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Wild, Cartwright, Meuser

HR 7910: Protecting Our Children Act

Voting 223 for and 204 against, The House voted on Wednesday to make various changes to federal gun laws, including establishing new criminal offenses and expanding the types of weapons and devices subject to regulation. Among the changes, the bill generally prohibits the sale or transfer of certain semi-automatic firearms to persons under the age of 21; establishes new federal criminal offenses for firearms trafficking and related conduct; establishes a federal legislative framework to regulate phantom guns (that is, guns without a serial number); establishes a framework to regulate the storage of firearms in residential premises at the federal, state and tribal levels; subjects replacement stock to regulation under federal firearms laws; and generally prohibits the import, sale, manufacture, transfer, and possession of high-capacity ammunition feeders.

Yes: Fitzpatrick, Dean, Savage, Cartwright

Nope: meuser

HR 1153: Voting 218 for and 205 against, the House voted on Wednesday to set out the rule for reviewing the bill (HR 2377) to authorize the issuance of extreme risk protection orders; providing for the examination of the bill (HR 7910) to amend title 18 of the United States Code to provide an increased age limit for the purchase of certain firearms, to prevent the trafficking of firearms, to modernize the prohibition of firearms untraceable, to encourage the safe storage of firearms and for other purposes.

Yes: Dean, Savage, Cartwright

Nope: Fitzpatrick

Do not vote: meuser

HR 2377: Federal Extreme Risks Protection Order Act of 2021

Vote 224 for and 202 against, the House voted on Thursday to authorize and establish procedures for federal courts to issue federal extreme risk protection orders. A federal extreme risk protection order is a federal court order that prohibits a person from buying, possessing, or receiving a firearm or ammunition.

Yes: Dean, Savage, Cartwright, Fitzpatrick

Nope: Meyer

Alex Wagner, Department of Defense

Vote 76 for and 21 againstthe Senate on Tuesday confirmed Alex Wagner of the District of Columbia as deputy secretary of the Air Force.

Yes: Bob Casey, D.

Nope: Pat Toomey, R

Chavonda J. Jacobs-Young, Department of Agriculture

Vote 95 for and 4 againstthe Senate on Tuesday confirmed Chavonda J. Jacobs-Young of Georgia as the undersecretary of agriculture for research, education, and the economy.

Yes: Casey, Toomey

Kenneth L. Wainstein, Department of Homeland Security

Voting 63 for and 35 againstthe Senate on Tuesday confirmed Kenneth L. Wainstein, of Virginia, as Undersecretary for Intelligence and Analysis, Department of Homeland Security, Deputy David James Glawe.

Yes: Casey, Toomey

Shalanda H. Baker, Department of Energy

Vote 54 for and 45 againstthe Senate on Tuesday confirmed Shalanda H. Baker, of Texas, as director of the Office of Minority Economic Impact, Department of Energy.

Yes: Casey

Nope: Toomey

Amy Loyd, Ministry of Education

Voting 57 for and 42 against, the Senate on Wednesday confirmed Amy Loyd of New Mexico as assistant secretary for career, technical, and adult education, Department of Education.

Yes: Casey

Nope: Toomey

Todd M. Harper, National Credit Union Administration

Voting 59 for and 40 against, The Senate confirmed on Wednesday that Todd M. Harper, of Virginia, will serve on the board of directors of the National Credit Union for a term expiring April 10, 2027.

Yes: Casey

Nope: Toomey

Nina Morrison, The Judiciary

Vote 53 for and 46 againstthe Senate on Wednesday confirmed Nina Morrison of New York as United States District Judge for the Eastern District of New York.

Yes:Casey

Nope: Toomey

Robert Steven Huie, The Judiciary

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Voting 51 for and 46 against, The Senate confirmed on Thursday that Robert Steven Huie of California will serve as United States District Judge for the Southern District of California.

Yes: Casey

Nope: Toomey

Samuel R. Bagenstos, Department of Health and Human Services

Voting 49 for and 43 against, the Senate on Thursday confirmed Samuel R. Bagenstos of Michigan as general counsel for the Department of Health and Human Services, Deputy Robert Carrow.

Yes: Casey

Do not vote: Toomey

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