Federal - S193

Legislative Vehicle for Fiscal 2019 Defense, Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations

Passage

Senate Roll Call Vote 193, 115th Congress, 2nd Session

Date: August 23, 2018

Status: Passed

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Our Position

Against

Description

Passage of the bill that would provide $856.9 billion in discretionary funding for fiscal 2019 to various departments and agencies, including $675 billion for the Defense Department and the $179.3 billion for the Labor, Health and Human Services and Education departments. The bill would provide $90.1 billion in discretionary spending for the Health and Human Services Department, $71.4 billion for the Education Department and $12.1 billion for the Labor Department. The bill would decease funding for military assistance to foreign military units in Afghanistan, militias fighting the Islamic State terrorist group and other areas conflicts. It would eliminate funding for a proposed evolved expendable launch vehicle rocket. It would also appropriate funding for the Firefighter Cancer Registry and prioritize funding for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Related Bill

HR 6157 Fiscal 2019 Defense Appropriations

Vote Breakdown

D R I
Yea 44 40 1
Nay 0 6 1
No Vote 3 5 0

Democrats

  • Tammy Baldwin Yea
  • Michael Bennet Yea
  • Richard Blumenthal Yea
  • Cory Booker Yea
  • Sherrod Brown Yea
  • Maria Cantwell Yea
  • Benjamin L. Cardin Yea
  • Thomas R. Carper Yea
  • Bob Casey Yea
  • Chris Coons Yea
  • Catherine Cortez Masto Yea
  • Joe Donnelly Yea
  • Tammy Duckworth Yea
  • Richard J. Durbin Yea
  • Dianne Feinstein Yea
  • Kirsten Gillibrand Yea
  • Kamala Harris Yea
  • Maggie Hassan Yea
  • Martin Heinrich Yea
  • Heidi Heitkamp Yea
  • Mazie K. Hirono Announced For
  • Doug Jones Yea
  • Tim Kaine Yea
  • Amy Klobuchar Yea
  • Patrick J. Leahy Yea
  • Joe Manchin III Yea
  • Edward J. Markey Yea
  • Claire McCaskill Yea
  • Bob Menendez Yea
  • Jeff Merkley Yea
  • Christopher S. Murphy Yea
  • Patty Murray Not Present
  • Bill Nelson Yea
  • Gary Peters Yea
  • Jack Reed Yea
  • Brian Schatz Not Present
  • Charles E. Schumer Yea
  • Jeanne Shaheen Yea
  • Tina Smith Yea
  • Debbie Stabenow Yea
  • Jon Tester Yea
  • Tom Udall Yea
  • Chris Van Hollen Yea
  • Mark Warner Yea
  • Elizabeth Warren Yea
  • Sheldon Whitehouse Yea
  • Ron Wyden Yea

Republicans

  • Lamar Alexander Yea
  • John Barrasso Yea
  • Roy Blunt Yea
  • John Boozman Yea
  • Richard M. Burr Yea
  • Shelley Moore Capito Yea
  • Bill Cassidy Yea
  • Susan Collins Yea
  • Bob Corker Not Present
  • John Cornyn Not Present
  • Tom Cotton Yea
  • Michael D. Crapo Nay
  • Ted Cruz Announced For
  • Steve Daines Yea
  • Michael B. Enzi Yea
  • Joni Ernst Yea
  • Deb Fischer Not Present
  • Jeff Flake Nay
  • Cory Gardner Yea
  • Lindsey Graham Yea
  • Charles E. Grassley Yea
  • Orrin G. Hatch Yea
  • Dean Heller Yea
  • John Hoeven Yea
  • Cindy Hyde-Smith Yea
  • James M. Inhofe Yea
  • Johnny Isakson Yea
  • Ron Johnson Yea
  • John Kennedy Yea
  • James Lankford Yea
  • Mike Lee Nay
  • John McCain Not Present
  • Mitch McConnell Yea
  • Jerry Moran Yea
  • Lisa Murkowski Yea
  • Rand Paul Nay
  • David Perdue Yea
  • Rob Portman Yea
  • Jim Risch Nay
  • Pat Roberts Yea
  • Mike Rounds Yea
  • Marco Rubio Yea
  • Ben Sasse Yea
  • Tim Scott Yea
  • Richard C. Shelby Yea
  • Dan Sullivan Yea
  • John Thune Yea
  • Thom Tillis Yea
  • Patrick J. Toomey Nay
  • Roger Wicker Yea
  • Todd Young Yea