Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Senate Farm Bill Amendment Results- Day 1

Today, the Senate began voting on the 73 amendments offered to S.3240, Agriculture Reform, Food, and Jobs Act of 2012, commonly referred to as the Farm Bill. Below you will see the results of today's votes.


- Akaka #2440 (highly fractionated tribal lands);
            Passed by a voice vote
- Akaka #2396 (tribal relations office);
            Passed via voice vote
- Baucus #2429 (Livestock);
            Passed by a voice vote
- Bingaman #2364 (multi-state aquifers);
            Withdrawn
- Brown (OH) #2445 (rural development);
            Passed by a vote of 55-41
- Cantwell #2370 (pulse pilot);
            Passed by a vote of 58-41
- Casey #2238 (technical/study -federal milk marketing)
Passed by a vote of 73-26
- Coons #2426 (poultry insurance study);
            Pass via voice vote
- Feinstein #2422 (conservation innovation grants);
Passed by a voice vote.
- Feinstein #2309 (insurance recall);
            Passed by a vote of 76-23
- Gillibrand #2156 (SNAP);
            Did not pass by a vote of 33-66
- Hagan #2366 (crop insurance – plain language);
            Passed via voice vote
- Kerry #2187 (commercial fishermen);
            Passed by a voice vote
- Landrieu #2321 (rural development loans);
Passed by a voice vote.
- Manchin #2345 (dietary study);

- Merkley #2382 (organic crop insurance);
- Schumer #2427 (acer);
- Stabenow #2453 (NAP);

- Udall(CO) #2295 (bark beetle);
- Warner #2457 (rural broadband);
- Wyden #2442 (microloans);

- Wyden #2388 (farm to school);
- Leahy #2204 (rural development);
- Nelson(NE) #2242 (rural housing);

- Klobuchar #2299 (transportation study);
- Carper #2287 (poultry feed research);
- Sanders #2254 (biomass);

- Thune #2437 (crop insurance);
- Durbin-Coburn #2439 (crop insurance);
- Snowe #2190 (milk marketing order reform);
            Passed by a vote of 66-33
- Ayotte #2192 (value added grants);
            Did not pass by a vote of 38-61
- Collins #2444 (dairy);
            Withdrawn
- Grassley #2167 (pay cap marketing loans);
            Passed with a vote of 75-24
- Sessions #2174 (SNAP);
Did not pass by a vote of 43-56
- Nelson(NE) #2243 (SNAP);
            Passed by a voice vote
- Sessions #2172 (SNAP);
Did not pass by a vote of 41-58
- Paul #2181 ($250,000 income limit);
            Did not pass by a vote of 15-84
- Alexander #2191 (wind loans);
            Did not pass by a vote of 33-66
- McCain #2199 (catfish);
            Passed by a voice vote
- Toomey #2217 (organic/AMA);
            Did not pass by a vote of 42-47
- DeMint #2263 (broadband funding);
            Did not pass by a vote of 45-54
- DeMint #2262 (SoS Free MKT);
            Passed by a voice vote
- DeMint #2268 (Loan guarantees);
            Did not pass by a vote of 14-84
- DeMint #2276 (checkoffs);
            Did not pass by a vote of 20-79 
- DeMint #2273 (broadband);

- Coburn #2289 (MAP);
- Coburn #2293 (Limit Millionaires);
- Kerry #2454 (North Korea);

- Kyl #2354 (North Korea);
- Lee #2313 (Forest Legacy);
- Lee #2314 (CSP/CRP cut);

- Boozman #2355 (Ag research, law info);
- Boozman #2360 (TEFAP);
- Toomey #2226 (energy title);

- Toomey #2433 (sugar);
- Lee Motion to Recommit (FY 2008 levels);
- Johnson(WI) Motion to Recommit;

- Chambliss #2438 (conservation crop insurance);
- Chambliss #2340 (sugar);
- Chambliss #2432 (FMPP);

- Ayotte #2195 (GAO crop insurance fraud report);
- Blunt #2246 (veterans);
- Moran #2403 (food aid);

- Moran #2443 (beginning farmers)
- Vitter #2363 (pets);
- Toomey #2247 (paperwork); (60 votes needed)

- Sanders #2310 (genetically engineered food); (60 votes needed)
- Coburn #2214 (convention funding); (60 votes needed)
- Boxer #2456 (aerial inspections); (60 votes needed)

- Johanns #2372 (aerial inspections); (60 votes needed)
- Murray # 2455(sequestration); (60 votes needed)
- McCain #2162 (Sequestration report – DoD); (60 votes needed)

- Rubio #2166 (RAISE Act) (60 votes needed)

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