Senate Democrats

objection to amendments with respect to S.1619

This evening, Senator Reid asked unanimous consent that the Senate conduct up to 8 roll call votes in relation to the following:

 

- motion to suspend rule 22 with respect to the McConnell amendment #735 (Jobs Act)(67-vote threshold);

- motion to suspend rule 22 with respect to the Coburn amendment #670 (foreign aid)(67-vote threshold);

- motion to suspend rule 22 with respect to the Paul amendment #678 (Fed funding audit)(67-vote threshold);

- motion to suspend rule 22 with respect to the Barrasso amendment #672 (cement)(67-vote threshold);

- motion to suspend rule 22 with respect to the Hatch amendment #680 (currency alternative) (67-vote threshold);

- motion to suspend rule 22 with respect to the Cornyn amendment #677 (fighter planes/Taiwan)(67-vote threshold);

- motion to suspend rule 22 with respect to the DeMint amendment #689 (Right to Work)(67-vote threshold); and

- passage of S.1619, the Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act (majority threshold).

Senator McConnell objected to Senator Reid’s request. 

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