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Day June 21, 2012

Roll Call Vote on Sanders amendment #2310 (genetically engineered food)

12:36pm The Senate began a roll call vote on Sanders amendment #2310 (genetically engineered food) (60-vote threshold); Not Agreed to: 26-73

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Battle Royale Today In The Longworth House Office Building

Grover Norquist To Meet With House Republicans to “Tutor” Them On His Tax Pledge Norquist Defends His Title Of “Most Powerful Man In The Republican Party” From Jeb Bush, Who Said Of Norquist’s No Tax Pledge “I Don’t Believe You Outsource Your Principles And Convictions To People.” Joe Scarbourough On The Matchup: “…I’m Pretty Confident…

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Roll Call Vote on Toomey #2247 (paperwork)

11:55am The Senate began a roll call vote on Toomey amendment #2247 (water report notification) (60-vote threshold); Not Agreed To: 58-41

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Roll Call Vote on Johanns amendment #2372

11:36pm The Senate began a roll call vote on on Johanns amendment #2372 (aerial inspections) (60-vote threshold); Not Agreed To: 56-43

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11:00am Vote sequence

Senators should expect a series of up to 10 roll call votes beginning at 11am today. The possible votes can be found below. Senators Murray and McCain are working on a compromise sequestration amendment that we hope to consider by voice vote.   Yesterday Senator Reid filed cloture on the motion to proceed to S.1940,…

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Roll Call Vote on Boxer #2456 (aerial inspections)

11:09am The Senate began a 15 minute roll call vote on Boxer #2456 (aerial inspections) (60-vote threshold); Not Agreed To: 47-48

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Senate Floor Schedule for Thursday, June 21, 2012

Convenes: 10:30am Following the prayer and pledge, the Majority Leader will be recognized. Following the remarks of the two Leaders, the time until 11:00am will be equally divided and controlled. At 11:00am, the Senate will resume consideration of S.3240, the Farm bill and the votes on the remaining amendments to the bill. Therefore, Senators should…

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