Senate Democrats

Graham request to vote on S.1670, Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection act, and S.1696, Women’s Health Protection Act–Blumenthal objection

After the Senate reconvened, Senator Graham asked unanimous consent that at a time to be determined by the Majority Leader in consultation with the Republican Leader that the Senate proceed to consideration of S.1670, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, and S.1696, the Women’s Health Protection Act, that there be up to 8 hours of debate, equally divided in the usual form, to run concurrently and that there be no amendments, points of order, or motions in order, and that upon the use or yielding back of tie, the Senate proceed to vote on S.1670, and that following the disposition of S.1670, and that following the disposition of S.1670, the Senate proceed to vote on S.1696 and that both bills be subject to a 60-affirmative vote threshold for passage.

 

Senator Blumenthal objected.

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