H.R. 4811 U.N. International Family Planning FY 2001 Congressional Roll Call Vote #546 (2000)

How Your Congressman Voted
On International Family Planning

The House agreed to the conference report on H.R. 4811, making appropriations for foreign operations, export financing, and related programs for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2001

A ‘Yea’ vote is a vote for the largest abortion funding bill in U.S. history

H.R. 4811 Roll Call Vote No. 546 Tally

 Voted Yea: 307  Voted Nay: 101  Not Voting: 24   ALABAMA  Voted Yea: Sonny Callahan (R-AL-1); Robert Cramer (D-AL-5); Spencer Bachus (R-AL-6); Earl Hilliard (D-AL-7).  Voted Nay: Terry Everett (R-AL-2); Bob Riley (R-AL-3); Robert Aderholt (R-AL-4)    ALASKA  Voted Yea: Don Young (R-AK-AL).  ARIZONA  Voted Yea: Ed Pastor (D-AZ-2); Jim Kolbe (R-AZ-5).  Voted Nay: Matt Salmon (R-AZ-1); Bob Stump (R-AZ-3); J.D. Hayworth (R-AZ-6).    Not Voting: John Shadegg (R-AZ-4).    ARKANSAS  Voted Yea: Vic Snyder (D-AR-2); Jay Dickey (R-AR-4).  Voted Nay: Marion Berry (D-AR-1); Asa Hutchinson (R-AR-3).   CALIFORNIA  Voted Yea: Mike Thompson (D-CA-1); Doug Ose (R-CA-3); Robert Matsui (D-CA-5); Lynn Woolsey (D-CA-6); George Miller (D-CA-7); Nancy Pelosi (D-CA-8); Barbara Lee (D-CA-9); Ellen Tauscher (D-CA-10); Tom Lantos (D-CA-12); Anna Eshoo (D-CA-14); Zoe Lofgren (D-CA-16); Sam Farr (D-CA-17); George Radanovich (R-CA-19); Calvin Dooley (D-CA-20); William Thomas (R-CA-21); Lois Capps (D-CA-22); Elton Gallegly (R-CA-23); Brad Sherman (D-CA-24); Howard McKeon (R-CA-25); Howard Berman (D-CA-26); James Rogan (R-CA-27); David Dreier (R-CA-28); Henry Waxman (D-CA-29); Xavier Becerra (D-CA-30); Matthew Martinez (D-CA-31); Julian Dixon (D-CA-32); Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA-33); Grace Flores Napolitano (D-CA-34); Maxine Waters (D-CA-35); Steven Kuykendall (R-CA-36); Juanita Millender-McDonald(D-CA-37); Steve Horn (R-CA-38); Edward Royce (R-CA-39); Jerry Lewis (R-CA-40); Joe Baca (D-CA-42); Ken Calvert (R-CA-43); Mary Bono (R-CA-44); Loretta Sanchez (D-CA-46); Ron Packard (R-CA-48); Brian Bilbray (R-CA-49); Bob Filner (D-CA-50).  Voted Nay: Wally Herger (R-CA-2); John Doolittle (R-CA-4); Richard Pombo (R-CA-11); Fortney Stark (D-CA-13); Gary Condit (D-CA-18); Gary Miller (R-CA-41); Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA-45); Christopher Cox (R-CA-47); Randy Cunningham (R-CA-51); Duncan Hunter (R-CA-52).   Not Voting: Tom Campbell (R-CA-15).  COLORADO  Voted Yea: Diana DeGette (D-CO-1); Mark Udall (D-CO-2).  Voted Nay: Scott McInnis (R-CO-3); Bob Schaffer (R-CO-4); Joel Hefley (R-CO-5); Thomas Gerard Tancredo (R-CO-6).   CONNECTICUT  Voted Yea: John Larson (D-CT-1); Sam Gejdenson (D-CT-2); Rosa DeLauro (D-CT-3); Christopher Shays (R-CT-4); James Maloney (D-CT-5); Nancy Johnson (R-CT-6).  DELAWARE  Voted Yea: Michael Castle (R-DE-AL).  FLORIDA  Voted Yea: Corrine Brown (D-FL-3); Tillie Fowler (R-FL-4); Karen Thurman (D-FL-5); Michael Bilirakis (R-FL-9); C.W. Young (R-FL-10); Jim Davis (D-FL-11); Mark Foley (R-FL-16); Carrie Meek (D-FL-17); Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL-18); Robert Wexler (D-FL-19); Peter Deutsch (D-FL-20); Lincoln Diaz-Balart (R-FL-21); E. Clay Shaw (R-FL-22).  Voted Nay: Joe Scarborough (R-FL-1); F. Allen Boyd (D-FL-2) Cliff Stearns (R-FL-6); Charles Canady (R-FL-12); Dan Miller (R-FL-13); Porter Goss (R-FL-14); David Weldon (R-FL-15).   Not Voting: John Mica (R-FL-7); Bill McCollum (R-FL-8); Alcee Hastings (D-FL-23).  GEORGIA  Voted Yea: Jack Kingston (R-GA-1); Sanford Bishop (D-GA-2); Cynthia McKinney (D-GA-4); John Lewis (D-GA-5); Johnny Isakson (R-GA-6); John Linder (R-GA-11).  Voted Nay: Michael Collins (R-GA-3); Bob Barr (R-GA-7); Saxby Chambliss (R-GA-8); Nathan Deal (R-GA-9); Charles Norwood (R-GA-10).  HAWAII  Voted Yea: Neil Abercrombie (D-HI-1); Patsy Mink (D-HI-2).  IDAHO  Voted Yea: Mike Simpson (R-ID-2).  Not Voting: Helen Chenoweth (R-ID-1).  ILLINOIS  Voted Yea: Bobby Rush (D-IL-1); Jesse Jackson (D-IL-2); William Lipinski (D-IL-3); Luis Gutierrez (D-IL-4); Rod Blagojevich (D-IL-5); Henry Hyde (R-IL-6); Danny Davis (D-IL-7); Philip Crane (R-IL-8); Janice Schakowsky (D-IL-9); John Edward Porter (R-IL-10); Jerry Weller (R-IL-11); Jerry Costello (D-IL-12); Judy Biggert (R-IL-13); Thomas Ewing (R-IL-15); Lane Evans (D-IL-17); Ray LaHood (R-IL-18); John Shimkus (R-IL-20).  Voted Nay: Donald Manzullo (R-IL-16); David Phelps (D-IL-19).  INDIANA  Voted Yea: Peter Visclosky (D-IN-1); Mark Souder (R-IN-4); Steve Buyer (R-IN-5); Dan Burton (R-IN-6); Edward Pease (R-IN-7); Baron Hill (D-IN-9); Julia Carson (D-IN-10).  Voted Nay: Tim Roemer (D-IN-3); John Hostettler (R-IN-8).  Not Voting: David McIntosh (R-IN-2).  IOWA  Voted Yea: Jim Leach (R-IA-1); Jim Nussle (R-IA-2); Leonard Boswell (D-IA-3); Greg Ganske (R-IA-4); Tom Latham (R-IA-5).  KANSAS  Voted Yea: Dennis Moore (D-KS-3).  Voted Nay: Jerry Moran (R-KS-1); Jim Ryun (R-KS-2); Todd Tiahrt (R-KS-4).  KENTUCKY  Voted Yea: Anne Northup (R-KY-3); Ken Lucas (D-KY-4); Harold Rogers (R-KY-5); Ernest Lee Fletcher (R-KY-6).  Voted Nay: Edward Whitfield (R-KY-1); Ron Lewis (R-KY-2).  LOUISIANA  Voted Yea: W.J. Tauzin (R-LA-3); Jim McCrery (R-LA-4); John Cooksey (R-LA-5); Richard Baker (R-LA-6).  Voted Nay: David Vitter (R-LA-1); William Jefferson (D-LA-2).  Not Voting: Chris John (D-LA-7).  MAINE  Voted Yea: Thomas Allen (D-ME-1); John Baldacci (D-ME-2).  MARYLAND  Voted Yea: Wayne Gilchrest (R-MD-1); Robert Ehrlich (R-MD-2); Benjamin Cardin (D-MD-3); Albert Wynn (D-MD-4); Steny Hoyer (D-MD-5); Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD-6); Elijah Cummings (D-MD-7); Constance Morella (R-MD-8).  MASSACHUSETTS  Voted Yea: John Olver (D-MA-1); Richard Neal (D-MA-2); Barney Frank (D-MA-4); Marty Meehan (D-MA-5); John Tierney (D-MA-6); Edward Markey (D-MA-7); Michael Capuano (D-MA-8); Joe Moakley (D-MA-9).  Not Voting: James McGovern (D-MA-3); William Delahunt (D-MA-10).  MICHIGAN  Voted Yea: Vernon Ehlers (R-MI-3); Dave Camp (R-MI-4); James Barcia (D-MI-5); Fred Upton (R-MI-6); Debbie Stabenow (D-MI-8); Dale Kildee (D-MI-9); David Bonior (D-MI-10); Joseph Knollenberg (R-MI-11); Sander Levin (D-MI-12); Carolyn Kilpatrick (D-MI-15); John Dingell (D-MI-16).  Voted Nay: Peter Hoekstra (R-MI-2); Nick Smith (R-MI-7); Lynn Rivers (D-MI-13).  Not Voting: Bart Stupak (D-MI-1); John Conyers (D-MI-14).  MINNESOTA  Voted Yea: Gil Gutknecht (R-MN-1); David Minge (D-MN-2); Jim Ramstad (R-MN-3); Martin Olav Sabo (D-MN-5).  Voted Nay: Bill Luther (D-MN-6); Collin Peterson (D-MN-7); James Oberstar (D-MN-8).  MISSISSIPPI  Voted Yea: Roger Wicker (R-MS-1); Bennie Thompson (D-MS-2).  Voted Nay: Charles Pickering (R-MS-3); Ronnie Shows (D-MS-4); Gene Taylor (D-MS-5).  MISSOURI  Voted Yea: William Clay (D-MO-1); Ike Skelton (D-MO-4); Karen McCarthy (D-MO-5); Kenny Hulshof (R-MO-9).  Voted Nay: Roy Blunt (R-MO-7); Jo Ann Emerson (R-MO-8).  Not Voting: James Talent (R-MO-2); Richard Gephardt (D-MO-3); Pat Danner (D-MO-6).  MONTANA  Voted Yea: Rick Hill (R-MT-AL).  NEBRASKA  Voted Yea: Doug Bereuter (R-NE-1); Lee Terry (R-NE-2).  Voted Nay: Bill Barrett (R-NE-3).  NEVADA  Voted Yea: Shelley Berkley (D-NV-1); James Gibbons (R-NV-2).  NEW HAMPSHIRE  Voted Yea: John Sununu (R-NH-1); Charles Bass (R-NH-2).  NEW JERSEY  Voted Yea: Robert Andrews (D-NJ-1); Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ-2); Jim Saxton (R-NJ-3); Christopher Smith (R-NJ-4); Marge Roukema (R-NJ-5); Frank Pallone (D-NJ-6); William Pascrell (D-NJ-8); Steven Rothman (D-NJ-9); Donald Payne (D-NJ-10); Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ-11); Rush Holt (D-NJ-12); Robert Menendez (D-NJ-13).  Not Voting: Bob Franks (R-NJ-7).  NEW MEXICO  Voted Yea: Heather Wilson (R-NM-1); Joe Skeen (R-NM-2); Tom Udall (D-NM-3).  NEW YORK  Voted Yea: Michael Forbes (D-NY-1); Peter King (R-NY-3); Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY-4); Gary Ackerman (D-NY-5); Joseph Crowley (D-NY-7); Jerrold Nadler (D-NY-8); Anthony David Weiner (D-NY-9); Edolphus Towns (D-NY-10); Major Owens (D-NY-11); Nydia Velazquez (D-NY-12); Vito Fossella (R-NY-13); Carolyn Maloney (D-NY-14); Charles Rangel (D-NY-15); Jose Serrano (D-NY-16); Nita Lowey (D-NY-18); Sue Kelly (R-NY-19); Benjamin Gilman (R-NY-20); Michael McNulty (D-NY-21); John Sweeney (R-NY-22); Sherwood Boehlert (R-NY-23); John McHugh (R-NY-24); James Walsh (R-NY-25); Maurice Hinchey (D-NY-26); Thomas Reynolds (R-NY-27); Louise McIntosh Slaughter (D-NY-28); John LaFalce (D-NY-29); Jack Quinn (R-NY-30); Amo Houghton (R-NY-31).  Not Voting: Rick Lazio (R-NY-2); Gregory Meeks (D-NY-6); Eliot Engel (D-NY-17).  NORTH CAROLINA  Voted Yea: Eva Clayton (D-NC-1); Bob Etheridge (D-NC-2); David Price (D-NC-4); Richard Burr (R-NC-5); Howard Coble (R-NC-6); Mike McIntyre (D-NC-7); Cass Ballenger (R-NC-10); Charles Taylor (R-NC-11); Melvin Watt (D-NC-12).  Voted Nay: Walter Jones (R-NC-3); Robin Hayes (R-NC-8); Sue Myrick (R-NC-9).  NORTH DAKOTA  Voted Yea: Earl Pomeroy (D-ND-AL).   OHIO  Voted Yea: Rob Portman (R-OH-2); Tony Hall (D-OH-3); Michael Oxley (R-OH-4); Paul Gillmor (R-OH-5); Ted Strickland (D-OH-6); David Hobson (R-OH-7); John Boehner (R-OH-8); Marcy Kaptur (D-OH-9); Stephanie Tubbs Jones (D-OH-11); John Kasich (R-OH-12); Thomas Sawyer (D-OH-14); Deborah Pryce (R-OH-15); Ralph Regula (R-OH-16); James Traficant (D-OH-17); Bob Ney (R-OH-18); Steven LaTourette (R-OH-19).  Voted Nay: Steve Chabot (R-OH-1); Dennis Kucinich (D-OH-10).  Not Voting: Sherrod Brown (D-OH-13).  OKLAHOMA  Voted Yea: J.C. Watts (R-OK-4).  Voted Nay: Tom Coburn (R-OK-2) Wes Watkins (R-OK-3) Ernest Istook (R-OK-5) Frank Lucas (R-OK-6).  Not Voting: Steve Largent (R-OK-1).  OREGON  Voted Yea: David Wu (D-OR-1); Earl Blumenauer (D-OR-3); Darlene Hooley (D-OR-5).  Voted Nay: Greg Walden (R-OR-2) Peter DeFazio (D-OR-4).  PENNSYLVANIA  Voted Yea: Bob Brady (D-PA-1); Chaka Fattah (D-PA-2); Robert Borski (D-PA-3); Tim Holden (D-PA-6); Curt Weldon (R-PA-7); Jim Greenwood (R-PA-8); Bud Shuster (R-PA-9); Don Sherwood (R-PA-10); Paul Kanjorski (D-PA-11); John Murtha (D-PA-12); Joseph Hoeffel (D-PA-13); William Coyne (D-PA-14); George Gekas (R-PA-17); Mike Doyle (D-PA-18); William Goodling (R-PA-19); Frank Mascara (D-PA-20); Philip English (R-PA-21).  Voted Nay: Pat Toomey (R-PA-15); Joseph Pitts (R-PA-16).  Not Voting: Ron Klink (D-PA-4) John Peterson (R-PA-5).  RHODE ISLAND  Voted Yea: Patrick Kennedy (D-RI-1) Robert Weygand (D-RI-2).  SOUTH CAROLINA  Voted Yea: John Spratt (D-SC-5) James Clyburn (D-SC-6).  Voted Nay: Mark Sanford (R-SC-1); Floyd Spence (R-SC-2); Lindsey Graham (R-SC-3); Jim DeMint (R-SC-4).  SOUTH DAKOTA  Voted Nay: John Thune (R-SD-AL).  TENNESSEE  Voted Yea: Zach Wamp (R-TN-3); Bob Clement (D-TN-5); Bart Gordon (D-TN-6); Ed Bryant (R-TN-7); Harold Ford (D-TN-9).  Voted Nay: William Jenkins (R-TN-1); John Duncan (R-TN-2); Van Hilleary (R-TN-4); John Tanner (D-TN-8).  TEXAS  Voted Yea: Jim Turner (D-TX-2); Pete Sessions (R-TX-5); Nicholas Lampson (D-TX-9); Lloyd Doggett (D-TX-10); Kay Granger (R-TX-12); Ruben Hinojosa (D-TX-15); Silvestre Reyes (D-TX-16); Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX-18); Charles Gonzalez (D-TX-20); Lamar Smith (R-TX-21); Henry Bonilla (R-TX-23); Martin Frost (D-TX-24); Ken Bentsen (D-TX-25); Richard Armey (R-TX-26); Solomon Ortiz (D-TX-27); Ciro Rodriguez (D-TX-28); Gene Green (D-TX-29); Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX-30).  Voted Nay: Max Sandlin (D-TX-1); Sam Johnson (R-TX-3); Ralph Hall (D-TX-4); Joe Barton (R-TX-6); Bill Archer (R-TX-7); Kevin Brady (R-TX-8); Chet Edwards (D-TX-11); William Thornberry (R-TX-13); Ron Paul (R-TX-14); Charles Stenholm (D-TX-17); Larry Combest (R-TX-19); Tom DeLay (R-TX-22).  UTAH  Voted Nay: James Hansen (R-UT-1); Merrill Cook (R-UT-2); Christopher Cannon (R-UT-3).  VERMONT  Voted Yea: Bernard Sanders (I-VT-AL).  VIRGINIA  Voted Yea: Owen Pickett (D-VA-2); Bobby Scott (D-VA-3); Norman Sisisky (D-VA-4); Thomas Bliley (R-VA-7); James Moran (D-VA-8); Rick Boucher (D-VA-9); Frank Wolf (R-VA-10); Thomas Davis (R-VA-11).  Voted Nay: Virgil Goode (D-VA-5); Bob Goodlatte (R-VA-6).  WASHINGTON  Voted Yea: Jay Inslee (D-WA-1); Jack Metcalf (R-WA-2); Brian Baird (D-WA-3); Doc Hastings (R-WA-4); George Nethercutt (R-WA-5); Norman Dicks (D-WA-6); Jennifer Dunn (R-WA-8); Adam Smith (D-WA-9).  Voted Nay: Jim McDermott (D-WA-7).  WEST VIRGINIA  Voted Yea: Alan Mollohan (D-WV-1).  Voted Nay: Nick Rahall (D-WV-3).  Not Voting: Robert Wise (D-WV-2).  WISCONSIN  Voted Yea: Paul Ryan (R-WI-1); Tammy Baldwin (D-WI-2); Jerry Kleczka (D-WI-4); Thomas Barrett (D-WI-5); Thomas Petri (R-WI-6); David Obey (D-WI-7); Mark Green (R-WI-8).  Voted Nay: Ronald Kind (D-WI-3); F. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI-9).  WYOMING  Voted Nay: Barbara Cubin (R-WY-AL).  

House Consideration Of Conference Report

Waiving Points Of Order Against Conference Report On H.R. 4811, Foreign Operations, Export Financing, And Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2001 (House of Representatives – October 25, 2000)

[Page: H10833]

Ms. KILPATRICK.
…With the international family planning language set, with the $420 million appropriation there to help family planning for women all over the world, it is a major effort. I commend the gentleman from Alabama (Chairman Callahan) and the gentlewoman from California (Ms. Pelosi), the ranking member, for working closely and hard on that.

[Page: H10836]

Mrs. MALONEY.
…This conference report is the first time in 5 years that this body has increased funding for international family planning. Just 5 years ago, we spent $200 million more a year to save women’s lives. With the increase in this bill today, raising USAID funding to $425 million from $385 million last year, we are taking the first step to restoring our commitment to the life-saving resources international family planning provides to some of the world’s poorest women.

[Page: H10840]
Mr. STARK. …This bill also includes no restrictions on international family planning activities for non-profit organizations. I’m not sure why my anti-abortion colleagues have allowed this bill to proceed, but I’m thankful that this body has begun to realize that we cannot force our own personal morality on other people. I hope that in the future this body will continue on this path and support a woman’s right to choose.

H.R. 4811
Making Appropriations for Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2001

Sec. 598. Family Planning
The conference agreement provides a ceiling of $425,000,000 for population planning activities or other population assistance but prohibits any of such funds from being obligated or expended until February 15, 2001. The managers believe this will afford adequate time for the exercise of the authority of the President under the Foreign Assistance Act and other law to determine what terms and conditions, if any, should be imposed on assistance for population planning and other population activities.

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