Legislation

Bill # Bill Description Updated
S. 2370 Sponsored  — A bill to amend title 11, United States Code, to make bankruptcy organization more efficient for small business debtors, and for other purposes.
S. 1925 Cosponsored  — A bill to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act of 1994.
S. Res. 439 Cosponsored  — A resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that Village Voice Media Holdings, LLC should eliminate the "adult entertainment" section of the classified advertising website Backpage.com.
S.Res. 439 Cosponsored  — A resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that Village Voice Media Holdings, LLC should eliminate the “adult entertainmentâ€? section of the classified advertising website Backpage.com.
S. 2343 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 to extend the reduced interest rate for Federal Direct Stafford Loans, and for other purposes.
S. 2318 Cosponsored  — Department of State Rewards Program Update and Technical Corrections Act of 2012
S. 2325 Cosponsored  — A bill to authorize further assistance to Israel for the Iron Dome anti-missile defense system.
S. 2299 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and title 38, United States Code, to improve the provision of civil relief to members of the uniformed services and to improve the enforcement of employment and reemployment rights of such members, and for other purposes.
S. 2295 Cosponsored  — A bill to permit manufacturers of generic drugs to provide additional warnings with respect to such drugs in the same manner that the Food and Drug Administration allows brand names to do so.
S. 2254 Cosponsored  — A bill to direct the Attorney General to establish uniform standards for the exchange of controlled substance and prescription information for the purpose of preventing diversion, fraud, and abuse of controlled substances and other prescription drugs.
S. 2250 Cosponsored  — Mortgage Forgiveness Tax Relief Act
S. Res. 412 Cosponsored  — A resolution commending the African Union for committing to a coordinated military response, comprised of 5,000 troops from Uganda, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and South Sudan, in order to fortify ongoing efforts to arrest Joseph Kony and senior commanders of the Lord's Resistance Army and to stop the crimes against humanity and mass atrocities committed by them.
S. Res. 391 Cosponsored  — A resolution condemning violence by the Government of Syria against journalists, and expressing the sense of the Senate on freedom of the press in Syria.
S. 2281 Sponsored  — A bill to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to strengthen the ability of the Food and Drug Administration to seek advice from external experts regarding rare diseases, the burden of rare diseases, and the unmet medical needs of individuals with rare diseases.
S. Res. 80 Cosponsored  — A resolution condemning the Government of Iran for its state-sponsored persecution of its Baha'i minority and its continued violation of the International Covenants on Human Rights.
S.Res. 412 Cosponsored  — A resolution commending the African Union for committing to a coordinated military response, comprised of 5,000 troops from Uganda, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and South Sudan, in order to fortify ongoing efforts to arrest Joseph Kony and senior commanders of the Lord’s Resistance Army and to stop the crimes against humanity and mass atrocities committed by them.
S. 2239 Cosponsored  — Veteran Skills to Jobs Act
S. 2241 Cosponsored  — A bill to ensure that veterans have the information and protections they require to make informed decisions regarding use of Post-9/11 Educational Assistance, and for other purposes.
S. 2237 Cosponsored  — A bill to provide a temporary income tax credit for increased payroll and extend bonus depreciation for an additional year, and for other purposes.
S. 2231 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Federal Credit Union Act, to advance the ability of credit unions to promote small business growth and economic development opportunities, and for other purposes.
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