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Congressman Tom McClintock

Representing the 4th District of California

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3/3/15 HR 240 - Motion to Recede and Concur in the Senate Amendment to H.R. 240: No.  This motion bypassed the conference process and sent the Department of Homeland Security appropriations bill to the President without ANY provision forbidding him from funding his unlawful and unconstitutional amnesty orders.

Vote Notes for Friday, February 27th Floor Actions on Department of Homeland Security (DHS) funding. (A different version of the bill was brought back for a vote on March 3, 2015. Congressman McClintock voted NO on that version of the bill). 2/27/15: Motion to go to Conference on HR 240: Yes. 2/27/15: H.J. Res 35 – Temporary Funding for the Department of Homeland Security: Yes. On January 14th, the House voted to adopt HR 240 to fully fund the Department of Homeland Security while forbidding the President from using those funds for his illegal amnesty order...
2/13/15 HR 636 - America’s Small Business Tax Relief Act: YES. Makes permanent a variety of small business tax deductions involving equipment and property purchases. In recent years, these provisions have to be renewed in “Tax Extender” bills, creating enormous uncertainty...

2/25/15 H.R. 1020 -  STEM Education Act: NO.  STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education is an important field, but should not be funded by federal grant programs for which there is virtually no accountability.  Individual districts should assess their own students’ unique needs; tailor their programs to meet those needs and fund them accordingly.

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