SCORECARD – Bill Cassidy


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Rep. Bill Cassidy

Louisiana
6th District

Cassidy belongs to the Tea Party Caucus and has voted consistently with the most extreme members of his party. Though a medical doctor, Cassidy toed the Tea Party line in all attempts to take health care away from those who would get it through the Affordable Care Act. READ MORE

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VOTEVOTE DESCRIPTIONTEA PARTYBILL CASSIDY
H.R. 152,
Vote #14
Requires Congress to offset spending for victims of Hurricane Sandy by cutting elsewhere in the budget.
H.R. 152,
Vote #22
Provides relief funds for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
H.R. 152,
Vote #23
Provides funding for relief for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
H.R. 325,
Vote #30
Increases the debt limit until May 2013.
H.Res. 99,
Vote #60
Procedural vote to fund government that does not allow for amendments.
H.R. 933,
Vote #62
Funds government.
H.Con.Res. 25,
Vote #88
House Republican budget, which privatizes Medicare and raises the eligibility age and block-grants Medicaid.
H.R. 1120,
Vote #101
Suspends the work of the National Labor Relations Board.
H.Res. 175,
Vote #122
Guts the Affordable Care Act's prevention fund.
H.R. 807,
Vote #142
Puts foreign nations like China that hold U.S. bonds first in line for repayment should the U.S. default on its debt.
H.R. 45,
Vote #154
Repeals the Affordable Care Act.
H.R. 3,
Vote #179
Approves construction of the Keystone Pipeline.
H.R. 1947,
Vote #286
A version of the FARM bill that cuts $20 billion from food stamps; leaves in place billions in agricultural subsidies.
H.R. 2609,
Vote #319
Cuts over a billion from research and development of alternative energy.
H.R. 2642,
Vote #353
FARM bill that does not include food stamps.
H.R. 2667,
Vote #361
Delays Affordable Care Act mandate that large employers offer employees minimum essential health coverage.
H.R. 2668,
Vote #363
Delays the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act.
H.R. 2397,
Vote #412
Bars NSA from gathering data about people who are not under active investigation.
H.R. 367,
Vote #437
Requires congressional vote for any action by the executive branch that would tax, levy or price carbon polution.
H.R. 367,
Vote #445
Puts Congress in charge of all rules and regulations including clean air, clean water, food safety, work safety, chemical safety.
H.R. 2009,
Vote #447
Prohibits the Secretary of the Treasury, or any delegate of the Secretary, from implementing or enforcing any provisions of or amendments made by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
H.R. 2775,
Vote #458
Requires a system of income verification beyond the existing system in the Affordable Care Act to ensure eligibility for premium subsidies.
H.R. 3102,
Vote #476
Cuts nearly $40 billion from food stamps and drastically restricts food stamp eligibility.
H.J.Res. 59,
Vote #478
Short-term bill to fund government that also defunds the Affordable Care Act.
H.J.Res. 59,
Vote #498
Strips appropriations bill of the Affordable Care Act, shutting down the government.
H.Res. 367,
Vote #502
Strips the Affordable Care Act from bill funding the government.
H.J.Res. 59,
Vote #504
Strips the Affordable Care Act from bill funding the government.
H.Res. 368,
Vote #505
Strips the Affordable Care Act from bill funding the government.
H.J.Res. 71,
Vote #507
Funds the District of Columbia separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.Res. 370,
Vote #509
Funds various government agencies separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 70,
Vote #512
Funds the National Park Service separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.R. 3230,
Vote #515
Funds part of the Department of Defense separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 72,
Vote #517
Funds certain veterans' benefits separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.Res. 371,
Vote #519
Funds the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 85,
Vote #521
Funds FEMA separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 75,
Vote #523
Funds certain maternal health and nutrition programs separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 77,
Vote #527
Funds the Food and Drug Administration separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 84,
Vote #529
Funds Head Start separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.Res. 373,
Vote #531
Gives federal employees back pay for wages lost during the shutdown but does not reopen the government.
H.J.Res. 90,
Vote #536
Funds the Federal Aviation Administration separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 79,
Vote #539
Funds the Department of Homeland Security separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 76,
Vote #541
Funds the National Nuclear Security Administration; refusing to allow a vote to reopen the government by funding the rest of the government including the Affordable Care Act.
H.Res. 380,
Vote #543
Funds certain programs of the Department of Agriculture separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.J.Res. 80,
Vote #547
Funds the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Bureau of Indian Education and the Indian Health Service separately while continuing to block funding for the Affordable Care Act and the rest of the government.
H.R. 2775,
Vote #550
The final vote to reopen government and raise the debt ceiling temporarily without defunding the Affordable Care Act.
H.R. 2728,
Vote #604
Gives states the right to supersede federal laws on hydraulic fracturing.
H.R. 1900,
Vote #611
Speeds up the permitting process for establishing natural gas pipelines.
H.J.Res. 59,
Vote #640
The Murray/Ryan budget deal stemming from the agreement made to reopen the government.

NV = Did Not Vote ; P = Voted Present