Legislation

Bill # Bill Description Updated
S. 3123 Sponsored  — A bill to suspend temporarily the duty on ski and snowboard pants.
S. 633 Cosponsored  — A bill to require the Secretary of the Treasury to mint coins in commemoration of veterans who became disabled for life while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States.
S. 3175 Sponsored  — A bill to amend title 35, United States code, with respect to establishing procedures for granting authority to the Under Secretary for Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the Patent and Trademark Office to grant compulsory patent licenses for exporting patented pharmaceutical products to certain countries consistent with international commitments made by the United States, and for other purposes.
S. 3124 Sponsored  — A bill to suspend temporarily the duty on ski boots, cross country ski footwear and snowboard boots.
S. 3126 Sponsored  — A bill to suspend temporarily the duty on ski and snowboard pants.
S. 2566 Cosponsored  — A bill to provide for coordination of proliferation interdiction activities and conventional arms disarmament, and for other purposes.
S. 2970 Cosponsored  — A bill to require the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to provide free credit monitoring and credit reports for veterans and others affected by the theft of veterans' personal data, to ensure that such persons are appropriately notified of such thefts, and for other purposes.
S. Res. 488 Cosponsored  — A resolution expressing the sense of Congress that institutions of higher education should adopt policies and educational programs on their campuses to help deter and eliminate illicit copyright infringement occurring on, and encourage educational uses of, their computer systems and networks.
S. 2917 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend the Communications Act of 1934 to ensure net neutrality.
S. Res. 484 Cosponsored  — A resolution expressing the sense of the Senate condemning the military junta in Burma for its recent campaign of terror against ethnic minorities and calling on the United Nations Security Council to adopt immediately a binding non-punitive resolution on Burma.
S. 1881 Cosponsored  — A bill to require the Secretary of the Treasury to mint coins in commemoration of the Old Mint at San Francisco otherwise known as the "Granite Lady", and for other purposes.
S. 2810 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to eliminate months in 2006 from the calculation of any late enrollment penalty under the Medicare part D prescription drug program and to provide for additional funding for State health insurance counseling program and area agencies on aging, and for other purposes.
S. Res. 472 Sponsored  — A resolution commemorating and acknowledging the dedication and sacrifice made by the men and women who have lost their lives while serving as law enforcement officers.
S. 2770 Cosponsored  — A bill to impose sanctions on certain officials of Uzbekistan responsible for the Andijan massacre.
S. Res. 451 Cosponsored  — A resolution expressing the support of the Senate for the reconvening of the Parliament of Nepal and for an immediate, peaceful transition to democracy.
S. 2292 Cosponsored  — A bill to provide relief for the Federal judiciary from excessive rent charges.
S. 2681 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend title 10, United States Code, to provide for reports on the withdrawal or diversion of equipment from Reserve units to other Reserve units being mobilized, and for other purposes.
S. 2557 Cosponsored  — A bill to improve competition in the oil and gas industry, to strengthen antitrust enforcement with regard to industry mergers, and for other purposes.
S. 2658 Cosponsored  — A bill to amend title 10, United States Code, to enhance the national defense through empowerment of the Chief of the National Guard Bureau and the enhancement of the functions of the National Guard Bureau, and for other purposes.
S. Res. 441 Cosponsored  — A resolution expressing the support of the Senate for the reconvening of the Parliament of Nepal and for an immediate, peaceful transition to democracy.
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