Votes on Policy Area emergency management by Representative gabbard voting nay

YearNumQuestion/Description gabbard Date
2019 8 On Motion to Recommit with Instructions Making further continuing appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for fiscal year 2019, and for other purposes 3-Jan-2019
2018 381 On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass Biometric Identification Transnational Migration Alert Program Authorization Act 4-Sep-2018
2015 108 On Motion to Table the Senate Amendment Making appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015, and for other purposes 3-Mar-2015
2015 102 On Motion to Request a Conference Making appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015, and for other purposes 27-Feb-2015
2015 35 On Passage Making appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015, and for other purposes 14-Jan-2015
2015 33 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 10 Schock of Illinois Part B Amendment No. 5 ; An amendment numbered 5 printed in Part B of House Report 114-2 to express a sense of Congress that the Administration should stop putting the interest of immigrants who worked within the legal framework to come to the US behind those who came here illegally. ; Amendment expresses the sense of Congress that the Administration should stop putting the interest of immigrants who worked within the legal framework to come to the U.S. behind those who came here illegally. 14-Jan-2015
2015 32 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 9 Salmon of Arizona Part B Amendment No. 4 ; An amendment numbered 4 printed in Part B of House Report 114-2 to express a sense of Congress that the Executive Branch should not pursue policies that disadvantage the hiring of U.S. citizens and those lawfully present in the United States by making it economically advantageous to hire workers who came to the country illegally. ; Amendment expresses the sense of Congress that the Executive Branch should not pursue policies that disadvantage the hiring of U.S. citizens and those lawfully present in the United States by making it economically advantageous to hire workers who came to the country illegally. 14-Jan-2015
2015 31 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 8 DeSantis of Florida Part B Amendment No. 3 ; An amendment numbered 3 printed in Part B of House Report 114-2 to require that DHS treat any alien convicted of any offense involving domestic violence, sexual abuse, child molestation, or child abuse or exploitation as within the categories of aliens subject to DHS's highest civil immigration enforcement. ; Amendment requires that DHS treat any alien convicted of any offense involving domestic violence, sexual abuse, child molestation, or child abuse or exploitation as within the categories of aliens subject to DHS's highest civil immigration enforcement. 14-Jan-2015
2015 30 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 7 Blackburn of Tennessee Part B Amendment No. 2 ; An amendment numbered 2 printed in Part B of House Report 114-2 to provide that no funds may be used to consider new, renewal or previously denied DACA applications. ; Amendment prohibits Federal funding, fees, or resources from being used to consider or adjudicate any new, renewal, or previously denied application for any alien requesting consideration for deferred action. 14-Jan-2015
2015 29 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 6 Aderholt of Alabama Part B Amendment No. 1 ; An amendment numbered 1 printed in Part B of House Report 114-2 to prevent any funds from whatever source to be used to carry-out (1) the Executive actions announced on November 20, 2014 to grant deferred action to certain unlawful aliens and for other purposes, and (2) four of the `Morton Memos' on prosecutorial discretion and immigration enforcement priorities issued in 2011 and 2012 that effectively prevent certain classes of unlawful aliens from being removed from the country. 2) Declares that no funds may be used to carry-out any substantially similar policies to those defunded. 3) Declares that the policies defunded and any substantially similar policies have no statutory or constitutional basis and therefore no legal effect. 4) Provides that no funds may be used to grant any Federal benefit to any alien as a result of the policies defunded. ; Amendment prevents use of any funds to: (1) carry-out the Executive actions announced on November 20, 2014 to grant deferred action to certain unlawful aliens and for other purposes, or four of the "Morton Memos" on prosecutorial discretion and immigration enforcement priorities issued in 2011 and 2012 that effectively prevent certain classes of unlawful aliens from being removed from the country; 2) declares that no funds may be used to carry-out any substantially similar policies to those defunded; 3) declares that the policies defunded and any substantially similar policies have no statutory or constitutional basis and therefore no legal effect; and 4) provides that no funds may be used to grant any Federal benefit to any alien as a result of the policies defunded. 14-Jan-2015
2013 522 On Passage Making continuing appropriations for the Federal Emergency Management Agency for fiscal year 2014, and for other purposes 4-Oct-2013
2013 521 On Motion to Table the Appeal of the Ruling of the Chair Making continuing appropriations for the Federal Emergency Management Agency for fiscal year 2014, and for other purposes 4-Oct-2013
2013 211 On Passage Making appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2014, and for other purposes 6-Jun-2013
2013 209 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 138 Blackburn of Tennessee Amendment ; An amendment to prohibit the use of funds to be used for any activity by Transportation Security Administration Transportation Security Officers outside an airport as defined in section 47102 of title 49, United States Code. ; At the end of the bill (before the short title), add the following: SEC.___. None of the funds made available by this Act may be used for any activity by Transportation Security Administration Transportation Security Officers outside an airport as defined in section 47102 of title 49, United States Code. 6-Jun-2013
2013 208 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 136 King of Iowa Amendment ; An amendment to prohibit the use of funds to finalize, implement, administer, or enforce the "Morton Memos". ; Amendment prohibits use of funds to finalize, implement, administer, or enforce the documents known as "Morton memos". 6-Jun-2013
2013 202 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 120 Ryan of Ohio Amendment ; An amendment to prohibit the use of funds by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to provide visas to Brazilians. ; Amendment sought to prohibit use of funds in the bill to pay the salary of any officer or employee of the Department of Homeland Security who approves immigration petitions for relatives, fiances, or workers coming from Brazil. 5-Jun-2013
2013 201 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 117 Garrett of New Jersey Amendment ; An amendment to prohibit the use of funds to be used by the TSA or a Visible Intermodal Protection and Response (VIPR) team to conduct a security screening other than pursuant to section 44901 of title 49, United States Code. ; Amendment sought to prohibit use of funds from being utilized by mobile Visible Intermodal Protection and Response teams (VIPR). 5-Jun-2013
2013 199 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 115 Bishop of New York Amendment ; An amendment to eliminate the National Bio- and Agro-defense facility and apply the savings to the spending reduction account. ; Amendment sought to strike the $404 million in funding for the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) planned for Manhattan, KS, and to apply the savings to the deficit reduction account. 5-Jun-2013
2013 196 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 101 Heck of Nevada Amendment ; An amendment to reduce funds for the Office of the Under Secretary for Management by $5 million and the Office of the Chief Financial Officer by $10 million, US Customs and Border Patrol Salaries and Expenses by $2 million, Federal Emergency Management Agency Salaries and Expenses by $5 million, and increase funds for Federal Emergency Management Agency State and Local Projects by $22 million. ; Amendment sought to increase funding (by offset) for the Urban Area Security Initiative by $22 million. 5-Jun-2013
2013 21 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 15 Bishop of Utah Part C Amdt. No. 11 to Frelinghuysen of New Jersey Amdt. ; An amendment numbered 11 printed in Part C of House Report 113-1 to prohibit the Secretaries of the Interior or Agriculture from acquiring any more federal land using funds provided under this emergency supplemental appropriations bill for Hurricane Sandy relief. ; Page 49, after line 9, add the following: TITLE XI--GENERAL PROVISIONS LIMITATION ON USE OF FUNDS SEC. 1101. None of the funds provided in this Act shall be used for land acquisition by the Secretary of the Interior or the Secretary of Agriculture. 15-Jan-2013
2013 20 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 14 Benishek of Michigan Part C Amdt. No. 10 to Frelinghuysen of New Jersey Amdt. ; An amendment numbered 10 printed in Part C of House Report 113-1 to strike the proviso on line 20, restoring the requirement that local investments are required in Historic Preservation Grants. ; Amendment sought to strike the proviso on line 20, restoring the requirement that local investments would be required in Historic Preservation Grants. 15-Jan-2013
2013 19 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 13 Fleming of Louisiana Part C Amdt. No. 9, as Modified to Frelinghuysen of New Jersey Amdt. ; An amendment numbered 9 printed in Part C of House Report 113-1 to cut $9,800,000 from the Fish & Wildlife Service for rebuilding seawalls and buildings on uninhabited islands in the Steward McKinney National Wildlife Refuge in Connecticut. ; Amendment to cut $9,800,000 from the Fish & Wildlife Service for rebuilding seawalls and buildings on uninhabited islands in the Stewart McKinney National Wildlife Refuge in Connecticut. 15-Jan-2013
2013 18 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 9 Duncan of South Carolina Part C Amdt. No. 5 to Frelinghuysen of New Jersey Amdt. ; An amendment numbered 5 printed in Part C of House Report 113-1 to strip out the extra $1M for Legal Services Corporation (LSC) and replaces that with a limitation against funding for LSC. ; Amendment sought to strike $1 million in the bill for the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) and to replace it with language prohibiting use of funds in the bill for LSC. 15-Jan-2013
2013 17 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 8 Broun of Georgia Part C Amdt. No. 4 to Frelinghuysen of New Jersey Amdt. ; An amendment numbered 4 printed in Part C of House Report 113-1 to strike $13,000,000 in funding to "accelerate the National Weather Service ground readiness project". ; Amendment sought to strike $13 million in funding for National Weather Service's ground readiness project. 15-Jan-2013
2013 16 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 6 Flores of Texas Part C Amdt. No. 2 to Frelinghuysen of New Jersey Amdt. ; An amendment numbered 2 printed in Part C of House Report 113-1 to strike $150,000,000 for Regional Ocean Partnership grants. ; Amendment strikes the $150 million for Regional Ocean Partnership grants. 15-Jan-2013
2013 14 On Agreeing to the Amendment HAMDT 4 Mulvaney of South Carolina Part B Amendment ; An amendment printed in Part B of House Report 113-1 to provide an offset of the $17 billion in emergency funding to address immediate needs for victims and communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. The offset is achieved by an across the board cut of 1.63 percent to all discretionary appropriations for fiscal year 2013. ; Amendment to the pending Rogers (KY) language sought to provide an offset of the $17 billion in emergency funding made available to address immediate needs for victims and communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. The offset would have been achieved by an across the board cut of 1.63 percent to all discretionary appropriations for fiscal year 2013. 15-Jan-2013