CHINA'S ROLL CALL VOTE

 

Take a moment to see how your congressman voted. Permanent Most Favored Status for trade for communist China.


FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 228 (Republicans in roman; Democrats in italic; Independents underlined)
      H R 4444     RECORDED VOTE     24-MAY-2000   5:41 PM
      QUESTION: On Passage
      BILL TITLE:  To Authorize Extension of Nondiscriminatory Treatment (Normal Trade Relations Treatment) to the People's Republic of China

REPUBLICAN 164 57   1
DEMOCRATIC 73 138    
INDEPENDENT   2    
TOTALS 237 197   1


--- AYES    237 ---

Ackerman Gekas Northup
Allen Gilchrest Nussle
Archer Gillmor Ortiz
Armey Gonzalez Ose
Bachus Goodlatte Oxley
Baird Goss Packard
Baker Granger Pease
Ballenger Green (WI) Peterson (PA)
Barrett (NE) Greenwood Petri
Bass Gutknecht Pickering
Bateman Hall (TX) Pickett
Becerra Hansen Pitts
Bentsen Hastert Pomeroy
Bereuter Hastings (WA) Porter
Berry Herger Portman
Biggert Hill (IN) Price (NC)
Bilbray Hill (MT) Pryce (OH)
Bishop Hilleary Radanovich
Bliley Hinojosa Ramstad
Blumenauer Hobson Rangel
Blunt Hooley Regula
Boehlert Houghton Reyes
Boehner Hoyer Reynolds
Bonilla Hulshof Roemer
Bono Hutchinson Rogan
Boswell Hyde Roukema
Boyd Inslee Royce
Brady (TX) Isakson Ryan (WI)
Bryant Istook Ryun (KS)
Callahan Jackson-Lee (TX) Salmon
Calvert Jefferson Sandlin
Camp Jenkins Sawyer
Campbell John Schaffer
Canady Johnson (CT) Serrano
Cannon Johnson, E. B. Sessions
Capps Johnson, Sam Shadegg
Cardin Kasich Shaw
Carson Kelly Shays
Castle Kind (WI) Sherwood
Chabot Knollenberg Shimkus
Chambliss Kolbe Shuster
Combest Kuykendall Simpson
Cooksey LaFalce Skeen
Cox LaHood Skelton
Cramer Largent Smith (MI)
Crane Latham Smith (TX)
Cubin Lazio Smith (WA)
Cunningham Leach Snyder
Davis (FL) Levin Stenholm
Davis (VA) Lewis (CA) Stump
DeGette Lewis (KY) Sununu
DeLay Linder Sweeney
DeMint Lofgren Talent
Dickey Lowey Tanner
Dicks Lucas (KY) Tauscher
Dixon Lucas (OK) Tauzin
Doggett Maloney (NY) Terry
Dooley Manzullo Thomas
Doolittle Martinez Thompson (CA)
Dreier Matsui Thornberry
Dunn McCollum Thune
Edwards McCrery Thurman
Ehlers McDermott Tiahrt
Emerson McHugh Toomey
English McInnis Turner
Eshoo McIntosh Upton
Etheridge McKeon Vitter
Everett Meehan Walden
Ewing Meeks (NY) Walsh
Fletcher Miller (FL) Watkins
Foley Miller, Gary Watts (OK)
Ford Minge Waxman
Fossella Moore Weiner
Fowler Moran (KS) Weldon (PA)
Franks (NJ) Moran (VA) Weller
Frelinghuysen Morella Whitfield
Frost Myrick Wicker
Gallegly Neal Wilson
Ganske Nethercutt Young (FL)
 

--- NOES    197 ---

Abercrombie Graham Pallone
Aderholt Green (TX) Pascrell
Andrews Gutierrez Pastor
Baca Hall (OH) Paul
Baldacci Hastings (FL) Payne
Baldwin Hayes Pelosi
Barcia Hayworth Peterson (MN)
Barr Hefley Phelps
Barrett (WI) Hilliard Pombo
Bartlett Hinchey Quinn
Barton Hoeffel Rahall
Berkley Hoekstra Riley
Berman Holden Rivers
Bilirakis Holt Rodriguez
Blagojevich Horn Rogers
Bonior Hostettler Rohrabacher
Borski Hunter Ros-Lehtinen
Boucher Jackson (IL) Rothman
Brady (PA) Jones (NC) Roybal-Allard
Brown (FL) Jones (OH) Rush
Brown (OH) Kanjorski Sabo
Burr Kaptur Sanchez
Burton Kennedy Sanders
Buyer Kildee Sanford
Capuano Kilpatrick Saxton
Chenoweth-Hage King (NY) Schakowsky
Clay Kingston Scott
Clayton Kleczka Sensenbrenner
Clement Klink Sherman
Clyburn Kucinich Shows
Coble Lampson Sisisky
Coburn Lantos Slaughter
Collins Larson Smith (NJ)
Condit LaTourette Souder
Conyers Lee Spence
Cook Lewis (GA) Spratt
Costello Lipinski Stabenow
Coyne LoBiondo Stark
Crowley Luther Stearns
Cummings Maloney (CT) Strickland
Danner Markey Stupak
Davis (IL) Mascara Tancredo
Deal McCarthy (MO) Taylor (MS)
DeFazio McCarthy (NY) Taylor (NC)
Delahunt McGovern Thompson (MS)
DeLauro McIntyre Tierney
Deutsch McKinney Towns
Diaz-Balart McNulty Traficant
Dingell Meek (FL) Udall (CO)
Doyle Menendez Udall (NM)
Duncan Metcalf Velazquez
Ehrlich Mica Vento
Engel Millender-McDonald Visclosky
Evans Miller, George Wamp
Farr Mink Waters
Fattah Moakley Watt (NC)
Filner Mollohan Weldon (FL)
Forbes Murtha Wexler
Frank (MA) Nadler Weygand
Gejdenson Napolitano Wise
Gephardt Ney Wolf
Gibbons Norwood Woolsey
Gilman Oberstar Wu
Goode Obey Wynn
Goodling Olver Young (AK)
Gordon Owens  

--- NOT VOTING    1 ---

Scarborough  



 http://www.senate.gov/legislative/LIS/roll_call_lists/roll_call_vote_cfm.cfm?congress=106&session=2&vote=00251

Take a moment to see how your congressman voted. Permanent Most Favored Status for trade for communist China.

 

FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 228 (Republicans in roman; Democrats in italic; Independents underlined)
      H R 4444     RECORDED VOTE     24-MAY-2000   5:41 PM
      QUESTION: On Passage
      BILL TITLE:  To Authorize Extension of Nondiscriminatory Treatment (Normal Trade Relations Treatment) to the People's Republic of China

  AYES NOES PRES NV
REPUBLICAN 164 57   1
DEMOCRATIC 73 138    
INDEPENDENT   2    
TOTALS 237 197   1


--- AYES    237 ---

Ackerman Gekas Northup
Allen Gilchrest Nussle
Archer Gillmor Ortiz
Armey Gonzalez Ose
Bachus Goodlatte Oxley
Baird Goss Packard
Baker Granger Pease
Ballenger Green (WI) Peterson (PA)
Barrett (NE) Greenwood Petri
Bass Gutknecht Pickering
Bateman Hall (TX) Pickett
Becerra Hansen Pitts
Bentsen Hastert Pomeroy
Bereuter Hastings (WA) Porter
Berry Herger Portman
Biggert Hill (IN) Price (NC)
Bilbray Hill (MT) Pryce (OH)
Bishop Hilleary Radanovich
Bliley Hinojosa Ramstad
Blumenauer Hobson Rangel
Blunt Hooley Regula
Boehlert Houghton Reyes
Boehner Hoyer Reynolds
Bonilla Hulshof Roemer
Bono Hutchinson Rogan
Boswell Hyde Roukema
Boyd Inslee Royce
Brady (TX) Isakson Ryan (WI)
Bryant Istook Ryun (KS)
Callahan Jackson-Lee (TX) Salmon
Calvert Jefferson Sandlin
Camp Jenkins Sawyer
Campbell John Schaffer
Canady Johnson (CT) Serrano
Cannon Johnson, E. B. Sessions
Capps Johnson, Sam Shadegg
Cardin Kasich Shaw
Carson Kelly Shays
Castle Kind (WI) Sherwood
Chabot Knollenberg Shimkus
Chambliss Kolbe Shuster
Combest Kuykendall Simpson
Cooksey LaFalce Skeen
Cox LaHood Skelton
Cramer Largent Smith (MI)
Crane Latham Smith (TX)
Cubin Lazio Smith (WA)
Cunningham Leach Snyder
Davis (FL) Levin Stenholm
Davis (VA) Lewis (CA) Stump
DeGette Lewis (KY) Sununu
DeLay Linder Sweeney
DeMint Lofgren Talent
Dickey Lowey Tanner
Dicks Lucas (KY) Tauscher
Dixon Lucas (OK) Tauzin
Doggett Maloney (NY) Terry
Dooley Manzullo Thomas
Doolittle Martinez Thompson (CA)
Dreier Matsui Thornberry
Dunn McCollum Thune
Edwards McCrery Thurman
Ehlers McDermott Tiahrt
Emerson McHugh Toomey
English McInnis Turner
Eshoo McIntosh Upton
Etheridge McKeon Vitter
Everett Meehan Walden
Ewing Meeks (NY) Walsh
Fletcher Miller (FL) Watkins
Foley Miller, Gary Watts (OK)
Ford Minge Waxman
Fossella Moore Weiner
Fowler Moran (KS) Weldon (PA)
Franks (NJ) Moran (VA) Weller
Frelinghuysen Morella Whitfield
Frost Myrick Wicker
Gallegly Neal Wilson
Ganske Nethercutt Young (FL)
 

--- NOES    197 ---

Abercrombie Graham Pallone
Aderholt Green (TX) Pascrell
Andrews Gutierrez Pastor
Baca Hall (OH) Paul
Baldacci Hastings (FL) Payne
Baldwin Hayes Pelosi
Barcia Hayworth Peterson (MN)
Barr Hefley Phelps
Barrett (WI) Hilliard Pombo
Bartlett Hinchey Quinn
Barton Hoeffel Rahall
Berkley Hoekstra Riley
Berman Holden Rivers
Bilirakis Holt Rodriguez
Blagojevich Horn Rogers
Bonior Hostettler Rohrabacher
Borski Hunter Ros-Lehtinen
Boucher Jackson (IL) Rothman
Brady (PA) Jones (NC) Roybal-Allard
Brown (FL) Jones (OH) Rush
Brown (OH) Kanjorski Sabo
Burr Kaptur Sanchez
Burton Kennedy Sanders
Buyer Kildee Sanford
Capuano Kilpatrick Saxton
Chenoweth-Hage King (NY) Schakowsky
Clay Kingston Scott
Clayton Kleczka Sensenbrenner
Clement Klink Sherman
Clyburn Kucinich Shows
Coble Lampson Sisisky
Coburn Lantos Slaughter
Collins Larson Smith (NJ)
Condit LaTourette Souder
Conyers Lee Spence
Cook Lewis (GA) Spratt
Costello Lipinski Stabenow
Coyne LoBiondo Stark
Crowley Luther Stearns
Cummings Maloney (CT) Strickland
Danner Markey Stupak
Davis (IL) Mascara Tancredo
Deal McCarthy (MO) Taylor (MS)
DeFazio McCarthy (NY) Taylor (NC)
Delahunt McGovern Thompson (MS)
DeLauro McIntyre Tierney
Deutsch McKinney Towns
Diaz-Balart McNulty Traficant
Dingell Meek (FL) Udall (CO)
Doyle Menendez Udall (NM)
Duncan Metcalf Velazquez
Ehrlich Mica Vento
Engel Millender-McDonald Visclosky
Evans Miller, George Wamp
Farr Mink Waters
Fattah Moakley Watt (NC)
Filner Mollohan Weldon (FL)
Forbes Murtha Wexler
Frank (MA) Nadler Weygand
Gejdenson Napolitano Wise
Gephardt Ney Wolf
Gibbons Norwood Woolsey
Gilman Oberstar Wu
Goode Obey Wynn
Goodling Olver Young (AK)
Gordon Owens  

--- NOT VOTING    1 ---

Scarborough  

 

Book on Clinton's presidency seized by China

NEW YORK: Chinese authorities have seized an illustrated book on US President Bill Clinton printed in southern China because it included a picture of Clinton and the Tibetan Buddhist leader the Dalai Lama, a news report said.

The seizure comes at a time when China is lobbying in the U.S. for the passage of a new Bill on U.S. trade with China.

The New York Times reported that the book, ''The Clinton Years,'' contained 227 black and white pictures of Clinton taken by a former official photographer at the White House.

The book printing was arranged by Palace Press International in San Francisco, which acted as a broker for the publisher, Callaway Editions in New York.

Chinese authorities seized a total of 16,000 books being prepared for shipment in the past weeks after the first batch of 8,000 books were sent to the U.S.

One picture in the book showed Clinton clasping hands and chatting with the Dalai Lama at the White House. China has accused the Tibetan spiritual leader of promoting an independent Tibet, which has been militarily occupied by China since the 1950s.

American publishing companies have been printing books in southern China and in Hong Kong because of lower printing and labour costs there.

The Times said China also had seized a whole shipment of 10,000 copies of another book on Tibet called ''Celestial Gallery,'' a collection of colourful Tibetan Buddhist art also ordered by Palace Press.

The Times quoted Patricia Shroeder, president of the American Association of Publishers and a former member of Congress, as saying that seizure of ''The Clinton Years'' was ''stupid'' timing.

''To exercise political censorship, dealing with freedom of religion, over a book about the president of the United States - that is just not very wise right now,'' she said.

The U.S. Senate is scheduled to take up a Bill this month to regulate trade between China and the U.S.

China's state council information office is spending $7 million in promoting awareness of chinese culture in the U.S., part of a public relations campaign to lobby for passage of the Bill, the Times said. (Agencies)

http://web.archive.org/web/20001204002400/http://www.timesofindia.com/300800/30nbrs5.htm

 

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