Bryan Watch: Dec 2021 NPL
The House cast 37 votes that were non-partisan in December. Rep. Steil voted with the sensible majority on all of them, so there isn’t much news there. But in the interests of full coverage, here are the mostly mundane votes the House cast during the first two weeks of December.
Bryan Watch: November 2021
Note: I am starting with Week 3, as it contained the biggest vote of the month, on Build Back Better. Overall, there were a total of 44 votes in November, 14 were party line, 30 non-party line. Rep. Steil voted with the Republicans 100 percent of the time in November, never thinking for himself at all.
Bryan Watch: Pentagon 2021
In late September, the House debated the FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, which funds military operations. Steil was among the 135 Republicans to support the Biden administration on the current Pentagon budget (RC 293, Sep 23).
Bryan Watch: Late July 2021
Note: Sorry about the long, long delay. Catching up on several months of House votes before the year wraps up. The House was fairly busy at the end of July, casting 36 votes, 28 of them partisan. As usual, Steil answered at his party’s call, voting with the Republican caucus 27 of 28 times.