John Heckenlively

John Heckenlively

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  • John Heckenlively
    Published 12 months ago
    Bryan Watch: Late July

    Bryan Watch: Late July

    It was a relatively slow week in Congress. And it will be even slower in coming weeks, as Congress is on vacation until September.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 12 months ago
    Bryan Watch: July 15-18

    Bryan Watch: July 15-18

    Let’s start out with the obvious vote of the week: Rep. Green’s attempt to impeach President Trump, which was tabled on a vote of 332 to 95. While a short term loss, there were some key votes in favor. Critically, the members of the House Judiciary Committee voted 16 to 8 against tabling. Whether this was because they wanted the issue in their committee or they genuinely felt Trump merited impeachment, it indicates there is a consensus on Judiciary that impeachment hearings are warranted. Key “No” votes include Chairman Jerrold Nadler and Vice Chair Marcia Scanlon.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 12 months ago
    Bryan Watch: NDAA July 12

    Bryan Watch: NDAA July 12

    This is an update on what congress did on Friday, July 12, which was primarily work on the National Defense Authorization Act.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published about a year ago
    Bryan Watch: July 9-11

    Bryan Watch: July 9-11

    Big week for Representative Steil as his first bill passed the House of Representatives. It was HR 3050, the Expanding Investment in Small Businesses Act. The purpose of the bill is to require the Securities and Exchange Commission to carry out a study of the 10 per centum threshold limitation applicable to the definition of a diversified company under the Investment Company Act of 1940. (RC 432, July 9)
  • John Heckenlively
    Published about a year ago
    Bryan Watch: Commerce/Justice

    Bryan Watch: Commerce/Justice

    On June 20 and 21, the House debated more amendments to the Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations bill (HR 3055). There were 31 votes, 23 party line and 8 non-party line. Steil sided with the Republicans 21 out of 23 times on HR 3055 amendment votes, for a support score of 91 percent.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published about a year ago
    Bryan Watch: June 24-27

    Bryan Watch: June 24-27

    Time once again to review what Congress is up to, especially Bryan Steil, Republican representative from Wisconsin's First District.