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Vote Tallies on Key Budget Reconciliation Amendments Offered at April 18th Financial Services Committee Mark Up

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Washington, DC, April 18, 2012 | comments

Click below for text of amendments offered (and vote tallies recorded) at the April 18th mark -up of the House Financial Services Committee to consider budget reconciliation legislative recommendations.

 Final House Financial Services Committee budget reconciliation legislative recommendations AGREED TO, as amended, by a recorded vote of 31 ayes and 26 nays, FC-76.

 An amendment offered by Ms. Moore, (Striking the language which repeals Order Liquidation Authority) no. 1, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 23 ayes and 29 nays, FC-69.

 An amendment offered by Mr. Frank, (Assessing a fee on large financial institutions) no. 2, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 33 nays, FC-70.

 An amendment offered by Mr. Frank, (Causing the non-monetary policy administrative budget of the Federal Reserve and Reserve banks to be subject to the appropriations process) no. 4, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 24 ayes and 33 nays, FC-72.

 An amendment offered by Mr. Miller of North Carolina, (Causing the Office of Controller of Currency to be subject to the Appropriations process) no. 5, was NOT AGREED TO by a recorded vote of 22 ayes and 35 nays, FC-73.

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