Bipartisan Amendment Votes in the House in the 104th Congress

A ProPublica analysis of congressional voting data shows that from 1991 through 2010, amendments approved with bipartisan majorities made up one of every six amendment votes in the House. Since 2011, they are only one of every 20 such votes. Below are the 57 amendments passed with bipartisan majorities in the 104th Congress. See other congresses: 102nd | 103rd | 105th | 106th | 107th | 108th | 109th | 110th | 111th | 112th | 113th | 114th | 115th | 116th

Date Amendment Bill Yes-No
July 24, 1996 Ganske of Iowa Amendment 295-128
July 16, 1996 Metcalf of Washington Amendment 352-67
July 12, 1996 Istook of Oklahoma Amendment, as amended 421-0
July 11, 1996 Bunning of Kentucky Amendment 421-3
June 26, 1996 Sanders of Vermont Amendment 358-55
June 26, 1996 Lazio of New York amendment 353-61
June 13, 1996 Young of Florida Amendment 396-25
June 13, 1996 Bateman of Virginia Amendment 278-149
June 5, 1996 Radanovich of California Amendment 268-153
June 5, 1996 Visclosky of Indiana Amendment 301-118
June 5, 1996 Traficant of Ohio Amendment 415-1
June 5, 1996 Obey of Wisconsin Amendment 334-77
May 30, 1996 Weldon of Florida amendment, as amended 354-60
May 29, 1996 Ehlers of Michigan Amendment 339-58
May 14, 1996 Shays of Connecticut Amendment 353-62
May 9, 1996 Maloney of New York Amendment 375-48
May 7, 1996 Slaughter of New York Amendment 411-4
March 20, 1996 Dreier of California Amendment 359-59
March 7, 1996 Crapo of Idaho Amendment 329-89
February 29, 1996 Foley of Florida amendment 299-124
February 29, 1996 Boehlert of New York Amendment 372-37
February 28, 1996 Solomon of New York Amendment 258-164
November 16, 1995 Solomon of New York amendment 422-8
October 18, 1995 Goss of Florida Amendment 294-129
October 18, 1995 Gilchrest of Maryland Amendment 304-113
August 4, 1995 Cox of California amendment 420-4
August 4, 1995 Stupak of Michigan amendment 338-86
August 2, 1995 Crapo of Idaho Amendment 373-52
July 26, 1995 Meyers of Kansas amendment 368-57
July 20, 1995 Walsh of New York Amendment 427-0
July 11, 1995 Klug of Wisconsin amendment 306-121
June 29, 1995 Souder of Indiana amendment, as modified 411-0
June 29, 1995 Roemer of Indiana Amendment, as amended 401-2
June 29, 1995 Obey Substitute to Roemer Amendment 348-67
June 29, 1995 Volkmer Substitute to Burton Amendment 284-118
June 29, 1995 Richardson of New Mexico amendment 359-38
June 22, 1995 Zimmer of New Jersey Amendment 403-21
June 20, 1995 Neumann of Wisconsin amendment 266-160
June 16, 1995 Herger of California Amendment 261-137
June 14, 1995 Clinger of Pennsylvania Amendment, As Amended 420-1
June 8, 1995 Hoyer (MD) Amend. to Gilman (NY) Amend. 318-99
May 12, 1995 Lipinski amendment 247-154
April 4, 1995 Souder of Indiana amendments en bloc 379-46
March 23, 1995 Roukema of New Jersey amendment 426-5
March 23, 1995 Salmon of Arizona amendment 433-0
March 22, 1995 Smith of New Jersey Amendment 352-80
March 22, 1995 Bunn of Oregon amendment 351-81
March 15, 1995 Obey of Wisconsin amendment 418-5
March 15, 1995 Murtha of Pennsylvania amendment 421-1
March 15, 1995 Young of Florida Amendment 382-23
March 6, 1995 Goodlatte of Virginia 317-89
March 3, 1995 Goss amendment to Canady substitute 338-83
March 1, 1995 Conyers of Michigan 406-23
March 1, 1995 Ewing of Illinois Amendment 420-5
February 24, 1995 Tate 370-45
February 23, 1995 Hayes 383-34
January 24, 1995 Becerra en bloc 416-1
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