Bipartisan Amendment Votes in the House in the 116th 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 1 amendments passed with bipartisan majorities in the 116th Congress. See other congresses: 102nd | 103rd | 104th | 105th | 106th | 107th | 108th | 109th | 110th | 111th | 112th | 113th | 114th | 115th

Date Amendment Bill Yes-No
February 8, 2019 Sherrill of New Jersey Amendment No. 19 H R 840 401-19
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