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The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

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LCCR Voting Record - 110th Congress, October 2008

Nevada

The LCCR Voting Record reflects positions taken by every senator and representative on the legislative priorities of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR) and its coalition.

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House

LCCR's Position Berkley (D) Heller (R) Porter (R)
Civil Rights Score 100% 14% 57%
Report Total 100% 13% 57%
Prevailing Wages Nay (+) did not vote +
Fair Minimum Wage Act Yea + - -
Employee Free Choice Act Yea + - -
Fiscal 2009 Budget Resolution Yea + - -
Gulf Coast Hurricane Recovery Act Yea + + +
Fiscal 2008 Budget Resolution Yea + - -
Voting Rights for D.C. Residents Yea + - +
Head Start Reauthorization Nay + - -
Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act Yea + - +
Neighborhood Stabilization Act Yea + - +
Stimulus Package Yea + - +
School Modernization & Gulf Coast School Relief Yea + - +
Unemployment Benefits Extension Yea + + +
Federal Employees Paid Parental Leave Yea + - +
ADA Amendments Act Yea + + +
Sharing Information on Immigrants Nay + - -
Paycheck Fairness Act Yea + - +
Unfair Credit Card Billing Practices Nay + - -
Restriction on Jurisdiction of the EEOC Nay + - -
Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act Yea + - -
Children's Health and Medicare Protection Act Yea + - -
Employment Non-Discrimination Act Yea + - +
Consumer Mortgage Protections Nay + did not vote +

Senate

LCCR's Position Ensign (R) Reid, H. (D)
Civil Rights Score 0% 89%
Report Total 0% 89%
Fair Minimum Wage Act Yea - +
EEOC Enforcement of English-Only Policies Nay - +
Fiscal 2009 Budget Resolution Yea - +
Bankruptcy Relief for Homeowners Nay - +
Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act Yea - -
Fiscal 2008 Budget Resolution Yea - +
Collective Bargaining Rights for Public Safety Officers Yea - +
Police Enforcement of Immigration Laws Nay - +
Photo ID Requirement for Voting Nay - +
Expanded Grounds for Deportation Nay - +
"Official English" Amendment Nay - +
Comprehensive Immigration Reform Yea - +
Employee Free Choice Act Yea - +
REAL ID Amendment Nay - -
Voting Rights for D.C. Residents Yea - +
Leslie H. Southwick Nomination Nay - +
Access to Education: DREAM Act Yea - +
Michael B. Mukasey Nomination Nay - +

Notes

*Although Majority Leader Reid's vote is officially recorded as a "no," he switched his vote from "yes" to "no" due to a Senate rule that would permit him to raise the bill again only if he voted against cloture.  Therefore we have scored his vote on this bill as a "yes."

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