Senate roll call vote on No Child Left Behind

first_img Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall WASHINGTON (AP) — The 81-17 roll call Thursday by which the Senate passed a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind education law.A “yes” vote is a vote to pass the bill.Voting yes were 40 Democrats, 39 Republicans and 2 independents.Voting no were 3 Democrats and 14 Republicans.Democrats YesBaldwin, Wis.; Bennet, Colo.; Blumenthal, Conn.; Boxer, Calif.; Brown, Ohio; Cantwell, Wash.; Cardin, Md.; Carper, Del.; Casey, Pa.; Coons, Del.; Donnelly, Ind.; Durbin, Ill.; Feinstein, Calif.; Franken, Minn.; Gillibrand, N.Y.; Heinrich, N.M.; Heitkamp, N.D.; Hirono, Hawaii; Kaine, Va.; Klobuchar, Minn.; Leahy, Vt.; Manchin, W.V.; Markey, Mass.; McCaskill, Mo.; Menendez, N.J.; Merkley, Ore.; Mikulski, Md.; Murray, Wash.; Peters, Mich.; Reed, R.I.; Reid, Nev.; Schatz, Hawaii; Schumer, N.Y.; Shaheen, N.H.; Stabenow, Mich.; Tester, Mont.; Udall, N.M.; Warner, Va.; Whitehouse, R.I.; Wyden, Ore. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top Stories last_img

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