DC House Scorecard - National Peace Corps Association by xusuqin

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									HOUSE               PC Ltr 3/05   PC Ltr 3/06 PC Ltr 9/06      PC Ltr 3/07    PC Ltr 3/08    PC Ltr 3/09


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Norton - At Large No              No            Yes            Yes            Yes            Yes


PC Ltr: Refers to Dear Colleague letters circulated in the House in which members are asked to sign a letter to House Approp

2008/2009 PC Funding Legislation: Refers to legislation proposing increased Peace Corps funding in future years. Co-Spon

Stearns Amendment: Refers to a floor amendment in in 2009 seeking to lessen the size of the proposed significant House inc

HR 4195: Refers to 2010 legislation to authorize a commemorative work near the National Mall to mark the historical significan

Farr Ltr 11/10: Refers to a House Dear Colleague letter in which lawmakers were asked to sign a letter to the President urging

2011 Proclamation: Refers to a House Dear Colleague letter in which lawmakers were asked to sign a letter asking the Presid

USGLC Ltr: Refers to House Dear Colleagues initiated by the US Global Leadership Coalition, urging support for robust fundin

H.R. 854: Refers to legislation to establish a Peace Corps Commemmorative near the National Mall. Co-sponsor indicates law

H.R. 2337: Refers to the Kate Puzey Volunteer Protection Act, the legislation will provide better security and protection measure
             PC Ltr 3/10     PC Ltr 4/11     PC Ltr 3/12      HOUSE                          2009
                                                                                 2008 PC FundingPC Funding  Stearns Amdt Reduce $450 M
                                                                                                            1066
                                                                                 Legislation Legislation HR FY 2010 for Peace Corps

                                                              DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
             Yes             Yes             Yes              Norton - At Large No           Co-Sponsor       N/A


to sign a letter to House Appropriators urging support for increased Peace Corps funding. Yes indicates the lawmaker signed the letter

nding in future years. Co-Sponsor indicates lawmaker supports the legislation

e proposed significant House increase for Peace Corps. The motion was defeated. NOTE: No indicates the lawmaker voted against the Pe

 to mark the historical significance of the founding of the Peace Corps and the values that it represents. Co-sponsor indicates lawmaker sup

n a letter to the President urging him to request $500 million for Peace Corps in his Fiscal Year 2012 budget request. Yes indicates the lawm

to sign a letter asking the President to issue a proclamation recognizing the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps. Yes indicates a lawmaker

urging support for robust funding for the International Affairs portion of the federal budget. Yes indicates the lawmaker signed these letters

 Mall. Co-sponsor indicates lawmaker supported advancing the legislation.

security and protection measures for Peace Corps volunteers worldwide. Co-sponsor indicates lawmaker supported advancing the legislatio
                      Farr Ltr 11/10 Presidential
                                 2011
             Peace Corps Commem to Pres. H.R. 854                 H.R. 2337       HOUSE       USGLC     USGLC
                                 PC Budget
             HR 4195 Re: FY 12 Proclamation Ltr                                               FY 06 Ltr FY 07 Ltr

                                                                                  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
                      Y
             Co-Sponsor es         Yes             Co-Sponsor     Co-Sponsor                  Large
                                                                                  Norton - At No    No


e lawmaker signed the letter



he lawmaker voted against the Peace Corps cutting amendment, thus supporting maximum funding for the Peace Corps

o-sponsor indicates lawmaker supported advancing the legislation, which ultimately passed the House in a non-roll call unanimous vote (the

t request. Yes indicates the lawmaker signed onto the letter

Corps. Yes indicates a lawmaker who signed onto the letter.

he lawmaker signed these letters



supported advancing the legislation, which ultimately passed the House in a non-roll call unanimous vote.
             USGLC     USGLC     USGLC     USGLC     HOUSE
             FY 08 Ltr FY 09 Ltr FY 10 Ltr FY 11 Ltr

                                                             DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
             No          Yes         Yes         Yes         Norton - At Large




e Peace Corps

a non-roll call unanimous vote (the bill did not pass in the Senate)

								
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