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Who's Protecting the American Taxpayers From Corporate Tax Traitors?

House Committee Measure on Banning Homeland Security Contracts to Corporate Tax Traitors: How they Voted

On June 9, a motion was introduced by Rep. DeLauro during the Homeland Security Department Appropriations Bill (FY 2005) Markup. The motion would prohibit the Department from entering into contracts with non-U.S. corporations.

It passed 35 to 17

Members voting for the amendment:

Aderhlot
Berry
Bishop
Boyd (ber> Clyburn
DeLauro
Edwards
Farrr
Fattah
Goode
Hinchey
Jackson
Kennedy
KIlpatrick
Lathan
Lowy
Mollohan
Nethercutt
Northrup
Obey
Olver
Pastor
Peterson
Price
Rothman
Roybal-allard
Sabo
Serrano
Shrwood
Taylor Visclosky
Vitter
Wamp
Wicker

Members Voting Against (i.e. voted to allow Homeland Security to hire corporate tax-dodgers):
Bonilla
Crenshaw
Dicks
Doolittle
Frelinghuysen
Granger
Hobson
Istook
Kirk
Knollenberg
Kolbe
LaHood
Moran
Simpson
Weldon
Wolf
Young

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