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Vote number 11-HV292 banning federal health coverage that includes abortion
on May 4, 2011 regarding bill H.3 No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act
Results: Passed 251-175

    Congressional Summary:Prohibits the expenditure of federal funds for any abortion.
  • Prohibits federal funds from being used for any health benefits coverage that includes coverage of abortion. (Currently, federal funds cannot be used for abortion services and health plans must keep federal funds segregated from any funds for abortion services.)
  • Disallows any tax benefits for amounts paid or incurred for an abortion.
  • Provides exceptions for pregnancies resulting from rape or incest; or life-endangering maternal condition.

Proponent's Argument for voting Yes:
[Rep. Fortenberry, R-NE]: Americans deserve to know how the government spends their money, and they are right to refuse the use of their tax dollars for highly controversial activities--in this case, abortion. Abortion harms women. It takes the lives of children, and it allows a man to escape his responsibility. The abortion industry many times profits from all of this pain. We can and must do better as a society, and at a minimum, taxpayer dollars should not be involved. This issue has manifested itself most intently during the health care debate. Unless a prohibition is enacted, taxpayers will fund abortion under the framework of the new health care law. Abortion is not health care.

Opponent's Argument for voting No:
[Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-NY]: H.R. 3 is actually dangerous for women's health. By refusing to provide any exceptions to women who are facing serious health conditions--cancer, heart or whatever that may be--you are forcing women to choose to risk their health or to risk bankruptcy, and I think that is morally unacceptable. Under H.R. 3, a woman facing cancer who needs to terminate a pregnancy in order to live might have to go into debt over the $10,000 that the legal and necessary procedure could cost. Despite having both health insurance and tax-preferred savings accounts, this bill would prevent her from having that.

Categorized under Abortion

Voting NO counts for 2 points on VoteMatch question 1:
Abortion is a woman's right;
Voting YES counts for -2 points on VoteMatch question 1.



Democrats voting on 11-HV292

Gary Ackerman NONew York Dem./Ind./Lib. (Retiring 2012)
Jason Altmire YESPennsylvania Democrat (Lost 2012 Primary)
Rob Andrews NONew Jersey Democrat (resigned 2014)
Joe Baca NOCalifornia Democratic Challenger
Tammy Baldwin NOWisconsin Democrat (Senate run 2012)
John Barrow NOGeorgia Democrat
Karen Bass NOCalifornia Democrat
Xavier Becerra NOCalifornia Democrat
Shelley Berkley NONevada Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Howard Berman NOCalifornia Democrat
Sanford Bishop NOGeorgia Democrat
Timothy Bishop NONew York Democrat
Earl Blumenauer NOOregon Democrat
Dan Boren YESOklahoma Democratic Governor Challenger
Leonard Boswell NOIowa Democrat
Robert Brady NOPennsylvania Democrat
Bruce Braley NOIowa Democrat (Senate run 2014)
Corrine Brown NOFlorida Democrat
G.K. Butterfield NONorth Carolina Democrat
Lois Capps NOCalifornia Democrat
Michael Capuano NOMassachusetts Democrat
Dennis Cardoza NOCalifornia Democrat (Retiring 2012)
Russ Carnahan NOMissouri Democrat
John Carney NODelaware Democrat
Andre Carson NOIndiana Democrat
Kathy Castor NOFlorida Democrat
Ben Chandler NOKentucky Democrat
Judy Chu NOCalifornia Democrat
David Cicilline NORhode Island Democrat
Yvette Clarke NONew York Democrat
William Lacy Clay NOMissouri Democrat
Emmanuel Cleaver NOMissouri Democrat
James Clyburn NOSouth Carolina Democrat
Steve Cohen NOTennessee Democrat
Gerry Connolly NOVirginia Democrat
John Conyers NOMichigan Democrat
Jim Cooper NOTennessee Democrat
Jim Costa NOCalifornia Democrat
Jerry Costello YESIllinois Democrat (Retiring 2012)
Joe Courtney NOConnecticut Democrat
Joseph Crowley NONew York Democrat
Henry Cuellar YESTexas Democrat
Elijah Cummings NOMaryland Democrat
Danny Davis NOIllinois Democrat
Susan Davis NOCalifornia Democrat
Peter Defazio NOOregon Democrat
Diana DeGette NOColorado Democrat
Rosa DeLauro NOConnecticut Democrat
Ted Deutch NOFlorida Democrat
Norm Dicks NOWashington Democrat (Retiring 2012)
John Dingell NOMichigan Democrat (retiring 2014)
Lloyd Doggett NOTexas Democrat
Joe Donnelly YESIndiana Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Mike Doyle NOPennsylvania Democrat
Donna Edwards NOMaryland Democrat
Keith Ellison NOMinnesota Democrat
Eliot Engel NONew York Democrat/Liberal
Anna Eshoo NOCalifornia Democrat
Sam Farr NOCalifornia Democrat
Chaka Fattah NOPennsylvania Democrat
Bob Filner NOCalifornia Democrat (Mayoral run 2011)
Barney Frank NOMassachusetts Democrat (Retiring 2012)
Marcia Fudge NOOhio Democrat
John Garamendi NOCalifornia Democrat
Charles Gonzalez NOTexas Democrat (Retiring 2012)
Al Green NOTexas Democrat
Gene Green NOTexas Democrat
Raul Grijalva NOArizona Democrat
Luis Gutierrez NOIllinois Democrat
Ralph Moody Hall YESTexas Democrat until 2004; now GOP
Colleen Hanabusa NOHawaii Democrat (Senate run 2014)
Alcee Hastings NOFlorida Democrat
Martin Heinrich NONew Mexico Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Brian Higgins NONew York Democrat
Jim Himes NOConnecticut Democrat
Maurice Hinchey NONew York Dem/Working-Fam.(Retired 2012)
Ruben Hinojosa NOTexas Democrat
Mazie Hirono NOHawaii Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Tim Holden YESPennsylvania Democrat (Lost 2012 Primary)
Rush Holt NONew Jersey Democrat (retiring 2014)
Mike Honda NOCalifornia Democrat
Steny Hoyer NOMaryland Democrat
Jay Inslee NOWashington Democrat (Gov. run 2012)
Steve Israel NONew York Democrat
Jesse Louis Jackson NOIllinois Democrat (Resigned 2013)
Sheila Jackson Lee NOTexas Democrat
Eddie Bernice Johnson NOTexas Democrat
Hank Johnson NOGeorgia Democrat
Marcy Kaptur YESOhio Democrat
Bill Keating NOMassachusetts Democrat
Dale Kildee YESMichigan Democrat (Retiring 2012)
Ron Kind NOWisconsin Democrat
Larry Kissell NONorth Carolina Democrat
Dennis Kucinich NOOhio Democrat (Lost 2012 Primary)
James Langevin NORhode Island Democrat
Rick Larsen NOWashington Democrat
John Larson NOConnecticut Democrat
Barbara Lee NOCalifornia Democrat
Sander Levin NOMichigan Democrat
John Lewis NOGeorgia Democrat
Dan Lipinski YESIllinois Democrat
David Loebsack NOIowa Democrat
Zoe Lofgren NOCalifornia Democrat
Nita Lowey NONew York Democrat
Ben Ray Lujan NONew Mexico Democrat
Steve Lynch NOMassachusetts Democrat (Senate run 2013)
Carolyn Maloney NONew York Democrat/Liberal
Ed Markey NOMassachusetts Dem. (Elected to Senate 2013)
Jim Matheson YESUtah Democrat (retiring 2014)
Doris Matsui NOCalifornia Democrat
Carolyn McCarthy NONew York Dem. (retiring 2014)
Betty McCollum NOMinnesota Democrat
Jim McDermott NOWashington Democrat
Jim McGovern NOMassachusetts Democrat
Mike McIntyre YESNorth Carolina Democrat (retiring 2014)
Jerry McNerney NOCalifornia Democrat
Gregory Meeks NONew York Dem./Working-Families
Michael Michaud NOMaine Democratic Governor Challenger
Brad Miller NONorth Carolina Democrat (Retiring 2012)
George Miller NOCalifornia Democrat (retiring 2014)
Gwen Moore NOWisconsin Democrat
James Moran NOVirginia Democrat (retiring 2014)
Chris Murphy NOConnecticut Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Jerrold Nadler NONew York Dem./Lib./Working-Families
Grace Napolitano NOCalifornia Democrat
Richard Neal NOMassachusetts Democrat
John Olver NOMassachusetts Democrat (Retiring 2012)
Bill Owens NONew York Democrat (retiring 2014)
Frank Pallone NONew Jersey Democrat
Bill Pascrell NONew Jersey Democrat
Ed Pastor NOArizona Democrat (retiring 2014)
Nancy Pelosi NOCalifornia Democrat
Ed Perlmutter NOColorado Democrat
Gary Peters NOMichigan Democrat (Senate run 2014)
Collin Peterson YESMinnesota Democrat/Farmer/Labor
Chellie Pingree NOMaine Democrat
Jared Polis NOColorado Democrat
David Eugene Price NONorth Carolina Democrat
Mike Quigley NOIllinois Democrat
Nick Rahall YESWest Virginia Democrat
Charles Rangel NONew York Dem./Lib./Working-Families
Silvestre Reyes NOTexas Democrat
Laura Richardson NOCalifornia Democrat
Cedric Richmond NOLouisiana Democrat
Mike Ross YESArkansas Democratic Governor Challenger
Steven Rothman NONew Jersey Democrat
Lucille Roybal-Allard NOCalifornia Democrat
Dutch Ruppersberger NOMaryland Democrat
Bobby Rush NOIllinois Democrat
Tim Ryan NOOhio Democrat
Linda Sanchez NOCalifornia Democrat
Loretta Sanchez NOCalifornia Democrat
John Sarbanes NOMaryland Democrat
Jan Schakowsky NOIllinois Democrat
Adam Schiff NOCalifornia Democrat
Kurt Schrader NOOregon Democrat
Allyson Schwartz NOPennsylvania Democratic Governor Challenger
Bobby Scott NOVirginia Democrat
David Scott NOGeorgia Democrat
Jose Serrano NONew York Democrat/Liberal
Terri Sewell NOAlabama Democrat
Brad Sherman NOCalifornia Democrat
Heath Shuler YESNorth Carolina Democrat (retiring 2012)
Albio Sires NONew Jersey Democrat
Louise Slaughter NONew York Democrat
David Adam Smith NOWashington Democrat
Jackie Speier NOCalifornia Democrat
Pete Stark NOCalifornia Democrat
Betty Sutton NOOhio Democrat
Bennie Thompson NOMississippi Democrat
Mike Thompson NOCalifornia Democrat
John Tierney NOMassachusetts Democrat
Paul Tonko NONew York Democrat
Ed Towns NONew York Democrat/Liberal (Retiring)
Niki Tsongas NOMassachusetts Democrat
Chris Van Hollen NOMaryland Democrat
Nydia Velazquez NONew York Democrat/Working-Families
Peter Visclosky NOIndiana Democrat
Tim Walz NOMinnesota Democrat
Debbie Wasserman Schultz NOFlorida Democrat
Maxine Waters NOCalifornia Democrat
Mel Watt NONorth Carolina Democrat (appointed to FHFA)
Henry Waxman NOCalifornia Democrat (retiring 2014)
Peter Welch NOVermont Democrat
Frederica Wilson NOFlorida Democrat
Lynn Woolsey NOCalifornia Democrat (Retiring 2012)
David Wu NOOregon Democrat (Resigned 2011)
John Yarmuth NOKentucky Democrat



Republicans voting on 11-HV292

Sandy Adams YESFlorida Republican (Lost 2012 primary)
Robert Aderholt YESAlabama Republican
Todd Akin YESMissouri Republican (Senate run 2012)
Rodney Alexander YESLouisiana Republican (resigned 2014)
Justin Amash YESMichigan Republican
Steve Austria YESOhio Republican (Retiring 2012)
Michele Bachmann YESMinnesota Republican (retiring 2014)
Spencer Bachus YESAlabama Republican (retiring 2014)
Lou Barletta YESPennsylvania Republican
Roscoe Bartlett YESMaryland Republican
Joe Linus Barton YESTexas Republican
Charlie Bass YESNew Hampshire Republican (Retired 2012)
Dan Benishek YESMichigan Republican
Rick Berg YESNorth Dakota Republican (Senate run 2012)
Judy Biggert YESIllinois Republican
Rob Bishop YESUtah Republican
Diane Black YESTennessee Republican
Marsha Blackburn YESTennessee Republican
Jo Bonner YESAlabama Republican (Resigned 2013)
Mary Bono YESCalifornia Republican
Charles Boustany YESLouisiana Republican
Kevin Brady YESTexas Republican
Mo Brooks YESAlabama Republican
Paul Broun YESGeorgia Republican (Senate run 2014)
Vern Buchanan YESFlorida Republican
Larry Bucshon YESIndiana Republican
Ann Marie Buerkle YESNew York Republican
Michael Burgess YESTexas Republican
Dan Burton YESIndiana Republican (Retiring 2012)
Ken Calvert YESCalifornia Republican
Dave Camp YESMichigan Republican (Retiring 2014)
John Campbell YESCalifornia Republican (retiring 2014)
Quico Canseco YESTexas Republican
Eric Cantor YESVirginia Republican
Shelley Moore Capito YESWest Virginia Republican (Senate run 2014)
John Carter YESTexas Republican
Bill Cassidy YESLouisiana Republican (Senate run 2014)
Steve Chabot YESOhio Republican
Jason Chaffetz YESUtah Republican (Senate run 2012)
John Howard Coble YESNorth Carolina Republican (retiring 2014)
Mike Coffman YESColorado Republican
Tom Cole YESOklahoma Republican
Mike Conaway YESTexas Republican
Chip Cravaack YESMinnesota Republican
Rick Crawford YESArkansas Republican
Ander Crenshaw YESFlorida Republican
Mark Critz YESPennsylvania Republican
John Culberson YESTexas Republican
Geoff Davis YESKentucky Republican (Retiring 2012)
Jeff Denham YESCalifornia Republican
Charles Dent YESPennsylvania Republican
Scott DesJarlais YESTennessee Republican
Mario Diaz-Balart YESFlorida Republican
Bob Dold YESIllinois Republican House Member-Elect
David Dreier YESCalifornia Republican (Retiring 2012)
Sean Duffy YESWisconsin Republican
Jeff Duncan YESSouth Carolina Republican
Jimmy Duncan YESTennessee Republican
Renee Ellmers YESNorth Carolina Republican
Blake Farenthold YESTexas Republican
Stephen Fincher YESTennessee Republican
Mike Fitzpatrick YESPennsylvania Republican
Jeff Flake YESArizona Republican (Senate run 2012)
Chuck Fleischmann YESTennessee Republican
John Fleming YESLouisiana Republican
Bill Flores YESTexas Republican
Randy Forbes YESVirginia Republican
Jeff Fortenberry YESNebraska Republican
Virginia Foxx YESNorth Carolina Republican
Trent Franks YESArizona Republican
Rodney Frelinghuysen YESNew Jersey Republican
Elton Gallegly YESCalifornia Republican (Retiring 2012)
Cory Gardner YESColorado Republican (Senate run 2014)
Scott Garrett YESNew Jersey Republican
Jim Gerlach YESPennsylvania Republican (retiring 2014)
Bob Gibbs YESOhio Republican
Chris Gibson YESNew York Republican
Phil Gingrey YESGeorgia Republican (Senate run 2014)
Louie Gohmert YESTexas Republican
Bob Goodlatte YESVirginia Republican
Paul Gosar YESArizona Republican
Trey Gowdy YESSouth Carolina Republican
Kay Granger YESTexas Republican
Samuel Graves YESMissouri Republican
Tom Graves YESGeorgia Republican
Tim Griffin YESArkansas Republican (Governor run 2014)
Morgan Griffith YESVirginia Republican
Michael Grimm YESNew York Republican
Frank Guinta YESNew Hampshire Republican House Member-Elect
Brett Guthrie YESKentucky Republican
Richard Hanna YESNew York Republican
Gregg Harper YESMississippi Republican
Andy Harris YESMaryland Republican
Vicky Hartzler YESMissouri Republican
Doc Hastings YESWashington Republican (retiring 2014)
Nan Hayworth YESNew York Republican
Joe Heck YESNevada Republican
Dean Heller YESNevada Republican (Resigned 2011)
Jeb Hensarling YESTexas Republican
Wally Herger YESCalifornia Republican (Retiring 2012)
Jaime Herrera YESWashington Republican
Tim Huelskamp YESKansas Republican
Bill Huizenga YESMichigan Republican
Randy Hultgren YESIllinois Republican
Duncan Hunter Jr. YESCalifornia Republican
Robert Hurt YESVirginia Republican
Darrell Issa YESCalifornia Republican
Lynn Jenkins YESKansas Republican
Bill Johnson YESOhio Republican
Timothy Johnson YESIllinois Republican (Retiring 2012)
Walter Beaman Jones YESNorth Carolina Republican
Jim Jordan YESOhio Republican
Mike Kelly YESPennsylvania Republican
Peter King YESNew York Rep./Ind./Cons./Right-To-Life
Steve King YESIowa Republican
Jack Kingston YESGeorgia Republican (Senate run 2014)
Adam Kinzinger YESIllinois Republican
John Kline YESMinnesota Republican
Raul Labrador YESIdaho Republican
Doug Lamborn YESColorado Republican
Leonard Lance YESNew Jersey Republican
Jeff Landry YESLouisiana Republican
James Lankford YESOklahoma Republican (Senate run 2014)
Tom Latham YESIowa Republican (retiring 2014)
Steven LaTourette YESOhio Republican
Bob Latta YESOhio Republican
Jerry Lewis YESCalifornia Republican (Retiring 2012)
Frank LoBiondo YESNew Jersey Republican
Billy Long YESMissouri Republican
Frank Dean Lucas YESOklahoma Republican
Blaine Luetkemeyer YESMissouri Republican
Cynthia Lummis YESWyoming Republican
Dan Lungren YESCalifornia Republican
Connie Mack IV YESFlorida Republican (Senate run 2012)
Donald Manzullo YESIllinois Republican (Lost 2012 Primary)
Kenny Marchant YESTexas Republican
Tom Marino YESPennsylvania Republican
Kevin McCarthy YESCalifornia Republican
Michael McCaul YESTexas Republican
Tom McClintock YESCalifornia Republican
Thad McCotter YESMichigan Republican
Patrick McHenry YESNorth Carolina Republican
Buck McKeon YESCalifornia Republican (retiring 2014)
David McKinley YESWest Virginia Republican
Cathy McMorris-Rodgers YESWashington Republican
Patrick Meehan YESPennsylvania Republican
John Mica YESFlorida Republican
Candice Miller YESMichigan Republican
Gary Miller YESCalifornia Republican (retiring 2014)
Jeff Miller YESFlorida Republican
Mick Mulvaney YESSouth Carolina Republican
Tim Murphy YESPennsylvania Republican
Sue Myrick YESNorth Carolina Republican (Retiring 2012)
Randy Neugebauer YESTexas Republican
Kristi Noem YESSouth Dakota Republican
Rich Nugent YESFlorida Republican
Devin Nunes YESCalifornia Republican
Alan Nunnelee YESMississippi Republican
Pete Olson YESTexas Republican
Steven Palazzo YESMississippi Republican
Ron Paul YESTexas Republican (Retiring 2012)
Erik Paulsen YESMinnesota Republican
Steve Pearce YESNew Mexico Republican
Mike Pence YESIndiana Republican (Gov. run 2012)
Joseph Pitts YESPennsylvania Republican
Todd Platts YESPennsylvania Republican (Retiring 2012)
Ted Poe YESTexas Republican
Mike Pompeo YESKansas Republican
Bill Posey YESFlorida Republican
Tom Price YESGeorgia Republican
Ben Quayle YESArizona Republican (lost 2012 primary)
Tom Reed YESNew York Republican
Dennis Rehberg YESMontana Republican (Senate run 2014)
Dave Reichert YESWashington Republican (Governor run 2012)
Jim Renacci YESOhio Republican
Reid Ribble YESWisconsin Republican
Scott Rigell YESVirginia Republican
David Rivera YESFlorida Republican
Martha Roby YESAlabama Republican
Phil Roe YESTennessee Republican
Hal Rogers YESKentucky Republican
Michael Rogers YESAlabama Republican
Mike Rogers YESMichigan Republican
Dana Rohrabacher YESCalifornia Republican
Todd Rokita YESIndiana Republican
Tom Rooney YESFlorida Republican
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen YESFlorida Republican
Peter Roskam YESIllinois Republican
Dennis Ross YESFlorida Republican
Ed Royce YESCalifornia Republican
Jon Runyan YESNew Jersey Republican (retiring 2014)
Paul Ryan YESWisconsin Republican; ran for V.P.
Steve Scalise YESLouisiana Republican
Bobby Schilling YESIllinois Republican challenger 2014
Jean Schmidt YESOhio Republican (Lost 2012 Primary)
Aaron Schock YESIllinois Republican
David Schweikert YESArizona Republican
Austin Scott YESGeorgia Republican
Tim Scott YESSouth Carolina Republican (Appointed Senator)
James Sensenbrenner YESWisconsin Republican
Pete Sessions YESTexas Republican
John Shimkus YESIllinois Republican
Bill Shuster YESPennsylvania Republican
Mike Simpson YESIdaho Republican
Adrian Smith YESNebraska Republican
Christopher Smith YESNew Jersey Republican
Lamar Smith YESTexas Republican
Steve Southerland YESFlorida Republican
Cliff Stearns YESFlorida Republican (Lost 2012 primary)
Steve Stivers YESOhio Republican
Marlin Stutzman YESIndiana Republican
John Sullivan YESOklahoma Republican
Lee Terry YESNebraska Republican
Glenn Thompson YESPennsylvania Republican
Mac Thornberry YESTexas Republican
Pat Tiberi YESOhio Republican
Scott Tipton YESColorado Republican
Mike Turner YESOhio Republican
Fred Upton YESMichigan Republican
Tim Walberg YESMichigan Republican
Greg Walden YESOregon Republican
Joe Walsh YESIllinois Republican
Dan Webster YESFlorida Republican
Allen West YESFlorida Republican
Lynn Westmoreland YESGeorgia Republican
Ed Whitfield YESKentucky Republican
Joe Wilson YESSouth Carolina Republican
Robert Wittman YESVirginia Republican
Frank Wolf YESVirginia Republican (retiring 2014)
Steve Womack YESArkansas Republican
Rob Woodall YESGeorgia Republican
Kevin Yoder YESKansas Republican
Bill Young YESFlorida Republican (Deceased 2013)
Don Young YESAlaska Republican
Todd Young YESIndiana Republican



Independents voting on 11-HV292

Hansen Clarke NOMichigan Former Democrat (until 2012)
Donald Payne NONew Jersey Former Democrat(Deceased 2012)
Anthony Weiner NONew York Former Democrat(Resigned 2011)



Total votes recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: YES 16; NO 172
Republicans: YES 235; NO 0
Independents: YES 0; NO 3