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Vote number 2007-1009 adding 2 to 4 million children to SCHIP eligibility
on Oct 25, 2007 regarding bill H.R. 3963 Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act
Results: Bill Passed, 265-142

Allows State Children's Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP), that require state legislation to meet additional requirements imposed by this Act, additional time to make required plan changes. Pres. Bush vetoed this bill on Dec. 12, 2007, as well as a version (HR976) from Feb. 2007.

Proponents support voting YES because:

Rep. DINGELL: This is not a perfect bill, but it is an excellent bipartisan compromise. The bill provides health coverage for 3.9 million children who are eligible, yet remain uninsured. It meets the concerns expressed in the President's veto message [from HR976]:

  1. It terminates the coverage of childless adults.
  2. It targets bonus payments only to States that increase enrollments of the poorest uninsured children, and it prohibits States from covering families with incomes above $51,000.
  3. It contains adequate enforcement to ensure that only US citizens are covered.

Opponents recommend voting NO because:

Rep. DEAL: This bill [fails to] fix the previous legislation that has been vetoed:

  • On illegal immigration: Would the verification system prevent an illegal alien from fraudulently using another person's name to obtain SCHIP benefits? No.
  • On adults in SCHIP: Up to 10% of the enrollees in SCHIP will be adults, not children, in the next 5 years, and money for poor children shouldn't go to cover adults.
  • On crowd-out: The CBO still estimates there will be some 2 million people who will lose their private health insurance coverage and become enrolled in a government-run program.

Veto message from President Bush:

Like its predecessor, HR976, this bill does not put poor children first and it moves our country's health care system in the wrong direction. Ultimately, our goal should be to move children who have no health insurance to private coverage--not to move children who already have private health insurance to government coverage. As a result, I cannot sign this legislation.

Categorized under Health Care

Voting YES counts for 1 points on VoteMatch question 5:
More federal funding for health coverage;
Voting NO counts for -1 points on VoteMatch question 5.

Voting YES counts as answer B on AmericansElect question 3;
Voting NO counts as answer C on AmericansElect question 3

Healthcare: When you think about healthcare reform in the United States, which of the following solutions is closest to your opinion?
  • A: The Government should be the sole provider of healthcare insurance
  • B: The Government should have a major role in providing healthcare insurance
  • C: The Government should have a limited role in providing healthcare insurance
  • D: Only private companies should provide healthcare insurance
  • E: Unsure

Democrats voting on 2007-1009

Neil Abercrombie YESHawaii Democrat (Resigned 2010)
Gary Ackerman YESNew York Dem./Ind./Lib./Working-Fam.
Tom Allen YESMaine Democrat (Retiring 2008)
Jason Altmire YESPennsylvania Democrat
Rob Andrews YESNew Jersey Democrat
Michael Arcuri YESNew York Democrat (until 2010)
Joe Baca YESCalifornia Democrat
Brian Baird YESWashington Democrat (until 2010)
Tammy Baldwin YESWisconsin Democrat
John Barrow YESGeorgia Democrat
Melissa Bean YESIllinois Democrat (Unseated 2010)
Xavier Becerra YESCalifornia Democrat
Shelley Berkley YESNevada Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Howard Berman YESCalifornia Democrat
Sanford Bishop YESGeorgia Democrat
Timothy Bishop YESNew York Democrat
Earl Blumenauer YESOregon Democrat
Leonard Boswell YESIowa Democrat
Rick Boucher YESVirginia Democrat (until 2010)
Nancy Boyda YESKansas Democrat (Unseated 2008)
Robert Brady YESPennsylvania Democrat
Bruce Braley YESIowa Democrat
Corrine Brown YESFlorida Democrat
G.K. Butterfield YESNorth Carolina Democrat
Lois Capps YESCalifornia Democrat
Michael Capuano YESMassachusetts Democrat
Dennis Cardoza YESCalifornia Democrat
Russ Carnahan YESMissouri Democrat
Chris Carney YESPennsylvania Democrat (until 2010)
Kathy Castor YESFlorida Democrat
Ben Chandler YESKentucky Democrat
Yvette Clarke YESNew York Democrat
William Lacy Clay YESMissouri Democrat
Emmanuel Cleaver YESMissouri Democrat
James Clyburn YESSouth Carolina Democrat
Steve Cohen YESTennessee Democrat
John Conyers YESMichigan Democrat
Jim Cooper YESTennessee Democrat
Jim Costa YESCalifornia Democrat
Joe Courtney YESConnecticut Democrat
Bud Cramer YESAlabama Democrat (Retiring 2008)
Joseph Crowley YESNew York Democrat
Henry Cuellar YESTexas Democrat
Elijah Cummings YESMaryland Democrat
Danny Davis YESIllinois Democrat
Lincoln Davis YESTennessee Democrat (until 2010)
Bill Delahunt YESMassachusetts Democrat (until 2010)
Rosa DeLauro YESConnecticut Democrat
Norm Dicks YESWashington Democrat
John Dingell YESMichigan Democrat
Lloyd Doggett YESTexas Democrat
Joe Donnelly YESIndiana Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Mike Doyle YESPennsylvania Democrat
Chet Edwards YESTexas Democrat (until 2010)
Keith Ellison YESMinnesota Democrat
Brad Ellsworth YESIndiana Democrat (until 2010)
Eliot Engel YESNew York Democrat/Liberal
Anna Eshoo YESCalifornia Democrat
Bob Etheridge YESNorth Carolina Democrat (Unseated 2010)
Sam Farr YESCalifornia Democrat
Chaka Fattah YESPennsylvania Democrat
Barney Frank YESMassachusetts Democrat
Gabby Giffords YESArizona Democrat
Kirsten Gillibrand YESNew York Democrat
Charles Gonzalez YESTexas Democrat
Bart Gordon YESTennessee Democrat (until 2010)
Al Green YESTexas Democrat
Gene Green YESTexas Democrat
Raul Grijalva YESArizona Democrat
Luis Gutierrez YESIllinois Democrat
John Hall YESNew York Democrat (until 2010)
Ralph Moody Hall NOTexas Democrat
Phil Hare YESIllinois Democrat (until 2010)
Jane Harman YESCalifornia Democrat (Resigned 2011)
Alcee Hastings YESFlorida Democrat
Stephanie Herseth YESSouth Dakota Democratic (until 2010)
Brian Higgins YESNew York Democrat
Maurice Hinchey YESNew York Dem./Ind./Lib./Working-Fam.
Ruben Hinojosa YESTexas Democrat
Mazie Hirono YESHawaii Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Paul Hodes YESNew Hampshire Democrat (until 2010)
Tim Holden YESPennsylvania Democrat
Rush Holt YESNew Jersey Democrat
Mike Honda YESCalifornia Democrat
Darlene Hooley YESOregon Democrat (Retiring 2008)
Steny Hoyer YESMaryland Democrat
Jay Inslee YESWashington Democrat
Steve Israel YESNew York Democrat
Jesse Louis Jackson YESIllinois Democrat
Sheila Jackson Lee YESTexas Democrat
William Jefferson YESLouisiana Democrat
Hank Johnson YESGeorgia Democrat
Stephanie Tubbs Jones YESOhio Democrat (Deceased, 2008)
Steve Kagen YESWisconsin Democrat (until 2010)
Paul Kanjorski YESPennsylvania Democrat (until 2010)
Marcy Kaptur YESOhio Democrat
Dale Kildee YESMichigan Democrat
Ron Kind YESWisconsin Democrat
Dennis Kucinich YESOhio Democrat
Nicholas Lampson YESTexas Democrat (Unseated 2008)
James Langevin YESRhode Island Democrat
Rick Larsen YESWashington Democrat
John Larson YESConnecticut Democrat
Barbara Lee YESCalifornia Democrat
Sander Levin YESMichigan Democrat
John Lewis YESGeorgia Democrat
Dan Lipinski YESIllinois Democrat
David Loebsack YESIowa Democrat
Zoe Lofgren YESCalifornia Democrat
Nita Lowey YESNew York Democrat
Steve Lynch YESMassachusetts Democrat
Tim Mahoney YESFlorida Democrat (Unseated 2008)
Carolyn Maloney YESNew York Democrat/Liberal
Ed Markey YESMassachusetts Democrat
Jim Matheson YESUtah Democrat
Doris Matsui YESCalifornia Democrat
Carolyn McCarthy YESNew York Dem./Ind./Working-Families
Betty McCollum YESMinnesota Democrat
Jim McDermott YESWashington Democrat
Jim McGovern YESMassachusetts Democrat
Mike McIntyre YESNorth Carolina Democrat
Jerry McNerney YESCalifornia Democrat
Michael McNulty YESNew York Dem./Cons. (Retiring 2008)
Gregory Meeks YESNew York Dem./Working-Families
Charles Melancon YESLouisiana Democrat (until 2010)
Michael Michaud YESMaine Democrat
Brad Miller YESNorth Carolina Democrat
George Miller YESCalifornia Democrat
Alan Mollohan YESWest Virginia Democrat
Dennis Moore YESKansas Democrat (until 2010)
Gwen Moore YESWisconsin Democrat
James Moran YESVirginia Democrat
Chris Murphy YESConnecticut Democrat (Senate run 2012)
Patrick Murphy YESPennsylvania Democrat (until 2010)
John Murtha YESPennsylvania Democrat (Deceased Feb. 2010)
Jerrold Nadler YESNew York Dem./Lib./Working-Families
Grace Napolitano YESCalifornia Democrat
Richard Neal YESMassachusetts Democrat
James Oberstar YESMinnesota Dem./Farmer/Labor (until 2010)
David Obey YESWisconsin Democrat (until 2010)
John Olver YESMassachusetts Democrat
Solomon Ortiz YESTexas Democrat (Unseated 2010)
Frank Pallone YESNew Jersey Democrat
Bill Pascrell YESNew Jersey Democrat
Ed Pastor YESArizona Democrat
Donald Payne YESNew Jersey Democrat
Nancy Pelosi YESCalifornia Democrat
Ed Perlmutter YESColorado Democrat
Collin Peterson YESMinnesota Democrat/Farmer/Labor
Earl Pomeroy YESNorth Dakota Democrat (until 2010)
David Eugene Price YESNorth Carolina Democrat
Nick Rahall YESWest Virginia Democrat
Charles Rangel YESNew York Dem./Lib./Working-Families
Silvestre Reyes YESTexas Democrat
Laura Richardson YESCalifornia Democrat
Ciro Rodriguez YESTexas Democrat (until 2010)
Steven Rothman YESNew Jersey Democrat
Lucille Roybal-Allard YESCalifornia Democrat
Dutch Ruppersberger YESMaryland Democrat
Tim Ryan YESOhio Democrat
John Salazar YESColorado Democrat (Unseated 2010)
Linda Sanchez YESCalifornia Democrat
Loretta Sanchez YESCalifornia Democrat
John Sarbanes YESMaryland Democrat
Jan Schakowsky YESIllinois Democrat
Adam Schiff YESCalifornia Democrat
Allyson Schwartz YESPennsylvania Democrat
Bobby Scott YESVirginia Democrat
David Scott YESGeorgia Democrat
Jose Serrano YESNew York Democrat/Liberal
Joe Sestak YESPennsylvania Democrat (until 2010)
Brad Sherman YESCalifornia Democrat
Heath Shuler YESNorth Carolina Democrat
Albio Sires YESNew Jersey Democrat
Ike Skelton YESMissouri Democrat (until 2010)
Louise Slaughter YESNew York Democrat
Zack Space YESOhio Democrat (until 2010)
John Spratt YESSouth Carolina Democrat (until 2010)
Pete Stark YESCalifornia Democrat
Bart Stupak YESMichigan Democrat (until 2010)
Betty Sutton YESOhio Democrat
John Tanner YESTennessee Democrat (until 2010)
Gene Taylor YESMississippi Democrat (until 2010)
Bennie Thompson YESMississippi Democrat
Mike Thompson YESCalifornia Democrat
John Tierney YESMassachusetts Democrat
Ed Towns YESNew York Democrat/Liberal
Niki Tsongas YESMassachusetts Democrat
Mark Udall YESColorado Democrat (Senate 2008)
Tom Udall YESNew Mexico Democrat (Senate 2008)
Chris Van Hollen YESMaryland Democrat
Nydia Velazquez YESNew York Democrat/Working-Families
Peter Visclosky YESIndiana Democrat
Tim Walz YESMinnesota Democrat
Debbie Wasserman Schultz YESFlorida Democrat
Maxine Waters YESCalifornia Democrat
Mel Watt YESNorth Carolina Democrat
Henry Waxman YESCalifornia Democrat
Anthony Weiner YESNew York Democrat (Resigned 2011)
Peter Welch YESVermont Democrat
Robert Wexler YESFlorida Democrat (resigned Jan. 2010)
Lynn Woolsey YESCalifornia Democrat (Retiring 2012)
David Wu YESOregon Democrat
Albert Wynn YESMaryland Democrat (Unseated 2008)
John Yarmuth YESKentucky Democrat

Republicans voting on 2007-1009

Robert Aderholt NOAlabama Republican
Todd Akin NOMissouri Republican (Senate run 2012)
Rodney Alexander NOLouisiana Republican
Michele Bachmann NOMinnesota Republican
Spencer Bachus NOAlabama Republican
Richard Hugh Baker NOLouisiana Republican (Resigned 2008)
Gresham Barrett NOSouth Carolina Republican (until 2010)
Roscoe Bartlett NOMaryland Republican
Joe Linus Barton NOTexas Republican
Judy Biggert NOIllinois Republican
Gus Bilirakis NOFlorida Republican
Rob Bishop NOUtah Republican
Marsha Blackburn NOTennessee Republican
Roy Blunt NOMissouri Republican (until 2010)
John Boehner NOOhio Republican
Jo Bonner NOAlabama Republican
Mary Bono YESCalifornia Republican
Charles Boustany NOLouisiana Republican
Kevin Brady NOTexas Republican
Paul Broun NOGeorgia Republican
Henry Brown NOSouth Carolina Republican (until 2010)
Vern Buchanan YESFlorida Republican
Michael Burgess NOTexas Republican
Dan Burton NOIndiana Republican
Dave Camp NOMichigan Republican
John Campbell NOCalifornia Republican
Chris Cannon NOUtah Republican
Eric Cantor NOVirginia Republican
Shelley Moore Capito YESWest Virginia Republican
John Carter NOTexas Republican
Steve Chabot NOOhio Republican
John Howard Coble NONorth Carolina Republican
Tom Cole NOOklahoma Republican
Mike Conaway NOTexas Republican
Ander Crenshaw NOFlorida Republican
Barbara Cubin NOWyoming Republican (Retiring 2008)
John Culberson NOTexas Republican
David Davis NOTennessee Republican (Unseated 2008)
Geoff Davis NOKentucky Republican
Tom Davis YESVirginia Republican (Retiring 2008)
Nathan Deal NOGeorgia Republican (Resigned 2010)
Charles Dent YESPennsylvania Republican
Mario Diaz-Balart NOFlorida Republican
John Doolittle NOCalifornia Republican (Retiring 2008)
Thelma Drake NOVirginia Republican (Unseated 2008)
Jimmy Duncan NOTennessee Republican
Vernon Ehlers NOMichigan Republican (until 2010)
Jo Ann Emerson YESMissouri Republican
Phil English YESPennsylvania Republican (Unseated 2008)
Terry Everett NOAlabama Republican (Retiring 2008)
Mary Fallin NOOklahoma Republican (until 2010)
Mike Ferguson YESNew Jersey Republican (Retiring 2008)
Jeff Flake NOArizona Republican (Senate run 2012)
Randy Forbes NOVirginia Republican
Jeff Fortenberry NONebraska Republican
Vito Fossella YESNew York Rep./Cons. (Unseated 2008)
Virginia Foxx NONorth Carolina Republican
Trent Franks NOArizona Republican
Rodney Frelinghuysen NONew Jersey Republican
Scott Garrett NONew Jersey Republican
Jim Gerlach YESPennsylvania Republican
Wayne Gilchrest YESMaryland Republican (Unseated 2008)
Phil Gingrey NOGeorgia Republican
Louie Gohmert NOTexas Republican
Virgil Goode NOVirginia Republican (Unseated 2008)
Bob Goodlatte NOVirginia Republican
Kay Granger NOTexas Republican
Samuel Graves NOMissouri Republican
Robin Hayes NONorth Carolina Republican (Unseated 2008)
Dean Heller NONevada Republican (Resigned 2011)
Jeb Hensarling NOTexas Republican
Wally Herger NOCalifornia Republican
Dave Hobson YESOhio Republican (Retiring 2008)
Peter Hoekstra NOMichigan Republican (until 2010)
Kenny Hulshof NOMissouri Republican (Governor 2008)
Bob Inglis NOSouth Carolina Republican (until 2010)
Sam Johnson NOTexas Republican
Timothy Johnson NOIllinois Republican
Walter Beaman Jones NONorth Carolina Republican
Jim Jordan NOOhio Republican
Ric Keller NOFlorida Republican (Unseated 2008)
Peter King YESNew York Rep./Ind./Cons./Right-To-Life
Steve King NOIowa Republican
Jack Kingston NOGeorgia Republican
Mark Kirk YESIllinois Republican (until 2010)
John Kline NOMinnesota Republican
Joe Knollenberg NOMichigan Republican (Unseated 2008)
Randy Kuhl NONew York Republican (Unseated 2008)
Ray LaHood YESIllinois Republican (Retiring 2008)
Doug Lamborn NOColorado Republican
Tom Latham YESIowa Republican
Steven LaTourette YESOhio Republican
Ron Lewis NOKentucky Republican (Retiring 2008)
Frank LoBiondo YESNew Jersey Republican
Frank Dean Lucas NOOklahoma Republican
Dan Lungren NOCalifornia Republican
Connie Mack IV NOFlorida Republican
Donald Manzullo NOIllinois Republican
Kenny Marchant NOTexas Republican
Kevin McCarthy NOCalifornia Republican
Michael McCaul NOTexas Republican
Thad McCotter NOMichigan Republican
Jim McCrery NOLouisiana Republican (Retiring 2008)
John McHugh YESNew York Republican/Conservative
Buck McKeon NOCalifornia Republican
Cathy McMorris-Rodgers YESWashington Republican
John Mica NOFlorida Republican
Candice Miller YESMichigan Republican
Jeff Miller NOFlorida Republican
Jerry Moran YESKansas Republican (until 2010)
Tim Murphy YESPennsylvania Republican
Marilyn Musgrave NOColorado Republican (Unseated 2008)
Sue Myrick NONorth Carolina Republican
Randy Neugebauer NOTexas Republican
Devin Nunes NOCalifornia Republican
Ron Paul NOTexas Republican
Steve Pearce NONew Mexico Republican
Mike Pence NOIndiana Republican (Gov. run 2012)
John Peterson NOPennsylvania Republican (Retired 2008)
Tom Petri YESWisconsin Republican
Charles Pickering NOMississippi Republican (Retiring 2008)
Joseph Pitts NOPennsylvania Republican
Todd Platts YESPennsylvania Republican
Ted Poe NOTexas Republican
Jon Porter YESNevada Republican (Unseated 2008)
Tom Price NOGeorgia Republican
Deborah Pryce YESOhio Republican
Jim Ramstad YESMinnesota Republican (Retiring 2008)
Ralph Regula YESOhio Republican (Retiring 2008)
Dennis Rehberg YESMontana Republican (Senate run 2012)
Dave Reichert YESWashington Republican (Governor run 2012)
Rick Renzi YESArizona Republican (Retiring 2008)
Thomas Reynolds NONew York Republican (Retiring 2008)
Hal Rogers NOKentucky Republican
Michael Rogers NOAlabama Republican
Mike Rogers NOMichigan Republican
Dana Rohrabacher NOCalifornia Republican
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen NOFlorida Republican
Peter Roskam NOIllinois Republican
Ed Royce NOCalifornia Republican
Paul Ryan NOWisconsin Republican
Bill Sali NOIdaho Republican (Unseated 2008)
Jim Saxton NONew Jersey Republican (Retiring 2008)
Jean Schmidt NOOhio Republican
James Sensenbrenner NOWisconsin Republican
Pete Sessions NOTexas Republican
John Shadegg NOArizona Republican
Christopher Shays YESConnecticut Republican (Unseated 2008)
John Shimkus NOIllinois Republican
Mike Simpson YESIdaho Republican
Adrian Smith NONebraska Republican
Christopher Smith YESNew Jersey Republican
Lamar Smith NOTexas Republican
Linda Smith YESWashington Republican Former (1994-)
Mark Souder NOIndiana Republican (until 2010)
Cliff Stearns NOFlorida Republican
John Sullivan NOOklahoma Republican
Lee Terry NONebraska Republican
Mac Thornberry NOTexas Republican
Todd Tiahrt NOKansas Republican (until 2010)
Pat Tiberi YESOhio Republican
Fred Upton YESMichigan Republican
Tim Walberg NOMichigan Republican
Greg Walden NOOregon Republican
Jim Walsh YESNew York Rep./Ind. (Retiring 2008)
Zach Wamp NOTennessee Republican (until 2010)
Dave Weldon NOFlorida Republican (Retiring 2008)
Jerry Weller NOIllinois Republican (Retiring 2008)
Lynn Westmoreland NOGeorgia Republican
Ed Whitfield NOKentucky Republican
Roger Wicker NOMississippi Republican (Senate 2008)
Heather Wilson YESNew Mexico Republican (Senate 2008)
Joe Wilson NOSouth Carolina Republican
Bill Young YESFlorida Republican

Independents voting on 2007-1009

Marion Berry YESArkansas Former Democrat (until 2010)
John Boozman NOArkansas Former GOP (until 2010)
Allen Boyd YESFlorida Former Democrat (until 2010)
Ginny Brown-Waite NOFlorida Former GOP (until 2010)
Michael Castle YESDelaware Former GOP (until 2010)
Artur Davis YESAlabama Former Democrat (until 2010)
Lincoln Diaz-Balart NOFlorida Former GOP (until 2010)
Rahm Emanuel YESIllinois Former Democrat (until 2009)
Tom Feeney NOFlorida Former GOP
Ron Klein YESFlorida Former Democrat (until 2010)
Tom Lantos YESCalifornia Former Democrat (until 2008)
John Linder NOGeorgia Former GOP (until 2010)
Jim Marshall NOGeorgia Former Democrat (until 2010)
Kendrick Meek YESFlorida Former Democrat (until 2010)
Harry Mitchell YESArizona Former Democrat (until 2010)
Adam Putnam NOFlorida Former GOP (until 2010)
George Radanovich NOCalifornia Former GOP (until 2010)
Vic Snyder YESArkansas Former Democrat (until 2010)
Hilda Solis YESCalifornia Former Democrat (until 2009)
Ellen Tauscher YESCalifornia Former Democrat (until 2009)
Diane Watson YESCalifornia Former Democrat (until 2010)

Total votes recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: YES 204; NO 1
Republicans: YES 41; NO 133
Independents: YES 13; NO 8