1984 Scorecard Vote

Low Income Home Insulation -- Final Passage
House Roll Call Vote 504
Issue: Clean Energy

The environmental and economic advantages of a strong federal program to insulate the homes of the poor are noted above. This vote was on the final passage of the weatherization bill, which extended aid for the insulation of low income homes at the current levels of around $200 million.

Weatherization and Employment Act, H.R. 2615, adopted 222-157; January 24, 1984. YES is the pro-environmental vote. The Reagan Administration opposed the weatherization program. In the end, Congress authorized $191 million.

Yes
is the
pro-environment position
Votes For: 222  
Votes Against: 157  
Not Voting: 54  
Pro-environment vote
Anti-environment vote
Missed vote
Not applicable
Representative Party District Vote
Bevill, TomDAL-04 
Young, DonRAK-AL 
McCain, JohnRAZ-01 
Stark, PeteDCA-09 
Lantos, TomDCA-11 
Lewis, JerryRCA-35 
Lungren, DanRCA-42 
Packard, RonRCA-43 
Bates, JimDCA-44 
Carper, TomDDE-AL 
Fuqua, DonDFL-02 
Nelson, BillDFL-11 
Mack, ConnieRFL-13 
Shaw, ClayRFL-15 
Savage, GusDIL-02 
Hyde, HenryRIL-06 
Durbin, DickDIL-20 
Coats, DanRIN-04 
Harkin, TomDIA-05 
Roberts, PatRKS-01 
Markey, EdDMA-07 
Lott, TrentRMS-05 
Skelton, IkeDMO-04 
Taylor, GeneRMO-07 
Reid, HarryDNV-01 
McEwen, BobROH-06 
Watkins, WesROK-03 
AuCoin, LesDOR-01 
Wyden, RonDOR-03 
Yatron, GusDPA-06 
Cooper, JimDTN-04 
Jones, EdDTN-08 
Hall, RalphRTX-04 
Gramm, PhilRTX-06 
Archer, BillRTX-07 
Paul, RonRTX-22 
Bliley, TomRVA-03 
Wolf, FrankRVA-10 
Foley, TomDWA-05 
Dicks, NormDWA-06 
Rahall, NickDWV-04 
Moody, JimDWI-05 
Petri, TomRWI-06