2006 Voto de la Tarjeta de Evaluaciones

Low-Income Energy Assistance
Senado Votación Nominal 34
Tema: Energía Limpia

Over the coming winter, residential customers are expected to pay 43 percent more for natural gas than they did the previous winter. This will be a particular blow for low-income families as they struggle to balance their energy needs with food, shelter, and other basic concerns.

During consideration of S. Con. Res. 83, the Senate budget resolution, Senate leaders stripped language providing an additional $1 billion in energy assistance. In addition to easing the burden of fuel costs, these funds would have helped low-income families insulate and weatherize their homes, making them less vulnerable in the future to high energy prices.

Senator Olympia Snowe (R-ME) introduced an amendment to restore the funding. On March 7, 2006, Senate Amendment 2913 was approved by a vote of 68-31 (Senate roll call vote 34). YES is the pro-environment vote.

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voto pro-ambientalista
Votos a Favor: 68  
Votos en Contra: 31  
No Votar: 1  
Acción a favor del ambiente
Acción en contra del ambiente
Ausencia (cuenta como negativo)
Ausencia justificada (no cuenta)
Inelegible para votar
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