H.R.1891 - Setting New Priorities in Education Spending Act
To repeal ineffective or unnecessary education programs in order to restore the focus of Federal programs on quality elementary and secondary education programs for disadvantaged students. view all titles (3)
All Bill Titles
- Official: To repeal ineffective or unnecessary education programs in order to restore the focus of Federal programs on quality elementary and secondary education programs for disadvantaged students. as introduced.
- Short: Setting New Priorities in Education Spending Act as introduced.
- Short: Setting New Priorities in Education Spending Act as reported to house.
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Interests that support this bill:
- Republican/Conservative Republican/Conservative (close)
- Fiscal & tax policy Fiscal & tax policy (close)
- Education Education (close)
Top recipients for ALL supporting interest groups
|Name||Amount Received||Vote On Passage|
|Rep. Joe Wilson [R, SC-2]||$194,531|
|Rep. Tom Graves [R, GA-14]||$150,018|
|Rep. Michele Bachmann [R, MN-6]||$149,622|
|Rep. Dina Titus [D, NV-1]||$139,790|
|Rep. William L. Owens [D, NY-21]||$137,817|
|Rep. Paul C. Broun [R, GA-10]||$109,867|
|Rep. Tim Huelskamp [R, KS-1]||$92,658|
|Rep. Jeff Duncan [R, SC-3]||$79,047|
|Rep. Tom McClintock [R, CA-4]||$72,387|
|Rep. Ken Calvert [R, CA-42]||$70,662|
|Sen. Patrick J. Toomey [R, PA]||$940,239|
|Sen. Harry Reid [D, NV]||$442,521|
|Sen. Marco Rubio [R, FL]||$421,274|
|Sen. John Thune [R, SD]||$179,808|
|Sen. Rob Portman [R, OH]||$167,405|
|Sen. Mark Kirk [R, IL]||$115,550|
|Sen. John McCain [R, AZ]||$106,665|
|Sen. Tom Coburn [R, OK]||$103,406|
|Sen. David Vitter [R, LA]||$99,319|
|Sen. Roy Blunt [R, MO]||$75,551|
Specific Organizations Supporting H.R.1891
- Center for Fiscal Accountability
- Council of the Great City Schools
- Americans for Limited Government
- Americans for Tax Reform
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