H.R.527 - Responsible Helium Administration and Stewardship Act
To amend the Helium Act to complete the privatization of the Federal helium reserve in a competitive market fashion that ensures stability in the helium markets while protecting the interests of American taxpayers, and for other purposes. view all titles (4)
All Bill Titles
- Short: Responsible Helium Administration and Stewardship Act as passed house.
- Short: Responsible Helium Administration and Stewardship Act as reported to house.
- Short: Responsible Helium Administration and Stewardship Act as introduced.
- Official: To amend the Helium Act to complete the privatization of the Federal helium reserve in a competitive market fashion that ensures stability in the helium markets while protecting the interests of American taxpayers, and for other purposes. as introduced.
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Interests that support this bill:
- Electronics manufacturing & services Electronics manufacturing & services (close)
- Computers, components & accessories Computers, components & accessories (close)
- Computer manufacture & services Computer manufacture & services (close)
- Recreation/Entertainment Recreation/Entertainment (close)
- Chemicals Chemicals (close)
- Photographic equipment & supplies Photographic equipment & supplies (close)
- Household & office products Household & office products (close)
- Heavy industrial manufacturing Heavy industrial manufacturing (close)
- Industrial/commercial equipment & materials Industrial/commercial equipment & materials (close)
Top recipients for ALL supporting interest groups
|Name||Amount Received||Vote On Passage|
|Rep. Eric Cantor [R, VA-7]||$93,000||Aye|
|Rep. James E. Clyburn [D, SC-6]||$80,407||Aye|
|Rep. Steny H. Hoyer [D, MD-5]||$59,000||Aye|
|Rep. Richard E. Neal [D, MA-1]||$57,550||Aye|
|Rep. John A. Boehner [R, OH-8]||$57,050|
|Rep. Dave Camp [R, MI-4]||$56,269||Aye|
|Rep. Vern Buchanan [R, FL-16]||$54,800||Aye|
|Rep. Mike Rogers [R, MI-8]||$52,600||Aye|
|Rep. Anna G. Eshoo [D, CA-18]||$50,409||Aye|
|Rep. Steve Israel [D, NY-3]||$50,200||Aye|
|Sen. Rob Portman [R, OH]||$181,453|
|Sen. Charles E. Schumer [D, NY]||$163,334|
|Sen. Harry Reid [D, NV]||$140,545|
|Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand [D, NY]||$120,395|
|Sen. Roy Blunt [R, MO]||$99,388|
|Sen. Mark Kirk [R, IL]||$94,950|
|Sen. Richard Burr [R, NC]||$79,850|
|Sen. Patty Murray [D, WA]||$73,798|
|Sen. Barbara Boxer [D, CA]||$65,979|
|Sen. Chuck Grassley [R, IA]||$61,825|
Specific Organizations Supporting H.R.527
- Texas Instruments Incorporated
- ON Semiconductor
- Micron Technology Incorporated
- Materials Research Society
- IBM Corporation
- Intel Corporation
- GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc.
- General Electric Company
- Freescale Semiconductor
- Fairchild Semiconductor
- Dow Chemical Company
- Cree, Inc.
- Applied Materials
- American Physical Society
- Corning Incorporated
- Coalition for the Commercial Application of Superconductors
- Helium and Balloons Across America
- Information Technology Industry Council
- The Balloon Council
- Semiconductor Industry Association
- Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance
Specific Organizations Opposing H.R.527
- Linde Global Helium
- Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
- Matheson Tri - Gas, Inc.
- Airgas, Inc.
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