Senator Bob Corker
Republican • Tennessee • 2nd Term • Sworn In 2007
- Today: 26
- Past Seven Days: 118
- All-Time: 42,668
Most Recent Sponsored Bills
S.977Introduced May 16, 2013 3 Views
A bill to amend the Clean Air Act to provide that a downward adjustment of the volume of cellulosic biofuel results in a pro rata reduction of...
S.563 - Jumpstart GSE Reform ActIntroduced Mar 14, 2013 8 Views
A bill to provide certainty that Congress and the Administration will undertake substantive and structural housing finance reform, and for oth...
S.11 - Fiscal Sustainability Act of 2013Introduced Feb 26, 2013 6 Views
A bill to provide a comprehensive deficit reduction plan, and for other purposes.
Most Recent Co-Sponsored Bills
S.982 - Freedom to Fish ActSenate Passed May 16, 2013 3 Views
A bill to prohibit the Corps of Engineers from taking certain actions to establish a restricted area prohibiting public access to waters downs...
S.960Introduced May 15, 2013 17 Views
A bill to foster stability in Syria, and for other purposes.
S.Res.115Senate Passed Apr 25, 2013 56 Views
A resolution commending the heroism, courage, and sacrifice of Sean Collier, an officer in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police De...
Recent Voting History
On the Nomination PN193: Ernest J. Moniz, of Massachusetts, to be Secretary of EnergyAye (with party)May 16, 2013
On the Nomination PN138: Marilyn B. Tavenner, of Virginia, to be Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesAye (with party)May 15, 2013
On the Nomination PN24: William H. Orrick, III, of the District of Columbia, to be United States District Judge for the Northern District of CaliforniaAbstain (against party)May 15, 2013
Videos of Bob Corker
Featured Members of Congress
On December 15, 2008 Bob Corker was featured on the homepage of OpenCongress:
Freshman Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) has received a lot of attention lately for his role as the leading Republican negotiator in the failed Big Three bailout deal. Corker's main proposal, which ultimately led to the collapse of the bailout plan in Congress, was to require the car companies to reduce the wages and benefits of their union workers to be on par with those of Toyota and Honda workers, by a date certain.
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