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Alternative Minimum Tax Relief Act of 2008
Americans for Democratic Action 2008 Senate Scorecard description Motion to invoke cloture, limit debate, an Motion to invoke cloture, limit debate, and vote on a bill related to the alternative minimum tax, which would serve as the vehicle for an emergency loan package for domestic automakers. Failing to receive the required 60 votes, the Motion was rejected 52-35 ed 60 votes, the Motion was rejected 52-35
Americans for Democratic Action 2008 Senate Scorecard position Aye +
Americans for Democratic Action 2008 Senate Scorecard source Http://www.adaction.org/pages/publications/voting-records.php +
Bill of vote Alternative Minimum Tax Relief Act of 2008 +
Billnumber H6275 +
Chamber 111th United States Congress + , U.S. Senate +
Congress number 110th +
Congressnumber 110 +
Drum Major Institute 2008 Senate Scorecard description The automobile industry is a critical comp The automobile industry is a critical component of the American economy. Motor vehicle and parts industries employed over 700,000 people directly as of September and each job in the auto industry supports about 1.7 additional jobs in industries as diverse as textiles and retail. The Economic Policy Institute predicts that a worst-case-scenario shutdown of the entire U.S. auto industry would eliminate 3.3 million jobs—many of them solid middle-class positions. Most experts agree that bankruptcy in the current liquidity crisis would be devastating to the auto manufacturers: already weak sales would be exacerbated by consumers frightened to buy from a bankrupt manufacturer, and lending institutions normally accessible to bankrupt companies are now unavailable. As an alternative, this legislation imposes reasonable restructuring requirements, while ensuring that middle-class jobs are preserved in a period of deep economic crisis. The bill will prevent the short-term failure of the automobile industry in the United States and makes a leaner, more energy-efficient Detroit possible. An auto czar cannot make the Big Three automakers profitable. But the czar’s influence—backed up by the capacity to speed loan repayment and impose bankruptcy—and the thorough restructuring guidelines laid out by Congress can ensure that the American automakers do not once again fail to confront environmental concerns and recalcitrant management. ntal concerns and recalcitrant management.
Drum Major Institute 2008 Senate Scorecard position Aye +
Drum Major Institute 2008 Senate Scorecard source Http://www.drummajorinstitute.org/library/report.php?ID=87 +
Modification date
National Journal 2008 House Scorecard description Revise the alternative minimum tax to prevent coverage of additional taxpayers, offset by increasing taxes on private-equity managers, reducing oil and gas company tax breaks, and tightening rules on foreign-owned companies. June 25. (233-189)
National Journal 2008 House Scorecard position Aye +
National Journal 2008 House Scorecard source Http://www.nationaljournal.com/njmagazine/cs 20090228 4813.php +
National Journal 2008 Senate Scorecard description Allow the Senate to proceed to a bill authorizing $14 billion in government loans to domestic automobile manufacturers. December 11. (52-35; 60 votes required to invoke cloture. Reid voted no so that he could subsequently move to reconsider the vote.)
National Journal 2008 Senate Scorecard position Nay +
National Journal 2008 Senate Scorecard source Http://www.nationaljournal.com/njmagazine/cs 20090228 4813.php +
Roll call number 455 + , 215 +
Scorecard vote National Journal 2008 House Scorecard + , Americans for Democratic Action 2008 Senate Scorecard + , Drum Major Institute 2008 Senate Scorecard + , National Journal 2008 Senate Scorecard +
Session number 2 +
Categories Economic Policy (U.S.)  + , U.S. legislation  + , Record votes  +
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Alternative Minimum Tax Relief Act of 2008 + , U.S. House of Representatives record vote 455, 110th Congress, Session 2 + , U.S. Senate record vote 215, 110th Congress, Session 2 + Bill of vote
 

 

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