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U.S. hate crimes legislation
American Conservative Union 2007 House Scorecard description The House passed a bill making violent crimes against an individual because of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability, stand-alone hate crime offenses. ACU opposed this effort to criminalize thought.
American Conservative Union 2007 House Scorecard position Nay +
American Conservative Union 2007 House Scorecard source Http:// +
Bill of vote U.S. hate crimes legislation +
Chamber 111th United States Congress +
Congress number 110th +
Family Research Council 2007-2008 House Scorecard description Sponsored by Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), this thought crimes bill (H.R. 1592) would establish federal “hate crimes” for certain violent acts based on the actual or perceived race, religion, disability, gender identity or sexual orientation of any person
Family Research Council 2007-2008 House Scorecard position Nay +
Family Research Council 2007-2008 House Scorecard source Http:// +
Modification date
National Journal 2007 House Scorecard source Http:// votes.htm +
Roll call number 299 +
Scorecard vote American Conservative Union 2007 House Scorecard + , Family Research Council 2007-2008 House Scorecard + , National Journal 2007 House Scorecard +
Session number 1 +
Categories Stubs  + , Rights, Liberties and Courts Policy (U.S.)  + , U.S. legislation  + , Record votes  + , Congresspedia  +
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Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2007 + , U.S. House of Representatives record vote 299, 110th Congress, Session 1 + , U.S. hate crimes legislation + Bill of vote


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