House Vote 554 – House Vote to Impose Tariffs on Chinese Goods


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http://politics.nytimes.com/congress/votes/111/house/2/554

House Vote 554 – House Vote to Impose Tariffs on Chinese Goods

On Passage

To amend title VII of the Tariff Act of 1930 to clarify that fundamental exchange-rate misalignment by any foreign nation is actionable under United States countervailing and antidumping duty laws, and for other purposes.
Full text of the bill »

Sponsor: Tim Ryan
Introduced: May 13, 2009
Passed House:
Passed Senate:
Considered by President:
Became Law:
  • Result: Passed by a margin of 134 votes
  • Date of Vote: September 29, 2010
  • Roll Call Number: 554

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Geography of the Vote

Complete Roll Call

All States Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming All PartiesDemocratsIndependentsRepublicans

Yes Votes (348)

Member Party Dist.
Gary L. Ackerman D NY-5
Robert B. Aderholt R AL-4
John Adler D NJ-3
Todd Akin R MO-2
Jason Altmire D PA-4
Robert E. Andrews D NJ-1
Michael Arcuri D NY-24
Steve Austria R OH-7
Joe Baca D CA-43
Spencer Bachus R AL-6
Brian Baird D WA-3
Tammy Baldwin D WI-2
J. Gresham Barrett R SC-3
John Barrow D GA-12
Melissa Bean D IL-8
Xavier Becerra D CA-31
Shelley Berkley D NV-1
Howard L. Berman D CA-28
Marion Berry D AR-1
Judy Biggert R IL-13
Brian P. Bilbray R CA-50
Gus Bilirakis R FL-9
Rob Bishop R UT-1
Timothy H. Bishop D NY-1
Sanford D. Bishop Jr. D GA-2
Earl Blumenauer D OR-3
John Boccieri D OH-16
Jo Bonner R AL-1
John Boozman R AR-3
Dan Boren D OK-2
Leonard L. Boswell D IA-3
Rick Boucher D VA-9
Allen Boyd D FL-2
Robert A. Brady D PA-1
Bruce Braley D IA-1
Bobby Bright D AL-2
Corrine Brown D FL-3
Henry E. Brown Jr. R SC-1
Ginny Brown-Waite R FL-5
Michael C. Burgess R TX-26
Dan Burton R IN-5
G. K. Butterfield D NC-1
Ken Calvert R CA-44
Dave Camp R MI-4
Anh Cao R LA-2
Shelley Moore Capito R WV-2
Lois Capps D CA-23
Michael E. Capuano D MA-8
Dennis Cardoza D CA-18
Russ Carnahan D MO-3
Christopher Carney D PA-10
André Carson D IN-7
Bill Cassidy R LA-6
Michael N. Castle R DE-1
Kathy Castor D FL-11
Ben Chandler D KY-6
Travis W. Childers D MS-1
Judy Chu D CA-32
Yvette D. Clarke D NY-11
William Lacy Clay D MO-1
Emanuel Cleaver II D MO-5
James E. Clyburn D SC-6
Howard Coble R NC-6
Mike Coffman R CO-6
Steve Cohen D TN-9
Tom Cole R OK-4
Gerald E. Connolly D VA-11
John Conyers Jr. D MI-14
Jim Cooper D TN-5
Jim Costa D CA-20
Jerry F. Costello D IL-12
Joe Courtney D CT-2
Ander Crenshaw R FL-4
Mark Critz D PA-12
Joseph Crowley D NY-7
Elijah E. Cummings D MD-7
Kathy Dahlkemper D PA-3
Artur Davis D AL-7
Danny K. Davis D IL-7
Geoff Davis R KY-4
Lincoln Davis D TN-4
Susan A. Davis D CA-53
Peter A. DeFazio D OR-4
Diana DeGette D CO-1
Rosa DeLauro D CT-3
Charlie Dent R PA-15
Ted Deutch D FL-19
Lincoln Diaz-Balart R FL-21
Mario Diaz-Balart R FL-25
Norman D. Dicks D WA-6
John D. Dingell D MI-15
Lloyd Doggett D TX-25
Joe Donnelly D IN-2
Mike Doyle D PA-14
Steve Driehaus D OH-1
John J. Duncan Jr. R TN-2
Chet Edwards D TX-17
Donna Edwards D MD-4
Vernon J. Ehlers R MI-3
Keith Ellison D MN-5
Brad Ellsworth D IN-8
Jo Ann Emerson R MO-8
Eliot L. Engel D NY-17
Anna G. Eshoo D CA-14
Bob Etheridge D NC-2
Sam Farr D CA-17
Chaka Fattah D PA-2
Bob Filner D CA-51
J. Randy Forbes R VA-4
Jeff Fortenberry R NE-1
Bill Foster D IL-14
Virginia Foxx R NC-5
Barney Frank D MA-4
Marcia L. Fudge D OH-11
Elton Gallegly R CA-24
John Garamendi D CA-10
Jim Gerlach R PA-6
Gabrielle Giffords D AZ-8
Phil Gingrey R GA-11
Charlie Gonzalez D TX-20
Robert W. Goodlatte R VA-6
Bart Gordon D TN-6
Sam Graves R MO-6
Alan Grayson D FL-8
Al Green D TX-9
Gene Green D TX-29
Parker Griffith R AL-5
Raúl M. Grijalva D AZ-7
Brett Guthrie R KY-2
Luis V. Gutierrez D IL-4
John Hall D NY-19
Debbie Halvorson D IL-11
Phil Hare D IL-17
Jane Harman D CA-36
Gregg Harper R MS-3
Alcee L. Hastings D FL-23
Martin Heinrich D NM-1
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin D SD-1
Brian Higgins D NY-27
Baron P. Hill D IN-9
Jim Himes D CT-4
Maurice D. Hinchey D NY-22
Rubén Hinojosa D TX-15
Mazie K. Hirono D HI-2
Paul W. Hodes D NH-2
Peter Hoekstra R MI-2
Tim Holden D PA-17
Rush Holt D NJ-12
Michael M. Honda D CA-15
Steny H. Hoyer D MD-5
Duncan D. Hunter R CA-52
Bob Inglis R SC-4
Jay Inslee D WA-1
Steve Israel D NY-2
Jesse L. Jackson Jr. D IL-2
Sheila Jackson-Lee D TX-18
Eddie Bernice Johnson D TX-30
Hank Johnson D GA-4
Timothy V. Johnson R IL-15
Walter B. Jones R NC-3
Steve Kagen D WI-8
Paul E. Kanjorski D PA-11
Marcy Kaptur D OH-9
Patrick J. Kennedy D RI-1
Dale E. Kildee D MI-5
Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick D MI-13
Mary Jo Kilroy D OH-15
Ron Kind D WI-3
Mark Steven Kirk R IL-10
Ann Kirkpatrick D AZ-1
Larry Kissell D NC-8
Ron Klein D FL-22
Suzanne M. Kosmas D FL-24
Frank Kratovil Jr. D MD-1
Dennis J. Kucinich D OH-10
Steven C. LaTourette R OH-14
Jim Langevin D RI-2
John B. Larson D CT-1
Barbara Lee D CA-9
Christopher Lee R NY-26
Sander M. Levin D MI-12
John Lewis D GA-5
Daniel Lipinski D IL-3
Frank A. LoBiondo R NJ-2
Dave Loebsack D IA-2
Zoe Lofgren D CA-16
Nita M. Lowey D NY-18
Frank D. Lucas R OK-3
Blaine Luetkemeyer R MO-9
Ben Ray Lujan D NM-3
Dan Lungren R CA-3
Stephen F. Lynch D MA-9
Dan Maffei D NY-25
Carolyn B. Maloney D NY-14
Donald Manzullo R IL-16
Betsy Markey D CO-4
Edward J. Markey D MA-7
Jim Marshall D GA-8
Jim Matheson D UT-2
Doris Matsui D CA-5
Carolyn McCarthy D NY-4
Betty McCollum D MN-4
Thaddeus McCotter R MI-11
Jim McDermott D WA-7
Jim McGovern D MA-3
Patrick T. McHenry R NC-10
Mike McIntyre D NC-7
Howard P. McKeon R CA-25
Michael E. McMahon D NY-13
Jerry McNerney D CA-11
Kendrick B. Meek D FL-17
Gregory W. Meeks D NY-6
Charlie Melancon D LA-3
John L. Mica R FL-7
Michael H. Michaud D ME-2
Brad Miller D NC-13
Candice S. Miller R MI-10
George Miller D CA-7
Jeff Miller R FL-1
Walt Minnick D ID-1
Alan B. Mollohan D WV-1
Dennis Moore D KS-3
Gwen Moore D WI-4
James P. Moran D VA-8
Jerry Moran R KS-1
Christopher S. Murphy D CT-5
Patrick J. Murphy D PA-8
Scott Murphy D NY-20
Tim Murphy R PA-18
Sue Myrick R NC-9
Jerrold Nadler D NY-8
Grace F. Napolitano D CA-38
Richard E. Neal D MA-2
Glenn Nye D VA-2
James L. Oberstar D MN-8
David R. Obey D WI-7
John W. Olver D MA-1
Solomon P. Ortiz D TX-27
Bill Owens D NY-23
Frank Pallone D NJ-6
Bill Pascrell Jr. D NJ-8
Ed Pastor D AZ-4
Donald M. Payne D NJ-10
Nancy Pelosi D CA-8
Ed Perlmutter D CO-7
Tom Perriello D VA-5
Gary Peters D MI-9
Collin C. Peterson D MN-7
Tom Petri R WI-6
Chellie Pingree D ME-1
Joe Pitts R PA-16
Todd R. Platts R PA-19
Earl Pomeroy D ND-1
Bill Posey R FL-15
David E. Price D NC-4
Adam H. Putnam R FL-12
Mike Quigley D IL-5
Nick J. Rahall II D WV-3
Charles B. Rangel D NY-15
Denny Rehberg R MT-1
Silvestre Reyes D TX-16
Laura Richardson D CA-37
Ciro D. Rodriguez D TX-23
Phil Roe R TN-1
Harold Rogers R KY-5
Mike D. Rogers R AL-3
Mike Rogers R MI-8
Dana Rohrabacher R CA-46
Tom Rooney R FL-16
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R FL-18
Peter Roskam R IL-6
Mike Ross D AR-4
Steven R. Rothman D NJ-9
Lucille Roybal-Allard D CA-34
Ed Royce R CA-40
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger D MD-2
Bobby L. Rush D IL-1
Tim Ryan D OH-17
John Salazar D CO-3
Linda T. Sanchez D CA-39
Loretta Sanchez D CA-47
John Sarbanes D MD-3
Jan Schakowsky D IL-9
Mark Schauer D MI-7
Adam B. Schiff D CA-29
Aaron Schock R IL-18
Kurt Schrader D OR-5
Allyson Y. Schwartz D PA-13
David Scott D GA-13
Robert C. Scott D VA-3
F. James Sensenbrenner R WI-5
José E. Serrano D NY-16
Joe Sestak D PA-7
Carol Shea-Porter D NH-1
Brad Sherman D CA-27
John Shimkus R IL-19
Heath Shuler D NC-11
Bill Shuster R PA-9
Mike Simpson R ID-2
Albio Sires D NJ-13
Ike Skelton D MO-4
Louise M. Slaughter D NY-28
Adam Smith D WA-9
Christopher H. Smith R NJ-4
Zack Space D OH-18
Jackie Speier D CA-12
John M. Spratt Jr. D SC-5
Pete Stark D CA-13
Cliff Stearns R FL-6
Bart Stupak D MI-1
Betty Sutton D OH-13
John Tanner D TN-8
Gene Taylor D MS-4
Harry Teague D NM-2
Lee Terry R NE-2
Bennie Thompson D MS-2
Glenn Thompson R PA-5
Mike Thompson D CA-1
Pat Tiberi R OH-12
John F. Tierney D MA-6
Dina Titus D NV-3
Paul Tonko D NY-21
Edolphus Towns D NY-10
Niki Tsongas D MA-5
Michael R. Turner R OH-3
Fred Upton R MI-6
Chris Van Hollen D MD-8
Nydia M. Velázquez D NY-12
Peter J. Visclosky D IN-1
Tim Walz D MN-1
Zach Wamp R TN-3
Debbie Wasserman Schultz D FL-20
Maxine Waters D CA-35
Diane Watson D CA-33
Melvin Watt D NC-12
Henry A. Waxman D CA-30
Anthony Weiner D NY-9
Peter Welch D VT-1
Lynn Westmoreland R GA-3
Edward Whitfield R KY-1
Charlie Wilson D OH-6
Joe Wilson R SC-2
Robert J. Wittman R VA-1
Frank R. Wolf R VA-10
Lynn Woolsey D CA-6
David Wu D OR-1
John Yarmuth D KY-3
Don Young R AK-1

No Votes (79)

Member Party Dist.
Rodney Alexander R LA-5
Michele Bachmann R MN-6
Roscoe G. Bartlett R MD-6
Joe L. Barton R TX-6
Marsha Blackburn R TN-7
John A. Boehner R OH-8
Mary Bono Mack R CA-45
Charles Boustany Jr. R LA-7
Kevin Brady R TX-8
Paul Broun R GA-10
Vern Buchanan R FL-13
John Campbell R CA-48
Eric Cantor R VA-7
John Carter R TX-31
Jason Chaffetz R UT-3
K. Michael Conaway R TX-11
Henry Cuellar D TX-28
John Culberson R TX-7
Charles Djou R HI-1
David Dreier R CA-26
Jeff Flake R AZ-6
John Fleming R LA-4
Trent Franks R AZ-2
Rodney Frelinghuysen R NJ-11
Scott Garrett R NJ-5
Louie Gohmert R TX-1
Kay Granger R TX-12
Tom Graves R GA-9
Ralph M. Hall R TX-4
Doc Hastings R WA-4
Dean Heller R NV-2
Jeb Hensarling R TX-5
Wally Herger R CA-2
Darrell Issa R CA-49
Lynn Jenkins R KS-2
Sam Johnson R TX-3
Jim Jordan R OH-4
Peter T. King R NY-3
Steve King R IA-5
Jack Kingston R GA-1
John Kline R MN-2
Doug Lamborn R CO-5
Leonard Lance R NJ-7
Rick Larsen D WA-2
Tom Latham R IA-4
Robert E. Latta R OH-5
Jerry Lewis R CA-41
John Linder R GA-7
Cynthia M. Lummis R WY-1
Connie Mack R FL-14
Kenny Marchant R TX-24
Kevin McCarthy R CA-22
Michael McCaul R TX-10
Tom McClintock R CA-4
Cathy McMorris Rodgers R WA-5
Gary G. Miller R CA-42
Harry E. Mitchell D AZ-5
Randy Neugebauer R TX-19
Devin Nunes R CA-21
Pete Olson R TX-22
Ron Paul R TX-14
Erik Paulsen R MN-3
Mike Pence R IN-6
Ted Poe R TX-2
Jared Polis D CO-2
Tom Price R GA-6
Dave Reichert R WA-8
Paul D. Ryan R WI-1
Steve Scalise R LA-1
Jean Schmidt R OH-2
Pete Sessions R TX-32
John Shadegg R AZ-3
Adrian Smith R NE-3
Lamar Smith R TX-21
Vic Snyder D AR-2
John Sullivan R OK-1
William M. Thornberry R TX-13
Todd Tiahrt R KS-4
Greg Walden R OR-2

Did Not Vote (6)

Member Party Dist.
Roy Blunt R MO-7
Steve Buyer R IN-4
Bill Delahunt D MA-10
Mary Fallin R OK-5
George P. Radanovich R CA-19
C. W. Bill Young R FL-10

Present (0)

Member Party Dist.

2 Responses to House Vote 554 – House Vote to Impose Tariffs on Chinese Goods

  1. ccdemuth says:

    Incumbents are even starting to struggle in New England, where Jim Himes was one of two incumbents recently downgraded from “likely” to “leans” Democratic by Larry Sabato. The problem with Himes’ record of punishing success so that he can subsidize failure is the unintended, if not unexpected, consequence of distorting the economy. If one ignores the costs and does not take into account incentives, then Himes’ ideas are not so terrible. However, costs and incentives matter and have played a role in the public policy outcome of the past two years. Voters are getting more of what we have subsidized (failure) and less of what we punished (success) and are left paying the costs. While it has been an expensive experiment, it is at least comforting to see the results confirm every one of the previous social experiments in government-run economies.

  2. mickey says:

    Marsha Blackburn Voted FOR:
    Omnibus Appropriations, Special Education, Global AIDS Initiative, Job Training, Unemployment Benefits, Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations, Agriculture Appropriations, FY2004 Foreign Operations Appropriations, U.S.-Singapore Trade, U.S.-Chile Trade, Supplemental Spending for Iraq & Afghanistan, Flood Insurance Reauthorization , Prescription Drug Benefit, Child Nutrition Programs, Surface Transportation, Job Training and Worker Services, Agriculture Appropriations, Foreign Aid, Debt Limit Increase, Fiscal 2005 Omnibus Appropriations, Vocational/Technical Training, Supplemental Appropriations, UN “Reforms.” Patriot Act Reauthorization, CAFTA, Katrina Hurricane-relief Appropriations, Head Start Funding, Line-item Rescission, Oman Trade Agreement, Military Tribunals, Electronic Surveillance, Head Start Funding, COPS Funding, Funding the REAL ID Act (National ID), Foreign Intelligence Surveillance, Thought Crimes “Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, Peru Free Trade Agreement, Economic Stimulus, Farm Bill (Veto Override), Warrantless Searches, Employee Verification Program, Body Imaging Screening, Patriot Act extention.

    Marsha Blackburn Voted AGAINST:
    Ban on UN Contributions, eliminate Millennium Challenge Account, WTO Withdrawal, UN Dues Decrease, Defunding the NAIS, Iran Military Operations defunding Iraq Troop Withdrawal, congress authorization of Iran Military Operations, Withdrawing U.S. Soldiers from Afghanistan.

    Marsha Blackburn is my Congressman.
    See her unconstitutional votes at :
    http://mickeywhite.blogspot.com/2009/09/tn-congressman-marsha-blackburn-votes.html
    Mickey

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