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Sen. Kay Hutchison’s Cosponsors

Hutchison got 2,688 cosponsors (by 212 unique Members of Congress) on her 374 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Dec 13, 2012. Here they are in order from most cosponsored bills to fewest.

Sen. John Cornyn [R-TX]
98 bills from Jan 9, 2003 to Dec 13, 2012
Government Operations and Politics (24); Transportation and Public Works (19); Economics and Public Finance (18); Taxation (14); Sports and Recreation (13); Health (12); Education (12); Armed Forces and National Security (11); Science, Technology, Communications (10); Public Lands and Natural Resources (9); Families (9); Social Welfare (9); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (8); Emergency Management (8); Crime and Law Enforcement (7); Housing and Community Development (6); Labor and Employment (6); Law (6); Commerce (5); Energy (4); International Affairs (4); Finance and Financial Sector (4); Agriculture and Food (4); Water Resources Development (3); Animals (3); Environmental Protection (2); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. Thad Cochran [R-MS, 1979-2018]
62 bills from Oct 18, 1993 to Jun 28, 2012
Taxation (25); Health (17); Families (16); Government Operations and Politics (16); Economics and Public Finance (13); Commerce (12); Armed Forces and National Security (11); Law (11); Social Welfare (11); Housing and Community Development (9); Labor and Employment (8); Energy (7); Public Lands and Natural Resources (7); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (6); Finance and Financial Sector (6); Crime and Law Enforcement (6); Education (6); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Agriculture and Food (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Animals (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Emergency Management (2); International Affairs (2); Environmental Protection (1); Immigration (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Native Americans (1)
Sen. Phil Gramm [R-TX, 1985-2002]
45 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Oct 17, 2002
Government Operations and Politics (21); Taxation (12); Crime and Law Enforcement (10); Public Lands and Natural Resources (9); Commerce (8); Families (7); Energy (6); Agriculture and Food (6); Economics and Public Finance (6); Environmental Protection (6); Transportation and Public Works (6); International Affairs (6); Law (6); Labor and Employment (6); Water Resources Development (5); Social Welfare (5); Health (4); Education (4); Foreign Trade and International Finance (4); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Sports and Recreation (3); Animals (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Emergency Management (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Immigration (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. Dianne Feinstein [D-CA]
44 bills from Nov 17, 1993 to Apr 8, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (22); Families (13); Economics and Public Finance (13); Crime and Law Enforcement (12); Science, Technology, Communications (11); Health (11); International Affairs (11); Social Welfare (9); Commerce (9); Armed Forces and National Security (8); Law (8); Transportation and Public Works (8); Labor and Employment (7); Foreign Trade and International Finance (6); Taxation (5); Environmental Protection (5); Finance and Financial Sector (5); Education (5); Agriculture and Food (4); Housing and Community Development (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (4); Sports and Recreation (3); Animals (3); Arts, Culture, Religion (3); Water Resources Development (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Emergency Management (2); Immigration (1); Energy (1)
Sen. Trent Lott [R-MS, 1989-2007]
41 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Sep 27, 2007
Government Operations and Politics (21); Commerce (17); Taxation (15); Economics and Public Finance (12); Law (11); Crime and Law Enforcement (10); Public Lands and Natural Resources (8); Transportation and Public Works (8); Finance and Financial Sector (8); Labor and Employment (8); Armed Forces and National Security (8); Environmental Protection (7); Energy (6); Families (6); Social Welfare (6); Health (5); Science, Technology, Communications (5); International Affairs (5); Housing and Community Development (4); Animals (4); Sports and Recreation (3); Education (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Agriculture and Food (2); Foreign Trade and International Finance (2); Arts, Culture, Religion (2); Immigration (1); Emergency Management (1)
Sen. Pete Domenici [R-NM, 1973-2008]
38 bills from Apr 12, 1994 to Feb 11, 2008
Government Operations and Politics (14); Commerce (13); Economics and Public Finance (12); Crime and Law Enforcement (11); Taxation (10); International Affairs (10); Families (7); Armed Forces and National Security (7); Energy (6); Public Lands and Natural Resources (6); Foreign Trade and International Finance (6); Transportation and Public Works (6); Health (5); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Law (5); Social Welfare (5); Finance and Financial Sector (5); Labor and Employment (5); Sports and Recreation (4); Environmental Protection (4); Housing and Community Development (4); Education (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Agriculture and Food (2); Water Resources Development (2); Animals (2); Immigration (1)
Sen. Susan Collins [R-ME]
37 bills from Nov 9, 1997 to Apr 6, 2011
Health (14); Families (13); Government Operations and Politics (10); Economics and Public Finance (10); Social Welfare (7); Education (7); Armed Forces and National Security (6); Science, Technology, Communications (6); Commerce (6); Taxation (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (5); Transportation and Public Works (5); Sports and Recreation (4); Housing and Community Development (4); Law (3); Environmental Protection (3); Energy (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); International Affairs (2); Agriculture and Food (2); Labor and Employment (2); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Immigration (1)
Sen. James “Jim” Inhofe [R-OK]
37 bills from Jan 18, 1995 to Apr 5, 2011
Commerce (12); Economics and Public Finance (11); Taxation (10); Government Operations and Politics (9); Armed Forces and National Security (8); Public Lands and Natural Resources (7); Health (7); Social Welfare (6); Law (6); Families (6); Energy (5); Finance and Financial Sector (5); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (5); Labor and Employment (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Animals (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Agriculture and Food (3); Environmental Protection (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Sports and Recreation (3); International Affairs (2); Education (2); Immigration (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Emergency Management (1)
Sen. Olympia Snowe [R-ME, 1995-2012]
36 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to May 3, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (13); Families (12); Health (12); Economics and Public Finance (9); Crime and Law Enforcement (8); Law (8); Transportation and Public Works (8); Taxation (7); Education (7); Armed Forces and National Security (6); Science, Technology, Communications (6); Commerce (6); Social Welfare (5); Sports and Recreation (5); Labor and Employment (5); Environmental Protection (4); International Affairs (4); Housing and Community Development (3); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Energy (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Agriculture and Food (1)
Sen. Mary Landrieu [D-LA, 1997-2014]
34 bills from Mar 19, 1998 to Jun 19, 2012
Economics and Public Finance (11); Health (9); Energy (7); Taxation (7); Families (7); Government Operations and Politics (7); Commerce (6); Public Lands and Natural Resources (6); Social Welfare (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (5); Transportation and Public Works (5); Education (5); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); International Affairs (3); Sports and Recreation (2); Emergency Management (2); Labor and Employment (2); Law (2); Agriculture and Food (2); Environmental Protection (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Jeff Bingaman [D-NM, 1983-2012]
34 bills from Mar 1, 1994 to Apr 7, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (13); Social Welfare (11); Economics and Public Finance (11); Commerce (9); Health (9); Science, Technology, Communications (9); Crime and Law Enforcement (8); Armed Forces and National Security (7); Transportation and Public Works (7); Education (7); International Affairs (6); Finance and Financial Sector (6); Labor and Employment (6); Families (5); Energy (4); Public Lands and Natural Resources (4); Taxation (4); Law (4); Housing and Community Development (4); Environmental Protection (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Sports and Recreation (2); Foreign Trade and International Finance (2); Water Resources Development (2); Emergency Management (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Immigration (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Native Americans (1)
Sen. Samuel “Sam” Brownback [R-KS, 1996-2010]
33 bills from Feb 25, 1998 to Nov 6, 2009
Taxation (15); Families (15); Health (8); Social Welfare (8); Armed Forces and National Security (7); Commerce (7); Government Operations and Politics (7); Law (6); Sports and Recreation (5); Economics and Public Finance (5); Energy (4); Public Lands and Natural Resources (4); Labor and Employment (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Housing and Community Development (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Environmental Protection (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Education (1); International Affairs (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Native Americans (1)
Sen. Conrad Burns [R-MT, 1989-2006]
31 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to May 19, 2005
Taxation (13); Government Operations and Politics (11); Families (10); Social Welfare (8); Law (8); Commerce (6); Health (6); Economics and Public Finance (6); Finance and Financial Sector (5); Labor and Employment (5); Public Lands and Natural Resources (3); Education (3); Environmental Protection (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); International Affairs (3); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Animals (2); Energy (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. John McCain [R-AZ, 1987-2018]
30 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Nov 27, 2012
Government Operations and Politics (15); Armed Forces and National Security (8); Transportation and Public Works (7); Law (7); Crime and Law Enforcement (7); Economics and Public Finance (5); Finance and Financial Sector (5); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Commerce (5); Taxation (5); Labor and Employment (4); Environmental Protection (4); Agriculture and Food (3); Health (3); Social Welfare (3); International Affairs (3); Animals (3); Foreign Trade and International Finance (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Families (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Water Resources Development (1); Education (1); Immigration (1)
Sen. Jon Kyl [R-AZ, 2018-2018]
30 bills from Jan 24, 1995 to Nov 27, 2012
Crime and Law Enforcement (9); Government Operations and Politics (8); Taxation (8); Families (7); International Affairs (6); Transportation and Public Works (5); Armed Forces and National Security (5); Law (5); Foreign Trade and International Finance (4); Health (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Commerce (3); Social Welfare (3); Labor and Employment (3); Animals (3); Immigration (2); Agriculture and Food (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Environmental Protection (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1)
Sen. Jefferson “Jeff” Sessions [R-AL, 1997-2017]
30 bills from Feb 10, 1997 to Dec 16, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (12); Crime and Law Enforcement (9); Armed Forces and National Security (7); Families (6); Health (5); Social Welfare (5); International Affairs (5); Law (5); Economics and Public Finance (5); Transportation and Public Works (4); Taxation (4); Agriculture and Food (3); Commerce (3); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Energy (2); Foreign Trade and International Finance (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Labor and Employment (2); Education (2); Animals (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Emergency Management (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Barbara Mikulski [D-MD, 1987-2016]
29 bills from Nov 17, 1993 to Nov 6, 2009
Health (13); Families (12); Government Operations and Politics (11); Education (9); Social Welfare (7); Economics and Public Finance (7); Science, Technology, Communications (6); Sports and Recreation (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); International Affairs (3); Housing and Community Development (2); Emergency Management (2); Labor and Employment (2); Taxation (2); Commerce (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Arts, Culture, Religion (2); Agriculture and Food (1)
Sen. Jesse Helms [R-NC, 1973-2002]
29 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Sep 3, 2002
Government Operations and Politics (11); Economics and Public Finance (11); Health (10); Taxation (9); Labor and Employment (8); Commerce (8); Social Welfare (7); Families (6); Science, Technology, Communications (6); Crime and Law Enforcement (6); Law (5); Finance and Financial Sector (5); Agriculture and Food (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Environmental Protection (3); Education (2); Energy (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); International Affairs (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Emergency Management (2); Foreign Trade and International Finance (2); Sports and Recreation (1); Animals (1)
Sen. Daniel Inouye [D-HI, 1963-2012]
28 bills from Nov 20, 1993 to May 3, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (15); Economics and Public Finance (12); Health (11); Armed Forces and National Security (9); Finance and Financial Sector (8); Science, Technology, Communications (8); Labor and Employment (8); Transportation and Public Works (7); Commerce (7); Law (6); Crime and Law Enforcement (6); Education (6); Social Welfare (5); Foreign Trade and International Finance (4); Taxation (4); Families (3); Emergency Management (3); International Affairs (3); Housing and Community Development (3); Environmental Protection (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Arts, Culture, Religion (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Animals (1)
Sen. Christopher “Kit” Bond [R-MO, 1987-2010]
28 bills from Oct 25, 1993 to Jul 29, 2010
Government Operations and Politics (11); Health (7); Armed Forces and National Security (7); Social Welfare (6); Economics and Public Finance (6); Families (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (5); Transportation and Public Works (4); Law (4); Education (4); Labor and Employment (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Taxation (3); Animals (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Commerce (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Environmental Protection (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Emergency Management (1); International Affairs (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Energy (1)
Sen. Ted Stevens [R-AK, 1968-2008]
28 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Jun 26, 2008
Government Operations and Politics (13); Taxation (9); Law (7); Armed Forces and National Security (7); Commerce (6); Economics and Public Finance (6); Labor and Employment (6); Public Lands and Natural Resources (5); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Families (5); Finance and Financial Sector (5); Energy (4); Health (4); Sports and Recreation (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Transportation and Public Works (4); International Affairs (3); Environmental Protection (3); Social Welfare (2); Emergency Management (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Animals (2); Education (2); Arts, Culture, Religion (2); Immigration (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1)
Sen. John Warner [R-VA, 1979-2008]
28 bills from Oct 25, 1993 to Mar 22, 2007
Families (10); Government Operations and Politics (10); Health (8); Taxation (8); Economics and Public Finance (6); Social Welfare (5); Commerce (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (5); Finance and Financial Sector (5); Labor and Employment (5); Housing and Community Development (4); Sports and Recreation (3); International Affairs (3); Law (3); Education (3); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Pat Roberts [R-KS]
27 bills from Jun 12, 1997 to Nov 13, 2012
Health (9); Commerce (8); Armed Forces and National Security (7); Government Operations and Politics (7); Taxation (6); Social Welfare (6); Law (6); Economics and Public Finance (5); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (5); Public Lands and Natural Resources (4); Education (4); Energy (3); Agriculture and Food (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Animals (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Labor and Employment (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Families (2); International Affairs (1); Environmental Protection (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Wayne Allard [R-CO, 1997-2008]
27 bills from Jul 23, 1998 to May 19, 2008
Taxation (11); Government Operations and Politics (9); Families (8); Commerce (7); Law (7); Health (6); Economics and Public Finance (6); Energy (5); Public Lands and Natural Resources (5); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Armed Forces and National Security (5); Sports and Recreation (4); Social Welfare (4); Labor and Employment (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Transportation and Public Works (3); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Agriculture and Food (1); International Affairs (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Environmental Protection (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Barbara Boxer [D-CA, 1993-2016]
26 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Jun 19, 2012
Health (8); Government Operations and Politics (8); Economics and Public Finance (7); Armed Forces and National Security (6); Law (6); Science, Technology, Communications (5); International Affairs (5); Education (5); Social Welfare (4); Families (4); Transportation and Public Works (4); Labor and Employment (3); Environmental Protection (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Sports and Recreation (2); Taxation (2); Commerce (2); Agriculture and Food (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Emergency Management (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Animals (1); Energy (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Water Resources Development (1)
Sen. Richard Shelby [R-AL]
25 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Dec 5, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (9); Armed Forces and National Security (6); Law (6); Crime and Law Enforcement (5); Health (4); Labor and Employment (4); Taxation (4); Finance and Financial Sector (4); Social Welfare (3); Commerce (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Energy (2); International Affairs (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Animals (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Families (1); Environmental Protection (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Orrin Hatch [R-UT, 1977-2018]
25 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Apr 6, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (9); Armed Forces and National Security (7); Families (6); Crime and Law Enforcement (6); Social Welfare (5); Health (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Law (4); Taxation (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Education (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); International Affairs (2); Labor and Employment (2); Animals (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Commerce (1)
Sen. Michael Enzi [R-WY]
25 bills from Jan 28, 1999 to Apr 6, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (9); Taxation (8); Health (6); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (5); Sports and Recreation (5); Law (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Commerce (3); Public Lands and Natural Resources (3); Energy (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Labor and Employment (2); Families (2); International Affairs (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Animals (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Social Welfare (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Education (1); Emergency Management (1); Environmental Protection (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. John Ensign [R-NV, 2001-2011]
25 bills from Jan 22, 2001 to Apr 6, 2011
Taxation (12); Families (8); Government Operations and Politics (8); Armed Forces and National Security (6); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Social Welfare (4); Health (4); Economics and Public Finance (3); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Law (2); Agriculture and Food (1); International Affairs (1); Commerce (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Patty Murray [D-WA]
24 bills from Nov 23, 1993 to Nov 6, 2009
Health (10); Government Operations and Politics (8); Economics and Public Finance (8); Families (7); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Commerce (4); Social Welfare (4); Education (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Agriculture and Food (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Taxation (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); International Affairs (3); Sports and Recreation (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Labor and Employment (2); Law (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Immigration (1)
Sen. Charles “Chuck” Grassley [R-IA]
23 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Apr 23, 2012
Government Operations and Politics (10); Crime and Law Enforcement (6); Law (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Health (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Labor and Employment (3); Social Welfare (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Animals (3); International Affairs (2); Environmental Protection (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Commerce (2); Families (2); Taxation (2); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Water Resources Development (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1)
Sen. Arlen Specter [D-PA, 1981-2010]
23 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Nov 6, 2009
Economics and Public Finance (9); Government Operations and Politics (6); Taxation (5); Health (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Social Welfare (3); Labor and Employment (3); Commerce (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Education (2); International Affairs (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Law (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Families (1); Environmental Protection (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Lisa Murkowski [R-AK]
22 bills from Jan 21, 2003 to Jun 29, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (7); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (6); Government Operations and Politics (6); Health (4); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Energy (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Families (3); Law (3); Economics and Public Finance (2); Social Welfare (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Animals (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Transportation and Public Works (1); Commerce (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1); International Affairs (1); Education (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Debbie Stabenow [D-MI]
22 bills from Mar 13, 2001 to Jun 19, 2012
Health (9); Economics and Public Finance (8); Families (7); Government Operations and Politics (7); Social Welfare (6); Education (6); Transportation and Public Works (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (4); International Affairs (3); Housing and Community Development (2); Taxation (1); Commerce (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Emergency Management (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Environmental Protection (1); Law (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Immigration (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Larry Craig [R-ID, 1991-2008]
22 bills from Oct 25, 1993 to Nov 15, 2007
Government Operations and Politics (12); Families (6); Labor and Employment (6); Law (6); Armed Forces and National Security (6); Taxation (5); Social Welfare (4); Finance and Financial Sector (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Commerce (3); Health (3); Animals (3); Environmental Protection (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); International Affairs (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Education (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Craig Thomas [R-WY, 1995-2007]
22 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to Mar 27, 2007
Public Lands and Natural Resources (7); Taxation (7); Health (7); Government Operations and Politics (7); Commerce (6); Energy (5); Sports and Recreation (4); Labor and Employment (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Law (4); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Animals (4); Social Welfare (2); International Affairs (2); Environmental Protection (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Families (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1)
Sen. Richard “Rick” Santorum [R-PA, 1995-2006]
22 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to Sep 28, 2006
Government Operations and Politics (10); Social Welfare (9); Economics and Public Finance (8); Commerce (5); Taxation (5); Families (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (5); Transportation and Public Works (5); Labor and Employment (5); Housing and Community Development (3); Health (3); Law (2); Education (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); International Affairs (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Agriculture and Food (1)
Sen. Don Nickles [R-OK, 1981-2004]
22 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Jul 31, 2003
Taxation (9); Government Operations and Politics (7); Public Lands and Natural Resources (5); Commerce (4); Energy (4); Health (4); Labor and Employment (3); Families (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Sports and Recreation (2); International Affairs (2); Law (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Education (1); Social Welfare (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Animals (1); Environmental Protection (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1)
Sen. Carl Levin [D-MI, 1979-2014]
20 bills from Apr 19, 1994 to Jun 19, 2012
Health (5); Taxation (5); Government Operations and Politics (5); Labor and Employment (4); Law (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Education (4); Social Welfare (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); Families (1); International Affairs (1); Immigration (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Richard Durbin [D-IL]
20 bills from Jul 15, 1998 to Jun 19, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (6); Labor and Employment (6); Law (6); Government Operations and Politics (6); Health (5); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Taxation (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Social Welfare (4); Families (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Education (3); Sports and Recreation (2); International Affairs (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Environmental Protection (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Emergency Management (1)
Sen. David Vitter [R-LA, 2005-2016]
20 bills from May 19, 2005 to Dec 5, 2011
Taxation (5); Armed Forces and National Security (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Health (3); Families (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Law (2); Social Welfare (2); Energy (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); Education (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Michael Crapo [R-ID]
20 bills from Jan 19, 1999 to Dec 5, 2011
Families (7); Government Operations and Politics (6); Armed Forces and National Security (5); Health (5); Social Welfare (5); Law (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Taxation (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Transportation and Public Works (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Education (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); International Affairs (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Joseph Lieberman [I-CT, 1989-2012]
20 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Apr 7, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (6); Health (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Taxation (4); Social Welfare (3); Families (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Education (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Sports and Recreation (2); International Affairs (2); Commerce (2); Labor and Employment (2); Housing and Community Development (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Emergency Management (1)
Sen. Edward “Ted” Kennedy [D-MA, 1962-2009]
20 bills from Jul 21, 1994 to May 6, 2009
Health (13); Social Welfare (8); Education (6); Government Operations and Politics (6); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Families (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Emergency Management (2); Labor and Employment (2); Law (2); Sports and Recreation (1); International Affairs (1); Commerce (1); Environmental Protection (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Native Americans (1)
Sen. Lamar Alexander [R-TN]
19 bills from Feb 5, 2003 to Apr 23, 2012
Government Operations and Politics (7); Taxation (6); Armed Forces and National Security (5); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Health (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Law (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); International Affairs (1); Animals (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Labor and Employment (1); Commerce (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Families (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Robert Bennett [R-UT, 1993-2010]
19 bills from Oct 25, 1993 to Nov 6, 2009
Social Welfare (8); Government Operations and Politics (8); Economics and Public Finance (7); Health (6); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Families (4); Labor and Employment (4); Taxation (4); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Education (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); International Affairs (2); Arts, Culture, Religion (2); Law (2); Commerce (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Gordon Smith [R-OR, 1997-2008]
19 bills from Apr 22, 1998 to Mar 5, 2008
Health (9); Social Welfare (8); Government Operations and Politics (7); Families (6); Economics and Public Finance (6); Education (5); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (4); Sports and Recreation (3); Commerce (3); Agriculture and Food (2); Law (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Emergency Management (2); International Affairs (2); Taxation (2); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Animals (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Hillary Clinton [D-NY, 2001-2009]
19 bills from Mar 13, 2001 to Mar 22, 2007
Health (11); Families (9); Government Operations and Politics (9); Education (9); Economics and Public Finance (7); Crime and Law Enforcement (6); Social Welfare (6); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Housing and Community Development (4); Sports and Recreation (4); Transportation and Public Works (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); International Affairs (2); Commerce (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Emergency Management (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Immigration (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Saxby Chambliss [R-GA, 2003-2014]
18 bills from Feb 5, 2003 to Dec 5, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Sports and Recreation (5); Families (5); Government Operations and Politics (4); Taxation (4); Health (4); Law (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Social Welfare (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); International Affairs (1); Education (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Richard Lugar [R-IN, 1977-2012]
18 bills from Nov 23, 1993 to Oct 12, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (7); Social Welfare (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Families (4); Health (3); Commerce (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Economics and Public Finance (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); International Affairs (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Law (1); Labor and Employment (1); Taxation (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. Jim Bunning [R-KY, 1999-2010]
18 bills from Feb 3, 1999 to Nov 6, 2009
Families (7); Government Operations and Politics (6); Taxation (6); Social Welfare (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Health (4); Law (4); Sports and Recreation (3); Commerce (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Animals (3); Transportation and Public Works (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1); International Affairs (1); Education (1); Environmental Protection (1); Labor and Employment (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Emergency Management (1)
Sen. John “Jay” Rockefeller [D-WV, 1985-2014]
17 bills from Jul 21, 1994 to Dec 7, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (5); Transportation and Public Works (5); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Commerce (4); Social Welfare (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Energy (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Taxation (2); Health (2); Labor and Employment (2); Law (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Families (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Environmental Protection (2); International Affairs (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Tim Johnson [D-SD, 1997-2014]
17 bills from Jun 22, 1998 to Apr 8, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (7); Health (6); Social Welfare (6); Government Operations and Politics (6); Economics and Public Finance (5); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Law (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Families (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Education (3); Sports and Recreation (2); Labor and Employment (2); Taxation (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); International Affairs (2); Commerce (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Emergency Management (1); Environmental Protection (1); Animals (1)
Sen. Mitch McConnell [R-KY]
17 bills from Feb 24, 1994 to Apr 6, 2011
Families (7); Armed Forces and National Security (5); Government Operations and Politics (5); Social Welfare (5); Economics and Public Finance (5); Taxation (4); Health (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Labor and Employment (4); Commerce (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Law (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Agriculture and Food (1); International Affairs (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1)
Sen. Christopher Dodd [D-CT, 1981-2010]
17 bills from Jun 28, 1995 to Nov 6, 2009
Government Operations and Politics (9); Social Welfare (7); Crime and Law Enforcement (6); Health (4); International Affairs (4); Families (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Labor and Employment (3); Education (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Foreign Trade and International Finance (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Commerce (2); Law (1); Taxation (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Emergency Management (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. Charles “Chuck” Hagel [R-NE, 1997-2008]
17 bills from Feb 10, 1997 to Mar 27, 2007
Families (9); Taxation (8); Health (5); Social Welfare (5); Government Operations and Politics (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Animals (2); Law (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Education (1); Emergency Management (1); International Affairs (1)
Sen. William “Bill” Frist [R-TN, 1995-2006]
17 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to Sep 29, 2006
Government Operations and Politics (7); Health (6); Taxation (6); Social Welfare (5); Families (4); Law (4); Commerce (3); Labor and Employment (3); Agriculture and Food (2); International Affairs (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Education (2); Transportation and Public Works (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1)
Sen. John Breaux [D-LA, 1987-2004]
17 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Oct 6, 2004
Commerce (8); Taxation (7); Public Lands and Natural Resources (6); Energy (5); Government Operations and Politics (5); Economics and Public Finance (4); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Labor and Employment (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Health (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Families (2); Law (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Social Welfare (2); International Affairs (2); Foreign Trade and International Finance (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Education (1); Emergency Management (1); Immigration (1); Private Legislation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Animals (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Environmental Protection (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Frank Murkowski [R-AK, 1981-2002]
17 bills from Oct 25, 1993 to Oct 17, 2002
Taxation (8); Families (6); Commerce (4); Government Operations and Politics (4); Energy (3); Public Lands and Natural Resources (3); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Labor and Employment (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Health (2); Social Welfare (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Law (1); International Affairs (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Education (1); Immigration (1)
Sen. Roger Wicker [R-MS]
16 bills from Jan 25, 2008 to Jun 28, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Health (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Energy (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Transportation and Public Works (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Animals (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Government Operations and Politics (1); Law (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Commerce (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Families (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Blanche Lincoln [D-AR, 1999-2010]
16 bills from Feb 3, 1999 to Nov 6, 2009
Health (5); Families (5); Government Operations and Politics (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Social Welfare (3); Law (3); International Affairs (3); Education (3); Labor and Employment (2); Taxation (2); Agriculture and Food (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Commerce (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Mel Martinez [R-FL, 2005-2009]
16 bills from Jul 1, 2005 to Apr 30, 2009
Taxation (7); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Government Operations and Politics (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Families (3); Animals (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Law (2); Education (2); Social Welfare (2); Transportation and Public Works (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); Health (1)
Sen. Michael “Mike” DeWine [R-OH, 1995-2006]
16 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to May 19, 2003
Labor and Employment (7); Health (6); Social Welfare (6); Education (6); Government Operations and Politics (6); Law (6); Taxation (6); Economics and Public Finance (5); Families (5); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Sports and Recreation (3); Commerce (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Transportation and Public Works (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); International Affairs (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Environmental Protection (1)
Sen. Tim Hutchinson [R-AR, 1997-2002]
16 bills from Mar 19, 1997 to Sep 3, 2002
Taxation (9); Government Operations and Politics (7); Social Welfare (5); Economics and Public Finance (5); Commerce (4); Law (4); Labor and Employment (4); Families (4); Health (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Agriculture and Food (2); Energy (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Education (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Environmental Protection (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Duncan “Lauch” Faircloth [R-NC, 1993-1998]
16 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Apr 28, 1998
Government Operations and Politics (6); Taxation (5); Law (3); Families (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Health (2); Labor and Employment (2); Social Welfare (2); Armed Forces and National Security (1); International Affairs (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Commerce (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. Richard Burr [R-NC]
15 bills from May 19, 2005 to Dec 8, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (6); Health (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (4); Government Operations and Politics (3); Law (3); Transportation and Public Works (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Animals (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Labor and Employment (1); Commerce (1); Families (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Maria Cantwell [D-WA]
15 bills from Mar 13, 2001 to Apr 8, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (6); Families (5); Education (5); Health (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Social Welfare (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Emergency Management (2); Agriculture and Food (2); Taxation (2); International Affairs (2); Immigration (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Harry Reid [D-NV, 2011-2016]
15 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Nov 6, 2009
Government Operations and Politics (5); Health (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Taxation (3); Families (2); Labor and Employment (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Social Welfare (2); Education (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); International Affairs (1); Commerce (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Environmental Protection (1); Law (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. Robert “Bob” Smith [R-NH, 1990-2002]
15 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to May 13, 2002
Government Operations and Politics (8); Taxation (6); Economics and Public Finance (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Commerce (3); Families (3); Labor and Employment (3); International Affairs (3); Law (3); Environmental Protection (3); Transportation and Public Works (2); Health (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Education (1); Social Welfare (1); Energy (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Animals (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1)
Sen. Alfonse D’Amato [R-NY, 1981-1998]
15 bills from Oct 25, 1993 to Mar 18, 1998
Government Operations and Politics (7); Taxation (6); Crime and Law Enforcement (5); Families (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Labor and Employment (3); Social Welfare (3); Commerce (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Armed Forces and National Security (1); International Affairs (1); Environmental Protection (1); Education (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1)
Sen. Charles “Chuck” Schumer [D-NY]
14 bills from May 27, 1999 to Jun 20, 2012
Health (7); Social Welfare (6); Education (6); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Government Operations and Politics (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Sports and Recreation (2); Families (2); Emergency Management (2); International Affairs (2); Housing and Community Development (1); Immigration (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Bill Nelson [D-FL, 2001-2018]
14 bills from Jun 14, 2002 to Jun 19, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Government Operations and Politics (4); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Social Welfare (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Education (3); Health (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Families (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); International Affairs (2); Commerce (2); Taxation (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Emergency Management (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Labor and Employment (1); Law (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Patrick Leahy [D-VT]
14 bills from Nov 23, 1993 to Dec 13, 2011
Government Operations and Politics (6); Social Welfare (6); Economics and Public Finance (6); Health (4); Families (3); Education (3); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Commerce (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); International Affairs (2); Arts, Culture, Religion (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Law (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Taxation (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Emergency Management (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1)
Sen. George Voinovich [R-OH, 1999-2010]
14 bills from Feb 3, 1999 to Nov 6, 2009
Government Operations and Politics (7); Health (5); Social Welfare (4); Labor and Employment (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Families (4); Transportation and Public Works (4); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Law (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Education (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); International Affairs (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1)
Sen. Evan Bayh [D-IN, 1999-2010]
14 bills from Feb 3, 1999 to Nov 6, 2009
Health (6); Armed Forces and National Security (5); Social Welfare (5); Families (5); Economics and Public Finance (5); Commerce (4); Education (4); Government Operations and Politics (2); Law (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Taxation (1); International Affairs (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Environmental Protection (1); Labor and Employment (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Peter Fitzgerald [R-IL, 1999-2004]
14 bills from Feb 4, 1999 to Jun 3, 2004
Taxation (8); Families (8); Law (4); Labor and Employment (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Social Welfare (3); Health (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); International Affairs (1)
Sen. Spencer Abraham [R-MI, 1995-2000]
14 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to Sep 28, 2000
Commerce (6); Taxation (6); Health (4); Social Welfare (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Government Operations and Politics (3); Families (3); Energy (2); Labor and Employment (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Immigration (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Law (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Environmental Protection (1)
Sen. Thomas “Tom” Harkin [D-IA, 1985-2014]
13 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Jun 19, 2012
Government Operations and Politics (5); Families (4); Transportation and Public Works (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Social Welfare (3); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Labor and Employment (2); Taxation (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Health (1); International Affairs (1); Commerce (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. John “Johnny” Isakson [R-GA]
13 bills from May 19, 2005 to May 5, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (6); Health (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Sports and Recreation (3); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Law (2); Families (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Transportation and Public Works (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Commerce (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Education (1)
Sen. Kent Conrad [D-ND, 1992-2012]
13 bills from Jan 28, 1999 to Apr 8, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Health (5); Commerce (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Energy (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Taxation (2); Social Welfare (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Education (1); Emergency Management (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); International Affairs (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Environmental Protection (1); Law (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Families (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. John Thune [R-SD]
13 bills from May 19, 2005 to Apr 6, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Taxation (4); Government Operations and Politics (4); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Law (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Transportation and Public Works (1); Health (1)
Vice President Joseph Biden [D, 2009-2017]
13 bills from Mar 13, 1997 to Apr 4, 2005
Government Operations and Politics (8); Social Welfare (7); Health (6); Crime and Law Enforcement (6); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Education (4); Economics and Public Finance (4); Transportation and Public Works (3); International Affairs (3); Sports and Recreation (2); Commerce (2); Law (2); Families (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Emergency Management (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Environmental Protection (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Ernest “Fritz” Hollings [D-SC, 1966-2004]
13 bills from Nov 23, 1993 to Feb 5, 2003
Government Operations and Politics (9); Health (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Finance and Financial Sector (4); Social Welfare (3); Foreign Trade and International Finance (3); International Affairs (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Law (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Labor and Employment (2); Education (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); Families (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Environmental Protection (1)
Sen. Slade Gorton [R-WA, 1989-2000]
13 bills from Nov 22, 1993 to Jul 27, 2000
Government Operations and Politics (6); Social Welfare (4); Taxation (4); Labor and Employment (4); Finance and Financial Sector (4); Health (3); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Families (3); Law (3); Commerce (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Education (1); Animals (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Environmental Protection (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); International Affairs (1)
Sen. Ron Wyden [D-OR]
12 bills from May 27, 1999 to Nov 14, 2012
Health (5); Science, Technology, Communications (5); Armed Forces and National Security (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Government Operations and Politics (4); Social Welfare (4); Families (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Education (3); Sports and Recreation (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Emergency Management (2); International Affairs (1)
Sen. Mark Pryor [D-AR, 2003-2014]
12 bills from Jan 21, 2003 to Jun 25, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Health (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Families (1); Government Operations and Politics (1); Social Welfare (1); International Affairs (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. John Kerry [D-MA, 1985-2013]
12 bills from Nov 29, 1995 to Apr 8, 2011
Health (5); Social Welfare (5); Economics and Public Finance (4); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Education (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Families (1); International Affairs (1); Commerce (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Max Baucus [D-MT, 1978-2014]
12 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Apr 8, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Government Operations and Politics (5); Sports and Recreation (3); Commerce (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Law (3); Energy (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Taxation (2); International Affairs (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Labor and Employment (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Social Welfare (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Daniel Coats [R-IN, 2011-2016]
12 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Apr 6, 2011
Taxation (4); Government Operations and Politics (4); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Labor and Employment (2); Commerce (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Families (1); International Affairs (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Social Welfare (1); Law (1)
Sen. Byron Dorgan [D-ND, 1992-2010]
12 bills from Mar 2, 1999 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (4); Health (4); Government Operations and Politics (3); Families (3); Labor and Employment (2); Law (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Social Welfare (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); International Affairs (1); Environmental Protection (1); Education (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. George Allen [R-VA, 2001-2006]
12 bills from Jan 22, 2001 to May 19, 2005
Taxation (7); Families (6); Law (4); Labor and Employment (2); Health (2); Social Welfare (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); International Affairs (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Education (1); Environmental Protection (1); Animals (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Sports and Recreation (1)
Sen. Strom Thurmond [R-SC, 1956-2002]
12 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Sep 10, 2002
Taxation (4); Government Operations and Politics (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Social Welfare (2); Families (2); Labor and Employment (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Health (1); International Affairs (1); Commerce (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1)
Sen. Daniel Akaka [D-HI, 1990-2012]
11 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Jun 19, 2012
Health (5); Social Welfare (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Education (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Emergency Management (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); International Affairs (1); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. Thomas Coburn [R-OK, 2005-2014]
11 bills from May 19, 2005 to Apr 8, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Health (3); Transportation and Public Works (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Law (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Environmental Protection (1)
Sen. Frank Lautenberg [D-NJ, 2003-2013]
11 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Nov 6, 2009
Health (5); Social Welfare (3); Education (3); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Families (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Emergency Management (1); International Affairs (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1)
Sen. Russell Feingold [D-WI, 1993-2010]
11 bills from Jan 26, 1994 to Nov 6, 2009
Government Operations and Politics (7); Economics and Public Finance (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Social Welfare (3); Transportation and Public Works (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Families (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Health (2); Taxation (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Commerce (1); Housing and Community Development (1); International Affairs (1); Environmental Protection (1); Law (1)
Sen. Zell Miller [D-GA, 2000-2004]
11 bills from Jul 27, 2000 to Jul 6, 2004
Families (5); Government Operations and Politics (5); Economics and Public Finance (5); Social Welfare (4); Science, Technology, Communications (4); Health (4); Taxation (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Education (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); International Affairs (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Animals (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Commerce (1); Environmental Protection (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1)
Sen. Ben Campbell [R-CO, 1993-2004]
11 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to May 23, 2003
Government Operations and Politics (5); Health (3); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Commerce (3); Social Welfare (3); Economics and Public Finance (3); Taxation (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); International Affairs (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Law (1); Energy (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Families (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Education (1); Emergency Management (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Connie Mack [R-FL, 1989-2000]
11 bills from Feb 2, 1994 to Jul 27, 2000
Government Operations and Politics (5); Taxation (4); Families (3); Social Welfare (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Health (2); Commerce (2); Law (2); Labor and Employment (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Education (1)
Sen. John Ashcroft [R-MO, 1995-2000]
11 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to Jun 30, 2000
Families (5); Labor and Employment (4); Taxation (4); Health (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Social Welfare (2); Commerce (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1)
Sen. Larry Pressler [R-SD, 1979-1996]
11 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Dec 13, 1995
Government Operations and Politics (5); Labor and Employment (3); Taxation (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Law (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Animals (2); Environmental Protection (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Health (1); Families (1); International Affairs (1); Commerce (1); Social Welfare (1)
Sen. Bob Corker [R-TN, 2007-2018]
10 bills from Mar 22, 2007 to Apr 25, 2012
Taxation (3); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Animals (1); Law (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Health (1)
Sen. Paul Coverdell [R-GA, 1993-2000]
10 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Jan 19, 1999
Taxation (6); Families (4); Government Operations and Politics (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Labor and Employment (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. George “Hank” Brown [R-CO, 1991-1996]
10 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Dec 13, 1995
Government Operations and Politics (5); Families (3); Taxation (3); Law (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Social Welfare (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Health (1); Labor and Employment (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); International Affairs (1); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. Benjamin Cardin [D-MD]
9 bills from Mar 22, 2007 to Sep 12, 2012
Taxation (4); Armed Forces and National Security (3); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Labor and Employment (1); Education (1); Families (1); Health (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Lindsey Graham [R-SC]
9 bills from Feb 5, 2003 to Apr 6, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Economics and Public Finance (2); Animals (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Law (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Commerce (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Health (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Social Welfare (1); International Affairs (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Education (1); Families (1)
Sen. Jim DeMint [R-SC, 2005-2012]
9 bills from May 19, 2005 to Apr 6, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (4); Sports and Recreation (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Law (2); Health (1); Environmental Protection (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Ben Nelson [D-NE, 2001-2012]
9 bills from Sep 19, 2001 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Government Operations and Politics (5); Crime and Law Enforcement (4); Law (4); International Affairs (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Labor and Employment (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Commerce (1); Environmental Protection (1); Health (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. Elizabeth Dole [R-NC, 2003-2008]
9 bills from Feb 5, 2003 to Jun 26, 2008
Transportation and Public Works (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Law (3); Economics and Public Finance (2); Animals (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Sports and Recreation (2); International Affairs (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); Taxation (1); Health (1); Environmental Protection (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Rod Grams [R-MN, 1995-2000]
9 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to Jun 27, 2000
Commerce (5); Government Operations and Politics (4); Health (3); Social Welfare (3); Taxation (3); Law (3); Labor and Employment (3); Economics and Public Finance (2); Transportation and Public Works (2); Environmental Protection (2); Families (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Energy (1); Water Resources Development (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); International Affairs (1); Foreign Trade and International Finance (1)
Sen. Carol Moseley Braun [D-IL, 1993-1998]
9 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Jun 15, 1998
Taxation (4); Commerce (4); Economics and Public Finance (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Labor and Employment (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Families (1); Social Welfare (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1)
Sen. Dirk Kempthorne [R-ID, 1993-1998]
9 bills from Oct 13, 1993 to May 11, 1998
Taxation (4); Families (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Labor and Employment (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); International Affairs (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. Alan Simpson [R-WY, 1979-1996]
9 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Sep 18, 1996
Labor and Employment (2); Taxation (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Law (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Families (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); International Affairs (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Commerce (1)
Sen. Roy Blunt [R-MO]
8 bills from Feb 3, 2011 to Nov 26, 2012
Health (3); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Mark Begich [D-AK, 2009-2014]
8 bills from Mar 30, 2009 to Jun 19, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Energy (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Taxation (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Herbert “Herb” Kohl [D-WI, 1989-2012]
8 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Apr 8, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (2); Families (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Taxation (2); International Affairs (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1)
Sen. John Barrasso [R-WY]
8 bills from Sep 20, 2007 to Apr 6, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Transportation and Public Works (2); Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Taxation (1); Animals (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Government Operations and Politics (1); Law (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Environmental Protection (1)
Sen. Robert Byrd [D-WV, 1959-2010]
8 bills from Mar 29, 2000 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (5); Families (2); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Law (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Health (1); Social Welfare (1); International Affairs (1); Taxation (1); Commerce (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Lincoln Chafee [R-RI, 1999-2006]
8 bills from Apr 12, 2000 to Jun 9, 2003
Economics and Public Finance (5); Social Welfare (4); Health (3); Education (3); Commerce (3); Energy (3); Public Lands and Natural Resources (3); Taxation (3); Government Operations and Politics (1); International Affairs (1)
Sen. James “Jim” Jeffords [I-VT, 1989-2006]
8 bills from Jan 26, 1994 to May 23, 2003
Health (3); Social Welfare (3); Education (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Taxation (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Emergency Management (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); International Affairs (1); Families (1); Labor and Employment (1); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. John Edwards [D-NC, 1999-2004]
8 bills from Mar 2, 1999 to Feb 5, 2003
Health (5); Social Welfare (5); Government Operations and Politics (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Law (2); Families (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); International Affairs (1); Education (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Charles Robb [D-VA, 1989-2000]
8 bills from Nov 23, 1993 to Sep 5, 2000
Health (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Social Welfare (2); Commerce (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (2); Taxation (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Law (1); Energy (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Education (1)
Sen. Jerry Moran [R-KS]
7 bills from Feb 3, 2011 to Sep 21, 2012
Health (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Jim Webb [D-VA, 2007-2012]
7 bills from Mar 22, 2007 to Jun 19, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1); Animals (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Law (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Health (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. Sherrod Brown [D-OH]
7 bills from Mar 22, 2007 to Jun 19, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (4); Economics and Public Finance (2); Transportation and Public Works (1); Health (1); Commerce (1); Families (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Mike Johanns [R-NE, 2009-2014]
7 bills from Nov 6, 2009 to Apr 26, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (2); Health (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Taxation (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1)
Sen. Judd Gregg [R-NH, 1993-2010]
7 bills from Jan 26, 1994 to Nov 6, 2009
Finance and Financial Sector (3); Labor and Employment (2); Taxation (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Armed Forces and National Security (1); International Affairs (1); Families (1); Commerce (1); Social Welfare (1)
Sen. Norm Coleman [R-MN, 2003-2008]
7 bills from Feb 5, 2003 to Jul 16, 2008
Government Operations and Politics (4); Health (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Education (2); Families (2); Commerce (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Social Welfare (1); International Affairs (1); Animals (1); Law (1); Arts, Culture, Religion (1)
Sen. Paul Sarbanes [D-MD, 1977-2006]
7 bills from Mar 2, 1999 to Mar 15, 2005
Health (5); Social Welfare (4); Science, Technology, Communications (3); Education (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Emergency Management (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Sports and Recreation (1); Families (1); International Affairs (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Thomas “Tom” Daschle [D-SD, 1987-2004]
7 bills from Feb 2, 1994 to Jul 31, 2003
Health (4); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Social Welfare (2); Commerce (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Education (1); Emergency Management (1); International Affairs (1)
Sen. Maxwell Cleland [D-GA, 1997-2002]
7 bills from Jul 21, 1999 to Sep 5, 2002
Social Welfare (5); Government Operations and Politics (5); Health (4); Law (2); Education (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Environmental Protection (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Families (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Taxation (1)
Sen. Robert Torricelli [D-NJ, 1997-2002]
7 bills from Jun 24, 1997 to Jun 5, 2001
Health (5); Social Welfare (4); Government Operations and Politics (3); Law (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); Environmental Protection (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Education (1)
Sen. John Chafee [R-RI, 1976-1999]
7 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Jun 12, 1997
Government Operations and Politics (4); Finance and Financial Sector (4); Labor and Employment (3); Taxation (3); Transportation and Public Works (2); Commerce (2); Families (1); Social Welfare (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Education (1); Environmental Protection (1); Law (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1)
Sen. William Cohen [R-ME, 1979-1996]
7 bills from Jan 26, 1994 to Jun 26, 1996
Labor and Employment (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Taxation (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Families (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Commerce (1); Social Welfare (1)
Sen. Nancy Kassebaum [R-KS, 1978-1996]
7 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Sep 29, 1995
Government Operations and Politics (4); Taxation (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Labor and Employment (2); Families (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Commerce (1); Social Welfare (1); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. Claire McCaskill [D-MO, 2007-2018]
6 bills from Mar 22, 2007 to Dec 5, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Health (1)
Sen. John Boozman [R-AR]
6 bills from Feb 10, 2011 to Dec 5, 2011
Health (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Jon Tester [D-MT]
6 bills from Mar 22, 2007 to May 3, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (4); Health (2); Animals (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Government Operations and Politics (1); Law (1); Sports and Recreation (1)
Sen. James Risch [R-ID]
6 bills from Apr 22, 2009 to Apr 6, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Health (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1)
Sen. John “Jack” Reed [D-RI]
6 bills from Jul 27, 2000 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Education (3); Social Welfare (3); Government Operations and Politics (2); Health (2); International Affairs (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Emergency Management (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1)
Sen. John Sununu [R-NH, 2003-2008]
6 bills from Feb 5, 2003 to May 19, 2008
Armed Forces and National Security (4); Animals (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Law (2); Sports and Recreation (2); Families (2); International Affairs (1); Education (1); Environmental Protection (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Commerce (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. James “Jim” Talent [R-MO, 2002-2006]
6 bills from Jan 21, 2003 to Jun 22, 2005
Economics and Public Finance (4); Social Welfare (4); Government Operations and Politics (3); Health (3); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Families (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Housing and Community Development (2); Armed Forces and National Security (2); Law (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Education (1); Commerce (1); International Affairs (1); Animals (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Labor and Employment (1); Native Americans (1)
Sen. Jon Corzine [D-NJ, 2001-2006]
6 bills from Jul 12, 2001 to Apr 4, 2005
Education (5); Health (5); Social Welfare (4); Crime and Law Enforcement (3); Government Operations and Politics (3); Economics and Public Finance (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (2); Emergency Management (2); Science, Technology, Communications (2); International Affairs (1); Families (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Dale Bumpers [D-AR, 1975-1998]
6 bills from Feb 24, 1994 to Mar 17, 1997
Taxation (3); Finance and Financial Sector (3); Labor and Employment (2); Commerce (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Families (1); Social Welfare (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Housing and Community Development (1)
Sen. Mark Udall [D-CO, 2009-2014]
5 bills from Apr 20, 2009 to Jul 19, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Health (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Patrick “Pat” Toomey [R-PA]
5 bills from Feb 10, 2011 to Dec 5, 2011
Finance and Financial Sector (2); Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Amy Klobuchar [D-MN]
5 bills from Jan 31, 2008 to Apr 7, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (4); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Education (1); Families (1)
Sen. Robert “Bob” Casey [D-PA]
5 bills from Mar 22, 2007 to Apr 5, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Economics and Public Finance (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Health (1)
Sen. George LeMieux [R-FL, 2009-2010]
5 bills from Nov 6, 2009 to Aug 4, 2010
Transportation and Public Works (1); Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Environmental Protection (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Robert “Bob” Menendez [D-NJ]
5 bills from Sep 29, 2006 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (2); Government Operations and Politics (1); International Affairs (1); Law (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Health (1); Education (1)
Sen. Thomas Carper [D-DE]
5 bills from Dec 3, 2001 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (2); Health (2); International Affairs (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Education (1); Social Welfare (1)
Sen. Mark Dayton [D-MN, 2001-2006]
5 bills from Jul 25, 2001 to Nov 14, 2006
Families (3); Economics and Public Finance (2); Education (2); Health (2); Social Welfare (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); International Affairs (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Labor and Employment (1); Housing and Community Development (1); Sports and Recreation (1)
Sen. Bob Graham [D-FL, 1987-2004]
5 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Feb 5, 2003
Government Operations and Politics (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); Health (1); Law (1); Social Welfare (1); International Affairs (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Jean Carnahan [D-MO, 2001-2002]
5 bills from Mar 13, 2001 to Sep 3, 2002
Families (4); Economics and Public Finance (3); Education (2); Health (2); Social Welfare (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); International Affairs (1)
Sen. Fred Thompson [R-TN, 1994-2002]
5 bills from Jan 26, 1995 to Feb 22, 2000
Health (3); Social Welfare (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Agriculture and Food (1); Commerce (1); Government Operations and Politics (1); Law (1); Families (1); Labor and Employment (1); Taxation (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1); International Affairs (1)
Sen. William Roth [R-DE, 1971-2000]
5 bills from Oct 25, 1993 to May 27, 1999
Taxation (4); Science, Technology, Communications (2); Labor and Employment (2); Economics and Public Finance (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Health (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Families (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1); Commerce (1); Education (1); Environmental Protection (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Law (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Paul Simon [D-IL, 1985-1996]
5 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Oct 26, 1995
Finance and Financial Sector (3); Labor and Employment (2); Taxation (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Families (1); Commerce (1); Social Welfare (1)
Sen. Howell Heflin [D-AL, 1979-1996]
5 bills from Jan 26, 1994 to Apr 5, 1995
Finance and Financial Sector (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Agriculture and Food (1); Families (1); Social Welfare (1); Commerce (1); Taxation (1)
Sen. Robert Dole [R-KS, 1969-1996]
5 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Jan 26, 1995
Taxation (3); Government Operations and Politics (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Families (1); Labor and Employment (1); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. Robert “Rob” Portman [R-OH]
4 bills from Mar 31, 2011 to Nov 29, 2012
Health (2); Armed Forces and National Security (1); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Michael Bennet [D-CO]
4 bills from May 11, 2009 to Sep 11, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Mark Warner [D-VA]
4 bills from May 7, 2009 to Jun 19, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Kay Hagan [D-NC, 2009-2014]
4 bills from Mar 17, 2009 to Jun 13, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Health (1)
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse [D-RI]
4 bills from Mar 22, 2007 to Apr 12, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (3); Health (1)
Sen. Daniel Moynihan [D-NY, 1977-2000]
4 bills from Jun 7, 1994 to Jun 29, 2000
Health (2); Taxation (2); Social Welfare (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Families (1); Labor and Employment (1)
Sen. Richard Bryan [D-NV, 1989-2000]
4 bills from Nov 23, 1993 to Apr 13, 2000
Science, Technology, Communications (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Health (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Labor and Employment (1); Law (1); Transportation and Public Works (1)
Sen. Mark Hatfield [R-OR, 1967-1996]
4 bills from Apr 19, 1994 to Sep 25, 1995
Labor and Employment (2); Taxation (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Families (1); Commerce (1); Social Welfare (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Education (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1)
Sen. John Johnston [D-LA, 1972-1996]
4 bills from Jan 26, 1994 to Jul 12, 1995
Taxation (2); Health (1); Law (1); Families (1); Labor and Employment (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1)
Sen. Harris Wofford [D-PA, 1991-1994]
4 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Oct 6, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (3); Government Operations and Politics (2); Taxation (1); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Education (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1)
Sen. Malcolm Wallop [R-WY, 1977-1994]
4 bills from Oct 7, 1993 to Jul 21, 1994
Government Operations and Politics (2); Taxation (2); Finance and Financial Sector (2); Economics and Public Finance (1)
Sen. Jeff Merkley [D-OR]
3 bills from Nov 6, 2009 to Dec 4, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Bernard “Bernie” Sanders [I-VT]
3 bills from Apr 23, 2009 to Nov 13, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Alan “Al” Franken [D-MN, 2009-2017]
3 bills from Nov 6, 2009 to Jul 12, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand [D-NY]
3 bills from Mar 17, 2009 to Jun 20, 2012
Armed Forces and National Security (2); Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues (1)
Sen. Marco Rubio [R-FL]
3 bills from Feb 10, 2011 to Oct 4, 2011
Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Dean Heller [R-NV, 2011-2018]
3 bills from Jun 14, 2011 to Jul 19, 2011
Science, Technology, Communications (1); Taxation (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Tom Udall [D-NM]
3 bills from May 11, 2009 to Apr 7, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (3)
Sen. Mike Lee [R-UT]
3 bills from Feb 10, 2011 to Apr 6, 2011
Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Ron Johnson [R-WI]
3 bills from Feb 3, 2011 to Apr 6, 2011
Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Kelly Ayotte [R-NH, 2011-2016]
3 bills from Feb 16, 2011 to Apr 6, 2011
Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. John Hoeven [R-ND]
3 bills from Feb 14, 2011 to Apr 5, 2011
Health (1); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Paul Wellstone [D-MN, 1991-2002]
3 bills from May 27, 1999 to Jun 12, 2001
Health (3); Social Welfare (2); Science, Technology, Communications (1); Sports and Recreation (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Education (1)
Sen. William “Bill” Bradley [D-NJ, 1979-1996]
3 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Jul 17, 1996
Finance and Financial Sector (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Transportation and Public Works (1); Government Operations and Politics (1)
Sen. David Pryor [D-AR, 1979-1996]
3 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Nov 28, 1995
Finance and Financial Sector (3); Government Operations and Politics (2); Commerce (1); Labor and Employment (1); Social Welfare (1)
Sen. Dennis DeConcini [D-AZ, 1977-1994]
3 bills from Nov 23, 1993 to Oct 6, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (3); Government Operations and Politics (2); Crime and Law Enforcement (1); Economics and Public Finance (1); Education (1); Public Lands and Natural Resources (1)
Sen. David Durenberger [R-MN, 1978-1994]
3 bills from Jan 26, 1994 to Jun 22, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (2); Government Operations and Politics (1); Taxation (1)
Sen. Rand Paul [R-KY]
2 bills from Feb 16, 2011 to Apr 8, 2011
Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Mark Kirk [R-IL, 2010-2016]
2 bills from Feb 16, 2011 to Apr 8, 2011
Science, Technology, Communications (1); Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen [D-NH]
2 bills from Mar 17, 2009 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (2)
Sen. Edward Kaufman [D-DE, 2009-2010]
2 bills from Mar 23, 2009 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (2)
Sen. Roland Burris [D-IL, 2009-2010]
2 bills from Mar 19, 2009 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (2)
Sen. Ken Salazar [D-CO, 2005-2009]
2 bills from Sep 29, 2006 to Mar 22, 2007
Health (1); Education (1)
Sen. Claiborne Pell [D-RI, 1961-1996]
2 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Jan 22, 1996
Finance and Financial Sector (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Commerce (1); Labor and Employment (1); Social Welfare (1)
Sen. Wendell Ford [D-KY, 1974-1998]
2 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Nov 28, 1995
Finance and Financial Sector (2); Government Operations and Politics (2); Commerce (1); Labor and Employment (1); Social Welfare (1)
Sen. Samuel Nunn [D-GA, 1972-1996]
2 bills from Jan 26, 1994 to Mar 28, 1995
Armed Forces and National Security (1); Labor and Employment (1); Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1)
Sen. John Glenn [D-OH, 1974-1998]
2 bills from Nov 22, 1993 to Jul 21, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (2); Government Operations and Politics (1)
Sen. James Sasser [D-TN, 1977-1994]
2 bills from Jun 10, 1994 to Jun 22, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Taxation (1)
Sen. Harlan Mathews [D-TN, 1993-1994]
2 bills from Feb 10, 1994 to Jun 21, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Taxation (1)
Sen. John Danforth [R-MO, 1976-1994]
2 bills from Nov 22, 1993 to Apr 12, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1); Taxation (1)
Sen. Donald Riegle [D-MI, 1977-1994]
2 bills from Nov 19, 1993 to Feb 3, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1); Taxation (1)
Sen. Chris Coons [D-DE]
1 bill from Apr 8, 2011 to Apr 8, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Joe Manchin [D-WV]
1 bill from Apr 7, 2011 to Apr 7, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Scott Brown [R-MA, 2010-2012]
1 bill from Apr 7, 2011 to Apr 7, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Richard Blumenthal [D-CT]
1 bill from Apr 7, 2011 to Apr 7, 2011
Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Paul Kirk [D-MA, 2009-2010]
1 bill from Nov 6, 2009 to Nov 6, 2009
Armed Forces and National Security (1)
Sen. Sheila Frahm [R-KS, 1996-1996]
1 bill from Jul 11, 1996 to Jul 11, 1996
Families (1); Labor and Employment (1); Taxation (1)
Sen. Robert Packwood [R-OR, 1969-1995]
1 bill from Jun 22, 1994 to Jun 22, 1994
Taxation (1)
Sen. Howard Metzenbaum [D-OH, 1976-1994]
1 bill from Feb 2, 1994 to Feb 2, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1)
Sen. George Mitchell [D-ME, 1980-1994]
1 bill from Jan 26, 1994 to Jan 26, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1)
Sen. Robert Kerrey [D-NE, 1989-2000]
1 bill from Jan 26, 1994 to Jan 26, 1994
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1)
Sen. James Exon [D-NE, 1979-1996]
1 bill from Nov 20, 1993 to Nov 20, 1993
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1)
Sen. David Boren [D-OK, 1979-1994]
1 bill from Nov 20, 1993 to Nov 20, 1993
Finance and Financial Sector (1); Government Operations and Politics (1)