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Federal Gun Legislation Votes

Use these roll call votes to see which of your represenatives voted for or against gun legislation. Click on the bill number to read the bill, the amendment number to read the amendment

US Senate Votes
Bill Amendment Vote Date Description Passed Vote Count Not Voting
HJR40 February 15, 2017 HJR40 rolls back the Obama administration directive that allowed the social security administration to report people to NICS that they felt were mentally incompetent passed 57 for, 43 against 0
SB649 717 April 18, 2013 To withhold 5 percent of Community Oriented Policing Services program Federal funding from States and local governments that release sensitive and confidential information on law-abiding gun owners and victims of domestic violence. passed 67 for, 30 against 3
SB649 730 April 18, 2013 To reauthorize and improve programs related to mental health and substance use disorders. passed 95 for, 2 against 3
SB649 719 April 17, 2013 To allow reciprocity for the carrying of certain concealed firearms. passed 57 for, 43 against 0
SB649 725 April 17, 2013 To address gun violence, improve the availability of records to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, address mental illness in the criminal justice system, and end straw purchases and trafficking of illegal firearms, and for other purposes. passed 52 for, 48 against 0
SB649 715 April 17, 2013 To protect Second Amendment rights, ensure that all individuals who should be prohibited from buying a firearm are listed in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, and provide a responsible and consistent background check process. passed 54 for, 46 against 0
SB649 713 April 17, 2013 To increase public safety by punishing and deterring firearms trafficking. passed 58 for, 42 against 0
SB649 714 April 17, 2013 To regulate large capacity ammunition feeding devices. passed 46 for, 54 against 0
SB649 720 April 17, 2013 To protect the Second Amendment rights of veterans and their families. passed 56 for, 44 against 0
SB649 711 April 17, 2013 To regulate assault weapons, to ensure that the right to keep and bear arms is not unlimited, and for other purposes. passed 40 for, 60 against 0
SB649 April 11, 2013 A bill to ensure that all individuals who should be prohibited from buying a firearm are listed in the national instant criminal background check system and require a background check for every firearm sale, and for other purposes. passed 68 for, 31 against 1
US House Of Representative Votes
Bill Amendment Vote Date Description Passed Vote Count Not Voting
HJR40 February 2, 2017 HJR40 rolls back the Obama administration directive that allowed the social security administration to report people to NICS that they felt were mentally incompetent passed 235 for, 180 against 17