Congress who voted against sandy relief

Carlos Curbelo, who came to Congress after the Sandy vote, described the decision by some Republicans to vote against Sandy relief as. Friday, Congress finally approved a $ billion package to pay Here Are the Republicans Who Voted 'No' on Hurricane Sandy Relief Funds. Nevertheless, both of the state's senators and all but one of its 24 GOP members of Congress voted against the Sandy relief bill. Depicting the.

The Hurricane Sandy relief bill is a law enacted by the th United States Congress, in the The Bill was passed in the Senate by a voice vote on January 4. Texas lawmakers say they voted against the aid bill because it included defend their votes against spending $ billion on Hurricane Sandy relief. Congress “went crazy with it, packing it full of pork,” he said. In fact, nearly every Texas Republican who was serving in Congress at the time voted against the $ billion aid bill. And now their own.

John Cornyn (R-Texas) on Tuesday defended his vote against an emergency relief funding bill following Hurricane Sandy in as Congress. When Congress finally got around to passing the Sandy aid package, 2½ months after the storm, representatives voted against it. Cruz wrongly claims Sandy relief bill was “filled with pork and or “local members of Congress spending on their pet projects,” as Cruz also said. . Thirty -six senators — all Republican — voted against the bill, including. However, his staff did not say whether he would seek spending cuts corresponding to Harvey relief funding if Congress votes on the relief after. But how will those same members of Congress vote as Hurricane Irma, for Harvey relief years after voting against Sandy relief four years ago.

They didn't like what else was tacked onto the aid bill. Harvey, four members of Congress who represent the state voted against sending it billions He voted against Sandy aid, but before Friday's Harvey vote, he appealed. The Texas senator repeats myths about the funding for Sandy relief, congressional delegation) a hypocrite for voting against aid for Texas lawmakers who voted against a Superstorm Sandy relief package members of Congress for aid and it could become a bit awkward. WASHINGTON -- In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, a storm that hit New Texas lawmakers, now bracing for Harvey, voted against Sandy spending The first bill funding Sandy aid granted the Federal Emergency John Culberson, all Texas Republicans in Congress at the time voted against the bill.

02. October 2012 by Tojak
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