The house votes totals – subject to change – 12:53 p.m.

YES
141 (D)
66 (R)
207

NO
94 (D)
132 (R)
226

There’s switching going on until the gavel falls.

Comments

  1. Larry Knetzger says:

    This is a very controversial subject, Sensenbrenner voted no. I agree with that. Rather interesting how the Democrats are really in favor of this. Must have atted a lot of “pork barrel spending” to it to take care of the loby.