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A LOOK BEHIND THE CURTAIN

Our running list of actions you may have missed that impact America.

 

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Community Meetings

In May, I will host community meetings in Everett and Roxbury. Details are below. Anyone with questions about the meeting can contact my district office at 617-621-6208.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Everett High School
100 Elm Street, Everett

Wednesday May 31, 2017
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Thelma Burns Building
575 Warren Street, Roxbury

News

5/26E-UPDATE
Community Meetings; Budget; The New CBO Score on the AHCA; Getting Around the Clean Water Act Again; Protecting Young Athletes; Closing a Loophole in Childhood Pornography Law; Glass-Steagall; "Behind the Curtain" additions and updates

5/24RECENT VOTE
H.R. 953, the Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act of 2017

This legislation exempts the application of pesticides near water from regulations applied through the Clean Water Act. H.R. 953 allows for the application of pesticides near water essentially without restrictions. I voted NO.

5/19E-UPDATE
Community Meetings; The Leaks, the Memos and the Special Counsel; Expanding the Reach of the Death Penalty; Expanding the Authority of Probation Officers; Honoring First Responders; "Behind the Curtain" additions and updates

5/16STATEMENT
Rep. Capuano Statement on Reports that President Trump Asked FBI Director Comey to Stop Investigating National Security Advisor Flynn

Reports that former FBI Director James Comey wrote a memo as documentation after President Trump asked him to stop the investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's involvement with Russia are shocking. If this report is accurate, it's clear to me that the President tried to obstruct justice, especially when we know he later fired Comey and stated it was because of the Russia investigation...

5/12E-UPDATE
Community Meetings; Too Much White House Intrigue; How Close is Trumpdon'tcare to Becoming Law?; Transportation; France; "Behind the Curtain" additions and updates

5/9STATEMENT
Rep. Capuano Statement on the Firing of FBI Director James Comey

President Trump's firing of Director James Comey while the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is in the midst of an investigation into what role Trump campaign associates may have played in Russia's interference with the November election raises very serious questions. Attorney General Sessions has already recused himself from the Russia investigation and now the President will choose the next FBI Director. In light of today's shocking action by the President, it is more important than ever that a thorough independent investigation commence. The American people and the integrity of our democracy deserve nothing less.

5/10OP-ED: INFRASTRUCTURE
The President Says He Wants To Invest In Infrastructure, How Will He Propose Paying For It?

5/5E-UPDATE
A Story That Touched My Heart; Trumpdon'tcare and It Looks Like House Republicans Don't Either; Taking Money Out of Your Pay Check but Giving You the Day Off Instead (Maybe); Funding the Government; the Wrong CHOICE Act; "Behind the Curtain" additions and updates

5/4STATEMENT
Rep. Capuano's statement on Trumpcare

Make no mistake, Trumpcare will have a devastating impact on so many. It looks like this legislation is headed for a vote today and I am 100% opposed.

2/15STATEMENT
Calling for an Independent Investigation of Russian Communications with Trump Officials

“I am deeply troubled by reports that members of President Trump’s campaign regularly communicated with Russian intelligence officials for a year leading up to the election.”

View more in the Media Center

 

Recent Legislation

HOUSE VOTES

DateRoll CallBillMy Vote

5/25

285

H.R.1973

Yea

5/25

284

H.R.1761

Aye

5/24

282

H.R.953

No

5/24

278

H.R.467

Yea

5/24

277

H.R.2052

Yea

5/24

276

H.Res.352

Nay

5/23

273

H.R.2288

Yea

5/23

272

H.Res.348

No

5/22

270

H.R.1842

Nay

5/22

269

H.R.1862

Nay

5/19

268

H.R.1039

Yea

5/18

266

H.R.1892

Yea

5/18

265

H.R.115

Nay

5/18

264

H.Res.324

No

5/17

262

H.R.1177

Yea

5/17

260

H.Res.323

No

5/16

258

H.R.1616

Yea

5/4

253

H.R.1628

No

5/3

250

H.R.1678

Aye

5/3

249

H.R.244

Yea

5/3

248

H.R.1665

Aye

5/3

247

H.Res.305

No

5/2

243

H.R.1180

No

5/2

242

H.R.1679

Yea

5/2

241

H.Res.299

No

5/1

239

H.R.657

Yea

5/1

238

H.R.1312

Yea

5/1

237

H.R.910

Yea

4/28

236

H.J.Res.99

Yea

4/28

235

H.Res.289

Nay

4/27

233

H.R.1694

Yea

4/27

231

S.496

Nay

4/27

230

H.Res.280

No

4/26

227

H.R.1695

Nay

4/26

225

H.Res.275

No

4/25

223

H.R.876

Yea

4/25

222

H.Res.187

Yea

4/6

221

H.R.1219

Nay

4/5

220

H.R.1304

Yea

4/5

218

H.Res.242

No

4/4

216

H.R.1343

Nay

4/4

214

H.Res.240

No

4/4

212

H.Res.241

No

4/3

210

H.R.479

Yea

4/3

209

H.Res.92

Yea

3/30

208

H.R.1431

No

3/29

206

H.R.1430

No

3/29

204

H.Res.233

No

3/28

202

S.J.Res.34

Nay

3/28

200

H.Res.230

No

3/28

198

H.Res.229

No

3/27

196

H.R.654

Yea

3/27

195

H.R.1117

Yea

3/24

193

H.R.1365

Aye

3/24

192

H.Res.228

No

3/23

189

H.Res.221

No

3/22

187

H.R.1238

Yea

3/22

186

H.R.1101

No

3/22

184

H.R.372

Aye

3/21

181

H.R.1297

Yea

3/21

180

H.Res.210

No

3/21

178

H.R.1353

Yea

3/21

177

H.Res.209

No

3/20

175

H.R.1252

Yea

3/20

174

H.R.1249

Yea

3/20

173

H.R.1294

Yea

3/17

171

H.R.1367

Yea

3/16

169

H.R.1181

Nay

3/16

168

H.R.1259

Not Voting

3/16

163

H.Res.198

No

3/15

160

H.R.648

Yea

3/15

159

H.R.132

Yea

3/10

158

H.R.720

No

3/9

152

H.R.725

No

3/9

148

H.R.985

No

3/9

139

H.Res.180

Nay

3/8

136

H.R.1301

Nay

3/8

133

H.Res.174

No

3/8

130

H.Res.175

No

3/7

127

H.R.1362

Yea

3/2

126

H.R.1004

No

3/1

121

H.J.Res.83

No

3/1

120

H.R.1009

Nay

3/1

116

H.Res.156

No

3/1

114

H.R.998

No

2/28

104

H.Res.150

No

2/27

102

H.R.863

Yea

2/27

101

Table Appeal of the Rule of the Chair

No

2/27

100

H.R.699

Yea

2/16

99

H.J.Res.43

No

2/16

98

H.J.Res.69

Nay

2/15

97

H.J.Res.42

Nay

2/15

96

H.J.Res.66

Nay

2/15

95

H.J.Res.67

Nay

2/15

94

H.Res.123

Nay

2/14

92

H.R.428

Nay

2/14

91

H.Res.116

No

2/14

89

H.Res.99

No

2/13

87

H.R.974

Yea

2/13

86

H.R.244

Yea

2/7

85

H.J.Res.58

Nay

2/7

84

H.J.Res.57

Nay

2/7

83

H.J.Res.44

Nay

2/7

82

H.Res.91

No

2/6

80

H.R.337

Yea

2/6

79

H.R.689

Yea

2/3

78

H.J.Res.36

Nay

2/2

77

H.J.Res.40

No

2/2

76

H.J.Res.37

No

2/2

75

H.J.Res.74

No

2/1

72

H.Res.41

Nay

2/1

71

H.Res.71

No

1/31

69

H.Res.70

No

1/31

67

H.R.538

Yea

1/31

66

H.R.374

Yea

1/24

65

H.R.7

No

1/24

63

H.Res.55

No

1/23

61

H.R.582

Yea

1/23

60

H.R.423

Yea

1/13

59

S.84

No

1/13

58

S.Con.Res.3

Nay

1/13

56

H.Res.48

No

1/12

54

H.R.238

Nay

1/12

51

H.R.78

No

1/11

45

H.R.5

Nay

1/11

34

H.R.39

Yea

1/11

33

H.Res.40

No

1/10

31

H.R.79

Nay

1/10

27

H.Res.33

No

1/9

25

H.R.304

Yea

1/9

24

H.R.315

Yea

1/5

23

H.R.26

No

1/5

11

H.Res.11

Present

1/5

10

H.Res.22

No

1/4

8

H.R.21

Nay

1/3

6

H.Res.5

Nay

12/2

600

S.2943

Nay

12/1

599

H.R.6392

Nay

12/1

597

H.Res.937

No

12/1

595

H.Res.933

No

11/30

593

H.R.6393

Nay

11/30

592

H.R.34

Aye

11/30

591

H.R.5047

Yea

11/29

590

H.Res.934

Nay

11/29

589

H.R.4757

Yea

11/29

588

H.R.5422

Yea

11/17

587

H.R.5711

Nay

11/17

585

No

11/16

580

Nay

11/15

578

H.Res.780

Yea

11/15

577

Yea

11/14

576

H.R.2669

Not Voting

11/14

575

H.R.985

Yea

9/28

574

H.R.6094

Nay

9/28

572

H.R.5303

Aye

9/28

567

S.3283

Yea

9/28

564

S.2040

Yea

9/27

563

H.R.954

No

9/26

558

H.R.5392

Yea

9/26

557

H.R.3537

Nay

9/22

554

H.R.5931

No

9/22

552

H.R.5963

Yea

9/22

550

S.1550

Yea

9/22

549

H.R.5625

Yea

9/22

548

H.R.5523

Yea

9/22

547

H.R.2285

Yea

9/22

545

H.R.5320

Yea

9/22

544

H.R.5719

Nay

9/22

543

H.Res.879

No

9/21

541

H.R.5147

Yea

9/21

537

H.R.5859

Yea

9/21

536

H.R.5461

Nay

9/21

535

H.R.3438

No

9/21

531

H.R.5613

Yea

9/21

530

H.R.5713

Yea

9/21

529

H.R.5659

Yea

9/21

528

H.R.3957

Yea

9/20

523

H.R.5690

Yea

9/20

522

H.R.5785

Yea

9/20

521

H.R.670

Yea

9/15

520

H.R.5351

Nay

9/14

519

H.R.5620

Nay

9/14

510

H.R.5226

Nay

9/13

504

H.Res.729

Yea

9/13

503

H.R.5587

Yea

9/13

502

H.R.3590

Nay

9/12

497

H.Res.835

Yea

9/9

495

H.R.5424

Nay

9/8

493

H.R.2357

No

9/8

491

H.Res.660

Yea

9/7

488

H.R.5063

No

9/6

480

H.R.3881

Yea

9/6

479

H.R.5578

Yea

7/14

478

H.R.4992

Nay

7/14

477

H.R.5538

Nay

7/14

467

H.R.5631

Nay

7/13

443

S.304

Nay

7/13

441

H.R.5119

Nay

7/13

440

H.Res.822

No

7/12

416

H.R.4768

No

7/12

410

H.R.5658

Yea

7/12

409

H.Res.819

Nay

7/12

407

H.Res.820

Nay

7/11

402

H.R.5607

Yea

7/11

401

H.R.5602

Yea

7/8

399

S.524

Yea

7/7

398

H.R.5485

Nay

7/7

388

H.Res.809

No

7/7

376

H.R.4361

No

7/6

355

H.R.2646

Yea

7/6

354

S.1252

Yea

7/6

353

H.Res.803

No

6/23

342

H.R.2577

Nay

6/23

341

H.Res.797

No

6/23

340

No

6/23

339

No

6/22

338

H.J.Res.88

Nay

6/21

336

H.R.5389

Yea

6/21

335

H.R.5388

Yea

6/21

334

H.R.5525

Nay

6/16

333

H.R.5471

Nay

6/16

332

H.R.5293

Nay

6/15

305

H.Res.783

Nay

6/14

303

H.R.5053

No

6/14

301

H.R.5049

Yea

6/14

300

H.Res.778

No

6/13

298

H.R.5312

Yea

6/13

297

H.R.4939

Yea

6/10

296

H.Con.Res.112

Nay

6/10

295

H.Con.Res.89

Nay

6/10

294

H.R.5325

Nay

6/9

288

H.R.5278

Aye

6/9

286

H.Res.771

No

6/9

284

H.Res.770

Nay

6/8

282

H.R.4755

Nay

6/8

275

H.R.3826

Yea

5/25

248

H.R.5233

No

5/25

240

H.Res.744

Nay

5/24

200

H.Res.735

Nay

5/24

238

H.R.2576

Yea

5/24

237

H.R.897

No

5/24

235

H.R.5507

Nay

5/24

234

H.Res.743

Nay

5/23

230

H.R.3998

Yea

5/23

229

H.R.4889

Nay

5/19

228

H.R.4974

Nay

5/19

216

H.R.4909

No

5/18

207

H.R.5243

Nay

5/18

202

H.Res.736

No

5/18

200

H.Res.735

Nay

5/17

199

H.R.897

Nay

5/17

197

H.Res.732

No

5/16

195

H.R.4407

Yea

5/16

194

H.R.4743

Yea

5/13

193

S.524

Yea

5/13

191

H.Res.725

No

5/12

189

H.R.4586

Yea

5/12

188

H.R.1818

Yea

5/12

187

H.R.5046

Yea

5/11

185

H.R.4843

Yea

5/11

184

H.R.4641

Yea

5/11

183

H.Res.720

No

5/10

181

H.R.5052

Yea

5/10

180

H.R.4957

Yea

4/29

179

H.R.4901

No

4/28

177

H.R.2901

Yea

4/28

176

H.J.Res.88

Nay

4/28

175

H.R.5019

Nay

4/28

174

H.Res.706

Nay

4/27

172

S.1890

Yea

4/27

171

H.R.4498

Nay

4/27

169

H.Res.701

No

4/27

167

H.R.699

Yea

4/27

166

H.R.4923

Not Voting

4/26

165

H.R.4096

Yea

4/26

164

H.R.4820

Nay

4/21

163

H.R.3724

Nay

4/21

162

H.R.4890

Nay

4/20

161

H.R.4885

Nay

4/20

160

H.R.1206

No

4/19

158

H.Res.687

No

4/19

156

H.Res.688

No

4/18

154

S.719

Not Voting

4/18

153

H.R.4570

Not Voting

4/15

152

H.R.2666

No

4/14

149

H.R.3791

Nay

4/14

146

H.R.3340

Nay

4/13

144

H.Res.671

No

4/13

142

H.Res.672

No

4/12

140

H.R.4676

yea

4/12

139

H.R.1567

Yea

3/23

138

H.Res.658

Yea

3/23

137

H.R.2745

No

3/22

135

H.R.4336

Yea

3/22

134

H.R.4755

Yea

3/22

133

H.R.4742

Yea

3/22

132

H.Res.653

No

3/17

130

H.R.4314

Nay

3/17

129

H.Res.639

Nay

3/17

128

H.Res.649

Nay

3/16

126

H.R.4434

Yea

3/16

125

H.R.4416

Yea

3/16

124

H.R.4596

Yea

3/15

123

H.R.3797

No

3/15

117

H.R.3447

Yea

3/15

116

H.R.2081

Yea

3/15

115

H.Res.640

No

3/14

113

H.Con.Res121

Yea

3/14

112

H.Con.Res.75

Yea

3/14

111

S.2426

Yea

3/3

109

H.R.4557

Nay

3/3

108

S.1826

Yea

3/3

107

H.Res.635

No

3/2

105

H.R.3716

Yea

3/1

104

H.R.3735

Yea

3/1

103

H.R.136

Yea

2/26

101

H.R.2406

No

2/25

91

H.Res.619

Nay

2/25

89

H.R.3624

No

2/24

86

H.Res.618

No

2/23

84

H.R.4402

Yea

2/23

83

H.R.4408

Yea

2/12

82

H.R.757

Yea

2/12

81

H.R.2017

Nay

2/11

78

H.Res.611

No

2/11

76

H.R.3442

No

2/10

70

H.R.3293

No

2/10

67

H.R.4470

Yea

2/10

66

H.Res.609

No

2/4

63

H.R.766

Nay

2/3

61

H.R.1675

Nay

2/2

54

H.R.3662

Nay

2/2

53

H.R.3762

Nay

2/2

52

H.R.3700

Yea

2/2

49

H.Res.594

No

2/1

47

H.R.4168

Yea

2/1

46

H.R.2187

Nay

1/13

45

S.J.Res.22

Nay

1/13

44

H.R.3662

[Nay]

1/12

43

H.R.757

Yea

1/12

42

H.R.1644

No

1/12

37

H.Res.583

No

1/11

35

H.R.3231

Yea

1/11

34

H.R.598

Yea

1/8

33

H.R.1927

No

1/7

22

H.Res.581

No

1/7

20

H.R.1155

No

1/7

12

H.R.712

No

1/6

6

H.R.3762

Nay

1/6

5

H.Res.580

No

1/6

3

H.Res.579

No

12/17

703

H.R.2029

Yea

12/17

702

H.Res.566

No

12/16

700

H.R.4239

Yea

12/16

699

H.R.3750

Yea

12/16

698

H.R.2297

Yea

12/16

697

S.1090

Yea

11/19

643

H.R.4038

No

11/19

641

H.R.3189

No

11/19

639

H.Res.531

No

11/18

637

H.R.1737

Nay

11/18

636

H.R.1210

Nay

11/18

634

H.Res.529

Nay

11/17

633

H.R.511

Nay

11/17

632

H.R.3114

Yea

11/17

631

H.R.1634

Nay

11/17

630

H.Res.526

Nay

11/16

628

H.R.1384

Yea

11/16

627

H.R.1338

Yea

11/16

626

H.R.308

Nay

11/5

623

H.R.22

Aye

11/5

618

S.1356

Nay

11/4

598

H.Res.512

No

11/3

585

H.Res.354

Yea

11/3

584

H.Res.507

Nay

11/2

582

H.R.1853

Yea

10/29

581

Election of SpeakerH.Res.348

Pelosi

10/28

579

H.R.1314

Yea

10/28

578

H.Res.495

Aye

10/27

576

H.R.597

Yea

10/27

575

H.R.1090

Nay

10/27

574

H.Amdt.732

Yea

10/27

573

H.Res.450

Yea

10/27

571

H.Res.491

No

10/20

551

H.R.3350

Yea

10/20

550

H.R.3493

Yea

10/9

549

H.R.702

No

10/8

544

H.R.538

Nay

10/8

542

H.Res.466

No

10/7

540

H.R.3192

Nay

10/7

538

H.Res.461

Nay

10/7

537

H.Res.462

Nay

10/7

536

Nay

10/6

535

H.R.1839

Not Voting

10/6

534

H.R.1553

Not Voting

10/1

533

H.R.3457

Nay

10/1

532

H.R.1735

Nay

10/1

530

H.Res.449

No

9/30

528

H.R.719

Yea

9/30

526

S.2082

Yea

9/29

524

H.R.3495

No

9/29

522

H.Res.444

No

9/28

520

H.R.2786

Yea

9/28

519

H.R.2835

Yea

9/25

518

H.R.348

No

9/25

514

H.R.348

No

9/25

509

H.R.348

Aye

9/24

507

H.R.322

Yea

9/18

506

H.R.3504

Nay

9/18

505

H.R.3134

No

9/17

503

H.Res.421

No

9/17

501

H.R.758

No

9/17

499

H.Res.420

No

9/16

496

H.Res.1949

Yea

9/16

495

H.R.1214

Yea

9/11

494

H.R.3460

No

9/11

493

H.R.3461

Yea

9/10

492

H.Res.411

Nay

9/10

491

H.Res.412

Nay

9/8

490

S.1359

Yea

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