Scorecard, 115th Congress (2017-2018)

Legend: = voted with NRF's position; = voted against NRF's position; = absent; blank = no data;
Name H.R. 5895 H.R. 1 H.R. 1 H.R. 1628 Co-Sponsors of Co-Sponsors of Co-Sponsors of Co-Sponsors of
Alexander, Andrew Lamar (R-Tennessee)
Baldwin, Tammy S. (D-Wisconsin)
Barrasso, John A. (R-Wyoming)
Bennet, Michael F. (D-Colorado)
Blumenthal, Richard (D-Connecticut)
Blunt, Roy D. (R-Missouri)
Booker, Cory A. (D-New Jersey)
Boozman, John (R-Arkansas)
Brown, Sherrod C. (D-Ohio)
Burr, Richard M. (R-North Carolina)
Cantwell, Maria E. (D-Washington)
Capito, Shelley Moore (R-West Virginia)
Cardin, Benjamin L. (D-Maryland)
Carper, Thomas R. (D-Delaware)
Casey, Robert P. (D-Pennsylvania)
Cassidy, William M. (R-Louisiana)
Collins, Susan M. (R-Maine)
Coons, Christopher A. (D-Delaware)
Cornyn, John (R-Texas)
Cortez Masto, Catherine M. (D-Nevada)
Cotton, Thomas B. (R-Arkansas)
Crapo, Michael D. (R-Idaho)
Cruz, Rafael Edward (R-Texas)
Daines, Steven D. (R-Montana)
Duckworth, Ladda Tammy (D-Illinois)
Durbin, Richard J. (D-Illinois)
Enzi, Michael B. (R-Wyoming)
Ernst, Joni K. (R-Iowa)
Feinstein, Dianne G. (D-California)
Fischer, Debra Strobel (R-Nebraska)
Gardner, Cory S. (R-Colorado)
Gillibrand, Kirsten E. (D-New York)
Graham, Lindsey O. (R-South Carolina)
Grassley, Charles E. (R-Iowa)
Harris, Kamala D. (D-California)
Hassan, Margaret Wood (D-New Hampshire)
Heinrich, Martin T. (D-New Mexico)
Hirono, Mazie K. (D-Hawaii)
Hoeven, John H. (R-North Dakota)
Hyde-Smith, Cindy (R-Mississippi)
Inhofe, James M. (R-Oklahoma)
Isakson, John H. (R-Georgia)
Johnson, Ronald H. (R-Wisconsin)
Jones, Gordon Douglas (D-Alabama)
Kaine, Timothy M. (D-Virginia)
Kennedy, John Neely (R-Louisiana)
King, Angus S. (I-Maine)
Klobuchar, Amy J. (D-Minnesota)
Lankford, James P. (R-Oklahoma)
Leahy, Patrick J. (D-Vermont)
Lee, Michael S. (R-Utah)
Manchin, Joseph (D-West Virginia)
Markey, Edward J. (D-Massachusetts)
McConnell, Addison Mitchell (R-Kentucky)
Menendez, Robert (D-New Jersey)
Merkley, Jeffrey A. (D-Oregon)
Moran, Gerald W. (R-Kansas)
Murkowski, Lisa (R-Alaska)
Murphy, Christopher S. (D-Connecticut)
Murray, Patricia L. (D-Washington)
Paul, Randal H. (R-Kentucky)
Perdue, David A. (R-Georgia)
Peters, Gary C. (D-Michigan)
Portman, Robert J. (R-Ohio)
Reed, John F. (D-Rhode Island)
Risch, James E. (R-Idaho)
Roberts, Charles P. (R-Kansas)
Rounds, Marion Michael (R-South Dakota)
Rubio, Marco A. (R-Florida)
Sanders, Bernard (I-Vermont)
Sasse, Benjamin E. (R-Nebraska)
Schatz, Brian E. (D-Hawaii)
Schumer, Charles E. (D-New York)
Scott, Timothy E. (R-South Carolina)
Shaheen, Cynthia Jeanne (D-New Hampshire)
Shelby, Richard C. (R-Alabama)
Smith, Tina F. (D-Minnesota)
Stabenow, Deborah A. (D-Michigan)
Sullivan, Daniel S. (R-Alaska)
Tester, Jon (D-Montana)
Thune, John R. (R-South Dakota)
Tillis, Thomas R. (R-North Carolina)
Toomey, Patrick J. (R-Pennsylvania)
Udall, Thomas S. (D-New Mexico)
Van Hollen, Christopher J. (D-Maryland)
Warner, Mark R. (D-Virginia)
Warren, Elizabeth A. (D-Massachusetts)
Whitehouse, Sheldon (D-Rhode Island)
Wicker, Roger F. (R-Mississippi)
Wyden, Ronald L. (D-Oregon)
Young, Todd C. (R-Indiana)

H.R. 5895 On the Motion (Corker Motion to Instruct Conferees Re: H.R. 5895) -- Corker Motion to Instruct Conferees Re: H.R. 5895 (7/11/2018)

Motion to Instruct Conferees to Appropriations Act to consider changes to Trade Expansion Act of 1962 to require Congressional Approval before President adjusts imports that are determined to threaten to impair national security.  back to top...

H.R. 1 Final Passage of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (12/20/2017)

Reduces corporate, pass-through and individual tax rates.  Reducing the corporate rate will help attract investment to the U.S., which will help to increase wages and increase consumer spending. Importantly, H.R. 1 will provide significant tax relief to retail businesses which currently pay some of the highest business income tax rates. 
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H.R. 1 On Passage of the Bill H.R. 1 -- H.R. 1 As Amended (12/2/2017)

Reduces corporate, pass-through and individual tax rates.  Reducing the corporate rate will help attract investment to the U.S., which will help to increase wages and increase consumer spending.
Importantly, H.R. 1 will provide significant tax relief to retail businesses which currently pay some of the highest business income tax rates.  back to top...

H.R. 1628 On the Motion to Proceed H.R. 1628 (7/25/2017)

NRF has long sought relief from the burdens of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  The health care budget reconciliation debate offered a chance to ease many of those key burdens.  Opening the debate on changing the ACA was a crucial first step to begin fixing the ACA. back to top...

Co-Sponsors of S. 3013 - Congressional Approval of Tariffs

S. 3013 would amend the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 to require Congressional Approval before President adjusts imports that are determined to threaten to impair national security. back to top...

Co-Sponsors of S. 976 - Marketplace Fairness Act

Legislation to authorize member states under the Streamlined Sales & Use Tax Agreement to require all sellers not qualifying for a small-seller exception (applicable to sellers with annual gross receipts in total U.S. remote sales not exceeding $1 million) to collect and remit sales and use taxes with respect to remote sales under provisions of the agreement, but only if such agreement includes minimum simplification requirements relating to the administration of the tax, audits, and streamlined filing.

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Co-Sponsors of S. 2810 - Workplace Democracy Act

Would amend several federal labor laws, to include:  Card Check union authorizations, codify Ambush Election rules, require persuader activity reporting, mandatory notice posters that were previously invalidated by federal courts, and allow for formation of micro-unions within a workplace; among other matters.  back to top...

Co-Sponsors of S. 1386 - Schedules that Work Act

Legislation would grant employees the right to request their employer to alter terms and conditions of employment related to hours and times employee is required to work or be on call, the location of work, amount of notification received and to minimize fluctuation in work schedules and hours received week to week.  back to top...