Scorecard, 114th Congress (2015-2016)

Legend: = supports NRF's position; = opposes NRF's position; = absent; blank = no data;
Name H.R. 6094 H.R. 644 H.R. 1314 H.Res. 305 H.R. 2 H.R. 596 H.R. 30 S.J.Res. 8 H.R. 636 H.R. 2146 H.Res. 321 H.R. 3762 H.R. 22 H.R. 2029 H.R. 2029 H.R. 2205 (committee H.R. 5983 (committee
Abraham, Ralph L. (R-Louisiana-5)
Adams, Alma S. (D-North Carolina-12)
Aderholt, Robert B. (R-Alabama-4)
Aguilar, Peter R. (D-California-31)
Allen, Richard W. (R-Georgia-12)
Amash, Justin A. (I-Michigan-3)
Amodei, Mark E. (R-Nevada-2)
Babin, Brian (R-Texas-36)
Barr, Garland H. (R-Kentucky-6)
Bass, Karen R. (D-California-37)
Beatty, Joyce (D-Ohio-3)
Bera, Amerish B. (D-California-7)
Beyer, Donald S. (D-Virginia-8)
Bilirakis, Gus M. (R-Florida-12)
Bishop, Rob (R-Utah-1)
Bishop, Sanford D. (D-Georgia-2)
Blumenauer, Earl (D-Oregon-3)
Bonamici, Suzanne (D-Oregon-1)
Bost, Mike (R-Illinois-12)
Brady, Kevin P. (R-Texas-8)
Brooks, Morris J. (R-Alabama-5)
Brooks, Susan W. (R-Indiana-5)
Brownley, Julia (D-California-26)
Buchanan, Vernon G. (R-Florida-16)
Buck, Kenneth R. (R-Colorado-4)
Bucshon, Larry D. (R-Indiana-8)
Burgess, Michael C. (R-Texas-26)
Bustos, Cheryl L. (D-Illinois-17)
Butterfield, George Kenneth (D-North Carolina-1)
Byrne, Bradley (R-Alabama-1)
Calvert, Ken (R-California-42)
Cardenas, Antonio (D-California-29)
Carson, André D. (D-Indiana-7)
Carter, Earl L. (R-Georgia-1)
Carter, John R. (R-Texas-31)
Castor, Katherine A. (D-Florida-14)
Castro, Joaquín (D-Texas-2)
Chabot, Steve (R-Ohio-1)
Chu, Judy M. (D-California-27)
Cicilline, David N. (D-Rhode Island-1)
Clark, Katherine M. (D-Massachusetts-5)
Clarke, Yvette D. (D-New York-9)
Clay, William Lacy (D-Missouri-1)
Cleaver, Emanuel (D-Missouri-5)
Clyburn, James E. (D-South Carolina-6)
Cohen, Steve (D-Tennessee-9)
Cole, Thomas J. (R-Oklahoma-4)
Collins, Doug (R-Georgia-9)
Conaway, Kenneth Michael (R-Texas-11)
Connolly, Gerald (D-Virginia-11)
Cook, Paul (R-California-8)
Cooper, Jim (D-Tennessee-5)
Costa, James Manuel (D-California-16)
Courtney, Joseph (D-Connecticut-2)
Crawford, Eric A. (R-Arkansas-1)
Cuellar, Henry R. (D-Texas-28)
Davidson, Warren (R-Ohio-8)
Davis, Daniel K. (D-Illinois-7)
Davis, Rodney L. (R-Illinois-13)
Davis, Susan A. (D-California-53)
DeFazio, Peter A. (D-Oregon-4)
DeGette, Diana (D-Colorado-1)
DeLauro, Rosa L. (D-Connecticut-3)
DeSaulnier, Mark J. (D-California-11)
DelBene, Suzan K. (D-Washington-1)
DesJarlais, Scott (R-Tennessee-4)
Diaz-Balart, Mario (R-Florida-25)
Dingell, Deborah A. (D-Michigan-12)
Doggett, Lloyd Alton (D-Texas-35)
Duncan, Jeffrey D. (R-South Carolina-3)
Emmer, Thomas E. (R-Minnesota-6)
Engel, Eliot L. (D-New York-16)
Eshoo, Anna G. (D-California-18)
Fleischmann, Charles (R-Tennessee-3)
Flores, William H. (R-Texas-17)
Fortenberry, Jeff (R-Nebraska-1)
Foster, Bill (D-Illinois-11)
Foxx, Virginia A. (R-North Carolina-5)
Fudge, Marcia L. (D-Ohio-11)
Gabbard, Tulsi (D-Hawaii-2)
Gallego, Ruben M. (D-Arizona-7)
Garamendi, John (D-California-3)
Gibbs, Bob (R-Ohio-7)
Gohmert, Louie (R-Texas-1)
Gosar, Paul (R-Arizona-4)
Granger, Kay (R-Texas-12)
Graves, Garret (R-Louisiana-6)
Graves, John Thomas (R-Georgia-14)
Graves, Samuel B. (R-Missouri-6)
Green, Al (D-Texas-9)
Griffith, H. Morgan (R-Virginia-9)
Grijalva, Raul M. (D-Arizona-3)
Grothman, Glenn (R-Wisconsin-6)
Guthrie, Brett (R-Kentucky-2)
Harris, Andrew P. (R-Maryland-1)
Hartzler, Vicky J. (R-Missouri-4)
Hastings, Alcee L. (D-Florida-2)
Heck, Dennis (D-Washington-1)
Herrera Beutler, Jaime (R-Washington-3)
Hice, Jody B. (R-Georgia-1)
Higgins, Brian M. (D-New York-26)
Hill, James French (R-Arkansas-2)
Himes, Jim (D-Connecticut-4)
Hoyer, Steny H. (D-Maryland-5)
Hudson, Richard (R-North Carolina-8)
Huffman, Jared (D-California-2)
Huizenga, William P. (R-Michigan-2)
Hunter, Duncan D. (R-California-5)
Hurd, William B. (R-Texas-23)
Jackson Lee, Sheila (D-Texas-18)
Jeffries, Hakeem (D-New York-8)
Johnson, Bill (R-Ohio-6)
Johnson, Eddie Bernice (D-Texas-3)
Johnson, Hank (D-Georgia-4)
Jordan, Jim (R-Ohio-4)
Joyce, David (R-Ohio-14)
Kaptur, Marcy (D-Ohio-9)
Katko, John (R-New York-24)
Keating, William (D-Massachusetts-9)
Kelly, Robin L. (D-Illinois-2)
Kelly, Trent (R-Mississippi-1)
Kennedy, Joseph P. (D-Massachusetts-4)
Kildee, Daniel T. (D-Michigan-5)
Kilmer, Derek C. (D-Washington-6)
Kind, Ron (D-Wisconsin-3)
King, Peter T. (R-New York-2)
King, Steven A. (R-Iowa-4)
Kinzinger, Adam D. (R-Illinois-16)
Kuster, Ann (D-New Hampshire-2)
LaHood, Darin M. (R-Illinois-18)
LaMalfa, Douglas L. (R-California-1)
Lamborn, Douglas L. (R-Colorado-5)
Langevin, James R. (D-Rhode Island-2)
Larsen, Rick (D-Washington-2)
Larson, John B. (D-Connecticut-1)
Latta, Robert E. (R-Ohio-5)
Lawrence, Brenda L. (D-Michigan-14)
Lee, Barbara (D-California-13)
Lewis, John (D-Georgia-5)
Lieu, Ted W. (D-California-33)
Lipinski, Daniel (D-Illinois-3)
Loebsack, David W. (D-Iowa-2)
Lofgren, Zoe (D-California-19)
Long, William (R-Missouri-7)
Loudermilk, Barry D. (R-Georgia-11)
Lowenthal, Alan S. (D-California-47)
Lowey, Nita M. (D-New York-17)
Lucas, Frank D. (R-Oklahoma-3)
Luetkemeyer, Blaine (R-Missouri-3)
Lujan, Ben Ray (D-New Mexico-3)
Lynch, Stephen F. (D-Massachusetts-8)
Maloney, Carolyn B. (D-New York-12)
Maloney, Sean Patrick (D-New York-18)
Marchant, Kenny E. (R-Texas-24)
Massie, Thomas H. (R-Kentucky-4)
Matsui, Doris O. (D-California-6)
McCarthy, Kevin O. (R-California-23)
McCaul, Michael T. (R-Texas-1)
McClintock, Thomas M. (R-California-4)
McCollum, Betty (D-Minnesota-4)
McGovern, James (D-Massachusetts-2)
McHenry, Patrick T. (R-North Carolina-1)
McKinley, David (R-West Virginia-1)
McMorris Rodgers, Cathy A. (R-Washington-5)
McNerney, Gerald M. (D-California-9)
Meadows, Mark S. (R-North Carolina-11)
Meeks, Gregory W. (D-New York-5)
Meng, Grace (D-New York-6)
Moolenaar, John R. (R-Michigan-4)
Mooney, Alexander X. (R-West Virginia-2)
Moore, Gwen S. (D-Wisconsin-4)
Moulton, Seth W. (D-Massachusetts-6)
Mullin, Markwayne (R-Oklahoma-2)
Nadler, Jerrold (D-New York-1)
Napolitano, Grace F. (D-California-32)
Neal, Richard E. (D-Massachusetts-1)
Newhouse, Daniel M. (R-Washington-4)
Norcross, Donald W. (D-New Jersey-1)
Norton, Eleanor Holmes (D-District of Columbia-1)
Nunes, Devin (R-California-22)
Olson, Peter G. (R-Texas-22)
Palazzo, Steven M. (R-Mississippi-4)
Pallone, Frank J. (D-New Jersey-6)
Palmer, Gary J. (R-Alabama-6)
Pascrell, William J. (D-New Jersey-9)
Payne, Donald M. (D-New Jersey-1)
Pelosi, Nancy P. (D-California-12)
Perlmutter, Edwin G. (D-Colorado-7)
Peters, Scott H. (D-California-52)
Peterson, Collin C. (D-Minnesota-7)
Pingree, Chellie (D-Maine-1)
Plaskett, Stacey M. (D-Virgin Islands-1)
Pocan, Mark (D-Wisconsin-2)
Posey, Bill (R-Florida-8)
Price, David E. (D-North Carolina-4)
Quigley, Michael (D-Illinois-5)
Radewagen, Amata Coleman (R-American Samoa-1)
Ratcliffe, John (R-Texas-4)
Reed, Thomas W. (R-New York-23)
Rice, Hugh Thompson (R-South Carolina-7)
Rice, Kathleen M. (D-New York-4)
Richmond, Cedric L. (D-Louisiana-2)
Roby, Martha (R-Alabama-2)
Roe, Phil (R-Tennessee-1)
Rogers, Harold (R-Kentucky-5)
Rogers, Michael D. (R-Alabama-3)
Rouzer, David (R-North Carolina-7)
Roybal-Allard, Lucille (D-California-4)
Ruiz, Raul (D-California-36)
Ruppersberger, Charles A. (D-Maryland-2)
Rush, Bobby L. (D-Illinois-1)
Ryan, Tim (D-Ohio-13)
Sablan, Gregorio K. (D-Northern Mariana Islands-1)
Sanchez, Linda T. (D-California-38)
Sarbanes, John P. (D-Maryland-3)
Scalise, Stephen J. (R-Louisiana-1)
Schakowsky, Jan (D-Illinois-9)
Schiff, Adam B. (D-California-28)
Schrader, Kurt (D-Oregon-5)
Schweikert, David (R-Arizona-6)
Scott, David A. (D-Georgia-13)
Scott, James Austin (R-Georgia-8)
Scott, Robert C. (D-Virginia-3)
Sensenbrenner, Frank James (R-Wisconsin-5)
Serrano, Jose E. (D-New York-15)
Sewell, Terrycina A. (D-Alabama-7)
Sherman, Bradley J. (D-California-3)
Shimkus, John M. (R-Illinois-15)
Simpson, Michael K. (R-Idaho-2)
Sires, Albio (D-New Jersey-8)
Smith, Adam (D-Washington-9)
Smith, Adrian M. (R-Nebraska-3)
Smith, Christopher H. (R-New Jersey-4)
Smith, Jason T. (R-Missouri-8)
Speier, Karen L. (D-California-14)
Stefanik, Elise M. (R-New York-21)
Stewart, Christopher D. (R-Utah-2)
Stivers, Steven E. (R-Ohio-15)
Swalwell, Eric M. (D-California-15)
Takano, Mark A. (D-California-41)
Thompson, Bennie G. (D-Mississippi-2)
Thompson, Charles M. (D-California-5)
Thornberry, William M. (R-Texas-13)
Tipton, Scott R. (R-Colorado-3)
Titus, Alice C. (D-Nevada-1)
Tonko, Paul D. (D-New York-2)
Torres, Norma J. (D-California-35)
Turner, Michael R. (R-Ohio-1)
Upton, Frederick S. (R-Michigan-6)
Vargas, Juan C. (D-California-51)
Veasey, Marc (D-Texas-33)
Vela, Filemon B. (D-Texas-34)
Velázquez, Nydia M. (D-New York-7)
Visclosky, Peter J. (D-Indiana-1)
Wagner, Ann L. (R-Missouri-2)
Walberg, Timothy L. (R-Michigan-7)
Walden, Gregory P. (R-Oregon-2)
Walker, Bradley Mark (R-North Carolina-6)
Walorski, Jackie (R-Indiana-2)
Wasserman Schultz, Deborah (D-Florida-23)
Waters, Maxine M. (D-California-43)
Watson Coleman, Bonnie (D-New Jersey-12)
Weber, Randy (R-Texas-14)
Welch, Peter F. (D-Vermont-1)
Wenstrup, Brad R. (R-Ohio-2)
Westerman, Bruce E. (R-Arkansas-4)
Williams, John Roger (R-Texas-25)
Wilson, Addison G. (R-South Carolina-2)
Wilson, Frederica S. (D-Florida-24)
Wittman, Robert J. (R-Virginia-1)
Womack, Stephen A. (R-Arkansas-3)
Woodall, William Robert (R-Georgia-7)
Yarmuth, John A. (D-Kentucky-3)
Yoho, Theodore S. (R-Florida-3)
Young, Donald E. (R-Alaska-1)
Zeldin, Lee M. (R-New York-1)

H.R. 6094 On Passage: H R 6094 Regulatory Relief for Small Businesses, Schools, and Nonprofits Act (9/28/2016)

This legislation would delay implementation of the Department of Labor's new overtime rules by six months, from December 1, 2016 to June 1, 2017. back to top...

H.R. 644 On Agreeing to the Conference Report: H R 644 Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 (12/11/2015)

As known as the Customs Bill, this legislation authorizes funding for U.S. Customs and Border Protection. back to top...

H.R. 1314 Concurring in portion of senate amendment preceding title II: H R 1314 Trade Act of 2015 (6/12/2015)

The Trade Act of 2015 establishes Trade Promotion Authority (TPA). TPA would set negotiating objectives for the President in free trade agreements, provide enhanced transparency and oversight of negotiations and provide for an up or down vote in Congress.  back to top...

H.Res. 305 On Agreeing to the Resolution: H RES 305 Providing for consideration of the Senate Amendment to H.R. 1314, to provide for a right to an administrative appeal relating to adverse determinations of tax (6/11/2015)

H.Res. 305 established the rules to govern consideration of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and other trade legislation. TPA would set negotiating objectives for the President in free trade agreements (FTA), provide Congress with enhanced transparency and oversight of the negotiations and provide for an up or down vote in Congress when an FTA is completed.  back to top...

H.R. 2 On Passage: H R 2 Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (3/26/2015)

H.R. 2 is a bipartisan compromise that fixes how Medicare pays for doctor services. It also included solid NRF-supported Medicare reform measures and reauthorizes the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for two years. This good government measure impacts retail as it is a marker of constructive reform that will encourage future bipartisan action on changes to the Affordable Care Act.  back to top...

H.R. 596 On Passage: H R 596 To repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and health care-related provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, and for other purposes (2/3/2015)

H.R. 596 would repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and restore provisions of the law that had been amended by the ACA.  back to top...

H.R. 30 On Passage: H R 30 Save American Workers Act of 2015 (1/8/2015)

H.R. 30 strikes the Affordable Care Act 30-hour definition of benefit eligibility in favor of the more traditional 40-hour workweek.  back to top...

S.J.Res. 8 On Passage: S J RES 8 Providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the National Labor Relations Board relating to representation cas (3/19/2015)

S.J. Res. 8 would allow Congress to essentially nullify the ruling of December 2014 from the National Labor Relations Board that shortens the timeframe for union representation elections to as little as 14 days.  back to top...

H.R. 636 On Passage: H R 636 America’s Small Business Tax Relief Act of 2015 (2/13/2015)

H.R. 636 permanently extends expensing for small businesses under levels set by Internal Revenue Code Section 179, which expired at the end of 2014. The bill gives small business owners more access to capital to invest in their businesses.  back to top...

H.R. 2146 On Motion to Concur in Senate Amendment With Amendment: H R 2146 To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow Federal law enforcement officers, firefighters, and air traffic controllers to make (6/18/2015)

The Trade Act of 2015 establishes Trade Promotion Authority (TPA). TPA would set negotiating objectives for the President in free trade agreements, provide enhanced transparency and oversight of negotiations and provide for an up or down vote in Congress. back to top...

H.Res. 321 On Agreeing to the Resolution: H RES 321 Providing for consideration of the Senate Amendment to the bill (H.R. 2146) to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow Federal law enforcement officer (6/18/2015)

H.Res. 321 established the rules to govern consideration of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and other trade legislation.  back to top...

H.R. 3762 On Passage: H R 3762 Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act of 2015 (10/23/2015)

This legislation would repeal the Affordable Care Act, including the components that adversely affect the retail community: the employer mandate, the Cadillac Tax and automatic enrollment provisions. back to top...

H.R. 22 On Agreeing to the Conference Report: H R 22 To authorize funds for Federal-aid highways, highway safety programs, and transit programs, and for other purposes (12/3/2015)

This legislation is a five-year surface transportation reauthorization bill that brings predictability to our nation's infrastructure projects. It includes several key NRF priorities inlcudes a port performance statistics program, which is essential to addressing congestion issues at the nation's ports and increase efficiency in retailers' supply chains.  The bill also established a multimodal freight transportation policy to strengthen the nation's freight infrastructure and meet the growing needs of the system. back to top...

H.R. 2029 On Concurring in Senate Amdt with Amdt Specified in Section 3(a) of H.Res. 566: H R 2029 Making appropriations for military construction, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and related agencies for t (12/18/2015)

This is the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, which provides funding for the government, also known as the Omnibus. back to top...

H.R. 2029 On Concurring in Senate Amdt with Amdt Specified in Section 3(b) of H.Res. 566: H R 2029 Making appropriations for military construction, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and related agencies for t (12/17/2015)

This is the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH), which included important tax provisions that will have a significant, positive impact on the retail industry.  Included are: 15 year depreciable life for retail, restaurant and leasehold improvements and new restaurant construction is made permanent; bonus depreciation is extended for 5 years, but phased out during that time period; Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is extended for 5 years and is modified beginning in 2016 to apply to employers who hire long-term unemployed individuals, with an increase in the credit amount for those hires; and Section 179 expensing for small businesses is made permanent.  The legislation also included a two-year delay of the so-called Cadillac Tax on high value health and benefit plans. back to top...

House Committee on Financial Services vote on H.R. 2205, Data Security Act of 2015

This bill would impose security standards designed for financial institutions on virtually every other business, including retailers, in the U.S. economy.   back to top...

House Committee on Financial Services vote on H.R. 5983, the Financial Choice Act

The bill would repeal large portions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, including repeal of the debit swipe fee reforms - also known as the Durbin amendment. back to top...