Scorecard, 116th Congress (2019-2020)

Legend: = supports NRF's position; = opposes NRF's position; = absent; blank = no data;
Name H.R.
5430
S.
803
S.
577
S.
1996
S.
899
S.
1895
S.
1510
S.
1306
S.
610
S.
569
Alexander, Andrew Lamar (R-Tennessee)
Baldwin, Tammy S. (D-Wisconsin)
Barrasso, John A. (R-Wyoming)
Bennet, Michael F. (D-Colorado)
Blackburn, Marsha W. (R-Tennessee)
Blumenthal, Richard (D-Connecticut)
Blunt, Roy D. (R-Missouri)
Booker, Cory A. (D-New Jersey)
Boozman, John N. (R-Arkansas)
Braun, Michael K. (R-Indiana)
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)
Cramer, Kevin J. (R-North Dakota)
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 (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)
Hawley, Joshua D. (R-Missouri)
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)
Johnson, Ronald H. (R-Wisconsin)
Jones, Gordon Douglas (D-Alabama)
Kaine, Timothy M. (D-Virginia)
Kennedy, John N. (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)
Loeffler, Kelly L. (R-Georgia)
Manchin, Joseph (D-West Virginia)
Markey, Edward J. (D-Massachusetts)
McConnell, Addison Mitchell (R-Kentucky)
McSally, Martha E. (R-Arizona)
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)
Romney, Willard Mitt (R-Utah)
Rosen, Jacklyn S. (D-Nevada)
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, Richard L. (R-Florida)
Scott, Timothy E. (R-South Carolina)
Shaheen, Cynthia Jeanne (D-New Hampshire)
Shelby, Richard C. (R-Alabama)
Sinema, Kyrsten (D-Arizona)
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. 5430 On Passage of the Bill H.R. 5430 -- H.R. 5430 (1/16/2020)

We support efforts to modernize NAFTA to reflect today’s business environment. Retailers are encouraged by some of the new and updated provisions, especially related to digital trade and customs and trade facilitation. These modernized provisions, especially related to digital trade, customs and trade facilitation, will help ensure that USMCA reflects today’s global economy and will continue to benefit the U.S. economy. Read our Key Vote letter here. NRF Position: SUPPORT back to top...

S. 803, Restoring Investment in Improvements Act

Corrects a drafting error in the TCJA of 2017 to allow retail and restaurant owners to reinvest in their businesses as Congress intended. NRF POSITION: SUPPORT

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S. 577, Import Tax Relief Act

Tariffs are taxes paid by U.S. consumers, not other governments. This bill reasserts Congress’ authority over trade and tariff policy by providing an exclusion process for tariffs proposed by the Administration. NRF POSITION: SUPPORT back to top...

S. 1996, Net Operating Loss Clarification Act

A bill to clarify the application of the net operating loss deduction – changes effective date for NOL deductions for taxpayers that have tax years that do not align with the calendar year, providing taxpayers with access to tax refunds that are owed to them which are necessary to finance daily business operations. NRF POSITION: SUPPORT back to top...

S. 899, Reclaiming Congressional Trade Authority Act

Requires the President to submit for approval of Congress future tariffs or duties imposed for national security reasons. NRF POSITION: SUPPORT back to top...

S. 1895, Lower Health Care Costs Act

Protects workers from surprise medical bills from out-of-network providers among several other significant reforms to lower health care costs. NRF POSITION: SUPPORT back to top...

S. 1510, Employee Flexibility Act

Provides flexibility for workers and employers by establishing 40 hours per week as the definition of full-time for purposes of the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act. NRF POSITION: SUPPORT back to top...

S. 1306, Protecting the Right to Organize Act

Strips away workers’ free choice in union elections and their privacy rights, interferes with employers’ ability to secure legal advice on complex labor matters, expands joint employer liability, prohibits the use of arbitration for employment matters, and strips away “secondary boycott” protections among other provisions. NRF POSITION: OPPOSE back to top...

S. 610, Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal Act

Prohibits the use of arbitration agreements, which provide a fair, efficient, and less contentious process to remedy employment, civil rights, consumer, and antitrust disputes. NRF POSITION:  OPPOSE back to top...

S. 569, DRIVE-Safe Act

The average age of a commercial truck driver is 55, leading to driver shortages that is harming commerce and economic growth for the retail and restaurant community. This legislation will allow more people to pursue a career in the transportation industry. NRF POSITION: SUPPORT back to top...