Elise Stefanik votes for Veteran’s Access to Child Care Act
By ABRAHAM KENMORE
PUBLISHED: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2019
U.S. Rep. Elise M. Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, voted on five bills in roll-call votes last week.
One of the bills, the Veterans’ Access to Child Care Act, included an amendment from fellow New York Rep. Antonio Delgado, D-Rhinebeck, that was co-led by Ms. Stefanik.
“The Veterans’ Access to Child Care Act is an important first step in providing veterans with free child care during VA health care appointments,” Ms. Stefanik was quoted as saying in a press release. “I was proud to co-lead an amendment to this bill that would allow veterans to access child care during emergency mental health services.”
The amendment passed unanimously.
The following roundup only includes roll-call votes, as other kinds of votes — like voice votes — are not recorded. Procedural votes are not included.
Ms. Stefanik voted to suspend the rules and pass the Reviving America’s Scenic Byways Act. It passed, 404-19.
She voted to suspend the rules and pass the Route 66 Centennial Commission Act. It passed, 399-22.
She voted to suspend the rules and pass, as amended, the Preventing Crimes Against Veterans Act of 2019. It passed, 417-0.
She voted to suspend the rules and pass the Put Trafficking Victims First Act of 2019.
She voted for the Veterans’ Access to Child Care Act. It passed, 400-9.
Ms. Stefanik also voted on two amendments to the Veterans’ Access to Child Care Act.
She voted for the Sherrill of New Jersey Amendment No. 19. It passed, 401-19.
She voted against the Bergman of Michigan Amendment No. 4. It failed, 172-246.
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