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Congress at the Midterm: Their 2005 Middle-Class Record
The third annual congressional scorecard from the Drum Major Institute for Public Policy evaluates each member of the U.S. House and Senate based on their 2005 votes on select legislation of significance to current and aspiring middle-class Americans.


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Weiner [D–NY]


On the chart below, a indicates that a representative voted WITH the middle-class position (not necessarily for the legislation); an indicates that the representative voted AGAINST the middle-class position. A indicates that no vote was cast on this bill. To learn more about an individual bill and the middle-class position on it, click on the bill title below. To learn about the grading system and how the House, Senate, and major political parties did as a whole, please click here.

Score: 100

     

Grade: A

     
       
The Bills   The Middle-
Class Position
The Vote
       

Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention And Consumer Protection Act Of 2005 [S 256]

  NO

Border Protection, Antiterrorism, And Illegal Immigration Control Act [Hr 4437]

  NO

Class Action Fairness Act [S 5]

  NO

Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act [Hr 8]

  NO

Deficit Reduction Act Of 2005 [S 1932 / H.res. 653]

  NO

Dominican Republic-central America-United States Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act [Hr 3045]

  NO

Energy Policy Act Of 2005 [Hr 6]

  NO

Small Business Health Fairness Act Of 2005 [Hr 525]

  NO

To read the entire report, please click here.