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How the Michigan congressional delegation voted

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the debt limit deal reached by President Obama and the Republican leaders of both houses of Congress on Monday night by a surprisingly easy 269-161 vote . Passage in the Senate is virtually assured

Jul 31, 2020
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The U.S. House of Representatives passed the debt limit deal reached by President Obama and the Republican leaders of both houses of Congress on Monday night by a surprisingly easy 269-161 vote. Passage in the Senate is virtually assured. Here’s how the Michigan delegation voted:
Dan Benishek – Yes.
Dave Camp – Yes.
John Dingell – Yes.
Bill Huizenga – Yes.
Dale Kildee – Yes.
Sander Levin – Yes.
Thad McCotter – Yes.
Candice Miller – Yes.
Mike Rogers – Yes.
Fred Upton – Yes.
Tim Walberg – Yes.
Justin Amash – No.
Hansen Clarke – No.
John Conyers – No.
Gary Peters – No.
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