Pete Sessions was busy this week, voting against the interests of most Americans, who favor raising the minimum wage, implementing the 911 Commission reforms, keeping drug prices low, and using unwanted frozen embryos to cure disease, instead of just throwing them away. Yep, our Pete would rather destroy embryos than use the stem cells as a possible cure for such conditions as juvenile diabetes.
Pete Sessions voted NO to the Medicare Prescription Drug Price Negotiation Act Vote Passed (255-170, 10 Not Voting) This House bill would require the government to negotiate Medicare prescription drug prices with pharmaceutical companies.
Pete Sessions voted NO to the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act Vote Passed (253-174, 8 Not Voting)This House bill would expand federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. - Vote Passed (253-174, 8 Not Voting) This House bill would expand federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.
Pete Sessions voted NOto the Fair Minimum Wage Act Vote Passed (315-116, 4 Not Voting)This House bill would raise the minimum wage from $5.15 per hour to $7.25 over the next two years.
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Implementing the 9/11Commission Recommendations Act Vote Passed (299-128, 8 Not Voting)This House bill is intended to implement the remaining 9/11 Commission homeland security recommendations.
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