Justin Amash

Justin Amash

  • R-MI, 3rd District2011 – present
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Lifetime Score 100%

2011: 100%
2012: 100%
2013: 100%
2014: 100%
2015: 100%
2016: 100%
2017: 100%

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2017: 115th Congress 100%

  • 1: On Passage: REINS Act - H.R. 26Yea

    Key Vote 1: On Passage: REINS Act - H.R. 26

    Introduced by Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act requires congressional approval for economically significant rules promulgated by federal regulatory agencies. Rules defined as economically significant have an annual impact of $100 million or more. The Obama administration finalized more than 600 economically significant rules in less than eight years. The REINS Act brings a crucial check on executive power, reduces the influence of federal regulatory agencies, and begins to reclaim Congress’ constitutional power as the sole lawmaking authority under the Constitution.

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  • 2: On Passage: Regulatory Accountability Act - H.R. 5Yea

    Key Vote 2: On Passage: Regulatory Accountability Act - H.R. 5

    Introduced by Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), the Regulatory Accountability Act seeks to reform the regulatory process, making it more transparent for the American people and more accountable to Congress. It also includes language to reverse the Chevron deference, which has been used by regulatory agencies to enact law without judicial review.

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