Luther Strange

Luther Strange

  • R-AL, Senator2017 – present
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  • 6: Co-Sponsors of the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, S. 16Ineligible

    Key Vote 6: Co-Sponsors of the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, S. 16

    The Federal Reserve Transparency Act instructs the Comptroller General of the United States, who serves as the director of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to complete an audit of the Federal Reserve within 12 months of its enactment. A report of the findings of the audit would be required within 90 days of its completion. The bill would require the Federal Reserve to provide information to the GAO, currently excluded from audits under 31 USC 714(b), including discussions between the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department, as well as transactions with foreign banks. Should Leader McConnell bring this bill to the floor, FreedomWorks will substitute the cosponsor key vote for the roll call vote.

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  • 7: Co-Sponsors of the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act, S. 21Ineligible

    Key Vote 7: Co-Sponsors of the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act, S. 21

    The REINS Act would require congressional approval for economically significant rules promulgated by federal regulatory agencies. Under the REINS Act, the House and Senate would have to vote on a proposed rule and the president would have to sign it before enforcement of the rule can begin. The bill would give Congress 70 days to pass a resolution to approve a rule. If a resolution is not passed, the rule cannot take effect. Should Leader McConnell bring this bill to the floor, FreedomWorks will substitute the cosponsor key vote for the roll call vote.

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  • 8: Co-Sponsors of the National Right to Work Act, S. 545Ineligible

    Key Vote 8: Co-Sponsors of the National Right to Work Act, S. 545

    The National Right to Work Act amends the National Labor Relations Act and the Railway Labor Act to ensure that no employees are required to join a union as a condition of their employment. Should Leader McConnell bring this bill to the floor, FreedomWorks will substitute the cosponsor key vote for the roll call vote.

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  • 9: Co-Sponsors of the CREATES Act, S. 974Ineligible

    Key Vote 9: Co-Sponsors of the CREATES Act, S. 974

    The CREATES Act would grant relief in court for generic and biosimilar competitors seeking FDA approval. This would clear the pathway for new drugs to enter the market, drastically reducing prices through increased competition. The cost savings stemming from this legislation could reach between 15 percent and 50 percent of current prices for impacted drugs. Should Leader McConnell bring this bill to the floor, FreedomWorks will substitute the cosponsor key vote for the roll call vote. Should Leader McConnell bring this bill to the floor, FreedomWorks will substitute the cosponsor key vote for the roll call vote.

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  • 10: Co-Sponsors of the CBO Show Your Work Act, S. 1746Ineligible

    Key Vote 10: Co-Sponsors of the CBO Show Your Work Act, S. 1746

    The CBO Show Your Work Act would require the Congressional Budget Office to make the models and data employed to produce its analyses and cost estimates, as well as any details that were used, available to Congress and on the agency’s website. This much-needed transparency will allow interested parties outside of Congress to hold the CBO accountable. Should Leader McConnell bring this bill to the floor, FreedomWorks will substitute the cosponsor key vote for the roll call vote.

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  • 11: Co-Sponsors of the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act, S. 1917Ineligible

    Key Vote 11: Co-Sponsors of the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act, S. 1917

    SRCA would provide a a comprehensive solution to the myriad of problems marring the federal criminal justice system by offering a three-faceted approach: front-end sentencing reform, back-end corrections reform, and a commission created to study the criminal justice system. These reforms, proven effective at the state level to reducing recidivism, lowering crime, and saving taxpayer dollars can and should be applied to the federal justice system. Should Leader McConnell bring this bill to the floor, FreedomWorks will substitute the cosponsor key vote for the roll call vote.

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  • 12: Co-Sponsor of the Earmark Elimination Act, S. 2330Ineligible

    Key Vote 12: Co-Sponsor of the Earmark Elimination Act, S. 2330

    The Earmark Elimination Act would make permanent the temporary moratorium on congressional earmarks put into effect in 2010 by creating a point of order against any provision within a bill that matches the definition of an earmark, and when raised would be stricken absent a two-thirds majority to override. Should Leader McConnell bring this bill to the floor, FreedomWorks will substitute the cosponsor key vote for the roll call vote.

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