Ralph Norman

Ralph Norman

  • R-SC, 5th District2017 – present
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2017: 115th Congress N/A

Rep. Norman has not been scored for 2017 because he did not enter the House until June 26.

  • 13: On Agreeing to the Amendment: McClintock Amendment to H.R. 2810Yea

    Key Vote 13: On Agreeing to the Amendment: McClintock Amendment to H.R. 2810

    Sponsored by Rep. Tom McClintock (R-Calif,), the amendment would strike the proposed prohibition against another round of Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). A 2013 report by the conservative American Enterprise Institute (AEI) estimated that the first four rounds of BRAC save approximately $8 billion annually. The 2005 BRAC is saving nearly $4 billion annually.

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  • 14: On Agreeing to the Amendment: Gosar Amendment to H.R. 2810Yea

    Key Vote 14: On Agreeing to the Amendment: Gosar Amendment to H.R. 2810

    Sponsored by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), the amendment would require that Secretary of Labor conduct determinations for the prevailing wage for defense-related construction projects. Currently, the Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division uses survey data that is unreliable and inflates the prevailing wage. The amendment would lower the cost of defense-related construction projects, saving taxpayers money.

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  • 15: On Passage: H.J.Res. 111 - Resolution of Disapproval Against the CFPB's Arbitration RuleYea

    Key Vote 15: On Passage: H.J.Res. 111 - Resolution of Disapproval Against the CFPB's Arbitration Rule

    This resolution of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act (CRA) would cancel the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) arbitration rule. The CFPB’s arbitration rule is a giveaway to trial lawyers. The rule ostensibly bans contractual arbitration clauses related to consumer financial products offered by banks and other financial sector firms. This severely limits consumers’ ability to enter into arbitration during disputes. Trbitration is an easier and quicker process for consumers to resolve issues, but lawyers don’t make much money from this process. The rule, however, will encourage trial lawyers to pursue more class-action lawsuits, which take longer and result in smaller payouts to consumers.

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