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Q: Selected Congressional votes in 20th Century ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Selected Congressional votes in 20th Century
Category: Reference, Education and News
Asked by: civitas-ga
List Price: $150.00
Posted: 13 Sep 2006 12:06 PDT
Expires: 13 Oct 2006 11:37 PDT
Question ID: 764953
I am doing some research for the current political campaign.  I would
be interested in some votes in the U.S. Congress over the past
seventy-five years.  If you could help me, I would be most
First I will tell you the nine issues for which I would want the
votes.  Then I will tell you the way in which I would like the votes
to be broken down.
Here are the issues for which I would want the votes:

1.	Social Security Act of 1935  
2.	Civil Rights Act of 1964
3.	Voting Rights Act of 1965
4.	Fair Housing Act of 1968
5.	Medicare (1965)
6.	Medicaid (1965)
7.	Minimum Wage (1938)
8.	Establishment of the Environmental Protection Administration (1970)
9.	Passage of the Occupational, Safety, & Health Administration (O.S.H.A.)  (1970)

To the best of your ability, please analyze the votes with the
following considerations:

1.	Total votes in the House of Representatives and the Senate
2.	Votes by party in the House of Representatives and the Senate
3.	Votes by Democrats divided into those who are ?Southern Democrats?
and those who are ?Northern Democrats?
4.	Were there votes on ?cloture? (closing debate with the consent of
2/3 of the members present and voting) prior to the final votes on the
issues?  If so, what were the breakdowns by party on these votes?
5.	Were there any other votes prior to the final vote on each of these
bills where the party alliances were considerably different from those
in the final vote?

Request for Question Clarification by czh-ga on 26 Sep 2006 14:04 PDT
Hello civitas-ga,

As posted, I think your chances of getting an answer are slim to none.
No researcher is likely to attempt to answer your question as posed
because the likelihood of not finding all of the information for all
of the topics is extremely high and researchers can't post incomplete
answers. Further, each of your topics is a separate multi-part
research project that you've priced at less than $20 each. Unless the
information can be located quickly, researchers are likely to pass on
such questions.

I suggest that you close this question and post a separate question
for each of the nine issues you're researching. That way you increase
the odds that you will get at least a partial answer. Also, several
researchers could be working on your questions at the same time. Just
a suggestion.

All the best.

~ czh ~
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