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Indiana House Congressional Delegation Votes 7-2 for ‘No More Solyndras’ Act (H.R. 6213); Link to Roll Call to See How They Voted September 19, 2012

Posted by Laura Arnold in Uncategorized.
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Dear Indiana DG Readers:

For some background on this issue, see Loan Guarantees for Clean Energy. You might want to have this handy when you contact your Member of Congress to discuss their vote on this important issue.

By the way, if you contact your Member of Congress about their vote on this legislation AND you receive a written response, please share it with me and our readers. Deal?

Laura Ann Arnold, Mailto:Laura.Arnold@indianadg.net

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 9/14/2012 to pass the ‘No More Solyndras Act’. H.R.6213: To limit further taxpayer exposure from the loan guarantee program established under title XVII of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Overall, the breakdown was as follows:

Ayes: 245 (Democrat: 22, Republican 223)

Nayes: 161 (Democrat: 157; Republican 4)

Abstained: 23 (Democrat 11; Republican 12)

The breakdown of how the Indiana House Congressional Delegation voted is as follows:

Rep. Peter Viscloskey [D, IN-1] Nay

Rep. Joe Donnelly [D, IN-2] Aye (Note: Donnelly is not seeking re-election to the U.S. House but is running for the U.S. Seante instead.)

Rep. Marlin Stutzman [R, IN-3] Aye

Rep. Todd Rokita [R, IN-4] Aye

Rep. Dan Burton [R, IN-5] Aye (Note: Burton is not seeking re-election and is retiring from the U.S. Congress

Rep. Mike Pence [R, IN-6] Aye

Rep. Andre Carson [D, IN-7] Nay

Rep. Larry Bucshon [R, IN-8] Aye

Rep. Todd Young [R, IN-9] Aye

To get more details on how your Member of Congress voted on this issue, visit http://www.opencongress.org/vote/2012/h/584

There has been a lot written about the failure of Solyndra. Just Google Solyndra and you will find all kinds of articles.

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