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1. Prohibiting Border Wall Funding
(Votes Lookup at Roll Call #37)
Voting 230-197, the House on Jan. 16, 2019, adopted an amendment that would prohibit the Department of Homeland Security and Army Corps of Engineers from using disaster-relief appropriations (HR 268) for planning, developing or building President Trump's proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall. A yes vote was to bar the funding.

2. Upholding Trump Border Veto
(Votes Lookup at Roll Call #127)
The House on March 26, 2019, failed to override President Trump's veto of a measure (HJ Res 46) nullifying his declared national emergency on the southwest border, which he used to divert $3.6 billion from military projects to building a wall and other barriers. The 248-181 tally fell short of the two-thirds majority needed for an override. A yes vote was to overturn the veto.

3. Offering Potential Legal Status to 'Dreamers'
(Votes Lookup at Roll Call #240)
The House on June 4, 2019, voted, 237-187, to grant permanent legal status and a path to citizenship to as many as 2.1 million "dreamers" who were brought illegally to the United States as children and faced potential deportation under a Trump administration directive later upheld by the Supreme Court. The bill (HR 6) would grant relief to undocumented aliens who were younger than 18 when they entered the United States; have been continuously present in the United States for at least four years; have clean law enforcement records and have received a high school or equivalent degree and met other conditions. A yes vote was to pass the bill.

  U.S. House

Agreeing to Articles I & II
Vote #695  Vote #696  12/18/2019

  U.S. Senate

Acquittal on Articles I & II
Vote #33  Vote #34  02/05/2020

Prohibiting Witnesses at Trial
Vote #27 01/31/2020

Rejecting Bolton as Witness
Vote #22 01/22/2020

Rejecting Mulvaney as Witness
Vote #18 01/21/2020

Nixing Roberts Witness Role
Vote #25 01/22/2020