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Sen. Lamar Alexander

Sen. Lamar Alexander

Tennessee Congressional delegation

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Sen. Lamar Alexander: key health care votes

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A joint resolution providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of Labor, and Secretary of Health and Human Services relating to "Short-Term, Limited Duration Insurance" [more]

Sen. Alexander voted No, which we score as unfavorable.
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On the Amendment S.Amdt. 667 to S.Amdt. 267 to H.R. 1628 (American Health Care Act of 2017) [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as unfavorable.
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On the Amendment S.Amdt. 271 to S.Amdt. 267 to H.R. 1628 (American Health Care Act of 2017) [more]

Sen. Alexander voted No, which we score as a pro-consumer vote.
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This was the first Senate vote on a proposal to repeal and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA; aka Obamacare). The proposal at issue in this vote was the Better Care Reconciliation Act with additional provisions by Sen. Ted Cruz. [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as unfavorable.
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July 25, 2017

S 1628: Motion to Proceed on H.R. 1628: American Health Care Act of 2017

Status: House motion to proceed agreed to

This was the first Senate vote on repealing or replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA; aka Obamacare). This was a procedural vote to bring the House health care bill H.R. 1628 to the floor for debate so that amendments could be subsequently proposed. [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as unfavorable.
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January 12, 2017

S 3: A budget resolution to begin the process of repealing the ACA.

Status: House concurrent resolution agreed to

On the Concurrent Resolution S.Con.Res. 3 [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as unfavorable.
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On Passage of the Bill H.R. 3762 [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as unfavorable.
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On the Cloture Motion S.Amdt. 2328 to S.Amdt. 2327 to S.Amdt. 2266 to H.R. 22 [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as unfavorable.
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February 2, 2011

S 223: Repealing the Health Care Bill

Status: House motion rejected

Repeal of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as unfavorable.
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These were House amendments to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, making financing and revenue changes. It made some adjustments to the health reform bill to mollify House Democrats who had sought a more aggressive reform bill [more]

Sen. Alexander voted No, which we score as unfavorable.
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December 24, 2009

S 3590: Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Status: House bill passed

On Passage of the Bill H.R. 3590 [more]

Sen. Alexander voted No, which we score as unfavorable.
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December 15, 2009

S 3590: Authorizing Importation of Prescription Drugs

Status: House amendment rejected

On the Amendment S.Amdt. 2793 to S.Amdt. 2786 to H.R. 3590 (Service Members Home Ownership Tax Act of 2009) [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as a pro-consumer vote.
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December 3, 2009

S 3590: Preventive Services Coverage Requirements

Status: House amendment agreed to

This bill would have been an amendment to health care reform, which was approved later in December. Some of these provisions ended up in the final reform bill. [more]

Sen. Alexander voted No, which we score as unfavorable.
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On Passage of the Bill H.R. 2 [more]

Sen. Alexander voted Yes, which we score as a pro-consumer vote.

Blog posts mentioning Sen. Lamar Alexander

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The Senate’s Obamacare repeal bill: a cheat sheet

The Senate’s Obamacare repeal bill: a cheat sheet

May. 26, 2017 — The Senate is working on its own version of repeal-and-replace legislation. Here's what happens next ... and how you can react.

6 ways you can resist ‘insta-repeal’ of Obamacare

6 ways you can resist ‘insta-repeal’ of Obamacare

Jan. 12, 2017 — What can you do to protect the ACA's hard-won benefits – 12 million people enrolled in health plans in the ACA marketplace, another 12 million insured via the law's expansion of Medicaid? A lot, as it turns out.