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Alabama Delegation Report Card House of Representatives Member (District)

Co Sponsor Vote HR 1081 HR 1081 (Interchange) (Interchange)

Co Sponsor HR 1418 (MBL)

Jo Bonner (1)

Y

Martha Roby (2)

N

N

Mike Rogers (3)

N

N

Robert Aderholt (4)

N

N

Mo Brooks (5)

N

N

Spencer Bachus (6)

N

N

Terri Sewell (7)

N

N

Vote HR 1418 MBL

U.S. Senate Member

Co Sponsor Vote S 575 S 575 (Interchange) (Interchange)

Co Sponsor S 509 (MBL)

Senator Richard Shelby

N

Y

N

Senator Jeff Sessions

Y

Y

N

Vote S509 (MBL)

Y

Indicates that the lawmaker either voted with, or took action requested, in support of the credit union position.

N

Indicates that the lawmaker either voted against the credit union position, or in the case of a co-sponsorship, has not yet cosponsored requested legislation. Co-sponsorships are continuously updated as new co-sponsors to legislation are added. Indicates that the issue has not yet been available for the lawmaker to support or fail to support the credit union position.


Florida Delegation Report Card House of Representatives

Member (District)

Co Sponsor Vote HR 1081 HR 1081 (Interchange) (Interchange)

Co Sponsor HR 1418 (MBL)

Jeff Miller (1)

Y

Y

Steve Southerland (2)

N

N

Corrine Brown (3)

N

N

Ander Crenshaw (4)

N

N

Richard Nugent (5)

N

N

Cliff Sterns (6)

N

N

John Mica (7)

N

N

Daniel Webster (8)

N

N

Gus Bilirakis (9)

N

Y

Bill Young (10)

N

Y

Kathy Castor (11)

N

N

Dennis Ross (12)

N

Y

Vern Buchanan (13)

N

N

Connie Mack (14)

N

N

Bill Posey (15)

N

Y

Tom Rooney (16)

N

N

Fredrica Wilson (17)

N

N

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (18)

N

N

Ted Deutch (19)

N

N

Vote HR 1418 (MBL)


Member (District)

Co Sponsor Vote HR 1081 HR 1081 (Interchange) (Interchange)

Co Sponsor HR 1418 (MBL)

Debbie W – Shultz (20)

Y

N

Mario Diaz-Balart (21)

N

N

Allen West (22)

Y

N

Alcee Hasting (23)

Y

N

Sandy Adams (24)

N

N

David Rivera (25)

Y

N

Vote HR 1418 (MBL)

U.S. Senate Member

Co Sponsor Vote S 575 S 575 (Interchange) (Interchange)

Co Sponsor SB 509 (MBL)

Senator Bill Nelson

Y

Y

Y

Senator Marco Rubio

N

Y

N

Vote S509 (MBL)

Y

indicates that the lawmaker either voted with, or took action requested, in support of the credit union position.

N

Indicates that the lawmaker either voted against the credit union position, or in the case of a co-sponsorship, has not yet cosponsored requested legislation. Co-sponsorships are continuously updated as new cosponsors to legislation are added. Indicates that the issue has not yet been before the lawmaker and available for the lawmaker to support or fail to support the credit union position.


Explanation of Issues Reported:

Cosponsor HR 1081 / SB 575 – HR 1081 and S 575 are legislative remedies to the Interchange Provision of the Dodd-Frank Act. Both of these bills would place a moratorium on the Federal Reserve Issuing final Interchange Regulations and require a study of the impact. The League strongly supports this legislation. A Y on co-sponsorship is support of the credit union position. Vote on HR 1081 / SB 575 – A Y vote in favor of HR 1081 / S 575 will be a vote to delay implementation and study the impact of the Interchange Regulations of Dodd-Frank, a and is a vote in support of the credit union position. Cosponsor HR 1418 / S509 – Under current law, the ability of credit unions to make small business loans to their members (Member Business Loans) is limited to 12.25% of the assets of the credit union. This unnecessarily and artificially limits the ability of credit unions to serve the loan needs of many small businesses within their fields of membership and their geographic areas. Allowing credit unions to double their current legal limit would inject $14 billion in new small business capital, creating over 100,000 new jobs, in the first year of having increased lending authority. HR 1418 and S509 increase the current limit from 12.25% to 27.5% of assets. This legislation is supported by credit unions and numerous small business groups. A Y on co-sponsorship indicates support of the credit union position. Vote on HR 1418 / S509 – A Y vote on HR 1418 and S509 is a vote to give credit unions increased authority to make member business loans as described above, and is a vote in support of the credit union position.


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