Motion to Concur on a Bill That Gives More Tax Cuts for the Wealthy and Corporations

Dec. 20, 2018 | H.R. 88

This motion to concur on a bill that gives more tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations—The Retirement, Savings and Other Tax Relief Act (H.R. 88)—is an excuse to cut critical priorities for working people such as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, infrastructure, and education in the future. The Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation estimate that H.R. 88 would cost $54.7 billion over 10 years. In addition, H.R. 88 includes handouts and favors to narrowly tailored and wealthy special interests. The motion to concur passed the House on Dec. 20, 2018.

This is Bad for working people.

Vote result: Passed

YEAs: 220
NAYs: 183

Legislator Sort descending State District Party Vote
Rep. Ralph Abraham
LA
5 Republican Yes
Rep. Alma Adams
NC
12 Democrat No
Rep. Robert B. Aderholt
AL
4 Republican Yes
Rep. Pete Aguilar
CA
31 Democrat No
Rep. Rick Allen
GA
12 Republican Yes
Rep. Justin Amash
MI
3 Republican No
Rep. Mark Amodei
NV
2 Republican Yes
Rep. Jodey Arrington
TX
19 Republican Yes
Rep. Brian Babin
TX
36 Republican Yes
Rep. Don Bacon
NE
2 Republican Yes
Rep. Troy Balderson
OH
12 Republican Yes
Rep. Jim Banks
IN
3 Republican Yes
Rep. Lou Barletta
PA
11 Republican Yes
Rep. Andy Barr
KY
6 Republican Yes
Rep. Nanette Barragán
CA
44 Democrat No
Rep. Joe L. Barton
TX
6 Republican Yes
Rep. Karen Bass
CA
37 Democrat No
Rep. Joyce Beatty
OH
3 Democrat No
Rep. Ami Bera
CA
7 Democrat No
Rep. Jack Bergman
MI
1 Republican Yes