Florida Congressional District 22

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Representative Lois Frankel (D) (web)
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Capitol Address:
US House of Representatives
1037 Longworth House Office Building
Washington DC 20510-0001
(202) 225-9890 (phone)
(202) 226-3944 (fax)
District Address:
2500 N. Military Trail, Suite 490
Boca Raton FL 33431
(561) 998-9045 (phone)
(561) 998-9048 (fax)

Born May 16, 1948, New York City, NY; BA, Boston University, 1970; JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 1973; Law Clerk, Honorable David Norman, Washington, DC, 1973-1974; Assistant Public Defender, West Palm Beach, 1974-1978; Partner, Searcy, Denney, Scarola, Barnhart and Shipley, 1978-1994; Partner, Ricci, Hubbard, Leopold, Frankel, 1990-Present; Florida State House of Representatives, 1986-1992, 1994-2002; Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District 23, 1992; Mayor, West Palm Beach, 2003-2011; Representative, United States House of Representatives, 2013-present.

House of Representative Voting Records 113th Congress
Description Preferred Position This official's vote compared with the preferred position
On H.R.45: Passage of the bill that would repeal the 2010 health care overhaul law; which requires most individuals to buy health insurance by 2014, makes changes to government health care programs and sets requirements for health insurers. It also would repeal provisions pertaining to the Independent Payment Advisory Board. The bill would restore the provisions of law amended or repealed by the health care overhaul and would repeal certain provisions of the health care reconciliation law. Y Voted AGAINST the preferred position
On H.R.3: Passage of the bill that would declare that a presidential permit is not required for approval of the Keystone XL pipeline’s northern route from the Canadian border through Nebraska. Under the bill, environmental-impact statements issued to date would be considered sufficient to satisfy all requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act and the National Historic Preservation Act, and the Interior Department and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers would be deemed to have granted all the necessary permits. The bill would grant the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia exclusive jurisdiction regarding pipeline legal disputes. Claims would have to be brought within 60 days of the action that gives rise to the claim. As amended, the bill would require TransCanada to submit its oil spill response plan and any updates to the governors of each state where the pipeline operates. Y Voted AGAINST the preferred position
On H.R.1582: Passage of the bill that would prohibit the EPA from finalizing energy-related regulations estimated to cost more than $1 billion if the Energy Department determines that the rule would cause significant adverse effects to the economy. If the EPA determines that a proposed regulation would cost more than $1 billion, it would have to submit a report to Congress and the Energy Department. As amended, the bill would require the EPA to make publically available all data and documents relied upon by the agency to develop estimates of a rule’s benefits. Y Voted AGAINST the preferred position
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- Did Not Vote A Absent
T Paired Vote Z Presiding
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