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  1. There's probably no such thing but Whip mods if there are any
  2. Senator Chuck Stevens Did the Senate Minority Whip just say she wouldn't stop women from having late term abortions? Senator Fowlers comments are barbaric, and what she has stated is akin to infanticide. Stating it's a "woman's right to choose what she does what she does with her body." in reference to late term abortions is sickening and these beliefs should have no place in such an august body as the United States Senate. I too call for the Senators removal from Leadership in the Democratic party and the eventual removal from the United States Senate.
  3. Senator Chuck Stevens on Partial-Birth Abortions Is Senator Fowler insinuating that a baby is not a baby until it's come to full term and been delivered? If a fetus is just a fetus then I suppose she'd have no problem with abortions at 30+ weeks. Well she may support abortions up until the child is delivered but for me a baby is anyone who at least has a heartbeat and cognitive brain functioning. Not to mention murdering anything that can feel is just barbaric as well as cruel and unusual..
  4. Tom Steyer, CNN News, Senator moments after the story leaked Senator Stevens came to your defence along with other Senators. Whomever the leak is hss apparently chosen to keep his anonymity during this process. Do you feel the source of the leak will ever become public and if he does what repurcussions should the Senator face for blatantly violating the 11th Commandment and throwing Republican Leadership under the bus?
  5. Earlier reports came out that potential Whip Chuck Stevens may only be winning his confirmation votes because of pressure and threats issued by Senate Majority Leader Allen. Senator Stevens was quick to respond to these accusations by coming to the majority leaders defense. The Senator had the following to say to the public and the press.
  6. Senator Chuck Stevens on Whip Confirmation "I feel Senator Allen is a great Senate Majority Leader and American. I would feel that way even without being chosen for Whip. I've known the Allen family for many years and I can tell you the Senators character is above reproach. Hes committed to the Republican Party and the great State of Nevada. Whomever is spreading these misrepresentations is attacking the character of not only Senator Allen and his family but the Republican Party as well and by leaking false statements to the Press and breaking the time honored 11th Commandment this person is certainly no friend of the Republican Party."
  7. Aye Nay Present/Abstain Sponsored Co-Sponsored
  8. Hear, Hear!! Mr. President, II feel by supporting this measure were only continuing to throw good money after bad I for one will refuse to raise the debt ceiling unless we also have something amended into the bill to seriously reduce government spending and see at least a 10% cut in spending across the board in the next years budget. I yield.
  9. Mr. President, I've heard others refer to the opposite party before as baby killers and while I myself have never put much stock into such things this is absolutely abhorrent. We're talking about women 4 months or more into their pregnancy when the child has a heart beat, cognitive brain functioning they have clearly had their gender revealed and had some basic motor functioning what other qualifications should a fetus have before it's considered a life and a human being? I yield in disgust.
  10. Mr. President, I move for unanimous consent. I yield.
  11. To prohibit the payment of salary to Members of Congress in the event of a Government shutdown, to direct the Congressional Budget Office to submit daily reports during the period in which a Government shutdown is in effect on the effects of the shutdown on the economy and the costs of the shutdown to taxpayers, and for other purposes. IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE Senator Stevens, Mr. O'Halleren introduced the following; A BILL To prohibit the payment of salary to Members of Congress in the event of a Government shutdown, to direct the Congressional Budget Office to submit daily reports during the period in which a Government shutdown is in effect on the effects of the shutdown on the economy and the costs of the shutdown to taxpayers, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the “Government Shutdown Accountability and Economic Report Act." SEC. 2. PROHIBITING PAY OF MEMBERS OF CONGRESS IN EVENT OF GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN. (a) Prohibition Of Pay.— (1) IN GENERAL.—If on any day during a pay period a Government shutdown is in effect, the payroll administrator of each House of Congress shall exclude from the payments otherwise required to be made with respect to that pay period for the compensation of each Member of Congress who serves in that House of Congress an amount equal to the product of— (A) an amount equal to one day’s worth of pay under the annual rate of pay applicable to the Member under section 601(a) of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 (2 U.S.C. 4501); and (B) the number of 24-hour periods during which the Government shutdown is in effect which occur during the pay period. (c) Role Of Secretary Of The Treasury.—The Secretary of the Treasury shall provide the payroll administrators of the Houses of Congress with such assistance as may be necessary to enable the payroll administrators to carry out this section. (d) Payroll Administrator Defined.—In this section, the “payroll administrator” of a House of Congress means— (1) in the case of the House of Representatives, the Chief Administrative Officer of the House of Representatives, or an employee of the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer who is designated by the Chief Administrative Officer to carry out this section; and (2) in the case of the Senate, the Secretary of the Senate, or an employee of the Office of the Secretary of the Senate who is designated by the Secretary to carry out this section. (e) Member Of Congress Defined.—In this section, the term “Member of Congress” means an individual serving in a position under subparagraph (A), (B), or (C) of section 601(a) of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 (2 U.S.C. 4501). SEC. 3. REPORTS BY CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE ON ECONOMIC COSTS AND COSTS TO TAXPAYERS OF GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN. Not later than 24 hours after each day on which a Government shutdown is in effect, the Director of the Congressional Budget Office shall submit a report to Congress containing information on each of the following, based on the most recent information available to the Director: (1) An estimate of the economic output lost on that day as the result of the Government shutdown. (2) An estimate of any decrease in gross domestic product for the quarter that will occur as the result of the Government shutdown. (3) The value of any assistance, including loans, grants, and contracts, that the Small Business Administration was unable to provide as the result of the Government shutdown. (4) The amount of any revenue for the National Park Service that was lost on that day as the result of the closure of National Park Service lands and historic sites. (5) An estimate of revenue lost on that day because of the effects of the Government shutdown on tourism and travel to and within the United States, including travel by foreign tourists. SEC. 4. DETERMINATION OF GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN. For purposes of this Act, a Government shutdown shall be considered to be in effect if there is a lapse in appropriations for any Federal agency or department as a result of a failure to enact a regular appropriations bill or continuing resolution. PES: This bill prohibits Members of Congress from being paid salaries during a pay period in which a government shutdown is in effect. For the purpose of this bill, a government shutdown is considered to be in effect if there is a lapse in appropriations for any federal agency or department as a result of a failure to enact a regular appropriations bill or continuing resolution. If a government shutdown occurs congressional salaries must be withheld during the shutdown and released to Members of Congress at the end of the Congress, During a government shutdown, the Congressional Budget Office must submit specified reports to Congress regarding the costs and economic effects of the shutdown.
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